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Seeding down to final game

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6, 2013

Final seeding for 4A and 3A postseason berths among Greater Spokane League girls basketball teams will go down to the final game.

Some juggling occurred Tuesday, but nothing definitive.

Mead 62, Mt. Spokane 45: The visiting Panthers (18-1, 16-1) used a fast start and finish to hold off the Wildcats (11-8, 9-8).

The Panthers raced to a 21-6 lead in the first quarter then put the Wildcats away by outscoring them 19-7 in the fourth.

Jade Redmon led Mead with 18 points, 10 coming in the fourth. Delany Junkermier had 14 and Sue Winger and Mackenzie McPhee had 10 each. McPhee and Ashlyn Lewey led with seven rebounds apiece.

Brooke Reilly and Alyssa Lloyd had 12 points each and Kennadie Clute had 11 to pace the Wildcats. Reilley also had nine rebounds.

Central Valley 63, Ferris 60: The Bears (10-9, 8-9) forged a three-way tie for the third seed in 4A with the Saxons (10-9, 8-9) and Lewis and Clark.

The Bears opened a 34-27 lead by halftime, and the advantage held up in the second half.

Madison Hovren led CV with 27 points and nine rebounds. She made 7 of 10 foul shots in the final 3 minutes.

Brittney Johnson led Ferris with 23 points.

University 52, Lewis and Clark 49: Kaleigh Valley led three Titans (10-9, 9-8) in double figures as they used a 28-19 rebounding advantage to hold off the Tigers (8-11, 8-9).

Valley finished with 19 points, Brooke Bailey had 14 and Mckenzie Peterson had 11. Riley Lupfer and Taylor Howlett led LC with 11 apiece.

Shadle Park 52, North Central 45: The visiting Highlanders (11-8, 10-7) took over the lead for the top 3A seed, stopping the Indians (1-18, 1-16).

Shadle shut out NC 11-0 in the first quarter. The Indians missed all 11 of their shots in the period.

Winter Hayes led Shadle with 13 points and Morgan Grier and Kaycee Hert had 11 apiece. Avery Smith led NC with 15 and Megan Dean had 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Gonzaga Prep 67, Rogers 11: The visiting Bullpups (18-1, 16-1) overwhelmed the Pirates (1-18, 0-17).


 

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