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Sunday, May 31, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Last-place EV topples Ferris

Last-place East Valley shocked Ferris 63-61 in overtime Tuesday in bunched-up Greater Spokane League basketball.

The Knights (2-11) made four of their 10 3-pointers in the final quarter to rally from 10 points down during the road triumph.

Leading scorer Austin Zurfluh finished with 15 points.

Connor Halliday scored 21 for the Saxons (7-6).

Just two games separate seven teams bunched between third and ninth places in league, all well behind leaders Gonzaga Prep and Shadle Park.

Lewis and Clark 54, North Central 51: The Tigers (6-7) milked much of the game’s final 1 minute, 30 seconds before Levi Taylor scored with 25 seconds remaining in the win against the host Indians (7-5).

Taylor scored 16 points. Austin Ehlo and Sean Hoffmann each had 15.

Shadle Park 68, University 57: The host Highlanders (11-1) held off the Titans (2-11).

Four Shadle players scored in double figures, led by Matt Barnes with 19.

Rogers 76, Mead 65: The host Pirates (6-6) had a better second half in a shootout with the Panthers (5-7). Jesse Vaughn scored 21 of his 29 points in the first half

Gonzaga Prep 63, Mt. Spokane 41: The victory belonged to the Bullpups’ (12-1) guards. A trio combined for 44 points, led by Sean Fischer’s 22, to defeat the host Wildcats (4-7).

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