WR sends pair to Senior All-State hoops

Lee Audrey Norris and Chloe Narolski travelled to Seattle March 16.

White River’s Lee Audrey Norris (12) and Chloe Narolski (3) played in Seattle as part of the Senior All-State Games. File photos by Kevin Hanson

White River’s Lee Audrey Norris (12) and Chloe Narolski (3) played in Seattle as part of the Senior All-State Games. File photos by Kevin Hanson

White River High was well represented when players from throughout the state gathered for the annual round of Senior All-State Games.

The annual hoopfest is a product of the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association.

A trio of games were played March 16 at King’s High School in Seattle. The state’s Class B schools took on their 2B counterparts in the first game; the second contest featured Class 2A girls against their 1A peers; and the nightcap had the 3A and 4A players squaring off.

The 2A roster included White River’s Lee Audrey Norris and Chloe Narolski and was under the direction of Britney Knotts, who coached Washougal High to this year’s state 2A championship.

Athletes were nominated by high school coaches, who then voted on final rosters.

Norris is coming off a season in which she was honored as the South Puget Sound League 2A Most Valuable Player. Narolski was a first team, all-league selection. The duo helped lead the Hornets to another undefeated league season and then to a fifth-place showing in the Class 2A state tournament.

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