Roundup of Friday's boys and girls high school basketball action around the state.
SPRINGVILLE 53, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 42: Springville outscored Maple Mountain 17-4 in the fourth quarter to seal the victory on the road. Max Schriener led the way for the Red Devils with 19 points while Bradley Kitchen added 17 more.
TIMPVIEW 64, MOUNTAIN VIEW 44: Timpview's Riley Corbin and Leo Roese combined for 24 points as undefeated Timpview easily opened region play with a victory over Mountain View.
OREM 64, PROVO 51: Orem methodically pulled away from Provo for the region opening victory. Despite the loss, Provo got a boost by the return of Wesley Bosco to the line-up as he scored eight points in his first game back in a month.
SALEM HILLS 74, TIMPANOGOS 64: Salem Hills outscored Timpanogos by nine in the final quarter to earn the double-digit victory. Alejandro Llamas had a great game for the SkyHawks as he scored 25 points and dished out 15 assists.
SNOW CANYON 59, PINE VIEW 55: Snow Canyon eked out the victory over Pine View in a hard-fought Region 9 match-up. Chandler Gines led the Warriors with 17 points while Nate Gottfredson added 14 more.
CEDAR 68, DIXIE 46: Lifted by its dominant second-half performance and balanced scoring attack, Cedar was able to hold off Dixie to earn the road victory. Cedar's Dustin Staggs, one of four Redmen to score in double-digits, finished with a team-high 17 points.
DESERT HILLS 50, HURRICANE 35: Desert Hills made 14 more free throws than Hurricane which proved to be the difference as the Thunder captured the road victory. Jordan Hokanson led the way with 13 points and made two shots from behind the arc.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 51, UINTAH 49: Uintah outscored Judge by seven in the final period but it was too little, too late as Judge earned the region-opening victory. Patrick Neville led the Bulldogs with 27 points including two 3-pointers while Joe Cremer added 11 points off three treys.
PARK CITY 47, WASATCH 46: Bosten VanDerVeur hit a 30-footer at the buzzer to give Park City a victory over Wasatch. VanDerVeur scored 15 points including two treys while Jesse Smith and Hayden Daily each added 13 points to the Miners' cause.
UNION 56, JUAN DIEGO 51: The Cougars had a strong fourth quarter as Stephen Merrell and Jona Wood finished with 14 points apiece to lift the Cougars to the upset victory over Juan Diego.
BEAR RIVER 58, GRANTSVILLE 52: Bear River's balanced scoring attack overpowered Grantsville in overtime as the Bears captured the road victory. Nick Hillis led the Bears with 13 points while the Cowboys were led by Devin Adams who scored 19 points in the loss.
MORGAN 112, TOOELE 68: Jake Miles scored 39 points to lead Morgan to the blowout victory.
OGDEN 56, STANSBURY 55: Spencer Smith sank three treys en route to an impressive 26-point performance to help Ogden get the tough road win over Stansbury. Larry Rodriguez and Dayton Wright each added 11 points to Ogden's cause.
SOUTH SEVIER 73, EMERY 60: Race Parsons scored 26 points, including three 3-pointers, for the Rams in the victory over Emery. In the loss, McKlane Allred and Dawson Jensen scored 12 points each.
RICHFIELD 54, GRAND 47: Brandon Willardson led Richfield with 15 points as it defeated Grand in a Region 15 match-up. Willardson and the Wildcats were aided by Ryder Rippstein who scored 11 points.
ST. JOSEPH 62, LEGACY PREP 56: St. Joseph, led by David Donlevy who scored 18 points, eked out a victory over Legacy Prep in a Region 17 match-up. Legacy Prep's Klint Gardiner scored a game-high 25 points in the loss.
WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 71, CONCORDIA PREP 21: West Ridge Academy took a commanding 41-13 leading heading into halftime and never looked back. Joe Giacchetti had a game-high 30 points. Brandon St. Clair and Emron Frogley combined for 24 points.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 85, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 46: Layton Christian's Austin Geddings scored 27 points and knocked seven 3-pointers to lead Layton Christian to the easy victory over ICS, its first of the season. Zach Paige scored 31 points in the loss for ICS.
PANGUITCH 55, VALLEY 43: Panguitch's Tyce Barney led the way with 19 points and 11 points. Dalan Bennett added 17 points with six rebounds and three steals.
PIUTE 92, DIAMOND RANCH 71: Tyler Dalton was the leading scorer with 23 points in the Piute win over Diamond Ranch. In the loss, Lucas Sabo and Mick Hardy scored 22 points and 20 points respectively.
WAYNE 61, ESCALANTE 52: In the Wayne win over Escalante, Ty Rees scored 24 points, including four 3-pointers. In the loss, Kayson Durfey also scored 24 points.
