Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Lone Peak rolled, Jordan and Pleasant Grove came down to the wire, and Kearns star Dayon Goodman was unstoppable. Here's a roundup of Tuesday's Utah Prep Hoops action.
LAYTON 81, WEST 61: The Lancers defeated the Panthers by 20 points. Denzel Latu scored 13 points with three 3-pointers.
LONE PEAK 79, COTTONWOOD 37: Erik Mika poured in 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds as No. 1 Lone Peak easily took care of business against Cottonwood to improve to 3-0 this season. T.J. Haws added 20 points on four 3-pointers for the Knights.
WOODS CROSS 53, BONNEVILLE 43: Hayden Grant scored 15 points and eight additional Wildcats scored to lead Woods Cross in the balanced effort. Dakota Buckway led all scorers with 18 points and hit four 3-pointers in the loss.
JORDAN 78, PLEASANT GROVE 73: Brandon Pasker led the Beetdiggers with a game-high 24 points, while Chandler Smith, Jonas Jones, and McKay Nilsson combined to score 44 more in the Jordan victory. Forrest Pincock led the Vikings' effort with 24 points and two 3-pointers in the loss.
ROY 65, UINTAH 24: Brekkott Chapman tallied a game-high 20 points as Roy cruised to the home victory.
RIVERTON 61, JUDGE MEMORIAL 53: Coming out of halftime, Riverton outscored Judge 10-3 in a battle of top 20 teams. Richard Worsham led the way with 17 points, while Stephan Holm added 14 points with two 3-pointers.
SAN JUAN 69, WHITEHORSE 29: Every player on the San Juan roster scored, led by Logan Meyer who had 15 points and six rebounds.
CYPRUS 44, GRANGER 37: Connor Squire scored 12 points, Richard Otero added 11, and the Pirates held Granger to just one point in the overtime period for their first win of the season.
KEARNS 65, FREMONT 55: Dayon Goodman could not be stopped with his 20-point and 10-rebound night. Darion Brown added 21 points with two from behind the arch.
CANYON VIEW 88, JUAB 67: Four different players reached double digits for the Falcons, including a 19-point effort from Chad Corry. Canyon View reached 20 points in three quarters in the road victory.
DAVIS 82, SALEM HILLS 66: Zac Fuller led the Darts with 22 points and hit four 3-pointers, and four other players reached double digits in the road victory.
LEHI 51, TAYLORSVILLE 43: Blake Cleveringa and Jordan Peck scored 16 points apiece to lead the Pioneers over Taylorsville. Jevin Warren and Sidney Freeman had 17 points and 16 points, respectively, in the loss for the Warriors.
SPRINGVILLE 60, WASATCH 39: Bradley Kitchen used a 20-point effort to propel the Red Devils in the home win.
OLYMPUS 49, ALTA 48: Jake Lindsey converted a lay-up with 14 seconds remaining, and then Alta's shot at the buzzer rimmed out as Olympus rallied for an impressive road victory despite trailing by as many as 15 in the second half. Jaren Jones led the Titans with 21 points, and Junior Tailey hit several big shots in the fourth quarter. Olympus made 16 of 18 free throws, with Jones accounting for 12 of 14.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 57, PAYSON 41: Josh Phelps scored 19 points and KJ Hall chipped in with 15 more to lead Maple Mountain to the victory over Payson.
TIMPANOGOS 81, WESTLAKE 74: Timpanogos hit 17-of-23 free throws in the fourth quarter to edge the Thunder in the high-scoring shootout. Four different players scored double digits for the Timberwolves, led by Trevor Schade's 27 points and four 3-pointers. Three players reached 20 points for Westlake, led by Brayden Holker's 21-point night.
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