HERRIMAN 57, COPPER HILLS 43: Francis Bernard and David Maynard posted 14 points apiece to lead the Mustangs in the road victory. Porter Hawkins totaled a game-high 18 points in the loss for Copper Hills.
SOUTH SUMMIT 83, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 55: Beau Rydalch scored 22 points and hit four 3-pointers and Porter Larsen had 22 points and three 3s to lead the Wildcats. Collin Greenhill scored nine points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the loss for Layton Christian.
BOX ELDER 54, SYRACUSE 51: Box Elder escaped with a narrow win as Shad Watson tossed in 20 points and two 3-pointers while Tyler Bate tipped in ten.
GUNNISON 48, GRAND 36: Gunnison shot 34 free throws compared to just seven foul shots for Grand, and Colby Caldwell had a game-high 17 points in the road win for the Bulldogs. Koi Cook and Brett Walker combined for 23 points in the loss for the Red Devils.
PROVO 63, WESTLAKE 51: Cole Gordon scored 18 points, Adam Finch added 16 points, and Wesley Bosco chipped in 15 as Provo pulled away from Westlake with a 16-9 fourth quarter to remain unbeaten on the season.
TIMPANOGOS 51, PAYSON 43: In front of a wild Payson crowd, Timpanogos was able to come up with the win thanks to a big fourth quarter. The Timberwolves outscored Payson by 11 in the final quarter which proved to be the difference. Trevor Schade led the Timberwolves with 16 points and two 3-pointers.
MANILA 42, MAESER PREP 40: Ben Rose finished with a game high 19 points, including five 3-pointers, and Manila used a 19-13 fourth-quarter run to seal the win at home.
TINTIC 85, MOUNT VERNON 26: McKade Holman had a big night, scoring 32 points to lift Tintic over Mount Vernon. Travis Green added 16 points in the Miners' victory.
ALTAMONT 68, ROCKWELL 59: Altamont's Dylan Lindsay led the team with 20 points and one 3-pointer while Khristian Cayias dumped in 13 points for the Longhorns' win.
BEAVER 53, BRYCE VALLEY 48: Beaver clinched the win after peaking in the third quarter as Braxton Williams tipped in 20 points with three 3-pointers while Michael Roberts added 12 points and one 3-pointer.
BOX ELDER 60, OLYMPUS 40: Megan Sutton and Lindsey Warner combined for 24 points, and Box Elder held Olympus to just 13 points in the first half to cruise to a third consecutive victory.
MONUMENT VALLEY 73, MANCOS, COLO. 29: Heidi Nelson led the way with 19 points as the Cougars rolled at the Dove Creek Invitational.
TIMPVIEW 57, HUNTER 17: Lauryn Dela Cruz and Lennon Mangum combined for 25 points, and Timpview held Hunter to single digits in all four quarters to earn the lopsided win at home.
SPRINGVILLE 67, HERRIMAN 42: Savannah Park scored 19 points and Malia Nawahine chipped in with 17 as Springville beat Herriman to improve to 2-0 early this preseason.
CLEARFIELD 44, CARBON 41: Kaitlyn Stratton hit the go-ahead 3-pointer in the final seconds of the game as Clearfield earned the win at home. Stratton finished the game with nine points.
RICH 43, NORTH SUMMIT 41: Alisa Petersen scored a game-high 26 points and led the Rebels in a narrow double-overtime victory. Kasidee Evans had 21 points and a 3-pointer in the losing effort for North Summit.
ROY 62, HIGHLAND 41: Kaitlyn Hurley led all scorers with 24 points while Jordynn Barrera registered 17 points to help Roy cruise past Highland for its first win of the season.
BOUNTIFUL 51, WESTLAKE 36: Jenny Skedros led Bountiful with 14 points on its way to a victory over Westlake. Kennedy Merrick and Tiana Dougher added 11 points each to the Braves' cause.
SKY VIEW 64, PLEASANT GROVE 51: Tara Goldman and Lindsay Jensen tossed in 13 points piece and Jensen tipping in three 3-pointers to lead the Bobcats over Pleasant Grove.
MILFORD 49, MONTICELLO 20: Tia Florence led all scorers with 12 points as Milford picked up the road win to remain a perfect 4-0 on the season.
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