Roundup of Wednesday’s high school sports action from the Greater Spokane League and across Eastern Washington and North Idaho.
University 59, North Central 53: Conrad Bippes scored 18 points, Jeremiah Sibley added 17 and the Titans (12-4, 5-1) defeated the Wolfpack (4-10, 1-3) in a GSL 4A/3A game.
Andrew Harle led NC 16 points and hit four 3-pointers, Donovan Renz added 13 and Jacori Ervin had 10.
Rogers 65, East Valley 54: Geremiah Hilburn scored 21 points, Tavionce Trammell added 19 and the Pirates (1-11, 1-3) beat the visiting Knights (5-9, 1-3) in a GSL 2A game.
Diezel Wilkinson scored 17 points for EV.
Shadle Park 65, Moses Lake 50: Makai Daniels scored 23 points and added 15 rebounds and the visiting Highlanders (4-10) beat Moses Lake (5-8) in a nonleague game.
Kohlby Sorweide added 11 points for Shadle Park.
Colville 74, Riverside 58: Rhett Foulkes scored 26 points and the Crimson Hawks (12-3, 5-2) defeated the visiting Rams (2-11, 1-4) in a Northeast A game.
McKennon Floener added 17 points for Colville. Jordan Nortz led Riverside with 14 points.
Liberty 81, Chewelah 28: London Foland scored 16 points, Tayshawn Colvin added 15 and the Lancers (12-2, 5-0) defeated the Cougars (0-13, 0-7) in a Northeast 2B game.
University 73, North Central 25: Eliannah Ramirez and Paige Jess scored 12 points apiece and the Titans (6-9, 3-3) topped the Wolfpack (2-12, 0-4) in a GSL 4A/3A game.
West Valley 67, Rogers 16: Chloe DeHaro scored 19 points and the visiting Eagles (12-1, 4-0) beat the Pirates (1-11, 1-3) in a GSL 2A game.
Aliyah Henry added 14 points for WV. Jalayla Brown led Rogers with eight points.
Colville 35, Freeman 32: Mckenna Reggear scored the go-ahead basket with 90 seconds to go, BrookLynn Martin hit a 3-pointer to seal the win and the Crimson Hawks (13-1, 6-0) defeated the Scotties (10-5, 5-2) in a Northeast 1A League game.
Reggear finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Jaycee Goldsmith led Freeman with 11 points.
Liberty 97, Chewelah 14: Teagan Colvin scored 30 points in the first three quarters and the Lancers (12-1, 5-1), who only dressed seven for the contest, defeated the visiting Cougars (1-10, 0-6) in a Northeast 2B League game.
Ellie Denny added 20 points and Grace Grumbly had 19 for Liberty.
Kettle Falls 45, Davenport 36: Mya Edwards hit four 3-pointers and scored 20 points and the Bulldogs (11-4, 7-1) beat the visiting Gorillas (2-11, 1-6) in a Northeast 2B League game.
Lena Waters led Davenport with 13 points.
Mead 39, University 32: Jonathan Mason (160 pounds), Austin Justice (172) and Deklen Agloinga (182) earned wins and the host Panthers (7-0) edged the Titans (5-1) in a GSL 4A/3A dual. Q’veli Quintanilla (152), Elijah Reems (285) and Isaac Rigsby (106) picked up wins for U-Hi.
Mt. Spokane 63, North Central 18: Hudson Buth (145), Jackson Hale (160) and Jaron Liljenquist (195) earned pins and the visiting Wildcats (5-0) beat the Wolfpack (2-3) in a GSL 4A/3A match. Kenndyl Mobley (126) and Andrew Boniecki (138) won for NC.
Ferris 46, Cheney 28: Connor Stearns (182), De’Veion Walter (195) and Hayden Wienclaw (285) won by pin and the visiting Saxons (3-3) beat the Blackhawks (2-3) in a GSL 4A/3A match. Joe Showalter (132) and Tyler Stevens (138) earned pins for Cheney.
Central Valley 63, Gonzaga Prep 13: The Bears (2-2) topped the host Bullpups (1-6) in a GSL 4A/3A dual.
Lewis and Clark 42, Ridgeline 36: Bennett Hendrickson (132), Luke McConnell (138) and Quinnton Flores (285) earned pins and the Tigers (2-5) beat the visiting Falcons (0-5) in a GSL 4A/3A dual. Lincoln Hughes (170) and Preston Wentling (195) picked up pins for Ridgeline.
East Valley 57, Rogers 24: Owen Spendlove (195), Orlando Morales (220) and Antonio Christensen (285) won by pin and the Knights (3-0) beat the Pirates (0-2) in a GSL 2A match at West Valley.
Nam Pham (106) and Htoo Say (120) earned pins for Rogers.
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