Fremont 66, Weber 52: Fremont had a dominant first half and cuised through the second half to capture the road win over Weber. Shelby Molen had a good night for the Silver Wolves as she dropped in 22 points while teammate Amanda Wayment added 19 more.
Hunter 59, Kearns 44: Hunter picked up the victory as five players scored in double figures. Corrine Cleaverly led the Wolverines with 12 points while the Cougars' Nyamouch Kuay scored a game-high 22 points in the loss.
Viewmont 48, Granger 42: Viewmont jumped out to an early 17-5 and ultimately staged off a furious Granger comeback for the road win. Caitlyn Larsen had 23 points and three 3-pointers for the Vikings.
Woods Cross 46, East 42: Woods Cross came alive in the second half to take the comeback victory. Aubree Riddle scored 12 points with one trey.
Cyprus 65, Highland 47: The Pirates outscored the Rams 24-7 in the first quarter and never looked back. Abby Barrett led the way with 20 points. Tori Dyson chipped in 17 points with 15 from beyond the arc.
Westlake 41, Herriman 29: Trailing at the break, Westlake limited Herriman to nine second half points to claim the big win. Macie Peterson scored 16 points for the Thunder and Amanda Campbell added 13 points.
Hillcrest 49, Olympus 31: Hillcrest's Whitney Nemelka scored a game-high 19 points with five steals in the 18-point victory at home.
Murray 37, Skyline 34: The Spartans were led by Bailey Leiter, who had a double-double of 15 points and 13 rebounds. In the loss, Sydnee Taylor had 16 points.
Uintah 47, Park City 35: Uintah limited Park City to two points in the opening eight minutes and behind Caity Beddes' 16 points picked up the win.
Juan Diego 45, Wasatch 43: Juan Diego's took the lead in the third quarter to extend their lead and take the victory on the road. Monique and Dominique Mills combined for 26 points.
Ogden 62, Tooele 43: Ogden exploded in the second half to propel itself past visiting Tooele. Kelsey East was solid for the Tigers scoring 17 points and hitting three 3-pointers.
Spanish Fork 55, N. Sanpete 47: Paige Beckstrom and McKinley Brinkerhoff combined for 25 points in the win for Spanish Fork. In a close game, North Sanpete managed only 16-of-33 from the free-throw line compared to 12-of-16 by the Dons.
South Sevier 37, San Juan 29: Hadley Jensen scored a team-high 11 points and South Sevier outscored San Juan 11-5 in the final eight minutes to preserve the win.
Mon. Valley 60, Green River 48: In the Cougars win over the Pirates, Heidi Nelson, Cassidy Augustine, and Rihana Atene all scored in double-digits with 20 points, 17 points, and 14 points, respectively. In the loss, Michaela Hughes led all scorers with 21 points.
Manila 36, Tabiona 19: Ashlee Hullinger was feeling it from distance, hitting four 3-pointers, and finished with 14 points to guide Manila to the win.
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