Through three quarters, Sunrise Mountain’s girls basketball team was being dominated on the glass.
When I woke Monday, there were 381 messages in my email box. Too many. For 2014, I have resolved to keep it under 100. So, straight from my email box:
Centennial boys basketball coach Todd Allen wasn’t pleased with his team’s effort when the Bulldogs played Shadow Ridge on Dec. 17. He was more than happy with the way his squad played Friday.
It’s debatable who UNLV’s most valuable player is, but junior guard Bryce Dejean-Jones is definitely in the discussion.
Foothill guard Austin Starr doesn’t need a lot of room to get his shot off. So when the senior got a little bit of space Thursday, he made Desert Pines pay.
Bryce Dejean-Jones scored 24 points, and UNLV’s inside tandem of Khem Birch and Roscoe Smith proved to be too much for Fresno State as the Rebels opened Mountain West play with a 75-62 win over the Bulldogs in front of 5,968 at the Save Mart Center.