WENDOVER 43, WHITEHORSE 37: Tintic held Escalante to just 21 percent shooting and enjoyed a 42-21 rebounding advantage in an easy victory at the Sevier Valley Center. McKade Holman led the Miners with 16 points and nine rebounds, while Travis Green added a double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds.
TINTIC 53, ESCALANTE 31: Valley jumped all over Green River in the first quarter opening up a 16-4 lead en route to the lopsided victory at the Sevier Valley Center. Clint Sorensen led all scorers with 16 points, while Valley teammate Riley Esplin added 13 points.
ALTAMONT 67, MILFORD 43: Altamont jumped out to a significant lead in the first half to put the game on cruise-control from that point forward. Dylan Lindsay dropped 22 points while Khristian Cayias and Waylon Jessen combined for 28 more.
VALLEY 62, GREEN RIVER 39: Valley jumped all over Green River in the first quarter opening up a 16-4 lead en route to the lopsided victory at the Sevier Valley Center. Clint Sorensen led all scorers with 16 points, while Valley teammate Riley Esplin added 13 points.
MONTICELLO 60, RICH 53: Monticello picked up the tightly contested win behind Gunnar Hollingsworth and Austin Maloy, who scored 22 and 17 points, respectively. The Rebels connected on 20-of-26 from the charity stripe but were limited to 11 first half points.
PANGUITCH 46, MANILA 22: Panguitch rallied behind big scoring outings in the second and fourth quarters to cruise past Manila. Tyce Barney had 19 points for Bobcats.
DUCHESNE 68, PIUTE 48: Kaden Moon led the Duchesne attack with 19 points, as the home team defended it's court in the lopsided victory.
TABIONA 58, WAYNE 47: Demont Nay scored 16 points, Jarret Lefler added 14 and Tyler VanTassell chipped in with 12 points and 10 rebounds as Tabiona outscored Wayne 24-10 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win at the Sevier Valley Center.
GRANTSVILLE 59, NORTH SANPETE 50: Devin Adams had a solid effort for Grantsville, scoring 21 points to help his team defeat North Sanpete. Skyler Cloward added 11 points to the Cowboys.
PROVO 78, AMERICAN FORK 74: In an intense, early season game between a pair of undefeated teams, Provo pulled away in the second overtime behind 20 points from Jordan Maw to improve to 3-0. Maw was one of four Provo players to score in double figures, with Adam Finch and Wesley Bosco each chipping in with 17 points. Kyle Line led the way for American Fork in the loss with 18 points.
UNION 61, TOOELE 57: George Kaufusi and Jona Wood each scored 11 points, and Carver Simkins finished with 13 points to lead Union to a narrow victory at home.
TIMPVIEW 58, WASATCH 42: Timpview converted on 13-of-17 attempts at the free-throw line and behind a 20-point third quarter, galloped past Wasatch on its home court. Taylor Roy had a game-high 15 points while the T-Birds hit five shots from beyond the arc.
BOUNTIFUL 68, SOUTH SEVIER 45: Bountiful picked up its second victory of the season with a surprisingly easy victory over 2A's top-ranked team.
CYPRUS 68, OGDEN 58: Cyprus jumped out to an early nine-point lead in the first quarter and rode the momentum throughout the remainder of the contest for its second win of the year. Marcus Quiq commanded the Pirates' ship with 21 points and five 3-pointers. Spencer Smith tallied 23 points in the loss.
ST. JOSEPH 69, DUGWAY 44: Nick Gruet scored 21 points including four 3-pointers to lead St. Joseph to an easy victory over Dugway. David Dunlevy had a solid all-around game as he added 10 assist and six rebounds to his 12 points for the double-double.
PLEASANT GROVE 74, PAYSON 60: Forrest Pincock led the way for Pleasant Grove with 19 points including four 3-pointers, as it defeated Payson. Matt Conway and Riley Court each added 12 points to the Vikings' cause as they each hit one shot from behind the arc.
WEST JORDAN 52, BASHA, ARIZ. 40: After a close first half, solid second half defense allowed West Jordan to come up with a victory as it held Basha, Ariz. to 12 total second half points. Brayden Bennett led the Jaguars with 13 points while Spencer Nisson and Brandon Morris added 12 and 10 points, respectively.
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