MANILA 60, ALTAMONT 40: Manila built a solid lead, and coasted to the easy win in the fourth quarter. Rustyn Burnside led the Mustangs with 11 points, while A.J. Olsen and Ben Rose each scored 10.
RICH 56, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 37: Braken Pinter scored 14 points, and 11 different players were able to notch points for Rich in the win at home. The Rebels led by 23 points at halftime, and were able to cruise to victory.
GUNNISON 44, SOUTH SUMMIT 41: Gunnison's 18-9 advantage in the fourth quarter was enough to deliver the Bulldogs a victory over an upset-minded South Summit team. Nik Roberts led the wining effort with 18 points.
ENTERPRISE 56, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 50: After a slow first half the Enterprise Wolves came out of halftime with a bang to beat Moapa Valley by six points. Enterprise's Ryan West led the way with 13 points including four steals.
SYRACUSE 72, DAVIS 43: Brittney Martin was explosive from the field, snagging 23 points, five steals and eight assists in the Syracuse victory. Jessica Richardson of Davis scored 14 points in the loss.
LAYTON 57, NORTHRIDGE 18: Layton proved to be too much to handle with a lopsided win over the Knights on the road. Amber Daly led the Lancers with 12 including two 3-pointers while Ashley Price and Livia Treseder each put in 10 of their own. Sydnee Acord and McKenzie Bindrup accounted for the majority of Northridge's points with six a piece.
WEBER 61, FREMONT 36: Erin Reichle sunk three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points in the Weber victory. Teammate Cheyenne Tanner was close behind, putting up 14 points for the Warriors.
AMERICAN FORK 64, LEHI 34: Cassidy Fraughton and Megan Eliason combined for 31 points as American Fork rolled over Lehi.
BOUNTIFUL 58, CLEARFIELD 35: Three Braves scored in double figures as Bountiful defeated Clearfield. Taylor Boroson, Kennedy Merrick, and Abby Wilson had 12 each in the large-margin victory.
CYPRUS 55, HIGHLAND 31: Cyprus had four players score in double digits in the victory, with Abby Barrett leading the way. Barrett finished with 13 while Marquessa Gilson had 12. Teammates Tori Dyson and Lori Parkinson combined for an additional 22 in the win.
WOODS CROSS 67, EAST 31: The hot hand of Aubree Riddle led to an easy win for Woods Cross. Riddle made five 3-pointers on her way to 17 points. The Wildcats ended the night with 11 3-pointers as a team.
SKYLINE 56, MURRAY 20: Murray could not keep pace with the Eagles as Skyline picked up a lopsided victory behind 27 points and 11 rebounds from Miquelle Askew. Ta'a Tuinei also had a nice game with 14 points and nine boards.
WESTLAKE 56, HERRIMAN 40: Westlake jumped out to an early lead and went on to snag the dominating victory despite a slight Herriman surge in the second. Shannon Jenson scored 23 points in the win.
HILLCREST 43, OLYMPUS 40: Hillcrest mounted a comeback with a 17-9 run in the fourth quarter. The run was led by Whitney Lott and Whitney Nemelka who combined to make seven straight free-throws. Lott ended the night with 18 points while Nemelka added 10 points.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 44, MOUNTAIN VIEW 30: Maple Mountain had a strong third quarter to solidify a victory over Mountain View. Aleksa Gappmayer and Sadie Williams combined for 23 points in the win.
SALEM HILLS 61, PROVO 23: Erica Egbert was the spark off the bench for Salem Hills, finishing with two 3-pointers and 10 total points. Georgia Agnew snagged 10 as well for Salem Hills.
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