Roundup of Tuesday's boys and girls basketball games across the state:
CLEARFIELD 52, HILLCREST 43: Marquis Jones lead the team with 11 points while Jordan Newby tossed in 10 points with two 3-pointers for the win against the Huskies.
COTTONWOOD 49, OLYMPUS 47: Bredan Guzman had the hot-hand for Cottonwood, netting 24 points to lift the visiting team to victory. Guzman managed to drain five 3-pointers for the Colts.
MURRAY 56, TAYLORSVILLE 49: In a back-and-forth battle, Murray emerged the victor thanks in part to Nathan Aland who scored 16 points. Chase Topham added to the Spartans' cause with 12 points while the Warriors' Jevin Warren led all scorers with 20 points in the loss.
WEBER 73, ROY 43: Hayden Schenck torched the nets for 35 points as Weber dominated from start to finish in the lopsided road victory.
SHIPROCK, N.M. 54, SAN JUAN 52: While on the road, San Juan was unable to pick up a victory as Shiprock scored a last second layup to go-ahead. Logan Meyer was outstanding for the Broncos, scoring 18 points and adding 10 rebounds and seven steals.
MOUNTAIN CREST 52, FREMONT 38: Tanner Knowles finished with 16 points, including four 3-pointers, while Faimafili Laulu-Pututau dropped in 13 points with four assists to lead Mountain Crest past Fremont.
DAVIS 62, ALTA 53: Jesse Wade scored 17 points while Cole Hally and Zac Fuller each scored 14 to lead Davis past Alta in a battle of ranked 5A teams. Braden Koelliker also had a good game for the Darts with 11 points and 9 boards.
BINGHAM 79, BOUNTIFUL 69: Brandon Morley tallied 26 points with 14 rebounds in the Miners' win. Braxton McKee scored 15 with three three-pointers.
CARBON 71, UNION 58: After a close first half, Carbon turned up the heat, outscoring Union by 17 in the second half. Carbon's Bryce Blackburn led all scorers with 22 points while Jordan Blanc and Dakota Cisneros added 19 and 12 points respectively. Between the three players they had nine three-pointers.
HURRICANE SOPHS 59, DIAMOND RANCH 31:
MOUNTAIN VIEW 72, LEHI 65: While Jayce Hill gave Mountain View a spark by scoring 10 points in the first quarter, Manuel Ortiz Fernandez closed the game out, sinking 10-of-11 free throws in the fourth quarter. Blake Cleveringa had a stellar game for Lehi in the loss, scoring 32 points on six treys.
GRAND 59, GREEN RIVER 47: Dale Thomas scored 19 points and Brett Walker added 11 as Grand improved to 2-0 with the victory at Green River.
SPRINGVILLE 57, PARK CITY 48: Bradley Kitchen led all scorers with 23 points, while teammate Dawson Pedersen added 11 points to help Springville survive Park City at home.
PROVO 40, PAYSON 30: Wesley Bosco and Cole Gordon combined for 25 points, as the visiting Bulldogs managed to hand Payson its first loss of the season.
TINTIC 60, WATERFORD 46: Travis Green showered the net with four 3-pointers on top of 14 points while McKade Holman tossed in 15 points for the win against the Ravens.
BOX ELDER 53, NORTHRIDGE 44: Despite making three less total field goals, Box Elder came out with the victory by hitting 19 free throws compared to Northridge which made three. Kaylee Rapp and Megan Sutton combined for 26 points for the Bees while the Knights' Sydnee Acord had 22 points in the loss.
TIMPVIEW 47, NORTH SANPETE 45: Lauryn Dela Cruz scored 19 points with a 3-pointer to lead the T-Birds to the narrow win on the road.
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