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GSL girls: Hailey Christopher helps Central Valley stay perfect with win over Lewis and Clark

From staff reports

Hailey Christopher scored 26 points with five rebounds and visiting Central Valley (13-0, 11-0) stayed perfect on the season and downed Lewis and Clark (6-7, 6-5) 70-26 on Friday.

CV scored the first eight points of the game, never trailed and led 40-13 at halftime. Lexie Hull added 11 points, five assists and four steals, while Lacie Hull added 10 points, five boards and four steals.

LC was led by Jacinta Buckley with eight points, nine rebounds, four assists and two steals. Domonique Arquette also scored eight points for the Tigers.

Mt. Spokane 78, Rogers 20: Aspyn Adams scored 30 points, including seven 3-pointers, and the Wildcats (12-1, 10-1) routed the visiting Pirates (3-10, 2-9).

Adams was 10 of 16 overall. Alyssa Powell scored 15 points, hitting 7 of 8 at the line, and Jaidyn Lyman added 10 points for Mt. Spokane, trying to keep pace with league-leading CV.

Chrissy Croson led Rogers with six points.

Rogers’ Kendall Tillet scored the first basket of the game, but it was the only lead the Pirates enjoyed. Adams drilled a 3 to make it 5-2 and the Wildcats led 19-6 after one and 34-11 at halftime.

Mead 54, Ferris 31: Alyse Jackson scored 15 points and the visiting Panthers (9-4, 7-4) handled the Saxons (1-12, 1-10).

Jackson hit one of her three 3-pointers to start the game and Mead never trailed. Another by Jackson from distance just before the end of the first quarter put the Panthers up 16-9. Mead led 31-15 at halftime.

Aaliyah Pauling contributed 10 points for Mead.

Ferris was led by Haylee Summers with seven points.

Gonzaga Prep 87, Shadle Park 12: Mia Scelfo led four in double figures with 16 points and the Bullpups (8-5, 8-3) roughed up the visiting Highlanders (0-12, 0-11).

G-Prep was 8 of 12 from beyond the arc in the first half to build a 61-5 lead at the break.

Ryan Decker scored 15 points, Grace Hammon had 13 points, and Kerynica Keyes chipped in 11 points for the Bullpups.

University 52, North Central 45: Ellie Boni scored 12 points, Gracee Dwyer added 10 and the Titans (8-5, 7-4) topped the visiting Indians (4-9, 3-8).

University took an 11-0 lead after the first quarter, but trailed 32-31 after three. Courtney Awbery hit a 3-pointer, her only basket of the game, to give U-Hi a 34-32 lead at the start of the fourth and the Titans led the rest of the way.

Quincy McDeid led NC with 22 points, hitting five 3-pointers on the game.

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