Just minutes after a narrow win against Valley on Tuesday, Canyon Springs girls basketball coach Dorothy Kendrick and star guard Cherise Beynon smiled and embraced before heading into the locker room.
No state championships will be decided when Bishop Gorman meets Findlay Prep in boys basketball today. But it’s not exactly an exhibition game, either.
Here’s what kind of night it was for Canyon Springs’ Gerad Davis on Wednesday. The 6-foot-4-inch senior scored 25 points in the first half for the Pioneers. Then at halftime, a female classmate ran onto the court and asked him to the upcoming school dance.
Liberty girls basketball coach Rich Santigate subscribes to a straightforward coaching philosophy. “I was taught you come with everything in the ball bag,” Santigate said, “and you use what you have to use.” On Monday, that turned out to be a change in defense.
During pregame introductions, the public-address announcer at Clark’s boys basketball games calls senior forward Diontae Jones “Does It All.”
Ryan Fretz is in his first season as the boys basketball coach at Desert Oasis. But he still had the date memorized: February 8, 2012.
Sierra Vista’s boys basketball team walked off the court with a 75-68 win over Palo Verde on Thursday to move to 2-0 in the Northwest League.
Centennial boys basketball coach Todd Allen was hoping the Bulldogs would put away Cimarron-Memorial when they had the chance with about three minutes remaining in regulation.
Rancho’s girls basketball team has made its mark with a patient offense and fantastic defense. In the fourth quarter Tuesday, Canyon Springs gave the Rams a painful dose of their own medicine.
Through three quarters, Sunrise Mountain’s girls basketball team was being dominated on the glass.