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Saxons camp out at foul line to beat Indians in GSL

Bria Bowton hit two 3-pointers and scored 10 points and the Ferris Saxons hit 4 of 6 free throws down the stretch to hold on for a 49-40 victory over the North Central Indians in Greater Spokane League play on Monday night at North Central.

Megan Dean tallied a game-high 17 points for North Central, which trailed 23-19 at the half.

Ferris was outscored 17-14 from the field but made 18 of 35 free throws, while North Central hit just 3 of 12. NC had 20 fouls, Ferris 13.

Mead 64, Rogers 38: Alyse Jackson led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points and the Panthers rolled to victory over the host Pirates.

Sue Winger had 11 points and Bailey Bordelon scored 10 for Mead. Rogers’ Sarah Guertin led all scorers with 14.

Central Valley 67, Lewis and Clark 47: Lexie Hull totaled 17 points in just three quarters of action to help the Bears in an easy win over the host Tigers.

Madison Hovren hit three 3s and scored 16, while Megan Dimmler scored 14 for CV. Riley Lupfer topped LC with 14 points.

Gonzaga Prep 69, University 44: The Bullpups’ Big Three proved to be too much for the host Titans.

Otiona Gildon tallied 28 points with 11 rebounds, Laura Stockton added 16 points and seven assists and Oona Harrington chipped in with 16 points to propel G-Prep to the victory. U-Hi was led by Brooke Bailey’s 10 points.

Mt. Spokane 45, Shadle Park 41: Allyssa Robertson came off the bench to score a team-high eight points, including a key basket with less than a minute to play to break a 41-all tie, and the Wildcats edged the visiting Highlanders.

Shyla Carr scored a game-high 17 points for Shadle.

Robertson’s basket and two free throws by Jaidyn Lyman sealed the win for the Wildcats.


Okanogan 63, Colville 23: The visiting Bulldogs raced out to a 32-0 lead and breezed past the Indians.

Megan Lee’s 14 points led the Indians, who didn’t score until 3 minutes before halftime.

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