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JASON DUCHOW PHOTOGRAPHY
From left, Ciara Soumas, starters Bernie Carhart (11), McKennah Kronenberg (4), Brooke Jessen (20) and Olivia Hammond (3), reserve Morgan Dickinson and assistant coach Jacquelyn Mallet of Timberlake celebrate in the closing seconds as the Tigers won their second straight state 3A girls basketball championship, beating Sugar-Salem on Saturday at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa.

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STATE 3A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: A refreshing repeat
February 21, 2021 1:30 a.m.

STATE 3A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: A refreshing repeat

Timberlake rolls past Sugar-Salem, wins fourth title in six years

It took a while, but someone finally cooled off Timberlake. The good news, it was just self-inflicted. “Right after we got our medals, we were talking about pouring water on coach like they do in the NFL,” Timberlake senior Brooke Jessen said. “It’s a new thing, and coach liked it. We all got soaked after it, but that’s OK.”