Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Weber 71, Fremont 57: Hayden Schenck had a game-high of 28 points for Weber in its road win over Fremont while teammate Mason MIles added 18 more. The Warriors out-rebounded the Silver Wolves 33-15.
Davis 60, Syracuse 53: Davis took a 23-14 run in the fourth quarter to earn the victory at home. Abel Porter had 19 points with six assists. Cole Haley added 13 points with three boards.
Layton 61, Northridge 55: Jarriesse Blackmon had a great night for Layton in its win, scoring 21 points while grabbing nine boards. Three other players scored in double figures for the Lancers while the Knights' Jacob Bigler scored a game-high 23 points including seven treys in the loss.
West 66, Taylorsville 58 (OT): West secured the road win over Taylorsville in overtime. The Panthers were led by Sunday Owda and Dallyn Kenner who had 20 points and 17 points, respectively. For the Warriors, Jevin Warren scored 19 points, and Sidney Freeman had 18 points.
Viewmont 61, Granger 41: Viewmont had 16 steals, seven of which came courtesy of Jarom Tye, to frustrate Granger's offensive rhythm. McKay Richins, McKay Butler and Tye all reached double digit scoring figures.
Hunter 58, Kearns 49: Trailing 31-20 early in the third, Hunter outscored Kearns 38-18 the rest of the way. Noah Togiai led Hunter with 24 points.
Alta 65, Brighton 43: Alta pulled off the upset on the road against Brighton, which was previously unbeaten in region. The Hawks collectively hit 12 3-pointers, nine of which from Zach Rollins and RJ Beard.
American Fork 79, Lehi 67: American Fork got off to a hot start and held off Lehi to pick up the road victory. Ryan Andrus had a great outing for the Cavemen as he scored 27 points while three teammates also reached double figures.
Bingham 71, Pleasant Grove 60: Brandon Morley put the team on his back as he scored 25 points to lead Bingham in its road victory. Two other players scored in double figures for the Miners.
Lone Peak 46, Riverton 27: Lone Peak improved upon its near perfect season in a defensive battle with Riverton. The Knights were led by Talon Shumway who scored 14 points and hit a 3-pointer while Nick Emery added 12 more points. The Silverwolves' Stehpan Holm scored a game-high 17 points including four treys in the loss.
Woods Cross 60, East 52: Woods Cross outscored East by nine points in the third quarter which proved to be the difference in its eight-point road victory. Skylar Farnes led the Wildcats with 20 points including three 3-pointers. The Wildcats hit nine 3-pointers as a team.
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