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ROUNDUP: Washko’s last-ditch effort sends Skyhawk boys by Gators

Frank Washko hit a baseline jumper as time expired Thursday to lift Silverado’s boys basketball team to a 68-67 victory over visiting Green Valley.

Washko, who scored six points, helped the Skyhawks erase a 13-point deficit entering the fourth quarter.

Justin Johnson paced Silverado with 29 points, and teammate David Ware scored 16.

Durrell McDonald led Green Valley with 27 points.

Devan Kohn had 14 points for the Gators, and Clyde Austin scored 10.

Coronado 97, Basic 91 — At Basic, Lamar Walker’s tip-in forced overtime, and the Cougars eventually outlasted the Wolves in two extra periods.

Coronado trailed 72-69 in the closing seconds of regulation when Sam Bittner went to the line to shoot free throws.

Bittner missed the first, hit the second, then deliberately missed the third, allowing the 6-foot-11-inch Walker to tip in the rebound.

Basic trailed 77-76 as time wound down in the first overtime, but a Coronado foul sent Chandler Kamai to the line to shoot two with 0.5 seconds left. Kamai hit one free throw to force the second overtime, in which Coronado outscored Basic 20-14.

Michael Louder led Coronado with 27 points. Nate Webb added 15 points, and J.P. Cadena and Dominique Muhammad each scored 13 for the Cougars, who were 34-for-56 from the free-throw line.
Devonte Boyd paced Basic with 20 points. Jalen Rose scored 15, and Isaiah Villaros 14 for the

Wolves, who got 13 points from Kamai and 10 points from Corey Lewis. Basic had three starters foul out during the first overtime.

Liberty 53, Tech 33 — At Tech, Rhandy Tomlinson posted 12 points to help lead the Patriots past the Roadrunners.

Kyle Kaleb added 10 points for Liberty.

Bryan Catenza led Tech with eight points.

Foothill 74, Del Sol 55 — At Del Sol, Brannon Cresanto scored 12 points to lead 13 scorers as the Falcons cruised to a win over the Dragons.

Darren Buckles added nine points for Foothill, which used a 24-8 first-quarter burst to pull away.

Max Prescott tallied 23 points to lead Del Sol, which got 11 points from Chris Marshall and 10 points from Nate Kirschbaum.

Valley 77, Chaparral 47 — At Valley, Caleb Carter scored 15 points, and the Vikings used a 30-12 third-quarter run to rout the Cowboys.

Spencer Mathis added 14 points, and Daniel Young had 10 rebounds for Valley.

Paul Chitogco scored 14 points, and Jared Celestine added 11 points for Chaparral.

Las Vegas 82, Sunrise Mountain 54 — At Las Vegas High, Juwan Major scored 18 points, and the Wildcats went on a 19-4 burst in the second quarter to down the Miners.

Traven Yancey added 14 points for Las Vegas.

Charles Manning led Sunrise Mountain with 12 points.

West Jordan (Utah) 74, Canyon Springs 53 — At Orem, Utah, Jordan Loveridge tallied 21 points, and the Jaguars raced to a 43-19 hafltime lead and cruised by the Pioneers in the opening round of the Great Western Shootout tournament.

Gerad Davis led Canyon Springs with 20 points, and teammate Shaquille Carr added 11 points.
 

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