BEN LOMOND 45, OGDEN 37: Ben Lomond kept itself high in the Region 11 standings with a home win over Ogden. Josh Hardin led the Scots with 15 points.
PAYSON 61, NORTH SANPETE 47: Clint Bateman led all scorers with 20 points, and Payson picked up a second consecutive region win of the season. Tanner Newbold added 17 points, with three 3-pointers in the victory.
CARBON 67, SPANISH FORK 58: Two players recorded a double-double in the Carbon region win. Dakota Cisneros relayed 11 assists and 11 points, while Derek Young grabbed 14 rebounds and netted 11 points. Clay Banks and Hayden Nielsen combined for 23 points in the Spanish Fork loss.
DELTA 69, JUAB 51: Austin Albers poured in 16 points as Delta defended its home court.
BEAVER 62, KANAB 55: Beaver led the entire game, picking up their second region victory on the season. Tyler Roberts and Braxton Williams combined for 32 points in the win with 16 apiece, and teammate Dallon Blackner netted 14 points.
PAROWAN 52, MILLARD 49: Justin Hulet led Parowan to the narrow victory with 16 points and two 3-pointers. Teammate Caleb Murphy snagged 11 points in the win.
WATERFORD 63, ROWLAND HALL 48: Waterford had four players in double-figures as they picked up the victory over Rowland Hall. Muffi Hunt led with 18 points, while Ben White, Alec Monson and Seth Monson combined for an additional 39 points for the Ravens.
NORTH SUMMIT 76, MAESER PREP 28: North Summit outscored Maeser Prep 47-14 going into halftime. Keegan McQueen led with 14 points, while Makay Fristrup added 13.
SOUTH SEVIER 77, GRAND 50: Race Parsons led all scorers with 28 points, and South Sevier combined for 14 3-pointers on the night to down Grand. The Rams led 40-14 at the half, and were able to cruise to the region victory.
SAN JUAN 60, RICHFIELD 49: San Juan looked like a contender in region as the Broncos had their way with visiting Richfield. Logan Meyer and Barkley Christensen orchestrated the upset by scoring 19 and 17 points respectively.
MANTI 60, NORTH SEVIER 48: Brady Aste and Jamen Miller each scored 16 points, and Manti earned it's first region win of the season with the victory at home. The Templars were able to shoot 12-for-14 from the free throw line as a team to down North Sevier.
WASATCH ACADEMY 64, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 25: Wasatch Academy opened the game with a 22-4 run to help themselves cruise to the lopsided win. Cody John and Fred Krajacic each scored 15 points for the home team.
WHITEHORSE 74, NAVAJO MOUNTAIN 35: Karl Holly and Tavis Martin each scored 20 points to lead Whitehorse in the big win on the road. Tyrone Killsontop also put together an impressive performance, scoring 11 points in only three and a half minutes.
GREEN RIVER 46, PINNACLE 40: The Pirates took care of business on the road behind 24 points from Justin Johnson.
MONTICELLO 92, MONUMENT VALLEY 41: Monticello had 11 different players score as it pounded Monument Valley to open region play. Gunner Hollingsworth led the way with 19 points.
DUCHESNE 43, TABIONA 39: Josh Hanberg scored his four points in the last minute of the game to give Duchesne the win over Tabiona. Hanberg scored on a break-away lay-up with 20 seconds remaining, and iced the game moments later by knocking down two free-throws.
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