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ROUNDUP: Mack, late burst help Gator girls past host Skyhawks

Angelica Mack tallied 33 points Thursday as Green Valley’s girls basketball team rallied from an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit to edge host Silverado, 67-63.

Jill Harland added 12 points for the Gators, who made 12-of-15 free throws in the fourth quarter, compared to a 2-for-10 effort by Silverado.

Jasmyn Garcia had 19 points, and Brittany Loguidice scored 17 for the Skyhawks.

Coronado 59, Basic 49 — At Basic, Dajah Washington scored 14 to lead the Cougars past the Wolves.

Kealy Brown scored 11, and Lexi Melone and Aubre Fortner each added 10 points for Coronado.

Kailai Bratner led Basic with 23 points, and teammate Dana Deloney added 10 points.

Liberty 66, Tech 17 — At Liberty, Alena Evans had 16 points, 11 rebounds, 11 steals and nine assists as the Patriots blitzed the Roadrunners.

Tae’lor Monroe added 13 points, and Meme Clark scored 11 for Liberty, which led 45-14 at the half.

Kristena Wilson led Tech with eight points.

Foothill 66, Del Sol 13 — At Del Sol, Bri Higgins tallied 15 points, and the Falcons raced to a 47-8 halftime lead en route to an easy win.

Emily Cox added 14 points for Foothill.

Melissa DeSantiago had six points for Del Sol.

Desert Pines 74, Eldorado 45 — At Eldorado, Leslie White had 19 points, and the Jaguars used a 24-11 second-quarter spurt to pull away from the Sundevils.

Jazzmin Avalos added 18 points, and Cydney Myles scored 11 for Desert Pines.

Daniseun Jackson led Eldorado with 18 points.

Las Vegas 56, Sunrise Mountain 34 — At Las Vegas High, Shomari Harris scored 20 points, and the Wildcats sprinted to a 29-8 first-quarter lead on their way to a win over the Miners.

Matti Ventling added 19 points, and Shaleea Butler scored 11 for Las Vegas.

Da’Nisha Wedlow, Lisa Carter and Elise Marshall each had six points for Sunrise Mountain.

Canyon Springs 57, Rancho 47 — At Rancho, Brittany Veal had 17 points, and the Pioneers used a 15-2 third-quarter run to erase a 31-26 halftime deficit and down the Rams.

Pearl Paulo and Cherise Beynon had 13 points apiece for Canyon Springs.

Kanosha Grey had 14 points, and Darje Martin scored 11 for Rancho.

Valley 61, Chaparral 23 — At Valley, Tyricia Payne had 15 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and five steals as the Vikings rolled the Cowboys.

Kennedy Wharton added 12 points, and Gabby Cabanero recorded 11 points and five assists for Valley.

Tichina Savoy led Chaparral with 13 points.

Sandy Valley 52, Oasis Christian 29 — At Sandy Valley, Kenzi Smith tallied 18 points, and the Sidewinders outscored the Bulldogs 23-3 in the middle quarters en route to a win.

Samantha Malkus had eight points, and Emily Stanley added six points for Sandy Valley.
 

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