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Navine Mallon leads Flowing Wells to convincing win over Lee Williams in 4A first round game

Flowing Wells senior Navine Mallon can play either at wing or power forward, defend any position with her agility and rebound well against post players because of her physicality.She can do it all, including outscore the opposition in a game.That happened Wednesday night in the sixth-seeded Lady Caballeros’ 59-26 victory over No. 11 Kingman Lee Williams in a 4A state first round game at Flowing Wells’ East Gym.Mallon finished with 29 points that included two 3-pointers, a couple of putbacks a...

Flowing Wells senior Navine Mallon can play either at wing or power forward, defend any position with her agility and rebound well against post players because of her physicality.

She can do it all, including outscore the opposition in a game.

That happened Wednesday night in the sixth-seeded Lady Caballeros’ 59-26 victory over No. 11 Kingman Lee Williams in a 4A state first round game at Flowing Wells’ East Gym.

Mallon finished with 29 points that included two 3-pointers, a couple of putbacks and many attacks to the basket, helping Flowing Wells improve to 20-8.

“I knew we had to be confident and just play because this is (potentially) our last home game,” said Mallon, who was chosen by 4A Kino coaches as the region’s co-Player of the Year with Salpointe’s Taliyah Henderson.

“I thought my team played really well together. We shared the ball. I feel like I did what I could and scored.”

.@LadyCabsBBall senior wing Navine Mallon had more points (29) than Kingman Lee Williams in the 59-26 win in the first round of the 4A state tournament. She is a very versatile inside-outside threat who has committed to Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif. pic.twitter.com/Bx5vn5vDxe

— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) February 16, 2023

Mallon can take with her to Westmont College at Santa Barbara, Calif., the memories of reaching the 5A state championship game the last two seasons and now another run into a state tournament.

Flowing Wells, classified to the 4A by the AIA before the school year, will play at No. 3 Glendale Deer Valley (16-7) in the quarterfinals on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

If the Lady Caballeros win that game and No. 7 Poston Butte upsets No. 2 Flagstaff, they can play at Flowing Wells one more time in the semifinals Feb. 28.

“She’s just a do-it-all kid, man,” Flowing Wells coach Michael Perkins said of Mallon, who now has 1,243 points and more than 900 rebounds in her career. “You can put her outside and set screens for her and shoot the 3.

“You can pound the ball inside and post her up. She just does all the hustle plays, grabbing offensive boards and putting it back. She’s just so smart; she’s in the right place at the right time. Man, easy to coach when you’ve got a kid like that.”

Even easier when talented kids complement her so well.

.@LadyCabsBBall coach Michael Perkins has now taken his program past the first round of the last 3 state tournaments, finishing runner-up at 5A last two years and now into the 4A quarterfinals after tonight’s 59-26 win over Kingman Lee Williams. pic.twitter.com/X1MWDFjwgV

— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) February 16, 2023

Senior post player Sydney Capen, who earlier this week committed to Wilmington (Ohio) College, had five blocked shots by halftime. She altered many other shots inside throughout the game, a significant factor for Lee Williams (24-6) shooting only 10 of 42 (23.4 percent) from the field.

Ayanna De Jesus, a power forward who added to Flowing Wells’ dominating presence inside, contributed nine points.

Flowing Wells set the tone for the entire game when it took a 20-4 lead late in the first quarter. Mallon had nine points and Lee Williams was 1 of 10 from the field with six turnovers at that point.

Sophomore Nevaeh Urenda, thrust into the starting point guard role this season, spearheaded Flowing Wells’ defense on the perimeter scoring most of her 12 points in transition off steals and turnovers.

Lee Williams finished with 28 turnovers, also more than its point total. That’s well over its average of 17.2 entering the game.

Urenda played considerably last year as a backup for Leamsi Acuña and she is using the time last year going all the way to the 5A state championship game to her advantage.

