Posted On: 01/8/20 6:43 PM

Central Valley entered their road game at Mt. Spokane with an impressive 9-1 record and rising ranking in the state for the 4A class. Mt. Spokane probably came in with even more confidence knowing they had a home game coming off of a championship victory from the Schwab Invitational's "The 8" event. In a classic, physical battle between two of the top GSL teams, Central Valley came through with the first punch, leading by double digits most of the first half. Mt. Spokane was up on the ropes, but started firing back in the second half, even taking the lead for the first time with 3:21 in the fourth quarter. In the end, Central Valley had a little more scrap in them and would go on to win 58-55 behind an under-recruited star. 

D2's Listen Up!

2020 6'2 PG Jayce Simmons (Feature image) has steadily been making his presence felt this season, but this game was huge for him to show he can play and help his team beat some of the best teams the state has to offer. The smooth point guard finished with 16 points, but he rarely seems to force the issue. He

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