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Prep hoops Tuesday, the latest: Highland star misses loss; Carlsbad star rises

Carlsbad’s Carsyn Boswell, right, goes by Volcano Vista’s Jaelyn Bates in a 41-39 overtime win for the Cavegirls. (Jim Thompson/Albuquerque Journal)

The high school state tournament action is underway at Dreamstyle Arena — the Pit and Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho. Here we go:

CLASS 5A GIRLS (bracket is here)

No. 4 CARLSBAD 41, No. 5 VOLCANO VISTA 39 (OT): Cavegirls senior guard Carsyn Boswell, a senior guard, had the only basket of the overtime, a 7-footer off the glass with 26.2 seconds remaining, as the Cavegirls (26-5) rallied past the Hawks (22-6) and eliminated Volcano Vista from the postseason in excruciating fashion for the second year in a row.Carlsbad trailed 37-32 with under three minutes left in regulation. It was 39-36 for Volcano Vista in the final 15 seconds when Hawks freshman Jaelyn Bates — who was in elementary school when Boswell began her five-year varsity career in Carlsbad — fouled Boswell on a 3-point attempt with 14.4 seconds left.

Bates said she got all ball on the shot block; Boswell said Bates nicked her hand.

“Can’t argue with the officials,” Bates said.

Boswell calmly drained all three tries to square the game at 39.

“(Early in my career), I don’t know if I would have made those,” Boswell admitted. Since district play began, Cavegirls coach John Lee Zumbrun said, Boswell has shot 86 percent from the free-throw line.

After a late Volcano Vista turnover, Boswell even had a look at a 3 that could have won it in regulation, but her runner caromed high off the glass.

Both teams had abundant chances in OT before Boswell finally converted.

“The play was (designed) for me to shoot the 3, but I saw the opening, and I just kind of shot it, and it went in,” said Boswell, who signed with Division I Idaho State. Last year, Boswell made two free throws with 0.4 seconds to go to beat Volcano Vista 37-36 in a first-round game at Carlsbad.

On Tuesday, Volcano Vista’s Storm Anaya-Gonzales missed a shot under the basket with 6 seconds to go in OT that would have tied the game.

The game featured six ties and eight lead changes. Volcano Vista’s biggest lead was six points, Carlsbad’s was five.

Boswell, fiercely defended throughout, had Carlsbad’s final seven in the fourth quarter and OT, and finished with 12 points. Dayshaun Moore added six points and 10 rebounds.

Natalia Chavez, one of four freshmen in Volcano Vista’s starting lineup, had a team-best 15 points, including three 3-pointers. Bates added 10 points and eight assists.

“It just didn’t go our way,” Hawks coach Lisa Villareal said, adding, “the future is absolutely bright. We have things to look forward to. And this is gonna keep them hungry for next season.”

— James Yodice
No. 4 CARLSBAD 41, No. 5 VOLCANO VISTA 39 (OT)
VOLCANO VISTA (22-6): Kennedy Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Jaelyn Bates 4-7 0-1 10, Savannah McGuire 1-2 0-0 2, Giannah Aragon 2-4 0-0 4, Natalia Chavez 6-17 0-0 15, Storm Anaya-Gonzales 2-4 0-0 4, Angelyn Aranda 2-4 0-0 4.  Totals 17-39 0-1 39.
CARLSBAD (26-5): Baylee Molina 1-9 0-0 3, Teran Tiller 0-0 0, Carsyn Boswell 4-11 3-3 12, Tori Flores 3-11 0-0 9, Morgan Boatwright 1-2 1-2 3, Dayshaun Moore 2-5 2-4 6, Kaliyah Montoya 3-9 2-2 8.  Totals 14-48 8-11 41.
Volcano Vista    12     9     6     12     0 — 39
Carlsbad             9   12     9       9      2 — 41
3-point goals: VV 5-13 (Chavez 3-9, Bates 2-4); C 5-23 (Flores 3-10, Boswell 1-6, Molina 1-6, Tiller 0-1). Rebounds: VV 25 (Chavez 7); C 35 (Moore 10). Assists: VV 14 (Bates 8); C 9 (Flores 4). Total fouls: VV 9; C 8.

No. 1 HOBBS 55, No. 9 RIO RANCHO 42: The Eagles (28-2) were impressive as they overwhelmed the Rams (18-12). They used a mammoth 19-0 run that encompassed nine minutes of clock over the second and third quarters to salt this one away.What was an 11-6 lead swelled to 20-6 by halftime, and quickly mushroomed to 30-6 early in the second half as Amiah Smith and Ayanna Smith each had four points to start the third quarter for Hobbs.

“We just wanted to keep running and keep a fast pace,” said Amiah Smith, one of several key returners off last year’s state championship team.

Ayanna Smith, a 6-foot senior, had 15 points and 12 rebounds, and her presence impacted Rio Rancho’s offensive efficiency throughout. The Eagles outrebounded the Rams 48-30.

The backcourt of Amiah Smith, a senior, and eighth-grader Wisdom Anthony combined for 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists. Hobbs’ excellent collection of guards continuously hounded Rio Rancho.

“Our defense is what we hang our hat on,” Hobbs coach Joe Carpenter said. “Our defense generates our offense.”

The Eagles earlier this season also limited El Paso Franklin to six points in the first half.

On Tuesday, Hobbs led by 31 early in the fourth quarter before the Rams closed the gap late against Eagles’ reserves. Rio Rancho was a dismal 2-of-18 from the field in the first half, and 3-of-30 through three quarters.

Looking ahead, the Eagles are 3-1 this season against Carlsbad, and now four of Hobbs’ last six games will be against the Cavegirls.

Carlsbad beat Hobbs in the regular-season finale to force a playoff game in their district, but the Eagles came back the following week and won the playoff game and also the district tournament championship game.

Hobbs ended Rio Rancho’s season for the second consecutive playoffs. Last year, the Eagles beat the Rams in the Class 6A semifinals.

Laura Gutierrez led Rio Rancho with 21 points, although 13 came in the meaningless fourth quarter.

