On Monday, Valley’s boys basketball team knocked off two quality opponents by attacking the basket and getting high-percentage shots.
A 2-3 zone is often seen as a passive defense. But not the way Valley played it on Monday.
With eight minutes to play Saturday, Las Vegas High’s boys basketball team was cruising to an easy win to capture its pool in the Las Vegas Prep Championship.
Basic’s boys basketball team has suffered some ugly losses in the early going this season, but coach Leonard Taylor still thinks his team can compete for a league title.
It’s not often that a team that loses in the semifinals finds a way to win a tournament.
Green Valley boys basketball coach Lorenzo Jarvis was asked what he was most proud of Saturday, and his answer consisted of six sentences. In that span, Jarvis used the word “fight” five times.
Palo Verde’s boys basketball team already had played two games this week, so coach Paul Sanchez was a bit apprehensive about his team heading into its opener in the Foothill Holiday Classic on Friday.
Carl Crayon scored 23 points Thursday as Eldorado’s boys forced overtime with a last-second shot and went on to beat host Bonanza, 64-62.
Darrian Traylor scored 29 points Tuesday as Centennial’s boys basketball team overcame an early double-digit deficit to nip host Palo Verde, 87-85 in overtime.
Ulises Santillan made a layup with three seconds to play to lift Cheyenne’s boys basketball team to a 52-51 victory over visiting Spring Valley on Friday.