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Taholah (5-2) at Naselle (8-1)

Time: 7 p.m. Friday in Naselle

Points per game: Taholah 41.7, Naselle 55.4; Points allowed: Taholah 24.6, Team 19.8

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Taholah: The Chitwhins finished second in the Coastal 1B League at 3-1, then topped Rainier Christian 60-58 in the first round of the quad-district tournament. The winner of this game advances to state, and will be seeded by the WIAA seeding committee on Sunday.

Naselle: The Comets rolled through the Northwest 1B League to earn a first-round bye in the quad-district tournament. Naselle is looking for its fourth straight state tournament appearance.

Wahkiakum (5-5) at Tri-Cities Prep (10-0)

Time: 1 p.m. Saturday at Chiawana High School in Pasco  

Points per game: Wahkiakum 23.0, Tri-Cities Prep 53.4; Points allowed: Wahkiakum 24.3, Tri-Cities Prep 7.8

WIAA State records: Wahkiakum 12-16 (Best finish: second — 1992); Tri-Cities Prep 4-5 (Best finish: state champions — 2009).

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Wahkiakum: The Mules finished 3-2 and in third place in the Southwest 2B River Division, setting up a road trip to Coastal No. 2 Raymond. Wahkiakum topped the Seagulls 22-10 to seal their first state trip since 2013. They were seeded No. 14 by the WIAA seeding committees.

Tri-Cities Prep: The Jaguars rolled through the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference, outscoring opponents 414-39 in seven league games — the closest a 30-12 win over Columbia (Burbank). They then dropped Tonasket 48-0 in the District 5/6 crossover game last Friday to seal the team’s third straight state berth. TCP was seeded No. 3 by the WIAA seeding committees.

Reardan (8-2) at Toledo (6-4)

Time: 1 p.m. Saturday at Kelso High School   

Points per game: Reardan 29.3, Toledo 32.4; Points allowed: Reardan 14.3, Toledo 13.0

WIAA State records: Reardan 27-19 (Best finish: state champions — 1990, 2002, 2003, 2005); Toledo 9-14 (Best finish: second — 1996).

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Reardan: The Indians went 5-0 in the Northeast 2B League South, outscoring opponents 149-61. They then topped Wilbur-Creston in a crossover game 35-6 last week to punch their first state ticket since 2014. The WIAA committees seeded Reardan 11th.

Toledo: The Indians went 4-1 and finished second in the Southwest 2B River Division, drawing Onalaska for a district crossover game. The Indians ran away in the second half for a 35-6 win over the Loggers to secure a fifth straight state tournament bid. The WIAA committees seeded the Indians No. 6.

Liberty Christian (7-2) at Kalama (8-2)

Time: 1 p.m. Saturday at Chinook Stadium

Points per game: Liberty Christian 29.6, Kalama 41.8; Points allowed: Liberty Christian 21.1, Kalama 12.3

WIAA State records: Liberty Christian 8-2 (Best finish: state champions — 2012), Kalama 15-15 (Best finish: state champions: 1998, 2017).

HOW THEY GOT HERE

Liberty Christian: The Patriots finished third in the Eastern Washington Athletic Conference behind Columbia (Burbank) and Tri-Cities Prep. But Liberty topped Manson 16-7 to make their first state tournament as a 2B school. The Patriots were the 2012 Class 1B champions, but recently made the jump to 2Bs in the most recent classification cycle. LC was seeded No. 15 by the WIAA seeding committees.

Kalama: The Chinooks rolled through the Southwest 2B River Division, earning a second straight division title by outscoring teams 54-6 in five league games. They earned their third straight shutout in the district crossover game, topping Morton/White Pass 55-0 to earn their fourth consecutive state appearance. They were then seeded No. 2 by the WIAA committees.

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