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Dowd Lifts Gonzaga Prep Over Ferris 58-57

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SPOKANE - Sam Dowd's 20 points helped Gonzaga Prep earn the fourth victory of the season in a tight one with Ferris 58-57.

With both teams tied at 27 points at halftime, the Bullpups came up with a run in the 3rd quarter to take a five point lead. Ferris bounced back in the 4th to keep things close, but it was Gonzaga Prep holding on to win 58-57.

The Saxons were led by Cody Benzel with 19 and Jensen Rye with 14.

Both teams have games next Thursday. For Gonzaga Prep, they travel to Mt. Spokane, while Ferris hosts Mead.

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  • Chewelah 63, Riverside 46
  • Medical Lake 65, Kettle Falls 36
  • Freeman 51, Newport 43
  • Timberlake 65, East Valley 46
  • Mt. Spokane 67, North Central 40
  • Lake City 44, Coeur d'Alene 40
  • Gonzaga Prep 58, Ferris 57
  • Mead 62, University 58
  • Lewis and Clark 57, Rogers 56
  • Central Valley 59, Shadle Park 46
  • Selkirk 68, St. Michael's 50
  • Valley Christian 56, Cusick 39
  • Curlew 60, Columbia 32
  • Reardan 47, Davenport 44
  • Colfax 50, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 45
  • Wilbur-Creston 48, Republic 43
  • St. George's 60, Northwest Christian 44
  • Kootenai 66, Mullan 41
  • Liberty 58, Springdale 31
  • Pullman 60, Lakeland 46
  • Girls basketball

  • Gonzaga Prep 79, Ferris 61
  • Lewis and Clark 67, Rogers 27
  • University 44, Mead 43
  • Shadle Park 54, Central Valley 51
  • Mt. Spokane 48, North Central 45
  • Coeur d'Alene 49, Lake City 17
  • Columbia 65, Curlew 28
  • Cusick 72, Valley Christian 29
  • St. Michael's 48, Selkirk 41
  • Springdale 36, Liberty 32
  • Pullman 54, Lakeland 32
  • Colfax 57, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36
  • Mullan 43, Kootenai 32
  • Colton 56, Grangeville 14
  • Reardan 60, Davenport 19
  • Northwest Christian 60, St. George's 24
  • Wilbur-Creston 46, Republic 41
  • Medical Lake 51, Kettle Falls 44
  • Riverside 49, Chewelah 46
  • Post Falls 51, West Valley 31
  • East Valley 59, Timberlake 26
  • Freeman 54, Newport 37
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