DUCHESNE 66, TABIONA 37: Duchesne's balanced scoring attack led it to victory over Tabiona as McKade Nielsen led the Eagles with 21 points while three other players scored in double figures.
MANILA 46, RICH 41: Ben Rose's 16 points led to the Mustangs to the impressive victory over Rich.
WOODS CROSS 99, WEST 66: Woods Cross scored had 10 buckets behind the arc in the 33-point victory over West at home. Jackson Pohlman and Brady Cowley combined for 32 points while Xequille Harred knocked in 13 points.
HILLCREST 64, CYPRUS 41: JT Ekberg scored 28 points for the Huskies in the road win over Cyprus. In the loss, Connor Squire scored 15 points.
COTTONWOOD 68, GRANGER 40: Cottonwood's Brendan Guzman led the way with 19 points, four rebounds and four steals in the easy victory over Granger. Zach Scott added 12 points and six rebounds for the Colts.
JORDAN 78, TAYLORSVILLE 56: The Beetdiggers were on fire from behind the arc, as they drained 10 3-pointers to defeat visiting Taylorsville. Brandon Pasker led Jordan with 24 points despite not hitting any of the team's 10 3-pointers.
ROY 63, EAST 49: Roy's 16-8 run in the third quarter extended its lead to 17, helping the Royals end East's 10-game winning streak. Brekkott Chapman led the way for the Royals with a game-high 22 points.
SAN JUAN 49, MONTICELLO 40: Barkley Christensen led the Broncos with 17 points in the home win over Monticello.
VIEWMONT 62, DAVIS 61: With under 10 seconds left in the game, McKay Johnson scored a game-winning 3-pointer as Viewmont stunned undefeated Davis in the nonregion clash of rivals. McKay ended the game scoring 15 points and finishing with three rebounds. Jarom Tye added 17 points and eight boards.
BOUNTIFUL 46, LAYTON 43: Bountiful's Jordan Bleak drained a 3-pointer in the final two seconds to lift Bountiful to a thrilling victory over Layton. In the loss, Jarriesse Blackmon led the Lancers with 18 points.
SYRACUSE 70, AMERICAN FORK 59: Diante Mitchell scored a game-high 31 points and finished with 11 rebounds to lead Syracuse to the double-overtime victory over American Fork. Michael Phelps added 15 points and five rebounds.
BONNEVILLE 55, CLEARFIELD 44: Bonneville's Mason Rich led his team to victory with 19 points and 14 boards. Carson Smith added 15 points and had four steals.
SKY VIEW 56, MURRAY 47: Jalen Moore scored a game-high 27 points to lead Sky View to the victory over Murray.
BINGHAM 58, ALTA 57: Daylor Youngblood hit two free-throws with four seconds left to put Bingham ahead and Alta's last second shot failed to fall. Brandon Morley led the Miners with a game-high 21 points while Youngblood finished with eight points.
BEN LOMOND 62, NORTH SANPETE 39: Sterling Brandley had 23 points in Ben Lomond's victory over North Sanpete.
OLYMPUS 65, WEST JORDAN 53: Led by Coulson Hardy, who scored 20 points, four players scored in double-digits to help Olympus secure the win over West Jordan. In the loss, Parker Brown was the high-scorer with 17 points.
RIVERTON 59, HERRIMAN 57: Stephan Holm scored 23 points in the narrow victory over Herriman. In the loss, David Maynard scored 18 points.
NORTH SEVIER 55, SOUTH SUMMIT 53: Colton Robins and Dakota Shepherd provided North Sevier with a one-two punch as they scored 19 and 18 points, respectively, in the impressive preseason victory over the Wolves.
WEBER 67, BOX ELDER 50: Weber's Hayden Schenck led the way with 21 points, eight boards, seven assists and four steals. Jordan Jones threw down 12 points.
BEAVER 47, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 42: Braxton Williams' 17-point and 14-board performance helped power Beaver over American Leadership to remain undefeated on the season. Michael Roberts also contributed 14 points for the Beavers.
WESTLAKE 63, LEHI 60: Westlake was clutch from the free-throw line down the wire as it held off visiting Lehi. Zavon Jackson scored 17 points to lead the Thunder while the Pioneers' Blake Cleveringa scored a game-high 19 points in the loss.
PAROWAN 49, MAESER PREP 19: Parowan outscored Maeser Prep in the first half 26-5 and continued the streak for the rest of the game. Justin Hulet scored a game-high 21 points with three steals. Caleb Murphy knocked in 12 points.
MERIT ACADEMY 81, ROCKWELL 48: Joel Martinez led the Knights with 19 points in the road win over Rockwell. In the loss, Dallin Clements scored 13 points, including three 3-pointers.
