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PHOTOS: State B 2014

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State B 2014! It has such a lovely ring to it! 

The small towns have come to Spokane as they do every year to battle it out on the hardwood for State B supremacy. 

While most of the action is on the court, a lot of what makes State B so much fun is all the fans who come to cheer on their kids, grand kids, students, brothers, sisters... whatever! 

We've compiled a few photos from both the stands and the court into one big slideshow. 

If you have pictures you'd like to submit, send them to pix@khq.com or post them on our Facebook page, either KHQ Local News or SWX Right Now!

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