ROUNDUP: Liberty tops Silverado in boys basketball


Milos Knezevic scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds Tuesday as Liberty’s boys basketball team knocked visiting Silverado out of sole possession of first place in the Southeast League with a 53-47 win.

Cameron Peters added 10 points for Liberty, which locked up third place in the Southeast.

Wade Collie led Silverado, which fell into a tie with Foothill at 11-2 in league play, with 15 points. James Lata added 11.

Cimarron-Memorial 62, Legacy 49 — At Cimarron, Kevin Olekaibe scored 19 of his 25 points in the second half as the Spartans overcame a 25-22 halftime deficit to down the Longhorns.

Dale Puckett added 15 points and 20 rebounds for Cimarron.
Ira Haywood led Legacy with 13 points. Delroy Gibbs added 12 points and Sam Johnson 10 for the Longhorns.

Centennial 59, Mojave 51 — At Centennial, the Bulldogs used a 16-8 scoring edge in the fourth quarter to beat the Rattlers.

Drew Staker scored 23 points and Ben Vozzola 18 for Centennial.
Anthony Marshall paced Mojave with 21 points.

Coronado 49, Tech 33 — At Tech, the Cougars got 11 points from Charlie Wakefield and 10 each from Chris Ligon and Brandon Glanz in their win over the Roadrunners.

Coronado outscored Tech 14-4 in the second quarter to take control.

Cornelius Coleman led Tech with 11 points and nine rebounds.

Foothill 77, Basic 41 — At Foothill, Gage Huff scored 14 points as the Falcons rallied past the Wolves.

The teams battled to a 30-30 tie at halftime. Chris Clementi scored seven of his 12 points in the third quarter to lead Foothill to a 27-6 lead entering the fourth.

The Falcons held Basic to six points in both the third and fourth quarters to cruise to the win.

Evan Roquemore added 10 points for Foothill.

James Holmes scored 13 points and Vince Carducci 10 to lead the Wolves.

Green Valley 86, Del Sol 77 — At Del Sol, Austin Tebbs led four scorers in double figures with 20 points as the Gators held on for a road win over the Dragons.

Julian Franklin had 13 points and David Franklin 11 for Green Valley.

Devonti Gilmore led Del Sol with 17 points. Durrell McDonald added 15 points, Chris Sanders 14 and Anthony Martinez 11 for the Dragons.

Desert Pines 102, Rancho 67 — At Desert Pines, Reggie Shaw scored 25 points, including five 3-pointers, and had seven steals as the Jaguars clinched the Northeast League title with a blowout of the Rams.

Pierre Jackson had 21 points and 15 assists for Desert Pines. Daimar Harris made six 3s on his way to 20 points for the Jaguars, and teammate Chris Terry added 14 points.

Tyler Gaston had 23 points and Fabian Dominguez 14 for Rancho.

Eldorado 66, Chaparral 51 —
At Chaparral, Marcus Moreland scored 18 points to lead the Sundevils past the Cowboys.

Mitrell Clark added 17 points and Charles White 14 for Eldorado.

Robert Porter led Chaparral with 15 points.

Palo Verde 78, Shadow Ridge 37 — At Palo Verde, Moses Morgan and Davion Pearson each scored 13 points to help the Panthers defeat the Mustangs.

Bryce Cotton added 11 points for the Panthers.

Zach Hafen scored 16 points and Joseph Pearson 12 to lead Shadow Ridge.

Cheyenne 100, Arbor View 75 —
At Cheyenne, J’Quon Wroten led five double-figure scorers with 22 points and had eight rebounds as the Desert Shields ran past the Aggies.

Demetric Williams added 18 points, nine assists and six rebounds for Cheyenne. Chris McCall had 16 points, Elijah Johnson 14 points and Jaylen Henry 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Desert Shields.

Pierson Heath led Arbor View with 24 points. Maiscei Grier and Darington Banks each added 14 points and Anthony Trepagnier 13 for the Aggies.

The Meadows 59, Mountain View 54 — At The Meadows, Cameron Brown scored 16 points and Brett Leibowitz 10 as the Mustangs took an early 13-4 lead and held off the Saints.

Justyn Anderson led Mountain View with 29 points, and teammate Cortland LeBoeuf added 11 points.

Lake Mead 64, Faith Lutheran 51 —
At Lake Mead, De’Quan Thompson scored 19 points to lead the Eagles past the Crusaders.

Jeffrey Newton and Landon Littlefield each added 16 points for Lake Mead. Newton scored eight of his points during a 17-6 second-quarter run.

Chase Saunders led Faith Lutheran with 16 points. Brett Lubbe added 14 points and John Anger 10 for the Crusaders.

Calvary Chapel 66, Trinity 45 —
At Calvary Chapel, Joel Feigler had 19 points and 12 rebounds and Dario Rahming 16 points and nine rebounds as the Lions whipped the Thunder.

Budweiser Hawkins scored 29 points and Gage Neuwohner 14 for Trinity.

Needles (Calif.) 64, Agassi Prep 60 — At Agassi Prep, Darra Russell scored 23 points and had 12 rebounds to pace the Mustangs’ win over the Stars.

Stevie Kidd had 19 points and eight assists and Michael Hills 13 points for Needles.

Quincy Brown had 27 points and 15 rebounds and Jacoby Whitehead 18 points for Agassi Prep.

Henderson International 56, Spring Mountain 41 —
At Henderson International, Danny Moerman had 16 points and Robert Sampson 15 points and 15 rebounds to help the Wolverines down the Eagles.

Clay Tormey scored 12 points for Henderson, which led 23-6 after one quarter.

Davonte Sandifer led all scorers with 26 points for Spring Mountain.

Indian Springs 75, Sandy Valley 40 —
At Indian Springs, Brady Hughes and Junior Baker each scored 21 points to help the
Thunderbirds down the Sidewinders.

Hughes added 12 rebounds and eight blocks, and Patrick McClain scored 10 points for Indian Springs.

Conner Luther and Billy Berkheimer scored 11 points apiece to lead Sandy Valley.

Adelson School 63, Laughlin 57 — At Adelson School, Gabi Bornstein had 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Lions held off a late Laughlin rally to beat the Cougars.

Aaron Lapping added 15 points and Gil Reginiano added 13 for the Lions, who led 49-32 entering the fourth quarter.