DAVIS 57, SYRACUSE 52: Syracuse cut the Davis lead to two with about six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, but the Darts were able to regain composure and carried it through to the end. Davis were also graced by countless trips to the charity stripe. Karter Chisholm and Braden Koelliker combined for total of 25 points.
NORTHRIDGE 57, LAYTON 47: Jacob Bigler had 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Kade Petersen of Layton led all scorers with 23 points. Northridge used tough defense as the main component in the Knights 10 point victory over Layton.
FREMONT 51, WEBER 38: Brock Smith and Rowdy Stucki each scored 12 points, and Fremont handed Weber it's first loss since mid-December and it's first region loss. Weber could not recover from a 9-point deficit at the halftime.
VIEWMONT 63, GRANGER 53: Viewmont outlasted Granger in what was a competitive game throughout. McKay Butler led the Vikings with 15 points, while his teammate Hayden Heath was right behind with 14 of his own. Granger's Mo Valladolid knocked down five 3-point shots on his way to netting a game-high 17 points.
WEST 61, TAYLORSVILLE 49: West could not be stopped coming out of halftime, outscoring Taylorsville 17-7. Gordon Vetas's game high 23 points, including three 3-pointers, led the way for Panthers.
WEST JORDAN 66, COTTONWOOD 36: Jordan Loveridge led three West Jordan players in double-figures with 23 points, as the Jaguars pounded Cottonwood. Jaden Jackson added 16 points while Jordan Pryor scored 14 points.
JORDAN 65, BRIGHTON 63: After a tough regulation game, Jordan came out with the narrow victory in overtime. Ryan Nemelka and Mark Kruger combined for 28 points for the Beetdiggers.
ALTA 48, COPPER HILLS 41: Jarett Anderson netted 18 points, and Alta tore off on a 22-13 fourth quarter run to slip past Copper Hills in region play. Bryson Allen led all scorers with 19 points in the Grizzlies loss.
AMERICAN FORK 62, LEHI 58: American Fork used a 15-8 run in the second quarter to build a comfortable lead, and were able to march to the region win. Zac Hunter led the Cavemen with 18 points, while Quincy Bair added 15 points. Lehi rallied for a 25-17 fourth quarter run in the narrow loss.
LONE PEAK 57, RIVERTON 39: Nick Emery knocked down five 3-pointers on his way to 23 points, while Talon Shumway added 19 points with three 3-pointers of his own for Lone Peak.
PLEASANT GROVE 47, BINGHAM 43: Alan Hamson and Nathan Sampson both scored 11 points, and Pleasant Grove held strong defensively to pick up the region win over struggling Bingham. The Vikings shot a solid 19-for-24 from the free throw line.
MOUNTAIN CREST 69, LOGAN 55: Famafili Laulu Pututau, with a game high 18 points, led the way for the Mustangs. Tyler Crosbie added 17 including three 3-pointers.
BONNEVILLE 45, BOX ELDER 44: Bonneville were able to hang onto victory, as Shad Watson missed a tough 3-pointer near the end of the game. Quinton Larson made three 3-pointers on his way to 13 points to led the Lakers. Watson ended the night with 14 points for the Bees.
SKY VIEW 50, ROY 44: Sky View started off its region campaign with an important win over Roy on the road. Casey Oliverson highlighted the win with a game-high 16 points.
HIGHLAND 61, CYPRUS 41: Cyprus didn't give Highland very much trouble as the Rams put the Pirates on the shelf early. David Divver led all scorers with 20 points.
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