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2013 High School All-Star Media Classic

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PASCO, Wash. - High School Basketball All-Stars from the Yakima and Tri-City areas took to the court for the annual Media Classic.

Yakima Boys outdueled Tri-City 114-96. West Valley's Jalen Peake lead scores with 16 points, but Selah's Drew Dyer won the MVP with 13 points and 8 rebounds. Pasco's Julian Figueroa, Kennewick's Mitchell Mueller, and Hanford's Joe Douglas all pitched in with 14 points.

It was a different story on the girls side, Tri-City beat Yakima 91-59. Kennewick's Panisesi Taimani won the MVP with 16 Points, while Granger's Lyndsay Oswalt led the Yakima squad with 11 points.