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Canyon Springs Girls Basketball

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Wingstop Player of the Week: Canyon Springs forward a four-year starter
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Alexia Thrower is in the final month of her high school basketball career at Canyon Springs High School. It seems like yesterday when ...
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Las Vegas Sun Super Seven: Sofie Cruz to put finishing touches on outstanding career at Coronado
Monday, December 3, 2012
girls basketball: Three Division-I bound players from Centennial also highlighted on preseason team
Before Coronado girl’s basketball coach Bill Crego makes any moves or changes this season, there’s one key person he’s always planning to consult. It’s not an assistant or a mentor. It’s his best player, senior guard Sofie Cruz. “Being a basketball coach for 20 years now, it’s safe to say I haven’t had many kids like that,” Crego said. “I trust her like I haven’t trusted too many other kids.”
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Prep basketball coaches contemplate new mercy rule
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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Karen Weitz can’t help feeling this rule was created partially with her Centennial High School girls basketball team in mind. The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Board of Control Monday approved a mercy rule for Nevada high school basketball games, which calls for a running clock when one team is ahead by 40 or more points in the second half. To be implemented this winter, the clock would only stop for timeouts and continue to run during fouls shots — comparable to a recreation-league game where teams have the court for one-hour blocks.
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Liberty, Foothill will meet a third time this winter in girls title game
Thursday, February 17, 2011
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Two Henderson area girls basketball teams Thursday won Sunrise Regional semifinal games to advance to Friday’s title game. Liberty, the Southeast Division champions, made quick work of Canyon Springs in a 78-42 win. Foothill didn’t have it as easy, using a pair of free throws from Christina Nash with 11.9 seconds to play in a 39-38 victory against Valley.
Liberty girls grab victory at Canyon Springs
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Liberty showed why its so highly-regarded in the third quarter of a 66-58 victory against Canyon Springs Tuesday night. Behind Jade Washington and Amanda Delgado, the Patriots went on a big run to turn a narrow 33-31 halftime lead into a commanding 55-41 advantage.