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December 14, 2013

Basketball: Friday Night Recap

Today we recap the New Mexico High School Basketballl Scene from Friday Night

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Boys

Roswell 64, Goddard 49 - At the Bulldog Pit in Artesia, New Mexico the Roswell Coyotes were led by Marquel Warner and Cesar Nava in a 15 point win over Goddard to move to the City of Champions Basketball Tournament. Cesar Nava had 12 points, Warner won the Dunk Competition right after the game.

Artesia 71, Lovington 63 - The Bulldogs beat Lovington Friday Night to advance to the City of Champions Tournament Saturday Night where they will play District Rival Roswell.

Carlsbad 63, Moriarty 51 - In a battle of two underclassmen bigs between Brendan Boatwright from Carlsbad and Jake Flemming of Moriarty, the Cavemen were able to win by 11.

Gadsden- 37, St. Mikes- 25: Willy Contreras led the way for the Panthers with 12 points. Undefeated Gadsden advance to the Final of the Capitol City Invite today

Hope- 89, Albuquerque- 50: Hope once again advances to the Joe Armijo Championship game, with help from Ben Spangler who had 14 points. The Huskies advance to play Highland.

Santa Fe Indian- 58, Estancia- 45: Senior Robert Calabaza led the way for SFIS with 12 points, while Tenzin James had 10. Santa Fe Indian advances to 5-2, while Estancia goes 4-2 on the season.

Highland- 70, Academy- 65: The undefeated Hornets had big help from forward Bryan Medina, who dropped two shy of 30 last night. Medina went 16 for 17 on the free throw line. Academy's Carlos CdeBaca led the Chargers with 24.

Hobbs- 87, Capital- 47: The Eagles were led in scoring by Devante Brown who dropped 14. The overall leading scorer was Capital's Jesus Diaz with 17. Hobbs will play Gadsden today in the championship.

Santa Fe- 61, Santa Fe Prep- 51: Keanyn Evans brought in 11 points, while Julio Rivera had 10. William Lenfestey dropped 21 for the Griffins. Santa Fe received its first win of the season, while Santa Fe Prep goes 6-4.

West Mesa- 60, Cibola- 54: The hosts defeated the visiting Cougars thanks to help from guard Josh Platero who had 22 points. Derek Martinez led the way for Cibola with 19. West Mesa advances to 5-2.

Rio Rancho- 84, Bernalillo- 80: Guard Brady Harrison led the way of this high scoring affair with 28 big points. Spartan Carl Herrera dropped 26.

Gallup - 82, Kirtland Central- 69: Tyler John was the Bengals leading scorer with 18, while Christian Mackey led Kirtland Central with a massive 33 points.

Sandia - 62, Clovis- 50: The visiting Matadors took down the home team thanks to sophomore Jordan Jones. Jones dropped 20 points. Willie McCray led Clovis with 19. Clovis drops to 1-2 and Sandia improves to 4-1.

Robertson- 98, Desert Academy- 64: Several players contributed to the big win for the Cardinals. Sebastian Gonzales led the way with 19, followed by Brandon Trujillo and Ricardo Martinez with 15, Keith Romero with 12 and Francisco Arguello with 10. Mack Snyder of Desert Academy had 27.

Pojoaque- 67, Bosque- 44: After a close first half, the Elks took it away in the second with help from Matthew Herrera who dropped 16 points. John Ainsworth added 13, while Jerome Santisteven added 10. Bosque's big man, Gabe Chavez brought in 20 points. Pojoaque plays Robertson today in the consolation bracket championship of the Sundevil Invitational.

Silver- 60, Messilla Valley- 51: A week ago they were playing in the state football championship, now rockstar duo Gabe Morales and Derek Salos are taking over the basketball. Both players had 18 points in yesterday's matchup to lead the way for Silver. Mesilla's Nick Monley was the overall leading scorer with 23. Silver plays in the championship game tonight at Prep.

Ruidoso- 46, Sandia Prep- 42: It's been about four years since Sandia Prep has lost a game in their home tournament, and last night, it happened again. The Sundevils couldn't handle Blayne Maldonado who had 14 points, and Luis Marquez who had 11. Prep's big man Dustin Gaddis dropped 19. Ruidoso takes on Silver tonight at 5 in the Sundevil Invitational Championship.

Girls

Santa Fe- 65, Centennial- 24: Savina Padilla led the way for the Demonettes with 13. Kayla Herrera and Sabrina Lozada- Cabbage scored 11 each.

St. Mikes- 44, Belen- 37: Alex Groenewold led the way for the lady Horsemen once again with 23 points.

Los Lunas- 52, Espanola- 50: The Tigers advance to the Joe Armijo Classic Final with the help of Teige Zeller who had a 20 point game.

Hope- 45, Las Cruces- 42: Another close semi-final, as the Huskies barely squeezed by Las Cruces to advance to the final. Hope's Alivia Lewis had 12
points.

Valley- 65, Sandia- 51: The Vikings were led by Briana Roybal who had 16. Other players in double digits were Shaynea Shamburger who dropped 15 and Alexis Reyes with 13.

Cleveland- 65, West Mesa- 28: Savannah Montoya brought in 19 and Jade Hill 16 for the Storm, as they advance to 4-3 on the season. West Mesa remains winless.

Shiprock- 65, Piedra Vista- 39: Kaleigh Graham's 16 points were not enough for PV who fell short last night. Courtney Steele led the undefeated lady chiefs with 16 points. Shania Harry added 14 and Ashley John added 12.

Mayfield- 63, Santa Fe Indian- 28: The Trojans leading scorer was Allie Pierce, with 20. The Trojans are now 5-2 on the season.

Clovis- 57, Hobbs- 50: Brandi Gomez had a season best with 22 points, followed by Shelby Jones with 15. Danielle Patterson had 15 for the lady Eagles. The lady cats defeated their rivals to advance to the finals of the Mel Otero Invite.

Robetson- 61, Capital- 26: The leading scorer for the Cardinals was Abbey Bradley with 15, followed by Amber Yara with 11. Selena Gonzales led the Jaguars with 10. The Cardinals advance to 1-1 on the season, while Capital fall to 0-7.

Volcano Vista- 73, Eldorado- 62: Senior superstar Hannah Fenske had 25 points to help the Hawks remain undefeated. Bianca Perez brought in 15 as well. Ariana Baca had 12 for the Eagles, as they go 2-1 on the season.



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