Boys basketball

REGION 1

Syracuse 55, Layton 50

Syracuse was money at the charity stripe connecting on 12-of-14 freebies that ultimately proved to be the difference in a closely contested affair. Diante Mitchell tallied the double-double with 22 points and 15 rebounds in the win.

Layton (6-9) 15 6 13 16 — 50

Syracuse (6-9) 9 15 16 15 — 55

Layton—J.T. Anderson 19, Jaden Trujillo 3, Jamison Moss 3, Scott Sweeten 3, Marcus Kemp 9, Mike Hibbert 13. Totals - 20 5-9 50. 3-pointers - J.T. Anderson, Jaden Trujillo, Jamison Moss, Scott Sweeten, Marcus Kemp.

Syracuse—Dalton Whatcot 5, A.J. Wilcox 12, Jordan Pobanz 5, Michael Phelps 2, Diante Mitchell 22, Drew Davenport 3, Brock Anderson 6. Totals - 20 12-14 55. 3-pointers - Dalton Whatcot, Jordan Pobanz, Drew Davenport.

Northridge 58, Weber 57

Northridge stunned Weber on its home court as Preston Christensen laid the ball in at the buzzer to give the Knights the narrow victory. Christensen finished the game with 16 points while his teammate Karson Casteel poured in a game high 23.

Northridge (8-7) 13 15 14 16 — 58

Weber (12-3) 9 12 20 16 — 57

Northridge—Bryson Niederhauser 2, Preston Christensen 16, Morgan Berg 2, Karson Casteel 23, Joe Newkirk 4, Kyler Dearden 2, Jesse Armitstead 2, Ben Peterson 4, Jacob Bigler 3. Totals - 22 12-15 58. 3-pointers - Preston Christensen, Jacob Bigler.

Weber—Hayden Schenck 9, Zak Mahas 3, Jake Shaw 4, Jordan Jones 15, Justin Nielsen 19, Dylan Rogers 4, Garrett Beckey 3. Totals - 22 9-15 57. 3-pointers - Hayden Schenck, Zak Mahas, Justin Nielsen 2.

Davis 47, Fremont 44

Davis battle back to take the lead in the third quarter, and was able to defend its home court behind 14 points from Abel Porter. The Darts earned a third region victory, and handed Fremont it's first region loss on the season.

Fremont (9-6) 15 8 7 14 — 44

Davis (10-5) 12 10 12 13 — 47

Fremont—Jordan Preator 10, Travis Stringham 6, Seth Jones 4, Hayden Spencer 6, Lloyd Stephens 2, Rowdy Stucki 3, Brock Smith 13. Totals - 14 12-17 44. 3-pointers - Jordan Preator, Seth Jones, Hayden Spencer, Rowdy Stucki.

Davis—Lincoln Holt 3, Tyson Denney 10, Jace Johnson 7, Cole Hally 4, Karter Chisholm 5, Abel Porter 14, Braden Koelliker 4. Totals - 17 7-8 47. 3-pointers - Lincoln Holt, Tyson Denney 2, Jace Johnson, Karter Chisholm, Abel Porter.

REGION 2

Hunter 60, Granger 57

Granger made a great comeback behind Mo Valladolid's five 3-point shots and 26 total points but Hunter managed to hold off the rally and escape with a narrow win on the road. Brandon Davies led the Wolverines with 18 points.

Hunter (9-7) 14 6 19 21 — 60

Granger (3-12) 13 9 12 23 — 57

Hunter—Davonte Maez 2, Noah Togiai 14, Dimitri Saliba 13, Tanner Lavender 2, Trevon Johnson 8, Brandon Davies 18, Willie Petersen 3. Totals - 18 12-34 60. 3-pointers - Noah Togiai 2.

Granger—Mo Valladolid 26, Isaiah Tademy 19, Taylor Pili 2, Arob Mandang 8, Hyrum Papusoa 2. Totals - 19 10-16 57. 3-pointers - Mo Valladolid 5, Isaiah Tademy 2, Arob Mandang 2.

Viewmont 80, West 36

Haden Heath recorded the double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds to help Viewmont to a lopsided win. Jarom Tye and McKay Richins combined for 27 points, and Viewmont picked up it's fifth region victory and remain undefeated in Region 2.

West (3-13) 15 7 5 9 — 36

Viewmont (7-9) 20 15 20 25 — 80

West—Lennon Coley 21, Gordon Vetas 3, Halani Olive 2, Denzel Latu 2, Alex Espinosa 2, Daniel Ainsworth 4, Tyrell Jamison 2. Totals - 12 7-12 36. 3-pointers - Lennon Coley 4, Gordon Vetas.

Viewmont—Travis Tiner 12, Brody Bagshaw 2, Tanner Gamble 3, Jarom Tye 14, Haden Heath 14, Brody Howell 2, Jordan Alldredge 3, Michael Steinicke 1, McKay Butler 8, Brad Stafford 2, David Black 2, McKay Richins 13, Aaron Dalton 2, Porter 2. Totals - 27 18-22 80. 3-pointers - Travis Tiner 2, Tanner Gamble, Jarom Tye 3, McKay Richins 2.

Taylorsville 54, Kearns 45

Taylorsville notched its second win of the season behind two sophomores. Kia Delacerna and Sidney Freeman drained several clutch 3-points in the waning moments to propel the Warriors.

Kearns (7-9) 8 12 11 14 — 45

Taylorsville (2-14) 5 11 19 19 — 54

Kearns—Taylor Yeager 5, Afuvai Leiato 7, Tanner Westenskow 2, Skyler Peterson 2, Dayon Goodman 19, Kyle Runyon 10. Totals - 18 6-11 45. 3-pointers - Taylor Yeager, Afuvai Leiato, Dayon Goodman.

Taylorsville—Jackson Roper 4, Kia Delacerna 11, Jevin Warren 14, Sidney Freeman 12, Manuel Evangelista 6, Josh Banks 4, Derek Rice 3. Totals - 20 10-14 54. 3-pointers - Kia Delacerna, Jevin Warren, Sidney Freeman 2.

REGION 3

Copper Hills 52, Cottonwood 41

Copper Hills had a solid first quarter and clung to the lead for the remainder of the contest. Tyler Lazenby had 14 points for the Grizzlies while Bryson Allen and Bryson Allen teamed up for 21 together.

Copper Hills (9-6) 16 15 10 11 — 52

Cottonwood (4-12) 5 14 11 11 — 41

Copper Hills—Conner Crawford 4, Cameron Sanchez 1, Austin Miller 4, Tyler Lazenby 14, Dustin Graham 6, Darius Maluia 2, Dylan Carter 10, Bryson Allen 11. Totals - 20 10-16 52. 3-pointers - Dylan Carter 2.

Cottonwood—Braxton Budo 2, Steven Haglund 3, Parker Swope 5, Hunter Hanks 2, Ryan Mackay 7, Connor Durrant 2, Phoenix Passey 11, William Anderl 1. Totals - 17 6-11 41. 3-pointers - Ryan Mackay.

West Jordan 60, Jordan 51

West Jordan took control of the game with a 19-9 third-quarter advantage to topple Jordan on the road. Jaden Jackson and Jordan Pryor combined for 34 points in the Jaguars' region victory.

West Jordan (14-2) 10 12 19 19 — 60

Jordan (10-6) 13 10 9 19 — 51

West Jordan—Jaden Jackson 19, Jordan Pryor 15, Parker Brown 7, DeShawn Perkins 8, Brent Beales 9, Carson Cutler 2. Totals - 17 21-28 60. 3-pointers - Jaden Jackson, Jordan Pryor 2, DeShawn Perkins 2.

Jordan—Chandler Smith 5, Taylor Loomis 8, Trent Neilson 7, John Gleason 4, Ryan Nemelka 12, Brandon Pasker 2, Mark Krueger 11. Totals - 18 9-12 51. 3-pointers - Taylor Loomis 2, Ryan Nemelka 3, Mark Krueger.

Alta 57, Brighton 56

Alta's rally in the fourth proved to be enough to lift the Hawks over Brighton on the road. Jarett Anderson and Zack Zdunich each scored 12 points for Alta in the win. Brighton's Brandon Miller turned in 24 points, including 4 from behind the arc.

Alta (13-3) 15 12 9 21 — 57

Brighton (11-5) 15 10 17 14 — 56

Alta—Tanner Heyland 4, Trevor Hill 2, Chase Debenham 2, RJ Beard 6, Tanner Jones 5, Jarett Anderson 12, Carter Heslop 2, Dub Price 6, Landon Albrecht 6, Zack Zdunich 12. Totals - 16 22-34 57. 3-pointers - Tanner Heyland, Landon Albrecht, Zack Zdunich.

