Andrew Guba rolled a 268 opening game and a 722 series Tuesday to help Spring Valley’s boys bowling team to a 9-0 win over Cimarron-Memorial in the opening round of the Sunset Region team tournament at The Orleans Bowling Center.
Jaden Hardy led all scorers with 34 points to power the Coronado boys basketball team to an 87-81 road victory over Foothill in a key Southeast League game.
Cindylou Rasiang passed for 318 yards and three touchdowns and had a rushing touchdown as Bonanza’s flag football team edged host Sierra Vista, 27-26.
Autumn Westmoreland had 14 points on Monday to lead Arbor View’s girls basketball geam to a 55-51 road win over Legacy.
Boulder City’s Zayne Dennington trailed Vicente Pinto of Virgin Valley 3-1 with 15 seconds remaining in the championship match at 126 pounds. But Dennington managed a one-point escape, then spun and forced a takedown at the very edge of the mat with one second left to earn two points and pull out the dramatic 4-3 victory.
Bishop Gorman’s Jamal Bey scored 27 points as the Gaels held on for a 74-71 boys basketball victory over host Durango on Friday.
Tasia Moore’s basket with 2.3 seconds to play gave Cimarron-Memorial’s girls basketball team a 58-56 road win over Faith Lutheran on Friday.
After Friday’s competition at Western High, Boulder City earned 93½ points and first place in the standings on the strength of having a dozen wrestlers make it to the semifinals. Virgin Valley sits in second with 84, with Cheyenne and Mojave tied for third with 72.
Shadow Ridge’s Jordan Ford had 37 carries for 249 yards and two touchdowns on Thursday to lead the Mustangs to a 12-9 home victory over Palo Verde.