Lady Bulldogs post two tourney wins

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Kingman’s Desirae Gonzalez looks for an opening against Lee Williams’ Jackie Millim and Chania Scott, left, on Nov. 24. Gonzalez scored 75 points in two games at the River Valley Shootout Friday.

JC AMBERLYN/Miner<BR> Kingman’s Desirae Gonzalez looks for an opening against Lee Williams’ Jackie Millim and Chania Scott, left, on Nov. 24. Gonzalez scored 75 points in two games at the River Valley Shootout Friday.

KINGMAN - The Kingman High Lady Bulldogs basketball team went 2-0 Friday in the River Valley Shootout.

Kingman blew by El Monte, Calif., Mountain View, 71-23. Desirae Gonzalez had a double-double with 36 points and 10 rebounds. Kim Carroll added 13 points and had eight steals and six rebounds.

The Lady Bulldogs also beat Needles, 65-47. Gonzalez had another double-double with 39 points, including five 3-pointers, and 16 rebounds. Makenna Taylor scored 10 points and had five assists.

Saturday's results from the tournament were not available at deadline.

Lee Williams posted a 1-1 mark at the shootout. The Lady Vols took care of Parker, 51-28. Sadie Snay finished with 22 points, and Jackie Millim added nine.

Lee Williams suffered a huge loss to Chinle, 84-34. Madi Arave and Madi McGlathery each finished with 10 for the Lady Vols.

Kingman Academy lost to Mohave Accelerated in overtime at the tournament, 42-38.

The teams return to regular-season action this week. Kingman and Kingman Academy match up at 7 p.m. at KHS. Lee Williams next plays at Glendale Deer Valley at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

WRESTLING

At Flagstaff, Lee Williams fell to Gila Ridge at the Peaks Invitational Friday, 67-11. Nic Verville at 132 pounds earned five points for the Volunteers by with a technical fall win over Frank Widman, 20-4. Tiberius Williams (182) scored the other six when he pinned Christopher Valdez.

Lee Williams went 2-1 at its four-team round-robin home meet Wednesday. The Vols beat Chinle, 48-30, and then beat Hopi by criteria after the squads tied, 42-42. Division III No. 3-ranked Chino Valley handled Lee Williams, 68-8.

The Volunteers next grapple at River Valley at 3 p.m. Wednesday.