High school basketball: Friday's boys and girls roundup

Deseret News

Published: Saturday, Dec. 8 2012 12:45 a.m. MST

BRYCE VALLEY 52, MILLARD 46: Braxton Syrett was nearly unstoppable as he scored 28 points to help the Mustangs dash past Millard. Logan LeFevre scored 12 points to help Bryce Valley.

DESERT HILLS 66, LOGAN 53: The Thunder were led by Taylor Houston's team-high 18 points along with Chase Thompson and Quincy Matthews who teamed up for 26 points. Jordan Larsen had 24 points in the defeat.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 50, WESTLAKE 43: In a well-fought game, Maple Mountain was able to capture the victory behind Josh Phelps and Nate Guymon, who scored 18 and 16 points including eight 3-pointers, respectively. The Golden Eagles allowed breathing room for a four point second quarter behind a strong burst in the first.

OLYMPUS 63, BOX ELDER 56: Jake Lindsey led the Olympus attack with 19 points, while teammate Jaren Jones added 18 points to help Olympus escape with the road victory. Shad Watson and Tyler Bate combined for 34 points in the loss.

TIMPANOGOS 61, MOUNTAIN CREST 51: Led by Trevor Schade, who hit four 3-pointers on his way to 19 points, Timpanogos emerged victorious in a tough game against Mountain Crest. Zach Facemyer and Jaxon Beck combined for 25 points for the Timberwolves.

OREM 82, FOOTHILL, NEV. 57: Orem, behind a 30-point second quarter, convincingly put away Foothill, Nev. in the Great Western Shootout. Dalton Nixon bucketed 28 points, with two treys, and Cooper Holt, Jordan Darger and Zach Hunsaker combined for 41 points for the Tigers.

LONE PEAK 73, DENVER EAST, COLO. 54: Nick Emery finished with 22 points, including four 3-pointers, and T.J. Haws added 17 points as Lone Peak easily took care of business against Denver East, Colo. at the Great Western Shootout for the second straight year.

BEAVER 58, GRAND 48: Beaver remained unscathed on the young season behind its performance at the charity stripe. The Beavers buried 13 freebies comparative to Grand's two made free-throws. Michael Roberts, Braxton Williams and Hunter Hansen accounted for 49 of Beaver's 58 points.

LEHI 67, HERRIMAN 56: The Pioneers only missed two of their 23 attempts at the charity stripe as Jordan Peck posted 27 points.

PARK CITY 41, SOUTH SUMMIT 39: Nodded at 38 apiece, Park City's Ryan Sherman locked and loaded from deep and sunk what ultimately proved to be the winning bucket with 45 seconds remaining in regulation. Sam Kingdom led the Miners with 16 points, nine stemming from beyond the arc. Beau Rydalch had a game-high 18 points in the loss.

MAESER PREP 50, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 43: Griffin Garner put up a game-high 18 points, as Maeser Prep managed to rally and earn the win at home.

DESERT OASIS, NEV. 79, ENTERPRISE 77: Justin Prisbey and Dayce Truman combined for 58 points and five 3-pointers for the Wolves in a loss at the Virgin Valley Tournament.

MORGAN 54, DELTA 50: In a foul-ridden game, Morgan capitalized on 23 free throws to squeak past Delta on the road. Jake Miles had 19 points and nine other players contributed offensively for the Trojans.

SYRACUSE 67, SKYLINE, IDAHO 56: Daniel Pehrson finished with 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead Syracuse to the victory at home. Diante Mitchell finished with a game-high 22 points, including five rebounds for the Titans.

JUAN DIEGO 46, HUNTER 41: Juan Diego held the Wolverines to seven fourth quarter points and behind Gabe Colosimo's and Nick Markosian's combined 30 points, earned the win on the road. Trevon Johnson tallied a game-high 19 points for Hunter.

MADISON, IDAHO 49, CLEARFIELD 36: Madison, Idaho hit five 3-pointers and had seven players find the score book in the win against Clearfield. Marquis Jones had 14 points in the loss for the Falcons.

RICHFIELD 64, ROWLAND HALL 43: After a slow start offensively, Richfield scored 45 points in the second and third quarters to fly past Rowland Hall. Jaylon Steck, Brenan Thomas and Burton Griffin all reached double figures and seven other Wildcats found the score sheet. Wesley Austin chipped in 21 points in the loss.

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