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BASKETBALL: Federal Way's Huertas-Vining to play in All-State game

Federal Way senior point guard Darah Huertas-Vining led the Eagles back to the Tacoma Dome for the Class 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament for the fourth year in a row. She averaged 16.5 points a game for the Eagles. - Casey Olson/The Mirror
Federal Way senior point guard Darah Huertas-Vining led the Eagles back to the Tacoma Dome for the Class 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament for the fourth year in a row. She averaged 16.5 points a game for the Eagles.
— image credit: Casey Olson/The Mirror

Federal Way High School senior Darah Huertas-Vining will play in the 2012 Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association Senior All Star games on Saturday. The event will be played at Seattle Christian High School.

Huertas-Vining will play on the Class 4A team. Game times are: 1B vs. 2B, 2 p.m.; 1A vs. 2A, 4 p.m.; and 3A vs. 4A, 6 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students with ASB cards.

Also on Saturday, the association will announce a Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches’ Association Player of the Year at halftime of the second game, and Coach of the Year at halftime of the third game.

Huertas-Vining is a 5-foot-2 point guard and played in four state tournaments, bringing home three trophies, including second- and third-place.

During her four years running the point at Federal Way, the Eagles were a combined 93-23. Huertas-Vining is a three-time first-team, All-SPSL selection and the division’s Player of the Year as a senior. During her career, she scored 1,431 points during her career. She has also led the SPSL in assists for three seasons.

This year, Huertas-Vining averaged a team-best 15.7 points a game. She poured in 13.3 last season, 14.6 points as a sophomore and tallied 8.2 points a game during an impressive freshman year.

 

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