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FLAG FOOTBALL: Del Sol wins defensive battle with Tech

A first-half 20-yard touchdown pass from Angel Jones to Leslie Cobix provided the only scoring Wednesday as Del Sol’s flag football team edged Tech at home, 7-0.

Sierra Brooks had three sacks, and Angel Hodges added two more for Del Sol.

Cora Butorac and Saleena Quichocho each recorded an interception for the Dragons.

Virgin Valley 26, Boulder City 13 — At Mesquite, Kallie Graves completed 14 of 19 passes for 156 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 36 yards and a score to power the Bulldogs by the Eagles.

Madison Cheney caught all three touchdowns and finished with 107 yards receiving, and Dylan Bryant caught an 11-yard TD strike for Virgin Valley, which led 20-0 at halftime.

Bryant also led the defense with six tackles.

Durango 47, Spring Valley 13 — At Spring Valley, Deszarai Bellender ran for 320 yards and five touchdowns on 12 carries to power the Trailblazer by the Grizzlies.

Kiana-Capri Wilcox had three carries for 105 yards and a TD and also threw a scoring pass to Nayeli Silva-Kahalewai for Durango, which led 27-0 at halftime.

Chaparral 34, Moapa Valley 13 — At Chaparral, Vanessa Sanchez caught four passes for 110 yards to help the Cowboys take down the Pirates.

Chaparral’s Alyssa Porras had a hand in three touchdowns, rushing for two and throwing one.

Rancho 20, Valley 13 — At Valley, the Rams scored in the second overtime to top the Vikings.

Heather Robinson caught two touchdown passes in the second half for Valley.

Sierra Vista 14, Bonanza 13 — At Sierra Vista, the Mountain Lions built a 14-0 lead and held off the Bengals.

Jamie Kalaau-Sunia hauled in a touchdown catch in the first half, and teammate Courtney O’Neal supplied a rushing TD in the second half for Sierra Vista.

Las Vegas 38, Eldorado 0 — At Eldorado, Briana Alarcon scored three touchdowns to power the Wildcats by the Sundevils.

Kuira Shipman added two scores, and teammate Megan Adamson supplied a TD for Las Vegas.

Desert Oasis 26, Clark 0 — At Desert Oasis, LillyAna Ghanem caught two touchdown passes to lift the Diamondbacks over the Chargers.

Dominique Korschinowski led the Desert Oasis defense with five tackles and a sack. Alyssa Chautla had two sacks for the Diamondbacks.

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