SPOKANE, Wash. — The four Class B state tournaments of the Hardwood Classic had it all.
There were Cinderalla stories, record breaking performances and moments that'll make you say, "They did what?"
5. LIBERTY UPSETS TOP SEEDED WAHKIAKUM
Liberty High School girls basketball knocked off number one wahkiakum in the 2B semifinals.
The thing we remember most about that one was kendyl fletcher raining in threes in the second quarter.
Wahkiakum had been nearly undefeated coming into the hardwood classic. Their only loss was against 1B powerhouse Colton on the road by just two points.
4. SAINT GEORGES GIRLS BASKETBALL WAS THE CINDERELLA
Basketball, tournament time,we needed a Cinderella story.
The 12th seeded Saint Georges High School girls played the part by beating ilwaco in the first round of the 2B bracket.
The bracket busting dragons had a slow start to the season. But they came into state winning nine of its last ten games, earning its way into the tournament, then getting the upset.
3. BROCK RAVET SHOWED THE CROWD HIS RAZZLE DAZZLE
Kittitas guard and Gonzaga commit Brock Ravet was spectacular.
There is a reason he set the Washington state scoring record. He's just tough to guard.
He had 40 points in the state semifinal against Brewster. Not only that, but he can pass so well.
There were a lot of eyes on him throughout the tournament and he led his team to the 2-b state title.
2. ODESSA'S RYAN MOFFET WENT BONKERS IN THE FIRST ROUND
Odessa High School's Ryan Moffet went bonkers against Neah Bay High School in the first round of the 2B boys tournament.
He had 48 points on 15 made field goals. Both were 1B state tournament records.
Moffet and Odessa got bounced by eventual champs Sunnyside Christian in the quarterfinals.
1. COLTON'S COMEBACK CLINCHES THE STATE TITLE
The Colton girls dominated all season long.
They won six games by 50 points this year.
Well in the 1B state tournament title game against Pomeroy they found themselves down 16 at halftime. They turned it around in the second half thanks to Emily Schultheis,. Dakota Patchen and Jordyn Moehrle.
The Wildcats overcame that deficit and won their 10th title in 11 years.