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ROUNDUP: Henderson powers Grizzlies past Bonanza

Markie Henderson had three goals and an assist Wednesday to lead Spring Valley’s girls soccer team to a 4-1 win at Bonanza.
Alyssa Gomez notched a goal and an assist for the Grizzlies, who got two assists from Bailey Boyack.
Leti Ybarra scored for the Bengals.
Bishop Gorman 5, Durango 0 — At Durango, Haley Wingender tallied two goals and an assist, and Mia Moore added a goal and an assist as the Gaels blanked the Trailblazers.
Isabella Sorrentino and Charlotte Brascia supplied a goal apiece, and goalkeepers Kaylee Vitale and Angelica Pawlowski combined on the shutout for Gorman.
Desert Oasis 1, Clark 0 — At Desert Oasis, Vanessa Mendez’s goal three minutes into the second half was the difference as the Diamondbacks nipped the Chargers.
Tiara Rosenberg made three saves to earn the shutout for Desert Oasis.
Sierra Vista 4, Western 0 — At Sierra Vista, Katrine Baker had two goals and an assist to lead the Mountain Lions past the Warriors.
Danyella Gonzalez and Lexi Carranza also scored for Sierra Vista.
Tina Tyner made three saves en route to the shutout.
Palo Verde 2, Cimarron-Memorial 0 — At Palo Verde, Sila Tuiofea registered a goal and an assist as the Panthers blanked the Spartans.
Lexa Green added a goal for Palo Verde.
Stacie Gubler made three saves to earn the shutout.
Centennial 2, Shadow Ridge 0 — At Centennial, Shanell McDonnell and Danielle Farano each netted a goal to lift the Bulldogs past the Mustangs.
Natalie Gilbertson made five saves to claim the shutout.
Cheyenne 2, Legacy 0 — At Cheyenne, Mackenzie Smith tallied a goal and an assist as the Desert Shields topped the Longhorns.
Deborah Chinchilla also scored for Cheyenne.
Courtney Palmer made eight saves en route to the shutout.
Arbor View 8, Mojave 0 — At Arbor View, Tara LeBaron had two goals and an assist to drive the Aggies past the Rattlers.
Amberly Halstead, Sarah Davis, Kayla White, Taylor Bonetti, Samantha Cable and Kallyn Redona each added a goal for Arbor View, which did all of its scoring in the first half.
Kyla Salazar, Zoey Stephenson and Hayley Fife combined on the shutout.

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