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GSL girls: Central Valley knocks off Lewis and Clark in battle of top 10 teams

Jan. 8, 2019 Updated Tue., Jan. 8, 2019 at 9:43 p.m.

From staff reports

Central Valley 72, Lewis and Clark 61: Tomekia Whitman scored 23 points with eight rebounds and the Bears (10-2, 6-1) defeated the visiting Tigers (10-3, 5-2) in Greater Spokane League action on Tuesday.

LC entered play rated No. 3 in 4A by WIAA’s RPI, while CV was No. 6.

Mady Simmelink and Camryn Skaife added 12 points apiece and MJ Bruno had 10 for CV.

Jacinta Buckley paced LC with 19 points, while Kaylee Bishop, Andie Zylak and Arianna Reeves added 12 points apiece.

Gonzaga Prep 74, Rogers 20: Adelyn Derzay scored 23 points and the Bullpups (9-4, 4-3) cruised past the visiting Pirates (0-12, 0-5).

Riley Cusack added 18 points and Julia McIntyre had 10 points with 12 rebounds for Gonzaga Prep. Regina Flemming led Rogers with eight points.

University 69, Mead 53: Kinsley Barrington scored 20 points, Jackson McCliment-Call added 17 and the visiting Titans (10-3, 5-2) topped the Panthers (6-7, 2-5).

Elli Boni added 12 points for U-Hi, while Erica Nessan led Mead with 17 points and Olivia Moore had 14.

Mt. Spokane 75, North Central 32: Emily Nelson scored 15 points, Niveya Henley added 14 and the Wildcats (13-0, 5-0) handled the visiting Indians (7-6, 2-3).

Asypn Adams added 11 points with three 3-pointers for Mt. Spokane, rated No. 1 in 3A by the WIAA’s RPI.

Quincy McDeid led NC with 14 points.

Ferris 55, Shadle Park 40: Mayson Younger scored 14 points and the visiting Saxons (6-7, 1-6) defeated the Highlanders (1-12, 1-4).

Izzy Boring led Shadle Park with 16 points.

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