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South Kitsap draws Moses Lake
in first round

South Kitsap's girls basketball team will make its first state-playoff appearance in nine seasons against Moses Lake.

At the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association's annual Class 4A tournament draw Sunday in Renton, South was placed against the Chiefs at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.

Moses Lake has a 19-6 record, but half of its losses came against undefeated Pasco, including a 58-50 setback against the Bulldogs in Saturday's 4A Eastern Regional title game at Kennewick's Toyota Center.

The Wolves (15-11) feature three players who are at least 6 feet tall, which has given them a height advantage against most teams. But Moses Lake's top player is 6-foot-5 center Carly Noyes, who signed to play next season at Washington State University.

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