Shawn Deadwiler had 19 points and Jeff Battle added 16 as Phoenix South Mountain beat Glendale Deer Valley, 75-54, in the boys 5A Division II state basketball championship game Tuesday at Glendale Arena. The title was the first for South (29-4), a one-time basketball powerhouse, since 1992.
Arizona State-bound point guard Christian Polk led Deer Valley (27-4) with 28 points but no other Skyhawk had more than 11.
Charlieann Chacon had 18 points and Hanna Peete added 11 as Deer Valley (31-1) won its first girls basketball state championship by beating Tucson Flowing Wells, 50-44, in the 5A Division II title game Tuesday at Glendale Arena.
Abyee Maracigan led Flowing Wells with 15 points.