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There were many outstanding high school boys and girls basketball performances across the state of Washington in district tournaments last week. Here is a collection of those that stood above the pack between Feb. 14 and Feb. 20. Names are in alphabetical order.

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PAST WEEKS: JAN. 17-23 | JAN. 31-FEB. 5 | JAN. 31-FEB. 6| FEB.6-13


Raymond's Kyra Gardner, Washington State commit.

Raymond's Kyra Gardner, Washington State commit.

Ashne’a Anderson, Colville (1A)

The senior wing had a game-high 26 points, and the Crimson Hawks handled Omak to earn the last spot to the 1A state tournament, reports the Spokesman-Review.

Brooke Beresford, Woodinville (4A)

Seniors Tatum Thompson and Veronica Sheffey get a lot of the attention, but it was the junior wing who dominated most with 16 points, nine rebounds and six blocked shots as the No. 1 Falcons beat Lake Stevens for the district crown.

Alyson Deaver, Sumner (4A)

The Dixie State signee dominated the WCD semifinal game against Camas with a game-high 29 points (22 in the first half), then had 15 points in leading the Spartans to the district title over Emerald Ridge.

Kylee Fox, Richland (4A)

The two-time MCC player of the year scored 21 points in the Bombers’ district semifinal upset of No. 2 Pasco, then had 22 points in the title-winning showdown with Chiawana. He sits at 998 points for her career.

Natalie Fraley, Kelso (3A)

The Utah State signee could not be stopped - a game-high 35 points - as the Highlanders beat Auburn for the 3A WCD title.

Kyra Gardner, Raymond (2B)

The WSU signee came up big in the Southwest District title game, pouring in 38 points to leads the school to its first district championship since 1991.

Teryn Gardner, Mead (3A)

The sophomore scored a game-high 25 points, and the Panthers completed an undefeated run to the state tournament by winning the GSL/MCC crossover district title over Hermiston, reports the Spokesman-Review.

Elisa Hani, Lake Washington (3A)

Scored 26 points on 10 of 12 shooting and six boards in a 3A SeaKing district consolation win over West Seattle.

Isabella Lund, Tumwater (2A)

The combo guard led the Thunderbirds with 17 points, including three first-quarter 3-pointers, as Tumwater beat Hudson’s Bay to win the Southwest District title.

Taija Mackey, Pasco (3A)

The senior post player dominated the paint with 25 points in a winner-to-regional, loser-out district game as the Bulldogs sailed past Gonzaga Prep, reports the Spokesman-Review.

Rosa Smith, Lake Washington (3A)

Hit 7 of 9 3-point attempts on her way to a near-triple-double in a SeaKing district consolation win over West Seattle: 23 points, 10 boards and nine assists.

Jenna Villa, Arlington (3A)

The junior wing scored 21 points in a district semifinal win over Everett, and had 15 as the Eagles clinched the title over Stanwood.


Timberline enters the 3A regional round as the 8-seed. (Photo by Allen Thomas)

Timberline enters the 3A regional round as the 8-seed. (Photo by Allen Thomas)

TreyVaughn Bierlink, Quincy (1A)
Hit 13 3s on his way to 53 points in a district tournament game against Colville.

Dylan Darling, Central Valley (4A)
Scored 34 points and hit 14 of 15 at the line in a 61-55 win over Lewis and Clark, then had 26 in district consolation win over Richland to lead the Bears to a regional berth.

Zoom Diallo, Curtis (4A)
Scored 21 points in a comfortable district title win over Tahoma.

Wyatt Dunning, Port Angeles (2A)

Scored 28 points in a district win over Franklin-Pierce to help the Roughriders clinch its first regional berth since 2011.

DJ Edmondson, Evergreen of Vancouver (3A)
After a rocky start to the season, Edmonson led the Plainsmen — winners of eight of their last 10 games — in scoring (23 points) when it mattered most: a loser-out game against Mountain View.

Jackson Esary, Kalama (2B)
Scored 26 of the Chinooks’ 43 points in a district title win over Morton-White Pass, including a deep banked-in 3 in the final minutes. 

Giovanny Evanson, King’s Way Christian (1A)
Scored a season-high 34 points in a district loser-out matchup with Seton Catholic to send the Knights through to the regional round.

Carson Frawley, Camas (4A)
Scored 32 points, including a layup in the final seconds to force overtime, in a season-ending loss to Graham-Kapowsin.

Cade Gibson, Ellensburg (2A)
Scored 25 points — 14 in the fourth — in an eight-point win over Selah in the district tournament Tuesday.

James Grose, Napavine (2B)
Scored 29 points and pulled down 12 boards as the Tigers beat Ilwaco to secure a regional playoff berth.

Miles Gurske, Timberline (3A)
Scored 37 points, pulled down 10 boards and added five assists in a 10-point win over Kelso.

Kaden Hansen, Auburn (3A)
Scored 22 points in both the district semifinals and finals.

Brooklyn Hicks, Auburn (3A)
Finished with 20 points, 15 boards and six assists in a district championship loss to Auburn. 

Andrew Hommes, Lynden Christian (1A)
Point Loma Nazarene commit scored 26 points in an 82-53 district win over Sultan. 

Kole Hunsaker, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) (1A)

Finished with 34 points, eight assists and five boards in a loser-out district tournament win over Chelan to clinch a regional berth.

Amari Jackson, Highline (2A)
The 2A KingCo MVP finished a tremendous individual season with a strong outing: 24 points (18 in the first half) and five dimes in a district loss to Bremerton.

Lane Johnson, Adna (2B)
Sophomore scored a team-high 21 points against Toutle Lake to secure a regional berth. 

Tyran Lane, Lummi (1B)
Finished with 14 points, 18 boards and four blocks in a 68-61 district win over top-seed Crosspoint. 

Jordan Medcalf, Lynden (2A)
Hit three 3s on his way to 21 points and added nine boards to lead Lynden to (another) district championship, beating Sehome 76-49 on Friday.

Owen Moriarty, O’Dea (3A)
Scored 21 points in an overtime loss to Garfield in the Sea-King district championship.

Nick Strecker, Manson (2B)
Manson’s season might have ended in the district tournament, but Strecker, a 6-foot senior guard, went out with a bang. Had 32, 27 and 30 points last week.

Duncan Toby, Lummi (1B)
Scored 25 points, pulled down 11 boards, dished out six assists and had three steals in a 68-61 district tournament win over top-seeded Crosspoint.

Dae’Kwon Watson, Auburn (3A)
NPSL defensive MVP held Mount Tahoma’s Asjon Anderson, the 3A PCL MVP averaging more than 30 points per game, to just 10 in the district semifinals. Also added 12 points. 

Josh Wood, Graham-Kapowsin (4A)
The Fresno State-bound quarterback — SBLive’s football player of the year — can win on the hardwood, too. Scored 34 points, including key free throws late, to lead the Eagles to a loser-out upset of No. 5 Camas in the 4A District 3/4 tournament.

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