A night after falling to the Flagstaff Eagles, the Bradshaw Mountain Bears got back up and brought a great defensive game plan to Coconino as they beat the Panthers 51-38 Friday night in boys basketball. The Bears held Coconino without a field goal for the first 11-minutes and 50-seconds of the game, or the first quarter-and-a-half, when Ivory Washington hit a three-pointer. After the first quarter, the Bears led 11-4 and led 23-11 at halftime. In the second half, Coconino turned up the intensity, but still had trouble making shots. The Panthers won the third quarter 8-7, but still trailed 30-19 after three. The Panthers would get close in the fourth, but Bradshaw Mountain would hit their free throws down the stretch for the win. Rufus Cobb had ten of his 13 points in the fourth quarter to lead Coconino in the loss. Ben Wilder led the Bears with 12 points. The loss drops Coconino into a three-way tie with Prescott and Flagstaff for the lead in the region with the Bears one game back. In girls action, the Bears held off a late charge from Coconino to win 48-44. The Flagstaff Eagles took on Lee Williams at home on Friday. The Eagles boys beat the Volunteers 45-24, while the Eagles girls knocked off Lee Williams, 50-35.