Posted On: 12/1/19 7:08 PM

High school basketball tipped off this past weekend with three jamborees featuring prominent teams in the greater Seattle area. Eight teams - Vashon, Roosevelt, Auburn Riverside, Shelton, Northwest, Lynnwood, Sultan, and Chief Sealth - met at Chief Sealth International High School, and each team played two ten-minute games for the preseason jamboree. It's difficult to make much of an impact in such a short amount of time, but several athletes still found ways to impress.

Alex Pape, PG, Roosevelt (2021)

The 6'2" Junior had a strong performance in the team's win against Vashon Island. In ten minutes he scored eight points with a smooth 3-pointer and easy lay-ins off smart plays. He has solid court vision, distributes the ball effortlessly, and is active on the defensive end. Despite his thin frame, Alex showed off his ability to play through contact as well as some impressive bounce during pregame warm-ups. *Featured Image

Isiah Gulchuck, G, Auburn Riverside (2022)

Auburn Riverside's 5'9" guard had his fingerprints all over his team's games. Isiah is only a Sophomore, but his hustle made him a stand out at the jamboree. His activity on defense led to several steals and turnovers,

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