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.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 41, ROWLAND HALL 38: McKenzie Parker and Alyssa Richards each scored 11 points to help Summit Academy escape with the close road win in region play.
SOUTH SUMMIT 57, WATERFORD 25: South Summit took control early in the game and never looked back. Alisha Lewis scored 14 points, and Jamie NcNeil scored 11.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 65, MERIT ACADEMY 12: ALA opened the game with a 42-0 first half lead, and coasted for the lopsided region win at home.
MANTI 48, NORTH SEVIER 37: Manti's dominant first and third quarter propelled the Templars over North Sevier in region play. Mandee Christensen poured in a game-high 19 points, and Melanie Mitsvotai added 14 to fuel Manti.
GUNNISON 47, WASATCH ACADEMY 25: Madee Christenson led the way for the Bulldogs by scoring 12 points in the 22 point victory on the road.
ST. JOSEPH 45, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 22: St. Joseph took control of the game early, outscoring ICS 24-7 at halftime, and never looked back. Katie Panushka scored a game high 17 points five assists and four steals. Liz Tomon added 13 points with 12 rebounds.
PANGUITCH 69, VALLEY 53: Panguitch's Darri Frandsen scored a game high 29 points with 13 boards. Taylor Bennett threw down 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the 16 point victory over Valley at home.
BRYCE VALLEY 43, MILFORD 39: Brittney Frost managed to score 17 points, as Bryce Valley ended the game on a 12-6 run for the win at home.
WAYNE 72, ESCALANTE 52: Rebekah Rasmussen dropped in 21 points, while Hannah Ellet addded 17 points to lead Wayne past Escalante in region play.
SAN JUAN 43, MONTICELLO 32: San Juan's dominant fourth quarter, and impressive 17-for-18 shooting from the charity stripe, secured the victory over Monticello. Sam Giddings and Brooke Lyman led the way for the Broncos, scoring 15 and 13 points each.
DOVE CREEK, COLO. 34, GRAND 22: Grand looked to gain momentum heading into the halftime, but were outscored 17-7 in the second half of the loss at home.
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