BOUNTIFUL 59, WOODS CROSS 42: Bountiful got off to a hot start to earn the double-digit victory over Woods Cross. Tiana Dougher led the Braves with a game-high 13 points.
MURRAY 38, WESTLAKE 34: In the fourth quarter, Murray held onto the ball and the win in a battle against the Thunder. The Spartans were led by Lexi Davies, who recorded eight points, nine boards, and four blocked shots. For Westlake in the loss, Leilani Hansen led all scorers with 13 points and had five steals.
TIMPVIEW 52, PROVO 31: Timpviews Lauryn Dela Cruz scored 17 points to lead her team to victory.
SALEM HILLS 50, MAPLE MTN. 39: Missy Belliston scored a game-high 20 points to lead Salem Hills to the road victory. Aleksa Gappmayer was solid for Maple Mountain in the loss, scoring 16 points and adding 10 boards.
SPRINGVILLE 66, MOUNTAIN VIEW 63: Springville held on at the buzzer to take the victory as Mountain View threw up a last-second desperation shot. Savannah Park led the way with 22 points with six from behind the arch and Malia Nawahine added 14 points.
JUAN DIEGO 68, UNION 36: Five different Juan Diego players scored nine points or more as the Soaring Eagle cruised by Union. Monique Mills had a game-high 16 points for JD while Hallie Horrocks led the Cougars with 13.
WASATCH 53, PARK CITY 36: Wasatch stayed consistent scoring double digits in each quarter to defeat Park City at home. Rebecca MaWhinney had a double-double with 18 points with 10 boards, and Ranee Fagg threw down 12 points.
CARBON 47, PAYSON 32: The Dinos clinched the win by making free throws down the stretch. Shailee Croasmun hit nine consecutive foul shots in the second half and led Carbon with a game-high 19 points.
RICHFIELD 47, GRAND 9: Madison Utley led Richfields balanced scoring attack with nine points. The Wildcats had 10 different players score in the blowout win.
WHITEHORSE 72, GREEN RIVER 66: Kristy Dickson and Raphaela Filfred led the Raiders in the road win over Green River with 22 points and 21 points, respectively. In the loss, Michaela Hughes and Jamie Johnson combined for 42 points.
PANGUITCH 50, PIUTE 32: Panguitch had three players score in double-digits, led by Whittni Ortons 18 points. Teammate Taylor Bennet recorded a 12-point, 11-rebound double-double.
RICH 27, MANILA 21: Rich eked out Manila thanks in large part to Alisa Petersons game-high 13 points. Emily Catron led Manila with 10 points in the loss.
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