KINGMAN - The Kingman Academy High boys basketball team opened Tuesday's game with four 3-pointers and the Tigers netted a total of 11 in their 70-58 win over Kingman at KHS.
Junior Robby Glass added four of his own in the second quarter for Kingman Academy (7-0 D-III, 16-6). The Tigers led 32-19 at the break and 49-31 at the end of the third quarter.
It was fifth time this season that the Tigers and Bulldogs met. Kingman Academy won all five meetings.
"It's fun (playing Kingman)," said KAHS junior Breyden Potter. "It's a friendly rivalry now that we've proven our point."
Potter finished with eight points, seven rebounds and three steals for the Tigers. Senior Lance Martin led with 19 points, and Tarik Skubal registered a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. He also had three steals.
Kingman (5-2 D-II, 9-8) was led by senior Rod Gilleo, who scored a game-high 26 points and pulled down four rebounds.
"I've been telling him to be more aggressive and demand the ball more," KHS coach Ron Anthony said.
Kingman Academy opens its D-III, Section 2 season when it hosts River Valley at 7 p.m. today at KAHS.
Kingman played at Lee Williams Wednesday. Results were not available by deadline. The Bulldogs travel to Flagstaff to face Coconino Tuesday.
Kingman 7, Havasu 1
KINGMAN - Senior Paulina Delgado scored a hat trick and the Kingman girls soccer team overcame a slow start to beat Lake Havasu Tuesday at KHS, 7-1.
Havasu (0-5 D-II) took their only lead early when Brittany Lundberg corralled a shot off the crossbar in the fourth minute.
The lead didn't last long as 3-1/2 minutes later Delgado scored the first of her goals to tie the match, 1-1.
Kingman (2-3) took the lead for good in the 19th minute when Brianna Gastineau sent a pass to the far right of the field to teammate Elizabeth Angle, whose boot found the net in the upper-right part of the goal.
Alyssa McBride made it 3-1 for Kingman in the 18th minute when she scored on a penalty kick, and that is how the half ended.
The Lady Bulldogs scored four goals in the second half. Savannah Tuepker got it rolling for Kingman in the 41st minute when she broke free down the left sideline, found herself one-on-one with the Havasu keeper and scored at the right-front post.
Delgado scored her other two goals in the second half, and Rachel Bracken added one for Kingman.
Kingman hosted Yuma (2-3) Wednesday. Results were not available by deadline. The Lady Bulldogs also host Prescott at 6 p.m. Friday.
Kingman Academy 20
KINGMAN - Senior Taylor Reed scored 21 points, sophomore Desirae Gonzalez had 20, and senior Alison Owen added 15 as the Kingman girls basketball team sped past Kingman Academy Tuesday at KAHS, 77-20.
Kingman (9-0 D-II, 15-1) scored 42 first-quarter points and led 69-13 at half.
Kingman Academy (1-6 D-III) travels to Mohave Valley to face River Valley (1-4) to start its Section 2 season at 7 p.m. today.
Kingman hosts Coconino at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Kingman 17, Havasu 0
KINGMAN - David Amador scored five goals and Brett Sipe found the net four times as the Kingman boys soccer team throttled Lake Havasu in Havasu Tuesday, 17-0.
Taylor Ferrin had three goals, Manuel Tadeo two, and Jay McNiven, Dustin Drach, and Justin Wilkerson each scored once.
Kingman (6-1 D-II) played at River Valley Wednesday. Results were not available by deadline.