.@LadyCabsBBall sophomore PG Nevaeh Urenda played like a veteran in the 59-26 win over Kingman Lee Williams in the 4A first-round game with 12 points and numerous assists. pic.twitter.com/KGiyuLfrSw

— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) February 16, 2023

“I think it will help with my mentality,” Urenda said of her playoff experience. “If we’re ahead in the game, keeping the lead up. If we’re losing, kind of keeping the energy to kind of come back.

“Playoffs are a whole different game than seasons are. That knowledge from last year will help me a lot this year.”

Flowing Wells has the motivation to get over the hump after losing to Goodyear Millennium in the state championship games the last two seasons.

No Millennium ahead of Perkins’ team this time, but the Lady Caballeros have plenty of challenges ahead, including on the road Tuesday against Deer Valley (which went 10-0 in its region).

“I firmly believe in experience (in the state tournament),” said Perkins, who coached Flowing Wells to the 2007-08 state title. “Kids with experience know how to play. It usually gets you a deep run into the playoffs.

“Love the fact the kids have been there, they’ve felt the emotions, they felt the travel, the packed gyms, the different ball, all that kind of stuff. They are embracing it right now.”

ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He is a former Arizona Daily Star beat reporter for the Arizona basketball team, including when the Wildcats won the 1996-97 NCAA title. He has also written articles for CollegeAD.com, Bleacher Report, Lindy’s Sports, TucsonCitizen.com, The Arizona Republic, Sporting News and Baseball America, among many other publications. He has also authored the book “The Highest Form of Living”, which is available at Amazon. He became an educator five years ago and is presently a special education teacher at Gallego Fine Arts Intermediate in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

Photos: Flowing Wells High School 2020 drive-thru graduation

Flowing Wells High School graduating seniors donned caps, gowns and masks Wednesday night as they celebrated their graduation during a drive-thru style ceremony at the high school's John M. Mead Athletic Arena.Students made their way around the athletic field in vehicles filled with family and friends. Each graduate took their turn walking across the stage to receive their diplomas before returning to their respected vehicle.TagsPhotojournalistThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Arizona is 15,608, t...

Flowing Wells High School graduating seniors donned caps, gowns and masks Wednesday night as they celebrated their graduation during a drive-thru style ceremony at the high school's John M. Mead Athletic Arena.

Students made their way around the athletic field in vehicles filled with family and friends. Each graduate took their turn walking across the stage to receive their diplomas before returning to their respected vehicle.

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The Pima County Board of Supervisors postponed a vote to amend a set of temporary health code regulations that have sparked controversy throughout the county and state.

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Nix the balloons, flowers and gifts, but don't forget a face mask for TUSD's in-person graduation ceremonies this summer.

City plan would be to test about 1,000 people a day for two months, starting with city employees, before expanding to public.

The Southern Arizona VA Healthcare System will continue with implemented safety measures, including screenings and social distancing.

While a statewide stay-at-home order has been lifted and various businesses have been permitted to open, Tucson casinos remain closed.

The new figure brings to nearly 577,000 the number of Arizonans who have sought unemployment compensation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Billy Casper Golf, which manages 140 courses in 29 states, will take over management of the Conquistador and Cañada courses from Troon within the next three months.

State senators will return to work Tuesday to consider up to 30 proposed laws, then adjourn.

Local artists, dancers, engineers and more are working with Tucson students to form community relationships.

Each of the fallen service members will be honored in a special section of the Badgers' Hall of Champions.

Arizona coronavirus cases near 16,800; 2,075 in Tucson area

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Arizona is 16,783, the Arizona Department of Health Services said.

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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Arizona is 17,763, the Arizona Department of Health Services said.

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Arizona coronavirus cases top 18,400; 2,234 in Tucson area

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across Arizona is 18,465, the Arizona Department of Health Services said.