— James Yodice

No. 1 HOBBS 55, No. 9 RIO RANCHO 42RIO RANCHO (18-12): Laura Gutierrez 6-14 4-5 21, Kelsie Hawkins 0-7 0-0 0, Michaela Meyer 1-3 0-0 3, Julia Chavez 2-9 3-4 7, Jillian Rodriguez 2-6 0-1 4, Hannah Dietz 1-2 2-2 4, Faith Lovato 0-1 0-0 0, Abree Aldaz 0-0 0-1 0, Brianna Erickson 0-1 2-2 2, Kaylee Dons 0-2 1-2 1. Totals 12-45 12-17 42.

HOBBS (28-2): Amiah Smith 3-13 0-0 6, Wisdom Anthony 4-7 1-3 10, Verdainya Bekis Buendia 0-1 0-0 0, MacKenzie Gibson 1-4 2-2 4, Andrea Evans 1-2 0-1 2, Michelle Cano 1-3 0-0 3, Ashley Aragon 1-3 0-0 2, Arilyn Hall 0-1 0-0 0, Ayanna Smith 6-9 3-4 15, A’Niya Heckard 1-4 1-2 3, Mariah Jennings 5-8 0-2 10, Alexia Fabela 0-0 0-0 0, Elise Turrubiates 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-56 7-14 55.

Rio Rancho 4 2 6 30 — 42

Hobbs 6 14 22 13 — 55

3-point goals: RR 6-21 (Gutierrez 5-11, Meyer 1-2, Hawkins 0-5, Rodriguez 0-2, Erickson 0-1); H 2-15 (Anthony 1-2, Cano 1-1, Amiah Smith 0-6, Gibson 0-2, Buendia 0-1, Aragon 0-1, Hall 0-1, Heckard 0-1). Rebounds: RR 30 (Dietz 6); H 48 (Ayanna Smith 12). Assists: RR 10 (Hawkins, Chavez 3); H 13 (Amiah Smith 4). Total fouls: RR 14; H 18.

No. 2 PIEDRA VISTA 64, No. 7 FARMINGTON 56: The Panthers (26-3) led for all of the final three quarters and forced their city rival into 29 turnovers as Piedra Vista held off the Scorpions (22-9) to advance.”We made more mistakes, and Piedra Vista deserved to win the ball game,” Farmington coach Larenson Henderson said.

And yet, despite being unable to take care of the ball, the Scorpions were on Piedra Vista’s heels almost the entire fourth quarter.

“They made a couple of great runs, and I think we kind of took our foot off the gas, which is uncharacteristic,” said Piedra Vista coach Joe Reed. “But we stayed the course.”

Farmington started the fourth quarter with a 9-0 run to get within three at 50-47. And with 3:19 to go, the Panthers lead was just two, 55-53.

But that was as close as Farmington got. The errors were too much to overcome.

“That’s what we do, create pressure,” Reed said. “(We) usually end up getting a lot of steals.”

The Panthers, who went 3-1 against Farmington this season, recorded 16 steals on Tuesday night.

Freshman guard Lanae Billy had a team-best 26 points for Piedra Vista. Hallie Blackie added nine points and five assists.

Forward Jordan Vasquez had a huge game for Farmington, scoring 18 points — but only one point in the fourth quarter — and grabbing 17 rebounds. The glass was the one area the Scorpions dominated, 51-29.

Piedra Vista had a noticeable edge at the line, where the Panthers were 16-for-20. Farmington only made seven free throws.

— James Yodice
No. 2 PIEDRA VISTA 64, No. 7 FARMINGTON 56
FARMINGTON (22-9): Celeste Coolidge 2-4 0-0 5, Natiana Arviso  0-0 0-0 0, Philanda Nez 0-2 2-2 2, Germaine Steven 1-3 0-0 3, Davina Begay 0-2 0-0 0, Kiiyani Anitielu 6-12 1-2 17, Kamalani Anitielu 2-4 0-0 5, Jordan Vasquez 8-20 2-4 18, Chloe Finch 2-4 1-1 5, Jessica Lynch 0-3 1-2 1.  Totals 21-55 7-11 56.
PIEDRA VISTA (26-3): Alexis Long 1-3 0-0 2, Olivia Watson 0-1 0-0 0, Elaina Watson 4-9 2-2 11, Reagan Schmidt 0-1 0-0 0, Celina Watson 1-5 1-2 3, Haley Weston 2-5 2-2 6, Hallie Blackie 2-10 4-4 9, Tiontai Woods 1-8 4-6 7, Lanae Billy 10-17 3-4 26.  Totals 21-59 16-20 64.
Farmington      15      9     14     18 — 56
Piedra Vista     13    19     18     14 — 64
3-point goals: F 7-19 (Ki.Anitielu 4-7, Coolidge 1-2, Steven 1-2, Ka.Anitielu 1-3, Nez 0-3, Lynch 0-1, Vasquez 0-1); PV 6-24 (Billy 3-8, E.Watson 1-2, Blackie 1-7, Woods 1-6, C.Watson 0-1). Rebounds: F 51 (Vasquez 17); PV 29 (C.Watson 7). Assists: F 13 (Finch 4); PV 16 (Blackie 5). Total fouls: F 17; PV 11.
No. 3 WEST MESA 55, No. 6 MAYFIELD 53: Maiah Rivas’ two free throws with 23.6 seconds remaining broke a 53-all tie, and the Mustangs (26-3) advanced with a dramatic and thrilling victory over the Trojans (24-6).But Mayfield almost forced OT. The Trojans inbounded from under their basket to post player Kayla Avalos with 1 second showing. Her 4-foot try in the lane was close, but glanced off the left side of the rim.

“It was a hard-fought game,” West Mesa coach Manny Otero said. “That was probably the roughest game we’ve had all year.”

The final minute was indeed riveting. Actually, the last 62 seconds.

With 1:02 to go, Esperanza Varoz of West Mesa tied the game with a free throw. This came just seconds after Mayfield took its first lead since 2-0 on a steal and basket by Alize Ruiz.

Mayfield turned the ball over on the next possession, and West Mesa was prepared to bleed the final minute of the clock for a last-second shot to win. But before that occurred, Ruiz fouled Rivas away from the ball.

“She was trying to bump me away from cutting,” Rivas said.

After her free throws, things got even crazier.

Mayfield was setting up for a final shot to tie (or win) when the Trojans turned it over themselves with 2.3 seconds to go. But West Mesa was called for a 5-second violation, giving the ball back to Mayfield.

The Trojans inbounded once, but it glanced off a West Mesa player over the baseline. That set up the last-second attempt.

