WASATCH 55, STANSBURY 42: Rebecca MaWhinney lead the team with a pair of 3-pointers on top of 22 points while Hailey Hardman trailed with 13 points, also with a pair of 3-pointers.
BRIGHTON 50, GRANGER 44: In a closely-fought battle, Lindsey Johnson and Maddy Chin led the Bengals to victory as they scored 15 and 12 points, respectively. Granger's Lile Havili led all scorers with 19 points in the loss.
EMERY 40, CARBON 24: Shelby Allred tossed in 13 points with a pair of 3-pointers while Jeridi Price also fronted 13 points for the Spartans' win.
VIEWMONT 43, LAYTON 39: In a close match-up, Viewmont was able to get a road win thanks to a great fourth quarter in which it outscored Layton 17-10. Caitlyn Larsen had led the Vikings with 13 points while Tye Kauri added 10.
PAYSON 38, BEN LOMOND 29: Kaitelyn Hamilton scored a game-high 11 points, including a trio of 3-pointers to lift Payson over Ben Lomond. The Lions outscored the visitors 18-8 in the final quarter.
LOGAN 65, BEAR RIVER 56: In a closely fought game, Logan came out on top as each team had four players score in double-digits. Lauren Mott led the way for the Grizzlies with 15 points while Megan Mills and Serena Herrera were close behind with 14 and 13 points, respectively.
DAVIS 68, KEARNS 39: Mogan Hartvigsen led the Davis attack with 17 points, and the Darts managed to hold Kearns to under 10 points in each of the first three quarters. Tasha Ika scored 12 points in the loss.
MILFORD 54, GUNNISON 35: Chandler Rose scored 19 points and Kennedy Netto added 18 points as Milford took care of business against Gunnison
AMERICAN FORK 63, SYRACUSE 42: Maile Richardson scored 18 points to lead American Fork to the easy victory over Syracuse to improve to 2-0 on the season.
MANTI 36, SPANISH FORK 31: Mandee Christensen finished with 14 points, including four 3-pointers, as Manti earned its first win of the season with the road victory. Lizzy Palmer added nine points for the Templars.
TOOELE 41, HIGHLAND 30: Baylee Hansen finished with 10 points and six rebounds, while McKenzie Alvarez added seven points and seven rebounds in the 11-point victory.
PAROWAN 60, PIUTE 49: McKinsey Smith and Chennin Benson combined for 37 points, as Parowan started its season in the right direction with the victory. Kierra Gleave finished with 16 points in the Piute loss.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 64, SUMMIT ACADEMY 21: Kailie Quinn record her second consecutive triple-double with 19 points, 14 rebounds and 12 steals to lead Judge Memorial to the lopsided victory. Cathryn Hunt came off the bench to score two points in the victory at home.
MONTICELLO 20, GRAND 15: Monticello emerged from a very defensive battle with a victory thanks Brittany Kieth who led her team with eight points.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 47, MURRAY 29: While Maple Mountain played very well including having 26 steals as a team, it was Aleksa Gappmayer who stole the show. In addition to 25 points, Gappmayer nearly had a triple-double as she grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out nine assists.
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