HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Sequim and Neah Bay boys earn state berths
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The Wolves survived a late rally to beat the Hockinson Hawks 51-48 at Kent-Meridian High School.
The Red Devils, meanwhile, whipped Waterville 76-44 at Lynnwood High School in Bothell.
Sequim will be playing in the 2A state tournament at the Yakima Valley SunDome, while Neah Bay will head to the 1B tournament at Spokane Arena.
The two teams will find out their opponents when the state draws are announced Sunday afternoon.
The Port Angeles and Neah Bay girls both fell a game short of state by losing in regionals on Friday night.
The Roughriders lost to Cedarcrest 49-38 at Lynden High School, and the Red Devils were beaten by Pateros 58-43 at Eastmont High School in Wenatchee.
Last modified: February 23. 2013 11:19PM