Dimond girls win 2nd straight 4A basketball title; Ketchikan stuns Dimond in overtime
The Dimond Lynx won the 4A girls state basketball title for the second straight year in a row behind Alissa Pili's 40 points and 13 rebounds while the Ketchikan Kings stunned the Dimond Lynx in overtime to take the 4A boys state basketball title.
Kings junior Chris Lee had 28 points, included a half time buzzer beater that gave Kayhi momentum going into the second half.
Isaiah Moses got a bucket and a foul with 39 seconds to go in the game to tie it up at 50 and send it to overtime.
But try as they might, the Lynx couldn't get the advantage again, and Ketchikan won 57 to 53.