JORDAN 68, HILLCREST 61: McKay Nilsson dropped in 18 points, including four from behind the arc to lead Jordan to the win at home. Brandon Pasker added 16 points in the Beetdiggers victory.
DAVIS 67, COTTONWOOD 43: Abel Porter's 16 points and Jesse Wade's 13 points paced visiting Davis to the easy victory over Cottonwood. The Darts outscored the Colts 43-14 over the middle two quarters.
LOGAN 52, CLEARFIELD 40: Logan's Jordan Larsen was on fire, scoring 19 points including four from behind the arch.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 49, SKYLINE 32: Judge broke away from the tie in the second half and stacked the points in the last quarter to finish with a breakaway win. Joe Cremer led the team with 18 points and three 3-pointers while Patrick Neville one with seven points and one 3-pointer.
SAN JUAN 83, PIEDRA VISTA, N.M. 62: Logan Meyer recorded a double-double with 25 points and 11 rebounds, and Barkley Christensen added 25 points with six rebounds in the lopsided San Juan victory.
SOUTH SEVIER 82, SUMMIT ACADEMY 52: Race Parsons scored 26 points and added nine rebounds while Austin Clark chipped in with 22 points and nine rebounds as South Sevier defeated Summit Academy.
PINE VIEW 70, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 46: Pine View jumped all over Moapa Valley in the first quarter, building a 24-6 lead en route to the easy victory. Jack Bangerter scored 15 points, and was one of four Panthers who scored in double figures.
RIVERTON 62, FREMONT 45: Richard Worsham led Riverton with 22 points and 10 rebounds while Stephan Holm had 15 points, three 3-pointers and eight rebounds.
CANYON VIEW 79, DELTA 71: Chad Corry and Nate Jarvis combined to score 35 points and hit eight 3-pointers to lead the Falcons in the high-scoring victory. Jordan Smith, Jaron Fowles, and Karson Brunson each reached double-digits for Delta in the loss.
KEARNS 58, TOOELE 50: Dayon Goodman led all scorers with 19 points, and helped Kearns to a 31-16 second half in the road victory. Justin Pollmann and Tyler Woodruff combined for 29 points in the loss.
NORTHRIDGE 79, CARBON 54: Jacob Bigler dropped in 29 points, including seven 3-pointers to lead Northridge past Carbon at the Bear River Winter Classic. Dallas Bond added 21 points with five 3-pointer in the Knights lopsided victory.
VIEWMONT 64, LAYTON 54: After a hard fought battle, Viewmont came out on top with a home victory. Jarom Tye had a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds, while McKay Richins and McKay Butler combined for 22 points.
MANTI 55, PAROWAN 27: Jared Schiess and Jamen Miller combined to score 26 points as Manti cruised to the victory over Parowan at the Sevier Valley Center. Manti played suffocating defense and limited Parowan to just 13 percent shooting from the field.
CEDAR 75, NORTH SANPETE 50: Kordan Nielson scored 16 points, one of five Cedar players to score in double figures, as it easily took care of business against North Sanpete at the Sevier Valley Center. Nielson added seven steals, while Mike Hourigan chipped in with 12 points and seven assists.
SPANISH FORK 62, DIXIE 53: In an intriguing match-up of the schools who played for the 3A football championship two weeks earlier, it was Spanish Fork who came out on top this time at the Sevier Valley Center. The Dons jumped out to a 17-6 first quarter lead as Ty Henry led the way with 14 points and Benson Rhees chipped in with 13.
STANSBURY 56, HURRICANE 47: Down eight at the half, Stansbury took control of the third quarter by outscoring Hurricane 23-11 en route to the victory. Stone Tia led the way with 19 points and six rebounds, while Ryan Robbins added 15 points.
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