Boys basketball


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.




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.

EAST 51, BONNEVILLE 46: Parker Van Dyke lit the scoreboard up with 29 points, nine coming from beyond the arc, to lead East to closely fought victory over Bonneville on the road. Quinton Larson had five 3-pointers in the loss for the Lakers.

SNOW CANYON 82, ENTERPRISE 63: Snow Canyon opened the game on a 18-7 run and cruised to victory over Enterprise.

DESERT HILLS 72, DELTA 61: Desert Hills dominated the court in the beginning and kept strong throughout to claim the victory over Delta. Tyler Ott netted 15 points while Mike Needham scored 13 for the Thunder.

FREMONT 44, BOX ELDER 28: Brock Smith netted 15 points and Fremont earned the lopsided road win after an impressive defensive outing. Shad Watson scored 13 points and knocked down two 3-pointers in the Box Elder loss.

OLYMPUS 52, BINGHAM 45: Will Cannon scored a game high 20 points, as Olympus were able to hold Bingham to just seven points in the first half to down the Miners. The Titans were able to shoot 22-for-35 from the free throw line as a team.

VIEWMONT 59, CLEARFIELD 43: Tanner Gamble came out on fire scoring 18 points on six 3-pointers to help Viewmont get a road win over Clearfield.

HURRICANE 59, RICHFIELD 41: Hurricane's balanced performance helped the Tigers hand Richfield its first loss of the season. Both Boston Gubler and Colton Marshal added 15 points to the board while Benson Rich netted nine points.

MOUNTAIN CREST 55, WEBER 49: Mountain Crest propelled itself past Weber in this six-lead victory. Famafilli Laulu Pututau shined on the court scoring 22 points, while Tyler Crosbie scored 13 with triple 3-pointers for the Mustangs.

WEST JORDAN 67, DAVIS 52: West Jordan hit the ground running in the first half with a hard-hitting 22 points that lead the Jaguars to victory. Jordan Loveridge netted an incredible 30 points with double 3-pointers for the Jaguars.

PLEASANT GROVE 67, WESTLAKE 50: Pleasant Grove, behind Alan Hamson's 21 points and five blocks, proved too strong for Westlake. Zavon Jackson and Gabriel Jaco led Westlake with 14 points apiece.

TABIONA 58, DUGWAY 39: Cameron Van Tassell recorded the double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds for visiting Tabiona. Demont Nay put up 13 points with six rebounds, five assists and five steals for the Tigers.

LAYTON 57, WEST 39: Mike Hibbert scored a game high 19 points, and Layton used a 27-12 first half lead to earn the win. Devin Price netted 15 points for West in the losing effort.

WENDOVER 59, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 35: Weston Wadsworth scored a game high 10 points, and Wendover went unmatched in the first half to build a comfortable lead.


SKY VIEW 58, TIMPANOGOS 54: Jalen Moore netted 23 points while Riley Knowles and Casey Oliverson chipped in 14 and 12 points, respectively in the win for Sky View. The Bobcats capitalized on a large free throw discrepancy, knocking down 23-of-34 freebies.

KEARNS 58, ROY 53: Kearns, led by Dayon Goodman's 26 points, used a strong fourth quarter to grab a win over Roy at home.

TIMPVIEW 71, WASATCH 66: Wasatch made a furious run in the fourth quarter behind six 3-pointers but fell just short to Timpview. Taylor Roy led three Timpview players in double figures with 15 points.

WEST SIDE, IDAHO 54, RICH 48: West Side scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to pull away from Rich in a nail-biter. Braken PInter scored 13 points in the loss for the Rebels.

WHITEHORSE 54, CUBA, N.M. 36: Whitehorse scored 22 points in the second quarter to blow past Cuba. Karl Holly and Tavis Martin combined for 37 points in the win.

GUNNISON 67, ROWLAND HALL 51: Braden Harris led four Gunnison players in double figures in the victory over Rowland Hall. Wesley Austin had a great insided game for Rowland Hall scoring 22 points.

BEAVER 63, MAESER PREP 51: Michael Roberts led all scorers with 17 points, and Beaver knocked down nine 3-pointers as a team to defeat Maeser Prep on the road. Braxton Williams also had a great night, netting 16 points in the winning effort.

GREEN RIVER, WYO. 62, UNION 41: Jonathan Wood finished with 10 points, but Union had no answer for Green River, Wyo. in the Flaming Gorge Classic.

CHEYENNE EAST, WYO. 64, UNION 61: A furious fourth quarter by Union cut the lead to two, but behind clutch free-throw shooting, Cheyenne East held on for the win. Hunter Hullinger lead Union with 21 in the 17th annual Flaming Gorge Classic.

NORTH SANPETE 75, MANTI 60: Rhett Bird went off for 27 points, and North Sanpete outscored visiting Manti 52-28 in the second half to earn the win. Bird also shot a perfect 17-for-17 from the free throw line, and the Hawks finished 21-for-24 as a team.

