Mia Scelfo scored 19 points with six assists and fourth-seeded Gonzaga Prep (13-8) eliminated fifth seed Mead (8-13) 59-43 in the play-in game to the 4A District 8 tournament on Monday.
Going into the fourth quarter, Mead had a one-point lead, but Gonzaga Prep exploded in the fourth, outscoring Mead 28-13. Demi Howlett added 10 points for Gonzaga Prep.
Lindsay Tucker led Mead with 10 points.
Gonzaga Prep advances to play Chiawana in Pasco in a first-round matchup on Wednesday.
Southridge 57, Rogers 42: The Suns (5-16) eliminated the Pirates (1-20) in the play-in game to the 3A District 8 tournament.
Southridge advanced to play at North Central on Wednesday in a first-round matchup.
Odessa 70, Harrington 29: McKennah Davison scored 23 points and the Tigers (7-14) eliminated Harrington (4-8) in a 1B District 9 play-in game.
Maddy Wagner scored 12 points with 10 rebounds and six assists for Odessa.
Odessa advanced to play at Selkirk on Wednesday.
Moscow 39, Lakeland 30: The Bears (7-10) eliminated the Hawks (4-16) in a 4A District 1 play-in game at North Idaho College.
Moscow advanced to face Sandpoint in a best-of-three series starting on Wednesday.
Kellogg 44, Bonners Ferry 40: The Wildcats (8-8) topped the Badgers (16-5) in a 3A District 1 first-round matchup at North Idaho College.
Kellogg advanced to the district title game against Timberlake while Bonners Ferry faces Priest River in a loser-out game, both on Wednesday.
Timberlake 75, Priest River 20: McKeeley Tonkin scored 14 points and the Tigers (18-3) defeated the Spartans (4-17) in a 3A District 1 first-round matchup at North Idaho College.
Lilly Kelley scored 13 points while Shelby Starr added 10 points for Timberlake.
Timberlake advanced to the district championship game Wednesday against Kellogg, while Priest River moves to a loser-out game against Bonners Ferry on Wednesday.
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