JUAB 47, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 43: It was a 14-8 Juab third quarter that was the difference in the game. McKay Bowman recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds in the ALA loss.
CEDAR 60, VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 39: Cedar jumped out to a 19-8 first quarter lead on its way to an easy road victory in Nevada.
MERIT ACADEMY 48, MAESER PREP 42: After a great first quarter, Merit held off Maeser Prep thanks to solid play from Davis Hunter and Joel Martinez who scored 18 and 16, respectively. Griffin Garner led the Lions with 14 points, in the loss.
WASATCH ACADEMY 66, SOUTH SUMMIT 46: Geno Luzcando recorded the double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Wasatch Academy improved to 4-0 on the season with the double digit victory at home.
MONUMENT VALLEY 75, MONUMENT VALLEY, ARIZ. 39: Heidi Nelson led the home team with 30 points, and Monument Valley opened the game with a 18-3 first quarter to cruise to the lopsided victory.
DUGWAY 45, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 41: Thanks to balanced scoring, Dugway survived a second half comeback from Intermountain Christian. The Mustangs were led by Nathaniel Broadhead and Ben Shepard who each scored 10 points and had three 3-pointers between them. Zach Paige had 20 points for the Lions, in the loss.
WENDOVER 70, OAKLEY 26: Salvador Rivera led the Wendover scorers with 14 points, and every player managed to score a basket in the blowout victory at home.
TIMPANOGOS 63, LEHI 49: Jamaica Christensen went off for 25 points and added four steals to help Timpanogos dominate visiting Lehi from the first whistle.
GRANGER 49, PLEASANT GROVE 46: Lile Havili had a dominant game as she scored 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to help Granger defeat Pleasant Grove. Pela Tapuosa added 15 points to the Lancers' cause in a game that was a battle throughout.
SPRINGVILLE 69, TAYLORSVILLE 27: Sarah Meredith finished with 15 points, and every player on the Springville varsity squad managed to get on the score sheet. Savannah Park and Brooke Wheeler combined for 21 Red Devil points.
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