WEBER 49, LONE PEAK 40: Trailing by 12 going into the fourth quarter, Lone Peak cut the lead to three points with about three minutes left but Weber was too much and earned the road victory. The Warriors were led by Erin Reichle who scored 15 points including one trey.
RIVERTON 52, VIEWMONT 43: Riverton's balanced scoring attack and ability to get to the free-throw line, where they outscored Viewmont 19-7, helped them outlast the Vikings to remain unbeaten on the season.
BONNEVILLE 39, LAYTON 37: Bonneville held on for the victory at home led by Emilie Volk, who scored 17 points. Layton's Jaden Anderson scored a game-high 19 points for the Pioneers in the loss.
WEST JORDAN 51, TAYLORSVILLE 39: West Jordan outscored Taylorsville by seven in both the opening and the finishing quarter to earn the victory. Lelja Hadzialijagic led the Jaguars with 16 points while Kim Evans added 12 points.
LOGAN 67, SPANISH FORK 48: Megan Mills sank five treys and scored a game-high 21 points and Lauren Mott also chipped in 19 points to help Logan get the road win over Spanish Fork.
BINGHAM 57, ALTA 39: Bingham remained unscathed on the season behind strong efforts from Jillian Powell and Mackenzie Bruggeman, who combined for 29 points.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 83, MERIT ACADEMY 13: Summit Academy took a monstrous lead at halftime for the win. Morgan Fox tallied 24 points while McKenzie Parker and Indiana Johnson teamed up for 25 points.
DUGWAY 44, LEGACY PREP 39: Dugway took the close victory over Legacy Prep on the road. Nadaja Bullock scored a game-high 30 points. Katreena Johnson threw down nine points.
AMERICAN FORK 39, MOUNTAIN VIEW, ARIZ. 36: In a tight game throughout, American Fork eked out a victory over Mountain View, Ariz. at the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix. Amy Bergeson led the Cavemen with nine points.
NORTH SUMMIT 54, MANTI 32: Kassidee Evans' 15 points and seven steals led to the strong defeat over Manti at home. Susie Stephens had a double-double scoring 10 points and 11 boards.
SKYLINE 59, JUDGE MEMORIAL 45: Skyline, following a sluggish third quarter, finished strongly in the final eight minutes to top Judge. Sydnee Taylor had 20 points in the win and Mia Mortensen added 13.
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