ROUNDUP: Liberty edges Canyon Springs in overtime in boys basketball


Ashante Ross scored with three seconds to play in overtime Tuesday to give Liberty a 59-57 road win over Canyon Springs in boys basketball.

After Canyon Springs’ Michael Thompson scored to tie the game with about 11 seconds left, Liberty’s Kenneth Peters drove the lane and dished to Ross for the game-winning basket.

Peters led all scorers with 20 points. Cameron Peters scored 16 and Milos Knezevic added 15 for the Patriots.

Thompson had 16 points and five assists for Canyon Springs, which outscored Liberty 14-4 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.

Chris Willis added 11 points and seven rebounds for the Pioneers.

Coronado 67, Centennial 65 — At Coronado, Brett Hoisington forced overtime with a put-back basket with one second left, and Austin Nelson’s 3-pointer in the final minute of the extra period allowed the Cougars to pull out the win.

Nelson, who finished with 11 points, drained a go-ahead 3-pointer with 16 seconds left in overtime. Centennial had a final shot to tie the game, but misfired from 10 feet.

Hoisington finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds. He rebounded his own miss and hit a layup in the final second of regulation to force the extra period.

Ben Vozzola led Centennial with 16 points. Matt Holley added 15 points and Drew Staker scored 10 for the Bulldogs.

Desert Pines 115, Bonanza 107 — At Desert Pines, Pierre Jackson had 29 points and 11 assists to lead the Jaguars over the Bengals.

Reggie Shaw added 29 points, and Tyler Larson had 25 points and 20 rebounds for Desert Pines, which led 56-39 at halftime.

Andrew Whiting had 18 points for Bonanza, which scored 68 points in the second half, including 40 in the fourth quarter. Arin Matt added 17 points and Dasean Martin scored 16 for the Bengals, who placed seven players in double figures.

Valley 54, Clark 52 — At Valley, Johnquez Brooks hit two free throws with three seconds left to break a 52-all tie.

Brooks finished with 17 points for the Vikings. Alonzo Blount added 14 points, and Zach Barnes had 12 rebounds for Valley, which trailed by as much as seven in the fourth quarter.

Rabbit Toler led Clark with 17 points. Isidro Garcia had 13 points and Steven Dancy added 11 for the Chargers, who turned the ball over 22 times.

Palo Verde 66, Silverado 57 — At Silverado, Moses Morgan had 17 points to help the Panthers top the Skyhawks.

Davion Pearson added 16 points and D.J. Stennis scored 10 for Palo Verde.

Ali Sabra had a game-high 23 points and Wade Collie scored 17 for the Skyhawks.

Chaparral 76, Del Sol 73 — At Del Sol, Chris Goodloe scored 21 points as the Cowboys held off the Dragons.

Chaparral used a 20-8 first-quarter run to build a 36-22 halftime lead.

Devonti Gilmore and Durrell McDonald each had 14 points for Del Sol. Jeff Coon scored 13, and Anthony Martinez and Chris Sanders each added 12 for the Dragons.

Legacy 81, Las Vegas 67 — At Legacy, junior forward Sam Johnson had 22 points, 17 rebounds and five blocked shots to lead the Longhorns over the Wildcats.

Trailing 37-26 at halftime, Legacy came out in a full-court press and outscored Las Vegas 55-30 in the second half.

Sian Lane had 16 points and eight assists for Legacy. Terrell Evans added 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Delroy Gibbs scored 18 for the Longhorns.

Tony Eackles led the Wildcats with 20 points. Tyree Anderson scored 17 points and Ahmaad Franklin added 12 for Las Vegas. 

Foothill 79, Cimarron-Memorial 61 — At Cimarron, Kadeem Minor scored 18 points to lead the Falcons past the Spartans.

Evan Roquemore and Gage Huff each scored 10 for Foothill.

Kevin Olekaibe had a game-high 20 points and Andre Vickers scored 13 for the Spartans.

Mojave 71, Green Valley 62 — At Mojave, UNLV recruit Anthony Marshall had 32 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists to help the Rattlers beat the Gators.

Kevin James added 11 points and Prentice Marshall scored 10 for Mojave.

Julian Franklin led Green Valley with 15 points. Bill Tuttle scored 12 for the Gators.

Arbor View 76, Basic 65 — At Arbor View, Darington Banks scored 13 of his game-high 24 points in the first half as the Aggies built a 37-18 halftime lead and held off the Wolves.

James Graham added 16 points and Pierson Heath scored 13 for Arbor View.

James Holmes led Basic with 17 points. Vince Carducci scored 14 and Nick Sangchaloay added 10 for Basic.

Eldorado 70, Shadow Ridge 58 — At Shadow Ridge, Mitrell Clark had 21 points to lead the Sundevils over the Mustangs.

Zach Hafen scored 30 for Shadow Ridge.

Cheyenne 91, Rancho 68 — At Cheyenne, Demetric Williams scored 24 points, and Cheyenne used a 33-11 third-quarter burst to put away the Rams.

Khyriece Campbell and J’Quon Wroten each added 12 points for the Desert Shields. Cheyenne’s Xavian Johnson scored 10.

Perry Benson led Rancho with 27 points. Byron Bynum added 22 points and Fabrian Dominguez scored 11 for the Rams.

Desert Oasis 60, Tech 52 — At Desert Oasis, Cameron Mich’l scored seven of his 15 points during a 15-2 first-quarter run that helped the Diamondbacks defeat the Roadrunners.

Cameron Jefferson added 14 points and 18 rebounds for Desert Oasis, and teammate Anthony Lianzo added 12 points.

Michael Johnson led Tech with 25 points. Brandon Tiffany scored 10 for the Roadrunners.

Moapa Valley 64, Dixie (Utah) 52 — At Overton, Shaun Hilton had 13 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists to help the Pirates defeat the Flyers.

Max Jenkins added 19 points for Moapa Valley.

Pahranagat Valley 69, Mountain View 59 — At Mountain View, Taylor Poulsen had 26 points to lead the Panthers past the Saints.

Tommy Williams added 18 points and Cody Hosier scored 17 for Pahranagat Valley. Hosier was 10-for-13 from the foul line.

Justyn Anderson led Mountain View with 28 points and six steals. Raymond Velarde added 14 points and Eddie Conover scored 11 for the Saints.