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Dec. 21 Boys Basketball Box Scores

Bishop Gorman 77, Fort Myers (Fla.) 60
GORMAN: Guzman 2, Allen 16, Parks 11, S. Muhammad 24, Stanley 4, Gray 2, Brown 2, Robotham 3, Carter 6, R. Muhammad 7. Totals 26 18-24 77.
FORT MYERS: Speas 13, Graham 24, Terrien 2, Fundingsland 5, Zahorchak 6, Barjon 6, Thelus 4. Totals 20 16-26 60.
Gorman        22    22    16    17    –77
Fort Myers    11    12    11    26    –60
Bonanza 70, Galena 55
GALENA: Solano 2, Hosmer 3, Wood 2, Kern 2, C. Stewart 4, E. Smith 2, Larson 6, Shively 7, Erickson 6, Copenhaver 14, Poulsen 2.
BONANZA: Figgins 15, King 8, Flores 9, Chandler 6, Campbell 17, Hoyes 2, Sagel 4, Altwebb 5, Harris 4.
Halftime—Bonanza 29, Galena 21
Canyon Springs 77, Redondo Union (Calif.) 53
CANYON SPRINGS: Anderson 2, Webster 12, Thompson 11, Brandon 23, Willis 11, Evans 12, Howard 2, Scott 2, Jones 2. Totals 22-49 28-39 77.
REDONDO UNION: DeMarco 10, Fernandez 3, Bates 11, Wesson 5, Biale 9, Frew 5, Passmore 2, Ichiyama 4, Dursky 2. Totals 21-45 8-13 53.
Halftime—Canyon Springs 40-26.
Cimarron-Memorial 78, Rancho 50
CIMARRON: Barnes 13, Brewer 15, Spillers 12, Brown 8, Gebremeskel 10, Mendoza 8, Barkley 6, Lewis 6. Totals 31 10-14 78.
RANCHO: Silva 1, Hall 14, Subira 13, Darnell 3, Beverly 6, Wasson 6, Hill 4, Garcia 3. Totals 18 10-18 50.
Cimarron    15    22    24    19    –78
Rancho      10    12    15    13    –50
Cimarron-Memorial 58, Lynwood (Calif.) 48
LYNWOOD: Ross 16, Nicholson 2, Melendez 10, Rodriguez 15, Rojo 5. Totals 18 4-8 48.
CIMARRON: Brown 13, Spillers 11, Brewer 14, Barnes 6, Gebremeskel 3, Barkley 5, Lubera 6. Totals 21 12-23 58.
Lynwood      13    6    15    14    –48
Cimarron        9    17    9    23    –58
Coronado 56, Spring Valley 47
SPRING VALLEY: Payton 10, Nowlin 8, Nolan 2, Clancey 10, Woertz 4, Jones 9, Profit 4. Totals 18 9-12 47.
CORONADO: Badillo 7, Culbert 12, Schmitt 10, K. Johnson 2, Nelson 15, Chavez 1, Louder 9. Totals 19 15-20 56.
Spring Valley    18    6    8    15    –47
Coronado            9    11    16    20    –56
Coronado 99, Mojave 82
CORONADO: Badillo 2, Culbert 14, Schmitt 31, Johnson 2, Reed 2, Nelson 18, Chapman 2, Moiseyev 3, Chavez 2, Louder 23. Totals 40 11-15 99.
MOJAVE: Harper 8, Jenkins 13, Lotts 32, Boyd 2, White 1, Walters 10, Lewis 9, Kline 3, Brumfield 2, Dean 2. Totals 33 10-13 82.
Coronado    30    27    18    24    –99
Mojave      24    15    14    29    –82
Del Sol 45, Basic 34
DEL SOL: Gebretekle 10, Fitzpatrick 5, Collins 4, Day 4, Marshall 3, Omer 7, Johnson 12. Totals 17 9-15 45.
BASIC: Taitano 7, Lucero 8, Owens 2, Rose 4, Carducci 7, Brown 2, Miller 2, Bunkley 2. Totals 14 3-7 34.
Desert Pines 81, Melbourne 2 (Australia) 49
DESERT PINES: Saunders 13, Davis 8, McIver 20, Velarde 16, Turner 4, Hill 14, Martin 6. Totals 36 5-11 81.
MELBOURNE: Zappala 4, Evans 6, Green 2, Schultz 2, Kalistu 14, Liu 8, Blangy-Howell 6, Lee 6, Knapp 1. Totals 19 7-10 49.
Halftime—Desert Pines 43-29.
Elgin (Ill.) 62, Centennial 55
CENTENNIAL: Mal. Allen 3, Marshall 6, Dixon 8, DeCastro 5, Vozzola 3, Jones 14, Martin 14, Plunkett 2. Totals 21 10-14 55.
ELGIN: Williams 8, Moore 22, Gilliam 2, Brown 12, Bean 13, Andres 5. Totals 23 13-15 62.
Centennial    11    10    13    21    –55
Elgin              22      6    20    14    –62
Faith Lutheran 80, Melbourne 2 (Australia) 54
MELBOURNE: Oglesby 16, Taylor 3, Campos 17, Hooper 3, Kuany 6, Suand 3, Wilkins 2, O’Brien 2, Catton 2. Totlas 19 6-10 54.
FAITH LUTHERAN: DeSousa 5, Pearson 2, Hicks 9, Stroud 10, Hammer 6, Portaro 4, Pilkington 2, Lubbe 24, Smalls 2, Stevens 6, Thomas 10. Totals 28 23-29 80.
Halftime—Faith Lutheran 41-30.
