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CV Remains Unbeaten, Wins Stinky Sneaker

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SPOKANE, Wash. -- Austin Rehkow's clutch free throws down the stretch helped Central Valley (13-0, 11-0 GSL) overcome Brett Bailey's 26 points in a 53-45 win over University on Tuesday night.  Rehkow finished the night with a team-high 19 points, 11 of which came from the free throw line.  The win keeps Central Valley's perfect record intact, having won each of its first 14 games after ending last season with a 48-42 loss to Davis in the 4A State Championship game.

The Central Valley girls defeated University 41-38 in the early game at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, getting 13 points from Mariah Cunningham and 10 more from sophomore Madison Hovren.  Kayleigh Valley led the Titans with a game-high 17 points along with 7 rebounds.

The Bears also won the coveted "Stinky Sneaker," presented to the spirit competition winner in the annual rivalry between the Spokane Valley high schools.

 

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Boys basketball

  • Wilbur-Creston 51, Republic 41
  • Mt. Spokane 58, Ferris 54
  • Mead 62, North Central 37
  • Gonzaga Prep 60, Lewis and Clark 56
  • Shadle Park 68, Rogers 62
  • Pullman 60, East Valley 46
  • Clarkston 65, West Valley 51
  • Colville 51, Deer Park 36
  • Northport 48, St. Michael's 40
  • Coeur d'Alene 63, Lakeland 50
  • Central Valley 53, University 45
  • Priest River 58, Freeman 45
  • Kamiah 61, Colton 36
  • Medical Lake 41, Riverside 30
  • Liberty 63, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 51
  • Colfax 49, Reardan 35
  • Lakeside (WA) 62, Newport 40
  • Chewelah 65, Kettle Falls 23
  • St. George's 59, Davenport 42
  • Coeur d'Alene Charter 71, Kootenai 41
  • Northwest Christian 66, Springdale 23
  • Girls basketball

  • St. Michael's 54, Northport 41
  • Central Valley 41, University 38
  • Medical Lake 54, Riverside 42
  • Lakeside (WA) 57, Newport 38
  • Kettle Falls 49, Chewelah 39
  • Northwest Christian 52, Springdale 27
  • Freeman 50, Priest River 33
  • Colton 45, Kamiah 29
  • Lake Roosevelt 68, Liberty Bell 22
  • Tekoa-Oakesdale 45, Potlatch 31
  • Reardan 67, Colfax 63
  • Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 58, Liberty 55
  • Coeur d'Alene Charter 50, Kootenai 33
  • Wilbur-Creston 66, Republic 46
  • Pomeroy 49, Asotin 40
  • St. George's 36, Davenport 23
  • Lake City 46, Moscow 45 (OT)
  • Shadle Park 70, Rogers 17
  • Sandpoint 44, Timberlake 38
  • Mt. Spokane 54, Ferris 51
  • Gonzaga Prep 65, Lewis and Clark 60 (OT)
  • Mead 52, North Central 33
  • Colville 62, Deer Park 16
  • Pullman 64, East Valley 46
  • West Valley 64, Clarkston 42
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