Coronado’s boys basketball team trailed by as much as 22 on Tuesday before rallying for an 83-78 home victory over Eldorado.
The Cougars trailed 26-11 after one quarter, but scored 30 second-quarter points to get back into the game.
Austin Nelson, Brandon Glanz and Adam Schmitt combined to score 26 points in the second quarter as Coronado pulled within five at 46-41 at halftime.
Nelson finished with 31 points and eight assists, and Glanz had 24 points and 20 rebounds. Glanz was especially tough on the offensive glass, finishing with eight offensive rebounds.
Curtis Stewart led Eldorado with 27 points. Ariel Baggett added 19 points for the Sundevils.
Del Sol 53, Chaparral 49 — At Del Sol, Fekadue Gebretekle and Jeff Coon each scored 13 points, and James Johnson added 10 points and 10 rebounds to help the Dragons get by the Cowboys.
Devontti Gilmore contributed nine points and seven assists for Del Sol, which was 14-for-19 from the free-throw line.
Chaparral’s Andre Wright had 11 points, and Bre Onta Griffin and Zack Kirschbaum each scored 10 for the Cowboys.
Centennial 73, Faith Lutheran 69 — At Faith Lutheran, Ben Vozzola scored 11 first- and third-quarter points to finish with 33 and help the Bulldogs edge the Crusaders.
Aaseem Dixon added 19 points, and Ryan Vozzola had 15 rebounds for Centennial.
Brett Lubbe led Faith Lutheran with 25 points. Greg Thomas added 15 points and Sam Done 14 for the Crusaders.
Foothill 83, Desert Pines 63 — At Foothill, Evan Roquemore scored 17 of his 27 points in the third quarter to help the Falcons down the Jaguars.
Ty Copeland and Brannon Cressanto each scored 11 points for the Falcons, which held Desert Pines without a field goal in the second quarter in building a 35-25 halftime lead.
Tyler Larson paced the Jaguars with 27 points. Dominique Lawrence scored 11 and Chancellor Davis added 10 for Desert Pines.
Clark 71, Tech 58 — At Tech, Steven Dancy scored 22 points to lead the Chargers past the Roadrunners.
Alejandro Rangel had 17 points and D’Andre Henderson added 12 for Clark, which outrebounded Tech 54-34.
Tech’s Michael Johnson had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Ben Seibert scored 11 points for the Roadrunners.
Spring Valley 64, Basic 52 — At Basic, Vince Johnson had 17 points and the Grizzles built a 35-23 haltime lead and cruised past the Wolves.
Corey Clement had 11 points and Anthony Moore added 10 for Spring Valley.
Vince Carducci led Basic with 12 points. Tyler Dobbins scored 10, and Nick Sangchaloay had nine point and nine rebounds for the Wolves.
Moapa Valley 55, Canyon View (Utah) 41 — At Overton, Josh Thompson scored 10 of his 26 points during a 14-6 second-quarter run as the Pirates downed Canyon View.
Thompson added five steals for Moapa Valley, which led 26-18 at the half.
Boulder City 67, The Meadows 62 — At Boulder City, Preston Swasey scored 19 points and hit two free throws in the final minute as the Eagles defeated the Mustangs.
Michael Walker had 13 points and Ryan Bowen scored 11 for Boulder City.
Austin Brown led The Meadows with 22 points. Garrett Gosse had 18 points and Max Newman added 14 for the Mustangs.
Virgin Valley 60, Pahrump Valley 48 — At Mesquite, Jason Wittwer had 19 points and Zach Horlacher added 16 as the Bulldogs rolled past the Trojans.
Calvary Chapel 51, Henderson International 37 — At Henderson International, the Lions opened the game with a 16-2 run and held off the Wolverines.
Tyler Moore scored 15 points and Joey Peterson had 13 to lead Calvary Chapel.
Jay Sutorius led Henderson International with 15 points.
Trinity 78, Adelson School 60 — At Adelson School, Gage Neuwohner had 23 points and Budweiser Hawkins added 22 to lead the Thunder past the Lions.
Gabi Bornstein led Adelson with 19 points.
Spring Mountain 36, Laughlin 32 — At Saville Middle School, De’Andre Hampton scored 15 points and Brock McQuade had 12 as the Eagles defeated the Cougars.
Lincoln County 102, Pahranagat Valley 77 — At Panaca, Dantley Walker scored 42 points a the Lynx cruised past the Panthers.
Eric Rippetoe added 34 points for Lincoln County.
Cody Hosier scored 36 points and Tommy Williams 10 for the Panthers.