After a change of strategy on defense and a sudden surge on offense, Durango was not only able to come back in the second half but earned a 79-68 road win over Desert Oasis on Friday.
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.
The Adelson School boys basketball team ran off four different runs of at least 10 unanswered points, took a 49-20 lead into halftime and rolled to a 74-41 home victory over Lake Mead on Friday.
When junior Akeemis Williams made the first 3-pointer of the game early in the second quarter, it was a sign of things to come as Agassi Prep took control en route to a 69-53 home win over Innovations International.
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Calvary Chapel bookended its boys basketball game Tuesday night with solid defense, coming away 65-56 home win over Mountain View.
The first stop for Findlay Prep’s boys basketball team was Arizona before it headed to Hawaii. After a two-week break for the holidays, it was on to West Virginia and then Missouri.
Jake Buchman had 14 points Tuesday as Adelson School’s boys basketball team rolled to a 61-32 home win over Lincoln County.
Agassi Prep’s Akeemis Williams and Rancho’s Justin Holiday went back-and-forth with contested jumpers and long 3s as each approached the 40-point mark, but the Stars got the necessary backup late to hold on for a 76-74 nonleague road win in a boys basketball game on Monday.
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Three area boys basketball players were selected to play in the McDonald’s All American game on Sunday night.
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.
D.J. Harvey had 28 points as DeMatha Catholic (Maryland) defeated Bishop Gorman 73-66 in the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Massachussets on Saturday.
Kevin Legardy scored 17 of his 19 points in the first half to lead No. 6 Canyon Springs to a 68-56 home win over No. 9 Cheyenne.