Boys basketball

NONREGION

MORGAN 74, DELTA 68: Jake Miles earned an impressive 32 points, sinking four 3s in the Morgan victory. Teammate Boston Saunders contributed 15. Colin Christensen led Delta with 26 points in the well-matched contest.

WEBER 61, GRANGER 37: Weber soared to the easy win with three players scoring in double digits. Hayden Schenck lit it up, finishing with 18 points in the win. Justin Nielsen and Dylan Rogers combined for 22 points, each scoring 11.

AMERICAN FORK 75, PROVO 50: American Fork started on a 23-6 run and never looked back from there. American Fork had three players score in double figures led by Austin Waddoups 16 points.

LONE PEAK 83, COTTONWOOD 53: Nick Emery was 14 for 21 from the field, and finished with 39 points to set the Lone Peak school record for points scored in a single game. Emery knocked down seven 3-pointers, while teammate T.J. Haws dropped in 22 points for the Knights.

JORDAN 59, MOUNTAIN CREST 45: Jordan went 9 for 9 from the free throw line Mason Krueger scored 21 points to lead the 'Diggers to the victory over Mountain Crest in the opening round of their own tournament.

TINTIC 57, MILFORD 27: McKade Holman scored 18 points as the Miners dominated Milford for the victory at the Sevier Valley Center.

WHITEHORSE 45, LIAHONA 28: Behind 24 points from Karl Holly, Whitehorse outscored Liahona 25-10 in the middle two quarters to pull away for the victory at the Sevier Valley Center.

ALTAMONT 44, ESCALANTE 35: Dylan Lindsay and Jordan Benson combined to scored 29 points as Altamont outscored Escalante 17-9 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the victory at the Sevier Valley Center.

MANILA 42, GREEN RIVER 38: Austin Brady and Ben Rose combined to score 21 points as the Mustangs overcame a 20-7 halftime deficit to rally past Green River for the victory at the Sevier Valley Center.

VALLEY 29, TABIONA 28: In a tight, low-scoring game throughout, Valley eked out its first victory of the year over previously-unbeaten Tabiona as Colby Spencer and Colton Spencer finished with 11 and 10 points respectively.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 40, WAYNE 39: Zach Paige netted 21 points, and ICS picked up its first win of the season in the narrow victory over Wayne. Paige nailed three 3-pointers on the night, while Mikey Boettger and Christian Boyle each netted a pair of 3-pointers for the Lions.

DUCHESNE 53, PANGUITCH 49: Shiaba Allen and Mike Dye combined for 20 points, and Duchesne pulled off a 19-10 fourth quarter run to slip by Panguitch at the Sevier Valley Center. Trevon Spencer led the all Eagles scorers with 12 points on the night.

PAYSON 60, SALEM HILLS 40: Tanner Newbold led all scoring with 22 points in the Payson victory. Teammates Kaleb Wright and Clint Bateman combined for an additional 21. Payson held Salem Hills to a mere two points in the first quarter.

KANAB 65, SOUTH SUMMIT 54: Kanab's Brandon Jensen with game high 20 points and two three-pointers led to the 11 point victory voer South Summit. Craig Stirland added 14 point and two three's as well.

WASATCH 75, BEAR RIVER 61: Wasatch's Matt Pelo was unstoppable scoring 31 points including four 3-pointers. Cale Strong also added nine points to the 14 point defeat of Bear River.

HILLCREST 69, CYPRUS 40: Hillcrest went on a 22-5 run to pull away from Cyprus. Austin Adams scored 19 points and Tanner Dastrup added 18 points to lead Hillcrest.

SYRACUSE 60, BOX ELDER 56: A.J. Wilcox led Syracuse to the overtime victory with 17 points, while Diante Mitchell added 12 in the winning effort. Shad Watson led all scorers with 33 points, nailing four 3-pointers in the Box Elder loss.

HIGHLAND 44, JUDGE MEMORIAL 41: After a back-and-forth game with an electric atmosphere the Rams snuck away with the three point victory on the road. Lennon Betonney had 10 points including two 3-pointers. David Divver and Matt Barker added a combined 17 points. Jacob Gondrezeck of Judge had a game-high of 17.

ROY 55, OGDEN 41: Brekkott Chapman scored 20 points as Roy rolled past Ogden on the road.

WOODS CROSS 53, LAYTON 52: Skyler Farnes found Sean Barton for an ally-oop lay-up on the backside to put Woods Cross up by one late in the game. The Lancers found a good shot for the game winner but missed. Brady Cowley led the Wildcats in the narrow victory with 14 points.

