PREPS: State tournament scoreboard

PREPS: State tournament scoreboard

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Southern Arizona's top local high school basketball seed survived Round 1 of the boys' Conference 1A state tournament.

The Gregory School beat Ash Fork 76-46 Friday in Prescott.

The Hawks (30-2) were led by Demari Harris' 19 points. Tomari Harris had 18 points while Addison Mort added 17.

TGS will play #8 seed Valley Lutheran in a Saturday morning (9 a.m.) quarterfinal match up.

On the girls' side, the season came to an end in the first round for the Party of Five.

Immaculate Heart, who played most of the season with just five players on the roster, lost in their Conference 1A state tournament opener 52-33 to Rock Point.

The Knights (23-6) ended their season with three consecutive defeats.

Saturday's schedule will highlight a pair of 11-seed vs. 3-seed matchups as on the girls' side a suddenly embattled Cienega program heads to Sahuaro while for the boys a suddenly resurgent Salpointe Catholic (13-15) heads north to renew their rivalry against Catalina Foothills (24-5).

The Lancers and Falcons split their two regular season meetings with the Salpointe Catholic winning at CFHS 66-62 on February 1.

Salpointe Catholic beat Catalina Foothills on a overtime buzzer beater last season in the state semifinals. Both games start at 6:30 p.m.

Here is the reminder of scores from Friday's state tournament action:


1A State Championship (First Round)

Phoenix Valley Lutheran 52, Patagonia 33
Williams 68, Baboquivari 35

5A State Championship (Quarterfinals)

Phoenix Sunnyslope 67, Sahuaro 34

2A State Championship (First Round)

Thatcher 59, Many Farms 53, OT


1A State Championship (First Round)

Ft. Thomas 50, St. Gregory 33
Baboquivari 63, Grand Canyon 45
St. David 48, Anthem Prep 42

2A State Championship (First Round)

Thatcher 48, Campo Verde 47, OT

3A Quarterfinal: HIGHLIGHTS: Pueblo beats Glendale Cactus 62-45 
4A 2nd round: HIGHLIGHTS: Sabino beats Pusch Ridge Christian 52-34

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