ROUNDUP: Glover guides Silverado boys to upset of Cougars

Isaiah Glover had 21 points and 12 rebounds, and Silverado’s boys basketball team stormed back from a late 13-point deficit Tuesday to stun visiting Coronado, 67-59.

Joe Baldi had 21 points and Lamel Dixon added 12 points for the Skyhawks, who outscored Coronado, 32-11 in the fourth quarter.

Justice Augmon scored 24 points, and Charlie Teixeira chipped in 17 points for Coronado, which also got 15 points from Jordan Willis.

Durango 81, Shadow Ridge 77 — At Shadow Ridge, Da’jon Streeter poured in 28 points to help the Trailblazers edge the Mustangs.

Tyler Watts had 18 points, and Dartangan Rollins added 10 points for Durango.

Enrique White paced the Mustangs with 22 points. Serph Decker added 17 points, and Terrell Bowden contributed 14 points, eight assists and seven rebounds for Shadow Ridge.

Basic 76, Green Valley 72 — At Basic, Devonte Boyd compiled 22 points, seven rebounds and six assists to pace the Wolves to an overtime win against the Gators.

Andrew Lopez had 15 points and six assists, and Jaylen Rose added 15 points for Basic, which was down five points with one minute to go in overtime, but used its press to force Green Valley to force two turnovers.

Isaiah Villaros supplied 11 points and eight rebounds for Basic.

Tyler Roberts led Green Valley with 19 points. Clyde Austin scored 16 points, and Ikaika Pladera tallied 11 points for the Gators.

Arbor View 76, Cimarron-Memorial 72 — At Arbor View, Justin Burks scored 19 points, and teammate Navonte Hill compiled 18 points, five rebounds, five steals and five assists to help the Aggies nip the Spartans.

Hill made a key layup with less than 20 seconds to play for the game’s final margin for Arbor View, which got 11 points and six assists from Terrell Butler. Charles Porter added 13 points for the Aggies.

J.C. Broussard had 20 points to lead Cimarron, which got 17 points from Tyler Willinsky and 10 points from Donald Hardaway.

Cheyenne 58, Canyon Springs 42 — At Cheyenne, Jas Coulson logged 18 points and six rebounds to help the Desert Shields rally past the Pioneers.

Juwan Washington added 11 points, six rebounds and three steals for Cheyenne, which battled back after trailing 39-33 at the end of the third quarter. Teammate Edward Shaw had 10 points.

Kentabius Traylor scored 15 points, and Shaquile Carr added 13 points to lead Canyon Springs, which was held to three points in the fourth quarter.

Las Vegas 76, Liberty 62 —
At Liberty, Aziz Leeks poured in 26 points, and Juwan Major added 15 points to help power the Wildcats to a win over the Patriots.

Re’Kwon Smith added 14 points, and Roberto Zavala supplied 10 points for Las Vegas, which used a 17-6 first quarter to take control.

Jeremy Lontayao scored 18 points to lead Liberty, which got 13 points from Elijah Graves and 10 points and 10 rebounds from Dartivius Young.

Legacy 88, Mojave 61 — At Legacy, the Longhorns outscored the Rattlers 50-26 in the middle quarters to pull away.

Donavon Gray hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 of his 18 points in the third quarter as the Longhorns extended a 35-30 halftime lead to 62-43.

Khari Sloane added 14 points, and Ramell Plair scored 11 for Legacy.

Jason Wallace paced Mojave with 17 points, and Devin Flowers scored 13 for the Rattlers.

Virgin Valley 63, Sunrise Mountain 58 — At Sunrise Mountain, Garrett Leavitt scored 15 points, and teammates Tyson Teerlink and Dee Bowler each supplied 14 points to help the Bulldogs edge the Miners.

Dillon Graves added 12 points for Virgin Valley, which used a 27-18 fourth quarter spurt to overcome a 40-36 deficit.

Jason Ford had 13 points to lead Sunrise Mountain, which got 10 points apiece from Jovon Kirtley and Zane Gibbs.

Desert Oasis 67, Western 30 —
At Western, Marvin Duty scored 14 points to lead the Diamondbacks past the Warriors.

Kodi Leslie scored 11 points for Desert Oasis, which led 36-14 at halftime.

Alezae Porter scored 11 points to lead Western.

Chaparral 49, Tech 37 — At Tech, Tyree McNeal scored 15 points to lead the Cowboys past the Roadrunners.

Eric Johnson and Paul Chitongo added 10 points apiece for Chaparral.

Bryan Catenza had 11 points, and Josh West scored 10 for Tech.

Boulder City 54, Moapa Valley 42 —
At Boulder City, Lane Worrall scored 16 points to help the Eagles to a win over the Pirates.

Kaleb Bailey added 13 points for Boulder City, which used a 13-5 third quarter run to pull away.

Jackson Mortensen tallied 17 points, and Justin Hughes had 12 points for Moapa Valley.

Agassi Prep 87, Mountain View 58 — At Agassi Prep. Dennis Walker scored 22 points to lead the Stars past the Saints.

Steven Jones added 18 points for Agassi, which jumped to a 38-18 first-quarter lead. Dwane Thomas had 13 points, and Wa’t Manor added 10 points for the Stars.

Matthew Larson led Mountain View with 15 points, and teammate T.J. Kissinger scored 12.

Calvary Chapel 51, Laughlin 46 —
 At Calvary Chapel, Drew Hammond pumped in 23 points, and the Lions overcame a 35-30 deficit entering the fourth quarter to down the Cougars.

Trey Smith had 13 points, and Averie Prosise scored 10 for Laughlin.

Beaver Dam (Ariz.) 46, Sandy Valley 32 — At Littlefield, Ariz., the Diamondbacks raced to a 31-11 halftime lead and downed the Sidewinders.

Logan Shelton had 12 points for Sandy Valley.