Brighton—Zach Wertz 5, Brandon Miller 24, Jon Hicken 6, Travis Devashrayee 10, Chris Eixenberger 2, Bryce Callahan 7, Zach Bernardo 2. Totals - 18 15-21 56. 3-pointers - Brandon Miller 4, Bryce Callahan.

REGION 4

American Fork 60, Bingham 42

American Fork took care of business against Bingham thanks to Marcel Davis and Austin Waddoups, who combined to score 30 points. Waddoups knocked down four 3-point shots.

American Fork (13-2) 12 13 23 12 — 60

Bingham (6-10) 8 6 14 14 — 42

American Fork—Morgan Flinders 3, Danny Beddes 5, Kyle Line 3, Marcel Davis 14, Austin Waddoups 16, Quincy Bair 8, Zac Hunter 7, Dallin Childs 2, Ryan Andrus 2. Totals - 22 8-11 60. 3-pointers - Morgan Flinders, Kyle Line, Austin Waddoups 4, Quincy Bair 2.

Bingham—Cody Benson 6, Conner Williams 11, Jake Bagley 6, Josh Sandquist 3, Eric Hannay 5, Jordan Evans 5, Ashton Richards 2, Durrant Miles 4. Totals - 13 14-22 42. 3-pointers - Josh Sandquist, Eric Hannay.

Lone Peak 63, Lehi 50

Nick Emery was his usual self, scoring 23 points, while T.J. Haws added 19 of his own. The pair combined to hit five 3-point shots.

Lone Peak (14-2) 15 15 19 14 — 63

Lehi (10-6) 19 9 14 8 — 50

Lone Peak—Nick Emery 23, Conner Toolson 3, T.J. Haws 19, Talon Shumway 15, Chase Hansen 3. Totals - 26 3-3 63. 3-pointers - Nick Emery 3, Conner Toolson, T.J. Haws 2, Talon Shumway, Chase Hansen.

Lehi—Blake Cleveringa 22, Brad McGregor 5, Ryan Christofferson 7, Colton Colledge 7, Tanner Pittard 6, Jordan Peck 3. Totals - 21 4-9 50. 3-pointers - Blake Cleveringa 3, Brad McGregor, Ryan Christofferson, Jordan Peck.

Riverton 69, Pleasant Grove 57

Riverton buried 14 3-point shots and at one point knocked down 11 straight in its first region win of the season. Stephan Holm led the Silverwolves with 20 points and four 3-pointers.

Riverton (8-8) 10 15 27 17 — 69

Pleasant Grove (4-12) 16 18 9 14 — 57

Riverton—D McCleary 11, Nathan Erickson 8, Austin Anderson 3, Stephan Holm 20, Jameson Kroll 2, Tevita Loamanu 3, Bryce Stone 6, Braxton Yingling 3, Brady Holt 1, Richard Worsham 12. Totals - 22 11-20 69. 3-pointers - D McCleary, Nathan Erickson 2, Austin Anderson, Stephan Holm 4, Tevita Loamanu, Bryce Stone 2, Braxton Yingling, Richard Worsham 2.

Pleasant Grove—Riley Court 4, Michael Anderson 5, Walker Bischoff 2, Jacob Robley 3, Spencer Pincock 9, Forrest Pincock 16, Alan Hamson 13, Nathan Sampson 5. Totals - 19 15-17 57. 3-pointers - Michael Anderson, Jacob Robley, Forrest Pincock 2.

REGION 5

Logan 59, Roy 46

Logan had strong first and third quarters and behind Russell Murphy and Dallin Dahl, whom combined for 31 points, scored a big road victory.

Logan (12-3) 14 13 18 14 — 59

Roy (7-8) 8 14 11 13 — 46

Logan—Jordan Larsen 13, Joe Bennion 2, Johnny Luke 6, Luke Falk 10, Dallin Dahl 11, Russell Murphy 16. Totals - 22 13-16 59. 3-pointers - Jordan Larsen, Luke Falk.

Roy—Daimon Alexander 4, Jesse Wayment 7, Blake Toyn 11, Jaden Jackson 4, David Hadley 3, Conner McGuire 4, Chase Kunzler 13. Totals - 19 4-7 46. 3-pointers - Jesse Wayment 2, Blake Toyn, David Hadley.

Bonneville 67, Mountain Crest 59

Bonneville had a massive fourth quarter, outscoring the Mustangs 25-15, after trailing for the entire game. Quinton Larson had 26 points and six 3-pointers and the Lakers won the battle on the glass, out-rebounding Mountain Crest 21-11.

Mountain Crest (8-6) 13 13 18 15 — 59

Bonneville (9-6) 7 18 17 25 — 67

Mountain Crest—Tyler Crosbie 16, Jaxson Webb 3, Eddy Hall 4, Joseph Carlson 2, Cody Perkes 2, Justin Petersen 13, Famafili Laulu Pututau 19. Totals - 25 5-13 59. 3-pointers - Tyler Crosbie 2, Jaxson Webb, Justin Petersen.

Bonneville—Braxton Buckway 6, Ashton Alvey 2, Quinton Larson 26, Jake Hutchins 10, Beck Nelson 5, Mason Rich 2, Brady Borkland 16. Totals - 21 19-24 67. 3-pointers - Quinton Larson 6.

Sky View 57, Box Elder 49

Casey Oliverson led three Bobcats in double figures with 19 points. Sky View closed with a strong fourth quarter after allowing a 21-9 Box Elder run in the second quarter.

Box Elder (4-11) 6 21 7 15 — 49

Sky View (12-3) 16 9 9 23 — 57

Box Elder—Shad Watson 16, Taylor Wilding 1, Kolby Quayle 17, Josh Jenks 2, Trevor Cobbley 9, Steven Didericksen 4. Totals - 20 4-7 49. 3-pointers - Shad Watson 3, Kolby Quayle 2.

Sky View—Riley Knowles 4, Ty Nielsen 15, Michael Berentzen 3, Jalen Moore 16, Casey Oliverson 19. Totals - 21 14-21 57. 3-pointers - Michael Berentzen.

REGION 6

Clearfield 60, Cyprus 51

Clearfield held off a resilient Cyprus team that connected on 15-of-16 free throws for the hard earned victory at home. Jayden Garcia sunk 14 points and Miguel Lozano added 10 more for the Falcons.

Cyprus (0-15) 7 16 13 15 — 51

Clearfield (2-12) 16 15 17 12 — 60

Cyprus—Marcus Quig 3, Collin Loutensock 3, Connor Squire 8, Richard Otero 2, Brayden Nichols 4, Parker Russell 2, Austin Henriod 7, Parker Boman 19. Totals - 15 15-16 51. 3-pointers - Marcus Quig, Collin Loutensock, Connor Squire 2, Austin Henriod, Parker Boman.

Clearfield—Bruce Bitter 4, Marquis Jones 9, Jordan Newby 7, Dylan Moore 4, Jayden Garcia 14, Miguel Lozano 10, Kyler Moore 4, Jordan Nuffer 8. Totals - 24 9-17 60. 3-pointers - Jordan Newby, Dylan Moore, Jayden Garcia.

East 74, Highland 69 (OT)

Parker Van Dyke and Arik Mawien shredded the Highland defense for 56 points as East stunned the Rams on the road in an overtime thriller. Liam Thomas had 28 points in the loss.

East (9-6) 20 15 10 13 16 — 74

Highland (10-5) 15 13 18 12 11 — 69

East—Liti Molisi 8, Parker Van Dyke 33, James Barker 1, John Fakahafua 6, Rique Regalado 4, Arik Mawien 23. Totals - 28 15-25 74. 3-pointers - Liti Molisi, Parker Van Dyke 3.

Highland—Liam Thomas 28, David Divver 8, Max Bradshaw 15, Todd Connolly 2, Riley Tucker 7, Hayes Hicken 2, Lennon Betonney 5, Matt Barker 2. Totals - 22 18-27 69. 3-pointers - Liam Thomas, David Divver 2, Max Bradshaw 3, Riley Tucker, Lennon Betonney.

Bountiful 63, Woods Cross 44

Bountiful used a 26-10 advantage in the fourth quarter to bury the Wildcats. Brit Harding led the winning effort with a game-high 17 points.

Bountiful (12-2) 9 17 11 26 — 63

Woods Cross (10-5) 9 10 15 10 — 44

Bountiful—Zach Seljaas 11, Brit Harding 17, Sam Merrill 11, Dain Murdock 5, Brock Yates 13, Brandon Yates 9, Trevor Lloyd 3. Totals - 21 16-18 63. 3-pointers - Zach Seljaas 2, Brit Harding, Dain Murdock, Brandon Yates.

