December 18, 2012 - 11:26 pm
Benjie Harris led a balanced attack with 14 points, and Todd Murdock added 13 points Tuesday to help Legacy’s boys basketball team nip host Desert Oasis, 69-65.
Khari Sloane added 12 points, and Donovan Gray scored 11 for the Longhorns, who got 10 points from Frederick Porter.
Kodi Leslie paced the Diamondbacks with 13 points, and Noah Jefferson and Latrell Freeman each scored 10.
Bishop Gorman 70, Bonanza 55 — At Bonanza, Stephen Zimmerman scored 17 points, and the Gaels jumped out to a 36-17 halftime advantage en route to the win.
Rashad Muhammad had 15 points, and Noah Robotham scored 13 for Gorman.
Rio Justice Chandler paced Bonanza with 18 points. Cameron Ladson scored 13 and Anthony Flores 10 for the Bengals.
Centennial 90, Cimarron-Memorial 65 — At Cimarron, Marcus Allen scored 31 points to help the Bulldogs cruise past the Spartans.
Malcolm Allen added 28 points for Centennial, which led 28-4 after the first quarter.
Tony Harrison led Cimarron with 11 points, and teammate Amani Gill scored 10.
Clark 66, Pahrump Valley 53 — At Pahrump, Sir Washington tallied 25 points, and the Chargers used a 21-4 third-quarter run to erase a 29-25 halftime deficit and beat the Trojans.
Malcolm Davis added 12 points, and Carter Olsen and Ty’Rek Wells each had 10 points for Clark.
Quon Cotton had 17 points, and Dalton Beighley scored 16 for Pahrump.
Desert Pines 75, Tech 27 — At Desert Pines, Tim Hough, Terrell Moore and Kevin Butler scored 10 points apiece to help the Jaguars rout the Roadrunners.
Alfonso Sanchez-Guzman scored eight points to lead Tech, which trailed 30-3 after the first quarter.
Mojave 67, Western 24 — At Western, the Rattlers ran to a 20-5 lead after one quarter and rolled over the Warriors.
Jahlonn Williams had 15 points, and Jason Wallace scored 14 for Mojave.
Travis Dunn and Darion Murray each had seven points for Western.
Enterprise (Utah) 58, Moapa Valley 52 — At Overton, Justin Prisbrey and Taylor Whitman each had 17 points, and the Wolves used a 24-10 fourth-quarter run to rally past the Pirates.
Landon Willard scored 13, and Bunker Wimer had 12 points for Moapa Valley, which got 11 points from Justin Hughes.
Mountain View 73, Needles 66 — At Mountain View, Joseph Guevarra scored 15 points to lead a balanced attack as the Saints downed the Mustangs.
Travis Wallace and Adonis Morris tallied nine points each for Mountain View.
Devin Truscott led all scorers with 20 points for Needles, which also got 15 points from Phillip Chavez and 14 points from Wyatt Upshaw.
Spring Mountain 45, Laughlin 43 — At Laughlin, Christopher Munro nailed a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining to lift the Golden Eagles over the Cougars.
Monroe finished with nine points, and teammate Roemello Tatum scored 14 points to lead Spring Mountain, which overcame a 17-10 first-quarter deficit.
Averie Prosise and David Rain scored 10 points apiece to lead Laughlin.
Baker (Calif.) 36, Sandy Valley 32 — At Baker, Calif., the Braves outscored the Sidewinders 17-7 in the fourth quarter to earn the win.
Logan Shelton and Guillermo Solano each scored eight points to lead Sandy Valley.