Thirty-two teams from across the state of Washington converge on Spokane beginning Thursday for the annual State B high school basketball tournament.
The games begin Thursday morning with the girls from Bear Creek and Reardan. Reardan has made it back to state on the back of Kelsey Moos, the daughter of Washington State Director of Athletics, Bill Moos.
The boys from Valley Christian are also making an appearance in this year's tournament. They play against defending state 1B champion Sunnyside Christian at 9 a.m.
And the girls from Colton are seeking their fourth straight state championship. They play at 3:45 p.m. against Neah Bay.