Woods Cross—Sean Barton 3, Skyler Farnes 3, Mike Jacobson 7, Brady Cowley 6, Hayden Grant 12, Filipo Mokofisi 7, Luke Hansen 6. Totals - 16 9-25 44. 3-pointers - Mike Jacobson, Hayden Grant 2.

REGION 7

Skyline 59, Olympus 52

DeSean Miller scored 23 points and Garrett England added 16 as Skyline led the entire game to knock off Olympus and improve to 4-0 in league play.

Skyline (12-3) 18 19 7 15 — 59

Olympus (10-5) 14 14 10 14 — 52

Skyline—DeSean Miller 23, Clint Berhow 7, Garrett England 16, Mike Staes 9, Scott Anderson 4. Totals - 19 18-23 59. 3-pointers - Garrett England 2, Mike Staes.

Olympus—Coulson Hardy 9, Nick Barney 9, Jake Bengtzen 6, Jaren Jones 11, Stuart Pace 4, Will Cannon 8, Parker Rawlings 5. Totals - 17 10-16 52. 3-pointers - Coulson Hardy, Nick Barney 3, Jake Bengtzen 2, Jaren Jones, Stuart Pace.

Herriman 73, Hillcrest 58

Brady Beard scored 20 as Herriman outpaced the Huskies. Jaden Rassmussen and Tanner McKissick were also big contributers, scoring 18 and 16 points, respectively.

Hillcrest (6-9) 11 16 18 13 — 58

Herriman (7-7) 17 19 18 19 — 73

Hillcrest—Austin Adams 19, Hunter Adams 10, Alex Moss 13, Tanner Dastrup 11, Ben Katzenback 3, Andrew Reich 2. Totals - 19 16-19 58. 3-pointers - Austin Adams 2, Alex Moss, Ben Katzenback.

Herriman—Tanner McKissick 16, Shizuo Arima 2, Brady Beard 20, David Maynard 8, Alex Losee 3, Kyle Sanford 4, Jaden Rasmussen 18, Curtis Nelson 2. Totals - 25 17-21 73. 3-pointers - Tanner McKissick, Brady Beard 3, Jaden Rasmussen 2.

Murray 58, Westlake 34

Murray was perfect from the free-throw line against Westlake. Dylan Ross led the way for the Spartans with a game high 17 points including an impressive five treys. Orhan Agovic added 15 points of his own.

Westlake (6-8) 8 10 5 11 — 34

Murray (7-8) 10 9 23 16 — 58

Westlake—Nick Chavez 2, Gabriel Jaco 2, David Smith 7, Gavin Keele 2, Xander Fausett 1, River Sanderson 5, Zavon Jackson 6, Jacob McCord 4, Brayden Holker 1, Parker Moosmann 1, Pouha Finau 3. Totals - 12 9-15 34. 3-pointers - River Sanderson.

Murray—Orhan Agovic 15, Nick Rush 2, Jackson Winget 2, Riley Meyer 4, Dylan Ross 17, Justin Adams 10, Nathan Aland 8. Totals - 22 5-5 58. 3-pointers - Orhan Agovic 2, Dylan Ross 5, Justin Adams 2.

REGION 8

Maple Mountain 59, Salem Hills 34

Jace Edmunds scored 22 points and Porter Brown chipped in with 18 as the Golden Eagles easily knocked off Salem Hills for its second region win of the year.

Maple Mountain (4-10) 16 13 23 7 — 59

Salem Hills (2-12) 12 3 18 1 — 34

Maple Mountain—KJ Hall 1, Josh Phelps 5, Devin Barker 1, Nate Guymon 1, Jace Edmunds 22, Porter Brown 18, Drew Bates 1, Jake Varney 2, Zach Porter 6, Thomas Mortensen 1. Totals - 19 13-18 59. 3-pointers - Josh Phelps, Jace Edmunds, Porter Brown 4, Zach Porter.

Salem Hills—Kolby Linford 12, Ryan Stevens 9, Spencer Christensen 10, Tyler Tuckett 3. Totals - 12 8-10 34. 3-pointers - Kolby Linford, Spencer Christensen.

Provo 52, Timpview 50

Provo edged its crosstown rival behind Dallin Bosco, Adam Finch and Cole Gordon. The three combined for 38 points and five 3-pointers.

Provo (8-6) 12 8 12 20 — 52

Timpview (8-6) 20 5 10 15 — 50

Provo—Dallin Bosco 16, Cole Gordon 10, Bryson Hunter 2, Jonny Flake 9, Russell Isom 1, Adam Finch 12, Wesley Bosco 2. Totals - 18 11-18 52. 3-pointers - Dallin Bosco 4, Adam Finch.

Timpview—Jake Lloyd 8, Dax Raymond 11, Leo Roese 7, Taylor Roy 6, Rickey Shumway 8, Max Jensen 1, Josh Espinoza 2, Riley Corbin 5, Nate Carter 2. Totals - 18 9-14 50. 3-pointers - Jake Lloyd 2, Leo Roese, Rickey Shumway, Riley Corbin.

Springville 53, Mountain View 44

Springville's Nathan Israelsen led the way with 18 points and six boards in the victory over Mountain View. Parker Brady added 12 points.

Mountain View (7-7) 13 9 12 10 — 44

Springville (10-4) 19 10 9 15 — 53

Mountain View—Jantzen Adams 10, Kalin Curran 14, Brenden Abbott 8, Dylan Young 10, Taylor Cram 2. Totals - 14 10-14 44. 3-pointers - Jantzen Adams 3, Kalin Curran 2.

Springville—Parker Brady 12, McKay Murphy 10, Bradley Kitchen 6, Nathan Israelsen 18, Max Schreiner 7. Totals - 20 10-13 53. 3-pointers - Parker Brady, McKay Murphy 2.

Orem 68, Timpanogos 54

Timpanogos came out playing Orem tough in the first half and took a 31-27 lead into halftime only to have top-ranked Orem hold Timpanogas to 23 second-half points and cruise to victory. Timpanogos was led by Trevor Schade with 18 points, while Zach Hunsaker put in 22 for Orem.

Orem (13-1) 13 14 19 22 — 68

Timpanogos (4-10) 11 20 13 10 — 54

Orem—Zach Hunsaker 22, Cooper Holt 3, Dalton Nixon 14, Jordan Darger 11, Quinn Peters 7, Christian Clark 6. Totals - 18-22 68. 3-pointers - Zach Hunsaker 2, Cooper Holt, Dalton Nixon.

Timpanogos—Trevor Schade 18, Tyler Hamilton 11, Chris Edwards 3, Bryson Nickle 6, Jaxon Beck 2, Tanner Halford 2, Cameron Bailey 12. Totals - 6-13 54. 3-pointers - Trevor Schade 4, Tyler Hamilton 3, Chris Edwards.

REGION 9

Snow Canyon 66, Canyon View 63

Snow Canyon came out with a victory over Canyon View after a neck and neck battle to the finish. Ben Smith led the way with 14 points and four steals. Austin Ovard added 13 points including four boards.

Canyon View (6-10) 24 12 11 16 — 63

Snow Canyon (9-7) 16 15 17 18 — 66

Canyon View—Chad Corry 24, Kameron King 23, David Stone 5, Nate Jarvis 3, Bryce Oliver 2, Lex Nielson 2, McCoy Johnson 2, Jordan Holman 2. Totals - 23 11-13 63.

Snow Canyon—Ben Smith 14, Austin Ovard 13, Austin Benson 10, Brayden Linde 10, Chandler Gines 9, Ben Gottfredson 8, Gabe Jensen 2. Totals - 22 21-32 66.

Cedar 65, Desert Hills 57 (OT)

Kaden Garrett hit a big 3-pointer to start the overtime period, and John Ursua went 7-for-8 from the line in the extra period to lift Cedar to the region victory. The Redmen finished the game on a 12-4 run.

Desert Hills (14-3) 9 17 13 14 4 — 57

Cedar (13-4) 16 17 12 8 12 — 65

Desert Hills—Jace Wade 6, Mike Needham 3, Josh Anderson 8, Jaden Beckstrand 12, Brandon Simister 19, Tyler Ott 9. Totals - 22 6-12 57. 3-pointers - Jaden Beckstrand 2, Brandon Simister 3, Tyler Ott 2.

Cedar—Kaden Garrett 4, John Ursua 18, Trent Snow 11, Breylin Blackner 2, Dustin Staggs 2, Ryan Armstrong 2, Kyler Nielson 26. Totals - 22 16-24 65. 3-pointers - Kaden Garrett, Kyler Nielson 4.

