PANGUITCH 37, VALLEY 32: Panguitch drilled 18-21 free throws in a tight win over Valley. Tyce Barney led the Bobcats with 17 points.
BRYCE VALLEY 64, MILFORD 40: Bryce Valley pressured Milford throughout the game. Jake Pearson was effective with 20 points including three from behind the arc, while Eddie Dunham netted 14 for the Mustangs.
WAYNE 56, ESCALANTE 43: Wayne, behind 21 points from both Ty Rees and Zack Taylor, was able to take control of a tight game in the fourth quarter to win comfortably.
RICH 61, ALTAMONT 49: Braken Pinter and McKay Jarman combined for 37 points, and Rich used a 25-12 third quarter run to down Altamont in region play.
DUCHESNE 52, MANILA 37: Duchesne built an early lead, and were able to hold defensively to pick up its first region win of the season. Mike Dye scored a game high 17 points, knocking down three 3-pointers for the Eagles.
ROY 57, GRANGER 43: Roy, led by Brekkott Chapman's 19 points, coasted to victory over Granger. Chase Kunzler and Blake Toyn each added 11 points in the win.
AMERICAN FORK 58, SYRACUSE 38: American Fork hit the ground running in the beginning and maintained the lead until the end. Quincy Bair shined with 14 points including four from downtown, while Austin Waddoups added 12 to the board.
BOUNTIFUL 59, COTTONWOOD 41: Bountiful rolled over the Colts on the road thanks to 16 from Brock Yates and 12 from Tommy Lalli.
JORDAN 73, HUNTER 65: Jordan opened up the third quarter with a 14-0 run, and four players scored in double figures to help the home team. As a team the Beetdiggers shot an impressive 17-for-19 from the free throw line.
KEARNS 68, CYPRUS 38: Kearns had no trouble sinking the Pirates at home. Dayon Goodman earned a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Jordan Harvey was great on defense, grabbing six steals.
HIGHLAND 38, FREMONT 34: After trailing early, Highland turned up the pressure late in the game while shooting 10-for-13 from the free throw line. Brock Smith scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the Ram's win.
WOODS CROSS 52, HILLCREST 42: Hayden Grant scored 16 points to lead WXHS past the Huskies. The game was tied at the half but the Wildcats held a twelve point advantage at the end of the third quarter, which proved to be the difference.
WESTLAKE 53, LEHI 52: Lehi failed to score on two opportunities with under 18 seconds giving Westlake the victory. Zavon Jackson led Westlake with 21 points in the win.
WATERFORD 71, NORTH SEVIER 52: Waterford remained ahead through the game with little threat from the Wolves. Alec Monson wowed the crowd with an impressive 26 points including five from behind the arc, while Seth Monson added 16.
TINTIC 62, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 30: After an even first quarter, Tintic took control by outscoring West Ridge 24-0 in the second. Taylor Hurst and Travis Green led the Miners with 16 and 17 points, respectively. The pair also combined to knock down all five of Tintic's 3-point shots
WEBER 81, BOX ELDER 71: Hayden Schenck led the Warriors to their 10th win of the season with 24 points. Zak Mahas and Justin Nielsen also had a bug impact as they combined to score 31. Shad Watson led Box Elder in the loss with 24 points.
EAST 43, SKYLINE 42: Skyline had no answer for Parker Van Dyke who seemed to score at will on his way to 24 points. Van Dyke also knocked down three shots from downtown in East's narrow victory.
OLYMPUS 84, TAYLORSVILLE 57: Olympus went on a 21-2 run to end the first half and cruised to an easy victory. Olympus was paced by 30 points from Will Cannon.
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