Posted On: 03/1/19 7:22 PM

The 3A semi-final game between (1) Prairie and (4) Kamiakin has been a long awaited matchup all season. The Kamiakin Braves spent the winter pounding on schools in the Tri-Cities area, while Prairie set the standard in the Vancouver, WA area. Both teams entered the game with state championship aspirations and the winner would be one step closer to that season long goal.

Prairie jumped out to an early lead executing in the half court and feeding 2019 6'3 F Brooke Walling. 2020 5'11 G Kendyl Carson had some nice drives and 2019 5'8 G Cassidy Gardner handled the point with supreme confidence as she has done all year. Midway through the quarter Kamiakin finally got some shots to fall and that meant they could set up their full court press. Kamiakin would go on a late quarter run and end up leading 15-13 after one. 2019 6'0 SF Oumou Toure started finishing inside at a higher rate in the second quarter and when she gets rolling, she is very difficult to stop. The Butler signee is probably the best scorer inside of 5 feet in the entire state due to her athleticism and brute strength. 2019 6'0 F Symone Brown

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