The new $4.6 million Sandra, Pamela, and Polly Aley Scholarship Endowment is providing full-ride University of Arizona scholarships for six to seven Flowing Wells High School graduates each year in perpetuity.

Flowing Wells wins Holiday Shootout; Pueblo and Rincon/UHS to play for Santa Cruz championship

FLOWING WELLS GIRLS HOLIDAY SHOOTOUTLINK: FREE HOLIDAY SHOOTOUT PHOTOSFlowing Wells: Dec. 28-29WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28Sunnyside 51, Canyon del Oro 33Pueblo 82, Buena 36Catalina Foothills 70, Rio Rico 30Mesa 51, Rincon/UHS 19Flowing Wells 77, Empire 8Nogales 65, Maricopa 30Douglas 55, Cienega 42Sunrise Mountain 77, Baboquivari 40Rincon/UHS 37, Canyon del Oro 17Rio Rico 53, Buena 41Pueblo...

FLOWING WELLS GIRLS HOLIDAY SHOOTOUT

LINK: FREE HOLIDAY SHOOTOUT PHOTOS

Flowing Wells: Dec. 28-29

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28Sunnyside 51, Canyon del Oro 33Pueblo 82, Buena 36Catalina Foothills 70, Rio Rico 30Mesa 51, Rincon/UHS 19Flowing Wells 77, Empire 8Nogales 65, Maricopa 30Douglas 55, Cienega 42Sunrise Mountain 77, Baboquivari 40Rincon/UHS 37, Canyon del Oro 17Rio Rico 53, Buena 41Pueblo 72, Catalina Foothills 68Mesa 51, Sunnyside 33Flowing Wells 61, Douglas 30Cienega 65, Empire 16Baboquivari 55, Maricopa 54Sunrise Mountain 57, Nogales 54

Navine Mallon @LadyCabsBBall Victoria Cazares @PuebloGirlsBB Jordan Ramon #Baboquivari Gaby Delgado @LadyDevil_Hoops https://t.co/4oPTIx65Uu pic.twitter.com/o2fxqfd3uY

— Andy Morales (@AndyMorales8) December 30, 2022

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29Buena 61, Maricopa 47Catalina Foothills 48, Nogales 37Canyon del Oro 62, Empire 17Sunnyside 50, Douglas 36Rio Rico 62, Baboquivari 39Cienega 38, Rincon/UHS 37Nogales 55, Douglas 25Maricopa 64, Empire 23Buena 47, Canyon del Oro 24Catalina Foothills 24, Sunnyside 25Baboquivari 47, Rincon/UHS 40Rio Rico 56, Cienega 51

SEMIFINALSPueblo 74, Sunrise Mountain 69Flowing Wells 45, Mesa 37Sunrise Mountain 54, Mesa 28

CHAMPIONSHIPFlowing Wells 61, Pueblo 58

SANTA CRUZ BOYS SHOOT OUT

Pueblo: Dec. 28-30

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28Pueblo 62, St. Augustine 30Sunnyside 76, Nogales 54Rincon/UHS 87, St. Augustine 25Nogales 58, Kofa 47Rincon/UHS 60, Pueblo 58 (OT)Sunnyside 69, Kofa 33

LINK: FREE SANTA CRUZ SHOOTOUT PHOTOS

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29Rincon/UHS 63, Sunnyside 61Nogales 71, St. Augustine 45Pueblo 69, Kofa 26

SEMIFINALSRincon/UHS over NogalesPueblo 57, Sunnyside 46

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30

CHAMPIONSHIPPueblo vs. Rincon/UHS, 12:30 p.m.