NORTHRIDGE 55, MURRAY 39: Karson Casteel scored 21 points to lead Northridge to the victory at the Jordan Tournament. Preston Christensen added 15 points including three 3-pointers.

CARBON 62, TOOELE 46: Clay Finkbiner and Jordan Blanc each scored 17 points as Carbon took care of Tooele on the road. Finkbiner hit five 3-point shots in the winning effort.

PARK CITY 65, SNOW CANYON 60: Britton Buford and Jono Schettler stepped up down the stretch to help lift Park City in its battle against Snow Canyon. The pair combined for 38 points.

DESERT HILLS 81, JUAN DIEGO 44: Jaden Beckstrand had a breakout game scoring 17 points to lead Desert Hills to a lopsided victory over Juan Diego.

SOUTH SEVIER 79, MANTI 67: Race Parson's was unstoppable as he led the Rams past a previously unbeaten team from Manti with 43 points. Kaden King also was big in South Sevier's win, scoring 20 points of his own.

WESTLAKE 66, STANSBURY 53: Gabriel Jaco and David Smith both poured in 20 points as Westlake outscored Stansbury 23-13 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the victory and even its record up at 2-2.

LOGAN 81, SPANISH FORK 77: Clay Banks led all scorers with 37 points with five 3-point buckets but Logan outlasted Spanish Fork in overtime to get the win. Luke Falk led Logan with 23 points and knocked down three 3-pointers of his own.

PINE VIEW 49, PAGE, ARIZ. 37: Cody Boyer scored 11 as Pine View snagged a win South of the Utah border.

GRANTSVILLE 72, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 63: Grantsville grabbed its first win of the season on the road over American Leadership. Dalen Erickson led the winning effort with 28 points. McKay Bowman led the Eagles in the loss with 25 points.

VIEWMONT 55, BOUNTIFUL 50: Bountiful went on a late 6-0 run to send the game into overtime, but Viewmont controlled the extra time to earn the win. Tanner Gamble led the way for Viewmont with 22 points. There were seven ties and nine lead changes in this tightly contested rivalry game.

EMERY 68, MILLARD 59: Emery's sharp shooting from the free-throw line was the key to victory. Dallon Cologie had three 3-pointers and led the way with 20 points. Jordan Cox and Bailey Faimalo added a combined 23 points.

RICHFIELD 41, ROWLAND HALL 27: Richfield picked up the comfortable victory with the help of Jordan Kemp's sharp shooting from beyond the 3-point arc. Kemp sunk five 3-pointers finishing with 15 points. Tyler Anderson contributed 14 points in the win.

DAVIS 49, BINGHAM 39: Davis, led by Tyson Denny's 12 points, used a strong fourth quarter to capture the win over Bingham.

DUGWAY 64, MOUNT VERNON 41: Dugway received balanced scoring with three players scoring in double figures in its win over Mount Vernon. Josh Johnson led Dugway with 16 points and Sewai Uhdung led Mount Vernon with 24 points.

WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 49, TOOELE SOPHS 28: Tooele's Sophomore team started out strong against West Ridge Academy but couldn't keep pace. West Ridge's Zach Oviatt led the Eagles with 15 points. Dallin Denboer added 12 points. Matt Devin led the sophomores with 13.

WEST JORDAN 74, PLEASANT GROVE 39: It was a seven-point game at the half but the Jaguars came out on fire and buried Pleasant Grove with their strong outside shooting. Jordan Loveridge led West Jordan once again with 19 points. Jaden Jackson was right behind him with with 18 points of his own.

OREM 76, TAYLORSVILLE 57: Jordan Darger sparked the Orem offense with a game-high 20 points, while teammate Dalton Nixon added 17 points to help the Tigers to the win at home. Sidney Freeman netted 17 points for Taylorsville in the loss.

CANYON VIEW 60, BEAVER 43: Kameron King finished with 13 points, and Chad Corry added 12 points to help Canyon View to a lopsided win at home. Despite shooting 11 for 23 from the free throw line, the Falcons rallied in a 14-8 second quarter to cruise to the victory.

RIVERTON 82, BRIGHTON 78: D McCleary led Riverton with 25 points in the narrow victory. Bryce Stone added 18, sinking two 3-pointers. The Silverwolves had a strong second quarter which ultimately gave them the win as Brighton outscored them in the second half.

