Eagles generate key defensive stops on the outer wings, leading to easy scoring chances en route to a 58-28 win Friday in Farmington. Wochit
FARMINGTON — After six long weeks, the Navajo Prep Eagles finally hit their home floor for the first time this season — coasting to a 58-28 win over Crownpoint tonight to open District 1-3A basketball action.
Prep kept getting key defensive stops on the outer wings, setting up plenty of high-percentage scoring chances from there.
The Eagles opened the game on a 28-5 run and didn't look back.
Prep (9-7, 1-0) will resume district play 7 p.m. Wednesday at Wingate.
PV girls improve to 17-0
The Lady Panthers had a bit of scare, but pulled out a 56-48 win tonight at Albuquerque High.
PV trailed 29-22 late in the second quarter, but eventually came out on top.
Shiprock girls reach Hope Christian Invite finals
The Lady Chieftains edged host school Hope Christian 56-51 in tonight's tournament semifinals in Albuquerque.
Lady Chieftains come out victorious in Friday's Hope Christian Invitational semifinals game in Albuquerque, advancing to Saturday's championship game. Farmington Daily Times
Newcomb boys fall in Santa Rosa Lions Classic semis
The Skyhawks lost 45-44 against district foe Rehoboth Christian today.
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