Madison Hovren finished with 29 points and 16 rebounds, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer in overtime, and Central Valley earned second place in the Greater Spokane League with a 71-66 double-overtime win over visiting Mead.
CV’s Emily Burns scored all five of her points during the second OT. Delany Junkermeier led Mead with 17 points.
Four players from each team fouled out and 60 fouls were called.
CV (15-5, 14-4) earned the right to play at Gonzaga Prep at 5 p.m. Saturday for the District 8 4A title. The Panthers (14-6, 13-5), as the No. 3 seed, will host Lewis and Clark at 5 p.m. Saturday in a district loser-out game.
G-Prep 75, Ferris 41: Otiona Gildon had a game-high 17 points as the league-champion Bullpups (19-1, 18-0) went on a 28-0 run in the first half to defeat the host Saxons (10-10, 9-9).
Hannah Caudill added 14 points and seven assists for G-Prep, while Oona Harrington scored 16 and Laura Stockton 13. Kaley Lenhart and Brittney Johnson combined for 25 points for the Saxons, whose season ended.
Lewis and Clark 53, Mt. Spokane 47: Riley Lupfer scored 10 points and the visiting Tigers (14-6, 13-5) built a 15-point lead and withstood a rally by the Wildcats (7-13, 6-12). Mt. Spokane cut LC’s lead to three with 2 minutes left, but the Wildcats were hurt by 13-of-28 free-throw shooting.
Adrienne Dotson scored 14 points for Mt. Spokane, the No. 3 seed to the 3A subregionals. Mt. Spokane will play at Kamiakin at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a loser-out game.
University 44, Shadle Park 38: Kaitlin Pannell and Emma Kennedy combined for 17 points as the host Titans (7-13, 7-11) defeated the Highlanders (7-13, 7-11) to secure the No. 1 seed to the 3A subregionals. Winter Hayes scored 14 points for Shadle. U-Hi will host either Kennewick or Southridge at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Second-seeded Shadle will host Hanford, also at 6. Both are loser-out games.
Rogers 59, North Central 52: Lorretta Guertin and Talia Felice combined for 21 points as the host Pirates (1-19, 1-17) snapped a 31-game losing streak by defeating the Indians (2-18, 2-16).
Lauren Hare scored 21 points for NC, which holds the No. 4 seed and will play at Sunnyside at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a loser-out 3A subregional. Rogers’ season is completed.
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