GUNNISON 43, GRAND 26: Gunnison's smothering defense didn't give Grand a chance to ever make it game. The Bulldogs were led by Braden Harris with 13 points. Colby Caldwell added 12 in the winning effort.

HUNTER 61, HERRIMAN 59: Trevon Johnson turned it on in the fourth, scoring 10 of his 20 points in the final quarter, including the game-winner at the buzzer. The Wolverines were down 53-36 at the end of the third and rallied for the big win. Tanner McKissick of Herriman finished with 22 points in the narrow loss.

HURRICANE 48, JUAB 30: Colton Marshall earned a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds in the Hurricane victory. Teammate Weston Yardley led all scoring with two 3-pointers and 13 total points. The Tigers out-rebounded Juab 38 to 19 in the win.

EAST 66, WEST 45: Parker VanDyke poured in a game-high 29 points as the Leopards rolled to the nonregion victory by outscoring West 27-11 in the fourth quarter. Arik Mawien added 15 points for East.

WASATCH ACADEMY 65, NORTH SANPETE 58: North Sanpete and Wasatch Academy renewed their cross-town rivalry after a 30 year hiatus. Damjam Sredanovic led the Academy with 17 points, including three 3-point shots.

WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 83, CONCORDIA PREP 63: Chris Stanfill scored 30 points, but it wasn't enough as visiting Concordia Prep fell to West Wendover.

DIXIE 50, SPRINGVILLE 47: The Flyers and Red Devils fought until the very end, as Springville missed a 3-pointer that would have sent this game into overtime. Walker Swenson led Dixie in the win with 16 points. Devin Bennet and Deshon Brown each added 13 points in the winning effort.

SAN JUAN 59, GANADO, ARIZ. 22: Barkley Christensen scored a game-high 18 points, and Logan Meyer added 16 points to help San Juan to a lopsided victory. Both players also combined for seven 3-pointers on the night for the Broncos.

UINTAH 57, GRAND JUNCTION CENTRAL, COLO. 42: Uintah sailed to the victory with Matthew Cushing at the helm. Not only did Cushing lead all scoring with an impressive 17 points, he snagged 15 rebounds and 5 blocks in the win.

WENDOVER 74, ST. JOSEPH 60: Wendover put together a solid four quarters and had three players score in the double digits. Ernesto Rosales put in a game-high 21 points, while teammates Lorenzo Rivera and James Trujillo each had 14.

Girls basketball

REGION 20

WAYNE 46, VALLEY 36: Haley Robins scored a game-high 21 points, and Wayne earned its first region win on the season with the 10-point victory on the road. Kyra Milligan managed 16 points with three 3-pointers in the Valley loss.

ESCALANTE 62, PIUTE 60: Shelby Steed hit a buzzer beating 3-pointer to send the game into overtime where Escalante would walk away with the victory. Steed had four 3-pointers and 17 total points while teammate Lindsey Phillips led Escalante in scoring with 20 points. Kierra Gleave of Piute racked up an impressive 32 points in the loss.

NONREGION

LAYTON 60, ALTA 43: Amber Daly led all scorers with 20 points, and Layton took control of the game in the fourth quarter with a 23-12 run. Maddi Smith and Livia Treseder each scored 11 points in the Lancers victory.

RICH 47, SOUTH SUMMIT 28: Alyssa Brown led the Rebels in the lopsided win with 16 points. Courtney Lamborn also had a nice game, scoring 13.

WESTLAKE 64, STANSBURY 49: Westlake went on a 20-10 run in the third quarter to pull away from Stansbury. Shannon Jenson scored a game-high 22 points in the win.

BOUNTIFUL 62, SPRINGVILLE 44: Bountiful outscored Springville in the first half 36-9 and never looked back. Abby Wilson was on fire with a game-high 18 point including two 3s. Ashley Eyring and Kennedy Merrick also combined for 26 points.

BONNEVILLE 41, WOODS CROSS 37: Despite a sluggish start, Bonneville went home with the close victory at the Burchell Classic on its home floor. Emily Volk led with 11 points, three rebounds and five assists. Teammates Kayla Eilertson and Cortney Porter combined for an additional 20 points, with 10 each in the win.

OGDEN 46, NORTHRIDGE 40: Northridge used a 21 point fourth quarter to push the game in to overtime but couldn't keep up with the Tigers in the extra period. Kelsey East and Amy Ulrich each scored 14 points for Ogden.

