Here's a roundup of the 80-plus boys and girls high school basketball games across the state on Friday night.
EAST 89, WEST 53: East had four players score in double figures, led by Parker Van Dyke and Joe Hallman with 18 apiece. The Lancers took advantage of an early 20-4 lead to defeat the Panthers and improve to 4-1 on the year.
JUAN DIEGO 66, HILLCREST 51: Juan Diego's Gabe Colosimo and Nick Markosian combined for 35 points in the 15 point victory on the road.
MURRAY 67, COTTONWOOD 48: Murray's Nathan Aland scored a game-high 23 points to help the Spartans defeat the Colts and improve to 3-1.
LOGAN 53, BEN LOMOND 49: Logan went 12-for-15 from the free-throw line in the four point victory at home. Luke Falk and Tyler Brimhall combined for 21 points.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 54, HIGHLAND 51: The Bulldogs scored seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to take the lead. Ryan Pauley led with 18 points and Terrell Young added 14 points, 12 of which came from beyond the arc.
WOODS CROSS 40, LAYTON 39: Hayden Grant and Felipo Mokofisi each scored nine points and Woods Cross made the last basket with seven seconds remaining to take the narrow victory. For Layton, Mike Hibbert finished with 17 points in the loss.
JORDAN 76, SHADOW RIDGE, NEV. 63: Brandon Pasker (22), Marcus Gutierrez (13), Chandler Smith (13), Jonas Jones (10) and McKay Nilsson (10) all reached double figures on the score-sheet as the Diggers blew past Shadow Ridge, Nev.
SHIPROCK, N.M. 76, SAN JUAN 68: Led by Issac Morley who recorded a 14-point, 10-rebound double-double, San Juan gave Shiprock a run for its money but could not come up with the victory at the Farmington Tournament in New Mexico.
SOUTH SEVIER 48, CEDAR 44: Race Parsons scored a game-high 25 points, including five 3-pointers to lead South Sevier to the narrow victory on the road.
SPANISH FORK 56, HURRICANE 41: Spanish Fork's Benson Rhees led the way with 20 points, 18 of which coming from distance. Ty Henry threw down 13 points in the win for the Dons.
OGDEN 59, GRANGER 56: Ogden went into Granger's house and edged out the Lancers to earn their first win of the season. Spencer Smith drained two 3-pointers and led the Tigers with 25 points.
BOX ELDER 62, FREMONT 46: Shad Watson was nearly unstoppable on offense as he went off for 30 points going 4-for-7 from 3-point land. Tyler Bate added 11 points to the Bees' cause while Kade Criswell led Fremont with 10 points in the loss.
KEARNS 56, STANSBURY 37: Kearns' Dayon Goodman recorded a monstrous double-double with 23 points and 19 rebounds and the Cougars pulled away in the fourth quarter to hang on for the win against the Stallions.
AMERICAN FORK 54, MOUNTAIN CREST 43: Ryan Andrus managed to record the double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead American Fork past visiting Mountain Crest.
BONNEVILLE 57, MORGAN 55: Mason Rich finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Bonneville to the narrow victory over Morgan. Dakota Buckway added 15 points and five assists for the Lakers.
TAYLORSVILLE 60, CYPRUS 41: Taylorsville limited Cyprus to four points in the second quarter for the home win. Sidney Freeman, Manny Suarez and Kia Delacerna accounted for 44 of the 60 points scored for the Warriors.
SKY VIEW 57, PROVO 50: Jalen Moore scored 21 points as Sky View outscored Provo 17-3 in the second quarter on its way to an impressive road victory over undefeated Provo.
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