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Boys regionals: Mac Isaak scores 33 points and Almira/Coulee-Hartline advances

From staff reports

Mac Isaak scored 33 points, Payton Nielsen added 20 and Almira/Coulee-Hartline (22-2) beat Neah Bay (18-4) 79-72 in a double-overtime thriller in a 1B regional game on Saturday at Mount Tahoma HS.

The Warriors advance to the State 1B tournament on Thursday at the Arena.

ACH used a 13-10 fourth-quarter run to force overtime.

Charlie Hunt hit a buzzer-beater at the end of the first overtime, and came through again with 30 seconds left in the second OT with a big 3-point field goal that sent ACH up by 3. Hunt finished with eight points.

Isaak followed with a steal and lay-in and ACH hit its free throws down the stretch. Isaak went 5 of 6 from the line in the second overtime.

Cole Svec tallied 18 points to lead Neah Bay on the night.

Pomeroy 57, Muckleshoot Tribal 40: Jake Tewalt scored 21 points and the Pirates (20-2) defeated Muckleshoot Tribal (14-4) in a 1B regional matchup at Puyallup HS.

Pomeroy advances to the State 1B tournament on Thursday at the Arena.

The Pirates raced out to a 25-14 lead after the first quarter and pulled away with an 18-5 fourth.

Ryan Thompson and Darius Nichols led Muckleshoot Tribal with nine points apiece.

Pullman 81: North Kitsap 57: Jared Anderson scored 22 points, Jacob Wells added 21 and the Greyhounds (20-5) beat the Vikings (17-4) in a 2A regional game at Cheney HS.

Pullman advances to the State 2A tournament in Yakima and will play on Thursday at 12:15 p.m.

Pullman, ranked fourth in state 2A in the final WIAA RPI ratings, raced out to a 27-11 lead after the first quarter and were never really threatened. A 21-11 third-quarter run allowed the Greyhounds to pull away.

Isiah Strong scored 11 points and Mike Peterson added 10 for Pullman.

North Kitsap was led by Kai Warren with 15 points.

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