4A Mid-Columbia Conference: All four teams make the District 5 tournament and Richland, as the No. 1 seed, has already clinched a spot in the District 5/8 tournament.
Pasco and Walla Walla are tied for the No. 2 seed and if form holds, both will win Friday. The teams split their head-to-head meetings, meaning quality wins then is the tiebreaker.
Both were swept by Kamiakin and Richland, while Pasco has a win over Hanford. The Falcons swept the Blue Devils, so if Pasco and Walla Walla are tied after Friday, Pasco will get the No. 2 seed.
3A Mid-Columbia Conference: Kamiakin has locked in the No. 1 seed and Hanford has the No. 2 seed, meaning both will host Greater Spokane League teams in the elimination round of the District 5/8 Tournament.
Sunnyside, which is seeded based on winning percentage compared to Mid-Col teams, is on track to be the No. 3 seed. The Grizzlies have one more win than Southridge and two more than Kennewick.
Sunnyside has three games left, while the Tri-Cities schools have two. If the Grizzlies win two of those games they face winless in league Eisenhower and fourth-place Moses Lake then they will have the No. 3 seed and a game in Spokane.
That means Kennewick and Southridge would square off in a play-in game with the winner traveling to Spokane to face the GSLs No. 1 seed in another elimination game.
CWAC 2A: The top six teams move onto the District 5/6/7 tournament and with four games to play, West Valley and Wapato have clinched.
Ellensburg is in third and will clinch a spot with a win and a Prosser loss, while Grandview, East Valley and Ephrata are in the fourth-through-sixth spots presently.
SCAC East: The top four teams advance to the District 5 tournament against the SCAC West. Kiona-Benton and River View have locked up berths, while Columbia (Burbank) and Connell are close.
The Coyotes and Eagles are two games ahead of Royal, and the Knights still have a game left against Kiona-Benton.
Southeast 2B: Four teams advance to the District 7/9 tournament, and Asotin, Tri-Cities Prep and DeSales are all through in the top three spots. Dayton needs a win or a Waitsburg-Prescott loss to earn a playoff bid. W-P has games against DeSales and WWVA, which is winning the league but doesnt participate in the playoffs.
Southeast 1B: The top six teams advance to the District 9 tournament, and Garfield-Palouse, LaCrosse-Washtucna/Kahlotus, Pomeroy and Colton have all clinched.
Rosalia needs one win and it is through, while Touchet and Liberty Christian are tied for the final spot.
The Patriots (6-12 overall) have games remaining against Tekoa-Oakesdale (3-15 overall) and Rosalia. Touchet faces Pomeroy and Tekoa-Oakesdale. The Patriots and Indians split their regular-season meetings, so they would have a play-in game Tuesday at a neutral site.