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ROUNDUP: Harris rolls as Wildcat girls fend off Longhorns in double OT

Shomari Harris poured in 29 points Thursday to help Las Vegas High’s girls basketball team outlast host Legacy, 69-66 in double overtime.

Matti Ventling added 28 points for the Wildcats, who outscored the Longhorns 11-8 in the final overtime.

Deja Brown paced Legacy with 18 points, nine rebounds and five assists.

Roberta Warren scored 12 points, and Nisha Jackson and Tori Payne each added 11 points for the Longhorns, who got 15 rebounds from Markeisha Evans.

Rancho 61, Green Valley 56 — At Rancho, the Rams rallied from a 16-point second-half deficit to top the Gators.

Rancho trailed 41-32 entering the fourth quarter, but Kanosha Grey scored 11 of her 18 points in the final period to lead the rally for the Rams.

LaKissa Martin added 16 points, and Darje Martin had 12 points for Rancho.

Angelica Mack had 25 points to lead the Gators.

Silverado 62, Sierra Vista 51 — At Silverado, Brittany Loguidice scored 25 points to lead the Skyhawks past the Mountain Lions.

Jasmyn Garcia added 13 points, and A.J. Hodas chipped in 11 points for Silverado, which used a 25-13 fourth quarter run to pull away.

Melia Tadytin led Sierra Vista with 22 points, and teammate Jasmine Suarez supplied 12 points.

Boulder City 62, Chaparral 46 — At Chaparral, Whitney Barlow scored 19 points and the Eagles stormed out to a 38-16 halftime lead en route to a win over the Cowboys.

Karlee Koopman added 12 points, and Taylor McKeever supplied 10 points for Boulder City.

Tichina Savoy scored 21 points to lead Chaparral, which got 12 points from Unique Wilson.

Moapa Valley 44, Sunrise Mountain 36 — At Overton, Ashley Noto scored 19 points, and the Pirates sank 6-of-16 3-pointers to down the Miners.

Elise Marshall led Sunrise Mountain with 17 points.

Virgin Valley 62, Damonte Ranch 34 — At Winemucca, Abbie Barnard tallied 21 points and the Bulldogs used a 23-2 second quarter to defeat the Mustangs in the Lowry Tournament.

Kourtney Metzger added nine points for Virgin Valley.

Sandy Valley 49, Adelson School 11 — At Adelson School, Kenzi Smith had 11 points and 14 rebounds to help the Sidewinders top the Lions.

Samantha Malkus added 15 points and five rebounds for Sandy Valley, which led 30-5 at the half.
 

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