Friday's prep boys and girls basketball roundups

Published: Friday, Jan. 6 2012 11:00 p.m. MST

Boys basketball


SPRINGVILLE 55, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 43: Springville tore off for a 25-11 run in the fourth quarter, and the Red Devils earned their first region victory on the season.

OREM 60, PROVO 49: Both teams started slow but Orem caught fire first and was able to knock down nine free throws down the stretch to hang on and win. Dalton Nixon led three Orem players in double figures with 14 points. Dallin Bosco led three Bulldogs in double figures with 12 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 46, TIMPVIEW 39: Mountain View bounced back in the second half with a greater force than Timpview's first two quarters. Brenden Abbott led the team with 17 points including one from behind the arc, while Kalin Curran added 10 to the board with the help of two 3-pointers.

TIMPANOGOS 59, SALEM HILLS 44: Salen Hills seemingly ran out of gas as Timpanogos pulled away in the final four minutes. Tyler Hamilton led the Timberwolves with 18 points.


DESERT HILLS 58, CANYON VIEW 43: Desert Hills steadily built its lead to earn a victory over Canyon View. Tyler Ott led Desert Hills with 12 points and eight rebounds.

HURRICANE 62, PINE VIEW 49: Colton Marshall and Taylor Parker scored 20 points apiece to lead Hurricane to a comfortable road win over Pine View.

DIXIE 48, CEDAR 47: Devin Bennett, who led Dixie with 16 points, knocked down two foul shots with 30 seconds to play to give the Flyers the decisive lead. The return of Walker Swenson from an injury sustained earlier in the season also provided a huge boost for Dixie. Swenson scored 11 points even though he saw limited action.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 65, UINTAH 52: Jacob Gondrezick torched the nets as he knocked down four 3-point shots on his way to scoring a game high 24. Alex Mancini and Patrick Neville did a great job cleaning up the glass, recording nine rebounds a piece.

WASATCH 61, PARK CITY 54: Park City's attempt at a comeback in the fourth couldn't make up for their weak performance in the first three. Jake Larson and Matt Pelo brought the heat with 17 points including three from downtown for Larson and one from Pelo.

UNION 58, JUAN DIEGO 49: Union led from start to finish in a home victory over Juan Diego. The Cougars received balanced scoring as three players reached double figures with Stephen Merrell and J.J. Morley leading the way with 12 points.


MORGAN 79, TOOELE 59: Jake Miles and Boston Saunders scored 21 and 20 points apiece to lead Morgan to a run-away victory over Tooele.

BEAR RIVER 58, GRANTSVILLE 34: Bear River put the Cowboys on the shelf early and coasted to victory during the fourth quarter. The Bears were very balanced on offense, but Riley Robbins led the offensive effort with 13 points.

OGDEN 62, STANSBURY 56: Anthony Sattiwhite nailed a jumper with four seconds left for Ogden to force overtime. Ogden went 6-6 from the line in overtime to capture the win.


SOUTH SEVIER 76, EMERY 55: South Sevier's offense exploded on the court in the first quarter and maintained the lead until the end. Race Parsons brought the heat with 20 points including two 3-pointers, while Patrick Baker netted 19.

RICHFIELD 42, GRAND 29: Richfield's stability throughout the game trumped Grand's heavy-hitting fourth quarter. Both Braden Hampton and Jordan Kemp lead the team with eight points and two 3-pointers.


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