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Roundup: Dominique Ford, Diamondbacks rally past Green Valley

Dominique Ford scored 30 points Monday to help the Desert Oasis boys basketball team rally for a 78-72 win at Green Valley.

Cade Savell scored 21 points, and Evan Lake scored 12 points for the Diamondbacks, who outscored Green Valley 31-17 in the fourth quarter to win the game.

Zachary Hammer scored 13 points to lead the Gators, and teammate Koby Hawley added 11 points.

Palo Verde 52, Desert Pines 49 — At Palo Verde, Kade Madsen scored 14 points to help the Panthers hold off the Jaguars.

Harlan Nichols added 12 points for the Panthers, who had four fouls to give in the final eight seconds and repeatedly fouled Desert Pines to prevent a potential tying shot.

Cimarron Conriquez led Desert Pines with nine points.

Foothill 78, Legacy 71 — At Foothill, Jace Roquemore scored a game-high 28 points, and helped the Falcons outscore the Longhorns, 29-12, in the fourth quarter to secure a comeback victory.

Collin Russell added 20 points for Foothill, and Dylan Hushaw scored 14.

Rayshon Funches scored 20 points for Legacy. Andrew Garcia added 14 points, and Aaron Holloway and Shamir Chambers each scored 11 for the Longhorns.

Bishop Gorman 79, Sierra Vista 48 — At Gorman, Isaiah Cottrell had 18 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks to lead the Gaels in a rout of the Mountain Lions.

Jonathan Braggs scored 13 points, and Max Allen scored 10 points for the Gaels, who outscored the Mountain Lions 33-19 in the first half.

Isaiah Veal scored 13 points to lead the Mountain Lions. Antonio McCoy had nine rebounds for Sierra Vista.

Canyon Springs 64, Basic 33 — At Canyon Springs, Alexander Spaight led all scorers with 16 points as the Pioneers rolled past the Wolves.

Christopher Ward also scored 11 points for Canyon Springs.

Joren McKeever led Basic with 11 points.

Boulder City 78, SLAM Academy 44 — At Boulder City, Derrick Thomas led all scorers with 28 points as the Eagles rolled past the Bulls.

Ethan Speaker also had 12 points for Boulder City.

Jalen Cunningham led SLAM with 18 points.

Tech 62, Mountain View 29 — At Tech, Zail Lewis led all scorers with 15 points as the Roadrunners rolled past the Saints.

Tech’s Andrew Luong also scored 14 points, and teammate Devin Nelson scored 12 points.

Zack Wood led Mountain View with nine points.

Trinity 47, Liberty Baptist 46 — At Liberty Baptist, the Thunder rallied from an early 17-9 deficit to down the Knights.

Jordan Lozada had 12 points, and Issiah Smith added 11 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists for Liberty Baptist.

Adelson School 69, Laughlin 35 — At Adelson School, the Lions grabbed a 52-17 halftime lead and cruised by the Cougars.

Word of Life 64, Founders Academy 45 — At Founders Academy, the Eagles topped the Centurions.

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