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Dec. 30 Girls Basketball Box Scores

Carson 43, Arbor View 32
CARSON: Collins 6, Smith 4, McAllister-Daggs 14, Matley 7, Seivers 6, Saarem 4, Barrett 2. Totals 17 7-16 43.
ARBOR VIEW: Louch 10, Valenzuela 6, Strode 9, Embleton 2, K. Rasore 5. Totals 11 8-15 32.
Carson         17    12    9    5    –43
Arbor View    7    13    3    9    –32

Centennial 50, West (Calif.) 47
WEST: Kiehm 6, Trudeau 4, Nitake 14, Yamashiro 4, Chase 16, Fujioka 3. Totals 17 8-11 47.
CENTENNIAL: J. Brown 13, S. Brown 8, Workman 14, S. Barber 2, P. Barber 11, Jordan 2. Totals 15 15-22 50.
West                7    12   12    16    –47
Centennial    10    12     9    19   
50

Centennial 83, Reno 61
RENO: Hascheff 10, Richards 3, Sobrio 20, Schulze 3, Gough 15, Woods 6, McGwire 4. Totals 21-56 10-14 61.
CENTENNIAL: Jordan 3, J. Brown 22, P. Barber 14. S. Brown 15, S. Barber 2, Williams 8, Hicks 2, Workman 15. Totals 32-73 10-15 83.
Reno             15    15    11    20    –61
Centennial    16    18    26    23    –83

Douglas 36, Moapa Valley 27
DOUGLAS: Regalado 13, Macias 7, Cleveland 12, Cage 4. Totals 14 8-20 36.
MOAPA VALLEY: Noto 9, H. Leavitt 2, Mills 4, P. Leavitt 5, Jackson 3, Reid 2, Wilson 2. Totals 11 2-11 27.
Douglas            9     6   15     6    –36
Moapa Valley    4   10     3   10    –27

Mira Costa (Calif.) 45, Coronado 30
MIRA COSTA: S. Austin 4, Reese 2, Mills 7, Humphrey 2, M. Austin 6, Peneueta 7, Chan 3, Tondo 3, Tojo 4, Lewis 2, Savino 2, Ikehara 3. Totals 18 4-5 45.
CORONADO: Melone 6, Brown 4, Washington 9, Smith 2, Feldman 1, Green 2, Snoblen 2, Kearney 4. Totals 8 12-22 30.
Mira Costa    11   10    12   12    –45
Coronado       5     7    12     6    –30

Reno 69, Liberty 58
RENO: Hascheff 18, Sobrio 10, Gough 23, Woods 4, McGwire 14. Totals 21 22-29 69.
LIBERTY: Stiff 17, Nacua 6, Monroe 14, Evans 5, Cochran 4, S. Clark 8, M. Clark 2, Tauala 2. Totals 22 9-15 58.
Reno       22   13    18    16    –69
Liberty    14     9    11    24    –58

Shadow Ridge 40, Western 24
SHADOW RIDGE: DaPra 2, Perez 5, Hurley 2, Starks 3, Nicolson 2, Thomas 8, Santifer 2, Brooks 16. Totals 15 9-10 40.
WESTERN: Smith 4, Ford-Wheaton 6, Herrera 4, Jordan 5, Williams 5. Totals 8 7-14 24.
Shadow Ridge    5   14    13    8    –40
Western               4     4    12    4    –24

Spring Creek 51, Valley 46
SPRING CREEK: Siri 17, Estes 4, Allen 4, Grinsell 13, Edwards 8, Thompson 7. Totals 21 6-12 51.
VALLEY: Hicks 2, Wharton 13, Bryant 4, Cabanero 12, Fullow 6, Payne 4, Thomas 5. Totals 18 9-13 46.
Spring Creek    14    12    13    14    –51
Valley                  7    11    16    12    –46

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