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District 8 girls: Central Valley, Lewis and Clark advance to 4A district title game, Mt. Spokane to 3A championship

From staff reports

Central Valley 65, University 46: Camryn Skaife scored 26 points with a school record eight 3-pointers, MJ Bruno added 16 points and the No. 2-ranked Bears (20-2) beat the Titans (15-7) in the District 8 4A semifinal on Friday.

Central Valley advacnes to plays Lewis and Clark in the 4A championship game on Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Arena.

Tied at intermission, CV used a 22-9 run in the third quarter to pull away.

Tyler McCliment-Call led University with 17 points.

Lewis and Clark 57, Chiawana 25: Andie Zylak scored 16 points, Jacinta Buckley added 13 points with 13 rebounds and the visiting No. 3-ranked Tigers (19-3) beat the Riverhawks (16-6) in a semifinal on Friday.

Chiawana faces Walla Walla in a loser-out at noon on Saturday at the Arena.

Richland 74, Gonzaga Prep 54: Emily Garza scored 22 points and the Bombers (11-10) eliminated the visiting Bullpups (11-10) in a 4A loser-out.

Richland faces University in a loser-out game at 9 a.m. at the Arena.

Grace Hammon led Gonzaga Prep with 15 points, Leah Carney had 14 and Demi Howlett added 13.

Mt. Spokane 69, Kennewick 49: Emma Main led four in double figures with 13 points and the No. 2-ranked Wildcats (20-1) topped the visiting Lions (17-5) in a District 8 3A semifinal.

Mt. Spokane plays Kamiakin in the District 8 3A championship game on Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Arena.

Kennewick hosts Hermiston in a loser-out on Saturday.

Niveya Henley had 11 points while Aspyn Adams and Jayda Noble added 10 apiece for the Wildcats.

Kamiakin 65, North Central 37: Oumou Toure scored 22 points with 10 rebounds, Alexa Hazel added 15 and eight and the Braves (20-1) handled the visiting Indians (12-10) in a 3A semifinal.

North Central hosts Shadle Park in a loser-out on Saturday at 3 p.m.

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