Adriana Heredia drained three 3-pointers to help spark a third-quarter comeback Friday as Tech’s girls basketball team rallied from a 14-2 first-quarter deficit to stun visiting Coronado, 48-43.
Heredia finished with 23 points, helping Tech outscore the Cougars 20-7 in the third quarter.
Sofie Cruz paced Coronado with 13 points, and teammate Sarah Dexter scored 12.
Liberty 66, Silverado 39 — At Silverado, Amanda Delgado scored 26 points to lift the Patriots to a win over the Skyhawks.
Jade Washington added 12 points for Liberty, which broke the game open midway through the first quarter and stormed to a 38-17 halftime lead.
Natalie Lainhart led Silverado with 15 points.
Foothill 53, Basic 37 — At Basic, Emily Cox scored 14 points to help the Falcons beat the Wolves.
Julie Harless added 13 points, and Cheryl Harless tallied 10 points for Foothill, which pulled away in the third quarter.
Kailai Brantner led Basic with 15 points.
Green Valley 62, Del Sol 39 — At Green Valley, Mackenzie Butler had 22 points and seven steals as the Gators rolled past the Dragons.
Whitney Rasmussen scored 10 points for the Gators.
Desiree Orozco led Del Sol with 13 points.
Faith Lutheran 49, Shadow Ridge 24 — At Faith Lutheran, Kelsey McCourt scored nine of her 13 points during a 24-5 third-quarter run that pushed the Crusaders past the Mustangs.
Sam Leonard also had 13 points for Faith Lutheran.
Angeline Almagure led Shadow Ridge with nine points.
Legacy 60, Cheyenne 27 — At Cheyenne, Shakita Cox had 15 points, and the Longhorns outscored the Desert Shields, 28-8 in the second half to finish off the victory.
Latia Matthews added 14 points for Legacy.
Britnee Shaw paced Cheyenne with 12 points.
Mojave 70, Cimarron-Memorial 66 — At Mojave, Jazzmine Robinson and Jazmine Pedraza each scored 21 points to help the Rattlers nip the Spartans.
Tashahni Thomas added 11 points for Mojave
Traci Parks scored 24 points for Cimarron, which got 13 points from Leilani Blanco and 12 points from Tyler Simpson.
Palo Verde 49, Arbor View 22 — At Palo Verde, Alyssa Amoruso scored 14 points, and Palo Verde outscored the Aggies 26-8 in the middle two quarters en route to an easy win.
Jena Valenzuela had 16 points for Arbor View.
Desert Oasis 50, Western 15 — At Western, Tatiana Kearn scored 14 points to help the Diamondbacks cruise past the Warriors.
Auburn Smith added 13 points, and Sammi Tso scored 10 for Desert Oasis, which jumped to a 26-8 halftime lead.
Brandi Jackson scored seven points to lead Western, which was outscored 16-0 in the fourth quarter.
Sierra Vista 68, Durango 45 — At Sierra Vista, Marley Wakeen scored 23 points, and the Mountain Lions used a 44-17 burst in the middle two quarters to down the Trailblazers.
Jeanette Jackson added 17 points, and Melia Tadytin scored 16 for Sierra Vista
Tiarra Beville scored 26 points, and Brea Belser supplied 10 points for Durango.
Pahrump Valley 43, Bonanza 30 — At Bonanza, Alyson Kunzi scored 17 points to lead the Trojans past the Bengals.
Tranee Jenkins paced Bonanza with 14 points.
Clark 47, Spring Valley 36 — At Spring Valley, Angelena Cook scored 18 points to help the Chargers top the Grizzlies.
Michelle Garcia added 12 points for Clark.
Shauna Patterson and Jessica Stevens each scored 11 points for Spring Valley.
Virgin Valley 48, Moapa Valley 29 — At Overton, Jenelle Weythman had 12 points to help the Bulldogs down the Pirates.
Rachel Morris added nine points for Virgin Valley, which led 39-16 after three quarters.
Kim Sprague had eight points to lead Moapa Valley, which shot 18 percent from the field.
Needles 48, Agassi Prep 30 — At Needles, Abby Chandler scored 14 points to lead the Mustangs past the Stars.
Gena Chavira added 13 points for Needles, which held Agassi Prep scoreless in the first quarter.
Alannah Conway led the Stars with nine points.
Lincoln County 45, The Meadows 10 — At The Meadows, Melanie Florence scored 14 points to help the Lynx defeat the Mustangs.
Katherine Gibson scored four points to lead The Meadows, and teammate Amber Peterson had eight rebounds.
Pahranagat Valley 55, Indian Springs 22 — At Indian Springs, Halie Lewis had 13 points, and the Panthers jumped out to leads of 16-5 after one quarter and 34-9 at the half and cruised past the Thunderbirds.
Heather Thormahlen led Indian Springs with seven points.