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Lewis & Clark boys hold on to beat Ferris in Rubber Chicken game

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    Lewis & Clark girls fend off Ferris; CV wins GSL crown

    Lewis & Clark girls fend off Ferris; CV wins GSL crown

    Friday, February 12 2010 6:49 PM EST2010-02-12 23:49:15 GMT
    The Lewis and Clark girls ended a two-game losing streak Thursday night, beating Ferris 78-51 in the yearly Rubber Chicken spirit game.More >>
    The Lewis and Clark girls ended a two-game losing streak Thursday night, beating Ferris 78-51 in the yearly Rubber Chicken spirit game. Daisy Burke led the Tigers with 16 points. Kiara King scored 12 for the Saxons. Despite the win, the Tigers go into the district tournament next week as a No. 2 seed and will play No. 3 Gonzaga Prep on Tuesday.More >>

Chris Wilson sent up a three-pointer with time expiring to send Ferris into an overtime showdown with Lewis & Clark. He missed the shot. Lewis & Clark controlled the rebound and won the annual Rubber Chicken rivalry game 77-74 in front of a sizeable crowd at Spokane Arena.

Sage Poland, who hadn't scored in double figures all season scored 24 for the Tigers, including four 3-pointers. Levi Taylor also hit four treys and scored 23.

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Wilson hit five 3-point shots for Ferris and scored 19. Jason Bates led the Saxons with 29.

Lewis & Clark will go into the district tournament next week as a No. 4 seed against No. 5 University. Despite losing Thursday, the Saxons will be a No. 3 seed and plan No. 2 Mead on Tuesday.

Gonzaga Prep 63, University 49: Gonzaga Prep wrapped up the regular season Greater Spokane League title with a 63-49 win over University.

"It feels awesome," head coach Matty McIntyre told the Spokesman Review. "How do you top this? I had high expectations to start the year and the kids lived up to it."

Prep goes into the district tournament as a No. 1 seed and will play the winner between University and Lewis & Clark.

More scores from The Spokesman-Review

Mead 59, Central Valley 41: The visiting Panthers started quickly and dominated the second half. Aaron Dunn scored nearly half the points, finishing with 28 to end the young Bears' (6-14, 2-13) season.

Shadle Park 71, Rogers 33: The host Highlanders trailed after a quarter before making short work of the Pirates. They outscored Rogers 61-20 over the final three periods. Robby Douglas scored 23 for Shadle.

North Central 57, East Valley 56: The visiting Indians trailed by nine points after the first quarter but regrouped. Isiah Antoine (20 points) and Ed Richardson (11) combined for 19 of that total in the second half. Steven Millan had 19 points for EV.

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