ROUNDUP: Sierra Vista tops Bishop Gorman in overtime in boys basketball

Miguel Reyes had eight of his 22 points in overtime to help Sierra Vista’s boys basketball team defeat visiting Bishop Gorman 86-82 on Friday night.

Ray Tapusoa, who had 23 points for the Mountain Lions, hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer in regulation to send the game into overtime. Gorman had held a six-point lead in the fourth quarter.

Sierra Vista led 38-35 at the half, but quick fouls by the Mountain Lions put Gorman into the bonus midway through the third quarter. The Gaels hit 29 free throws in the game as three Sierra Vista starters fouled out.

Quinten Chow had 20 points and Amir Garrett 11 rebounds for the Mountain Lions.

Kylel Coleman, who hit 12 free throws, had 28 points to lead Gorman. John Loyd had 16 points, Anson Winder scored 15 and Czar Robotham 11 for the Gaels.

Desert Oasis 70, Bonanza 69 — Cameron Mich’l had 29 points, including two free throws with 11 seconds to go in overtime to help the Diamondbacks edge the Bengals.

Mich’l’s free throws gave Desert Oasis a 70-67 lead.

Bonanza then missed a 3-point attempt and made a rebound basket for the final margin.

Nick Cruz added 11 points for the Diamondbacks.

Andrew Whiting led Bonanza with 21 points. Matt Vu and Dasean Martin each added 13 points for the Bengals, who led 48-42 entering the fourth quarter.

Cheyenne 64, Legacy 62 — At Cheyenne, Xavian Johnson hit the winning basket after rebounding his own missed free throw with nine seconds left to lift the Desert Shields past Legacy.

Johnson made the first of two free throws but missed the second. He grabbed the rebound and hit a stick-back basket to put Cheyenne ahead.

Chris McCall led the Desert Shields with 15 points. Demetric Williams scored 14 points and Khyriece Campbell 10 for Cheyenne.

Samuel Johnson led the Longhorns with 20 points. Terrell Evans added 17 points and Ira Haywood 13 for Legacy.

Foothill 70, Liberty 63 — At Liberty, Foothill hit 7 of 8 free throws in overtime to down the Patriots.

A.J. Shepard led Foothill with 18 points. Micah Shepard added 16 points, Kadeem Minor 13 and Cody Gomez 10 for the Falcons.

Milos Knezevic scored 27 points for Liberty, which trailed 47-41 entering the fourth quarter. Kenneth Peters added 16 points.

Del Sol 73, Basic 69 — At Del Sol, Devontti Gilmore was 5-for-6 from the 3-point range and finished with 17 points as the Dragons edged the Wolves.

Del Sol took advantage of Basic turnovers early to take a 39-23 lead at the half. The Dragons had 12 steals in the game.

Jeff Coon had 13 points and Tareg Omer 10 for Del Sol.

Vince Carducci led Basic with 24 points. Jamas Holmes added 12 points and Tyler Dobbins 10 for the Wolves.

Mojave 71, Shadow Ridge 58 — At Shadow Ridge, Anthony Marshall scored 27 of his game-high 38 points in the second half as the Rattlers downed the Mustangs.

Mojave led 27-24 at halftime before Marshall’s big second half.

Kevin James added 10 points and 11 rebounds for Mojave, which was 21-for-28 on free throws.

Zach Hafen led Shadow Ridge with 15 points.

Arbor View 74, Cimarron-Memorial 63 — At Cimarron, the Aggies led by 12 points after the first quarter and held a double-digit lead from there.

Darington Banks had 20 points to lead Arbor View. Maiscei Grier had 16 points, Kenny Mack 15 and James Graham 12 for the Aggies.

Kevin Olekaibe led Cimarron with 31 points. Dylan Brummett hit three consecutive 3-pointers and finished with 15 points for the Spartans.

Palo Verde 76, Centennial 62 — At Palo Verde, Moses Morgan scored 24 points to help the Panthers down the Bulldogs.

Drew Topham added 13 points for Palo Verde, which outscored Centennial 21-9 in the second quarter to take a 38-20 halftime lead.

Matt Holley led Centennial with 20 points. Anil Kundanani added 15 points for the Bulldogs.

