Jalen Malone tipped in Reggie Ingram’s miss with a second left in overtime Friday to give Eldorado’s boys basketball team a 68-67 home victory over Mojave.
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Silverado scored the first 11 points of the third quarter and entrusted the lead to its 2-3 zone defense in a 56-47 win over Legacy in the Battle Born Classic at Durango High.
Justin Roberts had a team-high 15 points, but Findlay Prep suffered a 76-47 loss to Sierra Canyon (California) on Friday in the semifinals at the Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions in Springfield, Missouri.
Demetrius Valdez had 20 points on Thursday to lead Durango’s boys basketball team to a 65-63 road win over Sierra Vista.
Cimarron-Memorial’s Kamakana Winquist hit a baseline jumper with 25 seconds remaining to lift the host Spartans in a 64-63 thriller over the Shadow Ridge boys basketball team Monday.
Arbor View used a stringent full-court press, and Tyre Williams and Jarrod Burks sparked a 39-13 run to close the game in an 85-74 victory at Desert Oasis on Thursday.
Mountain View (Utah), made up of all upperclassmen, shot 52 percent from the floor Wednesday en route to a 73-56 victory over host Desert Oasis’ boys basketball team in the second annual Tri-State Invitational.
Geoff Faries led Basic with 20 points, including a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line as the Wolves held off Provo (Utah) 63-59 to go 2-0 on the first day of the Tri-State Holiday Invitational at Desert Oasis.
Las Vegas battled back from as many as 16 points down in the second half Tuesday but couldn’t find an answer for Trevin Knell and lost 69-58 to Woods Cross (Utah) in the third-place game of the Eastbay Division at Bishop Gorman.
Bishop Gorman saw a nine-point lead fizzle away in the final 4:43 of regulation and went on to lose 86-79 in overtime to nationally ranked Mater Dei (California) in the semifinals of the Tarknanian Classic’s Platinum Division.
Faith Lutheran gave up an 18-6 scoring run at the end of the first half and couldn’t get enough stops late in a 73-61 loss to ThunderRidge (Colorado) in the winner’s bracket of the Tarkanian Classic Eastbay Division at Bishop Gorman.
Clark went cold from the field against nationally ranked Chino Hills (California) and saw a 10-point lead turn into a 91-87 loss in the opening round of the Platinum Division at the Tarkanian Classic.
Keelan Wickersham poured in a game-high 25 points, and Spring Valley’s boys basketball team rallied to turn back visiting Bonanza 74-67 on Tuesday.
Cimarron-Memorial’s Demarco Alexander scored 28 points, and teammate Kamakana Winquist drained a 3-pointer from the right corner at the buzzer to lift the Spartans to a 65-62 road win over Cheyenne on Tuesday.
With one statement tournament win, the Clark boys basketball team proved it belongs in Class 4A.