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ROUNDUP: Kiley, Tapusoa help Palo Verde girls rally past Mojave

Jasmin Kiley and Lily Tapusoa each scored 18 points Wednesday as Palo Verde’s girls basketball team rallied from a 31-30 halftime deficit to beat visiting Mojave, 67-50.
Meiko Taylor added 10 points for the Panthers.
Jazzmine Robinson tallied 21 points and 15 rebounds for the Rattlers, and Tieara Shorter scored 13.
Legacy 62, Faith Lutheran 46 — At Faith Lutheran, Shakita Cox racked up 28 points as the Longhorns rolled past the Crusaders.
Latia Matthews added 12 points for Legacy, which used a 20-7 third-quarter run to overcome a 28-26 halftime deficit.
Kelsey McCourt had 15 points, and Samantha Leonard scored 13 for Faith Lutheran, which finished 22 of 29 from the free-throw line.
Centennial 75, Arbor View 8 — At Arbor View, Shannon Brown and Tamera Williams each scored 13 points, and the Bulldogs blanked the Aggies in the second half on their way to an easy win.
Kiara Washington added 12 points, and Ashley Klemz scored 10 for Centennial.
Sierra Vista 68, Western 39 — At Sierra Vista, Jeanette Jackson had 20 points and 13 assists to lead the Mountain Lions past the Warriors.
Jasmine Suarez and Marley Wakeen each added 16 points for Sierra Vista.
Naz Lockett scored 11 points for Western, and teammate Brandi Jackson chipped in 10 points.
Pahrump Valley 53, Clark 43 — At Pahrump, Alyson Kunzi poured in 32 points to lift the Trojans past the Chargers.
Taylor McJunkin supplied nine points for Pahrump, which trailed 21-17 after the first quarter.
Jackie Garcia led Clark with 12 points, and Angelena Cook added eight points for the Chargers.
Spring Valley 49, Bonanza 24 — At Bonanza, Jessica Stevens scored 15 points and De’Tiese Moore added 10 as the Grizzlies cruised past the Bengals.
Tranee Jenkins paced Bonanza with 11 points. 
Virgin Valley 46, Shadow Ridge 26 — At Shadow Ridge, Rachel Morris posted 16 points as the Bulldogs cruised to an easy win over the Mustangs.
After leading by two points at halftime, Virgin Valley used a 20-0 third-quarter run to pull away.
Brandii Starks paced Shadow Ridge with seven points.

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