Asaad Woods scored a game-high 19 points to lead No. 4 Mesa Mountain View to a narrow 48-44 victory over host Chandler Basha in a 5A-I Central region matchup.
The Toros (14-3, 5-1) led by just one point heading into the fourth quarter, but Woods took over, scoring eight of the team's 12 points to hold off the Bears (16-3, 4-2) and give Mountain View sole possession of first place in the region.
Torren Jones led Basha with 16 points.
Desmond Howard scored 13 points and dished out 10 assists as Perry stayed unbeaten in 5A-I East Valley Region play with a 79-67 win over visiting Desert Ridge.
Dillon Smock led the Pumas (11-8, 5-0) with 20 points and Chase Richardson added 17.
Desert Ridge's Dylan Crist also had 20 points while D.J. Henderson added 18 and L.C. Williams put in 15 for the Jaguars (7-8, 3-2).
Andy Wade scored 24 points and Angel Ung chipped in with 15 to lead Skyline to a 67-42 victory over visiting Casa Grande Union.
Ryan Wheeler and Jalen Robbins scored 15 points apiece for the Cougars, who fell behind 21-8 at the end of the first quarter and couldn't recover.
With the win, the Coyotes improved to 9-8 on the year.
Playing without top scorer Hayden Johnson, host Scottsdale Christian fought off a pair of runs by Phoenix Precision to win 71-59 in a 2A nonregion game.
Johnson has been hospitalized with a partially collapsed lung for a week. Scottsdale Christian coach Bob Fredericks said Johnson is getting better but that there was no time frame for his release or his return to the court.
Against Precision, the Eagles were led by four players in double figures. Jake Cipolletti had 18, Judah St. Amand had 14, John Irvine added 14 and Park Thomas had 13.
Marcos de Niza's Alex Doller scored four goals, breaking the school's single-season scoring record of 30, while leading the Padres to a 7-0 shutout of host Casa Grande Union.
Cheyenne Walker added two goals and Erika Fimbres scored the other for Marcos de Niza (7-5, 3-0).
The previous single-season scoring record was held by Bianca Dollar, Alex's sister. ...
The Hamilton girls soccer team stayed undefeated in 5A-I Fiesta Region play, defeating visiting Chandler 2-0 after the game was called due to lightning.
The Huskies' (8-0 region) Samantha Weiss and Saira Khan scored the only two goals of the game.
Before the game was called, Hamilton's Rachel Otero (concussion) and Reilly Johnson (leg) left the game with injuries.
The Mountain View girls basketball team jumped out to a 17-8 first-quarter lead over Basha and pulled away, defeating the visiting Bears 52-32.
The Toros' Jennifer Schlott lead all scorers with 18 points. Mountain View is now 14-4 overall, 5-1 in region play.
Domenique Whitmore had 8 points to lead the Bears.
Sophomore Kelsey Sanders scored a career-high 15 points to help fifth-ranked Scottsdale Christian improve to 13-5 this season with a 52-15 drubbing of Precision.
Kaile Magazzeni scored a game-high 14 points as Highland crushed Corona del Sol 57-17 in a 5A-I Central Region game.
Haley Vennard added 11 points for the Hawks (16-6, 4-2), while Sydney Vanda led Corona (5-14, 0-6) with 11 points.
Kameron Knutson, Johnelle Hannah and Katherine Hamilton each scored 18 points in Dobson's 77-62 win over 5A-I Central Region opponent Mesquite.
The fourth-ranked Mustangs (19-4, 4-2) held a slim six-point advantage heading into the final frame but outscored Mesquite (9-11, 2-4) by nine in the quarter to pull away.
Mesquite's Maylinn Smith led all scorers with 25 points and teammate Cara Bomar added 17.
Andrea Jones added 12 points for the Mustangs.
Gilbert, ranked second in 5A-I, improved to 16-5 overall by routing Phoenix North 71-35 behind 26 points from Whitney Southerland.
Southerland is now second in 5A-I with 22.8 points per game. Justine Johnson added 12 points for the Tigers.
Brandon Carrish had a hat trick and Tyler Conklin netted two goals as Desert Mountain beat North Canyon 5-0.
Carrish and Conklin each scored two goals in the first half, with Carrish getting his final goal in the second half to help the Wolves improve to 5-2 overall.