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ROUNDUP: Nelson’s double-double sends Coronado boys past Basic

Austin Nelson had 25 points and 10 assists to lead Coronado’s boys basketball team to an 87-53 home victory over Basic on Tuesday.

Nelson scored 16 points in the second quarter as the Cougars outscored Basic 34-13 to build a 48-28 halftime lead.

Michael Louder added 12 points and nine rebounds, and Adam Schmitt chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds for the Cougars.

DeVonte Boyd led the Wolves with 15 points.

Valley 71, Chaparral 50 — At Valley, Angelo Coleman had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead the Vikings past the Cowboys.

Jarrett Coleman and O’Neil Brauthigam each added 12 points for Valley, which outrebounded Chaparral 36-25.

Devonte’ White led the Cowboys with 18 points.

Canyon Springs 102, Rancho 68 — At Canyon Springs, Jared Brandon had 19 points, six steals and three rebounds, and Chris Willis added 14 points and eight rebounds as the Pioneers blew past the Rams.

Trey Evans scored 14 points, and Donald Anderson had 13 points for Canyon Springs, which led 61-26 at the half and 88-40 after three quarters.

Ciaran Subira paced the Rams with 14 points.

Eldorado 83, Desert Pines 58 — At Desert Pines, DaQuon Thrower had 22 points, and Markeith Floyd scored 21 as the Sundevils rolled past the Jaguars.

Najee McIver led Desert Pines with 18 points.

Foothill 57, Del Sol 40 — At Foothill, Greg Cox hit three 3-pointers en route to 18 points to lead the Falcons past the Dragons.

Foothill led 20-7 after one quarter.

James Johnson had 11 points and David Day added 10 to lead Del Sol.

Liberty 79, Tech 53 — At Liberty, Aaron Navitsky scored 32 points to lead the Patriots past the Roadrunners.

Daniel Filimona added 11 points for Liberty, which led 34-14 at the half.

Manny Gonzales had 24 points and Michael Johnson supplied 14 for Tech.

Silverado 73, Green Valley 62 — At Silverado, David Ware scored 21 points and Ruben Jackson contributed 18 to give the Skyhawks a win over the Gators.

Bryan Marberry added 13 points for Silverado, which used a 26-16 fourth-quarter run to pull away.

Austin Tebbs and Earl Thompson each had 17 points, and Keiannte Wilkins scored 16 to lead Green Valley.

Las Vegas 78, Sunrise Mountain 48 — At Sunrise Mountain, Travon Langston scored 24 points  as the Wildcats drubbed the Miners.

Juwan Major had 14 points, and Hasaan Henderson and Phil Dunigan each scored 11 for Las Vegas.

Jalal Hall paced Sunrise Mountain with 14 points.

Moapa Valley 82, Enterprise (Utah) 43 — At Overton, Casen Lewis and Hayden Cooper each scored 15 first-half points, helping the Pirates to an easy win over the Wolves.

Lewis finished with 20 points, including four 3-pointers, and Cooper scored 19 for Moapa Valley, which led 51-21 at the half.

Adelson School 74, Indian Springs 27 — At Adelson School, Mendy Berrebi scored 14 points and Gabi Bornstein had 12 as the Lions cruised to an easy win over the Thunderbirds.

Matthew Hampson and Ross Behrin each added 11 points for Adelson.

Brock Roadhouse led Indian Springs with 16 points, and Chasen Malden contributed eight points for the Thunderbirds.
 

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