Hurricane 39, Dixie 31

Boston Gubler and Colton Marshall combined for 27 points, and Hurricane managed to take control of the second half to defeat Dixie. Weston Yardley added 11 points for the Tigers, who earned it's fifth region victory of the season.

Hurricane (11-4) 8 9 10 12 — 39

Dixie (9-8) 4 14 4 9 — 31

Hurricane—Boston Gubler 14, Kellen Seely 2, Weston Yardley 11, Taylor Parker 3, Colton Marshall 13. Totals - 13 7-9 39. 3-pointers - Weston Yardley, Taylor Parker.

Dixie—Devin Bennett 4, Kyler Smith 7, Brandon Pledger 2, Deshon Brown 10, Walker Swenson 8. Totals - 9 7-8 31. 3-pointers - Kyler Smith, Deshon Brown.

REGION 10

Judge Memorial 66, Uintah 39

Judge took a 39-16 lead into the locker room and never looked back in a decisive road win. Alex Mancini scored 18 points along with Patrick Neville's three 3-pointers for the Bulldogs.

Judge Memorial (11-6) 14 25 16 11 — 66

Uintah (4-12) 8 8 16 7 — 39

Judge Memorial—Elliott McGill 8, Jacob Gondrezick 8, Joe Cremer 5, Kaden Elliss 3, Patrick Neville 13, Christian Stark 7, Miles Ellis 4, Alex Mancini 18. Totals - 25 9-13 66. 3-pointers - Joe Cremer, Kaden Elliss, Patrick Neville 3, Christian Stark, Alex Mancini.

Uintah—Brady Davis 12, Matthew Cushing 12, Beau Choffin 5, Derek Reasch 5, Dallin Stewart 5. Totals - 14 5-11 39. 3-pointers - Brady Davis 3, Beau Choffin, Derek Reasch, Dallin Stewart.

Wasatch 60, Park City 45

Park City's rally in the fourth quarter fell far short of mark Wasatch had set. Zack Watts shined on the court with 21 points, while Matt Pelo added 19. The pair combined for six 3-point shots.

Park City (9-8) 11 6 7 21 — 45

Wasatch (8-9) 12 19 15 14 — 60

Park City—Heath Vincent 6, Jono Schettler 14, Jordan Ruda 7, Brae Dilley 2, Britton Buford 16. Totals - 18 5-11 45. 3-pointers - Jono Schettler 2, Jordan Ruda, Britton Buford.

Wasatch—Parker Davis 7, Jeff Murdock 3, Cale Strong 4, Matt Pelo 19, Zack Watts 21, Jake Segura 2, Chris Johnson 4. Totals - 21 11-13 60. 3-pointers - Jeff Murdock, Matt Pelo 3, Zack Watts 3.

Juan Diego 41, Union 37

Juan Diego earned a four point victory over Union in a defensive battle. Brian Curran led the way with 13 points including two treys. Easton Withers added 12 points and 10 boards.

Union (4-11) 7 12 8 10 — 37

Juan Diego (8-9) 6 12 10 13 — 41

Union—Spencer Ross 8, Jonathan Wood 11, J.J. Morley 8, Hunter Hullinger 5, George Kaufusi 2, Gavin Nielsen 3. Totals - 17 4-10 37. 3-pointers - Spencer Ross 2, Jonathan Wood, Hunter Hullinger.

Juan Diego—Jake Glissmyer 2, Brian Curran 13, Nick Markosian 3, Easton Withers 12, Ryan Pauley 4, Adam Colosimo 2, Gabe Colosimo 5. Totals - 13 7-11 41. 3-pointers - Brian Curran 2, Gabe Colosimo.

REGION 11

Morgan 68, Ben Lomond 54

Jake Miles and Colby Skinner combined for 32 points and six of the Trojans' 12 3-pointers.

Morgan (14-3) 19 12 21 16 — 68

Ben Lomond (12-6) 12 9 14 19 — 54

Morgan—Swish Wiscombe 14, Jaran Bennett 10, Joshua Duncan 2, Austin Johnson 3, Colby Skinner 15, Boston Saunders 4, Jake Miles 17, Garrett Kuns 3. Totals - 18 20-22 68. 3-pointers - Swish Wiscombe 2, Jaran Bennett 2, Austin Johnson, Colby Skinner 3, Boston Saunders, Jake Miles 3.

Ben Lomond—Fernando Paredes 3, Sterling Brandley 5, Josh Hardin 16, Malcolm Shipmon 6, Nate Watkins 15, Cody Buck 5, Sage Eastburn 2, Cody OBrien 2. Totals - 19 8-18 54. 3-pointers - Fernando Paredes, Josh Hardin, Nate Watkins 3, Cody Buck.

Bear River 77, Ogden 59

Ogden scared Bear River into a comeback after a threatening first quarter. Wade Miller wowed the crowd with 27 points including three from the 3-point line, while Austin Miller sank 12.

Ogden (8-8) 24 9 11 15 — 59

Bear River (5-12) 16 18 23 20 — 77

Ogden—Anthony Sattiwhite 5, Kael Buck 4, Lyden Egbert 15, Spencer Smith 24, Blake Newman 11. Totals - 22 9-11 59. 3-pointers - Spencer Smith 6.

Bear River—Damien Rodriguez 1, Taylor Ramsdell 6, Riley Robbins 11, Wade Miller 27, Austin Miller 12, Kyle Zundel 6, Jared Black 6, Nick Hillis 8. Totals - 28 15-23 77. 3-pointers - Taylor Ramsdell, Riley Robbins 2, Wade Miller 3.

Stansbury 43, Tooele 40

Tyler Woodruff netted 14 for Tooele, but Stansbury stole the fourth quarter with a 14-9 advantage to earn the region win.

Stansbury (8-9) 9 14 6 14 — 43

Tooele (5-12) 11 10 10 9 — 40

Stansbury—Jake Witkowski 9, Brek Bentley 4, Ryan Robbins 7, Logan Stegelmeier 2, Wyatt Branch 6, Kirby Harris 7, Stone Tia 8. Totals - 15 12-18 43. 3-pointers - Kirby Harris.

Tooele—Alvero Fernandez 1, Justin Pollmann 8, Taylor Haskell 3, Jack Memmott 10, Tyler Woodruff 14. Totals - 14 10-14 40. 3-pointers - Justin Pollmann, Taylor Haskell.

REGION 12

Payson 51, Carbon 50

Clint Bateman finished with 21 points, while Tanner Newbold added 17 points to help Payson to the narrow win. The Lions earned their sixth consecutive region win off the season with the road victory.

Payson (13-4) 9 10 17 15 — 51

Carbon (9-7) 15 6 17 12 — 50

Payson—Kade Jensen 1, Tanner Newbold 17, Skyler Rowley 5, Clint Bateman 21, Kaleb Wright 7. Totals - 15 17-22 51. 3-pointers - Tanner Newbold 2, Skyler Rowley, Clint Bateman.

Carbon—Nick Haycock 2, Clay Finkbiner 2, Jordan Blanc 19, Dakota Cisneros 3, Tanner Gagnon 10, Derek Young 12. Totals - 15 17-20 50. 3-pointers - Jordan Blanc.

Spanish Fork 63, Juab 38

Spanish Fork came out in dominate fashion, leading 31-10 at halftime while shooting 90 percent at the free throw line. Clay Banks had a game high 19 points with three treys in the win.

Juab (4-11) 5 5 19 9 — 38

Spanish Fork (9-7) 17 14 18 14 — 63

Juab—Spencer McPherson 2, Brayden Kaae 3, Brayden Welburn 15, Kaden Kelson 5, Jake Nielson 1, Jadin Snow 2, Jeff Rowley 2, Tate Squire 2, Jackson Jones 6. Totals - 13 5-8 38. 3-pointers - Brayden Kaae, Brayden Welburn 5, Kaden Kelson.

Spanish Fork—Cameron Money 6, Elliott Naulu 8, Gentry Robinson 6, Hayden Nielsen 9, Brady Corless 2, Clay Banks 19, Taylor Parker 2, Kayden Porter 4, Benson Rhees 3. Totals - 22 9-10 63. 3-pointers - Elliott Naulu 2, Gentry Robinson 2, Hayden Nielsen 2, Clay Banks 3, Benson Rhees.

Delta 55, North Sanpete 50

Delta had three players reach double digits in the scoring department, highlighted by Colin Christensen's 17 points to pick up the victory at home.

North Sanpete (6-10) 14 15 10 11 — 50

Delta (7-8) 6 18 11 20 — 55

North Sanpete—Jordan Christensen 7, Rhett Bird 4, Kyle Seely 7, Russell Lewis 7, Jake Bailey 19, Rashaud Barton 6. Totals - 19 10-11 50. 3-pointers - Jordan Christensen, Russell Lewis.

