Leading a balanced scoring effort, Grant Jordan poured in 14 points to help Mountain View enhance their post-season aspirations with a 59-44 victory over host Summit in a Mountain Valley Conference boys’ basketball game Tuesday evening. For his effort, which included two thunderous blocked shots, the junior earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
Outstanding on both ends of the court, Mia Morey scored a game-high 21 points and shut down Summit’s most potent scorer to lead Mountain View to a 64-54 victory over the host Storm in a Mountain Valley Conference girls’ varsity basketball Tuesday evening. Tallying two three-point field goals during a key 11-0 run in the first half that vaulted the Cougars to a lead the visitors would not relinquish combined with a shining effort as the one in the box-and-one defense that limited Summit’s Olivia Loberg to six points, the senior earned The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.
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Leading a balanced offensive attack, Dylan Moss scored a game high 16 points to help Redmond earn its third victory of the season and its first in Intermountain Conference competition, a 61-46 triumph over crosstown rival Ridgeview in a boys’ basketball game Friday evening.
For his effort, the junior received The Center Foundation Player of the Game honors.