PIUTE 85, ESCALANTE 65: Piute dominated the first half, outscoring Escalante by 24, and coasted through the second half to victory. Tyler Dalton scored a game-high 25 points and sank four 3-pointers for Piute while Dalton Steed added 20 more.
BRYCE VALLEY 85, DIAMOND RANCH 62: Bryce Valley earned the double-digit victory as it outscored Diamond Ranch by 34 points in the first three quarters. Braxton Syrett led the Mustangs with 22 points and two makes from behind the arc.
WAYNE 59, VALLEY 58: Ty Reese scored 27 points, including six 3-pointers, in the narrow victory over Valley.
RICH 66, TABIONA 47: Rich captured the victory as four players scored in double digits. The Rebels were led by McKay Jarman who scored 21 points and hit one trey. The Tigers' Monte Clyde also scored 21 points and hit four shots from behind the arc in the loss.
SYRACUSE 64, WEBER 53: Takenna Hamblin had 24 points, on 9-of-10 shooting, along with six rebounds, two blocks, and two steals to lead the Titans to the win.
FREMONT 60, NORTHRIDGE 40: Fremont took the lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Amanda Wayment, Shelby Molen and Tanesha Daniels all scored 13 points each. To contribute to the victory the team sank seven 3-pointers.
DAVIS 52, LAYTON 41: Davis took a scoring rampage in the fourth quarter outscoring Layton 20-9. Jessica Richardson scored 15 points and grabbed eight boards for the Darts. Morgan Hartvigsen scored a game-high 16 points with one 3-pointer.
GRANGER 49, WEST 27: Granger came alive in the second half outscoring West 31-14. Lile Havili led for Granger scoring 18 points with 10 boards. Jessica added eight assists.
VIEWMONT 54, KEARNS 34: The Vikings jumped to an early lead and sailed to victory over visiting Kearns. Katie Toole led Viewmont with 16 points while Caitlyn Larsen added 15 more.
AMERICAN FORK 48, LONE PEAK 35: Maile Richardson and Cassidy Fraughton combined for 23 points as American Fork opened the second half on a 16-3 run.
CLEARFIELD 58, EAST 37: Clearfield was carried in its win by Jocelyn Jones and Bailey Douglas who scored 17 and 16 points, respectively. The Falcons had a slow first quarter but outscored the Leopards by 22 in the three following quarters.
CYPRUS 54, BOUNTIFUL 49: In a hard-fought Region 6 match-up, Cyprus outmatched visiting Bountiful thanks to solid performances from Marquessa Gilson and Tori Dyson who scored 19 and 11 points, respectively.
WOODS CROSS 45, HIGHLAND 24: Wood Cross came alive in the second half outscoring Highland 29-13. Aubree Riddle scored a game high 15 point with three from behind the arc. Eden Jacobsen added 10 points.
HERRIMAN 40, OLYMPUS 35: The Mustangs used a balanced attack to knock off the Titans.
SKYLINE 45, WESTLAKE 38: Hillary Weixler scored 12 points in the Skyline win over Westlake. Macie Peterson scored a game-high 17 points in the loss.
HILLCREST 54, MURRAY 28: Whitney Nemelka had 18 points in the Hillcrest win over Murray.
SPRINGVILLE 61, PROVO 28: Malia Nawahine led three Red Devils in double figures with 21 points.
TIMPVIEW 48, SALEM HILLS 41: Lauryn Dela Cruz led Timpview to victory as she scored 14 points. Salem Hills' Missy Belliston scored a game-high 18 points, in the loss.
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