Boys basketball: Kamiakin's Clyde scores 13 in WIBCA all-state game

March 16, 2013 


Kamiakin’s Cooper Clyde scored 13 points for the Class 3A team in the big school all-state basketball game in Tacoma on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough as his team lost 108-107 to Class 4A.


Class 3A led 64-54 at halftime but couldn’t hold on.


Class 2A beat Class 1A 92-83, and Class 2B beat Class 1B 94-89.


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Class 4A 108, Class 3A 107


CLASS 4A — Berger 14, Dawn 10, Lee 7, Robinson 13, Callendret 10, Meikle 9, Tucker 7, Copp 8, Rehkow 5, Williams 25.


CLASS 3A — Cooper Clyde (Kamiakin) 13, Fernandez 7, Hennings 4, Bailey 5, Dorsey 12, Fletcher 20, Johnson 13, Ball 13, Hawkinson 12, Rasmussen 8.


Class 4A 27 27 27 27 — 108

Class 3A 32 32 22 21 — 107


Class 2A 92, Class 1A 83


CLASS 1A — Rakoz 5, Shier 7, Taylor 6, Amsel 6, Reimer 4, Slack 4, Trafelet 10, McElroy 11, Scholten 4, Spencer 17, Wall 9.


CLASS 2A — Brill 2, Langerveld 12, Shine 30, Wade 16, Brocklesby 6, Peake 6, Wallace 10, Strock 5, Yost 5.


Class 1A 20 16 30 17 — 83

Class 2A 22 31 16 23 — 92


Class 2B 94, Class 1B 89


CLASS 1B — Findley 11, Kidd 10, Broersma 9, Cline 6, Howell 6, Kieffer 11, Brouwer 9, Eun 3, Irias 4, Kirkwood 4.


CLASS 2B — Carte-Bisbee 8, Blix 5, Morgan 2, Ellis 13, Howlett 11, Novak 20, Garrett 12, Likkel 13, Zurfluh 10.


Class 1B 20 24 25 20 — 89

Class 2B 19 29 19 27 — 94

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