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Roundup: Donavan Jackson helps Faith Lutheran top Silverado

Donavan Jackson scored 34 points on Saturday to lead Faith Lutheran’s boys basketball team to an 85-73 road win over Silverado.

Brevin Walter added 16 points, and Raymond Rosolino scored 14 for the Crusaders, who led 30-29 at the half.

Martell Williams had 40 points for the Skyhawks, and teammate Damion Byrd scored 12.

Lincoln County 67, Laughlin 34 — At Panaca, Noah Smith had 12 points and 10 rebounds to help the Lynx defeat the Cougars.

Kobe Kelley had a game-high 16 points for Lincoln County, which led 28-6 after one quarter.

Matthew Hafen added 15 points, and Alex Vincent scored 12 for the Lynx.

Josh Furr led Laughlin with 13 points.

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