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GSL boys: Shamrock Campbell, Ferris too much for CV

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 30, 2018

Staff reports

Shamrock Campbell scored 22 points and visiting Ferris (16-3, 10-3 GSL) downed Central Valley (10-9, 8-5) 56-41 on Tuesday night in a Greater Spokane League boys basketball game.

The Saxons, the sixth-rated team in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association RPI ratings, are trying to hold off Lewis and Clark for second place among 4A teams.

Ferris holds a one-game lead heading into the final league game on Thursday. Ferris and Lewis and Clark split their two league games this season, meaning if the Saxons win, they grab the second spot.

Grant Hannan led Central Valley with 10 points.

Mt. Spokane 73, Shadle Park 49: Cole Hattenburg scored 15 points and the visiting Wildcats (14-5, 7-4) beat the Highlanders (6-12, 2-9).

Tyson Degenhart added 14 points for the Wildcats, who have already clinched the best record among 3A teams.

Logan Liddicoat led Shadle Park with 14 points, including a 3-pointer and 5-for-6 shooting from the free-throw line.

University 70, Mead 49: Boston Tacke scored 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and the visiting Titans (10-9, 5-8) rolled past the Panthers (3-16, 1-12).

Logan Dreher added 11 points with three 3-pointers for University, which drained nine 3s.

Tyson Rogalette led Mead with 13 points.

North Central 65, Rogers 58: Leon Sayers scored 17 points and the Indians (10-10, 3-8) defeated the visiting Pirates (7-12, 3-8).

Evan Nomee sank eight 3-pointers and scored 26 points to lead Rogers.

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