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GSL boys: Ferris tops Central Valley to secure No. 2 seed to District 8 tourney

Jan. 29, 2019 Updated Tue., Jan. 29, 2019 at 9:33 p.m.

From staff reports

Reece Van Lierop scored 18 points, Cole Omlin added 14 and Ferris (14-5, 9-4) beat visiting Central Valley (11-8, 7-6) 56-47 in Greater Spokane League action on Tuesday.

The win locked the Saxons, ranked No. 7 by the WIAA RPI system, into the No. 2 seed from the Greater Spokane League to the District 8 4A tournament next week.

CV is tied with University for the third and fourth seeds with one game left. U-Hi owns the tiebreaker via a series sweep over the Bears.

Luke Sukut led CV with 12 points and Josh Wilson added 11.

Gonzaga Prep 62, Lewis and Clark 37: Anton Watson scored 25 points and the No. 2-ranked Bullpups (17-2, 13-0) downed the visiting Tigers (7-12, 4-9). Sheadon Byrd scored 15 points and Carter Sonneborn added 11 for G-Prep. Xavier Guillory led LC with 12 points.

University 72, Mead 47: Marcus Lenker and Logan Dreher scored 17 points apiece and the Titans (12-7, 7-6) topped the visiting Panthers (3-16, 2-11). Logan Phillips added 13 points for U-Hi, while Tyson Rogalette led Mead with 14 points.

Mt. Spokane 88, Shadle Park 70: Jerry Twenge scored 23 points with four 3-pointers and the No. 2-ranked Wildcats (18-1, 10-1) beat the visiting Highlanders (10-9, 3-8). Spencer Barrera scored 18 points, while JT Smith and Tyson Degenhart added 13 apiece for Mt. Spokane. Jake Groves led Shadle Park with 22 points.

North Central 42, Rogers 39: Leon Sayers scored 18 points and the visiting Indians (9-10, 5-6) edged the Pirates (4-16, 1-10). Maks Babich scored 13 points and Ethan Kaesemeyer added 11 for Rogers.

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