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ROUNDUP: Langston leads four Wildcats in double digits in win at Liberty

Travon Langston led four double-figure scorers with 18 points Tuesday as Las Vegas High’s boys opened their basketball season with a 76-57 win at Liberty.
George Sanico had 17 points, Olynsso Pratt added 13, and Azim Leeks tallied 12 for Las Vegas.
Gio Shelton led Liberty with 14 points. Randy Tomlinson had 13 points, and Aaron Navitsky supplied 11 for the Patriots.
Chaparral 60, Cheyenne 45 — At Chaparral, Devonte’ White scored 20 points, and Aubrey Ferguson added 11 points and 15 rebounds as the Cowboys pulled away from the Desert Shields.
Jermaine Neal chipped in 14 points for Chaparral, which got 15 points from Zach Kirschbaum and eight assists from Kevin Morgan.
Gary Stewart and Khalid Banks scored eight points apiece for Cheyenne.
Centennial 74, Basic 45 — At Centennial, Joe Marshall came off the bench to score 16 points and help the Bulldogs cruise past the Wolves.
Aaseem Dixon had 12 points, Evan Martin supplied 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Justin Jones contributed nine points and 10 rebounds for Centennial, which led 42-22 at the half.
Kyle Taitano and Devonte Boyd had 11 points apiece for Basic.
Virgin Valley 56, Silverado 53 — At Mesquite, Cameron Jensen scored 26 points, and the Bulldogs survived a potential game-tying shot with one second remaining to top the Skyhawks.
Silverado had an open look at a 3-pointer with time winding down, but the shot sailed off the mark.
Keanu Peters paced Silverado with 10 points.
Boulder City 58, Tech 47 — At Boulder City, Nate Hafen drained five 3-pointers, and made 14 of 16 free throws for 31 points as the Eagles topped the Roadrunners.
Ryan McQuillan added 16 points for Boulder City, which used a 15-4 third-quarter run to build a 36-24 lead.
Michael Johnson scored 22 points, and Kilmer Gonzales contributed 10 points for Tech.
Moapa Valley 43, Del Sol 41 — At Overton, Hayden Cooper scored 17 points, and Ben Stanly made two late free throws to help the Pirates nip the Dragons.
Stanly finished with five points and 11 rebounds, and Josh Thompson added nine points for Moapa Valley.
David Day scored 13 points to lead Del Sol.
The Meadows 60, Beatty 54 — At Beatty, Max Newman had 20 points, and Garrett Gosse added 19 points to help the Mustangs hold off the Hornets.
Ivan Maldonado scored 17 points for Beatty, which rallied from a 33-18 halftime deficit. Miky Gaitan added 14 points for the Hornets.
Laughlin 40, Spring Mountain 37 — At Laughlin, Kris Suhr scored 13 points to help the Cougars edge the Eagles.
Devonte Rash added 13 points and nine rebounds for Spring Mountain, which got 11 points from Matthew Trapp.
Lake Havasu (Ariz.) 62, Needles 51 — At Needles, Calif., Lake Havasu used a 17-6 third-quarter run to overcome a 27-22 halftime deficit and down the Mustangs.
Michael Hills had 14 points to pace Needles. Ryan Andrews added 12 points, and Aaron Burns scored 10 for the Mustangs.

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