MANTI 64, NORTH SUMMIT 60: Manti edged out visiting North Summit behind Jamen Miller who scored 18 points. Three other players scored in double-figures for the Templars while the Braves' Landon Richins scored a game-high 22 points in the loss.
TINTIC 58, PINNACLE 53: Thanks to Travis Green's clutch play down the stretch, Tintic sealed the deal against Pinnacle down the stretch. Green led the Miners with 16 points but Clint Peterson, while only scoring two points, made the biggest basket of the night off a offensive rebound to extend Tintic's lead to five late in the game.
WEST 53, HUNTER 40: West defeated Hunter thanks to solid play from Maddy Murphy and Jordyn Powell who each scored 16 points. Hunter's Tess Matagi scored a game-high 22 points and drained three treys in the loss.
KEARNS 54, GRANGER 43: Kearns' Rosetta Kasala led the way with 14 points in the 11-point victory on the road. Tasha Ika added 11 points.
VIEWMONT 62, TAYLORSVILLE 26: Viewmont's Caitlyn Larsen and Katie Toole poured in 20 points apiece to help the Vikings defeat the Warriors. Karlee Jensen led the way for Taylorsville as she scored nine points in the loss.
OREM 49, PROVO 35: A tight game heading into the fourth quarter, Orem scored nine of 11 free throws to seal the home win. Tatiana Monsen led the Tigers with 20 points.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 47, TIMPVIEW 43: In a game that could have gone either way, Mountain View was able to outlast Timpview on the road in overtime. Gentry Oldham and Jessica Raab led the Bruins with 11 and 10 points respectively.
SALEM HILLS 55, TIMPANOGOS 32: Erica Egbert led the Salem Hills with 20 points and seven steals for the home win over Timpanogos.
SPRINGVILLE 75, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 50: Maila Nawahine was dominant offensively for Springville as she scored a game-high 31 points to lead her team to a win. Maple Mountain's Aleksa Gappmayer led her team with 23 points and seven boards in the loss.
JUAN DIEGO 75, UNION 20: Monique Mills, Dominique Mills, and Marlee Machon all scored in double digits for the Juan Diego victory over Union.
WASATCH 54, PARK CITY 29: Rebecca MaWhinney's game-high 19 points helped Wasatch earn the quality road victory over Park City. Despite the loss, Carson Lyman and Sabrina Prior led the Miners with 9 points apiece.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 67, UINTAH 42: Judge Memorial pulled away in the third quarter for the road win over Uintah. Kailie Quinn and Rachel Shubella scored 18 points and 14 points respectively.
EMERY 44, SOUTH SEVIER 38: South Sevier's second-half comeback was too little, too late as Emery held on to pick up the road victory. Ashlynn Allred led the way for the Spartans as she scored 18 points and hit two 3-pointers.
RICHFIELD 72, GRAND 23: Megan Bean was the high-scorer for the Richfield with 20 points as it breezed past Grand. In the loss, Torrie Lopez scored 11 points, including two 3-pointers, for the Red Devils.
RICH 50, MANILA 36: Alisa Peterson scored 28 points to lead Rich to a region-opening victory over Manila.
WESTLAKE 60, LEHI 50: Westlake scored 22 points from the charity stripe, compared to Lehi's nine points from the line, which proved to be the difference as the Thunder edged out the Pioneers. Macie Peterson led the Thunder with 17 points.
HERRIMAN 49, CLEARFIELD 48: Late in the game, Herriman held a rebound to secure the overtime victory. Alexi Smith and Kayla Peel combined for 22 points.
SKY VIEW 54, MURRAY 40: Sky View had three players score in double figures in the 14 point victory. Tara Goldman had 14 points with six points from behind the arc. Kendra Falslev and Tara Goldman combined for 22 points.
SYRACUSE 54, PLEASANT GROVE 52: Syracuse eked out Pleasant Grove on the road thanks in large part to Takenna Hamblin who put the team on her back as she scored 22 points. Pleasant Grove's MeKenna Miles scored a game-high 25 points in the loss.
BONNEVILLE 48, BOUNTIFUL 34: Emilie Volk scored a game-high 15 points for Bonneville in its road win over Bountiful.
BRIGHTON 53, HILLCREST 51: Lindsey Johnson and Maddy Chin combined for 33 points to lead the Bengals.
LAYTON 56, COPPER HILLS 32: Layton controlled the pace of the game and shut Copper Hills down defensively to pick up the victory. Maddi Smith led the Lancers with 16 points while Jaden Anderson added 10 more.
LOGAN 66, NORTHRIDGE 51: Logan's tough defensive stops in the fourth quarter led to the 15 point victory as Megan Mills led the way with 15 points. Lauren Mott added 14 points.
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