Monthly Archives: February 2005

GSL Boys Update: Feb 3, 2005

Ferris holds off U-Hi in back-and-forth struggle

Ferris 48, University 46
G-Prep 67, Mt. Spokane 59
Shadle Park 67, North Central 55
Central Valley 58, LC 43
West Valley 77, Rogers 68
East Valley 65, Clarkston 48
Cheney 59, Mead 55

Last night’s game was a pretty fun one to watch, but this is no time to get complacent. Tuesday will be another tough day for Ferris and G-Prep as both team try to hang on to first place. The Bullpups play West Valley in what should be their toughest remaining game while the Saxons go up against Mead, a team that needs wins to stay in contention for the 6th and final playoff spot after losing 3 straight. Considering Mead beat G-Prep and only lost to Ferris by 4 in the preseason, I expect them to be a very dangerous opponent the rest of the way out.

GSL Boys Update: Feb 1, 2005

Muddied waters – G-Prep, U-Hi, Ferris share GSL lead

Central Valley 48, Gonzaga Prep 47
Shadle Park 51, Cheney 47
Clarkston 77, Rogers 49
North Central 80, East Valley 62
Ferris 56, Mt. Spokane 44
University 56, Mead 40
West Valley 50, Lewis and Clark 47

CV beat G-Prep the first time around as well, so an upset win last night seemed like a possibility, but with CV struggling of late I thought the chances were still pretty slim. Hats off to the Bears for finding a way to get it done. Ferris gets a chance to make up for their preseason loss to University tomorrow when the two teams square off, but it won’t be easy; the Titans have had the Saxons number the last three times the two teams have met.

GSL Boys Update: Jan 28, 2005

Behind the times once again… here are the GSL results from last Friday:

Central Valley 77, Rogers 50
Ferris 56, Cheney 38
Gonzaga Prep 60, Lewis and Clark 58
North Central 62, Mead 49
Clarkston 48, Shadle Park 41
West Valley 53, East Valley 42

The most surprising game of the bunch had to be G-Prep vs. LC, but the ‘pups pulled it out and that’s all that matters at this point in the season. There are some games ahead that I could still see them potentially losing, but the same goes for University and Ferris, the two teams currently a game behind in second place. As well as G-Prep has managed to play in league to date I’d be surprised if they dropped more than one game out of their last five. One way or another it’s going to be an exciting couple weeks of basketball.