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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Rai’na Davis’ late basket lifts Western to road win

Rai’na Davis scored with four seconds left Tuesday, as Western’s girls basketball team grabbed a 29-28 win over host Pahrump Valley and moved into sole possession of third place in the Class 3A Sunset League.

Pahrump’s Alyvia Briscoe had hit a 3-pointer with 20 seconds to play to give the Trojans a 28-27 lead.

Millani Johnson led Western with 11 points, and Davis scored nine.

Briscoe had 11 points to pace Pahrump, which outscored Western 7-0 in the third quarter.

Desert Pines 41, Mojave 39 — At Desert Pines, See’Airra Evans-Collins supplied 13 points and 10 rebounds to lift the Jaguars over the Rattlers.

Heaven Heacock had nine points, including two free throws with 41 seconds left for the winning margin for Desert Pines.

Kiara Lemon led Mojave with 17 points, and Savannah Blanchard-Davis had 13 points for the Rattlers.

Cheyenne 65, Sunrise Mountain 23 — At Sunrise Mountain, Ejanae Coopwood had 19 points as the Desert Shields routed the Miners.

Germanie White added 11 points, and Marisha Harden scored nine for Cheyenne, which led 36-17 at the half and outscored Sunrise Mountain 21-2 in the third quarter.

Trinity Lavoll had 12 points for the Miners.

Foothill 67, Basic 23 — At Basic, Rae Burrell scored 13 points to lead a balanced offense as the Falcons defeated the Wolves.

Holly Wood had 12 points, and Trinity Betoney added 10 points for Foothill, which jumped out to a 30-9 first-quarter lead and had 11 players score points.

Mikayla Berg scored 10 points to lead Basic.

Liberty 74, Coronado 30 — At Coronado, Kaily Kaimikaua had 19 points, and Dre’una Edwards scored 16 as the Patriots routed the Cougars.

Liberty led 46-22 at halftime and held the Cougars to eight points in the second half.

Haley Tyrell scored nine points for Coronado.

Green Valley 58, Silverado 40 — At Silverado, Mallory Davis scored 12 points to help the Gators beat the Skyhawks.

Samara Miller and Temerity Bauer added 10 points apiece for Green Valley, which led 36-21 at halftime.

Cimarron-Memorial 48, Palo Verde 39 — At Palo Verde, Amoura Whitney scored 18 points to lead the Spartans past the Panthers.

Niara Smith added 11 points for Cimarron, which led 20-13 at halftime.

Ariana Davis scored a game 20 points for Palo Verde, and teammate Julia Jaakkola chipped in with 10 points.

Needles 52, Lake Mead 38 — At Needles, California, Valentina Limon led three Mustangs in double figures with 16 points as they defeated the Eagles.

Jayne Antone added 15 points, and Paige Murch scored 10 for Needles, which led 22-6 after one quarter.

Aaliyah Perkins paced Lake Mead with 14 points, and Josey White scored 11 for the Eagles.

The Meadows 57, Adelson School 21 — At Adelson School, Marcella Peek had 17 points, 30 rebounds and 11 blocked shots and the Mustangs overwhelmed the Lions.

Rachel Siegel added 13 points, and Tahsin Najmi scored 11 for The Meadows, which led 26-9 at halftime.

Brittany Risko led Adelson School with 11 points.

Agassi Prep 69, Mountain View 38 — At Mountain View, Sharmayne Finley and Destiny Rover each scored 15 points to power the Stars past the Saints.

Denise Parker added 11 points for Agassi Prep, which raced to a 34-18 halftime lead.

Tayah De’Bouck led all scorers with 19 points for Mountain View, and teammate Nia Van Kempen scored 13.

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