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Here are the Washington state basketball coaches association's boys all-state teams for each WIAA classification

Auburn's Tre Blassingame is WIBCA's only player of the year vote-getter to win a WIAA state championship. All selections are seniors.

The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association announced its all-state teams for the 2021-22 season. 

(Kamiakin's Tyler Bilodeau named Washington's Mr. Basketball for 2021-22 by state coaches association)

Here are the teams for each classification, which are decided by WIBCA member coaches and are made up of all seniors:


State 1B player of the year: Justice Hart, Yakama Tribal

Reece Isaak, Almira-Coulee-Hartline

Justice Hart, Yakama Tribal

Colton Seymour, Cusick

Pierre Boorman, Moses Lake Christian Academy

Yoel Kintzer, Northwest Yeshiva

Tyler Atkins, Willapa Valley

Tyran Lane, Lummi Nation

Grady Murray, Almira-Coulee-Hartline

Justin Van Wieringen, Sunnyside Christian


State 2B player of the year: John Lustig, Colfax

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John Lustig, Colfax

Jackson Esary, Kalama

Chase Wilson, Okanogan

Nick Strecker, Manson

Tayshawn Colvin, Liberty (Spangle)

Jayden Turner, Ilwaco

Trey Seydel, Raymond

Keith Olson, Napavine

AJ Woodward, Brewster

Chase Collins, Adna


State 1A player of the year: Jordan Hansen, King's

Class 1A state boys championship game, Lynden Christian vs. King's

Bradley Swillie, Life Christian Academy

Andrew Hommes, Lynden Christian

Quin Goldsmith, Freeman

Logan Britt, Seattle Academy

Riley Mesplie, Toppenish

Clayson Delp, Zillah

TreyVaughn Bierlink, Quincy

Nate Harding, Chelan

Chae Haynes, Life Christian Academy

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Jack Allen, Cedar Park Christian


State 2A player of the year: Jonas La Tour, North Kitsap


Jordan Medcalf, Lynden

Justice Taylor, Lakewood

Jonas La Tour, North Kitsap

Aaron Ofstun, R.A. Long

Turner Livingston, West Valley (Spokane)

Grayson Hunt, Pullman