Green Valley 59, Tech 54 — At Green Valley, Glenn Bewley had 15 points and nine rebounds to help the Gators edge the Roadrunners.

Bill Tuttle had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Green Valley, which committed several turnovers down the stretch to help Tech keep it close.

Michael Johnson led the Roadrunners with 17 points. Brandon Tiffany added 13 points for Tech.

Silverado 90, Coronado 72 — At Silverado, Wade Collie had 25 points, eight rebounds and three assists to help lift the Skyhawks over the Cougars.

Ali Sabra scored 25 points and James Lata 23 for Silverado, which took over early and led throughout.

Austin Nelson scored 21 points to lead Coronado. Charlie Wakefield added 16 points for the Cougars.

Durango 54, Clark 33 — At Clark, Marcus Falley scored 15 points as the Trailblazers rolled past the Chargers.

Devonte Williams added 10 points for Durango, which outscored Clark 13-2 in the second quarter to take a 14-12 halftime lead.

Steven Dancy scored 10 points for Clark.

Western 59, Pahrump Valley 43 — At Western, Deion Harrell had 13 points and eight rebounds to help the Warriors defeat the Trojans.

Brad Cairo had 12 points and five assists to help Western, which held Pahrump scoreless in the first quarter.

Marvin Weekly had 15 points to lead the Trojans, and teammate Tyler True scored 13.

Moapa Valley 58, Boulder City 57 — At Boulder City, Max Jenkins nailed three free throws with 10 seconds remaining to lift the Pirates over the Eagles.

Shaun Hilton had 18 points to lead Moapa, which trailed by five points with two minutes remaining.

Joey Western scored 22 points to lead Boulder City, which missed 11 of 22 free throws.

Faith Lutheran 62, Virgin Valley 49 — At Faith Lutheran, the Crusaders led by as many as 28 points in the fourth quarter to easily win their Class 3A Southern League opener.

Chase Saunders scored 21 points and Brett Lubbe 10 for Faith Lutheran.

Cameron Jensen scored 18 points to lead Virgin Valley.

Agassi Prep 60, Calvary Chapel 52 — At Agassi, Tay Sheperd scored 29 points to help lift the Stars over the Lions.

Quincy Brown had 20 points and 18 rebounds for Agassi, which took over in the second quarter after trailing 17-13 in the first.

White Pine 51, Mountain View 44 — At Ely, the Saints fell behind by 22 points in the third quarter and didn’t recover.

Mountain View went on a 9-2 run to tie the score at 40 in the final six minutes, but the Bobcats outscored the Saints 11-4 from there.

Dillon Neubauer scored 12 points, Michael Johnson 11 and Wade Wilkinson 10 for White Pine, which won despite not making a free throw.

Raymond Velarde scored 14 points for Mountain View. Justyn Anderson had 13 points and nine steals and Cortland LeBoeuf 11 points for the Saints.

Needles 99, The Meadows 60 — At The Meadows, Darra Russell had 34 points, 23 rebounds and 11 assists as Needles rolled past the host school.

Stevie Kidd added 23 points and 10 assists for Needles. Anthony Ramos had 17 points and Michael Hills 15 for Needles.

Henderson International 43, Tonopah 40 — At Tonopah, Vinh Thai drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer to cap a huge comeback by the Wolverines.

Tonopah entered the fourth quarter with a 36-23 lead, but the Wolverines finished the game on a 20-4 run, including Thai's game-winning trey.

Danny Moerman led Henderson International with 18 points. Clay Tormey added 14 points.

Spring Mountain 73, Sandy Valley 15 — At Seville Middle School, Rodney Harvey had 17 points as the Golden Eagles routed the Sidewinders.

Davonte Sandifer added 15 points and Terrence Green 11 for Spring Mountain, which led 49-6 at the half.

Beatty 56, Lund 41 — At Lund, Anthony Regalado scored a game-high 26 points to lead the Hornets to victory in their Class 1A Southern League opener.

Lake Mead 67, Round Mountain 17 — At Round Mountain, Landon Littlefield and Jeff Newton each scored 11 points as the Eagles won in a rout.

Lake Mead built a 27-5 halftime lead and outscored the Knights 24-2 in the third quarter.