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BOYS BASKETBALL:

Kamiakin 58, Kennedy 47; Davis 79, Bothell 45; White River 67, Ellensburg 65 OT; Zillah 41, Toledo 38; Lynden Christian 47, Granger 46; Cascade Christian 54, Naches Valley 37; Toutle Lake 62, Dayton 51; Valley Christian 47, Sunnyside Christian 40; Almira-Coulee 50, Moses Lake Christian 38.

GIRLS BASKETBALL:

Franklin 64, Kamiakin 51; East Valley 32, WF West 31; Freeman 55, Granger 48; Adna 47, Riverside Christian 42; Sunnyside Christian 50, Cusick 45; White Swan 49, Pe Ell 47.

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