Delta—Jace Johnson 4, Kyle Church 10, Austin Albers 4, Colin Christensen 17, Taylor Bahr 14, Hunter Johnson 2, Dallin Christensen 4. Totals - 20 10-16 55. 3-pointers - Jace Johnson, Colin Christensen 2, Taylor Bahr 2.

REGION 13

Beaver 47, Parowan 43

Beaver improved to 5-0 in region play despite being held scoreless in the second quarter. Tyler Roberts had the hot hand with four 3-pointers and 17 total points. Braxton Williams was also clutch on free throws down the stretch.

Parowan (3-15) 12 8 6 17 — 43

Beaver (11-5) 15 0 15 17 — 47

Parowan—Jake Smith 10, Jake Topham 2, Justin Hulet 9, Tristan Adams 7, Caleb Murphy 4, Caylor Mathews 7, Ammon Blauer 4. Totals - 15 9-16 43. 3-pointers - Jake Smith 2, Justin Hulet, Tristan Adams.

Beaver—Michael Roberts 6, Smokey Osborn 9, Dallon Blackner 6, Braxton Williams 6, Tyler Roberts 17, Zac Burke 1, Bret Bishop 2. Totals - 15 10-19 47. 3-pointers - Smokey Osborn 3, Tyler Roberts 4.

Millard 71, Enterprise 54

Jesse Rhodes went off for a game-high 23 points, as Millard dominated the final three quarters after trailing 16-11 early in the game.

Enterprise (7-11) 16 6 15 17 — 54

Millard (5-10) 11 19 19 22 — 71

Enterprise—Ryan West 11, Brett Schill 11, Justin Prisbrey 10, Dayce Truman 7, Dallin Prisbrey 6, Wesley Twitchell 4, Parker Laub 3, Logan Platt 1, J Koopman 1. Totals - 10-17 54. 3-pointers - Ryan West 3, Justin Prisbrey, Dayce Truman, Dallin Prisbrey.

Millard—Pancho Alcala 10, Jesse Rhodes 23, Taylor Komarek 2, Tanner Slavens 5, Jeffery Robison 21, Joel Swallow 10. Totals - 11-13 71. 3-pointers - Jesse Rhodes 3, Tanner Slavens.

REGION 14

South Summit 41, Waterford 40

South Summit scored the buzzer beating 3-pointer to beat Waterford. Beau Rydalch led the way with nine points with double treys. Brad Richins and Garrett Crystal combined for 16 points.

South Summit (7-9) 9 8 12 12 — 41

Waterford (11-4) 12 5 13 10 — 40

South Summit—Beau Rydalch 9, Brad Richins 8, Cole Richins 4, Matt Rydalch 6, Garrett Crystal 8. Totals - 13 12-16 41. 3-pointers - Beau Rydalch 2, Brad Richins.

Waterford—Alec Monson 14, Seth Monson 11, Ben White 2, Grant Smaellie 6, Muffi Hunt 7. Totals - 13 13-22 40. 3-pointers - Alec Monson.

Maeser Prep 60, Rowland Hall 43

Maeser Prep got help from Landon Garner's 19 points, while Jacob Windley added 13 of his own to lead the home team to it's first region win of the season.

Rowland Hall (5-12) 6 15 9 13 — 43

Maeser Prep (3-14) 14 14 6 26 — 60

Rowland Hall—Zeryab Sial 3, Joe Narnus 3, Caleb Chodosh 9, Zeke Bradley 10, Wesley Austin 8, Christopher Nkoy 10. Totals - 14 12-18 43. 3-pointers - Zeryab Sial, Caleb Chodosh, Zeke Bradley.

Maeser Prep—Jordan Allen 4, Griffin Garner 6, Ryan Griffith 2, Landon Garner 19, Jared Ross 10, Paul Walker 6, Jacob Windley 13. Totals - 19 20-23 60. 3-pointers - Landon Garner 2.

REGION 15

South Sevier 55, Emery 35

South Sevier continued to look like title contenders as the Rams had their way with Emery on the road. Race Parsons led the winning effort with 26 points while Austin Clark added 15 of his own.

South Sevier (17-1) 14 10 15 16 — 55

Emery (8-8) 6 8 16 5 — 35

South Sevier—Race Parsons 26, Kaden King 3, Patrick Baker 8, Cooper Wilson 3, Austin Clark 15. Totals - 19 13-16 55. 3-pointers - Race Parsons 2, Kaden King, Cooper Wilson.

Emery—Brendon Jorgensen 11, Curtis Mason 3, Dallon Cologie 3, Dawson Jensen 12, Logan Tuttle 6. Totals - 15 4-9 35. 3-pointers - Dallon Cologie.

Richfield 47, Grand 26

Richfield's Jordan Kemp led the team to a 21-point victory with 14 points, including six from behind the arc, while Zak Jensen netted 10.

Grand (4-12) 4 8 4 10 — 26

Richfield (13-4) 17 15 7 8 — 47

Grand—Wesley Rodda 8, Dale Thomas 2, Koi Cook 4, Kaden Risenhoover 2, Nat Smith 2, Preston Walston 6, Brett Walker 2. Totals - 11 4-7 26.

Richfield—Tyler Anderson 6, Josh Henry 4, Zak Jensen 10, Brandon Waters 3, Braden Hampton 3, Tanner Monroe 4, Griffin Thompson 1, Brandon Willardson 2, Jordan Kemp 14. Totals - 15 12-22 47. 3-pointers - Zak Jensen 2, Braden Hampton, Jordan Kemp 2.

REGION 16

Manti 53, North Sevier 43

Manti's tough defense led to the 10 point victory over North Sevier. Brady Aste scored an impressive 24 points in the win.

Manti (10-6) 14 6 15 18 — 53

North Sevier (5-10) 12 12 12 7 — 43

Manti—Devin Cluff 6, Jayson Cole 4, Jamen Miller 7, Quinn Nielsen 7, Scott Hacking 2, Brady Aste 24, Austin Jackson 3. Totals - 19 12-18 53. 3-pointers - Brady Aste 2, Austin Jackson.

North Sevier—Trent Hampton 3, Austin Piep 14, Dakota Shepherd 11, Bridger Peterson 6, Colton Robins 4, Kaesen Rasmussen 5. Totals - 15 7-14 43. 3-pointers - Austin Piep 4, Dakota Shepherd, Kaesen Rasmussen.

Wasatch Academy 86, American Leadership 49

Wasatch Academy jumped out to the early 34-6 first-quarter lead to take complete control of the game. Fred Krajacic netted a game-high 24 points, while teammate Mahamoud Diop added 18 points in the lopsided region win.

Wasatch Academy (13-1) 34 19 16 17 — 86

American Leadership (3-12) 6 14 13 16 — 49

Wasatch Academy—Cody John 6, Yusseff Ahmarudeen 3, Garrett Crosby 4, Donavan Langdon 1, Damjam Sredanovic 11, Fred Krajacic 24, Mahamoud Diop 18, Matt Western 3, Insa Kaba 13. Totals - 25 27-39 86. 3-pointers - Damjam Sredanovic 3, Fred Krajacic 3, Mahamoud Diop 2, Matt Western.

American Leadership—Adam Davis 8, Jordan Lamb 6, Kyle Gowers 8, Briggs Fulton 10, Caleb Olson 4, Winslow Morrell 8, Neil Davis 2, McKennen Lamb 3. Totals - 12 21-29 49. 3-pointers - Jordan Lamb 2, Briggs Fulton, McKennen Lamb.

REGION 17

Layton Christian 73, St. Joseph 38

Remington Rawlings sank four 3-point shots on his way to a game-high 24 points. Quincy Mason also had an impressive game with 14 points and 16 rebounds, 12 of which were offensive.

Layton Christian (5-8) 12 14 27 20 — 73

St. Joseph (4-9) 9 10 12 7 — 38

Layton Christian—Victor Flores 4, Remington Rawlings 24, Austin Geddings 5, Joe Haugen 18, Preston Sill 4, Scifon Shyaka 2, Quincy Mason 14, Jacob Maughn 2. Totals - 29 10-16 73. 3-pointers - Remington Rawlings 4, Austin Geddings.

St. Joseph—Jordan Jones 17, David Donlevy 10, Pat Choffel 1, Ty Evans 2, Zach Johnstun 5, Will Carrington 1, Thomas Emenger 2. Totals - 14 9-18 38. 3-pointers - Jordan Jones.

Intermountain Christian 75, Mount Vernon 60

Mikey Boettger scored 22 and Zach Paige recored 28 points to lead Intermountain Christian past Mount Vernon.

