Posted On: 12/21/19 4:27 PM

The Nike Tournament of Champions has officially concluded and there was a ton of good basketball all weekend. Teams from all across the country made the trip to Arizona for the esteemed event and it gave teams a true measure of who is local good, regional good and national good. Multiple Washington teams had the courage to make the trip and play in some of the better divisions in the event. These are some of my takeaways from all that transpired.


1) Eastside Catholic's program is headed in right direction, quickly

The young and talented Crusaders came ready to compete. The team is comprised of almost all freshman and sophomores, but finished 3-1 for the event. Although they played in the third most competitive division, Eastside Catholic competed in the first game with the highly talented Windward team out of California, losing by just 7 points. They would go on to win the loser's bracket and place 9th for the John Anderson division. 2023 5'7 G Isabel Sullivan was really solid throughout and saved her best for last. She finished with 21 points on 9/9 shooting and three made 3's in their blowout

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