Boys basketball

REGION 9

SNOW CANYON 64, PINE VIEW 44: Snow Canyon rolled past Pine View, particularly in the third quarter - outscoring the Panthers 18-4 to take the commanding lead. Brayden Linde, the high scorer of 11 players that tallied points for the Warriors, dropped 18 points in the win.

DESERT HILLS 52, DIXIE 49: Brandon Simister helped Desert Hills to it's first region victory with 15 points on the night. Dixie held onto an early four point lead at half, but were outscored 15-9 in the third quarter.

CEDAR 66, CANYON VIEW 49: In a relatively close game, Cedar opened the flood gates in the fourth quarte - outscoring Canyon View by 16 points to win with ease. Kyler Nielson and John Ursua scored 21 and 18 points on the night for the Redmen.

REGION 11

BEN LOMOND 64, TOOELE 54: Cody Buck scored nine of his 13 points in the fourth quarter, while Josh Hardin dropped in 18 points to help Ben Lomond to the region win at home. Justin Pollmann netted 21 points in the Tooele loss.

STANSBURY 67, GRANTSVILLE 55: Stansbury shot 21-for-26 from the free throw line, and were able to make a 15-3 run in the overtime period to pick up the region win on the road. Stone Tia led the visiting team with 20 points, while Kirby Harris netted 15 points with three 3-pointers.

NONREGION

MORGAN 73, WASATCH 65: Swish Wiscombe lived up to his name, sinking four from beyond the 3-point arc and finishing with 20 total points in the Morgan victory. Boston Saunders added 15 in the win. Matt Pelo carried Wasatch with 20 points before fouling out in the fourth quarter.

AMERICAN FORK 57, ALTA 50: Alta led 32-25 early in the third quarter, until American Fork used a 17-5 run to earn the tough win on the road. The Cavemen shot an impressive 19-for-24 from the free throw line, and were led by 20 points from Austin Waddoups.

PLEASANT GROVE 64, JORDAN 59: Pleasant Grove picked up its first victory of the season from the free throw line. The Vikings sunk 12-of-18 freebies in the fourth quarter and 22-of-28 overall to stun heavily favored Jordan on the road. Michael Anderson chipped in 18 points and two 3-pointers and Spencer Pincock scored 16 in the win.

BONNEVILLE 60, BEAR RIVER 51: Quinton Larsen was blazing from the three with five 3-pointers and an impressive 29 points in the win. Braxton Buckway picked up an additional 13 for Bonneville. Bear River was led by Wade Miller with 16 points on three 3-pointers.

OGDEN 52, CYPRUS 42: Ogden received a huge game from Spencer Smith who scored 21 points and knocked down two from behind the arc as the Tigers picked up the double figure victory. Lyden Egbert chipped in 19 points in the win.

LOGAN 60, PARK CITY 58: Logan clung to a two point victory after Park City erased a considerable deficit in the second half. The Grizzlies' were led by Russell Murphy's 24 points and four 3-pointers.

WATERFORD 53, GRAND 39: Waterford built a steady lead throughout and walked away with the 14 point victory. Seth Monson posted 18 points in the win while teammates Alec Monson and Ben White combined for an additional 23 points. Zak Hazlett of Grand picked up 22 points in the loss.

SOUTH SEVIER 62, CARBON 43: Kaden King had an unbelievable night from the perimeter, sinking six 3-pointers and finishing with a game-high 25 points in the South Sevier lofty win. Race Parsons and Austin Clark scored 18 and 13 points, respectively for the Rams.

TINTIC 53, ST. JOSEPH 31: McKade Holman caught fire with 20 points on the night for Tintic. Collin Fitzgerald and Taylor Hurst combined for 21 Tintic points, and were able to hold St. Joseph to just 10 points in the second half.

HERRIMAN 59, SPANISH FORK 52: Spanish Fork was unable to overcome a slow start in the second half and Herriman sunk crucial free-throws down the stretch to snag the victory. Jaden Rasmussen dished out 15 points in the win with teammate Tanner McKissick adding 13.

RICHFIELD 53, MANTI 45: Richfield jumped to an early first quarter lead and held on for the victory. Jordan Kemp was at the helm of the scoring effort with 16 points on two three pointers. Tanner Monroe and Tyler Anderson combined for another 26 points, dishing out 13 each in the win.

WEBER 70, SKY VIEW 58: Jake Shaw and Justin Nielsen each dropped 15 points to lift Weber to victory. Hayden Schenk added a hefty contribution as well with 14 in the win. Casey Oliverson of Sky View led all scoring with 20 points in the loss.

BRIGHTON 78, LAYTON 54: Brandon Miller was an early spark for Brighton with 20 points in the first half alone. Miller helped the Bengals pick up the win with four 3-pointers and 27 total points. Zach Wertz posted 13 while teammate Chris Eixenberger added 12.

