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Lauryn Madsen, Warden girls basketball and UC Irvine signee, class of 2024Girls Basketball'Silent killer' Lauryn Madsen certainly proved she belongs on biggest basketball stageAll-state performer from 2B program Warden was unstoppable at 30th Northwest Shootout with game-high seven 3-pointers and 21 points in Team Washington's victoryBy Todd Milles, SBLive SportsWaFd Bank Athlete of the WeekBaseballVote now: Who should be the WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the Week (4/15/24)?Read through the nominees and cast your vote now! By Todd Milles, SBLive SportsWashington AOW, April 1-April 6 - Emmalee Mohr, Richland softballSoftballRichland softball player Emmalee Mohr voted WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the WeekCongratulations to Bombers' sophomore for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Washington High School Athlete of the Week for April 1-April 6!By Todd Milles, SBLive Sports
Boys BasketballBig games by Jacob Cofie, Trevor Hennig not enough in Team Washington's loss at Northwest ShootoutWashington duo goes off for 30 points apiece, but Oregon seniors control all-star game with 105-98 win in PortlandBy Todd Milles, SBLive SportsVote for the SBLive Sports Athlete of the WeekSoftballVote: Who should be SBLive’s National High School Girls Athlete of the Week? (4/15/2024)Read up on the top performers across the country last week and pick the best of the bestBy Bob LundebergKatie Fiso, Oregon signee at 2024 Northwest ShootoutGirls BasketballDevin Coppinger, Katie Fiso lead Team Washington to runaway Northwest Shootout basketball victoryCoppinger, the game's most valuable player, scores 21 points as the Washington all-stars leave Oregon with a 101-80 victoryBy Todd Milles, SBLive SportsBoys BasketballNike Hoop Summit 2024: Cooper Flagg powers USA past World in 25th anniversary of all-star basketball eventThe Duke commit and Naismith and Gatorade national player of the year has a team-high 19 points in 98-75 winBy René Ferrán
Girls BasketballNike Hoop Summit 2024: USA edges World in game that showcases continued growth of women’s basketballJoyce Edwards (South Carolina) and Kennedy Smith (USC) help lead the charge as USA comes from behind for an 83-80 win in Portland, OregonBy René Ferrán