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Roundup: Boulder City rallies to top Western

Updated January 16, 2019 - 9:31 pm

Boulder City’s flag football team scored three-second half touchdowns on Wednesday to rally for a 26-25 home win over Western.

Makaela Perkins completed 23 of 36 passes for 206 yards and three TDs to lead the Eagles.

Elizabeth Taggard had 11 catches for 98 yards and two TDs, and R’yann Reese had six catches for 60 yards and a score for Boulder City.

Jasmyn Curl added 108 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries for Boulder City.

Clarissa Sitko had 10 tackles, and Reese had seven tackles for the Eagles.

Moapa Valley 12, Mojave 6 — At Overton, Jerzie Anderson scored two rushing touchdowns as the Pirates beat the Rattlers.

Anderson had 126 yards on 13 carries, including TD runs of 60 and 3 yards.

Green Valley 20, Tech 0 — At Tech, Deborah Grant rushed for 110 yards on nine carries, including a pair of second-half touchdowns, to lead the Gators over the Roadrunners.

Sidney Rood threw a TD pass to Anna Grave de Peralta for Green Valley, which scored all 20 points in the second half.

Anna Marie Arce had 11 tackles, and Hannah Serquina had five sacks for the Gators.

Adriana Carrrillo intercepted two passes for Tech.

Coronado 20, Liberty 6 — At Coronado, Kaylin Hall threw three touchdown passes a the Cougars topped the Patriots.

Hall was 17-for-31 passing for 157 yards. She was intercepted three times.

Sydnee Hansen had eight catches for 84 yards and a touchdown, and Jaelyn Eisenhart and Emma Logsdon each added a TD catch for Coronado.

Eisenhart also rushed for 97 yards on 11 carries.

Foothill 40, Basic 6 — At Foothill, Whitley Brow scored four touchdowns and intercepted three passes as the Falcons topped the Wolves.

Brown had seven catches for 144 yards and four TDs. Ron Gibbs completed 19 of 22 passes for 188 yards and four scores, and Brooke Lynch threw two TD passes for Foothill.

Morgan Melton and Allie Williams each added a TD catch for the Falcons.

Del Sol 19, Chaparral 12 — At Del Sol, Stephanie Tewart threw TD passes of 14, 10, and 20 yards to Janeth Varela as the Dragons defeated the Cowboys.

Valerie Perez rushed for 89 yards on 15 carries, and teammate Kassandra Medina-Bernal ran for 58 yards on eight carries for Del Sol, which led 13-12 at halftime.

Desert Pines 53, Rancho 12 — At Desert Pines, Neveah Johnson rushed for 278 yards and four touchdowns, and Zali Downton had 11 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns to help the Jaguars cruise by the Rams.

Legacy 27, Canyon Springs 18 — At Legacy, Kyndal Thorns-Tureaud rushed for 91 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries as the Longhorns topped the Pioneers.

Esther Sanchez added 14 carries for 66 yards and a touchdown for Legacy. Mikaela Nunez had four catches for 64 yards, 12 tackles and an interception for the Longhorns.

Canyon Springs’ Alexis Mathis had 16 carries for 167 yards and two touchdowns.

Sunrise Mountain 24, Valley 14 — At Sunrise Mountain, the Miners overcame a 7-6 halftime deficit to beat the Vikings.

Las Vegas 24, Cheyenne 14 — At Cheyenne, the Wildcats defeated the Desert Shields.

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