A sharpshooting Central Valley team ended the Warriors boys basketball season, running away with the game in the second half en route to a 81-67 finish.
CVA started the game with an 11-3 run. During the 11-3 possession after a Clinton timeout, the referees missed the CVA ball handler switching his pivot foot and CVA got a shot through the rest of the possession to extend the lead.
Eddie Llanos hit a three after a pass from Matthew Wagner. CVA missed, then Clinton turned it over, then CVA traveled.
Llanos found Noah King for a three and the score was 13-9. Tanner Deveans put back a shot and Clinton was down 13-11.
CVA took a timeout. After, CVA muscled inside for two points. CVA made a free throw before the end of the quarter and was up 16-11.
CVA made the first shot of the second quarter, and Deveans made a layup to answer. CVA hit a runner and King got it back with a runner of his own off a pass from Brody Glindmyer.
Glindmyer stole the ball and made a layup and King hit...