Two wins and one upset in one night is what the Valor Christian Eagles girls and boys basketball teams earned against the Golden Demons.

In the girls game, No. 2 Eagles came out flying against the No. 4 Golden Demons to take an early lead. The lead was largely due to freshman guard Kindyll Wetta with someone skillful play down the court.

Wetta carried the Eagles to a big lead until what looked like a knee injury in the second half.

Despite the leading scorer's injury, Valor Christian girls would hold off the Demons for the 55-53 win at home.

Jeremy Chavez - KUSA
Jeremy Chavez - KUSA

Close throughout, the boys game had gritty play to the last second. No. 5 Golden entered the Eagles nest ready to extend their 7-2 record on the road against No. 9 ranked Valor Christian.

However, it was the Eagles that took the early lead and would not let go.

Eagles lead the Demons 33-21 after the first half due to some skillful play from Hunter Shkapich.

Second half, Golden made it a game scoring 11 points to Valor's three to pull within four late in the third period.

Although the Eagles would maintain the lead into the fourth, Golden would make it a nail-biter getting a big bucket and one with seconds left in the game.

All Golden needed was a three to tie the game, but their one and only shot didn't go and the Valor Christian Eagles earned their school's second win of the night with a big upset 56-53.

Tune in to the 9NEWS Prep Rally on Saturday morning for highlights from both the girls and boys games.