ROUNDUP: Beighley, Trojan boys grab first league win at Western

Dalton Beighley had nine points Wednesday to lead Pahrump Valley’s boys basketball team to a 39-32 win at Western.

Bret Kunzi added eight points for the Trojans, who led 25-17 at the half and held Western to single digits in each quarter.

It was the first Southwest League win for Pahrump (2-14, 1-6)

Nate Johnson led the Warriors (4-10, 0-6) with 13 points.

Bonanza 77, Desert Oasis 55 — At Desert Oasis, Carter Olsen scored 23 points, and the Bengals jumped to a 22-5 first-quarter lead on their way to a win over the Diamondbacks.

Alex Tarkanian added 13 points for Bonanza.

Juliano Rosario had 14 points, and Noah Jefferson scored 10 for Desert Oasis.

Centennial 62, Mojave 48 — At Mojave, Malcolm Allen scored 18 points, and the Bulldogs made 13 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to outlast the Rattlers.

Marcus Allen scored 15 points, and Evan Martin added 10 points for Centennial, which led 41-39 after three quarters.

Centennial was 21-for-28 from the free-throw line, compared to 6-for-8 for Mojave.

Bryant Lewis led the Rattlers with 12 points.

Shadow Ridge 59, Arbor View 51 — At Shadow Ridge, David Everage had 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Malcolm Davis added 14 points and 12 rebounds as the Mustangs held off the Aggies.

Everage had 10 points and eight rebounds in the first half, helping Shadow Ridge to a 33-12 halftime lead.

Blake Claxton scored 17 points, and Justin Burks had 11 points for Arbor View.

Palo Verde 70, Cheyenne 66 — At Cheyenne, Eris Winder had 26 points to lead the Panthers past the Desert Shields.

Darryl Gaynor added 15 points, and Nahjee Matlock scored 10 for Palo Verde, which led 54-38 going into the fourth quarter.

Cheyenne’s Bryan Laws had 19 points and seven rebounds, including 11 points to lead the fourth-quarter charge.

The Desert Shields got as close as two points, but Palo Verde hit two free throws in the closing seconds for the final margin.

Gary Stewart added 18 points for Cheyenne, and teammate Jamal Peterson scored 10.

Legacy 77, Cimarron-Memorial 61 — At Cimarron, Chris Cook scored 22 points to help the Longhorns top the Spartans.

Zach Lane added 14 points, and Cardon Harris scored 12 for Legacy, which jumped out to an 18-4 lead after one quarter.

Erik Brewer led Cimarron with 24 points, and teammate Quintin Jamerson scored 12.

Clark 80, Durango 52 — At Durango, Bryan McGriff scored 24 points to help the Chargers rout the Trailblazers.

Sir Washington had 20 points for Clark. Kentrell Washington had 18 points and DeAndre Henderson scored 10 for the Chargers, who outscored Durango 28-8 in the third quarter.

Tyler Watts had 17 points for Durango, and teammate Tyler Jones added 12 points.

Bishop Gorman 75, Sierra Vista 47 — At Gorman, Demetris Morant led five double-figure scorers with 17 points as the Gaels routed the Mountain Lions.

Noah Robotham added 14 points, and Ronnie Stanley scored 11 points for Gorman, which got 10 points apiece from Rosco Allen and Stephen Zimmerman.

The Gaels rested Shabazz Muhammad and again played without Ben Carter, who has been cleared to return to the team from a foot injury and could play Friday against Clark.

Sean Williams paced Sierra Vista with 14 points, and teammate Corey Noma’aea added 10 points.

Spring Valley 72, Moapa Valley 38 — At Spring Valley, Rahfe’l King scored 17 points as the Grizzlies ran past the Pirates.

Shannon Nolan and Sean Clancey each scored 11 points, and Ryan Vozzola grabbed 13 rebounds for Spring Valley, which led 40-20 at halftime.

Shane Terril had 13 points and Dakota Watters 10 for Moapa Valley.

Boulder City 58, Faith Lutheran 53 — At Faith Lutheran, Nate Hafen scored 20 points, and the Eagles finished the game on a 7-2 run to nip the Crusaders.

Kaleb Bailey added 12 points for Boulder City.

Sam Stevens paced Faith Lutheran with 15 points. D’Khari Hicks and D.J. Manning each had 14 points for the Crusaders.

Needles 80, Palo Verde (Calif.) 44 — At Needles, Calif., Michael Hills scored 20 pionts as the Mustangs routed Palo Verde.

Devin Truscott and John Ochoa each added 14 points, and Lewie Larrabee scored 13 for Needles.