Roman Rose scored 22 points as Boulder City advanced to the Class 3A boys basketball championship game with a 53-49 win over Fernley on Friday at Cox Pavilion.
Boulder City (22-7) was outscored 15-3 in the third quarter but recovered with a 22-14 advantage in the fourth. Boulder City will meet Elko at 10:50 a.m. Saturday for the state championship.
Jett Caudle led Fernley (18-10) with 22 points.
No. 1N Elko 53, No. 2 Somerset Losee 28 — Michael Klekas scored 20 points as the Indians eliminated the Lions.
Isaiah Dahl added 14 points for Elko (25-2). Jordan Finley led Somerset Losee (20-5) with nine points.
No. 1S The Meadows 66, No. 2N West Wendover 31 — At Lawlor Events Center, Jake Bevacqua scored 24 points, and the Mustangs dominated throughout.
The Meadows (23-4) had 12 players score and led 42-14 at halftime to advance to the championship game against Incline at 1 p.m. Saturday.
No. 1N Incline 61, No. 2S Democracy Prep 57 — Torak Valosek scored 23 points as the Highlanders rallied for the win.
Incline (24-2) outscored Democracy Prep 18-10 in the third quater to take the lead and held on in a back-and-forth fourth. Tru Coleman led Democracy Prep (20-10) with 19 points.
It’ll be an all-Southern Nevada final, after GV Christian beat Mineral County 60-45 and Pahranagat Valley beat Pyramid Lake 48-35 in the 1A semifinals at Chaparral.
GV Christian and Pahranagat Valley will play for the title at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Cox Pavilion.
No. 2N Spring Creek 40, No. 1S Moapa Valley 38 (OT) — At Cox Pavilion, Sydney Reese scored 14 points, but the Pirates’ late-game comeback was for naught.
Moapa Valley (25-3) outscored Spring Creek 12-4 in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Payge Walz scored 13 points for Spring Creek (23-5), which will meet Lowry in the championship game at 10 a.m. Saturday.
No. 1N Lowry 54, No. 2S Pahrump Valley 42 — Savannah Stoker scored 22 points, and the Buckaroos opened the fourth quarter on a 10-0 run to pull ahead for good.
Lowry (26-3) also got 17 points from Emily Backus. Tayla Wombaker scored 15 points to lead Pahrump Valley (26-3).
No. 1S Lincoln County 54, No. 2N Battle Mountain 39 — At Lawlor Events Center, Vanessa Robison and Abby Mathews scored 19 points apiece, and the Lynx advanced to the state championship game.
Lincoln County (23-3) jumped out to a 16-5 lead after the first quarter. The Lynx will meet Incline for the title at 11 a.m. Saturday. Brynnlee Freeman led Battle Mountain (18-7) with 15 points.
No. 1N Incline 55, No. 2S Calvary Chapel 36 — Olivia Bell scored 20 points, but it wasn’t enough to hand the Highlanders their first loss.
Elley Tippins led Incline (23-0) with 18 points. The Highlanders outscored Calvary Chapel (18-4) 26-14 in the second half.
It will be an all-Northern Nevada final after Pyramid Lake beat Pahranagat Valley 61-27 and Coleville beat Round Mountain 48-20.
Pyramid Lake and Coleville will play for the title at 1:40 p.m. Saturday at Cox Pavilion.