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ROUNDUP: Harris, Legacy boys topple Centennial

Cardon Harris scored 26 points Monday to help Legacy’s boys basketball team to a 78-74 road victory over Centennial.
The Longhorns led 52-47 entering the fourth quarter and sealed the win at the free-throw line, where they converted 16 of 20.
Jalen Hall added 18 points and Brandon Galindo scored 14 for Legacy.
Centennial’s Aaseem Dixon scored 26 points, including five 3-pointers in the second quarter. Joe Marshall added 14 points for the Bulldogs.
Desert Pines 58, Rancho 57 — At Rancho, Leon Saunders had 23 points, and the Jaguars grabbed a 24-11 lead and survived a harried closing stretch to nip the Rams.
Rancho missed three shots and was finally fouled attempting to get a rebound as time expired. The Rams missed the front end of a one-and-one, ending the game.
Najee McIver added 11 points, and Joshua Velarde scored 10 for Desert Pines.
Kris Hall supplied 16 points, and Ciaran Subira scored 14 for Rancho.
Eldorado 76, Chaparral 61 — At Eldorado, Curtis Stewart scored 23 points to lead the Sundevils past the Cowboys.
D.J. Billingsly added 14 points for Eldorado, which outscored Chaparral, 42-30 in the second half.
Zach Kirschbaum led the Cowboys with 18 points, and teammate Aubrey Ferguson scored 14.
Cimarron-Memorial 83, Shadow Ridge 70 — At Shadow Ridge, Erik Brewer scored 24 points to give the Spartans a win over the Mustangs.
Christian Brown scored 14 points, Deijon Spillers 13, Mussie Gebremeskel 11 and Marques Brown 10 for Cimarron.
David Everage led Shadow Ridge with 16 points.
Jordan Brown and Sam Smith each added 12 points, and Nick Flowers scored 11 for the Mustangs.
Canyon Springs 74, Las Vegas 53 — At Las Vegas, Jared Brandon knocked down four 3-pointers and finished with 22 points as the Pioneers cruised past the Wildcats.
Michael Thompson scored nine of his 21 points in the third quarter as Canyon Springs outscored Las Vegas, 25-13 to take a 54-38 lead.
Phil Dunigan scored 16 points, and Hasaan Henderson added 15 points for Las Vegas.
Mojave 74, Cheyenne 49 — At Cheyenne, Andrew Lotts scored 21 to help lift the Rattlers past the Desert Shields.
Deon Walters had 12 points, and Joseph Jenkins scored 11 for Mojave.
Khalid Banks led Cheyenne with 16 points.
Palo Verde 90, Faith Lutheran 75 — At Faith Lutheran, Eris Winder scored 20 points as the Panthers defeated the Crusaders.
Jordyn Martin added 15 points, Nahjee Matlock had 11 points, and Mitchell Scott scored 10 for Palo Verde.
James Hammer had 19 points and D’Khari Hicks 18 for Faith Lutheran.
Sierra Vista 85, Bonanza 56 — At Sierra Vista, Maiscei Grier had 17 points, and the Mountain Lions built a 50-20 halftime lead and cruised past the Bengals.
Viko Noma’aea added 14 points and 11 assists, and Cory Noma’aea scored 11 for Sierra Vista, which got 12 rebounds from Gary Jacobs.
Teyshawn Campbell led Bonanza with 15 points, and teammate John King scored 10.
Western 63, Clark 43 — At Clark, Kentrell Washington had 22 points to lead the Warriors past the Chargers.
DeAndre Henderson scored 16 points and Brian McGriff 15 for the Chargers.
Spring Valley 81, Pahrump Valley 49 — At Pahrump, the Grizzlies hit 11 3-pointers on the way to the easy win over the Trojans.
Shannon Nolan scored 17 and  Gary Payton added 16 points for Spring Valley, which got 10 points apiece from Deshaun Nowlin and Shadi Darwich.
Josh Schulz led Pahrump with 18 points, and Dajhan Celius added 13 points.
Valley 83, Sunrise Mountain 46 — At Valley, Christian Kessee scored a game-high 18 points as the Vikings beat the Miners.
Jarrett Coleman scored 13 and Johnny Arbelaez 11 for Valley.
Shmarlio Tolliver had 13 points to lead Sunrise Mountain.
Bishop Gorman 103, Desert Oasis 46 — At Desert Oasis, the Gaels took a 23-7 first-quarter lead and cruised past the Diamondbacks.
Shabazz Muhammad scored 18 points for Gorman, which knocked down 15 of 16 from the free-throw line. Rosco Allen added 16 points, and Ryan Parks had 15 points for the Gaels.
Noah Robotham talllied 11 points for Gorman, which led 58-24 at the half.
Cameron Mich’l led Desert Oasis with 28 points.

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