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4A basketball tournament dream team

A look at five girls and five boys to keep an eye on at Class 4A basketball tournament.


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boys

Tramaine Isabell, Garfield

6-1, Sr., guard, 24 points per game

Washington State signee is able to shoot from anywhere on the court.

Jason Todd, Jackson

6-5, Sr., guard, 17 ppg

Excels at all areas of the game. Will play at Portland next year.

Jawan Stepney, Kentridge

6-3, Sr., guard, 20 ppg

Dynamic guard who can distribute as well as score.

Nathan Streufert, Richland

6-7, Sr., forward, 19 ppg

Able to do everything on both sides of the ball at a high level.

Bogdan Bliznyuk, Beamer

6-5, Sr., forward, 20 ppg

Is able to score in the paint or from beyond the arc.

girls

Brittany McPhee, Mount Rainier

6-0, Sr., forward, 27.0 points per game

State’s most complete player wants a state title before heading to Stanford.

Otiona Gildon, Gonzaga Prep

6-0, Jr., post, 15.2 ppg

GSL player of the year is athletically gifted and thrives as a go-to player.

De’ja Strother, Inglemoor

6-4, Jr., post, 15.3 ppg

UW commit is a matchup nightmare who can catch and finish with the best.

Aubrey Ward-El, Skyview

5-9, Sr., guard, 18.0 ppg

When Storm needs a basket, San Diego-bound scorer finds a way to get it.

Mikayla Pivec, Lynnwood

5-10, So., wing, 14.9 ppg

Ultra-athletic, the versatile Pivec can score, rebound and play all five positions.

Joshua Liebeskind and Sandy Ringer



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