BEN LOMOND 47, BEAR RIVER 46: With nine seconds left, Sterling Brandley grabbed Bear River's rebound and ran the court to score in the last second. Josh Hardin lead the team with 15 points and a single 3-pointer for the Scots.
TOOELE 61, GRANTSVILLE 52: Tyler Woodruff, Justin Pollman, Shayden Walker, Tyler Lawrence all scored in double figures for Tooele in the win. The Buffaloes staged off a valiant fourth quarter comeback by Grantsville.
PINNACLE 48, NAVAJO MOUNTAIN 13:
SYRACUSE 48, GRANGER 36: Syarcuse built a 9-point lead in the first quarter that Granger was never able to overcome. Brock Anderson led Syracuse in scoring for the first time with 17 points while Jordan Pobanz pulled down 12 rebounds.
AMERICAN FORK 73, BRIGHTON 68: Quincy Bair scored 15 points, and American Fork used a four point lead at the end of the third quarter to stay undefeated on the season. Brandon Miller led all scorers with 28 points and four 3-pointers in the Bengals loss.
JORDAN 84, FULLERTON, CALIF. 78: Ryan Namelka led Jordan with 19 points, and Trent Neilson added 18 points to help the visiting team to victory. The Beetdiggers made a 29-17 second quarter run that kept the momentum in their favor, and helped them cruise to the win.
PINE VIEW 48, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 47: Pine View went on a 22-5 run in the fourth quarter to rally from down 16 to snatch a 1-point victory over Maple Mountain. Jack Bangerter and Dallin Milne eached scored 12 points to lead Pine View. KJ Hall scored 26 points for Maple Mountain.
SOUTH SEVIER 78, KANAB 46: South Sevier connected on 19-of-26 free throw attempts, and behind Race Parson, Patrick Baker and Austin Clark, who teamed up for 69 points, the Rams rolled past Kanab.
HUNTER 81, CYPRUS 66: Dimitri Saliba's 17 points led the way for the Wolverines victory over Cyprus. Noah Togiai added 16 points with quadruple 3s for Hunter.
LOGAN 66, OGDEN 64: Logan needed all 17 points from Russell Murphy to sneak past Ogden in a 2-point thriller. Johnny Luke added 15 more points for the Grizzlies in the win.
HIGHLAND 50, SKYLINE 42: Highland was an impressive 21 of 24 from the free throw line including 12 of 13 in the fourth quarter to get the win over Skyline. Liam Thomas led Highland with 18 points in the win.
WOODS CROSS 59, TAYLORSVILLE 46: Woods Cross maneuvered around Taylorsville with ease for this 13-point victory. Brady Cowley wowed the crowd netting 20 points with four 3-pointers, while Jevin Warren added 11 to the board for the Wildcats.
MURRAY 42, RIVERTON 39: Jackson Winget netted 14 points, while Orhan Agovic added 13 points to help Murray to the narrow win at home. Riverton were led by D McCleary's 19 points, and the Silverwolves shot 8-for-10 from the free throw line in the loss.
LEHI 66, SALEM HILLS 33: Brad McGregor scored 10 points, and scorched the nets for three 3-pointers to help Lehi to the lopsided win. The Pioneers were able to hold a struggling Salem Hills scoreless in the first quarter to cruise to the win.
BOUNTIFUL 48, JUDGE MEMORIAL 42: Judge Memorial nailed four 3-pointers out of halftime to get back in the game. Brandon Yates was the difference for Bountiful in overtime making 7-9 free throws as Bountiful got the six point victory.
CARBON 72, EMERY 54: Carbon dominated the first three quarters of play, accumulating an 18-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Derek Young and Jordan Blanc led the Dinos with 23 combined points, and Carbon were able to knock down seven 3-pointers in the win.
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