JUDGE MEMORIAL 59, JUAN DIEGO 58: Judge Memorial had four players score in double-digits, led by Ryan Pauley with 20, as the Bulldogs held on to earn the tough road victory in region play. Gabe Colosimo drained five treys and torched the nets for 33 points to fuel the Soaring Eagle.
WASATCH 53, UINTAH 39: Wasatch used a 19-7 run in the second quarter and outscored Uintah 17-7 from the charity stripe to get the tough road win in region play. Jackson Gordon led the Wasps with 10 points, while Denver Buckalew hit three treys and scored a team-high 13 points for the Utes.
PARK CITY 49, UNION 39: Park City's 22-11 rally in the fourth quarter helped the Miners edge out Union. Ryan Sherman torched the nets for a game-high 19 points, and Bosten VanDerVeur chipped in 11 to fuel Park City.
LAYTON 47, WEBER 43: Layton's Cassidy Anderson and Maddi Smith led the way with a combined 27 points with six 3-pointers.
SYRACUSE 48, FREMONT 44: Syracuse took control of the game heading into halftime and continued the streak for the victory. Courtney Starks had a game high 13 points with six from beyond the arc. Paige Trimble threw down 15 points.
DAVIS 56, NORTHRIDGE 44: Sydney Acord had five steals to go with her 21 points, but Davis had three players in double figures as Emily Bott, Natalie Mecham and Jessica Richardson led the Darts to a win.
GRANGER 71, HUNTER 37: Lile Havili scored a game high 19 points, and Granger held Hunter to just 16 points in the first half of a blowout victory.
VIEWMONT 46, WEST 43: Despite getting outscored 14-7 in the fourth quarter, Viewmont was able to hold on to knock-off West. Caitlyn Larsen and Katie Toole led the way for the Vikings, scoring 15 and 14 points each, respectively. Despite the tough loss, Cadie Payne finished with a game-high 16 points.
KEARNS 59, TAYLORSVILLE 57: The Cougars took the victory from Taylorsville in a tough battle. Tavane Afatasi scored 11 points with six from behind the arc.
JORDAN 60, COPPER HILLS 54: Jordan's strong second quarter gave them the push they needed to take the victory at home. Patty Daley led with 18 points, while Abbie Bird threw down 14 with one 3-pointer.
BRIGHTON 49, WEST JORDAN 40: Brighton outscored West Jordan 14-7 in the fourth quarter to secure the win for the Bengals. Maddy Chin led the way for Brighton with 15 points while, Lejla Hadzialijagic scored a team-high 13 points in the loss.
COTTONWOOD 56, ALTA 50: Andrea Brady and Brianna Jorgensen combined for 34 Cottonwood points, and the Colts handed Alta just it's second region loss of the season.
BOX ELDER 59, ROY 54: Box Elder were led by Mitzi Munns and her 18 points, and the visiting team overcame a sluggish start to nab the region win.
MOUNTAIN CREST 42, SKY VIEW 37: Despite the heartbreaking overtime loss, Lindsey Jensen scored a game high 20 points. Tara Goldman recorded a double-double scoring 14 points and had 15 boards.
BONNEVILLE 64, LOGAN 45: Bonneville started the game out strong by outscoring Logan 18-9. Emilie Volk led the way with 20 points and five boards, while Kayle Eilertson added 19 with nine from behind the arc.
CLEARFIELD 43, WOODS CROSS 34: Kaitlyn Stratton managed to score 17 points, as Clearfield ended the game on a 14-3 run for the win at home.
CYPRUS 60, EAST 32: Four Cyprus players scored in double figures, and the visiting team crushed East in region play.
BOUNTIFUL 55, HIGHLAND 39: Tiana Dougher led Bountiful with 12 points and 11 rebounds, while Jenny Skedros added 17 points with eight steals to hand Highland a sixth consecutive region loss.
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