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Rincon faces Ironwood Ridge for title

Citizen Staff Writer
HS basketball

Citizen Staff Report

Gilbert Tafoya and Travis Timmons each scored 20 points for the Rincon/University boys basketball team in a 51-40 win over Mountain View on Wednesday in the 5A-II Southern Region semifinals.

The Rangers held region player of the year Aaron Anderson to nine points. The Mountain Lions, the tournament’s No. 3 seed, were led by Joshua Goshen’s 13 points.

Rincon, the No. 2 seed, advances to Saturday’s title game against No. 1 Ironwood Ridge.

St. Gregory 54, Magollon 33: At Prescott Valley’s Bradshaw Mountain High School, the defending Class 1A state champ won its opening-round playoff game and improved to 33-1 on the season.

St. Gregory will play Phoenix Valley Lutheran at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Prescott High School in the 1A quarterfinals.

Girls basketball

In a game in which no player scored in double figures, No. 2 Ironwood Ridge outlasted No. 3 Mountain View for a 35-24 win to advance to Saturday’s 5A-II Southern Region basketball championship against No. 1 Rincon/University. Liz Peterson’s eight points led all scorers in Wednesday’s semifinal.

Class 1A playoffs: The St. Gregory girls basketball team advanced to Thursday’s 1A quarterfinals with a 53-42 win over Williams on Thursday night at Prescott Valley Bradshaw Mountain High School. St. Gregory faces Pima at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Prescott High School for a chance to advance to Friday’s semifinals.

Rincon boys face Ironwood Ridge for title

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