Bryan Laws’ free throw with two seconds left Wednesday allowed Cheyenne’s boys basketball team to stun visiting Centennial, 56-55.
Laws had 15 points and 15 rebounds for the Desert Shields, who trailed 24-17 after one quarter.
Gary Stewart and Jamal Peterson each supplied 11 points for Cheyenne.
Marcus Allen scored 22 points for Centennial, which would have secured the Northwest League title with a win, but instead must beat Palo Verde on Friday to be the league’s top seed in the Sunset Region playoffs.
Malcolm Allen added 12 points for the Bulldogs.
Legacy 74, Palo Verde 70 — At Legacy, Chris Cook and Cardon Harris each scored nine of his 15 points in the fourth quarter as the Longhorns stormed back from a 60-48 deficit to knock off the Panthers.
Zach Lane had 19 points for the Longhorns, who made 14 of 18 free throws in the fourth quarter and hit 28 of 41 from the line in the game, compared to Palo Verde’s 3 of 9 effort from the line.
Eris Winder led Palo Verde with 16 points. Darryl Gaynor added 13 points, and Nahjee Matlock and Jordyn Martin each scored 12 for the Panthers.
Bishop Gorman 86, Clark 73 — At Gorman, Shabazz Muhammad had 34 points and eight rebounds, and the Gaels used a strong second half to down the Chargers and clinch the Southwest League title.
Rosco Allen added 20 points for Gorman, which stretched a 46-40 halftime lead to as many as 23 points during the second half.
Demetris Morant had 14 points and five blocks for Gorman. Ben Carter had eight points and 10 rebounds for the Gaels, and teammate Gio Guzman dished out eight assists.
Sir Washington had 30 points, and Kentrell Washington scored 11 for Clark.
Green Valley 94, Tech 57 — At Green Valley, Lorenzo Jarvis had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Gators in a rout of the Roadrunners.
Devan Kohn added 15 points, and Durrell McDonald and Brandon Hoisington each added 13 points for Green Valley.
Josh West led Tech with 22 points.
Foothill 73, Liberty 66 — At Liberty, Brannon Cresanto scored 21 points as the Falcons overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to rally past the Patriots.
Darren Buckles had 19 points, and Greg Cox and Tyler Roberts added eight points apiece for Foothill, which outscored Liberty 45-31 in the second half.
Jeremy Lontayao scored 20 points, and Rhandy Tomlinson had 15 points for Liberty.
Spring Valley 66, Western 56 — At Spring Valley, Sean Clancey scored 18 points, and the Grizzlies overcame an early 16-7 deficit to defeat the Warriors.
Rahfe’l King and Shannon Nolan each added 16 points, and Ryan Vozzola had 14 points and eight rebounds for Spring Valley.
Nate Johnson led Wester with 22 points, and teammate Samuel Jamerson scored 21.
Durango 61, Bonanza 36 — At Durango, Tyler Watts scored 22 points as the Trailblazers rolled by the Bengals.
Joe Tuss added eight points and 12 rebounds, and Tyler Jones supplied seven points, seven assists and six rebounds for Durango.
Cameron Ladson led Bonanza with nine points.
Del Sol 59, Basic 54 — At Del Sol, Max Prescott scored 16 points to rally the Dragons to a victory over the Wolves.
Jesus Magallon added 10 points for Del Sol, which went 9 of 10 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter.
Jaylen Rose led Basic with 23 points, and teammate Devonte Boyd scored 19.
Faith Lutheran 54, Arbor View 52 — At Faith Lutheran, Sam Stevens converted a three-point play with 18 seconds left, and the Crusaders hung on to edge the Aggies.
Stevens finished with 15 points. Austin Ortwein had 11 points, and Brenden Meyer supplied 10 points and 10 rebounds for Faith Lutheran.
Blake Claxton scored 25 points, and Terrell Butler added 17 points for Arbor View.
Desert Oasis 69, Pahrump Valley 61 — At Desert Oasis, Taeler Bowen had 23 points, and the Diamondbacks rallied from a 30-24 halftime deficit to force overtime and down the Trojans.
Noah Jefferson added 19 points, and Juliano Rosario scored 17 for Desert Oasis.
Bret Kunzi led Pahrump with 19 points, and teammate Dalton Beighley scored 12.
Shadow Ridge 59, Mojave 29 — At Mojave, David Everage scored 22 points to help the Mustangs cruise past the Rattlers.
Jaishan Dean and Malik Abbott scored six points each for Mojave, which was outscored 13-0 in the third quarter.