Marcus Allen scored 24 points Friday to lead Centennial’s boys basketball team to the Northwest League title with a 71-65 win over visiting Palo Verde.
Malcolm Allen added 19 points for the Bulldogs, who surged ahead late in the third quarter and maintained the lead throughout the fourth. Neiman Lee scored 12 for the Bulldogs
Eris Winder scored 18 points to lead Palo Verde. Michael Buchanan added 16 points, Jordyn Martin scored 14 and Nahjee Matlock 10 for the Panthers.
Green Valley 77, Liberty 52 — At Green Valley, Durrell McDonald had 22 points, and Lorenzo Jarvis provided 16 points and eight rebounds as the Gators downed the Patriots.
Devan Kohn added 18 points for Green Valley, which got nine assists from Ikaika Pladera.
Jeremy Lontayao led Liberty with 13 points, and teammate Rhandy Tomlinson chipped in 12 points.
Coronado 81, Del Sol 58 — At Coronado, Dominique Muhammad had 17 points to help lead the Cougars past the Dragons.
Jordan Willis added 15 points, Teyshawn Campbell scored 10, and Lamar Walker posted 10 rebounds and nine blocked shots for Coronado.
Spring Valley 70, Desert Oasis 47 — At Desert Oasis, Rahfe’l King scored 22 points, and Ryan Vozzola added 19 points to help lead the Grizzlies to a win over the Diamondbacks and a spot in the Sunset Region playoffs.
Sean Clancey chipped in nine points for Spring Valley, which used a 23-8 third quarter to pull away.
Juliano Rosario scored 13 points to lead Desert Oasis, which got nine points from Tailer Bowen.
Shadow Ridge 57, Legacy 55 — At Shadow Ridge, Nick Flowers scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter as the Mustangs nipped the Longhorns.
David Everage added 15 points, and Malcom Davis added 10 points for Shadow Ridge.
Legacy’s Zack Lane scored 25 points, and Cardon Harris added 19 points for Legacy, which missed a game-tying layup as time expired.
Bishop Gorman 96, Bonanza 55 — At Bonanza, Rosco Allen scored 19 points as the Gaels easily dispatched the Bengals.
Rashad Muhammad and Ben Carter each added 15 points, and Trey Kennedy scored 11 for Gorman, which got 10 points apiece from Demetris Morant and Nick Gianakoulas.
Marques Barnes led Bonanza with 16 points.
Clark 65, Sierra Vista 52 — At Clark, Kentrell Washington scored 14 points to help the Chargers down the Mountain Lions.
Bryan McGriff added 12 points for Clark, which broke open a close game by outscoring Sierra Vista 18-9 in the third quarter. DeAndre Henderson added 10 points for the Chargers.
Sean Williams led the Mountain Lions with 13 points, and teammate Adrian Mercad scored 11.
Durango 68, Western 57 — At Western, Joe Tuss had 20 points and 11 rebounds as the Trailblazers defeated the Warriors.
Tyler Watts added 15 points for Durango, and teammate Tre’von Wells scored 13.
Nate Johnson had 23 points and 23 rebounds for Western, and Samuel Jamerson added 20 points for the Warriors.
Cimarron-Memorial 54, Faith Lutheran 51 — At Faith Lutheran, Eric Brewer scored 21 points as the Spartans nipped the Crusaders.
Arin Henderson added 12 points for Cimarron, which outscored Faith Lutheran 20-13 in the fourth quarter.
D’Khari Hicks had 13 points, and John Molchon scored 10 for Faith Lutheran.
Arbor View 69, Mojave 59 — At Arbor View, Blake Claxton had 22 points and eight rebounds to lift the Aggies past the Rattlers.
Blake Truman added 10 points for Arbor View.
Lorenzo Guerrero led Mojave with 21 points, and Jason Wallace and Bryant Lewis each scored 10 for the Rattlers.
Basic 69, Tech 41 — At Tech, Corey Lewis hit three third-quarter 3-pointers and finished with 14 points to lead the Wolves past the Roadrunners.
Jaylen Rose also scored 14 points for Basic, which broke it open in the third after squeezing to a 23-22 halftime lead.
Dalton Webb led Tech with 20 points.
Cheyenne 67, Moapa Valley 48 — At Cheyenne, Patrick Branch had 17 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocks to lead the Desert Shields past the Pirates.
Jamal Peterson had 12 points and five assists, and Brian Laws had 10 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks for Cheyenne.
Shane Terril led Moapa Valley with 11 points.
Virgin Valley 64, Boulder City 55 — At Mesquite, Tyson Teerlink scored 18 points to help the Bulldogs down the Eagles.
Dee Bowler added 11 points for Virgin Valley, which hit 16 of 22 free-throw attempts in the fourth quarter to put it away.
Kaleb Bailey led Boulder City with 18 points.
Agassi Prep 80, Calvary Chapel 41 — At Calvary Chapel, Kalinn Jackson scored 13 points to help the Stars defeat the Lions.
Demetrius White added 12 points for Agassi, which had six players in double figures.
Ryan Barten led Calvary Chapel with 12 points.
The Meadows 64, Lake Mead 52 — At The Meadows, Garrett Gosse scored 24 points, and Max Newman added 17 points to help the Mustangs past the Eagles.
Lake Mead’s Justin Yamzon had 31 points, and Caleb Pitman scored 11 for the Eagles.
Needles 87, Lincoln County 79 — At Panaca, Lewie Larrabee had 32 points to lead the Mustangs past the Lynx.
Aaron Burns added 26 points, and Austin Baldwin scored 10 for Lincoln County.
Chandler Katschke had 39 points and 17 rebounds for Lincoln County. Derek Cheeney added 17 points for the Lynx.
Round Mountain 61, Beatty 59 — At Round Mountain, Mitchell Doheny poured in 22 points, and the Knights survived a 3-point attempt at the buzzer to nip the Hornets.
Serjio Chavez added 21 points for Round Mountain.
Jose Moreno paced Beatty with 16 points.
Sandy Valley 72, Indian Springs 54 — At Sandy Valley, Ryan Hagan scored 24 points as the Sidewinders clinched the No. 4 seed for the Class 1A Southern League playoffs by downing the Thunderbirds.
Brandon Hughes added 21 points for Sandy Valley.
Dominic Morgando had 26 points, and Brock Roadhouse scored 15 for Indian Springs.
Pahranagat Valley 81, Adelson School 34 — At Alamo, Tyler Higbee had 19 points as the Panthers wrapped up a perfect Class 1A Southern campaign by routing the Lions.
Kade Wadsworth added 14 points, and Derek Hansen scored 13 for Pahranagat Valley, which got 10 points from Austin Poulsen.
Ross Behrin led Adelson School with 13 points.
Spring Mountain 73, Trinity 31 — At Trinity, Roemello Brandon had 20 points and 16 rebounds as the Eagles routed the Thunder.
Marquion White added 13 points for Spring Mountain, which led 37-19 at the half.
Kien Nguyen paced Trinity with 19 points.