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Named one of “Arizona’s Heart & Sol” by KOLD and Casino del Sol, Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017 and a 2019 AZ Education News recognition. He was a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. He was the first in Arizona to write about high school beach volleyball and high school girls wrestling and his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is a Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019, became a member of the Sunnyside Los Mezquites Cross Country Hall of Fame in 2021 and he was a member of the Amphi COVID-19 Blue Ribbon Committee. He earned a Distinguished Service Award from Amphitheater and he was recognized by City Councilman Richard Fimbres. Contact Andy Morales at amoralesmytucson@yahoo.com

NOTEBOOK: Flowing Wells “hooper” guard Brianna Potter among top freshmen locally

Flowing Wells guard Brianna Potter is aptly described as a “hooper” by her coach Michael Perkins.She almost outscored the competition in her first high school postseason game Thursday night in the 4A play-in round.Potter finished with 18 points, leading Flowing Wells to a 77-20 victory over Phoenix Thunderbird.Flowing Wells (20-9) will play in the 4A state bracket starting Thursday. It will learn of its seed and opponent Saturday morning when the brackets are revealed....

Flowing Wells guard Brianna Potter is aptly described as a “hooper” by her coach Michael Perkins.

She almost outscored the competition in her first high school postseason game Thursday night in the 4A play-in round.

Potter finished with 18 points, leading Flowing Wells to a 77-20 victory over Phoenix Thunderbird.

Flowing Wells (20-9) will play in the 4A state bracket starting Thursday. It will learn of its seed and opponent Saturday morning when the brackets are revealed.

Potter is the fourth-leading scorer among freshmen in Southern Arizona averaging 12 points per game.

Perkins, in his 19th season at Flowing Wells, is confident of Potter’s ability to excel in the state playoffs instead of being in awe as a freshman.

“You have that early in the season as a freshman but she got over that really quick,” Perkins said about potential nerves for the freshman in the postseason. “She did so much for us tonight, pressuring the ball. I don’t know how many deflections she had but she was tipping balls all over the place.

“She had several steals. When she locks in defensively, we’re going to be really good. She knocked down some big shots tonight, too. It’s super helpful. Opens up a lot of space for everyone else.”

Potter has played basketball since she was in the second grade.

She attended Perkins’ camps since she played elementary and middle school basketball.

She plays club ball with Nike’s Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL).

For being so young, and never interviewed by a media member before, she said all the right things after Thursday’s performance:

“I love seeing my teammates score.”

“Work harder in practices and watch film.”

“I feel like we have a good chance (in the state playoffs). Just play our game. Don’t play down to a level. Just play our game.”

Potter and senior forward Kayla Bailey each had 13 points in the first half as Flowing Wells built a 46-9 halftime lead.

Potter made her third 3-pointer of the game in the third quarter, which she scored five more points.

“She’s just a basketball player; she’s a hooper,” Perkins said. “She loves hoops. She thinks about hoops all the time. She wants to play. She’s coachable every time. You look at her, she knows what I need and what I want. She adjusts and does it.”

Bailey finished with 17 points for Flowing Wells in the win over Thunderbird.

Allison Verdugo finished with 11 points and Alexa Mejia had nine, all in the first half.

Salpointe, a 4A program, had the unfortunate placement of facing 6A power Surprise Valley Vista in the second round of the Open Division on Thursday.

Valley Vista is a dynasty having won the last four 6A state championships.

The Monsoon were seeded No. 14 — No. 14!? — facing the No. 3 Lancers, who lost the game at home 69-58.

Valley Vista was 11-0 in the 6A West Valley and is 18-4 overall.

Simply put, Salpointe (23-4) should not have faced an opponent like Valley Vista in the early rounds of the Open Division. Semifinals or championship, yes. Round of 32? No.

The Lancers now become one of top seeds in the 4A state playoffs which start next week.

The junior-laden team led by Taliyah Handerson, Hannah Williams, Sidney Anderson, Allison Even and Jordan Watts will certainly challenge for an Open Division title next season when these five players are seniors.

No. 24 ALA-West Foothills — the lowest seeded team in the 3A state bracket — “upset” No. 9 Pusch Ridge 49-44 in overtime at Pusch Ridge on Tuesday.

