JUAN DIEGO 58, CANYON VIEW 30: Alexa Mortenson scored 19 points and knocked down five 3-pointers while Monique Mills added 16 points and seven rebounds to lead the Soaring Eagle in the home victory.
VALLEY 35, WENDOVER 25: Valley marched to a 13-3 third quarter that was the difference in the game. Audrey Harris came off the bench in the fourth quarter to record four steals for the Buffaloes.
ALTA 52, LONE PEAK 45: Madyson Quigley torched the nets for 23 points, and Alta shook off an 0-2 start to pick up the road victory. Lyndsee Robinson had 12 points in the Lone Peak loss.
WASATCH 51, TOOELE 33: Rebecca MaWhinney shined on the court with 26 points and two 3-pointers in the Wasps' victory on the road.
GRANGER 52, NORTHRIDGE 21: Pela Tapusoa scored 17 points and hit three 3-pointers, and the Lancer defense held Northridge to just one point in the final quarter for the lopsided win.
SNOW CANYON 71, PAYSON 43: Amy Harris and Megan Leavitt both scored 17 points as Snow Canyon jumped out to an early 20-10 lead over Payson en route to the easy victory.
OREM 48, UINTAH 40: Tatiana Monsen shined on the court with 22 points and three 3-pointers for the Tigers' win on the road.
LAYTON 57, WOODS CROSS 19: Maddi Smith and Jaden Anderson shone for Layton in its blow-out victory over Woods Cross, as they scored 14 and 12 points respectively. Aubree Riddle led the Wildcats with 10 points, including two 3-pointers in the loss.
LOGAN 51, MOFFAT, COLO. 47: Logan pulled away with the win behind Megan Mills' 20 points, three 3-pointers and three steals. Lauren Mott had 13 points, 12 rebounds, and three steals in the tournament victory.
DESERT HILLS 49, RICHFIELD 39: Leading by 10 after the third quarter, Desert Hills held off Richfield for the victory. Blair Bliss led the Thunder with 19 points.
BINGHAM 49, DAVIS 36: Mackenzie Bruggeman and Sheradyn Parker combined for 18 points, and Bingham used a 32-8 first half advantage to cruise past Davis for the road victory.
BRIGHTON 60, SKYLINE 57: In a triple-overtime thriller, Brighton emerged victorious behind solid play from Maddy Chin and Linsey Johnson. Chin had 22 points while Johnson added 19 points and one 3-pointer. Sydnee Taylor had 25 points for Skyline in the loss.
HURRICANE 64, STANSBURY 47: Sela Falo and KC Gubler scored 21 and 19 points, respectively, and each had 10 rebounds to lead Hurricane in the win. The Tigers kicked it up a notch after halftime, scoring 46 of their 64 points in the second half.
SPANISH FORK 69, MILLARD 43: McKinley Brinkerhoff led Spanish Fork with 15 points, and Kenzi Branch and Kaylee Bott each added 11 points to the Dons' cause.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 46, JUAB 22: Aleksa Gappmayer scored a game-high 23 points, and added six steals to help Maple Mountain cruise past Juab.
PIUTE 46, GUNNISON 42: Shalyn Bagley led the Piute charge with 14 points, and the visitors held Gunnison to single-digit scoring in the second and third quarters to earn the win.
DIXIE 56, PINE VIEW 27: Dixie took a commanding 26-11 lead heading into halftime never looked back en route to the victory at the Page, Ariz. Tournament. Elizabeth Thompson led the way with 16 points and a pair of 3-pointers, while Kelsey McCann added 13 points.
GREEN RIVER 59, TABIONA 26: Michaela Hughes netted 20 points for Green River as the Pirates earned the lopsided victory.
DUCHESNE 53, TINTIC 22: Mashaylee Giles, Paige Ginn, and Shay Grant scored 12, 11, and 10 points, respectively, to lead the Eagles in the road win.
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