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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Las Vegas downs Valley 51-34

Raymoni Bordenave led all scorers with 15 points as the Las Vegas High girls basketball team defeated host Valley 51-34 on Friday.

Armonnie Byrd had 12 points, and Jasmine Perez and Teconna Dyer each scored 11 for Las Vegas.

Valley led 14-11 after the first quarter before the Wildcats used a 15-4 run in the second quarter to go up 26-18 at halftime. Las Vegas outscored the Vikings 14-5 in the fourth quarter.

Jeuzel Pollins led Valley with 14 points.

Canyon Springs 53, Eldorado 16 — At Eldorado, Yemiyah Morris scored 10 points as the Pioneers routed the Sundevils.

Aleza Bell, Ke’Ajanae Haley and Dayonna Maddox each added seven points for Canyon Springs, which held Eldorado scoreless in the first quarter and led 29-6 at halftime.

Kiana Parkes led Eldorado with eight points.

Spring Valley 55, Clark 18 — At Spring Valley, Kayla Harris had a game-high 12 points, and the Grizzlies routed the Chargers.

Alyssa Scott and Lynnae Wilds each had nine points for the Grizzlies, who finished with 29 offensive rebounds.

Monique Daniels led Clark with six points.

Bishop Gorman 56, Durango 21 — At Bishop Gorman, Skylar Jackson had 14 points to lead the Gaels over the Trailblazers.

Angelita Bugay scored 12, and Bentleigh Hoskins and Georgia Ohiaeri each had 10 points for Gorman.

Analiyah Matthews and Rianne Lu each scored eight points to lead Durango.

Legacy 51, Silverado 19 — At Legacy, Rory Carter had 12 points, and the Longhorns opened the game with a 35-1 run en route to the easy win.

Taeha Pankey and C’Aree Stevenson each added 10 points for Legacy, which led 12-1 after one quarter and outscored Silverado 23-0 in the second.

Jasmine Waugh had nine points for Silverado.

Desert Oasis 57, Bonanza 17 — At Bonanza, Dajaah Lightfoot scored 14 points to help the Diamondbacks to an easy victory over the Bengals.

Desert Oasis’ Eliyjah Pricebrooks scored 13 points, and teammate Mikala Kirby scored 10 points.

Kerianne Reilly led Bonanza with six points.

Boulder City 38, Tech 28 — At Boulder city, Julia Worrall had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles over the Roadrunners.

Hannah Estes added 10 points for Boulder City, which outscored Tech 15-5 in the fourth quarter.

Victoria Keane and Melissa Fuller each had seven points for the Roadrunners.

Virgin Valley 45, Chaparral 13 — At Chaparral, Briana Todd scored 10 points to lead the Bulldogs past the Cowboys.

Savannah Price added eight points for Virgin Valley, which led 29-6 at halftime.

Tianna Harrison led Chaparral with five points.

Pahranagat Valley 55, Indian Springs 8 — At Indian Springs, Sarah Back had 11 points and 10 rebounds as the Panthers downed the Thunderbirds.

Lacey Steele, Gracie Carter and Madalyn Taylor each added eight points for Pahranagat Valley. Steele also had 10 rebounds for the Panthers, who held Indian Springs scoreless in the first and third quarters.

Aubree Young led Indian Springs with six points.

Needles 51, Lincoln County 31 — At Needles, California, Brenna Chavez scored 16 points, and Jayne Antone added 15 points to lead the Mustangs over the Lynx.

Needles’ Preslee Murch added 10 points. The Mustangs outscored the Lynx 13-5 in the second quarter to lead 25-16 at halftime.

Sadie Soderborg led Lincoln County with nine points.

Agassi Prep 65, The Meadows 15 — At Agassi Prep, Raylene Thomas scored 22 to lead the Stars in a rout of the Mustangs.

Sharmayne Finley had 15 points for the Stars, who led 42-5 at halftime.

Laughlin 34, Mountain View 30 — At Mountain View, Teresa Chapa had 12 points, and Lori Morgon added 10 points to help the Cougars defeat the Saints.

Tayah De’Bouck had a game-high 15 points for Mountain View.

Round Mountain 51, Beaver Dam 13 — At Round Mountain, the Knights routed the Diamondbacks.

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