SPANISH FORK 48, PROVO 39: Spanish Fork went home with the victory with Kelli Hales at the helm. Hales posted 15 points for the Dons while Jessica Cable and Kylee Wolf combined for another 15.

KANAB 66, GUNNISON 27: Kanab ran away with the big victory at the Cowboy Classic led by Calli Jackson's 23 points. Teammate Kaytee Glover finished with 10 points and Whitney Houston added eight points and 10 assists in the win.

BRYCE VALLEY 32, SOUTH SEVIER 29: Bryce Valley was solid on free throws down the stretch to hold on for the narrow victory. Whitni Syret led the Mustangs with a game high 14 points.

GREEN RIVER 46, TABIONA 30: Megan Hatt scored 19 points, and Green River used a 12-point lead at the half to down Tabiona on the road. Michaela Hughes and Jamie Johnson combined for 20 points in the Pirates victory.

KEARNS 48, WEST JORDAN 40: Kearns outscored West Jordan 28-11 in the middle two quarters to pull away for the victorty. Micaelee Orton's outstanding 21 points was key for the victory. Rachel Graham added 16 points including four 3-pointers.

OLYMPUS 57, BOX ELDER 42: Olympus took advantage of Box Elder's slow start and kept the lead for the entire game. Rachel VanderToolen led the Titans with 22 points.

WENDOVER 53, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 28: Nancy DeSantiago led all scorers with 13 points, and Wendover outscored West Ridge Academy in every quarter to pick up the win. LuLu Ramirez added 10 points for the Wildcats, who shot just 1 for 7 from the free throw line.

HERRIMAN 41, TOOELE 39: Abby Budd became the hero as she sunk the game-winning basket for Herriman with three seconds left. Alexis Roberts lit it up from the three with three 3-pointers and 12 total points in the victory, while Kayla Peel added 10 points.

SAN JUAN 38, MILLARD 35: Jolene Kirk helped San Juan narrowly escape by Millard with a team-high 12 points. As a team, the Broncos had a bumpy night at the charity stripe by making just 11 for 29.

GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. 49, CARBON 43: Rachel Scoggins led Carbon into a thrilling overtime game with 12 points, but the Dinos came up at the Fruita Tournament.

HUNTER 62, JUDGE MEMORIAL 46: Dezz Ramos scored a game-high 19 points and finished with 16 points to lead Hunter past the Bulldogs. Ashley DeLaMare and Tess Matagi added an additional 28 points.

COPPER HILLS 44, VIEWMONT 39: Desirae Cruse led Copper Hills to a tight win over Viewmont by scoring 15 point and grabbing 13 rebounds to go along with three steals and three blocks.

SKY VIEW 53, LONE PEAK 50: Sky View battled back from an 11-point deficit in the third quarter to take the lead and the eventual win. Lone Peak had the undefeated Bobcats against the ropes but couldn't convert on some clutch free throws down the stretch. Dannika Webb led Sky View with 22 points, including four 3-point shots.

BINGHAM 59, CYPRUS 48: Summer Yack scored a game-high 18 points, and Bingham used a 21-10 run in the second quarter to down Cyprus. Jillian Powell added 14 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and the Miners shot 13 for 19 at the free throw line.

SNOW CANYON 67, UNION 38: Snow Canyon opened the game on a 20-5 run and rolled to victory behind 16 points from Megan Leavitt.

WEBER 53, BEAR RIVER 31: Erin Reichle led the Warriors with 15 points. Weber will play Juan Diego today at 2:15 for the Lady Bear Classic Championship.

CEDAR 54, RICHFIELD 51: Cedar's Jessica Nakken led the way with 19 points. Taylor Davis also added 11 points, with all three of her 3- pointers in the fourth quarter for the win over Richfield.

MANTI 35, GRAND 19: Turnovers and poor shooting doomed Grand, and Manti took advantage with second-chance shots to pick up the win on the road. Elizabeth Palmer led the Templars with nine points on the night.

BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 44, EMERY 43: Bear Lake, Idaho walked away with the nail-biting victory in a consolation game at the Lady Bear Classic. Wallentine led all scoring with 16 points in the win. Whitney Roper earned nine points for Emery in the loss.

ST. JOSEPH 61, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 22:

SALEM HILLS 60, HILLCREST 26: Salem Hills took a 20-0 run in the beginning of the fourth quarter and sailed to and easy victory over Hillcrest. Lyssa Hanks had 22 points including eight rebounds. Gerogia Agnew also added 12 points.