Kentridge’s Jordyn Jenkins, left, and Jaquaya Miller try to pry the ball from Woodinville’s Madison Lundquist during state 4A quarterfinal action Thursday. KAYSE ANGEL, Reporter

Kentridge’s Jordyn Jenkins, left, and Jaquaya Miller try to pry the ball from Woodinville’s Madison Lundquist during state 4A quarterfinal action Thursday. KAYSE ANGEL, Reporter

State shocker

Woodinville stuns Kentridge in overtime, 55-54 | PHOTOS

  • Thursday, March 1, 2018 5:27pm
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Woodinville junior Madison Dubois drained a long-range 3-pointer at the buzzer in overtime as the No. 5 Falcons shocked defending 4A state champion Kentridge 55-54 in the quaterfinals of the Hardwood Classic at the Tacoma Dome on Thursday.

Dubois finished with 15 points and Mia Hughes scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Falcons (21-4), who advance to face Kingco rival and second-seeded Eastlake in the semifinals at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

The No.3 Chargers (24-3) drop into an elimination game against Camas at 10:30 a.m. Friday.

Jaquaya Miller led Kentridge with 21 points, 14 rebounds and three assists. Morgan Gary had 12 points and six rebounds, and Jordyn Jenkins finished with 11 points and four rebounds. Guard Tresai McCarver contributed seven points.

Kentridge trailed 42-36 entering the fourth quarter but rallied to tie the game 51-51 after regulation.

Miller sank a pair of free throws with 26.7 seconds left in overtime to give the Chargers a 54-52 lead. But Woodinville responded at the other end of the floor when Dubois hit a 23-foot shot to win it.

The Chargers shot only 30 percent from the field in the game and missed all nine of their 3-point shots. They were 16-of-26 from the free throw line.

Kentridge’s Morgan Gary stumbles as she collects the ball in front of Woodinville’s Alena Coomar. KAYSE ANGEL, Reporter

Kentridge’s Morgan Gary stumbles as she collects the ball in front of Woodinville’s Alena Coomar. KAYSE ANGEL, Reporter

Kentridge sophomore Jordyn Jenkins drives to the basket. SARAH BRENDEN, Reporter

Kentridge sophomore Jordyn Jenkins drives to the basket. SARAH BRENDEN, Reporter

Jaquaya Miller goes up for a shot. She led Kentridge with 21 points, 14 rebounds and three assists. SARAH BRENDEN, Reporter

Jaquaya Miller goes up for a shot. She led Kentridge with 21 points, 14 rebounds and three assists. SARAH BRENDEN, Reporter

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