ROUNDUP: Wilson’s double-double lifts Chaparral girls over Bulldogs
January 19, 2013 - 12:19 am
Unique Wilson had 17 points, 11 rebounds and two blocked shots as Chaparral’s girls basketball team earned a 48-40 home victory over Virgin Valley on Friday.
Heaven Anderson added eight points and 13 rebounds, and Octavia Gray had six points, seven blocked shots and four assists for the Cowboys.
Alora Bonner and Amanda Stenberg each had 10 points for the Bulldogs.
Bonanza 69, Sierra Vista 31 — At Bonanza, Tanganika Hunt came off the bench to post 23 points, 10 rebounds and five steals, leading the Bengals past the Mountain Lions.
Trane’e Jenkins added 18 points, and Saniah Simpson had 13 points and eight steals for Bonanza.
Melia Tadytin paced Sierra Vista with 11 points.
Sunrise Mountain 52, Tech 46 — At Tech, Jasmyn Rodriguez scored 16 points to lead the Miners past the Roadrunners.
Jenae Yurek-Carhee finished with 12 points for the Miners.
Tech’s Sabrina Sawyer scored 16 points, and Haylee Holsclaw added nine points for the Roadrunners.
Boulder City 77, Desert Pines 63 — At Boulder City, Whitney Barlow scored 16 points to help the Eagles beat the Jaguars.
Katlyn Daly had 12 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and three steals to help Boulder City, which took control early.
Raven Thomas scored a game-high 26 points to lead Desert Pines.
Del Sol 44, Moapa Valley 36 — At Del Sol, Chloe Cabanas scored 18 points to help the Dragons get past the Pirates.
Melissa DeSantiago added 12 points for Del Sol, which pulled away in the fourth quarter.
Shelbie Gary led Moapa Valley with 14 points.
Cimarron-Memorial 46, Cheyenne 29 — At Cimarron-Memorial, Taya Harper scored 15 points, and Kiana Carter added 10 points to lead the Spartans over the Desert Shields.
Chalon Henderson grabbed 12 rebounds for Cimarron.
Jomea Lopez-Bobbitt led Cheyenne with eight points.
Centennial 60, Legacy 21 — At Legacy, Jada Brown scored 14 points to help the Bulldogs rout the Longhorns.
Breanna Workman added 10 points for Centennial, which led 14-1 after the first quarter.
Deja Brown led Legacy with eight points.
Silverado 61, Shadow Ridge 39 — At Shadow Ridge, A.J. Hodas scored 18 points to help the Skyhawks cruise past the Mustangs.
Brittany Loguidice and Jasmyn Garcia each added 12 points for Silverado, which took control early in the fourth quarter.
Kaila Hurley led Shadow Ridge with 14 points.
Faith Lutheran 55, Western 20 — At Faith Lutheran, Dani Tharaldson scored 11 points to lead the Crusaders past the Warriors.
Julia Benko added nine points, and Haley Vinson supplied eight points for the Crusaders, who led 15-0 after one quarter.
Guadalupe Herrera led Western with 11 points.
The Meadows 41, Lake Mead 34 — At The Meadows, Missy Siegel scored 10 points as the Mustangs topped the Eagles.
Melaney Mayes and Anjali Daulat each supplied eight points for The Meadows.
Taylor Badua-Kono led Lake Mead with 12 points.
Calvary Chapel 47, Agassi Prep 20 — At Calvary Chapel, Lianne Reyes had 21 points to power the Lions past the Stars.
Calvary Chapel jumped out to a 17-6 lead after one quarter.
Javoulaee Green paced Agassi Prep with 19 points.
Lincoln County 38, Needles 30 — At Lincoln County, Kourtney Gloeckner scored 20 points as the Lynx outlasted the Mustangs.
Jaycee Wadsworth contributed nine points for Lincoln County, which made eight 3-pointers.
Abby Chandler led Needles with 14 points.
Pahranagat Valley 47, Indian Springs 34 — At Indian Springs, Bailee Hosier had 13 points, and the Panthers outscored the Thunderbirds 27-16 in the second half to secure the win.
Kennedy Huntsman added 12 points for Pahranagat Valley.
Baylee McCormick led Indian Springs with nine points.
Seligman (Ariz.) 43, Laughlin 27 — At Laughlin, the Antelopes outscored the Cougars 26-13 in the second half to pull away.
Diana Durazo and Cassie Beggs each had 10 points for Laughlin.