ROY 53, LOGAN 50: David Hadley drained five 3-pointers, and finished with 19 points to help Roy narrowly escape Logan with a region victory. Brekkott Chapman contributed 16 points for the Royals.
MOUNTAIN CREST 54, BONNEVILLE 42: Mountain Crest teammates Tyler Crosbie and Tanner Knowles combined for 30 points, as Mountain Crest slipped past Bonneville to remain undefeated in region play.
CARBON 80, DELTA 70: Dakota Cisneros netted 22 points for Carbon, while also recording eight assists with eight steals in the region win at home. Derek Young added 19 points in the Dino victory.
SNOW CANYON 68, CANYON VIEW 54: Nate Gottfredson scored 16 points, and grabbed 13 rebounds to record the double-double in Snow Canyon's lopsided win over Canyon View.
DESERT HILLS 47, CEDAR 43: In the highly contested region battle, Desert Hills pulled off the upset against Cedar in part due to shooting 14-for-17 from the charity stripe. The Thunder improved to 5-2 in Region 9 with the win.
DIXIE 50, HURRICANE 32: Twelve players contributed points for the Dixie Flyers in the home win over Hurricane.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 53, PARK CITY 38: Terrell Young had 14 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Judge Memorial in the home win over Park City.
TOOELE 51, GRANTSVILLE 40: Tooele opened the game up in the fourth quarter, outscoring Grantsville 27-18. Justin Pollmann finished with a game high 30 points in the Buffaloes region victory.
BEN LOMOND 66, BEAR RIVER 63: Ben Lomond battled through two overtimes to upset Bear River on the road. Sterling Brandley torched the nets for 36 points, and Ben Lomond improved to 6-2 in Region 11.
MORGAN 71, STANSBURY 50: Jake Miles had the hot hand for Morgan, dropping in 19 points to lead the visiting team to victory. Cameron Skinner and Bridger Streadbeck combined for 20 points in the Trojans win.
JUAB 46, NORTH SANPETE 41: Curtis Orme led the Wasps with 22 points in the home win over North Sanpete.
MILLARD 56, BEAVER 51: Jeffrey Robison and Jesse Rhodes combined for 36 points, as the home team benefited from poor free-throw shooting via Beaver.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 90, MAESER PREP 80: Rashaan Griffin and Bryson Young combined for 49 points, including nine 3-pointers, to lift Summit Academy to the region victory on the road.
ROWLAND HALL 41, WATERFORD 26: Malik Adams finished with 12 points and eight rebounds, leading all scorers to give Rowland Hall the edge over visiting Waterford.
SOUTH SUMMIT 67, NORTH SUMMIT 65: Porter Lewis had 20 points to lead South Summit in the win after two overtimes. In the loss, Nick Rees, Cameron Smith (So), and Ben Stephens all scored 15 points.
NORTH SEVIER 61, GUNNISON 55: Dakota Shepherd scored a game-high 29 points, and North Sevier picked up a crucial region victory Wednesday night.
WASATCH ACADEMY 61, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 36: Garrett Crosbby and Koby McEwen each scored 13 points, and Wasatch Academy took control of the game in the first half to improve to 15-1.
MANTI 48, MERIT ACADEMY 47: Jamen Miller led Manti with 11 points in the narrow win over Merit Academy. In the loss, Joel Martinez led all scorers with 17 points.
ST. JOSEPH 85, MOUNT VERNON 37: Sebastian Pomeroy and Nick Gruet led the Jayhawks with 11 points each in the win over Mount Vernon.
WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 68, OAKLEY 41: Ethan Cope led the West Ridge charge with 22 points, as the visiting team finished the game strong to secure the region victory.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 80, LEGACY PREP 38: The Eagles remained unbeaten in Region 17 action.
TINTIC 71, WENDOVER 57: McKade Holman and Taylor Hurst combined for 48 Tintic points, as the home improved to 2-0 in Region 18.
MONTICELLO 60, GRAND 49: Jake Duncan led three Buckaroos in double figures with 15 points as Monticello broke open a close game in the second half.
ST. JOSEPH 31, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 25: Mady White led all scorers with 15 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead St. Joseph to the region victory on the road.
GREEN RIVER 60, PINNACLE 38: The Pirates improved to 5-1 in region action.
PANGUITCH 58, BRYCE VALLEY 49: Darri Frandsen led four Panguitch players in double figures with 18 points, as the visiting team went 24-for-34 from the free-throw line in the region victory. Whitni Syrett led Bryce Valley with 19 points and 13 rebounds in the loss.
PIUTE 63, VALLEY 55: Kierra Gleave and Shaylee Gleave scored 18 points and 16 points respectively, as Piute closed the game on a 23-14 run to earn the 8-2 record in region play.
MILFORD 61, ESCALANTE 42: Chandler Rose and Kennedy Netto combined for 34 points as the Tigers opened both halves on runs of 12-4 and 17-9, respectively.
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