ROUNDUP: Larson scores 35 to lead Desert Pines over Rancho

Tyler Larson had 35 points and 11 rebounds to lead Desert Pines’ boys basketball team to an 81-69 home victory over Rancho on Friday.

Dominique Lawrence had 15 points and 13 rebounds, Anjee McIver scored 13 points and Caleb Myles added 10 for the Jaguars.

Rancho’s Amir Royal scored 25 points, and Kris Hall had 18 points for the Rams.

Canyon Springs 88, Las Vegas 73  — At Canyon Springs, Jeremy Alexander had 19 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and two blocks to lift the Pioneers past the Wildcats.

Michael Thompson added 14 points for Canyon Springs, which outscored Las Vegas 23-12 in the third quarter to take control.

Tyree Anderson scored a game-high 32 points to lead the Wildcats.

Shadow Ridge 71, Cimarron-Memorial 62 — At Shadow Ridge, Josh Youngblood scored 23 points to help the Mustangs past the Spartans.

Zach Hafen scored 18 points for Shadow Ridge, which cruised after jumping ahead 23-13 in the first quarter.

Keven Olekaibe scored 36 points to lead Cimarron.

Western 74, Clark 68 — At Clark, Sir Washington scored 19 points and the Warriors ran past the Chargers.

Kenyon Washington had 18 points to help Western, which rallied from a two-point deficit in the final minutes. Albert Miller scored 16 points and Aaron Buckley added 14 for the Warriors.

Clark’s Steven Dancy had 30 points to lead all scorers. Alejandro Rangel added 11 points and Cheez Garry scored 10 for the Chargers.

Legacy 71, Centennial 68 — At Centennial, Ira Haywood scored 29 points, and the Longhorns held on to beat the Bulldogs after grabbing a 40-26 halftime lead.

Aaseem Dixon led Centennial with 33 points.

Eldorado 55, Chaparral 46 — At Chaparral, Curtis Stewart scored 18 points ,and Shawn Carter added 10 points to lead the Sundevils over the Cowboys.

Bre Onta Griffin led Chaparral with 12 points.

Sierra Vista 61, Bonanza 44 — At Bonanza, Viko Noma’aea and Justice Odabi each scored 17 points to lead the Mountain Lions past the Bengals.

Dylan Goings added 14 points for Sierra Vista, which was 18-for-21 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter and 29-for-35 in the game.

Dasean Martin scored 11 points for Bonanza, which was outscored 24-11 in the fourth quarter.

Valley 88, Sunrise Mountain 61 — At Sunrise Mountain, the Vikings outscored the Miners 32-13 in the third quarter and cruised to victory.

Christian Kessee scored 23 points to lead Valley. Angelo Coleman had 18 points and Jarrett Coleman added 13 for the Vikings.

Matthew Marshall led Sunrise Mountain with 15 points.

Palo Verde 92, Faith Lutheran 49 — At Faith Lutheran, Davion Pearson scored 25 points, and the Panthers took a 49-29 halftime lead to cruise to the rout.

Moses Morgan added 17 points and Andrew Topham had 13 for Palo Verde.

Sam Done scored 13 points and Wade Norman added 10 for the Crusaders.

Cheyenne 82, Mojave 38 — At Cheyenne, Jaylen Henry had 17 points and 12 rebounds to help the Desert Shields roll past the Rattlers.

Brian Organ added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Cheyenne, which led 37-15 at halftime.

Royale Jackson scored 13 points to lead Mojave.

Findlay Prep 83, Foothill 63 — At Foothill, Tristan Thompson had 25 points and nine rebounds to help the Pilots cruise past the Falcons.

Evan Roquemore had 31 points, five rebounds and four assists for Foothill, which nailed 10 3-pointers.

Lincoln County 72, Needles 69 — At Needles, Calif., Dantley Walker drained 10 3-pointers to finish with 43 points and five assists as the Lynx held off the Mustangs to claim sole possession of first place in the Class 2A Southern League.

Eric Rippetoe added 16 points and 10 rebounds for Lincoln County.

Anthony Ramos led Needles with 15 points and seven rebounds. Aaron Burns contributed 11 points and nine rebounds for the Mustangs, and Michael Hills had 10 points and six assists.

Calvary Chapel 50, White Pine 49 — At Calvary Chapel, Brandon Corbitt scored 14 points to help the Lions hold on for a win over the Bobcats.

Joey Peterson added 13 points for Calvary Chapel, which led 34-21 entering the fourth quarter.

Michael Johnson led White Pine with 19 points. Jacob Ashby added 16 points for the Bobcats, who tied the game twice in the fourth quarter but never led.

Virgin Valley 75, Moapa Valley 47 — At Mesquite, Jason Wittwer had 21 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals as the Bulldogs downed the Pirates.

Cameron Jensen also had 21 points, and Austin Cloes scored 15 for Virgin Valley, which led 24-7 after one quarter.

Kelan Weiss had 10 points to lead Moapa Valley.

Boulder City 63, Mountain View 56 — At Mountain View, Nate Hafen scored 20 points, and the Eagles used a 19-7 scoring burst in the fourth quarter to rally past the Saints.

Kyle Dimpel added 14 points and Preston Swasey had 11 for the Eagles.

Justyn Anderson paced the Saints with 17 points. Cortland LeBoeuf scored 16 and Trevor Van Kempen added 13 for Mountain View.

Agassi Prep 72, West Wendover 58 — At Agassi Prep, Quincy Brown scored 32 points to lead the Stars past the Wolverines.

Dimitri Amos had 17 points and 14 rebounds for Agassi Prep. LeShaun Sims contributed 11 points and six assists for the Stars.

Kevin Ramirez led West Wendover with 15 points, and Drew Arrien scored 12.

Beatty 64, Indian Springs 35 — At Indian Springs, Ramiro Hernandez scored 15 points and the Hornets easily defeated the Thunderbirds.

Ivan Maldonado had 11 points, and Anthony Turner added 10 points for Beatty.

Adam Reinke scored 15 points and Brock Roadhouse had 11 for Indian Springs.

Pahranagat Valley 55, Henderson International 29 — At Alamo, Cody Hosier scored 17 points to lead the Panthers in a rout of the Wolverines.

Tommy Williams added 12 points for Pahranagat Valley, which outscored Henderson International 14-3 in the third quarter.

Jay Sutorius led Henderson International with 10 points. Keenan Gladd-Brown contributed six points and six rebounds for the Wolverines.

Round Mountain 52, Spring Mountain 51 — At Round Mountain, Kyle Winters’ shot from beyond halfcourt with 1.3 seconds left lifted the Knights past the Eagles.

Spring Valley at Pahrump postponed
The Spring Valley at Pahrump game was postponed due to inclement weather for traveling. A makeup date has not yet been announced.

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