TIMPVIEW 56, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 46: Timpview's first-half lead was just enough for the T-Birds to hang on to as they got the road win over Maple Mountain in region play. Taylor Roy's game-high 22 points and Dax Raymond's 10 points led the way for Timpview.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 51, PROVO 43: Mountain View's dominant second half propelled the Bruins over Provo in region play. Austin Kocherhans led all scorers with 16 points while Ryan Warner added 15 to fuel Mountain View.
SPRINGVILLE 72, TIMPANOGOS 40: Dawson Pedersen and Max Schreiner had 16 points apiece as the Red Devils led 24-9 after the first quarter.
OREM 71, SALEM HILLS 51: Orem had four players reach double digits, led by Dalton Nixon with 22 points, as they cruised to victory over Salem Hills in region play. Cooper Holt also contributed 15 points for the Tigers.
RICH 56, WEST SIDE, IDAHO 35: John Acree led Rich with 15 points while Skyler Argyle chipped in 11 to help the Rebels cruise past West Side, Idaho.
WEST JORDAN 50, JORDAN 46: West Jordan was able to edge out Jordan behind its powerful 14-4 run in the third quarter. Lejla Hadzialijagic led all scorers with 15 points while Kim Evans added 11 to lead West Jordan.
ALTA 53, BRIGHTON 50: Alta was clutch at the free-throw line down the stretch to eke out visiting Brighton. Jalissa Bagley had a great performance for the Hawks as she scored 12 points and grabbed 10 boards.
COTTONWOOD 37, COPPER HILLS 27: Cottonwood defeated Copper Hills on the road led by Nichole Kristensen who scored 12 points and hit two 3-pointers. The Grizzlies' Yarima Gutierrez led all scorers with 14 points in the loss.
BINGHAM 51, PLEASANT GROVE 39: Bingham's dominant second and third quarters gave the Miners the edge over Pleasant Grove. Jillian Powell scored 17 points and sank three treys while Ashton Henderson added 13 points help Bingham remain undefeated. Megan Wilde scored 17 points in the loss.
RIVERTON 51, LONE PEAK 35: Riverton outscored the home team by 16 combined points in the first and third quarters which proved to be the difference in its victory. Whitney Saunders had a solid performance for the Silverwolves, scoring 14 points.
BOX ELDER 37, MOUNTAIN CREST 34: Despite trailing by 10 at the half, Box Elder had a solid second half and edged out Mountain Crest to pick up the road victory. Mitzi Munns led the Bees with 11 points including one 3-pointer, while teammate Megan Sutton added 10 more.
LOGAN 67, ROY 60: Catherine Mount and Lauren Mott combined for 33 points to help Logan knock off Roy in region play. Kaitlyn Hurley scored a game-high 25 points with three 3-pointers in the loss.
BONNEVILLE 49, SKY VIEW 48: Bonneville barely captured the road victory to stay undefeated. Cortney Porter scored 14 points and hit four treys to lead the Lakers while teammate Kayla Eilertson scored 12 points and hit two 3-pointers.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 41, PROVO 32: Mountain View traveled to Provo and earned the victory thanks to balanced scoring. Eight players scored for the Bruins, led by Gentry Oldham and Amanda Turnbull who scored nine and eight points, respectively.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 49, TIMPVIEW 43: Aleksa Gappmayer led a balanced Golden Eagle attack with 11 points.
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