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ROUNDUP: Parks’ double-double rallies Cimarron girls past Green Valley

Traci Parks scored seven of her 12 points in the fourth quarter Friday, including the go-ahead basket in the final minute, as Cimarron-Memorial’s girls basketball team rallied for a 50-48 win over visiting Green Valley.

Parks added 12 rebounds and three steals for Cimarron, which trailed 18-9 after one quarter and 39-33 entering the fourth quarter.

Leilani Blanco had 15 points for the Spartans.

Mackenzie Butler led the Gators with 15 points, and teammates Shavon Stevens and Angelica Mack each added 11 points.

Valley 73, Del Sol 29 — At Del Sol, Christina Davis scored 18 points to help the Vikings cruise past the Dragons.

Shayna Porter added 17 points for Valley, which got 16 points from Estelle Wilson and 15 points from Brianna Johnson.

Desiree Orozco scored 12 points to pace Del Sol.

Western 37, Agassi Prep 23 — At Western, Naz Lockett scored 10 points to help the Warriors beat the Stars.

Noelle Chavez had 11 points to lead Agassi, which trailed 15-13 at halftime.

Faith Lutheran 60, Owyhee 28 — At Winnemucca, Kelsey McCourt and Taylor Hammer each scored 20 points to lead the Crusaders past the Braves in the Lowry Invitational.

McCourt and Hammer combined to score 18 points during a 26-9 first-quarter run that gave the Crusaders plenty of cushion.

Bishop Gorman 48, West Hills (Calif.) 32 — At La Jolla, Calif., Amber Lane scored 12 points as the Gaels advanced to the fifth-place game of the Sweet 16 Invitational.

Zhane Dikes scored 10 points for Gorman, which will face Bishop’s (Calif.) on Saturday.

Boulder City 65, Eldorado 28 — At Boulder City, Mallory Bird scored 15 points to lift the Eagles to a victory over the Sundevils.

Sylvia Combs helped Boulder City with 12 points, and teammate Whitney Barlow scored 10.

Jeronica Jerkins led Eldorado with 12 points, and teammate Casey Bradshaw had 10 points.

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