Lexie Hull scored 26 points and Central Valley (18-0, 13-0 GSL) ran past visiting Ferris (3-15, 2-11) 69-18 on Tuesday in Greater Spokane League girls basketball play.
CV clinched the league crown outright with one game remaining against Gonzaga Prep.
Lacie Hull and Camryn Skaife added nine points apiece for the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s No. 1-rated team, who held the Saxons scoreless in the first quarter.
Ashland Campbell led the Saxons with six points.
University 69, Mead 44: Ellie Boni and Claire Dingus scored 22 points apiece and the visiting Titans (13-6, 10-3) beat the Panthers (7-12, 5-8).
Jordynn Hutchinson led Mead with 15 points.
The Panthers committed only 13 fouls, but many led to free throws for the visitors. University knocked down 19 of 24 shots from the foul line.
University was whistled for 15 fouls, but the Panthers finished just 5 of 12 from the line.
The Titans came into the game rated at No. 20 in Washington, just ahead of Union HS (Camas) and Rogers HS (Puyallup).
Gonzaga Prep 64, Lewis and Clark 50: Kerynica Keyes scored 20 points and the visiting Bullpups (12-7, 8-5) upset the Tigers (12-7, 10-3).
Gonzaga Prep drained nine 3-pointers, led by Keyes with five.
Jacinta Buckley scored 13 points to lead Lewis and Clark.
Free-throw shooting played a large roll for the Bullpups, who outscored the Tigers 19-8 from the line.
Lewis and Clark entered the contest rated No. 14 in the state, 19 spots higher than the 33rd-rated Bullpups.
Mt. Spokane 67, Shadle Park 41: Aspyn Adams scored 23 points with seven 3-pointers and the visiting Wildcats (10-9, 6-5) defeated the Highlanders (2-17, 1-10).
Avery Adams (four 3-pointer) and Emily Nelson (6 for 8 from the free-throw line) added 12 points apiece for Mt. Spokane.
Jillian Groves led Shadle Park with 17 points on five 3-pointers with two points from the line.
North Central 63, Rogers 20: Quincy McDeid scored 14 points and the Indians (11-9, 6-5) rolled past the visiting Pirates (1-18, 0-11).
North Central had six players knock down 3-pointers, led by McDeid with four.
Savanna Wickering led Rogers with nine points on three 3-pointers.
The winner of North Central’s showdown at Mt. Spokane on Thursday will earn the top seed in the GSL 3A race.
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