“We just missed it,” Trojans coach George Maya said. “We had the opportunity.”

Rivas led West Mesa with 16 points, and was one of four Mustangs in double figures. Alyssa Madrid and Ruiz each had 15 points for Mayfield. Ruiz also grabbed 15 rebounds.

–James Yodice

No. 3 WEST MESA 55, No. 6 MAYFIELD 53

MAYFIELD (24-6): Alyssa Alvarez 2-4 0-0 4, Alyssa Madrid 5-11 3-4 15, Brenda Prieto 0-2 1-2 1, Jasmyn Rios 3-7 1-2 8, Alize Ruiz 5-9 5-8 15, Reana Tesillo 1-2 1-1 3, Genesis Tellez 0-2 2-2 2, Marisa Rosales 0-2 0-0 0, Kayla Avalos 2-3 1-1 5. Totals 18-42 14-20 53.

WEST MESA (26-3): Monique Jackson 0-0 0-0 0, Jeniffer Martinez 0-2 0-0 0, Maiah Rivas 4-8 7-9 16, Esperanza Varoz 2-3 9-10 13, Emily Burk 4-7 0-0 11, Cece Barela 2-9 0-0 5, Jazmin Cordova 1-1 8-10 10, Crystal Aspaas 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 13-31 24-29 55.

Mayfield 12 13 12 16—53

West Mesa 16 13 11 15—55

3-point goals: M 3-15 (Madrid 2-6, Rios 1-4, Tellez 0-2, Tesillo 0-1, Prieto 0-1, Ruiz 0-1); WM 5-13 (Burk 3-4, Rivas 1-3, Barela 1-5, Martinez 0-1). Rebounds: M 35 (Ruiz 15); WM 18 (Varoz, Barela, Cordova 3). Assists: M 8 (Ruiz 3); WM 7 (Rivas, Barela 3). Total fouls: M 22; WM 17. Fouled out: M, Ruiz.

 

CLASS 4A GIRLS (bracket is here)

No. 13 ESPAÑOLA VALLEY54, No. 5 HIGHLAND 44: Although technically an upset when it comes to the seeding, the Sundevils victory was anything but as the Hornets were missing the player that carried the most sting.

Even after the game, Highland coach Lonnie Neal was somewhat unsure where sophomore Cailee Crawford was or what had happened.

“When I got here to the Pit, I was informed that she was either at the hospital or on her way to the hospital with some type of appendicitis, kidney ailment,” he said. “I didn’t get a definitive answer.”

Later, however, Highland officials said that Crawford had a kidney infection.

The Sundevils (17-11), meanwhile, Highland freshman point guard Deniece Ryan, who was thrown into the breach. Española caused 25 turnovers, including 20 steals.

“It changes a lot of the game plan that we were trying to put together for this game,” Neal said of Crawford. “She is 22.5 points of our scoring plus she’s 6-foot. She brings a lot of different things and a lot of different options for us offensively and defensively that we can do because she is so long and athletic.”

Instead, the Sundevils were given free rein to play up-tempo on both sides of the ball.

“We were able to pack the middle more,” said Sundevils guard Anita Deaguero, who finished with 12 points “They weren’t shooting very well from the outside so we just decided to give them that.”

Actually, Highland (20-7) shot fairly well, 18-of-33 from the field and 3-of-6 on 3-pointers. But with a 25-8 turnover discrepancy, Española was able to get off 51 shots.

Kaylee Chavez scored 22 for the Sundevils and Kaylinn Martinez had 14 despite struggling.

But it was Martinez who probably turned the game around.

Late in the third quarter, Highland went up 35-34 on Sharahya Ortega’s bank shot. Ortega led Highland with 13.

On the next two possessions, however, Martinez dropped 3-pointers, and Chavez polished off the quarter with a short jumper just before the buzzer for a quick 8-1 run. Highland would not get closer than four points the rest of the way.

“It was demoralizing for my team,” Neal said. “My team does not play well from behind because they do not know what it takes to get back in the game. We don’t play well from behind because our leaderships skills are not where they need to be. We’re striving, but they were very low (Tuesday).”

That sequence was a good example of the way the Sundevils have played all year, coach Joe Estrada said.

“They know how to play basketball,” he said. “They are extremely tight. They play as one, and they never give up. They never quit playing basketball. They believe in each other. You talked about Kaylinn. Kaylinn had a tough shooting night, but man she hit them when she needed them, didn’t she. The rest of them kept us in this game and she stepped up and hit ‘em when they needed them.”

— Glen Rosales

No. 13 ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 54, No. 5 HIGHLAND 44

Española Valley (17-11): Anita Deaguero 5-10 2-2 12; Miranda Salzar 0-1 0-0 0; Jasmine Baca 0-1 0-0 0; Destiny Valdez 2-11 0-0 6; Christianne Sandoval 0-0 0-0 0; Kaylinn Martinez 4-15 2-8 14; Kaylee Chavez 7-13 6-8 22. Totals 18-51 8-10 54.

Highland (20-7): Deniece Ryan 6-12 0-0 12; Aelea Thomas 0-0 0-0 0; Kylie Crooke 1-4 2-2 4; Shaelyce Hann 0-0 0-0 0; Aja Lujan 1-1 0-2 2; Zoriah Jackson 3-4 0-0 6; Alicia Trujillo 3-5 0-1 7; Sharahya Ortega 4-7 3-8 13. Totals: 18-33 5-13 43.

Espanola Valley        19   12   11    12–54
Highland        20       6    10     8– -44

3-point FGs: EV 7-23 (Valdez 3-10; Chavez 2-4, Martinez 2-8, Deaguero 0-1); H 3-6 (Ortega 2-3, Trujillo 1-1, Crooke 0-2). Rebounds: EV 16 (Martinez 5); H 41 (Lujan 14). Assists: EV 11 (Deaguero 3, Salazar 3, Martinez 3); H 8 (Ryan 3). Turnovers: EV 8; H 25. Total fouls: EV 16; H 11. Fouled out: H, Jackson.

From left, Española Valley’s Melissa Trujillo, Jasmine Bale, Roxan Deleon and Joni Martinez cheer on their teammates during their 54-44 quarterfinals win over Highland. (Jim Thompson/Journal)

 

No. 2 LOS LUNAS 57, No. 10 HOPE CHRISTIAN 44: As a senior who  already has played in three state championships games, Los Lunas point guard Marissa Weldon knows what it takes to get the win and move on.

