SNOW CANYON 48, CANYON VIEW 29: Grace Walton and Madie Gubler combined to score 25 points to lead the Warriors on the road.
DESERT HILLS 48, CEDAR 41: Desert Hills outscored Cedar 20-7 in the fourth quarter to get the victory and remain undefeated on the season. Haley Bodnar led the Thunder with 16 points.
DIXIE 64, HURRICANE 48: Caroline Lantor had 21 points, Kelsey McCann had 18 points and four 3-pointers, and Elizabeth Thompson had 12 points and two 3-pointers to lead the Flyers. For Hurricane in the loss, KC Gubler had 19 points and nine rebounds, Brooklyn Gubler had seven points and 10 rebounds, and Madison Hall had 10 points and six steals.
OGDEN 55, BEAR RIVER 51: Ogden's Amy Ulrich scored a game-high 16 points and Morgan Jones also contributed 13 points to help lift the Tigers over the Bears.
MORGAN 68, BEN LOMOND 36: Morgan's McKenzie Schenk and Lisa VanCampen scored 15 points apiece to help the Trojans defeat the Scots.
STANSBURY 54, TOOELE 38: Bailey Wilson scored a game-high 18 points to help the Stallions defeat the Buffaloes and earn their first win of the season.
MAESER PREP 48, GRANTSVILLE 37: Chelsea Davis was the high scorer with 13 points to help lift Measer Prep over Grantsville. Whitney Turner was the high scorer for Grantsville who also scored 13 points.
NORTH SANPETE 50, LEHI 44: Taylor Gordon led all scorers with 19 points as the Hawks edged Lehi. Faitoto'a Faleao led the Pioneers with 15 points in the loss.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 57, HERRIMAN 42: Mountain View jumped out to a 17-8 lead after the first quarter and Herriman wasn't able to catch up. Gentry Oldham hit two 3-pointers and scored a game-high 14 points to help the Bruins get the win over the Mustangs.
MOUNTAIN CREST 56, CLEARFIELD 30: Kelsey Kartchner led Mountain Crest with a double-double Tuesday night, with 14 points and 11 rebounds in the Mountain Crest victory. Katie Wallentine added 10 points for the home team, who outscored Clearfield 31-11 in the first half.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 55, EAST 44: Judge Memorial walked away with a road win behind the efforts of Kailie Quinn, who scored 21 points. Madison Roemer was the high scorer for East with 25 points.
JUAB 37, PARK CITY 29: Juab held just a two-point lead heading into the fourth quarter, and then scored all seven points from the foul line while holding the Miners to just one point in the final period. Rebbeca Evans led all scorers with 22 points in the win.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 30, SOUTH SEVIER 25: American Leadership made some half-time adjustments and outscored South Sevier in the second half 22-8 to earn the tough road victory. Dalila Rodriguez hit a 3-pointer and scored a team-high 9 points for the Eagles in their win.
BINGHAM 53, WEBER 35: Bingham secured a home win behind the efforts of Mackenzie Bruggeman who scored 17 points. Erin Reichle was the high scorer for Weber with 17 points including one 3-pointer.
ROY 81, NORTHRIDGE 43: Roy's offense exploded in the second half, outscoring Northridge 52-20. Kaitlyn Hurley drilled five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 33 points to help the Royals get the road victory over the Knights.
WESTLAKE 57, PAYSON 39: The Thunder pulled away when they went on a 24-2 run across the second and third quarters due to increased intensity on the defensive end. Nine different players scored for Westlake, led by Ashley Calder with 14 points and Mackenzie Meyers with 10 points.
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