PV girls crush Miyamura in home opener, improve to 9-0 this season

The Daily Times staff

FARMINGTON – The Piedra Vista Lady Panthers capitalized on Miyamura’s foul troubles, eventually cruising to an 87-56 home-opening win tonight at Jerry A. Conner Fieldhouse in Farmington.

PV stayed unbeaten at 9-0.

PV struggled getting some shots off in the opening minutes, but Miyamura committed multiple fouls by mid-second quarter. The Lady Panthers were in the bonus by then, and they started pulling ahead for good.

PV had a big enough cushion to where coach Joe Reed rested his starters for most of the fourth quarter.

PV will play at 7 p.m. Thursday at Aztec.

Piedra Vista's Bailey Rasmussen attacks the basket against Miyamura during Monday's girls basketball game at Jerry A. Conner Fieldhouse in Farmington.

Kirtland basketball teams win at Monument Valley, Arizona

The KC girls coasted to a 76-27 win tonight, and the KC boys followed suit by grinding out a 75-72 victory.

The KC girls (5-2) will host Los Lunas at 6 p.m. Thursday, while the KC boys (4-3) will play in the Eddie Peña Classic Thursday at Grants.