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Prep roundup: Mead girls, Mt. Spokane boys earn spilt of “Pack the Palace” rivalry games

From staff reports

Roundup of Thursday’s high school basketball action from the Greater Spokane League.

Girls basketball

Mead 54, Mt. Spokane 37: Teryn Gardner scored 14 points, Addison Wells Morrison added 13 and the visiting Panthers (14-3) beat the Wildcats (10-9) in the schools’ nonleague rivalry game “Pack the Palace.”

Natalie Braun added 10 points for Mead, which led by just one at halftime.

Abby Priddy led Mt. Spokane with 11 points.

Northeast A

Deer Park 55, Colville 41: Darian Herring scored 18 points, Allie Garry added 12 and the visiting Stags (18-2, 12-0) beat the Crimson Hawks (12-6, 7-5). Deer Park earned the top seed and a bye in the first round of the District 7 1A tournament.

Lakeside 59, Medical Lake 28: Avery Haff scored 21 points with 11 rebounds and the Eagles (13-7, 7-6) beat the visiting Cardinals (7-13, 4-8). Ayanna Tobeck added 13 points with eight steals for Lakeside. Delaney Gunther led Medical Lake with 13 points. 

Riverside 66, Newport 48: The Rams (7-13, 2-10) beat the visiting Grizzlies (0-17, 0-12). Details were unavailable. 

Boys basketball

Mt. Spokane 70, Mead 37: Maverick Sanders scored 22 points and the Wildcats (18-1) beat the visiting Panthers (10-9) in the late game.

Ryan Lafferty added 16 points and Andrew Rayment had 15 for Mt. Spokane.

Kolby Bumpas led Mead with nine points.

Northeast A

Lakeside 73, Medical Lake 44: Calvin Mikkelsen scored 18 points with three 3-pointers to lead four in double figures and the Eagles (10-9, 8-3) beat the visiting Cardinals (1-19, 1-11). Kaleb Cain scored 21 points with four 3-pointers for ML.

Colville 46, Deer Park 43: Colbie McEvoy scored 15 points and the Crimson Hawks (6-13, 6-6) edged the visiting Stags (11-8, 8-4). Ian Stapf led Deer Park with 23 points. 

Riverside 66, Newport 43: The Rams (4-14, 3-9) beat the visiting Grizzlies (5-15, 4-10). Details were unavailable.