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Thursday, June 4, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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CV cools off G-Prep

League-leading Central Valley cooled off one of the league’s hotter teams during Greater Spokane League girls basketball Friday night.

The Bears (10-3, 7-1 GSL) scored 23 second-quarter points en route to a 70-56 triumph over visiting Gonzaga Prep (9-5, 5-4).

Brooke Gallaway scored 12 points in the period on her way to a game-high 20 points. She hit three 3-pointers and had her total by the end of the third quarter plus 10 rebounds before fouling out early in the fourth.

Loree Hill nearly matched her with 18 points and Sydney Emory scored 11 points, including three 3-pointers.

The Bullpups were paced by Lindsay Stockton’s 20 points while GSL scoring leader Tia Presley scored 19 despite sitting much of the second quarter in foul trouble.

Mead 68, Ferris 31: A 14-2 start by the Panthers (11-3, 7-2) and 21 forced turnovers put the visiting Saxons (3-11, 2-7) on their heels. Mead remained a half game behind CV in the GSL. Three Mead players scored in double figures, including Heidi Lague and Michelle Maguire. Jazmine Redmon scored a game-high 18 and Kalee Junkermier hauled down 11 rebounds.

Lewis and Clark 67, University 52: The Tigers (9-5, 7-2) found themselves facing a nine-point halftime deficit, but fired up in the third quarter and outscored the Titans (4-9, 2-6) 23-8 on 8-for-15 shooting to take control.

Hayley Hendrickson scored 10 straight points during the flurry and finished the night with 20, one of three double-figure scorers for LC. Zoe Scott and Hallie Gennett each had 13 for U-Hi.

Shadle Park 53, Mt. Spokane 34: A steady effort by Chelsea Chandler, who scored in every quarter but the second, lifted the host Highlanders (8-5, 5-2).

Chandler finished the game with 20 points to pace three double-figure scorers. The Wildcats (3-11, 2-6) were outscored in every quarter and trailed 19-8 after the first period.

East Valley 64, Rogers 28: The visiting Knights (6-10, 3-5) broke open the game in the second half against a Pirates team (0-14, 0-8) with four of five starters missing because of injury. Jenni White scored 18 points for EV.

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