Anton Watson poured in 21 points and visiting Gonzaga Prep (13-1, 11-1) defeated North Central (2-12, 2-10) 66-35 on Tuesday for its sixth straight win in Greater Spokane League play.
Shane Eugenio scored 12 points and Sheadon Byrd added 10 for the Bullpups, which opened up a 43-21 lead at intermission and cruised to the win to move two games ahead of Shadle Park in the league.
Leon Sayers led the Indians with nine points.
Ferris 56, Shadle Park 45: Shamrock Campbell scored 17 points to help the Saxons (11-3, 9-3) defeat the visiting Highlanders (11-3, 9-3).
The Saxons also got 13 points from Michael Ervin. In a tight game, a 13-5 second-quarter run for Ferris proved the difference.
The Highlanders were led by Tanner Groves with 17 points and Markieth Brown added 15, including three 3-pointers.
Central Valley 66, Mead 50: Ryan Rehkow scored a career-high 34 points and the Bears (11-3, 9-3) defeated the visiting Panthers (2-12, 0-12).
Rehkow made 12 baskets in the game, including two 3-pointers, with 10 rebounds and four steals. Zack Stocker also scored in double-digits with 11 points.
Leading by one coming out of halftime, the Bears pounded the Panthers, outscoring them 26-11 in the third quarter, led by Rehkow with 15 points.
Central Valley outrebounded Mead 36-23 in the win.
Tyson Rogalette scored 11 points and Vinny Saldana added 10 to lead Mead.
University 64, Mt. Spokane 48: Tanner Christiansen scored 22 points and the visiting Titans (7-7, 7-5) defeated the Wildcats (6-8, 4-8).
Boston Tacke and Elijah Ramirez added 12 points apiece for U-Hi, which built a 33-15 lead at halftime.
Mt. Spokane was led by Phalon Maddox with 16 points and J.T. Smith added 12.
Lewis and Clark 72, Rogers 35: Cameron Duncan led a balanced attack with 12 points and the visiting Tigers (9-5, 8-4) overwhelmed the Pirates (1-13, 1-11).
Cameron Underwood and Naje Smith scored 10 points apiece for Lewis and Clark, which had 12 players score.
Evan Nomee scored 12 points and Jahlil Frans added eight points for Rogers.
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