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GSL boys: Kylan Kelley hits late free throws to help Shadle Park outlast Lewis and Clark

Tanner Groves scored 15 points with eight rebounds, Kylan Kelley hit some big free throws late and visiting Shadle Park (8-1, 6-1) outlasted Lewis and Clark (5-4, 4-3) 58-50 on Tuesday.

Andreas Brown scored 11 points with seven rebounds, four assists and four steals for the Highlanders, while Kelley and Markeith Brown added 10 points apiece.

Dedrick Pakootas led the Tigers with 17 points. Naje Smith had nine points, seven rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots.

Shadle built a 30-18 lead at the half, but LC pulled to within four with just over one minute left. Shadle missed a 3, but Groves grabbed the offensive rebound and Kelley made both ends of 1-and-1 to make it 53-47 with 39 seconds left.

Pakootas hit a 3 with 13 seconds left to make it a six-point game, but Kelley sealed it with two more free throws. Shadle was 14 of 17 from the line overall, with Kelley hitting all six of his attempts.

Ferris 44, Gonzaga Prep 41: Shamrock Campbell and Reece Van Lierop scored 12 points apiece and the Saxons (7-2, 5-2) gave the visiting Bullpups (7-1, 6-1) their first loss of the season.

Campbell make three consecutive free throws to put Ferris up by eight in the fourth quarter. G-Prep’s Anton Watson made a pair from the line, then hit a basket to trim the deficit to four. Watson and Sam Lockett made back-to-back buckets to make it 42-41, but Ferris’ Michael Ervin made two free throws to seal it.

Watson led G-Prep with 22 points. Ervin finished with 10 for Ferris.

Mt. Spokane 54, North Central 49: J.T. Smith and Spencer Barrera had 10 points apiece to help the Wildcats (3-4, 3-4) defeat the visiting Indians (0-8, 0-7).

Mt. Spokane was up 18 points before North Central mounted a comeback, making five 3-point field goals in a 22-9 fourth quarter, but the Wildcats held on.

Leon Sayers led North Central with 22 points.

Central Valley 60, University 50: Ryan Rehkow had a huge night with 26 points and 16 rebounds and the Bears (7-1, 6-1) edged the visiting Titans (4-5, 4-3).

CV held a big advantage at the line, hitting 16 of 26 free throws to U-Hi’s 5 of 6.

Zach Stocker finished with 13 points for CV. Elijah Ramirez and Boston Tacke had 13 points apiece for U-Hi.

Rogers 75, Mead 68: Mandela Kalu scored all of his 25 points in the second half to help the visiting Pirates (1-8, 1-6) mount a comeback to defeat the Panthers (1-7, 0-7).

Rogers trailed 61-45 after three quarters, but outscored Mead 30-7 in the fourth. Kalu and Evan Nomee had a total of eight 3-point field goals.

Michael Winger scored 16 points and Vinny Saldana added 11 for Mead.

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