Yavapai Gaming - August 2014

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1/25/2013 9:26:00 AM
Biasetti's big 4th quarter keeps BMHS boys basketball playoff hopes alive

PREP BASKETBALL

Bradshaw boys 54

Mingus Union 53


Anthony Biasetti scored 18 points - including 12 in the fourth quarter - as the Bears posted their second straight one-point win Thursday night in Prescott Valley to keep their playoff hopes alive.

The Bears trailed by five points at halftime, and then by 11 entering the fourth quarter. But the team - which must win its final four games of the season to vie for a playoff berth - rallied in clutch form.

"We showed a lot of will and fight tonight knowing we have to win every game to get to state," Bradshaw head coach Doug Beilfuss said. "Things were not going our way offensively tonight, but we found a way to win a game that we shouldn't have won. But sometimes good teams can do that."

Biasetti also contributed six rebounds and five assists. Sophomore Skylor Clinton posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 boards, and junior DJ Gonzales chipped in 11 points and seven rebounds.

The Bears (16-8 overall) were coming off a 48-47 win over Moon Valley on Tuesday. Bradshaw now has just two games remaining in the regular season, and hopes to keep the momentum rolling at home Friday (7 p.m.) against Camp Verde.

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