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Mead rallies for win

Erik Hanson scored 12 of his 18 points in the second half when the Mead Panthers overcame a one-point halftime deficit to claim a 51-46 Greater Spokane League boys basketball victory over the host Mt. Spokane Wildcats Thursday night.

The Wildcats (7-10) held a 24-23 lead at the half but struggled to start the second half. Mead (9-9) outscored Mt. Spokane 13-7 in the third quarter to take a five-point lead. Hanson scored five in the decisive third quarter.

Conner Haley scored 12 and Chaz Johnson 10 for Mt. Spokane.

Central Valley 52, Rogers 50: Brad Whitley’s 3-pointer from the right wing with 8 seconds left – his only field goal of the game – gave the Bears (8-10) a win over the Pirates (8-10) at CV. Scott Simon scored 16 and J.C. Agen 13 for CV. Jesse Vaughan scored 19 points for Rogers, but he missed on a chance to tie the game in the final seconds. Rogers’ Zach Nelson chipped in 13 points. … Shadle Park 66, Ferris 50: Anthony Brown hit three 3-pointers on his way to 17 points and Matt Barnes made all seven of his field goals and scored 14 points as the Highlanders (15-3) defeated the host Saxons (9-9). Ferris’ Connor Halliday and Jason Bates scored 13 points. … North Central 63, University 43: Lucas Evans hit 7 of 9 field goals on his way to 18 points and Darwin Nelson scored 14 to lead the host Indians (10-8) past the Titans (3-16). Spencer Drury scored 12 for U-Hi. … Lewis and Clark 55, East Valley 43: Austin Ehlo scored 16 points and Levi Taylor 14 in the Tigers’ win over the host Knights (4-14). Sean Hoffman added 11 points for LC (10-8).

Other boys

Kellogg 56, Timberlake 48: Brad Osterberg-Miller scored 10 of his 14 points in the first half to help the host Wildcats (8-8, 4-3) to an Intermountain League victory over the Tigers (3-12, 1-6). … Lakeside (Plummer) 67, Mullan 51: Timothy Daman scored nine of his 18 points in the opening quarter when the Knights (5-11, 3-4) outscored the visiting Tigers 15-2 and went on to a North Star League victory. Casey McKinnon scored 34 points for Mullan (0-8, 0-5). … Coeur d’Alene Charter 47, Clark Fork 21: Bob Schrack scored 16 points to help the Panthers (8-8) beat the Wampus Cats (4-12) in a non-league game at Clark Fork. Jared Broggi scored 13 for Clark Fork. … Wallace 50, Coeur d’Alene JV 48: Jared Bilaski scored 17 points and the Miners (8-4) held off the Vikings’ JV in a non-league game at Coeur d’Alene. … Lakeland 58, Sandpoint 53: Caleb Geurber paced the host Hawks (5-12) with 16 points in a victory over the Bulldogs (2-11) at Rathdrum.

GSL girls

Lewis and Clark 60, East Valley 42: Jeneva Anderson led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points and the Tigers (18-0) beat the Knights (9-9) at EV for their 51st consecutive win, the sixth-best streak in girls state history, for all classifications. Morgan Manchester scored nine of her team-high 22 points in the first quarter when her Knights jumped out to a 15-8 lead. Six Tigers scored seven or more points. … Shadle Park 54, Ferris 25: Chelsea Chandler scored 14 points, Aleisha Hathaway 11 and Bianca Pope 10 to lead the Highlanders (13-5) past the Saxons (4-14) at Ferris. Haley Sieverding scored 10 for Ferris. … Mead 62, Mt. Spokane 38: Jazmine Redmon had 20 points and Tifa Puletasi had 10 points as the Panthers (16-2) defeated the Wildcats (4-13) at Mt. Spokane. Averi Hallman paced Mt. Spokane with 16 points. … University 59, North Central 41: Chenise Pakootas and Zoe Scott combined for 39 points to lead the Titans (11-8) past the Indians (2-16) at NC. Savannah Kolterman scored 19 for NC. … Central Valley 64, Rogers 16: The Bears (13-5) held the visiting Pirates (0-18) to four points in each quarter in a rout. Brooke Gallaway paced CV with 16 points.

Other girls

Lakeland 46, Moscow 45: Camille Reynolds scored 20 points and the Hawks (14-6) held off the Bears (5-15) in Idaho 4A Region I tournament play at Moscow, Idaho. Moscow plays Sandpoint on Saturday in a loser-out game. The winner plays Lakeland for the regional championship Tuesday.



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