No matter how you spell it, there’s no getting around the fact that Sydney Emory had a career night.
The Central Valley junior guard, whose name has been misspelled more times than cited correctly in box scores this season, had a career-high 28 points to lead the Bears past the visiting University Titans 60-55 in Greater Spokane League girls basketball play Tuesday.
Emory scored the game’s first six points on 3-pointers. She also made 9 of 9 foul shots as the struggling and defending champion Bears improved to 4-7 overall, 3-6 in league.
CV made 23 of 25 foul shots. The Bears also received 21 points from Brooke Gallaway.
Hallie Gennett led the Titans (5-6, 4-5) with 13 points and Lexi Clark and Cassie Shillam had 12 each.
Gonzaga Prep 61, Mt. Spokane 38: Another win for the league-leading Bullpups (10-1, 9-0) another stellar defensive effort.
The visiting Bullpups put the defensive clamps on as the Wildcats (4-6, 3-6) had no answer. Lindsay Stockton led G-Prep with 19 points.
Lewis and Clark 46, North Central 36: The Tigers (9-1, 8-1) got 22 points, five rebounds and three steals from Devyn Galland over the visiting Indians (6-5, 5-4).
Riley Holsinger led NC with 22 points. Hayley Hendricksen led LC with 10 rebounds.
Shadle Park 59, Mead 48: The Highlanders (8-3, 7-2) opened a 31-19 lead by halftime over the Panthers (7-4, 5-4) at Mead.
Aleisha Hathaway led Shadle with 19 points. Taylor Ingebritsen had 12 points and five rebounds and Kalee Junkermier had 11 points for Mead.