NORTH SUMMIT 80, NORTH SEVIER 78: Keegan McQueen's last second lay-up captured the win for North Summit. The lay-up was two of McQueen's 17 point on the night. Makay Fristrup led North Summit with 26 points and grabbed eight rebounds.

WASATCH ACADEMY 63, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 56: Layton Christian attempted a comeback in the second quarter but couldn't make up for the first as Wasatch Academy stood their ground. Fred Krajacic shined with 21 points and triple 3-pointers, while Cody John had 17 with double 3-pointers.

DUCHESNE 58, GRAND 50: Duchesne broke a deadlock in the third quarter, outscoring Grand by eight points which ultimately proved to be the difference. Trevon Spencer scored 14 points and Braiden Despain chipped in 11 points for the Eagles.

SOUTH SUMMIT 65, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 46: Mitchell Bonner netted a game high 20 points, and South Summit rallied to win every quarter after falling behind by one point at the end of the first quarter. Matt Rydalch added 17 points in the Wildcats victory.

ALTAMONT 83, MOUNT VERNON 54: Randy Sorensen went off for 26 points and one 3-pointer, and Altamont led 50-25 at halftime to cruise to a lopsided win. Ali Sharifzadeh led all scorers with 29 points and five 3-pointers, but couldn't get Mount Vernon on top in the loss.

MANILA 43, KEMMERER, WYO. 41: Manila continued it's dominance with another narrow win over Kemmer, Wyo. to stand at 6-0 on the season. Tyler Asay and Jared Briggs combined for 26 points in the win.

UINTAH 68, MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYO. 49: Uintah preserved the win on the road against Mountain View. Brady Davis added 15 points, all being 3-pointers, while Beau Choffin also netted 15.

COPPER HILLS 73, LIAHONA 36: Bryson Allen and Tyler Lazenby each scored 16 points for Copper Hills in the lopsided win at home. The Grizzlies dominated the entire game, including a 21-7 first quarter run that left Liahona in the dust.


Girls basketball


ESCALANTE 46, VALLEY 42: Escalante nudged its way to a four-point victory against Valley. Kyra Milligan was 5 for 5 for 3-point range for Escalante, while Brittney Frost netted 15 points for the Moquis.

BRYCE VALLEY 55, PIUTE 45: Bryce Valley started out the game with a lingering first quarter which lead to their win. Whitni Syrett wowed the crowd with 24 points, while Shelby Cornforth had 16 with a single 3-pointer.

WAYNE 49, MILFORD 42: Sarah Taylor scored 12 points to lead Wayne to a victory over Milford. Wayne attempted 24 fewer free throws than Milford and made 10 fewer but still managed to get the win.


BEAVER 33, DELTA 32: In a back-and-forth game throughout, Beaver eked out the narrow victory at the Sevier Valley Center as Macail Wood led the way with 12 points and Rachel Roberts chipping in with 10.

CARBON 31, CANYON VIEW 28: Carbon built a 22-12 lead on Canyon View through three quarters and then withstood a late rally to hold on for the victory at the Sevier Valley Center. Taylor Porter led Carbon with 16 points on four 3-pointers.

JUAB 35, WASATCH 33: Tessa Bradford scored 12 points to lead Juab to the narrow victory over Wasatch at the Sevier Valley Center.

CEDAR 58, MORGAN 39: Cedar's second quarter efforts gave it the boost it needed for the 19-point victory over Morgan. Tara Shipp led the way with 14 points including one 3-pointer. Madison Alger added nine points for Cedar on three 3-pointers.

KANAB 41, NORTH SUMMIT 30: Kanab came out on top to defend their home court against North Summit. Calli Jackson scored 19 points while Kaytee Glover added nine for the Cowboys.

ENTERPRISE 50, NORTH SEVIER 35: Taylor Phelps led all scorers with 22 points and three 3-pointers, and Enterprise used a 23-13 run in the fourth quarter to slip past North Sevier.

NORTH SANPETE 36, SOUTH SEVIER 31: Taylor Gordon dropped in a game high 15 points, and North Sanpete were able to rebound from a sluggish second quarter to take control of the game. Paige Francks netted 12 points for the Hawks, who moved to 4-3 on the season.

RICHFIELD 54, SOUTH SUMMIT 38: Richfield opened the game on a 32-10 run and coasted to victory in the second half. Sloane Roundy led three Richfield players in double figures with 19 points.

DAVIS 50, WOODS CROSS 43: Davis took full advantage from the foul line to propel their selves to the win. Krysta Eskelson lead the team with 12 points, while Courtney Hurst added nine with a single 3-pointer.

GRANGER 49, COPPER HILLS 47: Granger's strong first half became the winning factor against Copper Hills' comeback attempt in the fourth quarter. Caroline Yorgason scored 17 points , while Madison Peterson added 12 for the Lancers.

