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1/2/2013 9:08:00 AM
Bears 3-2 at holiday tourney - open with blowout, end with OT win
BMHS sophomore Skylor Clinton leaps for a block on a Perry shooter Thursday at the Bradshaw Mountain Alvarez Tire Holiday Hoops Classic basketball tournament in Prescott Valley. Coming in to help are No. 1 Lucas Herman, No. 32 Tyler Inglehart, No. 14 Anthony Biasetti and No. 2 D.J. Gonzales.
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BMHS sophomore Skylor Clinton leaps for a block on a Perry shooter Thursday at the Bradshaw Mountain Alvarez Tire Holiday Hoops Classic basketball tournament in Prescott Valley. Coming in to help are No. 1 Lucas Herman, No. 32 Tyler Inglehart, No. 14 Anthony Biasetti and No. 2 D.J. Gonzales.
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Cheryl Hartz
News Editor


The Bradshaw Mountain Bears opened their own Alvarez Tire Holiday Hoops Classic basketball tournament last Wednesday morning with a 71-24 rout of Mayer, on their way to a 3-2 record.

Nearly every Bear scored, with Christian McKay turning in the top shooting performance of 10 points, while Nathan Blanco, Tyler Inglehart and Anthony Biasetti each contributed 8 points.

Biasetti and Trevor Judd grabbed 5 rebounds apiece, and Riley Dalpiaz was assist leader with 4.

In the nightcap, Bradshaw downed Catalina 51-40.

Thursday afternoon, the Bears couldn't recover fast enough from a 3-point first quarter, and fell to Perry 56-32.

Inglehart's trio of treys formed the bulk of his 12 points, while Gonzales added 7 points, and Skylor Clinton pulled down 7 boards.

In the first round of cross-bracket play of the No. 2s, Westwood downed Bradshaw 58-50 Thursday evening.

Bears led 25-20 at the half, but fell behind 36-31 after three and never gained ground after that.

Westwood's Shomari Gilliam dazzled with a game-high 26 points to go along with half-a-dozen steals. Bradshaw got 15 points from Biasetti.

Lucas Herman's 12 points included a pair of threes, while Inglehart garnered his second trio of treys in the tourney in a 10-point performance. McKay dished 3 assists and Clinton led rebounding with 5.

Bradshaw closed the tourney by edging Cibola 56-55 in overtime.

The Bears get a break from competition until heading to Camp Verde Jan. 8.

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