In a grind-it-out, hard-fought victory over No. 6 Brophy, defense was the difference for No. 3 Desert Vista boys basketball on Saturday.
A carryover of confidence from an unlikely comeback win wasn’t surprising when Mountain Pointe grabbed an early lead Friday night at Hamilton.
In his first season at Desert Vista, Gino Crump and the Thunder advanced in the 6A Conference state tournament after a far-from-comfortable 81-74 victory over La Joya on Wednesday night.
Sometimes, it takes just one great quarter to flip an entire game upside down.
The scenario began to look all too familiar to the Highland bench.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Chad Porter looked at the scoreboard, and it didn’t exactly compute.
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