PREPS: Sahuaro shining bright in early season - Tucson News Now

PREPS: Sahuaro shining bright in early season

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Sahuaro’s boys basketball team stayed unbeaten on the 2017-18 season Thursday night with a 68-63 win over Tucson.

The Cougars are led this season by seniors Dylan Newell (18 ppg five apg) and Dashawn Engram (14 ppg, 9 rpg).

Sahuaro resumes play in the Sabino Holiday Tournament on December 27 against Huntington Beach (CA) Ocean View.

On the girls’ side, The Cougars beat the Badgers 46-45.

Sahuaro (10-1) is paced by freshman Alyssa Brown (13 ppg, 7 rpg).

Here are all of your high school basketball scores from December 21:

BOYS BASKETBALL

Mountain View 51, Glendale Mountain Ridge 49
Marana 77, Brantford Collegiate (Ont.) 39
Paradise Honors 113, St. Augustine Catholic 62
Buena 72, Sabino 62
Amphitheater 67, Cholla 63
Palo Verde 71, Empire 53
Pueblo 50, Youngker 47

Hamline University Tournament

Breck, Minn. 81, Walden Grove 79

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Marana 53, Mountain View 37
Paradise Honors 113, St. Augustine Catholic 62
San Simon-Bowie 34, Tucson School-Deaf and Blind 26
Amphitheater 40, Cholla 34
Empire 55, Palo Verde 41
Pueblo 85, Youngker High School 34
Sabino 43, Buena 40

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