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Bailey, Titans Edge Gonzaga Prep, 52-51

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Brett Bailey scored 14 points in the Titans win over Gonzaga Prep (Photo: SWX) Brett Bailey scored 14 points in the Titans win over Gonzaga Prep (Photo: SWX)
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SPOKANE -- The University Titans extended their win streak to five games as they knocked off the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups, 52-51 on Thursday night. Brett Bailey was fresh off his GSL Record-Breaking 47 point performance against Rogers. The San Diego bound senior followed up with a game-high 14 points as University improves to 12-6 on the season, 11-5 in the GSL and at the top of the 3A standings. Meanwhile, the Bullpups drop to 14-4 overall, 13-3 in league play and in 2nd place in the 4A standings.

University travels to Lewis & Clark this coming Tuesday, while G-Prep heads to Rogers.

Boys basketball

  • University 52, Gonzaga Prep 51
  • Ferris 58, North Central 29
  • Lewis and Clark 51, Mt. Spokane 33
  • Central Valley 67, Rogers 46
  • Shadle Park 45, Mead 42
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  • Ferris 47, North Central 36
  • Mead 70, Shadle Park 59
  • Lewis and Clark 55, Mt. Spokane 49
  • Gonzaga Prep 52, University 46
  • Central Valley 62, Rogers 34
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