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High School basketball roundup: Reed boys get past Spanish Springs

12:00 AM, Jan. 19, 2013 EST

Overcoming a nine point defecit at the start of the fourth quarter, the Raiders rallied to score 28 points at home, defeating Spanish Springs, 60-55, Friday in boys basketball.Trae Wells scored 17 points to lead the Raiders and Alonzo Vega added 15. Cougars' Kenny Meyer finished with 20 points, a game high. Teammates TJ McCauley (10) and Austin Damoth (11) finished in double-digit scoring.

Boys Basketball

HUG 94, NORTH VALLEYS 50 at North Valleys: Sam Williams scored 20 points to lead three Hawks in double figures.

His brother Jeemiah Williams addd 18 and Richard Kerr had 17.

DOUGLAS 54, CARSON 35 at Douglas: Hunter Myers scored 18 points to lead the Tigers.

Austin Evans added 11 points for Douglas (12-6, 8-1).

Rafferty King led the Senators with 11 points and Matthew Nolan added 10.

VIRGINIA CITY 37, MINERAL COUNTY 35 at Mineral County: Quintin Allen scored 15 points to lead the Muckers.

Jordan Popiela added nine points.

For Mineral County, Leland Graham scored 15 points.

BISHOP MANOGUE 67, WOOSTER 53 at Manogue: Remy Dillard and Anthony Salerno both finished with 18 points to lead the Miners. James Sandoval scored nine points.

Deshawn Pughsley (16), JJ Harloff (11) and Tony Keith (10) were in double-digit scoring for the Colts.

SIERRA LUTHERAN 71, EXCEL CHRISTIAN 55 at Sierra Lutheran: Michael Patrick scored 21 points, including three 3-pointers to lead Sierra Lutheran.

Teammate Alex Borgman finished with 19. For Excel Christian, AJ McCauley scored 21 points.

ELKO 77, SPRING VALLEY 63 at Spring Valley: Nathan Klekas scored a game-high 28 points, leading the Indians.

Tim Meo added 19 points. Spring Valley's Terrell Lee (17) and Dante Humphreys (12) were in double-digit scoring.

PYRAMID LAKE 63, COLEVILLE 44 at Pyramid Lake: John Barlese scored 30 points, hitting six 3-pointers, to lead the Lakers.

Teammate Richard Barlese contributed 15 points. Coleville's Seth Huhta knocked down five 3-pointers, finishing with 17 points.

Girls basketball

BISHOP MANOGUE 67, WOOSTER 16 at Manogue: Gabbi Concepcion knocked down six 3-pointers en route to scoring a game-high 24 points

for the Miners. Teammate Brianna Holt added 14 points.Tara Garcia led the Colts with eight points.

GALENA 52, DAMONTE RANCH 48 at Damonte: Grizzlies' Kaitlyn Hawthorne was the leading scorer with 24 points, including six 3-pointers.

Teammate Paige Brown scored 13 points. Bianca Camara led the Mustangs with 16 points, knocking down four 3-pointers.

REED 85, SPANISH SPRINGS 61 at Reed: Gabby Williams finished with 23 points to lead the Raiders. Teammate Tyler Sumpter knocked down three 3-pointers on her way to scoring 22 points.

For Spanish Springs, Riley Holladay scored a game-high 26 points.

BATTLE MOUNTAIN 48, LOWRY 46 at Battle Mountain: Abbie Mikelson scored 17 points to lead the Longhorns.

Battle Mountain (12-6) hit 9-of-12 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off the Buckaroos.

Payton Naveran had 12 points for Lowry and Shelby McKinnon added 10.

MINERAL COUNTY 42, VIRGINIA CITY 39 at Hawthorne: Alicia Carlos scored 13 points to lead the Serpents.

Teammates Alexa McFalls and Shari Shakir each scored six points. Keana Fielding scored 11 points for the Muckers.

CARSON 54, DOUGLAS 51 at Douglas: Madison Preston made four 3-pointers on her way to scoring 21 points for the Senators.

Teammate Savannah Smith also finished with 21 points. Corryne Millett scored 12 points to lead the Tigers.

PERSHING COUNTY 50, YERINGTON 32 at Pershing County: Sarita Jo Condie scored 20 points, including two 3-pointers to lead the Mustangs.

Samantha Dennler added nine points. Lions' Francine Summerville scored 10 points.




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