Posted On: 01/26/19 4:41 PM

Mt. Spokane (16-1 before the game) has spent much of the season ranked number one or two in the state for 3A, but the big question was how would they respond after a surprising blowout loss to Central Valley. University came into the season with extremely high hopes of competing for a 4A state title with a few transfers and a solid returning core. "U-High" came into the game 13-4, suffering just a three point loss last week to Central Valley. The game was played at University, but the home court advantage did not prove to be enough, as Mt. Spokane had a couple of spurts in the second half that changed the course of the game. Mt. Spokane used timely three point shooting and solid defense in the second half to hold University to just 49 points, while scoring 64 themselves. Both teams are serious contenders come playoff time in their respective class and that is thanks to the amount of prospects present on each team.

2020 Kinsley Barrington, 6'1, PF, University HS- A strong-bodied forward that can finish inside with her left hand. She didn't score at her average rate in this game, but she brings a rebounding

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