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Flagstaff’s Breonna Curtis, 44, attacks the rebound during a game against Deer Valley at Flagstaff High School Thursday night.



Flagstaff Girls Basketball versus Deer Valley

Flagstaff’s Morningrain Honani, 20, breaks double coverage from Deer Valley to get a pass during her team’s home game at War Memorial High School Thursday night.



Flagstaff Girls Basketball versus Deer Valley

Flagstaff’s Jasmine Redhouse (21) battles for a loose ball under the Deer Valley basket during a game at Flagstaff High School Thursday night.



Flagstaff Eagles



Flagstaff Girls Basketball versus Deer Valley

Flagstaff’s Sage Begay, 10, is looking for an opening in the Deer Valley Defense Thursday night.



Flagstaff Deer Valley

Morningrain Honani (20) of Flagstaff shoots during a game against Deer Valley Thursday night at War Memorial High School.

The Flagstaff Eagles # 5 girls’ basketball team met eighth-placed Deer Valley in a big top 10 match of the 4A Conference teams on Thursday night at home.

The visiting Skyhawks won 52: 48 against the hosts Eagles despite a 25-point game by Gracelyn Nez in extra time. The Eagles’ 10-game winning streak was abandoned when the team fell to 12-2.

Flagstaff is scheduled to go to Prescott on Friday.

Coconino girls basketball

According to Eric Freas, the school’s sports director, the 4A Panthers will be quarantined until at least March 3rd.

A source well aware of the situation told the Daily Sun that a person who played Coconino’s home game against Shadow Mountain tested positive the following day. This person is not a member of the Panthers program.

The Panthers, who finished ninth in the 4A with a 9-3 aggregate record, will miss games against Bradshaw Mountain, Page and Mohave. It’s unclear if these games can be postponed, considering it will take a little over two weeks for the state championship tournament to begin on March 9th.

With 10 games played, the Panthers reached the minimum for the state tournament.

Wrestling

Cooper French and Reed Merrell recorded pins on Wednesday helping the Coconino Panthers beat a hosting Shadow Mountain Matadors who suffered from the lack of weight classes in the standings.

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