Tuesday's prep boys and girls basketball roundups

Deseret News

Published: Tuesday, Feb. 7 2012 10:00 p.m. MST

Boys basketball


NORTHRIDGE 46, SYRACUSE 44: Northridge opened the game with an 11-2 run, and were able to hold defensively to prevent Syracuse from taking the game to overtime. Karson Casteel led the Knights with nine points in the region win.

WEBER 56, DAVIS 42: Weber's Hayden Schenck scored 24 points in the victory over Davis, while Jake Shaw added 14 points. Weber took advantage of a scoreless first quarter for the Darts, and shot an impressive 23-for-26 from the charity stripe.

FREMONT 53, LAYTON 49: Fremont captured a hard fought victory over Layton. Brock Smith led three Fremont players in double figures with 22 points, while Jordan Preatror added 14 points.


GRANGER 39, TAYLORSVILLE 27: Isaiah Tademy tallied 18 points on the night, and Granger shot an impressive 14-for-19 from the free throw line to earn the region win on the road.

VIEWMONT 75, HUNTER 55: Jarom Tye recorded the double double with 27 points and 12 rebounds, and Viewmont dominated the game from the start including a 14-7 second quarter rally.

KEARNS 53, WEST 33: Kearns went 26-for-30 from the free throw line as it raced past West to pick up the Region 6 victory. Dayon Goodman recorded a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Cougars.


BRIGHTON 58, COTTONWOOD 43: Brighton overpowered the Colts on the road with 17 points from Bryce Callahan and 16 from Brandon Miller in the lopsided region win.

ALTA 73, JORDAN 62: Alta, paced by Jarett Anderson's 21 points, defeated Jordan on the road. Dub Price added 16 points for the Hawks. Ryan Nemelka led all scorers with 22 points for the Beetdiggers.

WEST JORDAN 83, COPPER HILLS 79: West Jordan struggled on the road thanks in part to a wild and rowdy crowd from Copper Hills. Jordan Pryor of West Jordan knocked down a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game in to the first overtime where Copper Hills' Tyler Lazenby hit a three with only moments remaining to force the game in to the second overtime. The Jaguars took conrol during the second OT and hit their free throws down the stretch to preserve the win. Both Pryor and Lazenby ended the game with 26 points while Jordan Loveridge put in a game-high 27.


AMERICAN FORK 56, RIVERTON 53: American Fork avoided the upset behind 18 points from Zac Hunter. Austin Waddoups added 11 points for the Cavemen in the narrow region victory.

BINGHAM 76, LEHI 67: Lehi erased a big deficit, but could not overcome Bingham's great free throw and three point shooting. The Miners went 27 of 33 from the charity stripe, and all 17 of their fourth quarter points came from foul shots. Bingham also hit nine 3-pointers, of which Cody Benson hit seven. Benson finished the game with a game-high 32 points.

LONE PEAK 83, PLEASANT GROVE 48: Lone Peak earned another lopsided region win on the road with a blowout victory over Pleasant Grove.


WOODS CROSS 56, CYPRUS 50: Cyprus made a big push in the fourth quarter, but Woods Cross were able to deny the Pirates their first win of the season. Filipo Mokofisi led the Wildcats with 18 points, while Skyler Farnes added 14 of his own.

HIGHLAND 52, CLEARFIELD 34: Highland went 18-for-22 from the free throw line as it rolled past Clearfield. Max Bradshaw and Todd Connolly each scored 12 points to lead the Rams.