SPRINGVILLE 63, TIMPANOGOS 48: Malia Nawahine's game-high 24 points and Brooke Wheeler's 10 points helped Springville knock off Timpanogos to remain undefeated. Despite the loss, Jamaica Christensen torched the nets for 27 points.
OREM 54, SALEM HILLS 45: Orem was up by 10 going into the half and allowed Salem Hills to make a third quarter run before putting the home squad away in the fourth. Three players scored in double figures for the Tigers led by Cylee Tuimaunei who scored 17 points.
DIXIE 58, PINE VIEW 37: Dixie picked up a big road victory thanks to solid play from Caroline Lantor who scored 14 points. Two other players scored 10 or more for the Flyers while the Panthers only saw one player reach double figures.
CEDAR 49, HURRICANE 34: Cedar picked up the big road win led by Courtney Morley who scored 12 points and hit two 3-pointers. Hurricane's Sela Filo had a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double in the loss.
DESERT HILLS 54, SNOW CANYON 33: Haley Bodnar had a great night for Desert Hills as she scored 21 points and led her team to a win. Teammate Blair Bliss added 13 more points to the Thunders' cause.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 52, UNION 26: Judge Memorial was led to victory over Union behind Kailie Quinn's game-high 17 points and Cathryn Hunt's five 3-pointers. Missy Gingell led the way for Union with nine points.
STANSBURY 46, OGDEN 44 (2OT): Stansbury's Erika Alvey hit three free throws at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime. The Stallions went on to edge out the visiting Tigers in double overtime. Alvey put the team on her back as she scored 20 points and went 10-for-10 from the charity stripe.
MORGAN 54, TOOELE 37: Morgan picked up the double-digit road win to remain undefeated in region play. McKenzie Schenk led the Trojans with 13 points while teammate Kennedy Gibson added 10 points including two 3-pointers.
CARBON 42, JUAB 18: Carbon jumped out to an early lead and cruised to the region victory on the road over Juab. Shelby Cornforth led the way for the Dinos with 10 points.
KANAB 60, MILLARD 57: After being down seven at halftime, Kanab opened up the second half on a 23-13 run and held on to edge out Millard in region play. Whitney Houston scored a game-high 23 points with three 3-pointers while Kaitlyn Glover added 11 points to fuel the Cowboys.
BEAVER 38, ENTERPRISE 32: The Beavers had a strong fourth quarter to close out the Wolves as Brielle Christensen and Schyler Jordan combined for 23 points.
SOUTH SUMMIT 66, MAESER PREP 20: South Summit outscored visiting Maeser Prep 21-0 in the first quarter and coasted to victory from there. McKaye Woolstenhulme and Mariah Davis each scored 14 points for the Wildcats.
NORTH SUMMIT 58, ROWLAND HALL 29: The Braves opened both halves on runs of 16-4 and 18-5, respectively, as Kasidee Evans poured in 17 points.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 48, WATERFORD 28: Summit Academy steadily increased its lead over Waterford to pick up the victory despite shooting nine less free throws. The Bears' Alyssa Richards scored a game-high 13 points.
RICHFIELD 64, EMERY 50: Four players scored in double figures for Richfield in its road victory led by Madison Utley who dropped in 22 points. Hannah Dyer was solid for Emery as she scored 19 points and hit four treys in the loss.
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