“Definitely, I have to take charge because I’m a senior this year,” she said. “I have to lead them. It’s not always me that takes charge, it always switches, but we’re ready for it. I was mentally ready.”

Indeed, Weldon put up 24 points, including 11 in the third quarter as the Tigers (26-3) began to extend their lead over the Huskies (16-14).

“Marissa is our quickest penetrater and it showed,” Tigers coach Marty Zeller said. “She knew how to draw the defense to her. She did an amazing job, especially in the second half. We talked about that at halftime. All she has to do is have a player come at her and they’re done.”

Los Lunas first took control in the second quarter behind an 11-0 run to go up 23-15 and that featured six points from Feleena Gabaldon, who finished with eight points and 12 rebounds.

But Hope scrambled back into it by closing the quarter with a 7-2 and went into halftime trailing 25-22.

“We knew we had to control the tempo,” Huskies coach Gary Ellis said. “Transition points for Los Lunas are huge. They love to get out and run and score. They love to shoot the 3 in transition. Our plan was to try and control the tempo, not let them get out and shoot the 3 in transition and force them to play offense in the half court. I thought we did a really good job of that through three quarters.”

What Hope was unable to do was dominate the boards as it hoped, holding just a 34- 33 advantage.

“They’re a very tough, scrappy team and they do use their bodies well,” Ellis said of the Tigers. “They offensive rebounded better (Tuesday) than I have seen from them in a while, which is a testament to them. We beat them on the boards by one and we wanted to be up by about 10.”

Calicea Perea and Rachel Lovato each scores 12 to lead Hope, while Natalie Jojola added 11 for Hope.

–Glen Rosales

No. 2 LOS LUNAS 57, No. 10 HOPE CHRISTIAN 44

Hope Christian (16-14): Calicea Pera 5-8 2-2 12; Andrea Ellis 0-1 0-0 0; Rachel Lovato 4-6, 2-2 12; Haile’ Chase 0-5 0-0 0; Savi Real 0-1 0-0 0; Amaya Payne 0-1 0-0 0; Savanna Lewis 5-5 0-0 10; Ashley Roehrts 0-1 1-2 1; Morgan Trout 0-5 0-0 10; Lexi Ulibarri 0-0 2-2 2; Sophia Legate 0-2 0-0 0; Hayley Valencia 3-10 1-10 7; Mia Harris 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 17-45 8-18 44

Los Lunas (26-3): Jaci Aragon 0-1 0- 0; Marissa Weldon 8-13 7-9 24; Dani Ross 0-1 0-0 0; Mia Guest 3-7 0-0 8; Jaidyn Schollander 0-3 0-0 0; Klarissa Hall 0-0 0-0 0; Kylee Trujillo 0-0 0-0 0; Yolando Griego 2-4 0-0 6; Natalie Jojola 2-9 6-6 11; Feleena Gabaldon 2-4 4-6 8. Totals: 17-42 17-21 57

Hope Christian     10      12      14      8 – 44

Los Lunas            9        16      19      13 – 57

3-point FGs: HC 2-16 (Lovato 2-4; Chase 0-4; Trout 0-4; Legate 0-2; Ellis 0-1; Rael 0-1); LL 6-21 (Guest 2-3; Griego 2-4; Weldon 1-3; Aragon 0-1; Schollander -02; Jojola 1-8). Rebounds: HC 34 (Perea 7); LL 7 (Gabaldon 12); Assists: HC 5 (Lewis 2); LL 9 (Jojola 4). Turnovers: HC 16; LL 16. Total fouls: HC 19; LL 16. Fouled out: HC, Perea.

No. 3 GALLUP  72, No. 11 GODDARD 60: Goddard had Bailey Beene, but the Bengals had the right blend of balanced scoring, 3-point shooting and pressure defense to hold off the heroic exploits of the Rockets senior.

Beene scored the final three of her career-high 36 points from the free-throw line with 1:25 remaining in the game to bring Goddard within 66-60. However, the Rockets (16-13) were unable to score again as Gallup’s Kamryn Yazzie iced the victory with four free throws down the stretch.

Yazzie (10 points) was one of five Bengals in double figures, joining Ashley Antone (14), Amanda Mitchel (11), Cearra Williams (11) and Mckleigh Begaye (10) in an egalitarian effort for Gallup (23-8).

“If we have someone score 20, it’s kind of different,” said Gallup coach Todd McBroom. “We have eight or nine kids that can all chip in some buckets and that’s how we’ve done it — by committee.”

Added Antone: “It just means that we’re harder to guard.”

The Bengals made 10 3-pointers and forced Goddard into 26 turnovers with their full-court pressure. A 10-0 run to begin the third quarter gave Gallup a 38-25 lead and provided enough cushion to hold off the Rockets’ rally.

“I think our intensity went up a little bit and we also changed what press we were in,” McBroom said of the initial second-half run. “That helped us out quite a bit.”

Beene, who played on Goddard’s Class 5A championship team two years ago, kept the Rockets within striking distance by scoring 11 of her team’s 13 third-quarter points. Despite her efforts, Gallup ended the period up 50-38. The Rockets cut the margin to single digits halfway through the fourth and threatened right up until the final minute, but they ultimately ran out of gas.

“If you told me we had 60 and lost, I’d be surprised just the way we played defense all year,” said Goddard coach Jared Neighbors. “But we got tired [due to] their depth and pressure. It didn’t really hurt us as far as turnovers the second half, but it wore us out. That was their game plan and it worked at the end.”

—Tristen Critchfield

NO. 3 GALLUP 72, NO. 11 GODDARD 60

GODDARD (16-13): Lacie Schooley 1-4 1-4 3, Pj Villareal 0-2 0-0 0, Alexis Sandoval 2-9 2-2 7, Abbie Garcia 1-1 1-1 3, Tanya Ueland 0-1 0-0 0, Lana Morley 0-2 0-0 0, Callie Burrow 0-0 0-0 0, Kelsey Morley 1-2 3-4 5, Bailey Beene 11-20 9-17 36, Cielo Salinas 1-2 3-4 6. 17-43 19-32 60.

