Riley Holsinger scored 16 points, Hailey Markham-Patti added 14 and the North Central girls (7-4, 4-1) handed Lewis and Clark (7-4, 5-1) its first GSL loss this season, 45-38 Tuesday at LC.
The Tigers brought the game even at 29 after the third quarter, but could not stop NC. The Indians built a seven-point lead in the fourth, hitting 14 of 19 free throws to secure the upset victory.
Gonzaga Prep 61, Mt. Spokane 51: Lindsay Stockton scored seven of her 19 points in the second quarter and the Bullpups (7-4, 3-3) outscored the Wildcats (2-9, 1-4) 21-8 in that frame to build a 14-point halftime lead at G-Prep. Tia Presley scored a game-high 20 for G-Prep.
Ferris 51, East Valley 33: Alex Quann led with 11 points and the visiting Saxons (2-9, 1-5) opened things up in the second half with a 25-9 edge over the Knights (3-8, 2-3) to earn their first GSL victory of the season.
Mead 70, Rogers 17: Taylor Ingebritsen tallied a game-high 21 points and Chenise Pakootas added seven points, nine boards and five assists for the Panthers (8-3, 4-2), who jumped out to a 24-2 lead after one quarter against the Pirates (0-11, 0-5) and rolled to the win at Mead.
University 50, Shadle Park 44: Kayleigh Valley scored five of her eight points in the fourth quarter and Zoe Scott hit a go-ahead 3-pointer in the period that gave the Titans (4-7, 2-4) the lead for good against the Highlanders (7-4, 4-1), toppling them from the ranks of the GSL’s unbeaten in league play at U-Hi.
Shadle Park 63, University 56: Brett Boese led four Highlanders (9-2, 5-0) in double figures with 20 points and the SP remained unbeaten in GSL play by fending off the Titans (5-6, 2-4) at U-Hi. Kyle Bailey topped the Titans with 18 points.
Gonzaga Prep 86, Mt. Spokane 37: Ryan Nicholas scored 27 points and added 15 rebounds and the Bullpups (10-1, 5-1) held the Wildcats (1-10, 0-5) scoreless for 12 minutes in the second half, outscoring them 51-16 after the break at G-Prep.
North Central 47, Lewis and Clark 43: The Tigers (4-7, 2-4) pulled to within one with 22 seconds remaining, but the Indians’ (6-5, 4-1) Dylan Harris hit 3 of 4 free throws the rest of the way to seal the win at LC. Ed Richardson scored 15 to lead the Indians, while Levi Taylor led LC with 14 points.
Mead 78, Rogers 55: Aaron Dunn tallied 18 points and nine boards, Brendon Myers added 16 points and seven assists and the Panthers (7-4, 5-1) broke loose early against the visiting Pirates (6-5, 2-3), scoring 20 points off 20 Rogers turnovers.
Ferris 55, East Valley 50: The Knights (2-9, 1-4) led by three with 2 minutes remaining but didn’t score the rest of the way as the Saxons (6-5, 4-2) rallied behind 19 points from Taylor Kamitomo at EV.