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December 15, 2013

Basketball: Weekend Recap

Today we recap the Saturday High School Basketball games from across the State.

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Hobbs 62, Gadsden 51 3OT's - The Hobbs Eagles moved to 10-0, Gadsden moved to 11-1 on the year in the championship game of the Capitol City Tournament Saturday Night. Gabriel Jurado of Hobbs was named Tournament MVP.

Roswell 69, Artesia 57 - The Roswell Coyotes defeated the Artesia Bulldogs Saturday Night to win the City of Champions Tournament. Cesar Nava of Roswell was named Tournament MVP.

Las Cruces 82, Rio Rancho 60 - The Las Cruces Bulldawgs rolled past Rio Rancho on Saturday thanks to 26 points from Malik Woods and 23 points from JT Romney.

Cleveland 64, Montwood 25 - The Cleveland Storm won the Marv Sanders Invite. Ryan Jones was named Tournament MVP.

Clovis 55, Manzano 40 - The Clovis Wildcats moved to 2-2 on the season with a 15 point win over Manzano Saturday Night. The Clovis Wildcats were led by Willie McCray who finished with 25 points, Manzano was led by TJ Holyfield who scored 15 points and had 14 boards.

Valley 74, La Cueva 51 - The Valley Vikings moved to 5-0 on the year with a conniving win over the La Cueva Bears. Valley is ranked No. 1 in the State at the moment.

Alamogordo- 73, El Paso Ysleta- 48: Jo Jo Jones led the way with 13 points for the Tigers. Andrew Yates had 12, while J.J Johnson and Tyler Koehler added 11. The Tigers advance to 6-1 on the season.

St. Mikes- 38, Capital- 24: Justin Flores had 11 in the Horsemen's victory last night. St. Mikes advances to 3-1, while the Jaguars drop to 2-5.

Deming- 73, Santa Fe- 58: Dominic Saenz had a game high 25 points yesterday as he led Deming passed their host, the Demons. Santa Fe's Julio Rivera was not far off that, with 24.

Hope- 77, Highland- 65: The Huskies handed the Hornets their first loss of the season, as they took the championship in the Joe Armijo Classic. Tournament MVP Bryan Medina had 24 for the Hornets, while Brandon Zabala dropped 17 for the Huskies. Hope is now 4-1, while Highland is 5-1.

Bosque- 67, Desert Academy- 43: Senior Miles Horton led the way in last night's match up as he scored 22 points to secure the win. Big man Gabe Chavez scored 20, which gave him 60 points in three games and the title of highest overall scorer in the Sundevil Invite. Jake Maple also brought in 10. Sudi Torres led Desert Academy with 16.

Pojoaque- 55, Robertson- 52: In a battle till the end, the Elks maintained the lead, after losing the 37-27 lead they had going into the 4th quarter. Chris Martinez had a 20 point game, while Matthew Herrera dropped 14. Sebastian Gonzales led the Cardinals with 25.

Sandia Prep- 55, Mesilla Valley- 54: The third place game in the Sundevil Invitational was a battle, with the score tied at the end of the first and second quarters, and Mesilla Valley only down by 4 at the end of the third. Sonblazer Jeff Adler was the overall leading scorer with 22. Sundevil point guard Zack Tenorio brought in 17, while Jacob Helper and big man Dustin Gaddis had 10 apiece.

Silver- 35, Ruidoso- 22: Silver defeated Ruidoso to become the 2013 Sundevil Invitational Champions. Gabe Morrales had 12points and earned the title as tournament MVP. Luis Marquez of Ruidoso was his team's leading scorer with 11.

Girls | Top Performer List Here

Lovington 70, Artesia 51 - The Lovington Wildcats defeated Artesia Saturday Night to win the City of Champions Tournament.

Bloomfield- 36, Estancia- 34: Senior Tashia Werito led the way for Bloomfield with 14 points. Both teams are now 1-4 on the season.

Tularosa- 75, Cloudcroft- 19: Tularosa had 4 girls in double digits last night, with Shania Gilliland and Kyanne Kowatch leading the way with 14 apiece. Cassie Vickey had 11 and Adrianna Secatero had 10. With the win, Tularosa advances to 4-1 on the season and Cloudcroft drops to 1-3.

Centennial- 48, Belen- 34: Rylee Meloy led the way for the Hawks with 12 points, while Jas Garcia added 10. Kristin Sainz was Belen's leading scorer with 11.

West Las Vegas- 73, Robertson- 51: The lady dons defeated in-town rival with the help of Deanna Bustos who ended with 18. Jaylen Gutierrez had 14, Joedy Quintana, 12, and Celeste Trujillo, 10, helped with the victory. Samantha Montano led the way for the Cardinals with 16.The lady dons advance to 4-2, while Robertson drops to 1-2.

Hope- 42, Los Lunas- 37: The Huskie defeated the reigning 4A state champs last night, as they took the first place trophy of the Joe Armijo Classic. Los Lunas star Teige Zeller dropped 12 points in last night's game and earned tournament MVP, but it wasn't enough. Shelby Perry led the way with 16 points. The young Huskies squad who is led by one senior is still undefeated.

Santa Fe- 50, St. Mikes- 41: The Demonettes claimed their third straight Capitol City Invite title last night, as they routed the lady horsemen by 9. Jackie Martinez led the way with 15 points. Alex Groenewold had 22 for the lady horsemen. Santa Fe advances to 8-1, while St. Mikes goes 4-2 this season.

Gallup- 84, Cleveland- 35: The Bengals took it to the Storm with the help of 3 double digit scorers. Rebecca Herrera and Kaylee Tsinginie had 14, while Danisha Torrez dropped 13. Savannah Montoya led the way for the storm with 11. Cleveland drops to 4-4 and Gallup advances to 4-2.



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