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GSL girls: Mady Simmelink connects from long distance to help Central Valley beat Gonzaga Prep

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Mady Simmelink scored 15 points, all on five 3-pointers in the second quarter, and visiting Central Valley (9-2, 5-1) downed Gonzaga Prep (8-4, 3-3) 61-38 on Friday.

Tomekia Whitman added 14 points with 16 rebounds for the Bears.

“I just saw that I was open and needed to knock down some shots,” Simmelink said. “I felt it tonight, I guess.”

“We were out of rhythm there in the first quarter,” CV coach Ryan Bragdon said. “We just had to get comfortable with everything and just kind of got back to ourselves and started penetrating and kicking and getting those open looks on the outside.”

Demi Howlett led the Bullpups with nine points.

Mt. Spokane 78, Shadle Park 22: Aspyn Adams scored 25 points and the visiting Wildcats (12-0, 4-0) routed the Highlanders (1-11, 1-3). Katelyn Pomerinke led Shadle with 10 points.

University 89, Ferris 55: Ellie Boni scored 21 points and the visiting Titans (9-3, 4-2) handled the Saxons (4-7, 0-6). Kinsley Barrington scored 19 points and Tyler McCliment-Call added 17 for U-Hi. Mayson Younger led Ferris with 21 points.

Lewis and Clark 72, North Central 33: Jacinta Buckley scored 17 points, Kaylee Bishop added 15 and the Tigers (10-2, 5-1) routed the visiting Indians (7-5, 2-2). Kyara Sayers led NC with 15 points.

Mead 67, Rogers 21: Daysha Melendez scored 13 points, Erica Nessen added 12 and the visiting Panthers (6-6, 2-4) beat the Pirates (0-11, 0-4). Ziona Combs led Rogers with eight points.

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