GALLUP (23-8): Ashley Antone 5-11 4-5 14, Amanda Mitchel 3-5 3-5 11, Jordan Hanley 1-2 0-0 3, Ashia Smith 0-3 0-0 0, Cearra Williams 4-12 2-2 11, Hanna Toledo 1-4 0-0 3, Kamryn Yazzie 1-10 7-10 10, Kennedy Smiley 0-1 0-0 0, Mckleigh Begaye 3-5 2-2 10, Jordan Joe 2-3 0-0 6, Hailey Long 2-4 0-0 4. 22-60 18-24 72.

Goddard 13  12  13  22 —60

Gallup 12  16  22  22—72

3-Point Goals— Goddard 7-15 (Villareal 0-2, Sandoval 1-2, Ueland 0-1, Beene 5-9, Salinas 1-1), Gallup 10-24 (Mitchel 2-4, Hanley 1-2, Smith 0-2, Williams 1-3, Toledo 1-1, Yazzie 1-5, Smiley 0-1, Begaye 2-3, Joe 2-3). Assists— Goddard 6 (Beene 2), Gallup 19 (Mitchel, Toledo 5). Fouled Out— Goddard: Sandoval. Rebounds— Goddard 41 (Beene 9), Gallup 42 (Antone 10). Total Fouls — Goddard 20, Gallup 22.

No. 1 KIRTLAND CENTRAL 71, No. 8 PORTALES 38: The Broncos advanced to their first final four since their 2012 state championship, cruising past the Rams at Dreamstyle Arena.

The Broncos (26-3), who face Cinderella 13th-seeded Española Valley in the semifinals Thursday at 8 a.m., forced 30 Rams turnovers closing out the third quarter on a 21-5 run.

“All I’ve heard all year is if you can handle the (Kirtland) pressure you have a shot,” said Rams coach Wade Fraze. “It’s handle the pressure or not, and we didn’t.”

The Rams also had difficulty keeping up with the Kirtland pace. Broncos first-year coach Devon Manning went nine deep three minutes into the game, and one of his early reserves, Monique Shim, finished with a team-high 16 points.

“Our strength of our team is our depth,” Maning said. “We really have nine starters. All those girls are getting starters’ minutes, it’s just I have to choose five to start the game, and that’s about it.”

Portales (16-12), down by 12 after one period, was as close as 18-11 2 ½ minutes into the second quarter.

Kirtland reestablished command with an 11-2 run keyed by 3-pointers from Aubrey Thomas, Tatelyn Manheimer, and Avery Begay.

Manheimer finished with 14 points and four assists, and Aisha Ramone chipped in with 10 markers.

Manheimer picked up two of her assists late in the third quarter when the Broncos stretched their lead to 60-28.

“It was great,” Manheimer said of the third-quarter getaway. “Seeing all my teammates work together, and I know they could do it because we’ve done it in so many games. They know how to handle pressure, and it all starts in practice. We go against each other in practice. … I believe in them, I trust in them, and they can do their job on the court.”

Taylee Rippee was the lone Portales player in double figures recording a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds.

—Patrick Newell

No. 1 KIRTLAND 71, No. 8 PORTALES 39

PORTALES (16-12): Taris Rippee 0-5 1-2 1, Riley Shillings 0-2 0-0 0, Teagan Faust 2-6 3-5 7, Cashlin Fraze 0-0 0 0, Codi Flores 0-2 0-0 0, Alexis Ryen 3-4 0-0 6 , Mattison Blakey 1-5 0-0 2, Kinzie Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Aaliyah Austin 1-1 0-0 2, Taylee Rippee 10-16 1-2 21, Marisela Garcia 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 17-41 5-9 39

KIRTLAND (26-3): Aisha Ramone 4-5 1-2 10, Monique Shim 5-7 5-7 16, Melanie Yazzi 2-7 0-1 4, Aubrey Thomas 3-6 0-0 7, Siigrid Lii’bilnaghahi 3-5 0-0 6, Tatelyn Manheimer 6-16 0-0 14, Avery Begay 3-4 0-0 7, Jaymie Smart 0-1 0-0 0, Tiajhae Nez 1-6 3-5 5, Jayden Guillory 1-3 0-0 2, Lakyla Yazzi 0-0 0-0 0, Gabby White-David 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 28-60 9-15 71

Portales 6 13 9 11—39

Kirtland 18 17 23 13—71

3-point goals—Kirtland 6-22 ( Ramon 1-1, Shim 1-3, Thomas 1-4, Lii’bilnaghahi 0-1, Manheimer 2-7, Begay 1-2, Smart 0-1, Naz 0-2, Guillory 0-1). Portales 0-8 (Tar Rippee 0-2, Shillings 0-2, Flores 0-2, Blakey 0-2). Assists—Kirtland 16 (Manheimer 4). Portales 8 (Faust 3). Rebounds—Kirtland 28 (Lii’bilnaghahi 9). Portales 38 (Tylee Rippee 10). Team fouls—Kirtland 14, Portales 14.

CLASS 3A GIRLS (bracket is here)

No. 1 ROBERTSON 73, No. 8 WEST LAS VEGAS 51: West Las Vegas didn’t contest the opening tip deferring to No. 1 Robertson’s size advantage.  The No. 1 Cardinals’ height ignited a tricky quarterfinals win over the No. 8 Dons in the Girls 3A quarterfinals at the Santa Ana Star Center.

Jazmyne Jenkins scored 19 points and led four Robertson players in double-figure scoring.

Skylin Morgan led West Las Vegas with 13 points.

Robertson raced to a 9-0 lead fueled by a swarming zone and extended defensive pressure. But a composed West Las Vegas went on a 10-0 run to trail 26-25 at the half.

“My coaches always put confidence that I can dribble and break any team down,” Dons sophomore Briana Marquez, who had nine points and four assists but five turnovers, said. “They’re big but their guards are extremely lazy on the press even though they’re long.”

Robertson senior Alianza Darley (a UTEP volleyball commit) sat much of the first half with early foul trouble. She posted 13 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and two blocks all in the second half sparking a decisive 23-11 Robertson third quarter edge.

“With any good team it’s going to take a while to wear them down,” Darley said. “Everybody played their role and that’s all you can really ask for.”

The Cardinals posted a 45-31 rebounding edge and outscored the Dons 40-20 in the paint.

“Things change when you lose the lead,” West Las Vegas coach Miranda Martinez said. “We’re outsized and we had to go man-to-man in the second half.”

