DAVIS 65, VIEWMONT 57: The Darts put together a strong performance on the road to take down Viewmont. Jace Johnson led Davis with 21 points. Haden Heath of Viewmont also had a nice game, despite the loss, with a game-high 22 points.
LAYTON 53, MOUNTAIN CREST 35: A 14-5 second quarter run was all Layton needed to cruise to a much needed victory. Kade Petersen netted 12 points, while Colton Green and Marcus Kemp each added 11 points.
JUAB 50, PAROWAN 42: Juab finished the game on a 12-7 fourth quarter run to earn the win over visiting Parowan. Brayden Welburn netted 12 points, all 3-pointers for the Wasps.
GUNNISON 50, MAESER PREP 27: Gunnison made quick work of Maeser in the Bulldog's lopsided win on the road. Colby Caldwell led the way with 16 points and Ty Bartholomew was not far behind with 14.
HERRIMAN 51, RIVERTON 47: Herriman made some key free throws down the stretch to pick up the upset win over visiting Riverton. Jaden Rasmussen and Tanner McKissick combined for 30 Mustang points.
ALTA 38, BINGHAM 35: In another classic battle, Alta finished the game on a 12-8 run to down rival Bingham. Jarett Anderson netted a team high 12 points, and the Hawks shot 6-for-8 from the free throw line.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 46, ROWLAND HALL 30: Jordan Lamb put on a clinic, scoring 17 points and dishing out five assists as the Eagles took down the Winged Lions.
MANTI 66, NORTH SUMMIT 43: Manti started the game on fire in the first quarter and fed the flame in the third that left an unquestionable victory for the Templars. Brady Aste lead the team with 14 points including two 3-pointers, while Jamen Miller added ten to the board.
BRIGHTON 75, NORTH SANPETE 47: Brighton led 40-19 at the half, and followed that with a 27-16 third quarter run to down visiting North Sanpete. Brandon Miller scored a game high 21 points for the Bengals.
DELTA 54, MILLARD 40: Four players from Delta scored in double figures but Colin Christensen highlighted the effort with 21.
TABIONA 39, ST. JOSEPH 37: Tabiona pulled out a narrow win over the Jayhawks on the road thanks to 21 points from Demont Nay.
TIMPVIEW 60, MOUNTAIN VIEW 47: Mountain View led early, but was unable to stop Lani Maclennan from getting to the hoop. Maclennan finished the night with 30 points and Timpview earned the region win.
TIMPANOGOS 46, SALEM HILLS 45: Timpanogos dealt the SkyHawks their first loss of the season, after outlasting a late run from Salem Hills. Danielle Chapman, Mercedes Riggs, and Rachelle Warner all scored 10 points in the wining effort.
OREM 50, PROVO 44: Orem's 3-pointers gave it the leverage it needed to beat the Bulldogs. Brittany Harr shined on the court with 16 points including a shot from downtown, while Janalee Willmore netted 14.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 34, SPRINGVILLE 31: Maple Mountain built a small lead through three quarters and was able to hang on in the fourth. Kara Betts led the Stallions with eight point, and Malia Nawahine led Springville in a tough loss with 11 points.
WASATCH 56, PARK CITY 24: Wasatch maintained a strong lead throughout the game without much objection from Park City to leave with a 32-point victory. Rebecca MaWhinney lead the Wasps with 17 points including one from downtown, while Paige Kohler added 12 points to the board.
JUAN DIEGO 67, UNION 49: Juan Diego scorched the nets in the fourth quarter on a 20-10 run, and Dominique Mills scored a game high 17 points for the Soaring Eagle.
EMERY 57, SOUTH SEVIER 54: Emery started off its region campaign on the right foot with a win at home over the Rams. Jeridi Price and Kim Oldroyd made the difference in the game with their strong rebounding. Price also led the Spartans in scoring with 16 points.
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