The Renton Indians boys basketball advanced to the district semifinals.
The boys beat Foss 67-62 Thursday.
The semifinals game against North Kitsap was played Feb. 15.
The Indians lost the matchup 57-49 to North Kitsap.
The loss advanced Renton to a seeding game against Fife. The boys lost 77-68, securing Renton as the No. 4 team entering regionals.
In a loser out game, Renton will face Mark Morris at 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Tumwater High School.
If the Indians win, the boys will play again Feb. 27.
The girls basketball team will also enter regionals in the No. 4 spot.
The Indians went 2-2 at districts winning its first two matchups.
The girls beat Kingston 63-57 Feb. 7 in the first round and beat Foster 53-45 Feb. 14.
Renton lost 52-41 in the semifinals to Port Angeles.
In the seeding game, the Indians lost 46-45 to North Kitsap.
In a loser out game, the Indians will face Burlington-Edison 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23 at Everett Community College in the regionals round of state.
The Eagles season ended two games into the districts tournament.
The boys lost 83-51 in the first round to North Kitsap and fell 53-42 to Olympic in a loser out game.
The Eagles girls season also ended two games into the districts tournament.
Lindbergh lost Feb. 7 to Sequim 47-28.
In a loser out game, the Eagles lost 52-49 to Franklin Pierce Feb. 15.
The Highlanders season ended with a 66-64 loss to Todd Beamer Jan. 31 in the North Puget Sound League tournament.
The Highlanders advance to regionals as the No. 7 seed following its run during districts.
The girls beat Curtis 44-43 Feb. 7 in the opening round of districts.
Hazen lost its second game Feb. 13 to Camas 58-33.
In a loser out game Feb. 14 the Highlanders beat Skyview 46-43 before losing 47-36 to Rogers (Puyallup) Feb. 15.
To end districts in a loser out, winner to state game the Highlanders beat Thomas Jefferson 63-54.
The state tournament begins with the regionals round 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Puyallup High School with a loser out game against Curtis.
The Patriots advance to regionals in the No. 4 spot in District 1/2.
The boys began districts with a bye week and lost its first game 58-55 against Burlington-Edison Feb. 14.
On Feb. 15 the Patriots beat Bellingham 70-51 to keep its season alive.
Liberty beat Sehome 80-73 Feb. 16 to advance to a seeding game against Burlington-Edison.
The Patriots fell 64-44, securing the No. 4 spot.
Liberty will face Steilacoom 8 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 22 at Mount Tahoma High School in the regionals round of state.
The Patriots season ended after a 52-48 loss Feb. 15 to Bellingham High School during districts.
The girls won its first districts game 44-38 over Sehome Feb. 7 before losing 55-34 to Anacortes Feb. 14.