Xavier Guillory scored 13 points and visiting Lewis and Clark (15-8) defeated Ferris (18-5) 68-51 in a District 8 4A loser-out game on Tuesday.
The Tigers pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Saxons 21-13 in the final frame.
Ferris was rated No. 6 in state in WIAA’s final RPI calculations.
Naje Smith had 12 points and Griffin Effenberger added 11 for LC.
The Tigers advance to play in the district third-place game against Walla Walla at 1:30 p.m. at the Arena on Friday.
Walla Walla (16-8) eliminated Chiawana 57-40 to advance.
Michael Ervin paced Ferris with 18 points.
District 8 3A
North Central 70, Southridge 39: Parish Neil scored 13 points, Rashawn Lemery added 12 and the Indians (12-12) eliminated the visiting Suns (7-15).
North Central faces Kennewick in an elimination game on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at the Arena.
Sam Lopia led Southridge with 11 points.
Kennewick 62, Rogers 55: Jenner Norwood scored 18 points and the visiting Lions (11-12) eliminated the Pirates (9-14).
Jahil Frans scored 19 points to lead Rogers, while Cole Riblet had 14 points and Maks Babich added 11.
District 7 2B
St. George’s 70, Colfax 54: Ben Adams scored 18 points, Erik Farias added 17 and the No. 4-rated Dragons (22-0) defeated the Bulldogs (16-6) at West Valley HS.
St. George’s advances to the district championship game against Liberty on Saturday at 3:45 p.m. at West Valley.
Colfax faces Northwest Christian in a loser-out game on Thursday.
Caleb Berquist and Carson Cloaninger scored 15 points apiece for the Bulldogs.
Liberty 62, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 55: Isaak Ottmar scored 22 points, Justin Jeske added 15 and No. 5-rated Lancers (19-2) topped the Broncos (13-9).
Camden Smith led LRS with 15 points and 13 rebounds.
The Broncos face Davenport in an elimination game on Thursday.
Davenport 58, Asotin 48: AJ Floyd scored 18 points and the Gorillas (13-11) defeated the Panthers (10-12) in a loser-out game. Eli Engledow scored 17 points to lead Asotin.
Northwest Christian 68, Reardan 63: Jacob Gray led five players in double figures with 15 points and the Crusaders (15-9) stayed alive with win over the Indians (8-16).
Cade Francis and Tyler Sprecher paced Reardan with 16 points apiece.