Robertson scored 21 points off 21 West Las Vegas turnovers.

“Second half we went inside on the block we got the ball inside to the post,” Robertson coach Jose Medina said. “Our defense played stronger using our length and athleticism instead of reaching.”

Tessa Ortiz added 12 points and Gabriela Trujillo 11 for Robertson.

— Noah Seligman

No. 1 ROBERTSON 73 NO. 8 WEST LAS VEGAS 51

WEST LAS VEGAS (18-12): Cameron Sandoval 3-11 1-5 10, Briana Marquez 2-9 4-5 9, Jennifer Sanchez 0-4 0-0 0, Jasmine Sanchez 3-8 1-2 9, Skylin Morgan 5-11 3-3 13, Kaitlin Gonzalez 0-3 0-0 0, Amarie Rodriguez-Vigil 2-3 0-2 4, Adara Bustos 0-1 0-0 0, Madison Marquez 3-4 0-0 6, Jermaine Valdez 0-0 0-0 0, Jacelyn Morgan, 0-0 0-0 0 Bailey Gouas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 18-54 11-15 51

ROBERTSON (27-2): Gabriela Trujillo 4-10 0-0 11, Alianza Darley 3-5 7-10, 13, Tessa Ortiz 6-14 0-2 12, Jazmyne Jenkins 9-16 1-2 19, Jayden Jenkins 3-7 0-0 6, Shayla Hillis 1-3 0-0 2, Jasmine Jaramillo 3-3 0-0 7, Trinity Sena 1-4 1-1 3, Jasmine Barela 0-1 0-0 0, Stella Garcia 0-2 0-0 0, Leann Salazar 0-0 0-0 0, Cailyn Marrujo 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-64 8-15 73

West Las Vegas 8 17 11 15 — 51

Robertson 15 11 23 24 — 73

3-Point Goals—Robertson 5-12 (Trujillo 3-8) West Las Vegas 4-22 (Jasmine Sanchez 2-4). Assists—Robertson 17 (Darley 4, Ortiz 4), West Las Vegas 9 (B. Marquez 4). Fouled Out—None. Rebounds—Robertson 45 (Jazmyne Jenkins 9), West Las Vegas 31 (Morgan 6). Total Fouls—Robertson 16, West Las Vegas 14.

 

No. 5 NAVAJO PREP 66, No. 4 HATCH VALLEY 57: At Santa Ana Star Center, sophmore Aiona Johnson poured in 26 points and the Eagles scored 25 fourth-quarter points to pull away.

Tavyn Trujillo led Hatch Valley with a hard-earned 17 points after going 4-of-14 from the field. The Bears shot 48 percent from the field, but had 18 fewer attempts than Navao Prep.

The game was tied nine times and had seven lead changes, but Navajo Prep shot 64 percent from the field and hit 11 of 15 free throws in the final stanza.

Senior center Kariah Wilson added 10 points and 14 rebounds for the Eagles.

No. 5 Navajo Prep 66, No. 4 Hatch Valley 57

NAVAJO PREP (21-9): Laila Charley 3-4 2-2 9, Hailey Martin 4-13 3-4 11, Taina Sandoval 0-3 0-0 0, Aiona Johnson 9-16 7-9 26, Amber Garcia 2-6 1-2 5, Cienna Harrison 1-3 0-0 3, Kariah Wilson 5-10 0-0 10 Holly Walker 0-2 0-0 0, Cheyanne Begay 1-2 0-0 2, Shannus Becenti 0-0 0-0 0, Raine Jones 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-59 13-17 66.

HATCH VALLEY (23-6) Makayla Villegas 1-4 0-0 3, Tavyn Trujillo 4-14 9-14 17, Maddison Williams 7-12 1-5 18, Katie Dunnahoo 2-2 1-1 5, Megan Montez 5-7 0-0 12, Makenzie Williams 1-1 0-0 2, Natalie Molinar 0-1, 0-1 0, Valerie Garay 0-0 0-0 0, Shanikua Alaniz 0-0 0-0 0, Pricilla Chairez 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-41 11-21 57.

Navajo Prep 16 9 16 25—66

Hatch Valley 14 12 19 12—57

3-Point FG: NP 3-16 (Charley 1-1, Sandoval 0-2, Johnson 1-5, Garcia 0-2, Harrison 1-3, Walker 0-2, Begay 0-1); HV 6-18 (Villegas 1-4, Trujillo 0-4, Williams 3-5, Montez 2-4, Molinar 0-1). Rebounds: NP 41 (Wilson 14); HV 23 (Trujillo 7). Assists: NP 7 (Martin 2, Sandoval 2); HV 8 (Trujillo 3). Team Fouls: NP 18; HV 16. Fouled Out: None.

No. 6 TULAROSA 38, No. 3 TUCUMCARI 35: Three times since Feb. 9, Tucumcari had played its district rival Tularosa. All three times, Tucumcari (22-5) won — by an average of 31 points.

None of that mattered Tuesday at the Star Center.

The lower-seeded Wildcats (19-9) rallied from a 12-point second-quarter deficit to earn the stunning victory in quarterfinals action.

Junior Shacie Marr scored a game-high 13 points and Ciara Lechuga added 11 for Tularosa, but defense set the tone. Tucumcari managed just one bucket (on nine attempts) in the third quarter, scored just three points and went into the fourth down 25-24.

Aaliyah Brown led Tucumcari with 11 points.

No. 6 TULAROSA 38, No. 3 TUCUMCARI 35

TULAROSA (19-9): Allysa Montoya 1-5 0-0 2, Ember Cervantes 3-9 1-2 8, Ciara Lechuga 4-11 1-2 11, Shacie Marr 6-14 0-0 13, Alex Leyva 2-3 0-0 4, Drianna Chavez 0-2 0-0 0, Brandy Silva 0-0 0-0 0, Veronica Diaz 0-0 0-0 0, Jordan Gaston 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-44 2-4 38.

TUCUMCARI (22-5): Aaliyah Brown 5-10 1-2 11, Ashley Shipley 0-3 0-0 0, Aliyha Herrera 3-8 1-2 8, Jasmine Jones 3-8 3-4 9, Kalani French 3-11 0-0 7, Lenora Trujillo 0-0 0-0 0, Reece Goldston 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 14-41 5-8 35.

