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ROUNDUP: Five double-figure scorers help Pioneer girls to first win

Canyon Springs’ girls basketball team had five players in double figures Tuesday as the Pioneers beat visiting Rancho, 73-27 for their first victory of the season.
Faith Harper led Canyon Springs with 12 points.
Shamiyah McNeal added 11 points, and Bianca Johnson, Azaria Williams and Pearl Paulo each scored 10 for the Pioneers, who led 31-13 at the half.
Coronado 63, Basic 42 — At Coronado, Sofie Cruz scored 20 points and Nicole Ruffino supplied 19 points as the Cougars cruised past the Wolves.
Lexi Melone added 10 points for Coronado.
Kailai Brantner paced Basic with 20 points.
Las Vegas 51, Sunrise Mountain 38 — At Sunrise Mountain, Shaleea Butler scored 16 points, and the Wildcats held the Miners to 12 second-half points to earn the victory.
Matti Ventling added seven points for Las Vegas.
Tiara Veal and Jasmine Jones each scored 11 points for Sunrise Mountain.
Liberty 67, Tech 43 — At Tech, Jade Washington scored 23 points, and the Patriots surged to a 37-15 halftime lead to pull away from the Roadrunners.
Amanda Delgado added 16 points, and Dayanni Cochran scored eight for Liberty, which led 20-3 after one quarter.
Mesha Phillips had 19 points and Adriana Heredia contributed 13 points for Tech.
Valley 60, Chaparral 28 — At Valley, Shayna Porter had 16 points and four steals to help the Vikings cruise past the Cowboys.
Estelle Wilson supplied 14 points and six steals for Valley, which led 31-9 at halftime.
Jacquie Ferguson led Chaparral with 15 points.
Foothill 84, Del Sol 20 — At Foothill, Bri Higgins had 14 points, nine rebounds and six blocked shots to lead the Falcons in a rout of the Dragons.
Christina Nash added 14 points and five assists for Foothill, and Cheryl Harless tallied 14 points and six rebounds for the Falcons.
Emily Cox and Julie Harless each scored 11 points for Foothill, which led 40-7 at halftime.
Kimberly Chischillie led Del Sol with six points.
Eldorado 60, Desert Pines 45 — At Desert Pines, Jidi Jerkins scored 22 points to lead the Sundevils past the Jaguars.
Johnice Green added 16 points, and Casey Bradshaw scored 11 for Eldorado, which led 37-14 at halftime.
Indian Springs 50, Adelson School 36 — At Adelson School, Tessa Lounsbury scored 17 points to help the Thunderbirds beat the Lions.
Heather Thormahlen added 14 points for Indian Springs, and teammate Karys Melgoza scored 11.
Sueleika Blackwell led Adelson School with 13 points and six steals. Alexes Settle supplied 11 points, five rebounds and two blocked shots for the Lions.
Mountain View 49, Aussie Travelers 29 — At Mountain View, Briana Marruffo had 20 points and six steals to lead the Saints past the Aussie Travelers.
Patrice Marshall scored 11 points, Katelyn Krebs supplied 15 rebounds, and A’riane Holliday had eight rebounds and four steals for Mountain View.
Sarah Bamford led the Aussie Travelers with 14 points.

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