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Prep roundup: Andrew Rayment leads Mt. Spokane boys; Sitara Byrd paces Gonzaga Prep

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 25, 2022

Roundup of Tuesday’s high school sports action from the Greater Spokane League and across Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

Boys basketball

Mt. Spokane 70, Lewis and Clark 48: Andrew Rayment scored 15 points, Maverick Sanders added 12 and the Wildcats (13-2, 3-0) beat the visiting Tigers (5-10, 1-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Landon Lewis led LC with 13 points.

Ferris 57, Ridgeline 31: Trayce Atkins scored 18 points and the visiting Saxons (10-4, 2-2) beat the Falcons (1-12, 0-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game.

Gonzaga Prep 87, North Central 44: Jayden Stevens scored 30 points, Jamil Miller added 19 and the visiting Bullpups (10-6, 5-0) beat the Wolfpack (4-8, 1-2) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Jacori Ervin led NC with 22 points.

University 56, Cheney 38: Jeremiah Sibley scored 31 points and the visiting Titans (11-4, 4-1) beat the Blackhawks (2-11, 0-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Josh Whiteley led Cheney with 16 points

West Valley 61, Pullman 57: Ben Fried hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points, Grady Walker added 12 and the Eagles (12-2, 3-1) beat the visiting Greyhounds (12-2, 3-1) in a GSL 2A game. Jaedyn Brown led Pullman with 27 points and four 3-pointers.

Shadle Park 64, Rogers 54: Jake Wilcox scored 20 points, Kohlby Sorweide added 19 and the Highlanders (3-10, 2-3) beat the visiting Pirates (0-11, 0-3) in a GSL 2A game. Geremiah Hilburn led Rogers with 19 points while Tavionce Trammell had 17.

Clarkston 79, East Valley 43: Austin Steinwand hit four 3-pointers and scored 20 points and the visiting Bantams (8-5, 3-2) beat the Knights (5-8, 1-2) in a GSL 2A game. Maddox Callihan and Luke Holecek led EV with 10 points apiece.

Colville 59, Medical Lake 55: Rhett Foulkes scored 19 points and the visiting Crimson Hawks (12-1, 5-0) beat the Cardinals (5-6, 0-4) in a Northeast A game. Eugene Haas led Medical Lake with 17 points.

Girls basketball

Gonzaga Prep 77, North Central 21: Sitara Byrd scored 18 points, Natalya Gadison added 15 and the visiting Bullpups (13-3, 4-1) beat the Wolfpack (2-11, 0-3) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Marlee Schoeffler led NC with nine points.

Ferris 62, Ridgeline 38: Elliott Hencz and Kacey Spink scored 13 points apiece and the visiting Saxons (11-3, 2-0) beat the Falcons (0-14, 0-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game.

Mt. Spokane 45, Lewis and Clark 23: Bryten Gumke scored 16 points, Destiny Kamalu-Vargas added 10 and the Wildcats (5-8, 2-1) beat the visiting Tigers (8-7, 3-2) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Brooklyn Jenson led LC with 12 points.

University 37, Cheney 32: Katie Christensen scored 15 points, Eliannah Ramirez added 11 and the visiting Titans (5-9, 2-3) beat the Blackhawks (5-10, 1-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game. Tatum Sloan led Cheney with 10 points.

West Valley 45, Pullman 27: Aubrey Lobdell and Aliyah Henry scored nine points apiece and the Eagles (11-1, 3-0 GSL 2A) beat the visiting Greyhounds (3-11, 2-2).

Clarkston 67, East Valley 27: Kendall Wallace hit five 3-pointers and scored 17 points and the visiting Bantams (9-4, 3-1) beat the Knights (0-10, 0-2) in a GSL 2A game. Ellie Syverson led East Valley with 15 points and three 3-pointers.

Shadle Park 50, Rogers 21: Kyleigh Archer scored 17 points, Josey Lawrence added 13 and the Highlanders (2-9, 1-3) beat the visiting Pirates (1-10, 1-2) in a GSL 2A game.

Freeman 51, Riverside 31: Jaycee Goldsmith scored 21 points and the Scotties (9-4, 4-1) beat the visiting Rams (2-7, 0-3) in a Northeast A game.

Colville 53, Medical Lake 44: Jordan True scored 15 points and the visiting Crimson Hawks (12-1, 5-0) beat the Cardinals (5-6, 0-4) in a Northeast A game. Ellie Haas led Medical Lake with 11 points.

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