Alyssa Molina started the scoring in the 15th minute and Central Valley (6-0, 3-0, 9 points) cruised over visiting Lewis and Clark (5-2, 1-2) 3-0 in Greater Spokane League action.
Central Valley stayed undefeated in league play and stayed three points ahead of second-place University, which edged Ferris in overtime 2-1, behind a pair of goals from Yacine Bitibale.
Mt. Spokane and Mead also have six points in league play.
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