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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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GSL titles have 20-20 vision


The Greater Spokane League basketball season is over. And two special things happened, both related to the number 20.

The Ferris boys became the first team in league history to go through a 20-game schedule undefeated. And the Lewis and Clark girls won their first outright league title in 20 years.

But the GSL wasn't the only prep basketball being played in the area Thursday night. Northeast 2B boys' district play continued, with Northwest Christian and Republic, the two teams who met for the last B title in Spokane, winning, setting up Saturday's game with the district title on the line.

From outside the area, Rene Ferran clears up the Columbia Basin League's postseason. … Yakima takes a look at grade requirements. … The News Tribune heralds the return of postseason basketball. … The first girls' state wrestling tournament will be next week. … Gonzaga recruit Steven Gray leads Bainbridge to another win over O'Dea to clinch the Metro League Mountain Division title. … South Kitsap won another league title. … Jamie Eisinger powers Jackson past Edmonds-Woodway with 34 points. … Monroe's girls stop Snohomish.

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