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Keylie Hershey scored 22 points to lead the top-seeded Lions to a 60-38 victory over West Valley on Saturday at the Yakima Valley SunDome.
For the second night in a row, the West Valley girls kept fans at the Yakima Valley SunDome on the edge of their seats until the final seconds.
The Great Northern League and the Northeast A League have to join with other leagues in order to reach state. This year, it was tough getting through the glue for the local teams.
The All-Great Northern League post was named to the Associated Press all-state honorable mention team after helping lead the Bantams to an 18-9 record and fourth-place finish at the State 2A tournament in Yakima, where Clarkston went 3-1.
Trevon Allen is bent low, maintaining a dribble about eight inches off the court. His eyes are forward, looking, looking while a Montana State defender looms over him.
West Valley graduated 19 players off a team that posted a 22-3 record over the last two years – a ton of talent for any program.
It isn’t how you start, but how you finish, and East Valley girls basketball star Genesis Wilkinson is proof of the adage.
Prep roundup: Micaela Verdal found the net in the 17th minute and the East Valley Knights held on for a 1-0 victory over the Clarkston Bantams in the District 7 2A championship match on Wednesday at Gonzaga Prep High School.
Tournament MVP Trevon Allen’s free throw with 2 seconds remaining Saturday gave Clarkston all the margin it needed and the Bantams edged past Shorecrest 60-59 to win their second consecutive State 2A boys title.
YAKIMA – Needing a spark to separate themselves from Squalicum on Friday night and win their way into the boys State 2A title game, the Clarkston Bantams went the long route. The Bantams hit seven of their nine 3-pointers in the second half, blowing a close game open and knocking off the Storm 73-51 in a semifinal at the Yakima SunDome.
There’s at least one thing Clarkston boys basketball coach Justin Jones is sure of when his Bantams are in Yakima this weekend for the State 2A basketball tournament. There will be time spent at a bowling alley.