Tularosa 9 5 11 13 — 38

Tucumcari 13 8 3 11 — 35

3-Point FGs: Tul 4-15 (Montoya 0-2, Cervantes 1-5, Lechuga 2-3, Marr 1-5), Tuc 2-16 (Shipley 0-1, Herrera 1-5, Jones 0-2, French 1-7, Goldston 0-1). Rebounds: Tul 35 (Cervantes 10), Tul 24 (Brown 8). Assists: Tul 8 (Montoya 4, Tuc 5 (Shipley 3). Team fouls: Tul 8, Tuc 11. Fouled out: None.

No. 2 SANTA FE INDIAN 45, No. 7 SOCORRO 31: A tenacious defensive effort and unselfish basketball carried No. 2 Santa Fe Indian (26-4) to a 45-31 win over No. 7 Socorro (18-11) at the Santa Ana Star Center. The Lady Braves held the Warriors to 11 second half points using a 7-0 run to start the third quarter to gain vital separation.

Freshman Cameron Conners 11 paced Santa Fe Indian with 11 points while junior Deysha Townsend led Socorro with 11.

“Our second half has always been our best half,” Santa Fe Indian Coach Patricia Chavez said.

Santa Fe Indian cut open Socorro with crisp ball movement. The Lady Braves picked at the Warriors zone with assists from the left corner to cutters in the lane and found open pockets for midrange jumpers.

“Quick passes get open shots instead of dribbling, which means the defense has time to react,” Santa Fe Indian junior Frankie Chavez said.

Socorro clung close trailing 24-20 at halftime yet made just two shots from the floor the rest of the game.

“That’s just a credit to Santa Fe Indian,” Socorro Coach Lawrence Baca said. “We just couldn’t get that run in the second half.”

Santa Fe Indian advances to face No. 6 Tularosa in the semifinals on Thursday

— Noah Seligman

No. 2 SANTA FE INDIAN 45,

No. 7 SOCORRO 31

No. 2 SANTA FE INDIAN (26-4) Marlena Yazzie 4-6 0-0 9, Leanna Lewis 2-7 1-4 9, Hunter Garcia 3-8 0-0 6, Franki Chavez 2-7 0-2 4, Camilla Lewis 1-6 0-0 2, Cameron Conners 5-9 1-2 11, Iris Emery 1-1 1-2 3, Jayda Lucario 0-1 1-2 1, Ceceila James 0-0 0-0 0, Dominique Chavarillo 0-0 0-0, Katelynn Calabaza 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 18-45 7-14 45

No. 7 SOCORRO (18-11) Tarah Apachito 3-10 1-2, 8 Kaylena Ganadonegro 0-3 1-2 1, Kaylene Baca 2-6 0-0 4, Deysha Townsend 4-6 0-0 11, Savannah Chewiwi 0-3 2-4 2, Gabriella Paz 1-2 0-0 2, , Taelene Fowler 0-1 0-2 0, Lukisha Ganadonegro 0-2 1-2 1, Ashlyn Jones 0-0 1-2 1, Alexandra Crespin 0-0 1-2 1, Harley Richardson 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 10-33 7-16 31.

Santa Fe Indian 10 14 11 10 — 45

Socorro 8 12 3 8 — 31

3-Point Goals—Santa Fe Indian 2-11 (Yazzie, Lewis) Socorro 4-17 (Townsend 3). Assists—Santa Fe Indian 14 (Conners 3, Yazzie 3), Socorro 6 (Fowler 3). Fouled Out— Santa Fe Indian None, Socorro (Baca). Rebounds—Santa Fe Indian 36 (Lewis 8), Socorro 22 (Chewiwi 7). Total Fouls—Santa Fe Indian 12, Socorro 15.

 

CLASS 2A GIRLS (bracket is here)

No. 2 PEÑASCO 55, No. 7 CLAYTON 49: At the Santa Ana Star Center, Peñasco’s Carly Gonzales put on a show for the ages, scoring 30 points and grabbing 14 rebounds for the second-seeded Panthers (26-3).

Gonzales was 10-of-15 from the field and hit all 10 of her free throws , and Adrianna Tafoya added 12 points.

Mandy Crisp was 8-of-11 and had a team-high 20 points for Clayton (16-12), which led 15-12 after one quarter and by seven points with 3:28 to go in the second quarter. But Penasco finished with a flurry grabbed a 32-31 halftime lead and held Clayton to 25 percent (8-of-32) from the floor after halftime.

(2) PEÑASCO 55, (7) CLAYTON 49

CLAYTON (16-12): Keegan Geary 3-12 0-0 8, Mercedes Sandoval 1-5 1-2 3, Kaylee Mitchell 2-10 0-4 4, Mandy Crisp 8-11 1-2 20, Barbara Cruz 4-12 0-0 8, Hannah Johnson 1-5 1-1 3, McKinlee Crisp 1-9 0-0 3, Dyanne Montoya 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 20-64 3-9 49.

PEÑASCO (26-3): Bianca Contreras 0-1 0-0 0, Ariana MacAuley 1-3 0-0 2, Adrianna Tafoya 4-15 3-6 12, Alaska Lopez 2-9 0-0 4, Carly Gonzales 10-15 10-10 30, Alexandria Sandoval 1-5 3-5 5, Jennifer Aguilar 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 19-49 16-21 55.

Clayton 15 16 9 9 — 49

Peñasco 12 20 15 8 — 55

3-Point FGs: C 6-25 (Geary 2-8, Mitchcell 0-1, Ma. Crisp 3-5, Cruz 0-4, McK Crisp 1-7), P 1-11 (Contreras 0-1, Tafoya 1-4, Lopez 0-3, Sandoval 0-3). Assists: C 10 (Johnson 5), P 9 (Sandoval 3). Rebounds: C 44 (Mitchell 10), P 38 (Gonzales 14). Total Fouls: C 21, P 13. Fouled out: C, Sandoval, Ma. Crisp; P, Contreras.

No. 8 MESCALERO APACHE 47, No. 1 TEXICO 46: The favorite in 2A has been eliminated by the upstart Chiefs (22-7), who built a 13-point third-quarter lead and barely held on.

Ramona Fossum had a team-high 17 points and Fallon Velasquez added 14 points and 11 rebounds for Mescalero. The Chiefs gained control in the middle two periods, shooting 55 percent (11 of 20) and taking a 36-25 advantage into the final stanza.

