Nakia Arquette and Jeneva Anderson scored 12 points apiece and the host Lewis and Clark Tigers wrapped up a perfect regular season with a 63-23 Greater Spokane League basketball victory over the visiting Rogers Pirates Thursday night, their 53rd consecutive win.
The winning steak is No. 4 all-time for all Washington girls classifications.
Jessica Carpenter led Rogers with 10 points.
Rogers concludes its season at Mt. Spokane 2:45 p.m. Saturday.
Shadle Park 61, Mead 55: Lindsay Niemeier scored 18 points, Bianca Pope 14 and Chelsea Chandler 10 to lead the Highlanders to a victory over the Panthers at Mead.
Jazmine Redmon had 14 points, nine rebounds and nine assists for Mead. Taylor Ingebritsen added 12 points and Tifa Puletasi 10.
Shadle Park is the 3A top seed and will host No. 4 North Central when District 8 play begins Wednesday. Mead is the 4A No. 2 seed and host No. 3 Central Valley on Tuesday.
East Valley 51, Central Valley 48: Jenni White hit a 3-pointer with 40 seconds remaining to give the Knights the lead and Amber Swyers hit a pair of insurance free throws to upend the Bears at EV. Morgan Manchester paced the Knights with 21 points, 13 in the first half.
Katie Estey made 4 of 5 3-pointers and scored 16 points for CV. Whitney Black and Brooke Gallaway chipped in 11 points apiece.
EV is the No. 2 seed for 3A and will host No. 3 Mt. Spokane on Wednesday.
Gonzaga Prep 55, North Central 43: Freshman Lindsay Stockton had 22 points and hauled down 13 rebounds to lead the Bullpups past the Indians at NC.
Tia Presley added 16 points and Sarah Manix 10 for G-Prep.
Tara VanWeerdhuizen led NC with 14 points and 14 rebounds.
The Bullpups are the 4A No. 5 team and face 4A No. 4 University on Monday at U-Hi in a district loser-out game. 4A No. 1 Lewis and Clark will host Monday’s winner on Tuesday.
Mt. Spokane 51, Ferris 43: Megan Nelson had 16 points and Holligh Bergstrom had 13 rebounds to help the Wildcats past the Saxons at Ferris. Ashley Lockmer led Ferris with 13 points.