Mojave’s Jazzmine Robinson scored seven of her 13 points in overtime as the Rattlers topped visiting Legacy, 52-45 on Friday.
Legacy led 41-40 when Robinson hit 1 of 2 free throws with 12.5 seconds left in regulation to force the extra period.
Jazmine Pedraza added 13 points for Mojave, which ran off the final eight points of the game.
Makayla Hicks led the Longhorns with 13 points.
Legacy’s Latia Matthews was held to nine points. Matthews, a 6-foot-2-inch senior, had 21 points, 23 rebounds and eight blocked shots the first time the teams met, when the Longhorns won, 59-46.
Arbor View 58, Cimarron-Memorial 48 — At Arbor View, Darje Martin scored 26 points to lead the Aggies to a victory over the Spartans.
Jena Valenzuela added 17 points for Arbor View.
Tyler Simpson led Cimarron with 14 points.
Cheyenne 61, Shadow Ridge 31 — At Cheyenne, Britnee Shaw scored 17 points to help the Desert Shields roll past the Mustangs.
Hannah Tatum added 13 points for Cheyenne, which cruised after jumping to a 39-20 halftime lead.
Vianne Perez led Shadow Ridge with 12 points.
Western 48, Bonanza 46 — At Bonanza, Brittany Moreland tallied 17 points, and the Warriors rallied from a 28-22 halftime deficit to nip the Bengals.
Mylasia Smith added 12 points for Western, which outscored Bonanza, 13-7 in the fourth quarter.
Denetrius Martin scored 16, and Jessica Gallegos added 10 points for the Bengals, who made 20 of 40 free throws.
Durango 41, Pahrump Valley 34 — At Pahrump, Tiarra Beville scored nine of her 14 points in the second half, and the Trailblazers rallied from an early 10-2 deficit to down the Trojans.
Amanda Boucher added 12 points for Durango, which outscored Pahrump, 20-10 in the middle two quarters.
Alyson Kunzi led the Trojans with nine points.
Bishop Gorman 71, Spring Valley 20 — At Spring Valley, Amber Lane tallied 18 points, and the Gaels rolled to leads of 36-4 after one quarter and 44-4 at the half on their way to an easy win over the Grizzlies.
Zhane Dikes added 14 points, and April Rivers scored 10 for Gorman.
Jessica Stevens led Spring Valley with 11 points.
Canyon Springs 61, Desert Pines 37 — At Desert Pines, Kenosha Wright poured in 26 points, and the Pioneers used a 20-2 third-quarter run to pull away from the Jaguars.
Cherise Beynon added 10 points for Canyon Springs.
Leslie White led Desert Pines with 12 points.
Las Vegas 59, Eldorado 43 — At Las Vegas High, Matti Ventling tallied 14 points to help the Wildcats down the Sundevils.
Shomari Harris and Natresha Bernard each added 10 points for Las Vegas.
Dee Jackson led Eldorado with 17 points.
Valley 59, Rancho 32 — At Valley, Christina Davis recorded 19 points and 10 steals to help the Vikings top the Rams.
Shayna Porter added 15 points, and Ashley Johnson scored 10 for Valley, which led 42-12 at the half.
Tryicia Payne led Rancho with 11 points.
Chaparral 31, Sunrise Mountain 28 — At Chaparral, Octavia Gray and Tichina Savoy each scored nine points to help the Cowboys hold off the Miners.
Danisha Wedlow scored 12 points to lead Sunrise Mountain.
Virgin Valley 66, Clark 46 — At Clark, Rachel Morris poured in 27 points to help the Bulldogs cruise past the Chargers.
Jenelle Weythman added 10 points for Virgin Valley, which used a 19-7 edge in the third quarter to pull away.
Jacqueline Garcia led Clark with 18 points, and teammate Keisha Dimanche added 13 points.
Needles 59, Lincoln County 41 — At Needles, Calif., Gena Chavira scored 15 as the Mustangs knocked off the Lynx.
Abby Chandler added 11 points, and Dechaunee Russell scored 10 for Needles.
Melanie Florence led Lincoln County with 14 points.
Lake Mead 57, The Meadows 22 — At Lake Mead, Heather Hillenbrand had 13 points and 18 rebounds as the Eagles routed the Mustangs.
Megan Watkins added 13 points, and Taylor Badua-Kono scored 11 for Lake Mead, which led 30-9 at the half.
Adelaide Lopez paced The Meadows with 12 points.
Calvary Chapel 59, Agassi Prep 40 — At Calvary Chapel, Phallen Nelson scored 17 points to lead the Lions to the victory.
Samantha Mann added 14 points, and Deja Harris scored 10 as the Lions had a big first quarter and never looked back.
Agassi Prep’s Alannah Conway scored a game-high 20 points.
Mountain View 39, Beatty 32 — At Beatty, Patrice Marshall scored 20 points to lead the Saints past the Hornets.
Briana Marruffo added nine points, nine rebounds and five steals, and Katelyn Krebs grabbed 11 rebounds for Mountain View.
Amber Ibarra led Beatty with 15 points.
Tonopah 63, Sandy Valley 24 — At Tonopah, Alli Friel led a balanced attack with 14 points, and the Muckers raced to a 33-10 halftime lead en route to an easy win over the Sidewinders.
Brittney Klapper added 11 points for Tonopah.
Roxxanne Elmore paced Sandy Valley with five points.