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ROUNDUP: Peterson lights up from 3 as Desert Shields run past Chargers

Jamal Peterson hit five 3-pointers en route to 27 points Thursday to lead Cheyenne to an 83-73 win over Clark in the Legacy Tip-Off Classic.

Bryan Laws had 13 points, and Gary Stewart scored 12 for the Desert Shields.

Bryan McGriff had 30 points for Clark, and teammate Diontae Jones added 11.

Legacy 69, Durango 54 — At Legacy, Cardon Harris and Zach Lane each had 17 points to lead the Longhorns past the Trailblazers in the Legacy Tip-Off Classic.

Joe Tuss scored 18 points to lead Durango, which was held to six points in the second quarter.

Dartangan Rollins and Chris Mellor each added 12 points for the Trailblazers.

Agassi Prep 76, Mojave 70 — At Legacy, Kalin Jackson had 28 points to help the Class 2A Stars beat the Class 4A Rattlers in the Legacy Tip-Off Classic.

Terrell Kemp added 27 points for Agassi Prep.

Marcus Hines had 28 points to lead Mojave. Deon Walters scored 18 points and Justin Smith supplied 10 for the Rattlers.

Francis Parker (Calif.) 60, Bonanza 51 — At Legacy, Dalante Dunklin had 18 points to lead the Lancers past the Bengals.

Ashton Howard led Bonanza with 19 points, and Rio Chandler scored 15 for the Bengals.

Eldorado 62, Foothill 60 — At Eldorado, Markeith Floyd scored 21 points, and the Sundevils overcame a 48-45 deficit after three quarters to nip the Falcons.

D.J. Billingsley added 14 points, and Jayveon Brown supplied 10 for Eldorado.

Brannon Cresanto, Greg Cox and Darren Buckles each had 10 points for Foothill.

Las Vegas 72, Cimarron-Memorial 62 — At Cimarron-Memorial, Hasaan Henderson scored 24 points, and Phil Dunigan added 19 points as the Wildcats defeated the Spartans.

Juwan Major chipped in 14 points for Las Vegas, which led 20-11 after one quarter.

Arin Henderson had 23 points for Cimarron, which got 14 points from Erik Brewer and 10 points from Tyler Willinsky.

Canyon Springs 45, Faith Lutheran 33 — At Canyon Springs, Gerad Davis supplied 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals, and the Pioneers took an 18-6 first-quarter lead and downed the Crusaders.

Shaquille Carr added 10 points for Canyon Springs.

D.J. Manning led Faith Lutheran with 12 points.

Chaparral 59, Boulder City 44 — At Chaparral, Kamron Alexander had 23 points and 13 rebounds, and the Cowboys used a 21-11 fourth quarter to pull away from the visiting Eagles.

Raequan Charingto added 11 points, and Sequen Charingto supplied 10 points for Chaparral.

Kaleb Railey led Boulder City with 11 points.

Sunrise Mountain 81, Moapa Valley 47 — At Sunrise Mountain, the Miners had five players in double figures as they ran past the Pirates.

Stephon Nathan led the way with 15 points for Sunrise Mountain. Fharhaad Zinnamon (13), Jason Ford (11), Rodney Williams (11) and Charles Manning (10) also scored in double-digits for the Miners.

Ben Stanly led Moapa Valley with 16 points.

Tech 57, Smith Valley 44 — At Hawthorne, Dalton Webb tallied 16 points to lead the Roadrunners to a win in the Mineral County Tournament.

Elijah Robertson added 12 points for Tech, which overcame a 22-21 halftime deficit.

Incline 63, Tech 35 — At Hawthorne, the Highlanders jumped to a 32-13 halftime lead and cruised by the Roadrunners in the Mineral County Tournament.

Manny Vieites led Tech with nine points.

Virgin Valley 76, North Valleys 67 — At Winnemucca, Will Lara scored 14 points, and Tyson Teerlink added 13 points to help lead the Bulldogs to a win over North Valleys in the Lowry Tournament.

Nolan Tanner added 10 points and 13 rebounds for Virgin Valley, which led 41-34 at the half.

Humberto Urias and Dee Bowler each supplied 11 points for the Bulldogs.

Adelson School 62, Sandy Valley 59 — At Adelson School, Rob Blackwell had a game-high 20 points as the Lions edged the Sidewinders.

Mendy Berrebi added 15 points, and Ross Behrin scored 14 for Adelson, which led 54-38 going into the fourth quarter.

Ryan Hagan had 19 points to lead Sandy Valley. Brandon Hughes scored 17 and Randal Spencer had 15 points for the Sidewinders.

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