Intermountain Christian (4-6) 14 21 27 13 — 75

Mount Vernon (1-8) 6 8 21 25 — 60

Intermountain Christian—Mikey Boettger 22, David Pinentol 3, Kendall Johnson 2, Michael Fox 18, Will Green 2, Zach Paige 28. Totals - 31 7-9 75. 3-pointers - Mikey Boettger 2, David Pinentol, Michael Fox 2, Zach Paige.

Mount Vernon—Bom In 6, Chris Walls 9, Koa Huynh 1, Ali Sharifzadeh 18, Joseph Lin 10, Sawai Uhdung 16. Totals - 18 11-21 60. 3-pointers - Chris Walls 3, Joseph Lin, Sawai Uhdung.

REGION 18

Tintic 69, Wendover 37

Tintic's exploding 32 point victory was the icing on the cake for the homecoming victory over Wendover. Shelton Denison led the way with a game high 23 points including a trey. McKade Holman added 19 points.

Wendover (5-6) 6 12 9 10 — 37

Tintic (11-3) 20 11 16 22 — 69

Wendover—James Trujillo 6, Nick Dvorak 2, Weston Wadsworth 5, Antonio Escareno 8, Ernesto Rosales 6, Genaro Rivera 2, Lorenzo Rivera 7, Tomas Castillo 1. Totals - 14 8-22 37. 3-pointers - Lorenzo Rivera.

Tintic—McKade Holman 19, Shelton Denison 23, Taylor Hurst 9, Collin Fitzgerald 3, Travis Green 11, Shawn Angus 4. Totals - 24 18-26 69. 3-pointers - Shelton Denison, Shawn Angus.

REGION 19

Green River 63, Whitehorse 46

Justin Johnson finished with a game-high 43 points, and Green River was able to earn its fifth consecutive region victory. Johnson was clutch from the free-throw line, shooting 21-for-23 in the lopsided win.

Green River (11-4) 13 12 19 19 — 63

Whitehorse (8-6) 7 15 11 13 — 46

Green River—Adrian Escalante 4, Spencer Marshall 4, Nick Corrigan 2, Justin Johnson 43, Erick Mendez 10. Totals - 19 23-30 63. 3-pointers - Justin Johnson 2.

Whitehorse—Keevin Bellison 4, Karl Holly 26, Tavis Martin 15, Sanferd Nakai 1. Totals - 17 7-11 46. 3-pointers - Karl Holly 4, Tavis Martin.

Monticello 66, Pinnacle 44

Monticello hit the ground running and maintained a double-digit lead throughout. Jake Duncan led the team with 13 points, while Terek Esplin netted 11.

Pinnacle (9-6) 10 14 6 14 — 44

Monticello (9-5) 22 18 13 13 — 66

Pinnacle—Barry Hamilton 9, Dalton Rudman 2, MJ Taberna 8, Javanni Alzayyat 9, Jake Hardy 16. Totals - 15 12-19 44. 3-pointers - MJ Taberna, Jake Hardy.

Monticello—Terek Esplin 11, Chase Doucet 2, Adam Black 3, Jared Smith 9, Gunnar Hollingsworth 10, Austin Maloy 8, Nash Freestone 5, Zach Johnson 5, Jake Duncan 13. Totals - 23 16-27 66. 3-pointers - Terek Esplin, Jared Smith, Austin Maloy 2.

REGION 21

Rich 56, Tabiona 25

Rich held Tabiona scoreless in the third quarter and under 10 points in the final three. McKay Jarman and Braken Pinter each netted 17 points for the Rebels.

Tabiona (8-6) 10 8 0 7 — 25

Rich (6-8) 15 14 12 15 — 56

Tabiona—Monte Clyde 3, Myles Potter 1, Demont Nay 9, Tyler Van Tassell 5, Cameron Van Tassell 7. Totals - 10 9-16 25. 3-pointers - Demont Nay 2.

Rich—Austin Groll 5, Brent Wallentine 6, Briton Brown 3, Braken Pinter 17, Kaden Thomson 1, John Acree 3, McKay Jarman 17, Skyler Argyle 4. Totals - 17 22-34 56.

Manila 54, Altamont 41

Jared Briggs led the Mustangs to a 13-point victory with 14 points, including six from downtown, while Ben Rose sank 11.

Manila (10-3) 13 20 9 12 — 54

Altamont (5-10) 8 5 14 14 — 41

Manila—Ben Rose 11, Tyler Asay 5, Jared Briggs 14, Jacob Raymond 9, Rustyn Burnside 6. Totals - 18 8-13 54. 3-pointers - Ben Rose, Jared Briggs 2, Jacob Raymond 3.

Altamont—Jordan Benson 17, Dathan Panas 5, Dylan Lindsay 12, Randy Sorensen 2, Austin Gallyer 5. Totals - 13 13-18 41. 3-pointers - Dylan Lindsay 2.

NONREGION

Gunnison 68, North Summit 57

Colby Caldwell dropped 20 points and Ty Bartholomew added 13 to lead Gunnison past North Summit despite giving up 32 free throw attempts. Makay Fristrup had 20 points, 18 of which came from beyond the arc, in the loss.

North Summit (6-10) 16 13 9 19 — 57

Gunnison (10-7) 16 19 10 23 — 68

North Summit—Braden Brown 4, Ben Stephens 3, Keegan McQueen 14, Jaxon Vernon 8, Nathan Rees 6, Joseph Seright 2, Makay Fristrup 20. Totals - 20 6-12 57. 3-pointers - Keegan McQueen 3, Nathan Rees 2, Makay Fristrup 6.

Gunnison—Colby Caldwell 20, Lafe Christensen 5, Braden Harris 8, Ty Bartholomew 13, Mason Powell 6. Totals - 19 26-32 68. 3-pointers - Colby Caldwell, Ty Bartholomew 3.

Duchesne 69, Liahona 63 (OT)

Duchesne needed some extra time to put away an upset-minded team from Liahona. Shiaba Allen and Trevon Spencer each scored 14 points for the Eagles in the win. Weston Meacham led Liahona with a game-high 23 points.

Liahona (6-6) 10 16 22 13 2 — 63

Duchesne (13-2) 15 10 21 15 8 — 69

Liahona—Carson Smith 8, Briggs Savage 5, Tyler Berry 8, Collin Rudd 6, Weston Meacham 23, Dillen Young 13. Totals - 24 13-22 63. 3-pointers - Carson Smith, Tyler Berry.

Duchesne—Kaden Moon 1, Mike Dye 5, Trevon Spencer 14, Josh Hanberg 5, Braiden Despain 12, Shiaba Allen 14, Kanaan Nealley 2, McKade Nielsen 5, Macoy Young 11. Totals - 27 10-26 69. 3-pointers - Mike Dye, Josh Hanberg, Braiden Despain 2, McKade Nielsen.

Girls basketball

REGION 1

Fremont 46, Davis 43

Amanda Wayment scored 16 points as the Silver Wolves opened the second half on a 19-8 run.

Davis (9-7) 12 10 8 13 — 43

Fremont (5-11) 12 7 19 8 — 46

Davis—Krysta Eskelson 7, Emily Bott 2, Courtney Hurst 8, Morgan Hartvigsen 11, Katelyn Mager 2, Jessica Richardson 13. Totals - 13 14-21 43. 3-pointers - Morgan Hartvigsen 3.

Fremont—Keeley Swander 8, Dusty Kimber 2, Mikkell Minnoch 4, Codilynn Meibos 4, Amanda Wayment 16, Tanesha Daniels 2, Kylee Olsen 4, Jessica Quayle 6. Totals - 18 5-12 46. 3-pointers - Keeley Swander 2, Kylee Olsen.

Syracuse 57, Layton 41

Brittney Martin led the Titans with 23 points, while Makenlee Williams added 15 to the board.

Syracuse (13-0) 13 13 16 15 — 57

Layton (14-1) 4 9 13 15 — 41

Syracuse—Natasha Monroe 2, Brittney Martin 23, Abby Call 4, Makenlee Williams 15, Courtney Starks 7, Jayda Bovero 6. Totals - 22 11-13 57. 3-pointers - Brittney Martin.

Layton—Cassidy Anderson 5, Amber Daly 15, Courtnee Wood 7, Ashley Price 4, Ashlee Hyatt 2, Maddi Smith 4, Livia Treseder 4. Totals - 15 10-18 41. 3-pointers - Cassidy Anderson.

Weber 49, Northridge 35

Weber bounced back from its previous game with a big win on the road over Northridge. Erica Olpin led the Warriors with 17 points.

