VIEWMONT 45, SKY VIEW 44: Viewmont made the necessary changes at halftime and came storming back in the second-half to get the tough road win and hand Sky View its first loss of the season. Katie Toole scored a game-high 22 points for the Vikings.
CARBON 53, EMERY 49: Carbon's Shelby Cornforth scored a team-high 17 points and Shailee Croasmun also chipped in 14 points to help the Dinos get the road victory over the Spartans.
BEAVER 40, NORTH SEVIER 35: Beaver's Schyler Jordan and Hattie Snyder each made a 3-pointer and 12 points to help the Beavers get the win over the Wolves and improve to 7-1 on the year.
GREEN RIVER 46, GRAND 28: Michaela Hughes' 16 points and Jamie Johnson's 11 points helped Green River get the victory over Grand.
JORDAN 46, SUMMIT ACADEMY 37: Natalie Lund and Patty Daley combined for 24 points to boost Jordan in the road victory.
FREMONT 52, TAYLORSVILLE 29: Fremont's swarming defense helped them get the road victory over Taylorsville. Tanesha Daniels scored a game-high 15 points and Shelby Molen also scored 11 points for Fremont.
BONNEVILLE 60, OLYMPUS 36: Bonneville's 15-2 run in the second quarter was too much for Olympus to come back from, and the Lakers outlasted the Titans to secure the road victory. Kayla Eilertson made two 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 18 points for Bonneville.
ROWLAND HALL 45, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 32: Candice Nkoy finished with a team-high 11 points to help Rowland Hall get the road victory over Intermountain Christian.
OREM 55, LONE PEAK 39: Tatiana Monsen, Kylie Guthrie, and Selesitila Tenney each scored in double-digits to help lift the Tigers over the Kights for the home win.
HILLCREST 56, HIGHLAND 41: Hillcrest's Whitney Nemelka drained six 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points to help the Huskies get the road victory against the Rams.
LAYTON 51, BOUNTIFUL 34: Layton walked away with a home win behind the effort of Jaden Anderson, who scored 21 points.
DAVIS 67, WOODS CROSS 49: Davis secured the home win over Woods Cross behind the efforts of Natalie Mecham, who had 21 points and nine rebounds.
BRIGHTON 45, KEARNS 23: Maddy Chin led all scorers with 16 points and the Bengals outscored Kearns 12-1 in the third quarter to pull away with the win.
RIVERTON 46, ALTA 38: Riverton's intense defense and balanced scoring led them to victory over Alta. Whitney Saunders scored a game-high 13 points to help the Silverwolves remain unbeaten.
SKYLINE 57, SYRACUSE 48: Sydnee Taylor led Skyline with 15 points and Mia Mortensen also chipped in 11 points to help Skyline get the road victory over Syracuse.
CYPRUS 45, COTTONWOOD 43: Cyprus outscored Cottonwood 18-9 in the third quarter and held on to earn the close road victory. Abby Barrett scored a game-high 15 points and Patricia Young Yen also hit three 3-pointers and chipped in 11 points to help the Pirates outlast the Colts.
NORTH SUMMIT 58, GUNNISON 43: McKell Richins, Kasidee Evans, and Susie Stephens all scored in double-digits to secure the road win over Gunnison. Madee Christenson was the high scorer for Gunnison with 12 points.
ST. JOSEPH 46, WENDOVER 28: Katie Panushka scored 17 points, and Danielle Shinaut added 12 points in the St. Joseph victory at home. Both girls combined for 10 rebounds and seven assists to improve to 9-0 this season.
WATERFORD 55, MERIT ACADEMY 12: Eleven different players scored for the Ravens as Waterford earned the home victory.
SAN JUAN 48, MONTICELLO 41: San Juan overcame an early first quarter deficit and pulled away from Monticello in the fourth quarter as Tatiana Sue Sue and Natalie Flavel each led the way with 14 points.
DUGWAY 26, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 5: Dugways's intense defense and balanced scoring attack helped them earn the road win over West Ridge Academy. Cynthia Kimler and Allie Wall each scored a game-high 8 points in the Mustangs' win.
UNION 53, DUCHESNE 46: Union's dominant fourth quarter helped them get the tough road victory over Duchesne. Ali Ross made two 3-pointers and scored a game-high 19 points to help the Cougars edge out the Eagles.
WHITEHORSE 66, SHIPROCK NORTHWEST, N.M. 76: Whitehorse's 27-point fourth quarter lifted them over Shiprock Northwest, N.M. Whitehorse had four players score in double-digits, led by Raphaela Filfred with 20, to help edge out the Falcons.
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