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High school roundup: Mustangs surge past Spanish Springs

12:00 AM, Jan. 12, 2013 EST

The Damonte Ranch boys basketball team used a 14-0 run over the third and fourth quarters to pull away from Spanish Springs, eventually holding on for a 67-62 win Friday night in a Division I game.

Justin Bridgman scored 27 points to lead all players. David Crowley added 24 for the Mustangs (5-3 Division I).

For Spanish Springs (11-6, 5-3), Kenny Meyer had seven field goals and finished 7-for-7 from the free-throw line for 21 points.

Girls basketball

RENO 58, WOOSTER 19 at Wooster: Mallory McGwire scored 14 points to lead a balanced offense and the Huskies' defense limited Wooster to seven points over the final three quarters.

Gigi Hascheff scored 12 points for the Huskies (15-2, 4-1) and Savannah Schulze added 11. Trisha Christy's six points led Wooster (5-11, 0-8).

SPANISH SPRINGS 54, DAMONTE RANCH 30 at Spanish Springs: Lyndsey Anderson scored 15 points and Kayli Lang added 10 to lead the Cougars.

Senior post player Lanesha Terrance had eight points and 10 rebounds for Spanish Springs (15-4, 6-2). Riley Holladay added eight points, five assists, five steals and six rebounds.

Taylor Nuttal led the Mustangs with 11 points.

DOUGLAS 52, HUG 23 at Minden: Desiree Cage scored 13 points and Mcklenan Kynett added 10 to lead the Tigers.

ELKO 38, FALLON 30 at Fallon: Desirea Danner and Anna Dubois each scored 10 points to lead the Indians.

Cady Corde had 12 points for the Greenwave (11-4).

MCQUEEN 50, GALENA 46 at Galena: Emma White scored 16 points and Christina Farman and Jordyn Jackson each added 10 for the Lancers.

Kaitlyn Hawthorne had 16 points for the Grizzlies (3-9).

LOWRY 43, DAYTON 28 at Winnemucca: Alyssa Jones had 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and Kylee McClellan added 12 for the Buckaroos (3-2 league 5-8 overall).

VIRGINIA CITY 54, COLEVILLE 22 at Virginia City: Keana Fielding scored 25 points to lead the Muckers (10-5, 4-0) to a Division IV win.

Nicole Smith scored eight points for Coleville (3-8, 0-2), which was held to two points in the third quarter.

YERINGTON 49, WHITTELL 16 at Yerington: Celine bethel scored15 points and Carissa Lockwood added 13 for the Lions.

Emily Harris had eight points for Whittell.

Boys basketball

CARSON 66, NORTH VALLEYS 47 at Carson: Rafferty King scored 13 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Senators. Matt Nolan added 12.

North Valleys' Mauricio Varela (13 points) and Jalil Walker combined for 25 points.

VIRGINIA CITY 72, COLEVILLE 43 at Virginia City: Quentin Allen led the Muckers with 20 point, including four 3-pointers.

Jordan Popiela added 14 points for Virginia City (11-5, 3-0). Seth Huhta led Colveille with 18 points.

GALENA 67, McQUEEN 52 at Galena: Caleb Wood scored 20 points to help the Grizzlies move their record to 16-3 overall, 6-1 in Division I games.

For McQueen (8-11, 3-5), Kody Eckert scored 26 points.

LOWRY 66, DAYTON 28 at Winnemucca: Jesse Studebaker scored 18 points, grabbed five rebounds, had three assists and stree steals for the Buckaroos.

Josh Watterson had 12 points, four rebounds a block and a steal for Lowry (10-3, 5-0).

Bernardo Macias led Dayton with 11 points.

PYRAMID LAKE 57, SIERRA LUTHERAN 56 (OT) at Nixon: A late free throw in overtime made the difference in a close Division IV game.

John Barlese scored 28 points to lead the Lakers (8-5, 2-0). For Sierra Lutheran, Alex Borgman scored 15 points.

REED 55, BISHOP MANOGUE 40 at Manogue: Alonzo Vega had 11 points for the Raiders, who also got 10 from Devin Gray.

For Manogue, James Andoval had nine points.

SPRING CEEK 46, FERNLEY 29 at Fernley: James Yaunick scored eight points to lead the Spartans.

WHITTELL 61, YERINGTON 52 at Yerington: Austin Neil scored 14 points and Derek Heldt-Wele added 13 to lead the Warriors.

Corben Cliften had 10 points for the Lions.




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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