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High school roundup: McQueen boys edge Reed

12:00 AM, Feb. 02, 2013 EST

McQueen's Kendall Dewees hit a basket with 5 seconds to play to lift the Lancers to a 44-42 win over Reed in a High Desert League boys basketball game Friday night at McQueen.

The win moved the Lancers to 11-14, 6-8 and kept their playoff hopes alive. Reed dropped to 14-8, 8-5.

Bryce Harnack scored 13 points to lead McQueen. For Reed, Devin Gray had 17.

Boys basketball

GALENA 72, WOOSTER 63 at Wooster: The Grizzlies trailed by two to start the fourth quarter but outscored the Colts 26-15 in the period to walk away victorious.

Caleb Wood had 24 points for Galena, and Kirk Gunderson had 22.

JJ Harloff led Wooster with 23 points and Deshawn Pughsley had 21.

DAMONTE RANCH 57, CARSON 53 at Damonte: David Crowley scored 20 points to lead the Mustangs past the visiting Senators to pull the the teams even in the Sierra league. Rafferty King had 22 points and Matt Nolan 20 in the losing effort.

RENO 64, NORTH VALLEYS 58 at North Valleys: Jeremy Peterson hit five 3-pointers en route to scoring 18 points to lead the Huskies.

Jakob Rolling added 11 points for Reno. Ian Flanary paced the Panthers with 14.

ELKO 61, WHITE PINE 28 at Elko: Brandon Jenkins made three 3-pointers on his way to 15 points to lead all scorers. Nathan Klekas added 13. Elko improved to 9-0 in the Ruby Mountain league.

Girls basketball

CARSON 50, DAMONTE RANCH 28 at Carson: The Senators' Savannah Smith had 20 points to lead all scorers and help Carson move to 9-5 in the Sierra league.

For Damonte, Morgan Waller scored 13.

WOOSTER 49, GALENA 45 at Wooster: The Colts (8-14, 3-11 Sierra) stayed in contention for a regional tournament berth by holding off the Grizzlies.

Trisha Christy (17 points) and Tara Garcia (14) combined for 31 points for Wooster. For Galena (2-12), Kaitlyn Hawthorne hit three 3-pointers and finished with 17 points.

FALLON 64, FERNLEY 32 at Fallon: Cady Cordes scored 17 points and Hannah Lindsay scored 15 points to lead the Greenwave.

Bailey Henderson hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with eight points for the Vaqueros.

SPANISH SPRINGS 71, HUG 54 at Hug: Lyndsey Anderson scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Cougars.

Lanesha Terrance (17 points) and Hannah Woytek (11 points) also reached double figures. Mele Lotulelei paced the Hawks with 16 points.

RENO 69, NORTH VALLEYS 32 at North Valleys: Gigi Hascheff sank four 3-pointers en route to scoring 22 points to lead all scorers.

Sisters Morgan and Mallory McGwire combined for 29 points. Taylor Dockter scored 14 points for the Panthers.

INCLINE 52, SOUTH TAHOE 40 at Incline: Molly Franklin finished with 19 points to lead the Highlanders.

Kyra Porter set a season record with 23 rebounds and Kerrie Tonking added 12 points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Neiger scored 19 points for the Vikings.

BISHOP MANOGUE 54, DOUGLAS 35 at Manogue: Kelly Lujan made a pair of 3-pointers on her way to scoring 16 points to lead all scorers.

Gabbi Concepcion (14 points) and Emma Briggs (12) also reached double figures. For Douglas, Corryne Millett and Mckenna Kynett each scored eight points.

SPARKS 46, WHITTELL 21 at Sparks: Krystal Parker sank five 3-pointers and had four assists en route to scoring 17 point for the Railroaders.

Sarah Hanson added 11 points.

REED 57, McQUEEN 40 at McQueen: Nakiyah LeSure (15 points) and Tina Vernon (14 points) combined for 29 points to lead the Raiders.

Brook Cervantes added 10 points. For the Lancers, Emma White scored 10 points.

LOWRY 40, BATTLE MOUNTAIN 25 at Winnemucca: Alyssa Dendary scored nine points to lead the Buckaroos.




Boys Basketball

Rank School Record
1 Elko High School
Elko, NV
2 Lowry High School
Winnemucca, NV
3 Edward C Reed High School
Sparks, NV
4 Galena High School
Reno, NV
5 Reno High School
Reno, NV




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