Greater Spokane League boys basketball action kept to form as the upper-division teams took care of the lower-division teams Tuesday.
Gonzaga Prep (12-1, 7-1 GSL) remained tied atop the league with Mead (9-4, 7-1) – although the Panthers edged the Bullpups 53-52 on Dec. 19 at Mead.
Three players scored in double figures to lead visiting Mead to a 58-51 win over University (5-7, 2-5).
Aaron Dunn led the Panthers with 15 points, 11 rebounds and two assists; Taylor Farnsworth had 13 points and nine rebounds; and Brendon Myers had 11 points and five steals.
Spencer Drury led three Titans in double figures with 14. Tony Tabish chipped in 11 to go with six assists and Kyle Bailey had 10 points and eight rebounds.
The Panthers trailed 29-26 at halftime but outscored the Titans 15-7 in the third quarter to take the lead.
Gonzaga Prep 62, Lewis and Clark 44: The visiting Tigers (5-8, 3-5) stayed close for three quarters before the Bullpups pulled away in the fourth.
Ryan Nicholas led G-Prep with 22 points and eight rebounds. Austin Ehlo led LC with 16 points.
North Central 76, Rogers 53: The Indians (7-6, 5-2) shot 53 percent from the field as they eased past the visiting Pirates (6-7, 2-5).
The Indians raced to a 27-11 lead after the first quarter and had a 40-21 advantage by halftime.
Lucas Evans led NC with 19 points and nine rebounds and Brandon Olsen had 17 points.
Deavon Daniels led Rogers with 13 points.
Ferris 69, Central Valley 50: The Saxons (8-5, 6-2) had too much Kamitomo for the visiting Bears (5-7, 1-6).
Taylor Kamitomo scored a game-high 23 points and hauled in 12 rebounds as Ferris pulled away from CV.
The Saxons also got a solid floor game from Riley Stockton, who finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and six assists.
Joseph Guerrinha led CV with 16 points.
East Valley 41, Mt. Spokane 40: In a matchup between the league’s bottom two teams, the Knights (3-10, 2-5) used a tip-in from Ronnie Jarvis with 15 seconds remaining to knock off the visiting Wildcats (1-12, 0-7).
Ryan McIntyre led EV with 13 points and nine rebounds. Joey Murray, who missed a shot for the win at the end, led the Wildcats with 10 points.
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