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Wednesday’s high school scores, top performances

Wednesday’s top high school basketball and flag football performances:

Girls basketball

— Ananda Jackson, Cheyenne: The senior scored 16 points in the Desert Shields’ 41-32 win over Bonanza.

— Alabama Nieves, Legacy: The junior had 15 points and four steals as the Longhorns cruised to a 51-7 win over Eldorado.

— Avery Silvas, Sierra Vista: The sophomore scored 19 points to lead the Mountain Lions past Rancho 61-54.

— Gianessa Vazquez, Green Valley: The junior scored a game-high 24 points, adding seven rebounds and four steals, to help the Gators roll to a 56-16 win over Doral Academy.

Flag football

— Nyanoang Gatchang, Bonanza: The senior quarterback passed for five TDs as the Bengals rolled to a 48-6 victory over Western.

— Kaliyah Guillory, Eldorado: The sophomore logged three TD catches, including the game-winner with 20 seconds remaining, to give the Sundevils a 28-25 victory over Valley.

— Alexa Nuckles, Moapa Valley: The senior caught nine passes for 143 yards, including her second TD of the night as time expired, to give the Pirates an 18-13 win over SLAM Academy.

— Daisha Peavy, Liberty: The senior finished with 13 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks to help the Patriots upset Democracy Prep 39-37.

— Christiana Williams, Mater East: The senior had a rushing TD, a scoring reception and five tackles as the Knights beat Sloan Canyon 31-26.

Scores

Boys basketball

Coral Academy 70, Cadence 43

Democracy Prep 63, Virgin Valley 38

Word of Life 50, Beaver Dam 49

Girls basketball

Cheyenne 41, Bonanza 32

Foothill 52, Mojave 9

Green Valley 56, Doral Academy 16

Legacy 51, Eldorado 7

Liberty 39, Democracy Prep 37

Sierra Vista 61, Rancho 54

Somerset-Losee 60, Amplus Academy 4

Valley 55, Tech 20

Western 31, Silverado 29

Flag football

Bonanza 48, Western 6

Doral Academy d. Democracy Prep, forfeit

Eldorado 28, Valley 25

Mater East 31, Sloan Canyon 26

Moapa Valley 18, SLAM Academy 13

Virgin Valley 18, Boulder City 0

Coaches are encouraged to call in scores to the Review-Journal sports desk at 702-380-4587.

Jeff Wollard Review-Journal

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