KANAB 66, PIUTE 60: Four different players reached double digits for Kanab, led by Katlyn Glover with 19 points, as the Cowboys combined for 10 3-pointers in the high-scoring victory over Piute.
NORTH SANPETE 50, PROVO 48: Taylor Gordon and MaKenna Birch combined for 32 points and five 3-pointers to lead North Sanpete to the overtime victory over Provo.
HILLCREST 60, SALEM HILLS 47: Whitney Nemelka led the Huskies with 23 points, three 3-pointers and seven steals while Myrsa McVey recorded a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds in the Huskies' win. Missy Belliston led all scorers with 26 points and five 3's for Salem Hills in the loss.
DIXIE 59, ENTERPRISE 45: Caroline Lantor led all scorers with 19 points and two 3-pointers, and the Flyers pulled away with the win with a 22-point fourth quarter.
DAVIS 55, HERRIMAN 45: The Darts jumped out to a first quarter lead, and then maintained the distance for the nonregion victory. Jessica Richardson led Davis with 19 points and Natalie Mecham added 12.
WEBER 56, OGDEN 37: Erin Reichle sparked the Warriors with 22 points, three 3-pointers, five rebounds, five assists and eight steals as Weber maintained its perfect record at home.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 50, SUMMIT ACADEMY 24: American Leadership came alive in the second half outstoring Summit Academy 30-17. Maurina Stahali led the way with 13 points and seven assists. Dalila Rodriguez added nine points.
OLYMPUS 47, HUNTER 38: Nine different players scored for the Titans, led by Rachel VanderToolen's 13 points in the victory. Three different players reached double-digits for Hunter in the loss.
STANSBURY 38, WESTLAKE 27: Sixteen points from Erika Alvey paced Stansbury to the victory over Westlake. The Stallions jumped out to a 17-8 first quarter lead and never looked back.
SKY VIEW 72, MORGAN 40: Sky View took control of the game early scoring 39 points in the first half. Kendra Falsev led with 16 points, two from behind the arc. Tara Goldman added 14 points.
UINTAH 47, EMERY 41: Erin Elder led the Utes with 10 points and two 3-pointers as Uintah captured a victory in Castle Dale.
PAROWAN 47, NORTH SEVIER 32: Chennin Benson and McKinsey Smith combined to score 31 points as the Rams outscored North Sevier 25-13 in the middle quarters to earn the home victory.
PLEASANT GROVE 62, PAYSON 40: Pleasant Grove took control of the second quarter out scoring Payson 22-12 en route to the victory. Megan Wilde led the way with 16 points, two 3-pointers and five steals. McKenna Miles added 13 points and had six assists.
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