Lynnae Wilds scored the go-ahead basket with two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, and Spring Valley’s supporting cast carried them to a 62-56 victory over host Green Valley in the championship game on Wednesday night.
Kayla Harris scored with eight seconds remaining to cap a late comeback, and the defending Division I-A state champion Grizzlies pulled out an intense 60-58 victory at Green Valley.
Las Vegas didn’t make its first basket of the second half until 3:02 remained in the game, but still rallied to top visiting Rancho 50-49 for third place in the Las Vegas Prep Championship. Woodbridge (Calif.) beat El Toro (Calif.) 44-43 in the championship game.
Using a box-and-one defense on Deja Siaki, Rancho limited the senior guard to 10 points and rolled to a 42-24 victory over Silverado to finish unbeaten in pool play at the Gator Winter Classic at Green Valley.
Mitchell Rausch scored 16 points, and Woodbridge topped host Las Vegas 57-48 in the semifinals of the Las Vegas Prep Championship.
Foothill went on a 10-0 run midway through the fourth quarter to get back into the game on the way to a 56-49 win over Legacy in the Las Vegas Prep Championship at Las Vegas High.
Brooke Haney finished with 15 points and eight rebounds, and the host Gators forced 37 turnovers in a 68-22 victory over Cheyenne during pool play at the Gator Winter Classic.
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Chaparral scored just two points in the final 3:30 of overtime, and the Layton Christian’s Lovisa Humla made her only three baskets in the extra period to lift the Eagles to a 64-59 win over the Cowboys at Mountain View.
Marcia Hawkins scored 13 of her game-high 22 points in the second half Tuesday to lift Chaparral’s girls basketball team to a 55-36 win over South El Monte (Calif.) in the semifinals of the Vegas Invitational at Mountain View.