Noah Taitz hit four 3-pointers and scored 27 points as Bishop Gorman beat Clark 57-46 at Legacy to claim the Class 4A Sunset Region title. The last time Bishop Gorman played Clark, Noah Taitz had just seven points. He wasted little time topping that total on Saturday. Taitz hit four 3-pointers and scored 27 points as the Gaels beat the Chargers 57-46 at Legacy to claim the Class 4A Sunset Region title.
Foothill senior Keilani Brown had a game-high 18 points and converted the go-ahead layup with 15 seconds left to lift the Falcons to a 54-53 victory over Canyon Springs in the Class 4A Sunrise Region semifinals on Thursday evening. Foothill girls basketball coach Laura Allen screamed commands to her players during the waning seconds of their Class 4A Sunrise Region semifinal game against Canyon Springs. The Falcons couldn’t hear them amid the band and the fans. But they executed anyway.
Liberty senior guard Cameron Burist scored 32 points to lift the Patriots to a 82-70 home victory over Las Vegas on Tuesday night in Sunrise Region quarterfinal play. Liberty guard Cameron Burist didn’t want his senior season to end Tuesday night. He scored 32 points to ensure he’ll play at least one more high school basketball game. Burist eviscerated Las Vegas High School’s defense, and sparked the Patriots to an 82-70 home victory over the Wildcats in their Sunrise Region quarterfinal matchup.
Bishop Gorman senior and Washington recruit Jamal Bey is close friends with senior UNLV commit Trey Woodbury, who wore No. 22 for Clark before being dismissed from team last month. The Gaels beat the Chargers three times without Woodbury, including last night for region title. https://twitter.com/jamal_bey5/status/965366444685893632
Canyon Springs is going to Reno after a a 101-89 victory over Coronado in the Class 4A Sunrise Region championship game. Phenomenal game. Pioneers back to state the first time since 2015. https://t.co/rDZtxfhOmV
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