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GSL girls: Lacie Hull drains four 3s and Central Valley dumps North Central

From staff reports

Lacie Hull scored 20 points, with four 3-pointers, and visiting Central Valley (15-0, 13-0) defeated North Central (4-11, 3-10) 61-12 on Friday to extend its winning streak to 43 games over the past two seasons.

Central Valley, ranked fourth in the state 4A according to the latest RPI rankings, took a 29-7 lead after the first quarter to open up the game and never looked back. Lexie Hull added 10 points for CV, which limited NC to five total points in the last three quarters.

Mt. Spokane 60, Ferris 22: Aspyn Adams shot 7 of 10 from the 3-point line, totaling a game-high 28 points to help the visiting Wildcats (14-1, 12-1) defeat the Saxons (2-13, 2-11).

Avery Adams led with 14 rebounds and Miahna Waters added 12 for the Wildcats.

Ferris was carried by Brook Goodwin with 11 points, who nailed three 3-pointers.

Gonzaga Prep 66, University 43: Olivia Mayer scored 14 points on 8-of-10 shooting with 11 rebounds and the Bullpups (10-5, 10-3) defeated the visiting Titans (8-7, 7-6).

Kerynica Keyes added 12 points with three 3-pointers for Gonzaga Prep, which outscored U-Hi 27-12 in the second quarter to open up a 13-point halftime lead. Mayer made 6 of 7 from the line and G-Prep was 15 of 20 on free throw attempts.

Ellie Boni paced University with 13 points.

Lewis and Clark 66, Mead 64: Kaylee Bishop and Dominique Arquette scored 15 points apiece and the visiting Tigers (8-7, 8-5) edged the Panthers (9-6, 7-6).

LC led 40-28 at intermission before the Panthers dominated the third quarter, 19-8.

With less than one minute left, Mead’s Alyse Jackson made three consecutive free throws to tie it at 64, but Arquette was sent to the line with 27 seconds to go and she drained a pair for the final score.

Jacinta Buckley added 13 points for Lewis and Clark, which hit nine from beyond the arc.

Jackson led Mead with 20 points, Maddie Lee had 16 and Lindsey Russell added 12.

Rogers 44, Shadle Park 37: Akon Alue scored a game-high 19 points to lead the visiting Pirates (4-11, 3-10) over the Highlanders (0-14, 0-13).

Rogers trailed by two after the first quarter, then used a 17-12 run in the second to lead at the half by four. Jessica Gennett nailed a 3-pointer midway through the fourth to put Rogers up 35-33 and it held off Shadle down the stretch. Gennett finished with nine, all on 3-pointers.

Makenna Grier and Emilie Tangeman scored nine points apiece for the Highlanders.

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