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GSL girls: Lexie Hull scores 18 points and Central Valley cruises over Ferris

Lexie Hull scored 18 points, grabbed nine boards and seven steals to lead Central Valley (12-0, 10-0) over visiting Ferris (1-11, 1-9) 73-24 on Tuesday in Greater Spokane League action.

The Bears stayed undefeated, using a 20-2 first-quarter run and a 30-point third quarter to seal it.

Lacey Hull added 15 points for Central Valley and Brook Goodwin led Ferris with seven points.

Mt. Spokane 73, Shadle Park 26: Aspyn Adams made six 3-point field goals and finished with 26 points to help the visiting Wildcats (11-1, 9-1) defeat the Highlanders (0-11, 0-10).

Jaiden Lyman hit three 3-pointers and finished with 13 points for Mt. Spokane.

Willow Risinger led Shadle Park with 14 points.

Mead 65, University 43: Aaliyah Pauling scored 18 points with three 3-pointers and the Panthers (8-4, 6-4) beat the visiting Titans (7-5, 6-4).

Alyse Jackson had three 3-pointers as well and finished with 11 points for Mead, which raced out to a 10-6 lead after the first quarter.

Freshman Ellie Boni led University in scoring with 13 points and Emilie Tangeman added 10.

Lewis and Clark 66, North Central 35: Dominique Arquette scored 15 points as she helped the visiting Tigers (6-6, 6-4) defeat the Indians (4-8, 3-7).

Peyton Howard scored 13 points and Kaylee Bishop added 12 points for Lewis and Clark, which jumped out to a 36-18 lead at halftime.

Quincy McDeid led North Central with nine points.

Gonzaga Prep 72, Rogers 42: Olivia Mayer scored 17 points as she helped guide the visiting Bullpups (7-5, 7-3) to victory over Rogers (3-9, 2-8).

Ryan Decker scored 13 points, while Mia Scelfo and Makena Dodson added 10 apiece for the Bullpups.

Akon Aleu recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds for Rogers.

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