Two days later, ALA-West Foothills traveled to No. 8 Coolidge and had an easier win, 53-44.

The Guardians next face No. 1 seed Page in the quarterfinals Monday in Prescott. That would be epic if a No. 24 team beats a top-seeded team to get to the semifinals.

This is not just any No. 24 team, however.

ALA-West Foothills started 0-5 and was 5-10 after losing 53-14 at Valley Christian on Jan. 8.

Since then, the Guardians are 10-1 with a seven-game winning streak after beating Pusch Ridge and Coolidge.

Definitely tough-luck seeding for Pusch Ridge.

Succeeding in the postseason can be the luck of the draw.

ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He is a former Arizona Daily Star beat reporter for the Arizona basketball team, including when the Wildcats won the 1996-97 NCAA title. He has also written articles for CollegeAD.com, Bleacher Report, Lindy’s Sports, TucsonCitizen.com, The Arizona Republic, Sporting News and Baseball America, among many other publications. He has also authored the book “The Highest Form of Living”, which is available at Amazon. He became an educator in 2016 and is presently a special education teacher at Sunnyside High School in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

Flowing Wells falls short in bid for first girls hoops title in 13 years

GILBERT — Flowing Wells High School’s quest to win its first state championship in girls basketball state championship in 13 years was cut short on Saturday, when the fifth-seeded Caballeros (15-4) fell to No. 3 Goodyear Millennium (15-4) 62-39 for the Class 5A title at Mesquite High School.“Millennium just played their best,” Flowing Wells coach Michael Perkins said. “They scored buckets on us from all over the place, and we just didn’t have our best stuff today. It was a struggle today.”...

GILBERT — Flowing Wells High School’s quest to win its first state championship in girls basketball state championship in 13 years was cut short on Saturday, when the fifth-seeded Caballeros (15-4) fell to No. 3 Goodyear Millennium (15-4) 62-39 for the Class 5A title at Mesquite High School.

“Millennium just played their best,” Flowing Wells coach Michael Perkins said. “They scored buckets on us from all over the place, and we just didn’t have our best stuff today. It was a struggle today.”

Although space for spectators were limited to mask-wearing family members due to COVID-19 restrictions, the raucous atmosphere provided a dose of normalcy as both teams put a bow on the pandemic-affected season.

Millennium jumped out to a 17-7 lead in the first half, but the Caballeros stayed close by forcing eight turnovers.

Flowing Wells senior Milinda Arguellez, who averaged 16.7 points per game before Saturday, went scoreless in the first half on 0-for-4 shooting. Still, the Cabs, led by sophomore Navine Mallon’s eight points, trailed just 26-15 at halftime.

“Millennium is a good squad and they had a good defensive game plan. They’re tall and physical and made every bucket tough,” Perkins said.

Tigers standout guard and Grand Canyon commit Kassidy Dixon had a near double-double in the first half, scoring nine points — with all of her production coming near the basket — and grabbing nine rebounds. Dixon finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds.

Millennium struggled from beyond the arc, shooting just 1 for 7 from 3-point range in the first half. The Tigers got hot in the third quarter, led 36-18 and then 51-28 heading into the fourth.

Arguellez sparked Flowing Wells in the third quarter, shooting 4 for 5 from the field and scoring 10 points, but the Caballeros had no answer for Millennium’s drive-and-dish offensive attack.

“I loved playing for this program,” said Arguellez, who finished with 13 points.

“I love all the girls and Coach. I loved playing for this program, because it was all about loyalty and family, and we just stuck together until the end.”

Flowing Wells ended its season winning five its final six games, and could be in position to compete for another state championship in 2022. Mallon returns, as does fellow sophomore star Leamsi Acuna.

“I’m super proud of that senior class,” Perkins said.

“They worked really hard and were committed to the program for four years, so they were a blessing and a bunch of kids that I’ll remember forever. … That sophomore class is very promising, so we’ll get back to work and keep going.”

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