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GSL boys: G-Prep drills Rogers

The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team keeps humming along.

The visiting Bullpups put three players in double figures as they eased past the Rogers Pirates 69-41 in Greater Spokane League action Tuesday.

Braden Morse led with 14 points, Kea Vargas had 13 and Devin Culp added 10 as the Bullpups improved to 15-1 overall, 13-1 in league.

G-Prep opened a 32-13 lead by halftime.

Jahlil Frans had 17 points and KJ Hassett had 14 to lead the Pirates (3-14, 3-11).

Lewis and Clark 53, University 47: The Tigers (13-3, 12-2) remained a game behind G-Prep, holding off the visiting Titans (6-10, 6-8). Anthony Smith and Vaughnden Handel came off the bench for LC to score 13 and 12 points, respectively. Austin Dill led U-Hi with 16 and Josh Hager scored 15.

Shadle Park 61, Central Valley 55: The Bears (12-4, 10-4) pulled within two points by the end of the third quarter, but the visiting Highlanders (12-4, 11-3) held on for the victory. Tanner Groves led Shadle with 23 points and 10 rebounds and Kylan Kelley and Markieth Brown scored 10 points apiece. Cameron Tucker led the Bears with 16 and Eli Emerson had 10. The Highlanders outrebounded CV 38-28. Josh Thomas led CV with nine rebounds.

Ferris 51, Mead 40: The Saxons (8-8, 7-7) overcame a slow start to turn back the visiting Panthers (9-8, 6-8) in a key game that could go far in deciding seeds for district. Shamrock Campbell led Ferris with 20 points and Jace Van Lierop had 15 to go with five steals. Mike Ervin had eight rebounds. Kobie Hanson led Mead with 13 points.

Mt. Spokane 71, North Central 54: The visiting Wildcats (3-13, 2-12) trailed 33-26 halftime but outscored the Indians (0-16, 0-14) 45-21 in the second half. Sam Stiles led Mt. Spokane with 28 points and Caleb Wendle had 14. Riley Smith led NC with 14, Brenden Duncan had 11 and Damion Carter added 10.

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