Prescott Takes Care Of Business In A Pair Of Wins Over Mingus

Dalton Leads Lady Badgers in 39-33 Win, Parent leads Boys on the road

Hollie Dalton led all scorers with 22, to lead the Prescott Lady Badgers to a 39-33 win over the Mingus Lady Marauders, in the Badger Dome last night.

Prescott coach Bobbi Yoder said, “This was a very scrappy game tonight. We started a little bit slow but were able to pick up the intensity and pressure with our press. That got us some turnovers and forced Mingus into some quick shots. We were able to build a 12 point lead going into the fourth. The turnovers we committed in the fourth allowed Mingus to get back in the game, but ultimately we were able to hang on to the lead for the win. It definitely wasn’t pretty but we will take the win.”

It was a tight game after one quarter with the teams tied at 8. Prescott managed to take a slim 18-16 lead to the locker room at the half.

The third quarter was nearly all Lady Badgers, as Prescott increased their lead to 33-21, thanks to 14 of the 15 quarter points by Hollie Dalton.

Things slowly became a little interesting as Mingus crept back into the game, and when Dalton fouled out with 1:36 left, the Marauders trailed by just four, 37-33. Prescott would be able to keep Mingus scoreless in the final 96 seconds to pick up the win.

Dalton finished with a double double. Besides scoring 22 points, Hollie had 12 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals.

Marauders senior Chase Doerksen was held to just 6 points, while sophomore Taylor Brock led Mingus with 7.

Janie Rudy, who had 4 points, but was big on the boards with 10 rebounds said, “We are playing more as a team, and up to our potential in each of our last three games after the opening lost to Bradshaw.”

Prescott (2-1) in the Grand Canyon Region, (3-1) overall, will pay a visit to Flagstaff on Friday. Tip time is 7:00 pm. Mingus drops to (0-3) and (0-4), and will play at Bradshaw Mountain on Thursday and host Coconino on Friday.

PRESCOTT LADY BADGERS 39, MINGUS LADY MARAUDERS 33

Mingus (33)-Mestas 2 2-2 6, Doerksen 3 0-0 6, Lopez 1 0-0 3, Madore 2 0-0 4, Brock 2 3-4 7, Claw 0 0-0 0, Bach 1 2-2 5, Hoggard 0 0-0 0, Mathis 1 0-0 2, Odell 0 0-0 0. 12 7-8 33.

Prescott (39)-Seavey 0 0-2 0, Rudy 2 0-2 4, Townsend 2 0-1 4, Lake 1 4-6 6, Dalton 8 3-3 22, Huttmann 0 2-2 2, Contreras 0 0-0 0, Magnum 0 1-2 1. 13 10-16 39

Score by Quarters – 1   2    3   4   –   T

Mingus                       8    8   5  12  –  33

Prescott                      8  10  15  6  –  39

Total Fouls-M 17, P 8

Fouled out-Dalton

Three Pointers-M(20)-Bach 1, Lopez 1. P(3)-Dalton 3

Tuesday Scores

Flagstaff 58, Bradshaw Mountain 43

Coconino 71, Mohave 39

Northwest Christian 56, Camp Verde 46

Sedona Red Rock 92, Nothland Prep 14

Mayer 36, Salome 19

Bagdad 27, Mohave Accelerated 26

 

GRAND CANYON REGION STANDINGS

School                          W-L     W-L

Flagstaff                       3-0      3-0

PRESCOTT                    2-1      3-1

Coconino                      1-1      2-1

Bradshaw Mountain  1-1       2-2

Mohave                        2-2      2-2

Lee Williams                 0-1      2-1

Mingus                          0-3      0-4

 

Varsity Boys

The Badgers continued with their road show Tuesday night with a 72-42 pounding of the Mingus Marauders in Cottonwood. Milap Owens and Jason Parent led Prescott with 17 points. Scooter Schwartz and Logan Jex both came off the bench and added 9 each.

It was Parent who was hot out the gate, scoring 12 points in the first 8 minutes, as the Badgers set the tempo and built a 9 point lead after one quarter.

Milap Owens and Scooter Schwartz joined Parent, in the big 24 point outburst in the second quarter to lead the Marauders 40-19 at the half.

The Badgers kept their offensive machine turned up, adding 27 points in the third quarter to put the game out of reach, leading Mingus 72-33. Ten different players scored as Prescott improved to (2-1) overall with all their to this point in the Grand Canyon Region.

Badgers Coach Travis Stedman said, “We got a great team win tonight. Defensively we played very hard, which really controlled the tempo.”

Prescott will host Flagstaff on Friday at 7:00 pm. Mingus (1-2) and (1-3) overall will visit Coconino.

PRESCOTT BADGERS 72, MINGUS MARAUDERS 43

Prescott (72)-Black 1 0-0 2, Owens 6 4-5 17, Carman 1 3-3 6, Koning 0 0-0 0, Parent 7 0-0 17, Schwartz 3 2-5 9, L. Jex 4 0-0 9, Weber 2 0-0 5, Brown 1 1-2 4, Regaldo 0 1-2 1, P. Jex 0 1-2 1, Hilton 0 0-0 0. 25 12-19 72.

Mingus (42)-Short 1 1-2 4, Devin Rodriquez 1 0-1 2, Figy 4 0-2 8, Peters 3 3-3 9, Gabaldon 2 1-2 5, David Rodriquez 0 1-2 1, Durkalec 0 0-0 0, Helgesen 0 0-0 0, Jimenez 5 1-1 13, Camacho 0 1-1 1.  16 8-13 43.

Score by Quarters –   1    2    3    4   –   T

Prescott                      16  24  27  5  –  72

Mingus                          7  12  14 10 –  43

Total Fouls-P 16, M 16

Fouled Out-None

Three Pointers-P(9)-Parent 3, Logan Jex 1, Owens 1, Schwartz 1, Carman 1, Weber 1, Brown 1. M(3)-Jimenez 2, Short 1

Tuesday Scores

Bradshaw Mountain 49, Flagstaff 41

Coconino 68, Mohave 36

Rancho Solano Prep 66, Williams 31

Salome 38, Mayer 16

Sedona Red Rock 76, Northland Prep 59

Monday Scores

Trinity Christian 71, Our Lady of the Sun Academy 64

GRAND CANYON REGION STANDINGS

School                           W-L       W-L

Coconino                       2-0        2-0

Bradshaw Mountain    2-0        2-1

PRESCOTT                      2-1        2-1

Flagstaff                         1-1        2-1

Lee Williams                  2-1        2-2

Mingus                           1-2        1-3

Mohave                          0-5        0-5

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