Weber (12-4) 19 11 13 6 — 49

Northridge (5-10) 10 5 10 10 — 35

Weber—Chantil Martin 5, Kristine Broome 3, Cheyenne Tanner 1, Shaylee Crowton 7, Madison Summers 3, Erica Olpin 17. Totals - 17 12-24 49. 3-pointers - Kristine Broome, Erica Olpin 2.

Northridge—Brittley Eldredge 2, Kylee Christensen 5, Kenzie Martin 11, Rebecca Hale 2, Sydnee Acord 12, McKenzie Bybee 3. Totals - 13 5-6 35. 3-pointers - Kenzie Martin 2, Sydnee Acord 2.

REGION 6

Woods Cross 44, Bountiful 33

Woods Cross' two senior leaders, Emily Howey and Natalie Parsons, each recorded a double-double to help the Wildcats topple their cross town rival. Howey scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds while Parsons torched the nets with 17 points, including three 3-pointers, and 10 boards.

Bountiful (11-5) 10 9 2 12 — 33

Woods Cross (10-6) 10 14 3 17 — 44

Bountiful—Taylor Boroson 10, Madison McConkie 2, Kennedy Merrick 14, Jenny Skedros 5, Brecken Holbrook 2. Totals - 14 3-9 33. 3-pointers - Taylor Boroson 2.

Woods Cross—Emily Howey 12, Natalie Parsons 17, Aubree Riddle 1, Camille Horrocks 4, Eden Jacobsen 10. Totals - 14 10-17 44. 3-pointers - Natalie Parsons 3, Eden Jacobsen 3.

East 47, Highland 46

Madison Roemer scored her 28th point of the night on a free throw with six seconds left. The foul shot gave the Leopards the decisive one point lead in another classic game between the two schools.

East (4-12) 9 15 12 11 — 47

Highland (1-15) 10 14 6 16 — 46

East—Rachael Jensen 2, Molly Connor 1, Izolde Rhodes 2, Avvy Smithe 3, Madison Roemer 28, Ata Utuone 11. Totals - 16 13-33 47. 3-pointers - Avvy Smithe, Ata Utuone.

Highland—Lily Huntsman 2, Maryann Koeven 9, Haylie Bell 7, Shayla Kime 6, Dominique Needham 15, Austin Fawson 3, Elle Whittaker 4. Totals - 16 11-22 46. 3-pointers - Maryann Koeven, Haylie Bell, Austin Fawson.

Cyprus 49, Clearfield 27

Abby Barrett scored 13 points as Cyprus' dominating season continues to roll on.

Cyprus (15-1) 16 9 11 13 — 49

Clearfield (3-13) 7 6 6 8 — 27

Cyprus—Tori Dyson 6, Elizabeth Carter 2, Abby Barrett 13, Julie Caputo 8, Lori Parkinson 11, Marquessa Gilson 7, Sabra Morris 2. Totals - 16 16-24 49. 3-pointers - Julie Caputo.

Clearfield—Mickenzey Wiberg 8, Tayley Stoddart 2, Marissa Yamane 2, Briquelle Caperton 2, Jocelyn Jones 4, Baylee Patterson 2, Jaquoya Walton 2, Kaitlyn Stratton 5. Totals - 10 6-12 27. 3-pointers - Mickenzey Wiberg.

REGION 7

Westlake 65, Murray 33

Jessica Benson scored 17 while Reggie Allen and Shannon Jenson each put in 14 to lead Westlake past Murray.

Westlake (12-4) 14 21 24 6 — 65

Murray (0-16) 7 6 10 10 — 33

Westlake—Jessica Benson 17, Alyssa Diaz 6, Shannon Jenson 14, Tianna Dougher 6, Reggie Allen 14, Kate Lamoreaux 5, Mckenzie Meyers 1. Totals - 19 21-39 65. 3-pointers - Jessica Benson, Shannon Jenson 2, Reggie Allen 2.

Murray—Ashley Parker 1, Christal Milne 4, Jordan Strah 4, Sofia Goeckeritz 9, Alyse Horton 8, Lexi Davies 3, Kayla Durfey 4. Totals - 15 4-7 33.

Hillcrest 55, Herriman 49

Hillcrest built an early lead in the first quarter and held on for the close win at home. Robyn Oliphant double dipped with 12 points and 10 boards for the Huskies.

Herriman (4-12) 9 18 12 10 — 49

Hillcrest (7-8) 17 12 14 12 — 55

Herriman—Abby Budd 4, Alexi Smith 7, Brittney Maynard 11, Baily Hayward 2, Keshley Roundy 7, Torie Bradshaw 4, Alexis Roberts 10, Kayla Peel 4. Totals - 17 13-20 49. 3-pointers - Alexi Smith, Alexis Roberts.

Hillcrest—Whitney Lott 8, Whitney Nemelka 7, Ashley Jewell 7, Amber Christensen 7, Madison Shaw 14, Robyn Oliphant 12. Totals - 24 5-10 55. 3-pointers - Amber Christensen 2.

Skyline 44, Olympus 32

Miquelle Askew recorded the double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds, whiled Ashley Aberton added 13 points in the Skyline victory. Ta'a Tuinei grabbed 14 rebounds to contribute to her teams unified play.

Olympus (8-7) 9 10 7 6 — 32

Skyline (11-5) 10 13 10 11 — 44

Olympus—Janie Egan 2, Morgan Oliphant 2, Kenzie Droubay 6, Jennifer Nichols 2, Rachel VanderToolen 17, Lizzie Egan 3. Totals - 11 7-13 32. 3-pointers - Rachel VanderToolen 2, Lizzie Egan.

Skyline—Mia Mortensen 3, Ta'a Tuinei 2, Miquelle Askew 15, India Phadnis 2, Ashley Aberton 13, Sydnee Taylor 9. Totals - 16 12-20 44.

REGION 8

Springville 53, Mountain View 46 (OT)

Mountain View put together an impressive comeback in the fourth quarter and, with the game tied, had two free throws with two seconds on the clock but missed both so the game wound up in overtime. In the extra period Springville hit ten free throws to pull away. Malia Nawahine highlighted the winning effort with 24 points and 15 rebounds.

Mountain View (6-9) 12 9 4 18 3 — 46

Springville (7-8) 14 9 12 8 10 — 53

Mountain View—Ashleigh Warner 12, Gentry Oldham 11, Jessica Raab 8, Alisha Nielsen 6, Nicole Nielsen 1, Cassidee Bohnet 8. Totals - 14 13-23 46. 3-pointers - Ashleigh Warner 2, Gentry Oldham, Jessica Raab 2.

Springville—Hannah Packard 7, Malia Nawahine 24, Ashli Averett 3, Savannah Park 12, Jasmine Hansen 2, Brooke Wheeler 5. Totals - 18 16-21 53. 3-pointers - Savannah Park.

Maple Mountain 50, Salem Hills 39

Aleksa Gappmayer and Sadie Williams scored 17 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the Golden Eagles in a big win over Salem Hills on the road.

Maple Mountain (12-3) 11 14 7 18 — 50

Salem Hills (13-2) 10 5 11 13 — 39

Maple Mountain—Kelsey Lewis 2, Baylee Nielsen 4, Aleksa Gappmayer 17, Jayci Peay 5, Wesli Peay 3, Sadie Williams 15, Kara Betts 4. Totals - 17 13-15 50. 3-pointers - Aleksa Gappmayer 2, Wesli Peay.

Salem Hills—Georgia Agnew 5, Hailey Ingram 12, Brooke Ford 2, Missy Belliston 9, Kiley Williams 1, Lyssa Hanks 10. Totals - 14 7-9 39. 3-pointers - Hailey Ingram 2, Missy Belliston 2.

Timpanogos 50, Orem 43

Timpanogos could not put Orem away until the Timberwolves made a 16-4 run in the fourth quarter. Eternity Galeai highlighted the wining effort with 24 points and 15 rebounds.

Orem (7-8) 15 10 14 4 — 43

Timpanogos (12-3) 16 9 9 16 — 50

Orem—Megan Sackett 12, Ailli Brown 2, Brittany Harr 2, Tatiana Monsen 7, Janalee Willmore 12, Cylee Tuimaunei 2, Kylie Guthrie 4, Emily Kenney 2. Totals - 18 5-10 43. 3-pointers - Megan Sackett, Tatiana Monsen.

Timpanogos—Danielle Chapman 4, Eternity Galeai 24, Briana Arnold 2, Rachelle Warner 6, Mercedes Riggs 11, Jamaica Christensen 3. Totals - 14 21-32 50. 3-pointers - Eternity Galeai.

