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Wauneka, Goodman, Brown pace Window Rock to tourney title

Window Rock turned in its most productive games during this young season as the Scouts posted an 86-69 victory over the Valley Sanders Pirates en route to earning the tournament championship at the Fighting Scouts Events Center in Fort Defiance last Saturday.

After receiving a close call in last Friday’s semifinal game, Tohatchi girls basketball coach Tanisha Bitsui got a better effort from her veteran squad in the championship game of the Laguna-Acoma Invite.

There were some ill-advised passes that were mishandled early on.

It took a rough season and a lot of growing up for the Bloomfield boys’ basketball team to finally show some moxie.

Heating up around the three-point line is nothing new for the Ganado boys’ basketball team.

The Page girls’ basketball team took a big step forward in establishing themselves as the team to beat in Division III.

Tuesday night was all about testing the water when it came to the Shiprock Northwest vs. Red Valley/Cove boy’s basketball game.

Northern Arizona Lumberjacks exploded for 54 points in the second half to turn a close game into a 90-57 rout over the Embry-Riddle Eagles in a game played at the Window Rock High School Events Center in Fort Defiance.

Since it opened, the Window Rock High School Events Center in Fort Defiance has housed only high school athletic games.

Led by senior post Ni’Asia McIntosh, the Gallup girls’ basketball team posted an 83-77 win over Shiprock on Saturday.