Kingman Academy rolls by Seligman

Lady Bulldogs avenge earlier loss to Parker

Henry Chinyere brings the ball up for Kingman Academy Dec. 10 against Lee Williams. Chinyere filled up the stats sheet in Tuesday’s win over Seligman with 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists, one turnover and five steals. (RYAN ABELLA/Miner)

Henry Chinyere brings the ball up for Kingman Academy Dec. 10 against Lee Williams. Chinyere filled up the stats sheet in Tuesday’s win over Seligman with 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists, one turnover and five steals. (RYAN ABELLA/Miner)

KINGMAN - The Kingman Academy High boys basketball team used a 30-point third quarter to put distance between itself and Seligman en route to a 69-36 win over the Antelopes Tuesday at KAHS.

The Academy (4-1 Division II) rolled out to an 11-point lead at the half, 29-18. After Seligman opened the third quarter with the first two baskets, the Tigers answered with a 12-0 run that quieted the visiting team.

Senior point guard Henry Chinyere led the Tigers with 14 points. He finished with seven rebounds, four assists, one turnover and five steals.

Breyden Potter recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Chris Pfeiffer led the Academy with 11 rebounds, and he added two points. Robby Glass scored 13.

The Tigers play at San Pasqual (1-3 D-IV) at 4 p.m. Friday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Kingman 52, Parker 43

The Lady Bulldogs outscored Parker 18-6 in the second quarter on their way to a non-section win Tuesday in Parker (2-3 D-III). The Broncs had previously defeated Kingman (5-2 D-II) Dec. 2 at KHS, 58-54.

Desirae Gonzalez poured in 33 points for Kingman in Tuesday's win. Kim Carroll added 12, Amanda Murphy had four, Mckell Old Bull two and Carly Lawrence ended with one for the Lady Bulldogs.

Kingman is on its holiday break until Jan. 6 when the Lady Bulldogs host Kingman Academy.

Academy 44, Seligman 35, OT

After battling to 35-35 at the end of regulation, the Lady Tigers owned overtime to bag the Antelopes Tuesday at KAHS. It was the second consecutive win for the Academy (2-3 D-III).

The Lady Tigers trailed at the half, 15-12, but put together a big third quarter to take a 26-23 lead into the final quarter. Seligman fought back to force overtime but came up short in the end.

Laura Harris led the Academy with 16 points. Kassidy Campbell and Cierra Rideout each finished with seven and Paige Mousley ended with six. Aspen Jackson scored four, and Reagan Haynes and Ashley Friend each had two.

Shaun Leist led Seligman (1-2 D-IV) with 10.

The Lady Tigers were to play Bradshaw Mountain Wednesday in Prescott Valley, but weather forced a postponement. The game will be rescheduled at a later date. The Academy plays at Lee Williams Jan. 5 after the holiday break.

Mohave 39, Lee Williams 33

Mohave (2-2 D-II) defeated the Lady Volunteers in a non-section game Tuesday in Bullhead City. Sadie Snay led Lee Williams (1-5 D-III) with 11 points and Kristen Finch contributed nine.

On Monday, the Lady Vols fell victim to Mingus (2-3 D-II), 52-48. Snay finished with 24 and Jackie Millim added 14.

The Lady Vols now head into the holiday break before hosting Kingman Academy Jan. 5.

GIRLS SOCCER

Coconino 1, Kingman 0

The Panthers didn't score until the second half and the Lady Bulldogs never found the net during Coconino's win Tuesday at KHS.

"It was a really good matchup," said KHS coach Laura Hilfinger. "We just couldn't get it back."

Kingman (1-5 D-II) and Coconino (3-1) will meet again Jan. 23 in Flagstaff in a Section V contest. The Lady Bulldogs don't take to the pitch until Jan. 6 when they play at Lake Havasu.