Simi Valley defeats Royal 58-57 in boys’ basketball

Simi Valley defeated Royal 58-57 in the last few seconds of the game with a free throw shot by the Pioneers Joe Colliatie. Full story here: Get pumped Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley's Jordan Alexander reacts after the Pioneers tie the game in the last few seconds of Wedesday's game with Royal at Royal High School.

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Simi Valley’s Jordan Alexander reacts after the Pioneers tie the game in the last few seconds of Wedesday’s game with Royal at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley's Joe Colliatie looks to put up a shot as Royal's Aaron Haney provides defense during Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Simi Valley’s Joe Colliatie looks to put up a shot as Royal’s Aaron Haney provides defense during Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley's Joe Colliatie, center, drives the ball between Royal's Aaron Haney, left, and Bryce Parker during Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Simi Valley’s Joe Colliatie, center, drives the ball between Royal’s Aaron Haney, left, and Bryce Parker during Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Royal's Nick Brandon, left, drives the ball down court as Simi Valley's Kaden Young looses his footing during Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Royal’s Nick Brandon, left, drives the ball down court as Simi Valley’s Kaden Young looses his footing during Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Royal's Bryce Akridge, left, tries to block a shot by Simi Valley's Shawn Sidhu during Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Royal’s Bryce Akridge, left, tries to block a shot by Simi Valley’s Shawn Sidhu during Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley's Shawn Sidhu, right, tries to block a shot by Royal's Wes Tavares during Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Simi Valley’s Shawn Sidhu, right, tries to block a shot by Royal’s Wes Tavares during Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Royal head coach Craig Griffin reacts to a call against the Highlanders during Wednesday's game with Simi Valley.

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Royal head coach Craig Griffin reacts to a call against the Highlanders during Wednesday’s game with Simi Valley.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley's Jordan Alexander, right, fouls Royal's Nick Feathers in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's game at Royal High School.

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Simi Valley’s Jordan Alexander, right, fouls Royal’s Nick Feathers in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s game at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Royal fans put their hands in the air during the fourth quarter of Wednesday's game with Simi Valley at Royal High School.

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Royal fans put their hands in the air during the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s game with Simi Valley at Royal High School.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley celebrates their 58-57 win over cross-town rival Royal on Wednesday.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers
Simi Valley celebrates their 58-57 win over cross-town rival Royal on Wednesday.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Simi Valley High boys’ basketball star Joe Colliatie, center, celebrates the Pioneers’ 58-57 win against Royal with SVHS legends Branduinn Fullove (a former UC Santa Barbara star), left, and Danny Alexander. Colliatie completed a game-winning 3-point play with 1.9 seconds left in the game.

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Simi Valley High boys’ basketball star Joe Colliatie, center, celebrates the Pioneers’ 58-57 win against Royal with SVHS legends Branduinn Fullove (a former UC Santa Barbara star), left, and Danny Alexander. Colliatie completed a game-winning 3-point play with 1.9 seconds left in the game.

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