Omari O’Neal added 13, Alex Bonner 9 and Xeryous Dewberry 7 for SHS, which improved to 5-2 overall as it won its third straight.
While the two teams stood tied 12-all at the end of the first quarter, Spalding led 34-29 at the half before the game headed into the fourth quarter tied 49-all.
“We limited Walton to one shot and we hit our free throws against Walton,” said Spal head coach Kemo Spear. “We attacked them and made them guard us.”
The victory avenges an 88-78 loss on Dec. 1 to Walton at home.
GC boys 71, Dawson Street 46: Jonathan Hammond scored 18 points to lead Crusaders to romp over Dawson Street Friday night in non-region action at home.
Wil Savage furthered Griffin Christian's cause 16 points, 5 assists and 7 rebounds, while Aaron McCray scored 13 points and had 5 assists and David Thomas added 11 rebounds as the Crusaders (7-4 overall) won their third in a row.
In a game that was never much of a contest, Griffin Christian led 20-10 at the end of the first quarter, 45-20 at the half and 61-29 heading into the fourth quarter.
Crusaders head coach Mic Savage pulled starters with 2:00 left in third quarter.