Adrianna Jones drilled a 3-pointer at the buzzer Wednesday to give the Western girls basketball a 43-40 home win over Sunrise Mountain.
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Las Vegas High’s Teconna Dyer scored 12 points Tuesday, and the Wildcats made 17 of 21 free throws to hang on for a 44-36 home win over Valley.
Niara Smith had 24 points, and Cimarron-Memorial outscored host Arbor View 8-4 in the second overtime to earn a 60-56 girls basketball victory on Monday.
Here is a look at some of the week’s top high school sporting events.
Kristal Jackson had 23 points as Lincoln County’s girls basketball team rolled to a 56-26 home win over The Meadows on Saturday.
London Pavlica had 12 of her team-high 20 points in the first half and sparked host Liberty to a 66-47 nonleague win over No. 5 Spring Valley on Friday.
Isabelle Meza scored the game-winning basket with nine seconds remaining Friday to lift Pahrump Valley’s girls basketball team to a 35-33 win over visiting Boulder City.
For the second consecutive game Western’s girls basketball team went on the road and left with a win by the slimmest of margins, defeating host Mojave 33-32 Thursday night.
Ejanae Coopwood had a game-high 17 points, and Cheyenne’s girls basketball team edged host Desert Pines 44-40 on Thursday to maintain its hold on first place in the Class 3A Sunset League.
Liberty junior Dre’una Edwards has become one of the top girls basketball players in Southern Nevada is starting to reap the benefits of her hard work on the recruiting trail.
Rancho’s Kyndal Ricks scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Rams girls basketball team to a 42-33 win at Valley on Wednesday.
The Grizzlies used the loss from December as more motivation to defend home court