The Bradshaw Mountain and Kingman boys' basketball teams each claimed a game this past week, starting with the Bears' 59-42 victory in Prescott Valley on Tuesday, and ending with their 47-46 overtime loss on the Kingman Bulldogs' hardwood.
Tuesday, the Bears took control early to go up 18-11 as the first quarter concluded, led 30-14 at the half, and pushed the margin to 43-28 after three quarters of play.
Ten players on the 11-man roster scored, led by senior Tyler Inglehart, who finished with a game-high 19 points. Inglehart hit three 3-pointers in the first quarter and four on the night. He also assisted on three buckets and contributed a couple of steals and rebounds.
Trevor Judd managed 9 points, including a trio of smooth, nothing-but-net free throws at one sitting for the final points of the first half.
Defensive leader with 6 boards and 2 steals was Anthony Biasetti, who had 3 assists and 6 points on the offensive side.
D.J. Gonzales swished a 3-pointer as the first quarter buzzer sounded, on his way to 8 points, along with 4 assists and 2 blocks.
At Kingman Thursday, missing 9 of 15 free throws made the difference for the Bears.
Lucas Herman paced Bradshaw with 15 points, while Biasetti added 11.
Bradshaw is at home this week, playing host to Moon Valley yesterday, after the Tribune's press time, and welcoming Mingus Union tomorrow and Camp Verde on Friday for Senior Night. Tip off for each game is 7 p.m.