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Dotson leads Mead to GSL win

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It was all Mead on Thursday.

The league-leading Panthers rolled up an easy Greater Spokane League gymnastics victory at University, posting 171.85 points to outdistance the host Titans, who finished with 163.8. Lakeside-Nine Mile Falls (149.35) and Rogers (144.8) finished a distant third and fourth.

The Panthers’ Ashley Dotson eked out all-around honors with 35.5 points. U-Hi’s Kayla McGahey was second with 35.325.

Dotson won the balance beam and was second on the uneven bars. McGahey posted a 9.35 to win the bars.

Kayla Clarke won the vault for Mead, her first victory of the season, edging teammate Kaila Evenoff.

Boys basketball

Patterson puts PR on right track

Jeremy Patterson’s three 3-pointers and 11 first-half points sparked Priest River (6-6) to a 76-40 non-league win at Cusick. James Nenema paced the Panthers (3-9) with 14 points. … Hawkins Gebbers scored 40 points in leading host Brewster over Lake Roosevelt 67-57 in a Caribou League game. Gus Smith led the Raiders with 17.


Cheney wins at WV

Cheney won four of the final five matches to earn a 41-32 Greater Spokane League victory at West Valley. Justin Garland started the ball rolling for the Blackhawks by pinning 275-pounder Brett Schoenberger 37 seconds into the first match of the night. Cheney 215-pounder Travis McKenzie capped the night by pinning Nikko Guzman 35 seconds into the final match. Jeff Degenhardt highlighted the night for WV, scoring a 14-11 victory over Keith Parker in the 145-pound match.

Great Northern League

Cardinals steamroll Pullman

Medical Lake came two points away from sweeping its match with Pullman, posting a 63-3 victory at Pullman. Garrett Ralston scored a 2-1 victory over Pullman’s Mike Thomas, last year’s league runner-up, in the 189-pound match. Thomas received a penalty point for a slam that tied the match at 1, and Ralston scored an escape to win the match. State-ranked 140-pounder David Snyder scored a first-round pin for the Cardinals. … Colville 37, Deer Park 24: Colville’s Cody Cooper came back from a near fall in the third round to score a 6-5 victory over Levi Anderson in the 112-pound match at Colville, coming back from a 4-3 deficit. Down 3-1, Jace Berg came back to score a second-round pin over Reid Geyer to seal the victory for the Indians. … Riverside 48, Chewelah 30: The Rams won three matches by forfeit and five more by pinfall to sink visiting Chewelah.

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