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For the past two seasons, which culminated in State 4A titles, Liam Lloyd has been a complementary piece to all-everything Anton Watson at Gonzaga Prep. Now, it’s unquestionably his team.
Gonzaga Prep’s Anton Watson, who guided the Bullpups to a second consecutive State 4A title last week, was named “Mr. Basketball” for Washington.
SWX's Taylor Brooks talks with Gonzaga Prep's Anton Watson and Matty McIntyre as they look forward to repeating as Washington State's 4A champions.
A league title. A state championship. Tournament MVP. State player of the year. Signed commitment to the beloved hometown Division I basketball program. What’s next for Gonzaga Prep’s Anton Watson?
To hear former Shadle Park basketball coach Tim Gaebe tell it, his 38-year coaching career was centered around luck.
In the space of about 40 seconds midway through the first quarter, Sam Lockett and Anton Watson both pulled off a pair of steals leading to fast-break dunks and Gonzaga Prep went on to cruise past Shadle Park 76-48 in a Greater Spokane League matchup.
It doesn’t take a scout with 30 years of experience to realize that Gonzaga Prep’s Anton Watson is something special.
TACOMA – At some point, Matty McIntyre thought tired legs would set in for Richland.
Kea Vargas thought the shot was good from the moment he let it go.
The Bullpups put the defensive clamps on the Hornets, who had what little bit of sting in them distinguished during a 21-minute drought between baskets at the Tacoma Dome.
The Central Valley girls basketball team, reigning State 4A champs and winners of 52 straight games, are heavily favored to repeat.
Gonzaga Prep sophomore sensation Anton Watson isn’t a super hero. When Watson is out of the game, though, the Bullpups are mortal – a much different team than when the 6-foot-7 forward is flying around dunking, swatting and scoring baskets, many times at will.
Central Valley’s triangle-and-two defense was designed to limit the Greater Spokane League’s leading scorer, Anton Watson, and Gonzaga Prep point guard Kea Vargas.
As his players cut downs the nets celebrating a second straight Greater Spokane League boys basketball championship Tuesday, Gonzaga Prep coach Matty McIntyre put the moment in perspective.
Defending their Greater Spokane League boys basketball championship was more important to the Gonzaga Bullpups than avenging their lone loss.
If it works the first time, you might as well try it again the second time around.
Sean Mallon has made his presence known in a big way at his alma mater.
The Bullpups suffocated 6-foot-9 Shadle Park senior Tanner Groves, the reigning Greater Spokane League most valuable player, and were efficient offensively as visiting Gonzaga Prep cruised past the Highlanders 53-38 Tuesday.
TACOMA – Matty McIntyre knew his team wouldn’t panic Saturday afternoon. What the Gonzaga Prep boys basketball coach didn’t know, though, was how much fuel was left in his Bullpups’ tanks.
TACOMA – The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team expected to be playing for a state championship. So the Bullpups aren’t going to settle for a moral victory. Not when they were on the cusp of pulling the off the biggest upset of the season.