SKYLINE 49, HERRIMAN 34: Skyline cruised to victory over Herriman behind Sydnee Taylor's game-high 23 points, and Carly Gilliland's nine points. Ashlee Burge led the way for Herriman with 11 points.
HILLCREST 55, WESTLAKE 52: Hillcrest's strong fourth quarter sealed the victory on the road against Westlake. Whitney Nemelka scored 17 points with six from beyond the arc. Madison Shaw added 13 points.
MURRAY 38, OLYMPUS 36: Brittany Golder led all scorers with 13 points, and Murray hit a basket with just two seconds remaining to earn the road victory.
OREM 50, PROVO 46: Orem's Tatiana Monson led the way with 24 points to give the Tigers a four point victory in overtime. Kyrie Anderson and Eternity Tenney combined for 20 points.
TIMPVIEW 42, MOUNTAIN VIEW 40: Lauryn Dela Cruz sank the game winner with six seconds left to pull off the win for Timpview. Lyndie Haddock led the way with 14 points.
SALEM HILLS 60, TIMPANOGOS 43: Salem Hills' well-balanced scoring attack, led by Missy Belliston with 15 points, led the SkyHawks to victory over Timpanogos. Jamaica Christensen scored a game-high 24 points in the loss.
SPRINGVILLE 59, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 43: Malia Nawahine and Savannah Park combined for 39 points to help Springville get the win and remain undefeated. Tarin Strosser scored a team-high 17 points in the loss.
DESERT HILLS 53, CANYON VIEW 22: Desert Hills took a commanding 31-5 lead heading into halftime and never looked back. Haley Bodnar scored 14 points. Blair Bliss and Whitni Atkin combined for 21 points.
HURRICANE 78, PINE VIEW 63: Hurricane came out of halftime and outscored Pine View 16-9. KC Gubler and Brooklyn Gubler combined for 39 points in the victory.
CEDAR 49, DIXIE 43: Jessica Nakken and Courtney Morley combined for 25 points, and Cedar held off Dixie to earn its seventh region victory this season.
UNION 50, PARK CITY 36: Union captured its first region victory of the season thanks to a strong second quarter and then a 16-point performance from Hannah Horrocks.
JUAN DIEGO 57, JUDGE MEMORIAL 46: Dominique Mills scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to record the double-double in the Juan Diego region win at home.
WASATCH 56, UINTAH 41: Rebecca MaWhinney helped Wasatch trump Uintah with her 25 points, and the Wasps dominated the second half to earn the region win.
MORGAN 61, BEAR RIVER 48: Morgan's 21-9 advantage from the free-throw line helped the Trojans get the win over Bear River in region play. McKenzie Schenk led all scorers with 22 points to fuel Morgan.
NORTH SANPETE 62, PAYSON 43: Taylor Gordon led four North Sanpete scorers in double figures with 18 points, and the home team finished the game on a 22-13 run to earn the region victory.
DELTA 49, JUAB 34: Angela Burton managed to score 17 points, with 15 points from beyond the arc, as Delta took the victory at home.
CARBON 43, SPANISH FORK 40: Giovanna Chiara scored a team-high 10 points, and Shailee Croasmun added nine points to help Carbon outlast Spanish Fork. McKinley Brinkerhoff's two treys and 10 points led the way for the Dons.
BEAVER 43, KANAB 40: Beaver's Schyler Jordan led the way with 19 points and three assits, while Hattie Snyder added 12 points with 11 boards.
PAROWAN 46, MILLARD 32: Parowan's 3-pronged scoring attack of Chennin Benson, Taucia Rowley and McKinsey Smith combined for 41 of its 46 points to get the win over Millard.
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