Lifestyles

District & State Basketball | pnwlocalnews.com's Photos of the Week

Normally we don't get into the whole "theme" thing, but prep basketball has so dominated our sports coverage this week that we relented. Teams from around the state wrapped up district playoffs throughout the week and kicked off the opening rounds of the state tournament.

Reporters at the Bellevue Reporter and Issaquah Reporter have been live blogging some of the games in an effort to bring the action to those of you who can't make the trip. More games will be live blogged as teams advance, so stay tuned to both papers' sports sections.

In the meantime, enjoy some of the shots our photographers have taken over the last week and vote on which is/are your favorite.

Oak Harbor girls season ends at district

Cheyenne Tubo drives the lane and scores on a scoop shot.

Jim Woolbright / Whidbey News-Times


Eastlake girls open state tourney with loss to Auburn Riverside

Eastlake guard Jess Kelly is swarmed by Auburn Riverside's Makenna Clark, left, and Kathleen Cooper. The Ravens forced the Wolves into 31 turnovers Wednesday morning in the opening round of state.

Mark Lowry / Sammamish Reporter


Lake Stevens ends Decatur's season Thursday, 59-56

Decatur High School senior Cam Schilling battles with Gonzaga Prep defenders during Wednesday's Gator loss at the Class 4A State Boys Basketball Tournament at the Tacoma Dome. The loss knocked the Gators into the consolation bracket.

Casey Olson/staff photo


Top-ranked Federal Way flies into semifinals in impressive fashion

Federal Way junior Cole Dickerson goes up for a shot during Wednesday 66-36 win over Redmond at the Class 4A State Boys Basketball Tournament at the Tacoma Dome. Dickerson finished with 12 points for the No. 1-ranked Eagles.

Casey Olson / Federal Way Mirror


Issaquah girls rally from behind to beat Jackson

Issaquah's Alexa Smith battles for the ball with Jackson's Chanel Sam (10) and Erin Feeney (11) on Wednesday night at the Tacoma Dome.

Mark Lowry / Issaquah Reporter


Beamer basketball run comes to an end, thanks to Redmond

Beamer sophomore Napa Mefi drives to the basket during Wednesday's opener-round loss to Walla Walla at the Class 4A Boys Basketball Tournament inside the Tacoma Dome. The Titans dropped both of their games in their first appearance at the state tournament, losing to Redmond Thursday.

Casey Olson / Federal Way Mirror


Basketball: Marysville-Pilchuck boys' season over after loss to Stanwood

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball season has ended.

Senior Troy Toler hit a three-pointer just before time ran out, but the Tomahawks fell 64-58 to Stanwood in a loser-out game at Jackson High School Feb. 24.

We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.
blog comments powered by Disqus