Lacie Hull scored 19 points with nine rebounds and three blocked shots and Central Valley (16-0, 14-0), ranked sixth in state 4A in the latest RPI ratings, beat visiting Gonzaga Prep (10-6, 10-4) 66-33 on Tuesday to stay one game up on Mt. Spokane in the Greater Spokane League standings.
The game marked Central Valley’s 44th straight win and it was the first time an opponent has scored 30-plus points against Central Valley since the last time they faced Gonzaga Prep on Jan. 3, a string of five games.
The Bears have surrendered more than 30 points just five times this season and have yet to allow more than 50.
Hailey Christopher scored 18 points and Lexie Hull added 11 points and 13 rebounds for CV, which led 22-3 after the first quarter.
Gonzaga Prep was paced by Mia Scelfo with 10 points.
Mt. Spokane 48, Lewis and Clark 43: Jaidyn Lyman scored 15 points and the visiting Wildcats (15-1, 12-1) defeated the Tigers (8-8, 8-6).
Aspyn Adams added 14 points for Mt. Spokane, which outscored LC 14-11 in the fourth quarter to edge the Tigers.
Lewis and Clark was led by Arianna Reeves with 14 points.
Mead 59, Shadle Park 33: Aaliyah Pauling scored 12 points and the Panthers (10-6, 8-6) defeated the visiting Highlanders (0-15, 0-14).
Mead got contributions from everyone on the night as all 13 players for the Panthers scored. Lindsey Tucker provided 10 points off the bench and Brenna Junkermier added eight points. Mead jumped out 17-4 after the first quarter and led 33-12 at intermission.
Emilie Tangeman scored 12 points and Willow Risinger had 11 for Shadle.
University 53, Ferris 32: Claire Dingus scored 15 points, Megan Taylor added 12 and the Titans (9-7, 8-6) handled the visiting Saxons (2-14, 2-12).
U-Hi led 11-5 after the first and 28-9 at halftime.
Ferris was led by Brook Goodwin with nine points.
North Central 56, Rogers 32: Quincy McDeid scored 11 points and the Indians (5-11, 4-10) defeated the Pirates (4-12, 3-11) 56-32 on Tuesday.
Jillian Wildman, Elyce Piper and Sativa Rogers all scored nine points for North Central, which ;ed 11-4 after one and 28-10 at halftime.
Rogers was led by Atyzha Upton with 14 points and Akon Aleu added 12.
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