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All this for GSL rematches

Greetings from Kennewick. Just got done with Gonzaga Prep-Wenatchee at 11 p.m. - LC vs. Walla Walla got over about half an hour earlier. And what do we get? A rematch between the Tigers and Bullpups at 1 p.m. Winner then plays at 7 for the third state berth.

Same, same the girls where Mead lost a gut wrencher to Moses Lake. They dominated the boards, but couldn’t get the ball to fall through the hoop in the fourth quarter, losing a 7 point lead and the game 48-47. The Chiefs Jordan Loera (prounounced Lo-etta) took over the game in the second half for 15 of her 22 points and 6-foot-5 Carly Noyes scored with 8 seconds left for the win after Tifa Puletasi fouled out. Puletasi had done a great job on defense and getting her hook shot over Noyes, but wasn’t there to stop the last ditch shot. Taylor Ingebritsen’s shot as time expired hit backboard and front of the rim but missed.

So the Panthers play LC at 11 a.m. with the winner also playing at 7 p.m. for state.

It’s Moses Lake vs. Pasco in girls, Eisenhower vs Wa-Hi in boys for the regional title.Last time no GSL boys were in the title game was 2004, for the girls it was 2003


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