Foothill 75, Denver East 71
DENVER EAST: Collier 14, Gee 15, Starks 6, Kalac 17, Schneider 3, Whitaker 2, Cardoza 10, Davis 4. Totals 20-55 21-40 71.
FOOTHILL: Yamka 2, Cresanto 23, Ginter 5, Killebrew 4, Cox 18, Montgomery 7, Morris 3, Buckles 4, French 9. Totals 24-50 20-32 75.
Halftime—Foothill 42-31
Green Valley 55, Valhalla (Calif.) 50
GREEN VALLEY: Thorton 12, Wilkins 6, Tebbs 15, Hoisington 5, Thompson 10, Pladera 7. Totals 22-42 6-11 55.
VALHALLA: Butcher 3, Hunter 3, Havird 10, Wilschetz 22, McDonald 10, Hernandez 2. Totals 18-47 11-17 50.
Halftime—Green Valley 27-23.
Gulliver (Fla.) 73, Shadow Ridge 53
GULLIVER: Boschetti 18, Ellis 2, Heckman 6, Roach 2, Edwards 12, Leggett 9, Elam 7, Thomas 15, Cassea 2. Totals 23-42 19-31 73.
SHADOW RIDGE: Brass 1, Tiner 1, Brown 3, Evans 2, Tyler 3, Smith 6, Everage 17, Flowers 7, Ducksworth 13. Totals 19-46 12-19 53.
Halftime—Gulliver 36-19.
Hug 60, Desert Oasis 47
DESERT OASIS: Lianzo 12, Bridges-Lewis 2, Mich’l 31, Bobenhausen 2. Totals 20-56 4-6 47.
HUG: Dupree 2, A. Johnson 11, Brown 14, Williams 13, J. Johnson 5, Dhatt 13. Totals 27-58 2-7 60.
Halftime—Desert Oasis 36-31.
Legacy 69, Las Vegas 66
LAS VEGAS: Dunigan 12, Langston 5, Sanico 8, Henderson 9, Major 9, Yancety 7, Aziz Leeks 4, Azim Leeks 4. Totals 25 14-33 66.
LEGACY: Lane 24, Washington 2, Rhodes 2, Jefferies 2, Galindo 10, Peerson5, Cook 11, Church 4, Harris 7, Hughes 2. Totals 27 11-18 69.
Halftime—34-34
Lincoln (Colo.) 64, Liberty 55
LIBERTY: Tomlinson 6, Earnest 2, Lgasca 7, Delossantos 8, Graves 6, Navitsky 16, Nua 2, Anderson 4, Wilson 2, Filimona 2. Totals 24 3-8 55.
LINCOLN: Logan 4, Zamora 8, Abeyta 22, Dotson 2, Williams 22, C. Vasquez 2, Jurado 2. Totals 20 17-27 64.
Halftime—Liberty 35-19
Palo Verde 62, ThunderRidge (Colo.) 53
THUNDERRIDGE: Arnold 8, Rusk 8, Pagnotta 9, Grover 10, Rodriguez 10, Marucci 3, Baumgarten 1, Lisle 4. Totals 17-45 17-28 53.
PALO VERDE: Winder 23, Matlock 10, Martin 10, King 2, Scott 8, Buchanan 1, Blye 2, William 5. Totals 20-43 15-26 62.
Halftime—Palo Verde 26-25.
Sierra Vista 82, Lynwood (Calif.) 69
LYNWOOD: Ross 9, McBride 4, Patton 5, Nicholson 18, Melendez 23, Rodriguez 7, Rojo 3. Totals 24 18-30 69
SIERRA VISTA: Rogers 12, Jacobs 8, Odabi 2, C. Noma’aea 4, Williams 2, V. Noma’aea 25, Grier 28, Patton 1. Totals 28 22-30 82.
Lynwood       15    23    14    17    –69
Sierra Vista    15    23    20    24    –82
Sierra Vista 74, Rancho 41
RANCHO: Silva 2, Garcia 4, Hill 2, Hall 21, Subira 7, Timpson 5. Totals 16 5-13 41.
SIERRA VISTA: Rogers 5, Jacobs 12, Odabi 5, C. Noma’aea 9, Rouse 2, Williams 7, V. Noma’aea 12, Grier 18, Murphy 4. Totals 29 9-14 74.
Rancho         14    9    11    7    –41
Sierra Vista    31    9    20    14    –74
Silverado 61, Mojave 49
MOJAVE: Chee-Ping 6, Boyd 5, Walters 2, Brumfield 4, Lotts 24,  Harper 4, Jenkins 4. Totals 19 7-14 49.
SILVERADO: Marberry 8, El-Takrori 2, Wiley 8, Jackson 9, Johnson 12, Ware 14, McKay 8. Totals 24 10-15 61.
Mojave      6    18    7    18    –49
Silverado    22    10    4    25    –61
Spring Valley 57, Silverado 53
SPRING VALLEY: Payton 6, Nowlin 19, Nolan 7, Clancey 15, Woertz 4, Jones 6. Totals 18 19-28 57.
SILVERADO: Jackson 28, Johnson 9, Ware 9, Marberry 6, McKay 1. Totals 18 19-23 53.
Spring Valley    16    17    9    15    –57
Silverado             9    11    14    19    –53
Valley 74, Arbor View 65
VALLEY: Kessee 27, Carter 22, Coleman 7, Thomas 6, Finley 5, Coleman 5, Arbalaez 2, Brauthigam 1. Totals 26 16-22 74.
ARBOR VIEW: Johnson 19, Ealy 12, Martin 11, Claxton 11, Bright 10, Hammond 2. Totals 25 14-23 65.
Halftime—Arbor View 30-28

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