Tyson Degenhart scored 19 points and 15th-seeded Mt. Spokane (18-6) upset No. 10 seed Marysville-Pilchuck (19-5) 72-67 in a 3A regional on Saturday at North Creek High School.
Jerry Twenge added 18 points and JT Smith scored 17 for the Wildcats.
Mt. Spokane advances to a state first-round elimination game on Wednesday against second-seeded O’Dea (23-4), which was upset 77-67 in a regional match against Rainier Beach.
Raequan Battle netted 30 points to lead the Tomahawks.
Foss 56, Pullman 44: Micah Pollard scored 17 points and the No. 3 seed Falcons (20-4) topped the sixth-seeded Greyhounds (19-3) at Mt. Tahoma HS in Tacoma.
Foss moves to a state quarterfinal on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. at the Yakima SnuDome. Pullman faces Renton in an elimination game on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.
Jake Wells led Pullman with 19 points and Zane Wilson added 12.
Liberty (Issaquah) 60, West Valley 55: Jake Elfstrom scored 27 points and the 13th-seeded Patriots (20-4) eliminated the No. 12 seed Eagles (16-9) at University HS.
Liberty faces a state elimination game on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.
Cletis Hydrink led West Valley with 23 points and Collin Sather added 14.
North Kitsap 68, Cheney 50: The No. 9 seed Vikings (20-4) eliminated the 16th-seeded Blackhawks (10-14) at Rogers HS in Puyallup.
North Kitsap faces a state elimination game on Wednesday at 9 p.m.
Lynden Christian 91, Newport 71: Colson Bajema scored 29 points and the No. 1-seeded Lyncs (23-1) handled the eighth-seeded Grizzlies (17-7) at Mt. Vernon HS.
Lynden Christian reaches a state quarterfinal game on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Yakima SunDome. Newport faces an elimination game on Wednesday at 2 p.m. against King’s.
Adam Moorhead led Newport with 19 points and Danny Bradbury added 13.
St. George’s 72, Toutle Lake 48: Ben Adams scored 28 points and the second-seeded Dragons (24-0) defeated the No. 7 seed Ducks (19-7) at University HS.
St. George’s advances to play a state quarterfinal on Thursday at 9 pm at the Spokane Arena.
Cam Swanson had 14 points to lead Toutle Lake, which faces an elimination game on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Liberty 45, Toledo 42: Thomas Redder scored 15 points and the sixth-seeded Lancers (21-3) edged the No. 3 seed Indians (21-5) at W.F. West HS in Chehalis.
Jawuan Nave made a pair of free throws with 9 seconds left to give Liberty the lead. Redder made a pair with 1 second remaining to seal it.
Liberty advances to a state quarterfinal on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. Toledo faces an elimination game on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.
Brandon Holling added 11 points and 13 rebounds for Liberty while Reece Wallace paced Toledo with 14 points.
Colfax 78, Crosspoint 33: Carson Cloaninger scored 21 points and the No. 11 seed Bulldogs (19-6) routed the 14th-seeded Warriors (13-8) at Pullman HS.
Colfax faces a state elimination game against Toledo on Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.
Cal Gregory added 17 for Colfax while Caleb Berquist and Jaydon Soncarty had 12 apiece.
Grant Baker led Crosspoint with 12 points.
Odessa 55, Cedar Park Christian 41: Ryan Moffet scored 37 points and the sixth-seeded Tigers (23-3) defeated the No. 3 seed Lions (26-2) at North Creek HS.
Odessa advances to a state quarterfinal on Thursday at 12:15 p.m. at the Spokane Arena. Cedar Park Christian faces an elimination game against Tulalip Heritage on Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Erwin Weary led CPC with 12 points.
Mt. Rainier Lutheran 57, Garfield-Palouse 55: Adam Bailey scored 21 points and the 13th-seeded Hawks (18-10) eliminated the No. 12 seed Vikings (18-6) at Pullman HS.
Mt. Rainier Lutheran faces Pomeroy in an elimination game on Wednesday at 12:15 p.m.
Blake Jones led Gar-Pal with 17 points, Ely Hawkins added 13 and Tanner Anderson had 10.
Boise 77, Lake City 51: Paul Pennington and Cole Alton scored 17 points apiece and the Hawks (22-3) eliminated the Timberwolves (13-12) in a 5A State play-in game at Grangeville HS.
James Carlson led Lake City with 20 points and Nic McCartin added 14.
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