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**Important Venues Update 2/28/2022**

To all coaches and basketball families-

We’ve been notified by the Spokane Public Facilities Department that The Podium is experiencing major supply chain delays of material that was scheduled for arrival today.  Specifically, the subflooring that is needed to support the nine regulation basketball courts scheduled for use in our State tournament, is stranded on a cargo ship off the eastern shore of Canada.  Additionally, there is a shortage of labor to offload the cargo containers for placement on railway to Vancover B.C. to then be trucked to Spokane.

While we’re disappointed with this news, we’ve been blessed by the Spokane basketball community which has rallied and helped us to quickly secure nine courts to replace those lost.

What does this mean?  Well, we must wait until 2023 to host games in The Podium, but this certainly won’t stop us from experiencing another incredible event with nearly 500 teams - all with a 4-game minimum guarantee.  To do so may mean driving a few more minutes to reach a tournament host location, but we’ve done our best to keep as much of the tournament near downtown as possible.  Best news of all is that your teams will enjoy facing fresh competition from towns all across Washington – some you may need a map to learn where they are!

Thank you for your understanding and we’ll do all we can to make your 2022 Championship weekend the best of the season.

The State Executive Board

State Championship Venues

All tournament games in the 2022 State Basketball Championship will be played in the greater Spokane area. 

 The Podium (9 courts)
511 West Dean Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201

Sitting high on 15-foot basalt outcropping, overlooking downtown Spokane and
connected to Riverfront Park, The Podium is located in the heart of downtown Spokane.
This spectacular setting creates the ultimate backdrop for sports events, allowing fans and
athletes to walk to Spokane’s finest hotels, restaurants, retail, and entertainment options.

The HUB Regional Sports Center
19619 E. Cataldo, Liberty Lake (Spokane Valley)

Built in 2003, covering 66,670 square feet and five courts,
the HUB Sports Center hosts numerous major sporting events.
Just 17 minutes from downtown on I-90 East.


The Warehouse Athletic Facility
800 N. Hamilton St, Spokane

Across the street from Gonzaga University's new basketball arena. The facility, which is
connected to campus by The Centennial Trail footbridge, was built by
NBA superstar John Stockton in 2002 as a comprehensive athletic and recreation center. Features 5 courts.

(Several venues may return for 2022 - some returning 2022)

Spokane Convention Center (12 courts)
334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd, Downtown Spokane

The state-of-the-art facility is on the downtown Riverwalk and is walking distance to restaurants, hotels, shopping and entertainment options.   The 12 maple select courts are the very same floors currently provided by Connor Sport Court International to some of the nation's largest elite tournaments, such as the Deep South Classic in Raleigh, USJN/Nike 17U National Championships in Washington DC, Boo Williams Tourney in Virginia, and the NIKE National Invitational in Chicago.

The Spokane Fitness Center
14210 E. Sprague Ave. Spokane 99216 (Spokane Valley)

Spokane Falls Community College
3410 W Fort George Wright Dr, Spokane 99224

Salk Middle School
6411 N Alberta St, Spokane, WA 99208

Rogers High School
1622 E Wellesley Ave, Spokane, WA 99207

North Central High School
1600 N. Howard St. Spokane, WA 99205

Saint George's School
2929 W Waikiki Rd, Spokane, WA 99208

Evergreen Middle School
14221 E 16th Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99037

All Saints Catholic School
1428 E 33rd Ave, Spokane WA 99203

Valley Christian School
10212 E 9th Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99206

Medical Lake HS
200 E Barker St, Medical Lake, WA 99022

Lewis and Clark High School
521 W 4th Ave, Spokane 99204

Centennial Middle School
915 Ella Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99212

Garry Middle School
725 E Joseph Ave, Spokane WA 99208

Chase Middle School
4747 E 37th Ave, Spokane, 99223

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