Dre’una Edwards scored 20 points Saturday to lead Liberty to a 68-38 win over Foothill in a rematch of last year’s Sunrise Region final.
Powered by the play of senior Brynlee Wadsworth, Lincoln County scored 19 consecutive points in the first half Saturday and never looked back in taking a 49-33 victory over Needles.
Led by the shooting of junior Alecia Kelly and the inside work of junior Chania Scott, Mojave scored 29 points in the final eight minutes to secure a 52-43 victory over Virgin Valley for its first region title.
Pahranagat Valley roared back behind guards Morgan Harris and Karley Whipple, who helped force a flurry of turnovers that led the Panthers to a 56-47 victory over Round Mountain and the league championship.
Paige Murch and Preslee Murch each scored 18 points to lift the Mustangs’ girls basketball team to a 58-42 win at Del Sol, and send Needles to Southern League championship game for the fourth time in five years.
McKayla Brown and Tia Sample combined to knock down five 3-pointers, and Round Mountain held on for a 39-35 win over the Muckers in the Class 1A Southern League semifinals at Basic.
The Rattlers blew a six-point lead in the final 22 seconds of overtime, but managed to maintain their poise and eventually pulled off a 59-57 thriller in triple overtime against Moapa Valley in the Class 3A Southern Region semifinals at Del Sol on Thursday.
Foothill overcame an early double-figure deficit and a rambunctious home crowd to steal a 54-53 road win against the Pioneers on Thursday evening in Class 4A Sunrise Region semifinal play.
Spring Valley’s girls basketball team controlled Thursday’s semifinal game from the opening whistle. Essence Booker scored 17 points and Kayla Harris nearly had a double-double to propel the Grizzlies over Bishop Gorman, 56-44 at Legacy.
Here are the 2018 girls basketball honors, as selected by coaches.