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GSL Opening Night: Rehkow Scores 21 in CV's Win Over Mead

Austin Rehkow had 21 points in Central Valley's win over Mead on Tuesday (Photo: SWX) Austin Rehkow had 21 points in Central Valley's win over Mead on Tuesday (Photo: SWX)
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SPOKANE, Wash. -

Austin Rehkow stole the show, leading his Central Valley Bears to a GSL-opening win over Mead Tuesday night.

Rehkow scored 21 points to lead all scorers in the Bears' 61-54 home win. Junior forward Beau Byus added 17 points.

Sophomore Brandon Petterson scored a team-high 17 for the Panthers.

Central Valley is at Lewis & Clark on Friday, Mead hosts Rogers.


Girls Hoops: Lenhart Scores 20 in Ferris' Win Over UHigh

Kaley Lenhart scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Ferris past University 59-57 Tuesday night in Spokane Valley. The Saxons improved to 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in league play.

Kayleigh Valley scored a game-high 24 for the Titans.



GSL Scoreboard:


Central Valley 61, Mead 54
University 42, Ferris 39
Gonzaga Prep 58, Shadle Park 35
Lewis & Clark 62, North Central 50
Mt. Spokane 60, Rogers 42



Lewis & Clark 68, North Central 36
Mt. Spokane 64, Rogers 36
Mead 54, Central Valley 45
Ferris 59, University 57
Gonzaga Prep 79, Shadle Park 51


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