Roundup of Tuesday's 60 high school boys and girls basketball games:
BRIGHTON 121, WEST 64: Travis Devashrayee had a game-high 21 points for the Bengals, who had five players score in double figures, to help Brighton get the home win against West Tuesday night.
EAST 64, HILLCREST 52: East started the season strong with a victory led by senior Parker Van Dyke, who scored 23 points. Mitch Grant added 14 points to the Leopards' cause while Andrew Reich led the Huskies with 17 points.
HERRIMAN 63, COTTONWOOD 46: Herriman heated up in the second half, as David Maynard tipped in 24 points while Francis Bernard finished with 15 points in the victory.
MURRAY 62, WEST JORDAN 50: Dylan Ross finished with 17 points, while Chase Topham added 16 points to lead Murray past West Jordan at home. Ross and Topham also combined for nine 3-pointers in the victory.
WOODS CROSS 55, SKYLINE 53: In an exciting season-opener for both teams, Woods Cross emerged with the victory thanks to a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by Brady Cowley. While Cowley was the hero for the Wildcats, Hayden Grant led the team with 21 points while Dylan Paulus had 18 for the Eagles, including four 3-pointers, in the loss.
SOUTH SEVIER 92, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 66: Race Parsons went off for a 38-point night, as South Sevier easily cruised past LCA in the Hall of Fame Game at the Sevier Valley Center. Trevor Jones and Austin Clark combined for 22 points as the defending 2A state champs knocked off the defending 1A champs.
SPANISH FORK 65, UINTAH 51: Gentry Robinson had 14 points and Hayes Hall added four 3-pointers to lift the Dons over the River Warriors on the road.
DAVIS 72, RIVERTON 60: Alex Morrell scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds while Braden Koelliker added 15 points and six rebounds as No. 3 Davis went on a big second half run to pull away from No. 4 Riverton. The Darts trailed by 10 points in the first half, but outscore the Silverwolves 47-35 in the second half to pull away for the win. Riverton's Stefan Holm led all scorers in the loss with 19 points.
KEARNS 53, SYRACUSE 51: Dayon Goodman led all scorers with 19 points, and Jarel Anderson managed to steal the ball in the final seconds to give Kearns the narrow victory at home. Darion Brown finished with 15 points in the victory.
BOUNTIFUL 67, NORTHRIDGE 66: Sam Merril led Bountiful to the impressive win on the road with 20 points while Jordan Bleak sunk 13 points for the Braves.
GRANTSVILLE 53, DELTA 50: Devin Adams led Grantsville to the overtime victory with 13 points, while Devon Arellano added 12 points with three 3-pointers in the narrow victory. Hunter Johnson led all scorers with 18 points in the Delta loss.
AMERICAN FORK 66, CARBON 48: Ryan Andrus led American Fork with 12 points, while Christian Wells contributed 11 points to lead the Cavemen. Dakota Cisneros finished with 14 points in the Carbon loss.
MOUNTAIN CREST 54, WASATCH 37: Jamison Webb and Faimafili Laulu-Pututau each netted 13 points to lead Mountain Crest past Wasatch. Tanner Knowles finished with 10 points, and Tyler Crosbie added nine more.
BEAVER 47, PIUTE 42: Braxton Williams had 17 points with two 3-pointers and Michael Roberts added 15 points and two of his own 3s to help lift the Beavers over the T-Birds.
WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 64, DUGWAY 42: Joe Giacchetti scored 38 of the Mustangs' 64 points to help pace West Ridge Academy over Dugway.
TABIONA 79, CONCORDIA PREP 15: Harley Westerman combined with Bailey Hogan and Stetson Hogan to score 39 points in the blowout win over Concordia Prep. Tabiona moved the ball well as its combined for 25 assists as a team. The Tigers also had 14 steals as a team.
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