Hat tip to the Spokesman-Review's Sportslink: "Expectations were met when Greater Spokane League boys basketball heavyweights Shadle Park and Gonzaga Prep squared off Tuesday night in a contest befitting title contenders. The showdown took an electric performance by Anthony Brown, beyond the standards he’d heretofore already set, to lift the host Highlanders to the 64-60 win, tying the pair for first place with 13-2 records. "People got their money’s worth," said Shadle coach Tim Gaebe said. "It was a great game." What did Brown do for Shadle? In the game’s final 4 minutes, 26 seconds alone, with his team trailing 51-46, Brown scored twice, including a four-point play that put Shadle ahead for good at 54-52." Brown had 30 points in the win for Shadle Park.