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12/06 - Mountain Pointe edges Horizon on OT basket

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Posted: Friday, December 5, 2003 11:02 pm | Updated: 1:06 pm, Thu Oct 6, 2011.

Genice Colorado hit the game-winning basket with 10 seconds left in overtime to lift visiting Mountain Pointe past Horizon 69-68 in a 5A non-region girls basketball game on Friday night.

Nicole Anders posted her second straight triple-double with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for the Pride (6-3). Carrie Beaumont led the Huskies (3-5) with 21 points.

TEMPE PREP 49, ESTRELLA FOOTHILLS 20: Christa Leesman had 16 points and 16 rebounds to lead host Tempe Prep (3-1) over the Wolves in non-region play.

WESTWOOD 66, DESERT MOUNTAIN 56: Jackie Gonzalez led all scorers with 26 points to lead the Warriors (2-1) over the visiting Wolves. Desert Mountain was led by Erin Greenberg's 23 points.

PRESCOTT 42, DESERT RIDGE 24: Jenny Baca had 16 points to lead the visiting Badgers over the Jaguars (1-4) in a 4A non-region game. Ashley Galatin had 14 points for Desert Ridge.

DOBSON 94, MOUNTAIN VIEW (NEV.) CHRISTIAN 17: The Mustangs routed Mountain View Christian at the Navajo Generating Station Tournament in Page. Ashley Moore had 26 points for Dobson.

PHOENIX SUNNYSLOPE 33, MCCLINTOCK 32: Angel Etsitty led all scorers with 13 points but the visiting Chargers' (0-5) comeback bid failed against the Vikings in a 4A Skyline Region game.

MARCOS DE NIZA 58, RED MOUNTAIN 56: Sam Chittenden made two free throws with three seconds left to win for the Padres (5-3). She scored all 18 of her points in the second half to lead a comeback. Nicole Childers had 25 points for the Mountain Lions (4-4).

VALLEY CHRISTIAN 48, ST. GREGORY 12: Jennifer Ekstrand had 17 points for the Trojans (5-0) as they beat the visiting Hawks (4-4) in a non-region game.

SAGUARO 65, COTTONWOOD MINGUS 32: Jessica Hammer had 30 points and 19 rebounds and Della Rhodes had 16 points to lead the visiting Sabercats (3-5) over the Marauders.

SCOTTSDALE CHRISTIAN 42, PHOENIX COUNTRY DAY 19: Wendy Woudenberg had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Scottsdale Christian (4-1) as it downed Phoenix Country Day. Teammate Ashley Frank contributed 17 points as Scottsdale Christian reached today’s final in the Phoenix Country Day Desert Classic. Earlier Friday, the Eagles defeated Northwest Community Christian 38-26.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 65, HAMILTON 58: Brooke Jackson scored 22 points as the visiting Toros defeated the Huskies (1-2).

QUEEN CREEK 50, MOGOLLON 41: The Bulldogs got past Mogollon in the Queen Creek-Blue Ridge Tournament. Michelle Amete led the Bulldogs with 13 points. Queen Creek is 2-1 in the tournament and will play in today’s semifinals at 11:30 a.m. It also defeated Blue Ridge 42-29 and lost to Tucson Flowing Wells 44-26 on Friday.

CACTUS SHADOWS 52, GLENDALE APOLLO 46: Lara Kilgore had 15 points as the host Falcons (2-4, 1-0) downed the Hawks in a 4A Desert Sky Region matchup.

MESQUITE 62, MESA 41: Andie Mason had 18 points as the visiting Wildcats beat the Jackrabbits. Yuliana Guevara had 15 points to lead Mesa (2-6).

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