Photos: Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Sixth-seeded Flowing Wells beat No. 14 Phoenix South Mountain 49-37 in the Division II state quarterfinals this afternoon at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale.

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells' Shalise Fernander is all business as she has the look of determination during a break in the action against South Mountain during the second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells players (from left) Brianna Abeyta, Tatyana Portela, Chelsea Schroeder and Nadine Fermawi hold hands as teammate Shalise Fernander shoots free throws in the closing minutes of their 49-37 victory over South Mountain during the girls Division II state quarterfinal basketball gam…

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells Lyndsay Leikem screams out in jubilation as she runs off the court following their 49-37 victory over South Mountain in the girls Division II state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells head coach Mike Perkins calls out instruction from the bench during action against South Mountain in second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells' Shalise Fernander, left, and Czarina Walker, right, battle for a loose ball with South Mountain's Jazmun Jacobs during the second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells' Shalise Fernander grabs an offensive rebound away from South Mountain's Medrcedes Villa during the second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells head coach Mike Perkins takes with Shalise Fernander during a timeout against South Mountain in second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells forward Lyndsay Leikem drives to the basket past South Mountain's Arianna Barge during the second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells players (from left) Brianna Abeyta, Tatyana Portela, Chelsea Schroeder and Nadine Fermawi errupt off the bench after a basket in the closing minutes of their 49-37 victory over South Mountain in the girls Division II state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Gle…

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells vs South Mountain Girls Basketball

Flowing Wells forward Mikaela Cook takes a shot over the defense of South Mountain's Arianna Barge during the second half of their Division II girls state quarterfinal basketball game at Jobing.com Arena in Glendale. (Ralph Freso for the Arizona Daily Star)

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