Justin Burks scored six of his 21 points in overtime Thursday as Arbor View’s boys basketball team edged host Legacy, 74-73.
Burks hit two free throws with about 30 seconds to play to make it 74-71.
Legacy scored on the other end, and then fouled Blake Claxton with four seconds to play.
Claxton, who led all scorers with 27 points, missed both free throws. Chris Cook rebounded for the Longhorns, and took the ball the other way, but his long 3-pointer at the buzzer went off the back rim.
Cook had 21 points and Zach Lane scored 20 for Legacy, which outscored Arbor View 19-12 in the fourth quarter to force the extra period.
Cardon Harris added 16 points for the Longhorns, who had two shots in the final 20 seconds of regulation, but couldn’t take the lead.
Faith Lutheran 50, Cheyenne 46 — At Cheyenne, D’Khari Hicks scored 15 points to help the Crusaders overcome the Desert Shields.
D.J. Manning added 10 points for the Faith Lutheran, which led 22-10 at the half and never relinquished the lead.
Bryan Laws had 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead Cheyenne.
Gary Stewart added nine points and seven rebounds for the Desert Shields.
Centennial 70, Shadow Ridge 50 — At Shadow Ridge, Evan Martin had 21 points, and the Bulldogs outscored the Mustangs 37-21 in the middle quarters to earn a road win.
Marcus Allen had 18 points, and Malcolm Allen scored 14 for Centennial.
Terell Bowden had 10 points to lead Shadow Ridge, which got nine points from William Martin.
Clark 78, Desert Oasis 41 — At Desert Oasis, Bryan McGriff scored 20 points as the Chargers surged past the Diamondbacks.
Diontae Jones had 11 points, and DeAndre Henderson added 10 points for Clark, which led 34-19 at the half.
Noah Jefferson scored 10 points to lead Desert Oasis.
Bishop Gorman 65, Western 43 — At Western, Rosco Allen led a balanced attack with 12 points as the Gaels topped the Warriors.
Mishima Gray had 11 points, and Shabazz Muhammad scored 10 for Gorman, which led 19-3 after one quarter and 40-10 at the half. Eleven Gorman players scored.
Nate Johnson scored 10 points to lead Western.
Palo Verde 76, Cimarron-Memorial 56 — At Cimarron, Nahjee Matlock and Michael Buchanan each had 15 points to help the Panthers top the Spartans.
Eris Winder and Jordyn Martin each added 10 points for Palo Verde, which outscored Cimarron 27-14 in the third quarter to extend its lead to 56-36.
Cimarron’s Erik Brewer led all scorers with 26 points, and teammate Arin Henderson scored 19.
Sierra Vista 73, Pahrump Valley 45 — At Sierra Vista, Corey Noma’aea had 17 points, and the Mountain Lions jumped to a 37-20 halftime lead on their way to a win over the Trojans.
Sean Williams added 16 points for Sierra Vista.
Bret Kunzi paced Pahrump with 15 points. Dalton Beighley added 13 points, and Cavasio Edwards scored 11 for the Trojans.
Virgin Valley 40, Mojave 35 — At Mojave, the Bulldogs closed the game on a 6-1 run to earn the win.
Humberto Urias scored 10 points, and Nolan Tanner added nine points for Virgin Valley, which used a 12-4 second quarter run to build a 23-15 halftime lead, but needed the closing run to secure the win.
Adelson School 53, Liberty Baptist 35 — At Adelson School, Mendy Berrebi scored 17 points to help the Lions to a victory over the Eagles.
Ross Behrin had 10 points, and Robert Blackwell scored nine for Adelson, which used a 14-4 fourth quarter spurt to pull away.
Danny Guerrero led Liberty Baptist with 18 points.
Beatty 68, Trinity 23 — At Beatty, Carlos Gomez scored 20 points, and the Hornets took a 23-2 lead after one quarter and cruised past the Thunder.
Chris Dunlap added 11 points, and Jose Moreno scored 10 for Beatty.
Kien Nguyen led Trinity with nine points.
Spring Mountain 67, Word of Life 34 — At Saville Middle School, Marquion White had 24 points as Spring Mountain downed Word of Life.
Derrick Washington added 11 points for Spring Mountain.
Joe Viser scored 11 for Word of Life.
Pahranagat Valley 40, Enterprise (Utah) 31 — At Alamo, Tyler Higbee scored 12 points to lead the Panthers to the win.
Austin Poulsen and Derek Hansen each scored 11 points for Pahranagat Valley, which limited the Wolves to single-digit scoring in every quarter.