• Tournament MVP Nnamdi Ezenwa scored 22 points and El Paso Bowie dominated from start to finish in a 67-40 rout of Santa Fe High for the championship of the Southwest Dairy Farmers Classic. Senior guard Daniel Camacho added 16 points and sophomore guard Ramon Celis-Sanchez hit five 3-pointers for 15 for the Bears (16-1), while the Demons (7-5) got 14 points from senior forward Isaac Jeantete.
• Amarillo Tascosa pulled away in the second half to beat Abilene Cooper 66-52 for fifth place. The Rebels (10-8) got 19 points from sophomore forward Jim Ausbie and 11 points from senior guard Toby Dennis, while leading scorers for the Cougars (8-10) were junior forward Michael Brady with 16 points and senior forward Reese Williams with 14.
• Senior guard Michael Ortega had three 3-pointers en route to 26 points and sophomore forward Jaylen Spraggins added 13 points to key Rio Grande (6-4) to a 70-59 win over Los Lunas in the seventh-place game. Senior guard Jerrell Warner led the Tigers (2-9) with 21 points, including three 3-pointers, and sophomore post Mario Garcia chipped in 16
• Senior guard Erika Baca scored 12 points, all on 3-pointers, to lead a balanced La Cueva attack and the Bears routed Cibola 67-47 for the Plateau Holiday Classic championship. La Cueva (8-3), which won its sixth game in a row since a loss to the Cougars in a tournament at Cibola in early December, also got 11 points apiece from senior guard Sara Pohl and junior forward Jamie Parker and 10 from junior center Sydney Kemper.
La Cueva, which hit seven 3-pointers and 28-of-34 free throws, led 21-7 at the quarter and pulled away by outscoring the Cougars 21-7 in the final period. Junior post Amber Battle led Cibola with 16 points, and senior post Korina Chapman added 14.
• Shiprock shook off tough losses in the first two rounds to blow out Alamogordo 59-15 in the seventh-place matchup. The Lady Chieftains (8-4), who ran away to a 27-4 lead at the quarter, got 11 points from sophomore post Tessa Begay and 10 each from senior guard Mishauna Todacheenie and sophomore guard Kalen Henderson, while the Lady Tigers (4-7) managed five points from senior guard Shanae Hilliard.
— Compiled by CNJ staff