Port Townsend: Steilacoom defeats Redskins, who advance to state tourney

TACOMA — Steilacoom beat Port Townsend for the district championship when star 6-foot-6 wing Kendrick Holley went crazy with 41 points.

The 20-2 Sentinels, ranked No. 2 in state, defeated the Redskins (16-7) 53-42 at Curtis High School on Saturday night.

Steilacoom took the rubber match against the Redskins, and now lead the series between the two teams 2-1 going into state.

Port Townsend, runner-up in the Nisqually League, advance to the boys basketball 2A state tournament at the Yakima SunDome starting Wednesday.

The brackets will be compiled today.

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