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GSL girls: Mt. Spokane remains undefeated with win over Mead in ‘Cat Fight’ rivalry game

From staff reports

Mt. Spokane 64, Mead 41: Niveya Henley scored 13 of her 21 points in the first quarter and the visiting first-place Wildcats (15-0, 7-0) handled the Panthers (7-8, 3-6) in the Greater Spokane League rivalry week “Cat Fight” on Tuesday.

Behind Henley, the Wildcats raced out to a 17-7 lead after the first. A basket by Alyssa Powell midway through the third put Mt. Spokane up by 20.

Aspyn Adams had 17 points and Jayda Noble added 14 for Mt. Spokane, which is rated No. 1 in 3A by the WIAA RPI system.

Erica Nessen led Mead with 14 points.

North Central 61, Shadle Park 26: Quincy McDeid scored 21 points with three 3-pointers to lead the Indians (8-7, 3-4) over the Highlanders (1-14, 1-6) in the “Groovy Shoes” rivalry week game at the Arena.

NC scored the first nine points in the game, led 17-3 after one quarter and 29-8 at intermission. The Indians hold a two-game advantage over Shadle Park for the second seed in the 3A district tournament.

Katelyn Pomerinke led the Highlanders with eight points.

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