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Friday Harbor finishes hoop season among Class 2B’s top 16

Kalama ousted Friday Harbor 62-43 in a 2019 Class 2B State Regional contest Saturday, Feb. 23 at Tumwater High School. The Wolverines (15-8) finish their season among Class 2B’s top 16. The Chinooks (15-9) advance to final-12 Hardwood Classic action in Spokane Feb. 27 to March 2.


Marshall Clark for two points.  John Stimpson photo

The Chinooks, who finished tied for third in the District 4 Tournament, went up 28-22 over the Wolverines at the half and increased their lead to 13 points in the third quarter. Friday Harbor, the Tri-District champion, cut that margin to six points mid-way in the final period, but Kalama stemmed the rally by canning a couple three-pointers.

Kyle Mapstead scores the first two points of the game. John Stimpson photo

Chase Wilson shoots a three from the corner. John Stimpson photo 

Friday Harbor senior Marshal Clark slammed down a pair of dunks and led all scorers with 18. The Wolverines’ other scorers were: senior Kyle Mapstead 8, junior Ethan Germain 5, senior Chase Wilson 4, senior Lucas Chevalier 3, junior Gavin Mason 2, junior Teagan August 2 and sophomore Kyson Jackson 1.

Senior Max Ross paced the Chinooks with 14. Senior Alex Dyer and freshman Jackson Esary pitched in 12 apiece.

Kalama next faces Toutle Lake (16-8) on Feb. 27 in the Spokane Arena.


Gavin Mason drives toward the basket.  John Stimpson photo


Teagan"Big Mac" August secures a rebound. John Stimpson photo

Kyson Jackson and Kyle Mapstead apply defensive pressure. John Stimpson photo


Marshall Clark blocks an attempted shot. John Stimpson photo

 Lucas Chevalier brings the ball down court. John Stimpson photo


Marshall Clark slam dunks amidst several defenders. John Stimpson photo


Cheer Squad keeps spirits high.   John Stimpson photo

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