Baylee Sours had 22 points and Jasmine Davalos 12 for the Wolverines (23-4), who had won 14 straight since a 40-37 loss on Dec. 22  in holiday tournament play to Robertson, the top seed in 3A. Texico hit all three of its 3-point tries in a 21-11 fourth-quarter surge.

No. 8 MESCALERO APACHE 47, No. 1 TEXICO 46

MESCALERO APACHE (22-7): Ramona Fossum 7-11 0-0 17, Samantha Kazhe 2-7 5-5 9, Fallon Velasquez 5-11 3-4 14, Tunte Baca 0-1 1-2 1, Mia Fatty 2-4 0-0 4, Pearl Pike 0-0 0-0 0, Alyn Kazhe-kirgan 0-2 2-2 2. Totals 16-36 11-13 47.

TEXICO (23-4): Rachel Phipps 2-7 0-0 4, Baylee Sours 8-14 3-5 22, Jasmine Davalos 4-9 3-4 12, Ashley Hill 0-12 2-4 2, Sydney Furrow 0-1 1-2 1, Nallely Ramirez 0-2 0-0 0, Riley Rohrbach 0-0 5-8 5. Totals 14-45 14-23 46.

Mescalero Apache 6 15 15 11 — 47

Texico 8 7 10 21 — 46

3-Point FGs: MA 4-11 (Fossum 3-5, Velasquez 1-3, Bava 0-1, Kazhe-kirgan 0-2), T 4-7 (Phipps 0-1, Sours 3-4, Davalos 1-1, Ramirez 0-1. Assists: MA 8 (Baca 5), T 5 (Davalos 3). Rebounds: MA 27 (Velasquez 11), T 26 (Sours 8). Total Fouls: MA 18, T 14. Fouled out: MA, Baca.

No. 4 DULCE 54, No. 5 ESTANCIA 34: Brooke Vigil poured in 23 points on an efficient 10-of-12 shooting from the field for the Hawks (23-6), who shot 53 percent as a team and had no trouble disposing of the Bears (22-6).

Lainey Fastnacht had a team-high 12 points for Estancia, which shot 26 percent from the field in contrast and committed a whopping 25 turnovers.

Dulce trailed by five in the first period, but outscored Estancia 21-10 in the second for a 30-18 lead and control.

 

No. 4 DULCE 54, No. 5 ESTANCIA 34

ESTANCIA (22-6): Kaitlyn Calhoon 1-6 0-1 2, Jamie Fastnacht 1-2 2-4 4, Mariah Aday 1-6 2-2 5, Lainey Fastnacht 4-13 1-1 12, Uriah Astorga 1-7 3-4 5, Samantha Hernandez 1-3 1-2 3, Pricilla Padilla 1-1 0-0 3, Olivia Anaya 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 10-39 9-14 34.

DULCE (23-6): Lauryn Vigil 3-6 3-6 9, Brannon Vigil 1-3 0-0 3, Brooke Vigil 10-12 2-3 23, Caitlin Duncan 2-5 3-4 7, Jaelynn Reval 3-6 2-5 9, Jasmine Salazar 1-2 0-0 3, Kristen Manwell 0-0 0-0 0, Chancey Vicenti 0-1 0-1 0, Kierston Vicenti 0-1 0-0 0, Alancia Herrera 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 20-38 10-19 54.

Estancia 8 10 8 8 — 34

Dulce 9 21 12 12 — 54

3-Point FGs: E 5-17 (Aday 1-6, L. Fastnacht 3-9, Hernandez 0-1, Padilla 1-1), D 4-9 (Bran. Vigil 2-3, Brooke Vigil 1-1, Reval 1-2, Salazar 1-1, C. Vicenti 0-1. Assists: E 7 (Astorga 3), D 11 (L. Vigil 4). Rebounds: E 28 (J. Fastnacht 7), D 26 (Brooke Vigil, Reval 6). Total Fouls: E 17, D 16. Fouled out: E, J. Fastnacht.

No. 3 PECOS 64, No. 6 LORDSBURG 47: At the Santa Ana Star Center, Brittney Martinez scored 19 points in leading the Panthers past the Mavericks.

A 21-point Pecos second quarter gave the Panthers a 33-18 halftime lead, and Lordsburg never threatened.

Analisa Castañeda led the Mavericks with 14 points. Arissa Plowman had 11, Madison Miller 10.

Cassandra Mullen had 14 and Lexi Gonzales 12 for Pecos.

No. 3 PECOS 64, No. 6 LORDSBURG 47

LORDSBURG Alicia Jaquez 1-4 0-5 2, Anissa Plowman 4-16 2-7 11, Analisa Castanada 5-14 3-6 14, Maria Reyes 0-1 0-2 0, Madison Miller 5-12 0-2 10, Karissa De La Garza 0-1 0-1 0, Angelina Aguilar 1-1 1-3 3, Brook Hooper 1-1 0-0 2, Emma Mendoza 01 1-2 1, Laryssa Powell 0-0 0-0 0, Paulina Mendosa 2-2 0-0 4, Laticia Escolar 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 19-53 FG 7-27-FT 47.

PECOS Trinity Herrera 3-11 5-8 11, Cassandra Mullen 5-14 1-2 14, Brittney Martinez 7-16 4-7 19, Faith Flores 1-7 0-2 2, Mariah Sandoval 0-0 0-0 0, Lexi Gonzales 5-10 0-0 12, Desiree Sena 1-1 0-0 3, Mikayla Gonzales 0-0 0-0 0, DeAniza Dimas 1-2 0-0 3, Sativa Herrera 0-0 0-0 0, Mistidawn Roybal 0-0 0-0 0, Savannah Ortiz 0-0 0-0 0, Mariah Ruiz 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-61-FG 10-19-FT 64.

Lordsburg 9 9 11 18—47

Pecos 12 21 19 12—64

3-Point FG: L 2-15 (Plowman 1-10, Castanada 1-5); P 8-20 (Herrera 0-1, Mullen 3-6, Martinez 1-7, Gonzales 2-4, Sena 1-1, Dimas 1-1). Rebounds: L 51 (Miller 15); P 39 (Flores 9). Assists: L 7 (Plowman 3); P 10 (Herrera, Martinez 3). Total fouls: L 19; P 16.

 

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