RICH 50, RIVERTON, WYO. 23: Rich heated it up in the second half more than doubling Riverton's final in the end. Courtney Lamborn carried the weight offensively with an impressive 26 points, while Tristin Bowers added ten.

COTTONWOOD 42, HILLCREST 36: Despite Hillcrest's chances at free throws, Cottonwood came out on top with the win. Both Tina Hosea and Kari Uncles scored a hard-hitting 16 points with double 3-pointers.

BRIGHTON 42, MOUNTAIN VIEW 38: Lindsey Johnson scored 17 points and knocked down three treys to guide Brighton to a 4-point win over Mountain View. The Bengals came out quickly, outscoring the Bruins 15-8 in the opening period, proving to be the difference down the stretch.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 41, ROWLAND HALL 36: Jen Eyre and Abby Moore netted a combined 25 points to help ICS to the narrow victory over top ranked Rowland Hall. The Lions managed to pull off a 19-9 third quarter run to earn the win.

HUNTER 34, UINTAH 30: Hunter kicked into gear and passed up Uintah's intimidating first half to clinch the win. Vicki Leakehe shined with 16 points, while Ashley DeLaMare added 10 for the Wolverines.

BOUNTIFUL 51, OLYMPUS 32: Bountiful opened the game on a 17-3 run behind Taylor Boroson's 14 points and coasted to victory over Olympus.

GUNNISON 37, WATERFORD 29: Gunnison hit the ground running with the lead in the first quarter and sealed the win with an even more powerful fourth. Both Madee Christenson and Sara Brown lead the team with 13 points.

ROY 64, SODA SPRINGS, IDAHO 60: Bryce Mitchell led three Roy players in double figures with 25 as Roy outlasts Soda Springs in overtime.

TABIONA 36, DUGWAY 34: Shantay Strebel led Tabiona with 20 points and 11 rebounds to record the double-double in the narrow victory over Dugway. The Tigers turned the tables in their favor after a 12-3 third quarter run that put the visiting team up eight points going into the fourth quarter.

SYRACUSE 62, SKYLINE 51: Makenlee Williams netted 21 points, and Syracuse kept their record perfect with the 11-point victory on the road. Miquelle Askew recorded a double-double 27 points and 11 rebounds in the Skyline loss.

GREEN RIVER 49, GRAND 23: Michaela Hughes and Jamie Johnson scored 19 and 14 points respectively to lead Green River to a runaway victory. The Pirates were extremely stingy on defense, holding Grand to six points or fewer in three quarters.

WEST JORDAN 56, WEST 39: Kim Evans helped West Jordan pick up it's first win of the season with 20 points, as the Jaguars tore off for a 21-8 fourth quarter run. As a team West Jordan managed to shoot 22-for-28 from the free throw line in the lopsided win.

WESTLAKE 48, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 39: Shannon Jenson had 16 points with two 3-pointers, and Westlake handed Maple Mountain it's first loss of the season with the win. The Thunder went on a 21-8 fourth quarter run that sealed the upset win at home.

AMERICAN FORK 63, GILLETTE, WYO. 58: American held off a 22-14 run by Gillette, Wyo. in the fourth quarter to pick up a victory over the third-ranked team in Wyoming. Ashley Baugh led the way with 19 points while Cassidy Fraughton added 13 points.

LONE PEAK 53, SNOW CANYON 41: Lone Peak gave Snow Canyon a chance at the win with free throws, but ultimately couldn't catch up to the Knights. Cami Simons added ten points to the board, while Mikayla McHesney netted nine.

TIMPANOGOS 56, HERRIMAN 45: Timpanogos played a close game until the fourth quarter when they took charge and clenched the victory. Eternity Galei netted 19 points with triple 3-pointers for the Timberwolves.

LAYTON 63, EAST 29: Layton went 16 of 16 from the foul line and coasted to an easy win over East. Courtnee Wood led Layton with 18 points, seven rebounds and seven steals.

JACKSON HOLE, WYO. 46, MANILA 26: Jackson Hole, Wyo. jumped out to big lead after the first half and cruised from that point forward. Janell Reed had a game-high 11 points in the loss for Manila.

UNION 37, DUCHESNE 32: Union, behind Suzy Van Dyke's 11 points, earned a close win over Duchesne at home.

PANGUITCH 43, WELLS, NEV. 39: Katelyn Parkin earned player of the game and led Panguitch to a win with 14 points and Natashia Barney chipped 12 points for Panguitch.

SKY VIEW 57, FREMONT 55: Sky View finished the game with a 21-13 fourth quarter run to upset top-ranked Skyline. Whitney Alvey led the Bobcats with 15 points, while Kendra Falslew and Tara Goldman combined for 20 Sky View points.

DIXIE 58, ALTA 52: A total of eight quarters were played in which Dixie stuck out as the victor after butting heads with Alta in four overtimes. Kelsey McCann lead the team with 18 points and a single 3-pointer, while Elizabeth Thompson added double 3-pointers.