VIEWMONT 36, GRANGER 33: Caitlyn Larsen and Isabella Swan each had six steals, and Viewmont escaped with the narrow region win despite a sluggish night offensively. Larsen finished with 15 points and five rebounds.
HUNTER 41, KEARNS 38: Hunter stole a victory away from Hunter behind 27 points from Dezz Ramos.
TAYLORSVILLE 64, WEST 23: Siu Loamanu scored a game-high 15 points, and Taylorsville used a 33-14 lead at halftime to cruise to the the region victory.
DESERT HILLS 44, CANYON VIEW 29: Blair Bliss scorched the nets for 17 points, and Desert Hills continued its region dominance with the 15-point victory at home. The Thunder shot 15-for-21 from the free-throw line as a team.
DIXIE 55, HURRICANE 50: Dixie rallied to a 20-12 fourth-quarter advantage to force overtime at Hurricane. The Flyers used the momentum in extra time with a 7-2 run.
SNOW CANYON 53, CEDAR 39: Snow Canyon used a 15-4 second-quarter run to ease into another region victory. Autumn Shipp led the Warriors with 14 points.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 64, UINTAH 34: Kailie Quinn finished with a game high 23 points, and Judge picked up it's first region win of the season over struggling Uintah.
OGDEN 48, TOOELE 28: Morgan Jones recorded the double-double with 10 points and 11 steals to help Ogden to the region win. The Tigers made a 19-0 run in the third quarter to cruise to the final result.
BEN LOMOND 38, GRANTSVILLE 29: The Scots quadrupled Grantsville in the third quarter and Taylor Hughes led all scorers with 12 points.
MORGAN 60, BEAR RIVER 41: McKenzie Schenk netted 24 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, recording the double-double to help Morgan to another region victory. Bear River was outscored in every quarter in its first region loss on the season.
MILFORD 45, VALLEY 30: Milford, behind 14 points from Kennedy Netto, picked up a road win over Valley.
PIUTE 38, PANGUITCH 35: Piute was able to edge Panguitch by making six more foul shots. Shaylee Gleave led the way for the T-Birds.
BRYCE VALLEY 51, WAYNE 47: Whitni Syrett scored a game-high 22 points, and Bryce Valley got some help with the 3-point shooting of sisters Janette and Makelle Pollock to earn the win. The Mustangs finished the game on a 21-10 run.
TABIONA 50, ALTAMONT 43: Tabiona outscored the home team 21-5 in the third quarter, and were led by Kaelynn Brown's 22 points and six rebounds. Altamont rallied for a 19-9 fourth quarter that fell just short in the region loss.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 57, ROWLAND HALL 34: ALA led 35-13 through three quarters behind 19 points from Dalila Rodriquez to pick up the road win. As a team, the Eagles shot an impressive 10-for-13 from the free-throw line.
NORTH SEVIER 45, WATERFORD 32: North Sevier doubled up Waterford in the first and third quarters, and was able to defend its home court with the win. Jeannie Woller finished with 14 points for the Wolves.
RICHFIELD 36, BEAVER 30: Sammi Beck led Richfield to victory with 13 points and three 3-pointers.
RIVERTON 59, STANSBURY 32: Lauren Bond came off the bench to score 10 points for Riverton. The Silverwolves led 30-9 at the half, and cruised to a lopsided win.
GUNNISON 54, MAESER PREP 27: BrieAnn Peterson and Sara Brown combined for 25 points, and Gunnison held Maeser to under 10 points in each quarter to earn the win on it's home court.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 38, DUGWAY 32: Jen Eyre and Abby Moore combined to score 29 of Intermountain Christian's 38 points to lead the Lions to victory.
SYRACUSE 71, BINGHAM 49: Makenlee Williams led the Syracuse offense with 18 points, and the Titans opened the game up with a 21-9 first quarter to down visiting Bingham. Brittney Martin finished with 15 points and seven assists for Syracuse.
ENTERPRISE 42, ALAMO, NEV. 37: Taylor Phelps led Enterprise with 14 points to help her team pick up the road win. The Wolves finished the game on a 13-9 fourth-quarter run.
BRIGHTON 63, HILLCREST 47: Brighton dominated the second half, and Ashley Cruz went 7-for-10 from the 3-point line to help the Bengals to the win. Whitney Lott recorded the double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds in the Hillcrest loss.
NORTH SANPETE 67, EMERY 66: North Sanpete finished the game strong behind 20 points from Taylor Gordon. Jacey Dunn added 16 points for the Hawks, and neither team could convert from the free throw line.
WEBER 58, SKY VIEW 42: Chantil Martin led all scorers with 19 points, and Weber finished the game on a 20-12 run to pick up the win. Erin Reichle and Kristine Broome combined for 24 Warrior points.
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