RICHFIELD 53, GRAND 10: Richfield faced weak opposition, leaving room for the majority of the team to score at least once. The Wildcats ended the game with a 43-point lead. Megan Bean lead the team with 15 points.
WHITEHORSE 64, PINNACLE 28: Whitehorse dominated the whole game as it came out fast and finished strong. Shaundeen Filfred led three other Raiders, who scored double figures, with 14 points.
RICH 70, ALTAMONT 14: Alisa Petersen scored a game high 18 points, and Rich held it's opponent to just six points through three quarters to pick up the region win.
DUCHESNE 52, MANILA 32: Duchesne dominated the first half 27-7, and Baylee Thompson netted 17 points to help her team to a region win.
DAVIS 44, VIEWMONT 32: Davis took advantage of poor shooting for Viewmont, 22 percent, and Courtney Hurst led the Darts with 15 points.
GUNNISON 56, ROWLAND HALL 30: Gunnison were able to hold Rowalnd Hall to just nine points in the second half, and Sara Brown netted 15 points for the Bulldogs.
ROY 65, HIGHLAND 33: Roy sealed their 32-point win with a productive fourth quarter that added to an already impressive lead. Kaitlyn Hurley shined on the court with 17 points and two from downtown, while Jordynn Barrera netted 14.
WEST JORDAN 39, MURRAY 17: Kim Evans and Lejla Hadzialijagic combined for 27 points to lead the Jaguars past a struggling squad from Murray.
MONUMENT VALLEY 61, SAN JUAN JV 47: Cassidy led Monument Valley to victory with 20 points. Destinee Holiday added 11 points in the win.
OLYMPUS 59, HUNTER 55: Rachel VanderToolen and Jennifer Nichols combined for 39 Olympus points to help the visiting team to victory. Hunter rallied behind 28 points from Dezz Ramos, but came up just short.
HERRIMAN 39, CLEARFIELD 37: Herriman capitalized on Clearfield turnovers to administer an impressive comeback in the fourth quarter. Points were hard to come by in this contest as Torie Bradshaw had a game-high 9 points.
WESTLAKE 65, LEHI 44: Westlake took advantage of Lehi's slow start to pick up the road victory. Jessica Benson and Shannon Jenson each scored 18 to lead the Thunder. Beth Beeston was a bright spot for Lehi as she knocked down four 3-pointers on her way to scoring 16 points.
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