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Prep Roundup: Central Valley wins, clinches at least share of GSL title

Sydney Johnson had 10 kills and Central Valley clinched at least a share of the Greater Spokane League volleyball title with a straight-set win over Lewis and Clark Tuesday night at Central Valley.

Scores were 25-17, 25-13 and 25-7.

The Bears’ Jade Rockwood added 29 assists and Meghan Rockwood chipped in 18 digs and three aces. Lewis and Clark’s Chloe Dittmar had 10 digs and two aces.

Central Valley will close out the regular season Friday at home against Ferris. A win would secure the Bears the league title.

University def. Mt. Spokane: Rachael Schlect had 18 kills and eight blocks, Kendall Collins dished out 46 assists and the Titans outlasted the Wildcats in a GSL match at University. Scores were 25-22, 25-14, 22-25, 20-25 and 15-13.

With the win, University remained tied with Mead for second place in the GSL.

Mt. Spokane’s Miahna Waters had 19 kills and four aces and Bailey Ricard added 20 digs.

Mead def. Shadle Park: Kimerley Wong had 10 kills and two blocks and Lindsey Russell dished out 22 assists as the Panthers swept the Highlanders 25-17, 25-16 and 25-22 in a GSL match at Shadle Park.

Hailee Etter led Shadle Park with eight kills, five digs and a block.

Gonzaga Prep def. North Central: Sophie West had 15 kills and three aces and Sydney Redstock dished out 11 assists as the Bullpups topped the Indians in straight sets in a GSL match at North Central. Scores were 25-15, 25-15 and 25-13.

Kristen Swope had 10 kills and Kelli Orr had 18 assists to lead North Central.

Ferris def. Rogers: Annika Briggs had 16 kills, Shaelyn Pearson dished out 18 assists and Peggy Smith added four aces and nine digs as the Saxons swept the Pirates 25-14, 25-20, 25-20 in a GSL match at Ferris.

Akon Aleu and Milla Romero had five kills apiece for Rogers.

Coeur d’Alene def. Lake City: Missy had 19 kills and Ali Williams added 14 kills and 17 assists as the Vikings swept the Timberwolves 25-19, 26-24 and 25-20 in a 5A Region I match.

The win gave Coeur d’Alene a berth to the state tournament.

Lake City will play Post Falls in a loser-out match on Thursday. The Trojans advanced with a straight-set win over Lewiston.

Timberlake def. Priest River: Jacqueline Mallet had 10 kills and 10 digs to lead the Tigers past the Spartans in a 3A District I match at Spirit Lake. Scores were 25-4, 20-25, 25-21 and 25-19.

Kenzie Dean added six kills, five digs and three aces and Matraca Rocheleau chipped in 31 assists and five aces for Timberlake, which will play Bonners Ferry or Timberlake Wednesday at Spirit Lake in a winner-to-state match.

Catherine Gamma had 25 digs and Olivia Witter had 14 assists for Priest River, which will play Bonners Ferry or Timberlake in a loser-out match Wednesday at Spirit Lake.

East Valley def. Pullman: Jordan Phelan had 15 kills and two aces and the Knights recovered after dropping the first two sets and upset the visiting Greyhounds in a Great Northern League match. Scores were 15-25, 17-25, 25-8, 25-23 and 15-8.

Chloe Shalfant added 14 digs for East Valley. The Greyhounds were led by Melissa Langerveld, who had 14 kills, 23 digs and five aces.

The loss moved Pullman into a tie with Cheney atop the GNL standings. Both the Greyhounds and Blackhawks have two remaining league matches. They play each other in the regular-season finale in Cheney next Tuesday.

Clarkston def. West Valley: Sami Briney had eight kills and Molly Eggleston added 21 assists and three aces as the Bantams topped the visiting Eagles in a GNL match. Scores were 25-9, 18-25, 25-8 and 25-23.

Claire Sinner and Lily Sinner had four blocks apiece for West Valley.

Women’s soccer

East Valley 5, Pullman 0: Skylar Bastin scored two second-half goals and the Knights kept pace with West Valley atop the Great Northern League standings with a win over the visiting Greyhounds.

Maddie Bastin, Lexi Lile and Micaela Vardel scored first-half goals for East Valley, which plays at Clarkston on Saturday in its regular-season finale.

West Valley 1, Clarkston 0 (SO): Jenna Sullens, Madeline Liberg and Ashley Meyer scored in the shootout and the Eagles topped the host Bantams in a GNL match.

West Valley closes out the regular season Thursday at home against Cheney.

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