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GIRLS BASKETBALL: King’s layup caps Shadow Ridge comeback

Amira King’s layup with three seconds to play gave Shadow Ridge’s girls basketball team a 46-44 road win over Silverado on Friday.

King, Jaylan Johnson and Kaila Hurley scored nine points apiece to lead Shadow Ridge, which trailed 33-25 after three quarters.

Monet Salazar led Silverado with 14 points, and Deja Siaki added 12 points for the Skyhawks.

Foothill 48, Green Valley 46 — At Green Valley, Taylor Turney’s 3-pointer with 1:30 to play gave the Falcons the lead, and they held on to down the Gators.

Foothill did not allow Green Valley to score after Turney’s shot.

Kelsey McFarland had 13 points to lead the Falcons, who trailed 34-28 before opening the fourth quarter with a 6-0 run.

Maggie Manwarren led the Gators with 19 points. Ellee Barton scored 11 for Green Valley.

Virgin Valley 53, Desert Oasis 49 — At Desert Oasis, Bernice Fiso scored 13 points as the Bulldogs held off the Diamondbacks.

Abbie Barnard added 12 points for the Bulldogs.

Mikala Kirby led the Diamondbacks with 24 points.

Arbor View 67, Coronado 49 — At Coronado, Ariona Gill led all scorers with 24 points as the Aggies cruised past the Cougars.

Dana Lewis added 13 points for Arbor View.

Dajah Washington led the Cougars with 13 points, and teammate Grace Green scored 12.

Durango 56, Spring Valley 43 — At Durango, Holly Dierschke scored 14 points to help the Trailblazers defeat the Grizzlies.

Maria Rico added 13 points for Durango, which took over in the fourth quarter. Teammate Jazmin Chavez added nine points, 11 rebounds and nine steals.

Shania Davis led Spring Valley with 14 points, and teammate Jessica Rafay scored 12.

Palo Verde 44, Cheyenne 34 — At Palo Verde, Brooklyn Cruz had 18 points to lift the Panthers over the Desert Shields.

Nallah Thomas-McDade added 11 points for Palo Verde.

Bria Buchanan scored 10 points for Cheyenne, which shot just 14-for-27 from the free-throw line.

Centennial 65, Basic 22 — At Basic, Tramina Jordan scored 15 points to help the Bulldogs roll past the Wolves.

Paige Barber added 13 points and Ioana Ganeva scored 11 for Centennial, which led 36-16 at halftime.

Jayla Brown led Basic with 14 points.

Western 55, Del Sol 41 — At Del Sol, Destiny Gonzalez poured in 29 points to lead the Warriors past the Dragons.

Capricia Pierce and Guadalupe Herrera each added 10 points for Western, which pulled away in the second half.

Sayanna Roy led Del Sol with 21 points.

Chaparral 46, Moapa Valley 27 — At Chaparral, Marcia Hawkins had 16 points and six steals to lead the Cowboys past the Pirates.

Abigail Delgado scored 15 points to help Chaparral.

Matilda Thompson led Moapa Valley with seven points.

Rancho 37, Bonanza 24 — At Rancho, LaKissa Martin had 10 points to power the Rams over the Bengals.

Darje Martin and Kanosha Gray each scored eight for Rancho, which led 15-2 after one quarter.

Tanjanika Hunt had 14 points for Bonanza.

Sunrise Mountain 41, Desert Pines 27 — At Sunrise Mountain, Tyrah Lee had six points, 15 rebounds and seven blocked shots to lead the Miners over the Jaguars.

Chrystian Myles had 11 points to lead Desert Pines.

Clark 62, Las Vegas 37 — At Clark, Bobbi Floyd had 20 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Chargers to a victory over the Wildcats.

Johnice Bland added 19 points and seven steals to help Clark, which seized control early. Teammate Ci’Quadya Belser had 10 points and 16 assists.

Shaleea Butler led Las Vegas with 13 points.

Valley 51, Pahrump Valley 27 — At Pahrump, Kennedy Wharton led all scorers with 17 points as the Vikings rolled past the Trojans.

Zhani Thomas and Gabrielle Cabanero each scored nine points for Valley, which led 25-10 at halftime.

Alyssa Murphy had nine points for Pahrump.

Faith Lutheran 54, Cimarron-Memorial 22 — At Faith Lutheran, Kim Munro scored 18 points, and the Crusaders rolled past the Spartans.

Morgan Hill added 12 points, and Alex Wright scored 11 for Faith Lutheran, which outscored Cimarron 33-16 in the second half.

Ashli Tyus paced Cimarron with 10 points.

Legacy 55, Mojave 13 — At Mojave, Carolina Rahkonen scored 15 points as the Longhorns dominated the Rattlers.

Darria Gray had six points to lead Mojave, which trailed 31-9 at halftime.

Boulder City 36, Tech 28 — At Tech, Jana Williams scored 11 points and Whitney Barlow added 10 points to lead the Eagles to a win over the Roadrunners.

The Eagles trailed 19-18 at halftime, but took control of the game after a 12-5 third-quarter run.

Clarissa Szluha led the Roadrunners with 11 points.

Calvary Chapel 36, Needles 30 — At Calvary Chapel, Phallen Nelson scored 11 of her 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Lions over the Mustangs.

Calvary Chapel trailed 23-22 going into the fourth quarter.

Nelson also had 10 rebounds and nine steals for the Lions.

Brenna Chavez led Needles with nine points.

Lincoln County 56, The Meadows 28 — At Lincoln County, Savannah Harr led the way with 12 points as the Lynx dominated the Mustangs.

Kaiya Massey had 11 points for The Meadows, which was held scoreless in the fourth quarter.

Tonopah 50, Indian Springs 41 — At Indian Springs, Madison North scored 15 points as the Muckers downed the Thunderbirds.

Ashley Gray added 10 points for Tonopah.

Hannah Thormahlen had 15 points and seven steals for the Thunderbirds, and teammate Caroline Stark had seven points and 13 rebounds.

Lund 36, Sandy Valley 34 — At Sandy Valley, the Mustangs outscored the Sidewinders 18-7 in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Lund outscored Sandy Valley 26-10 in the second half.

Mountain View 42, Laughlin 21 — At Laughlin, Rose Adkins and Kiley Murphy scored 10 points apiece to help the Saints get by the Cougars.

Diana Durazo scored seven points to lead Laughlin.

Pahranagat Valley 61, Parowan (Utah) 34 — At Parowan, Kimberly Lewis had 19 points to lead the Panthers to the easy win.

Kennedy Huntsman addeed 12 points for Pahranagat Valley, which led 17-0 after one quarter and 33-4 at the half.

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