REGION 10

Judge Memorial 47, Uintah 42

Judge connected on the free throw line, nailing 10-of-14 attempts. That was the only difference in the game, considering both teams made the exact same amount of field goals. Kailie Quinn led the way for the Bulldogs with 14 points.

Judge Memorial (12-5) 14 9 11 13 — 47

Uintah (2-14) 7 8 14 13 — 42

Judge Memorial—Kyra McComas 4, Kailie Quinn 14, Dona Sansone 5, Sarah Anne Nakamura 5, Caitlin Gruis 2, Emily Schnopp 5, Sydney Richards 8, Tyree Snyder 4. Totals - 17 10-14 47. 3-pointers - Sarah Anne Nakamura, Emily Schnopp, Sydney Richards.

Uintah—Erin Elder 5, Hailey Bunderson 10, Rachel Wright 4, Taylor Henline 4, Kaitlyn Hanberg 2, Victoria Middleton 2, Caity Beddes 13, Mackenzie Calder 2. Totals - 17 5-11 42. 3-pointers - Erin Elder, Hailey Bunderson 2.

Juan Diego 57, Union 25

Juan Diego held Union without a field goal for the entire first half and had an astonishing 24 steals in the runaway victory. Monique and Dominique Mills highlighted the Soaring Eagle play once again, teaming up for 28 points.

Union (3-13) 4 15 1 5 — 25

Juan Diego (14-3) 15 18 15 9 — 57

Union—Ali Ross 3, Suzy Van Dyke 1, Missy Gingell 6, Anderson 2, Hailee Horrocks 3. Totals - 4 17-33 25.

Juan Diego—Monique Mills 16, Dominique Mills 12, Alexa Mortenson 8, Julia Colosimo 3, Kim Brenneisen 3, Lancee Whetman 7, Tara McHugh 1, Melanie Mecham 3, Mackenzie King 1, Sarah Christiansen 1, Haidi Arias 2. Totals - 18 16-28 57. 3-pointers - Monique Mills, Alexa Mortenson 2, Julia Colosimo, Kim Brenneisen.

REGION 12

Juab 47, Spanish Fork 45

Juab's sharp shoting from the foul line was a key factor in the victory over Spanish Fork. Tessa Bradford led the way for the Wasps with 13 points, Rebecca Evans added 12 points.

Juab (9-7) 13 15 10 9 — 47

Spanish Fork (5-12) 14 15 7 9 — 45

Juab—Jessica Barker 6, Tanisha Squire 6, Rebbeca Evans 12, Kobe Farrer 5, Tessa Bradford 13, Brikel Weeks 4. Totals - 17 10-16 47. 3-pointers - Kobe Farrer.

Spanish Fork—Kelli Hales 9, Kylee Wolf 8, Sydney Butler 13, Jessica Cable 5, Alyssa Brown 4, Sabrina Naulu 4, Laura Lagaisse 1. Totals - 15 12-30 45. 3-pointers - Kelli Hales.

REGION 15

Richfield 59, Grand 12

Megan Bean dropped in 16 points, and Richfield held Grand scoreless in the second and third quarters to pick up a lopsided region win.

Richfield (16-1) 16 15 19 9 — 59

Grand (0-14) 4 0 0 8 — 12

Richfield—Mckenna McEwen 7, Leah Torgerson 2, Sammi Beck 8, Alethia Munoz 7, Kassidee Robinson 2, A Shumway 2, Mckell Lajeunesse 9, Megan Bean 16, Sloane Roundy 6. Totals - 21 3-5 59. 3-pointers - Mckenna McEwen, Sammi Beck 2, Mckell Lajeunesse.

Grand—Torrie Lopez 7, Alena Gieser 3, Tericita Tsosie 2. Totals - 3 0-4 12. 3-pointers - Torrie Lopez, Alena Gieser.

REGION 19

Whitehorse 56, Green River 41

Michelle Jim, Raphaela and Shaundeen Filfred combined for 41 points in the win for Whitehorse for the big win at home against Green River.

Green River (13-4) 15 11 10 5 — 41

Whitehorse (10-7) 18 13 19 6 — 56

Green River—Megan Hatt 17, Michaela Hughes 16, Feleisha Antillon 2, Jamie Johnson 6. Totals - 15 6-7 41. 3-pointers - Megan Hatt 3.

Whitehorse—Michelle Jim 11, Brandi John 6, Celeste Lansing 9, Shaundeen Filfred 16, Raphaela Filfred 14. Totals - 22 6-8 56. 3-pointers - Michelle Jim 3, Shaundeen Filfred 2, Raphaela Filfred.

REGION 20

Piute 67, Valley 47

Shaylee Gleave led five T-Bird players in double figures with 15 points in Piute's lopsided win over Valley.

Piute (10-7) 17 9 17 24 — 67

Valley (4-13) 8 3 17 19 — 47

Piute—Nikki Jensen 3, Tori Gass 10, Whitney Westwood 12, Shaylee Gleave 15, Chelsie Sylvester 12, Kierra Gleave 11, Shalyn Bagley 2, Whitney Allan 2. Totals - 28 10-23 67. 3-pointers - Tori Gass.

Valley—Audrey Harris 2, Brindy Harris 8, Alora Heaton 4, Nicole Roundy 6, Brittney Frost 16, Jacki Williams 11. Totals - 21 3-14 47. 3-pointers - Brindy Harris, Jacki Williams.

Bryce Valley 45, Panguitch 31

Bryce Valley outscored Panguitch out of the gate on a 16-1 run that continued throughout the game. Sydney Cornforth led the way with 11 points. Makelle Pollock added 10 points including two treys.

Bryce Valley (15-2) 16 16 3 10 — 45

Panguitch (4-10) 1 14 9 7 — 31

Bryce Valley—Alexis Tebbs 2, Shelby Cornforth 9, Makelle Pollock 10, Sydney Cornforth 11, Ashlynn Syrett 1, Whitni Syrett 9, Taylor Talbot 3. Totals - 15 9-19 45. 3-pointers - Makelle Pollock 2.

Panguitch—Darri Frandsen 4, Natashia Barney 5, Katelyn Parkin 5, Carly Holman 7, Chandler Campbell 10. Totals - 10 11-22 31.

Milford 56, Escalante 38

Milford set the tone of the game in the first quarter which echoed into the second. Chandler Rose led the team with 17 points, including three from behind the arc, while Kennedy Netto netted 14.

Escalante (7-8) 7 9 9 13 — 38

Milford (12-4) 17 19 5 15 — 56

Escalante—Shelby Steed 6, Lindsey Phillips 12, Tori Lindsay 13, Sarah Gardner 4, Emillee Singletary 2. Totals - 15 6-13 38. 3-pointers - Shelby Steed 2.

Milford—Jaycee Denny 2, Becca Wright 2, Kennedy Netto 14, Mariah Dotson 12, MaKell Davis 2, Santanna Wunderlich 2, Shyla Sherwood 5, Chandler Rose 17. Totals - 24 7-11 56. 3-pointers - Chandler Rose.

REGION 21

Rich 51, Tabiona 30

Rich jumped out to an early 23-2 lead in the first quarter and coasted from that point forward. Courtney Lamborn was the only play to eclipse double figures for the Rebels with 15 points, however, eight more players contributed offensively in the win.

Tabiona (7-9) 2 6 13 9 — 30

Rich (13-2) 23 9 8 11 — 51

Tabiona—Shantaya Strebel 12, Mackenzie Wagner 2, Kaelynn Brown 15. Totals - 10 3-6 30. 3-pointers - Shantaya Strebel 2, Kaelynn Brown 5.

Rich—Lynzee Wallentine 5, Shani Calder 2, Emma Peart 4, Alyssa Brown 4, Tristin Bowers 5, Cassidy McKee 5, Courtney Lamborn 15, Cami Lamborn 3, Alisa Petersen 8. Totals - 19 7-8 51. 3-pointers - Lynzee Wallentine, Alyssa Brown, Tristin Bowers, Cassidy McKee, Courtney Lamborn, Cami Lamborn.

Manila 59, Altamont 26

Janell Reed scored 14 to lead the Mustangs.

Manila (8-6) 15 12 19 13 — 59

Altamont (1-12) 6 6 9 5 — 26

Manila—Anna Henry 2, Janell Reed 14, Samantha Hughes 1, Kaylee Hughes 10, Jenessa Gosar 10, Ashlee Hullinger 4, Rebecca Collett 11, Kenzie Jones 5, Bailee Thomas 2. Totals - 25 9-20 59.

Altamont—Makayla Harrison 5, Kelsey Justice 1, Erin Justice 14, Nikole Lemon 1, Danelle Thacker 2, Jazlynn Miles 1, Makayla Thacker 2. Totals - 7 12-27 26.