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Rogers rolls to big victory over Mead

K.J. Hassett knocked down four 3-pointers on his way to a game-high 21 points and Robert Rucker chipped in with 20 points and eight assists to power the Rogers Pirates to a 73-57 victory over the visiting Mead Panthers in Greater Spokane League action on Monday night.

Melik Hampton added 16 points and nine rebounds for the victors. Max Hess had 13 points to pace the Panthers.

Ferris 51, North Central 46: Murphy Butte buried a late 3-pointer and scored 15 points and Mike Ervin scored 17 to help the Saxons hold off the host Indians.

Ferris led by just two points with 1:30 left in the game before Butte’s 3-pointer. The Saxons then hit 5 of 6 free throws to seal the win. Riley Smith led NC with 17 points, while Noah Higley scored 12.

Central Valley 54, Lewis and Clark 42: Cameron Tucker tossed in 12 of his game-high 18 points in the first half as the Bears built a 17-point lead en route to the victory over the host Tigers.

Michael Hannan and Eli Emerson combined for 21 points for CV. Isaiah Hernandez topped LC with 10 points.

Shadle Park 67, Mt. Spokane 42: Andreas Brown tallied 17 points and the Highlanders buried 19 of 21 free throws in a victory over the host Wildcats.

Sam Stiles scored 12 for Mt. Spokane.

University 79, Gonzaga Prep 52: Robert Little hit five 3-pointers on his way to 19 points and snared seven rebounds to power the Titans to a win over the visiting Bullpups.

Nonleague

Okanogan 71, Colville 35: Jeff Townsend poured in a game-high 23 points to help the Bulldogs cruise to a win over the host Indians.

Jack Hinds and Dallis Martin paced Colville with 10 points apiece.

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