GUNNISON 50, PAROWAN 45: Gunnison forced 11 Parowan turnovers in the third quarter, and managed an 11-6 run in the process. Colby Caldwell finished with a game high 22 points in the road victory.

COPPER HILLS 53, KEARNS 36: Dylan Carter had 20 points with four 3-pointers to help Copper Hills to the lopsided win.

ROWLAND HALL 58, MOUNT VERNON 24: Rowland Hall held Mount Vernon to single digit scoring outputs in all four quarters to pick up the huge victory. Kyle Baranko and Zeryab Sial led a balanced scoring attack for the Winged Lion, with eight other players contributing on the offensive end.

NORTH SEVIER 38, BEAVER 19: North Sevier's defense was relentless, holding Beaver to six points or fewer in all four quarters to walk away with an impressive win. Kody Shepard stole the spotlight with 17 points for the Wolves.

TIMPANOGOS 55, JUAB 44: Cameron Bailey and Trevor Schade combined for 30 Timpanogos points to help Timpanogos earn the win at home. Juab fell behind after a 5-14 second quarter, and were never able to close the scoring margin.

DUCHESNE 59, NORTH SUMMIT 40: Trevon Spencer scored a game high 23 points, and Duchesne outscored North Summit 35-19 in the second half to earn the win at home. Mike Dye dropped in three 3-pointers and finished with 12 points for the Eagles.

NORTH SANPETE 61, SOUTH SUMMIT 43: North Sanpete dominated in the second quarter, outscoring South Summit by 17 points to take a commanding lead into the locker rooms and ultimately walk away with an impressive victory. Colton Dunn netted 17 points and Rhett Bird added 12 more. The Hawks drilled eight 3-pointers in the win.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 64, WENDOVER 56: Mikey Boettger and Zach Paige teamed up for 43 points in the win for Intermountain Christian that put together an extremely impressive third quarter, outscoring Wendover by 11 points to take control.

HURRICANE 66, DELTA 47: Colton Marshall led Hurricane with 23 points, while Weston Yardley added 15 points with three 3-pointers. Kyle Church led Delta with 17 points in the Rabbits loss at home.

PINNACLE 62, ROCKWELL 47: Pinnacle improved upon its strong start this season with a balanced offensive output. MJ Taberna garnished a game-high 22 points while his teammates Barry Hamilton and Jake Hardy combined for 30 more.

Girls basketball

REGION 20

MILFORD 52, PIUTE 38: Milford capitalized at the charity stripe, sinking 16-of-25 attempts en route to a lopsided victory. Mariah Dotson, Kennedy Netto and Becca Wright combined for all but six points for the Tigers.

WAYNE 40, PANGUITCH 32: Sarah Taylor led Wayne with 11 points, and the Badgers used a 15-4 run in the second quarter to beat Panguitch. Wayne shot an impressive 6-for-7 from the free throw line.

BRYCE VALLEY 67, ESCALANTE 46: Bryce Valley connected on 13-of-16 free throw attempts to earn a solid victory on the road. Sydney and Shelby Cornforth both scored in double digits for the Mustangs.

NONREGION

BINGHAM 53, DAVIS 49: Bingham doubled Davis' first quarter score and despite a surge in the second by the Darts (17-9), the Miners would reign supreme. Summer Yack was the ignition in the Bingham offense with 15 points. Courtney Hurst of Davis finished with 15 points in the loss.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 60, GRANGER 51: Judge made the most of its opportunities at the charity stripe, knocking down 18 free throws to top Granger at home. The Bulldogs were guided by Caitlin Gruis' five 3-pointers and Kailie Quinn's 14 points.

TAYLORSVILLE 55, COTTONWOOD 23: Whitney Mitchell and Pela Tapusoa each netted 15 points, and combined for five 3-pointers in the lopsided Taylorsville victory. The Warriors led 27-9 at the half, and went on a 20-5 run in the third quarter to down visiting Cottonwood.

PINE VIEW 28, BEAVER 24: Pine View opened with a 9-3 first quarter run, and never gave up the lead in the narrow victory over visiting Beaver. Brittney Blackner led the Beavers with nine points in the loss.

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SOUTH SUMMIT 54, NORTH SANPETE 51: Alisha Lewis and BreeAnn Buckner combined for 21 points as South Summit claimed the tight victory. North Sanpete put up a valiant effort with three players in double digits. Paige Francks put in 16 points in the loss.

SAN JUAN 53, GREEN RIVER 44: San Juan had a massive second quarter that ultimately proved to be the difference. Teal Palmer tallied 17 points and Jolene Kirk scored 11 points in the win.

FREMONT 36, COPPER HILLS 31: Dusty Kimber led all scorers with 10 points, and Fremont used an 11-4 run in the first quarter to hand Copper Hills a loss at home.

WOODS CROSS 46, SKY VIEW 32: Woods Cross got off to a real good start, tearing off for a 19-7 run. Emiley Howey led the Wildcats with 16 points and 15 rebounds, and handed Sky View it's first loss of the season.