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ROUNDUP: Johnson leads Viking girls to Northeast’s top seed with win over Miners

Brianna Johnson scored 22 points Friday to help Valley’s girls basketball team wrap up the Northeast League’s top seed for the Sunrise Region playoffs with a 69-49 win at Sunrise Mountain.

Jessica Walton added 13 points, and Christina Davis and Estelle Wilson each scored 10 for Valley, which used a 17-5 third-quarter run to pull away.

The Vikings and Canyon Springs finished tied for first place in the Northeast at 13-1, but Valley received the top seed by winning the teams’ second meeting.

Danisha Wedlow paced Sunrise Mountain with 15 points, and teammate Takeyra Ingram scored 11.

Canyon Springs 61, Las Vegas 49 — At Canyon Springs, Kenosha Wright had 19 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks to lead the Pioneers past the Wildcats.

Wright hit three 3-pointers in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter to seal the win. Teammate Diamond Broadus finished with 11 points and 10 blocks.

Shomari Harris led Las Vegas with 13 points, and Shauntovia Luckie added 12 points for the Wildcats.

Chaparral 42, Eldorado 17 — At Chaparral, Octavia Gray tallied 10 points, and the Cowboys outscored the Sundevils 17-0 in the second quarter on the way to the win.

Dee Jackson scored seven points to lead Eldorado.

Rancho 52, Desert Pines 38 — At Desert Pines, Kanosha Grey scored 15 points to help the Rams rally past the Jaguars.

Leslie White scored 13 points to pace Desert Pines, which led 14-2 at the end of the first quarter.

Legacy 67, Cheyenne 35 — At Legacy, Makayla Hicks had 12 points and 10 rebounds to help the Longhorns roll past the Desert Shields.

Shakita Cox helped Legacy with 12 points and six assists, and teammate Martia Moore added nine points, 11 rebounds and four steals.

Hannah Tatum led Cheyenne with nine points.

Cimarron-Memorial 74, Mojave 60 — At Cimarron, Traci Parks scored 22 points to help the Spartans stun the Rattlers.

Leilani Blanco added 18 points, and Tyler Simpson scored 17 for the Spartans, who clung to a 46-42 lead entering the fourth quarter.

Alexandria Thiel paced Mojave with 26 points. Jazzmine Robinson added 20 points, and Jazmine Pedraza scored 12 for the Rattlers.

Faith Lutheran 49, Shadow Ridge 34 — At Shadow Ridge, Kelsey McCourt scored 18 points to help the Crusaders defeat the Mustangs.

Destinee Moreno and Angeline Almagure each scored 10 points for Shadow Ridge.

Palo Verde 52, Arbor View 36 — At Arbor View, Jasmin Kiley tallied 19 points, and the Panthers used an 18-7 fourth-quarter run to put away the Aggies.

Lily Tapusoa supplied 11 points for Palo Verde.

Dana Lewis paced Arbor View with 15 points, and Darje Martin added 13 points for the Aggies.

Sierra Vista 59, Durango 52 — At Durango, Marley Wakeen scored 16 points to help the Mountain Lions hold off the Trailblazers.

Jeanette Jackson added 14 points for Sierra Vista, which took over in the fourth quarter. Jasmine Suarez had 11 points, and Melia Tadytin contributed 10 points for the Mountain Lions.

Tiarra Beville had 17 points and 15 rebounds for Durango, and teammate Jasmine Thomas supplied 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Desert Oasis 52, Western 35 — At Desert Oasis, Tatiana Kearn scored 15 points as the Diamondbacks bounced back from a slow start to top the Warriors.

Auburn Smith added 12 points for Desert Oasis.

Brittany Moreland led the Warriors with 11 points.

Pahrump Valley 61, Bonanza 29 — At Pahrump Valley, Alyson Kunzi had 24 points as the Trojans rolled the Bengals.

Sara Williams added 15 points, and Taylor Ball scored 12 for Pahrump.

Tranee Jenkins led Bonanza with 15 points.

Clark 60, Spring Valley 46 — At Clark, Angelena Cook scored 19 points to lead the Chargers past the Grizzlies.

Michelle Garcia added 15 points, and Kiara Nesmith scored 11 for Clark.

De’Tiese Moore led the Grizzlies with 12 points, and Ayanna Davidson added 11 points.

Virgin Valley 72, Moapa Valley 62 — At Mesquite, Abbie Barnard and Jenelle Weythman each scored 12 points as the Bulldogs wrapped up the top seed for the Class 3A Southern League tournament by holding off the Pirates.

Madison Bowler and Rachel Morris each added 10 points for Virgin Valley.

Ashley Noto led Moapa Valley with 18 points. Shelbie Denman-Gray scored 13 points, and Hanna Leavitt had 12 points for the Pirates.

Mountain View 44, Laughlin 21 — At Laughlin, Brianna Marruffo had 23 points and six assists as the Saints clinched at least a share of the Class 2A Southern League regular-season title by downing the Cougars.

Patrice Marshall added 13 points for Mountain View.

Ruby Mackey led Laughlin with eight points.

Needles 45, Agassi Prep 39 — At Agassi Prep, Gena Chavira scored 14 points to help the Mustangs edge the Stars.

LaBrishun Hardwick scored 15 points to lead Agassi Prep, which fell short with a late rally.

Lincoln County 59, The Meadows 21 — At Panaca, Melanie Florence scored 14 points, and the Lynx busted out to a 22-2 first-quarter lead and routed the Mustangs.

Claudia Close led The Meadows with nine points.

Pahranagat Valley 62, Sandy Valley 24 — At Sandy Valley, Traci Strong and Halie Lewis each had 10 points, and 12 Panthers scored as Pahranagat Valley completed an undefeated regular season in the Class 1A Southern League with a rout of the Sidewinders.

Kiersten Huang led Sandy Valley with seven points.

Tonopah 61, Indian Springs 32 — At Tonopah, Courtney Bottom scored 15 points, and the Muckers never looked back after taking a 12-2 first-quarter lead.

Alli Friel added 10 points for the Muckers.

Alexxa Reinke paced Indian Springs with 14 points.

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