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GSL boys: Ryan Rehkow scores 21 points to help Central Valley outlast Lewis and Clark

From staff reports

Ryan Rehkow scored 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting and visiting Central Valley (10-3, 8-3) outlasted Lewis and Clark (8-5, 7-4) 60-55 in Greater Spokane League action on Friday.

The Bears opened an 8-0 lead and never trailed. LC tied it at 51 and later LC’s Diedrick Pakootas hit a jumper to pull within two at 57-55.

CV hit a free throw and then Pakootas missed 3 from the right wing and two more free throws sealed it.

Zach Stockton hit three 3s and added 10 points for Central Valley.

Naje Smith had 19 points, nine rebounds, two steals and two blocked shot for Lewis and Clark. Pakootas finiished with 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting.

CV outrebounded LC 33-21.

Ferris 59, Mead 44: Shamrock Campbell scored 14 points and had four assists to help the Saxons (10-3, 8-3) defeat the visiting Panthers (2-11, 0-11).

Michael Ervin and Reece Van Lierop scored 10 points apiece for Ferris, which opened an 18-6 lead after the first quarter and were never really threatened.

Chase Bos led Mead with 13 points.

Mt. Spokane 63, Rogers 49: Justin Smith and JT Smith scored 13 points apiece to help the Wildcats (6-7, 4-7) defeat the visiting Pirates (1-12, 1-10).

Caleb Countryman added 10 points for Mt. Spokane and Cole Riblet scored 16 points for Rogers.

University 71, North Central 66: Boston Tacke scored 21 points to help the Titans (6-7, 6-5) edge the visiting Indians (2-11, 2-9).

University used a 43-22 second half charge to finish off the game. Elijah Ramirez scored 18 points and seven steals.

NC’s Leon Sayers made seven 3-point field goals and finished with 22 points.

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