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Tigers bury Saxons

Justin Martin buried five 3-pointers and scored 17 to lead the Lewis and Clark Tigers to a 62-42 victory over the Ferris Saxons in Greater Spokane League play on Wednesday at the Spokane Arena.

Liberty 69, Colfax 53: Chase Burnham scored 15 and Keith Dumaw added 12 points and 10 rebounds to spark the Lancers to a win over the visiting Bulldogs in Northeast 2B South play.

Girls basketball

Riley Lupfer tossed in a game-high 28 points and Taylor Cunningham and Jacinta Buckley tallied double-doubles to power Lewis and Clark to a 78-53 Greater Spokane League victory over Ferris at the Spokane Arena.

Colfax 67, Liberty 48: Carmen Gfeller scored 20 points and Taylor Garcia and Kylie Gronning teamed up to score 23 as the Bulldogs rolled past the host Lancers in Northeast 2B South play.


North Central’s Ryan Johnson defeated Mt. Spokane’s Jacob Sander 6-4 in overtime in a key match at 220 pounds and the Indians held on for a 35-31 GSL victory over the visiting Wildcats.

University 52, Rogers 18: Max Clark had a 62-second pin in the 126-pound weight class, one of five falls by U-Hi, and the Titans breezed to a win over the visiting Pirates.

Central Valley 70, Shadle Park 3: CV’s Braden Orrino and Shadle’s Bryden Uyehara squared off at 152 in a battle of state champions with Orrino winning a 5-4 decision as the Bears steamrolled the host Highlanders.

East Valley 47, Cheney 30: The Knights outpinned the Blackhawks 6-3 en route to a home victory in the Great Northern League.


Reigan Kampmann won the vault by one-tenth of a point and finished second in the all-around and Jade Anderson tied for first in the floor with Mead’s Zella Conley and finished third in all-around to guide the Mt. Spokane Wildcats to a 172.5-171.65 win over the Mead Panthers in GSL action at the Mead/Mt. Spokane Gymnastics Center.

CV’s McKinzie Carter took the all-around title. Mead’s Kaitlyn Engen won the bars.

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