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AP Washington all-state basketball teams have been announced

AP Washington all-state basketball teams have been announced

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The 2014 Associated Press Washington all-state basketball teams have been announced.

On the girls side in Class 3A junior Linsey Honeycutt of Ferndale received honorable mention. In the 2A classification Lynden senior Stephanie Somers was named to the first team and in Class 1A Blaine junior Taylor V’Dovec and Lynden Christian sophomore Kara Bajema were named first team, and L.C. senior Courtney Hollander received honorable mention.

On the boys side in Class 2A Lynden junior Scott Hastings was named to the first team while Lions sophomore Sterling Somers got honorable mention.

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