Posted On: 02/11/20 11:57 PM

The Kamiakin Braves found themselves in unfamiliar territory with a loser-out game in February. Representing the Mid Columbia Conference, (MCC) Kamiakin had to take on North Central of the Greater Spokane League (GSL). Neither team has deep playoff ambitions with a lot of young and inexperienced players in the game, but loser out scenarios always make for some competitive battles down to the wire.

Kamiakin hung on to a lead throughout the game winning 50-39, but North Central did show a lot of fight to the very end. Kamiakin improved their overall record to 5-16 on the year and North Central finished their season at 7-14 overall. This matchup was not flooded with prospects like some of the other games I have covered throughout the season, but there was still some prospective future college players that did stand out from start to finish.

2021 5'8 CG Regan Clark was very impressive for Kamiakin. She had to sit out a chunk of the season due to injury, but her return gives Kamiakin some much needed help in the backcourt. Clark hit two threes, made 5/6 free throws and scored in the paint and midrange to round out her game-high

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