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Lynden Christian Girls, Chelan Boys Win Crowns

State 1A

Tessa DeBoer scored four points in the final 15 seconds and Lynden Christian (24-4) edged King’s (23-4) 45-42 Saturday in the State 1A girls championship basketball game at the Tacoma Dome Saturday.

First, DeBoer scored on a putback to give Lynden Christian a 43-42 lead.

After the Knights’ Heather Reichmann missed a shot from the top of the key with 4 seconds left, DeBoer was fouled and sank both free throws.

Lynden Christian 45, King’s 42

Ly. Christ. 10 8 11 16 -45

King’s 13 8 10 11 -42

LYNDEN CHRISTIAN - Eshuis 13, De Haan 5, DeBoer 15, Korthuis 2, Wynstra 8, Timmer 0, Spoelstra 0, Sterk 2.

KING’S - Burk 8, Teeple 5, Dreewes 10, Reichmann 11, Hiemstra 6, Konsmo 2, Remington 0.

Toledo 48, Ocosta 45

Sarah Miller had 18 points and seven steals to help the Indians (23-4) notch a victory over Ocosta for third place.

Liberty Bell 59, Warden 44

Jennifer Paluck scored 27 points to lead the Mountain Lions (25-2) to a win over the Cougars (15-12) for fourth place.

Okanogan 33, Tonasket 32

Naomi Peasley’s 3-point basket with one second left gave the Bulldogs a victory and fifth place.

Widman on all-tourney team

Colfax’s Laura Widman was named to the all-tournament second team.

Boys

Chelan 43, Seattle Christian 27

With 19 points, Phil Cullen, the tournament MVP, led Chelan to a 43-27 victory over Seattle Christian Saturday night in the state Class 1A boys championship basketball game at the Tacoma Dome.

Chelan 11 8 9 15 43

Se. Christ. 7 7 2 11 27

CHELAN (43) - Lucas Dobbs 16, Ryan Waller, Robert Johnson 4, Phil Cullen 19, B.J. Mitchell 2, Justin Barnhart, Clint Jespersen, Josh Rogge, Hector Rodriguez, Jeff Barnhart, Jordan Miller 2, Wes Rush.

SEATTLE CHRISTIAN (27) - Jake Fletcher 5, Dan Steele 10, Casey Bell 2, Vip Brass 2, Matt Alvis 6, Chris Pattison, Nate Lindseth, Jacob Litowitz, Kyle Jensen 2.

Lynden Christian 64, Highland 62

Greg Dykstra scored 32 points to lead Lynden Christian to third place.

Cashmere 65, Cle Elum 58

Jake Kerns scored 20 points to lead Cashmere to fourth place.

Toledo 54, Toutle Lake 50

Jim Netteland scored 16 points to help Toledo earn fifth place.



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