High school basketball: Results from more than 50 high school games across the state
PLEASANT GROVE 57, LONE PEAK 50: Megan Wilde scored a game-high 17 points, and also dished out seven assists with five steals in the region victory over Lone Peak. The Vikings outscored the Knights 10-3 in the overtime period.
RIVERTON 48, AMERICAN FORK 34: Riverton's Jamie Smith led the way scoring 11 points with three from behind the arc.
SKY VIEW 74, ROY 49: Tara Goldman led five Bobcats in double figures with 19 points as Sky View opened the second half on a 24-9 run.
BONNEVILLE 44, MOUNTAIN CREST 26: Emilie Volk was the only Bonneville player to eclipse double digit scoring figures with 24 points but the Lakers still managed to put away Mountain Crest.
LOGAN 57, BOX ELDER 48: Lauren Mott led four Logan players in double figures with 21 points, as the visiting team finished 14-for-18 from the free-throw line to pick up the win on the road.
BOUNTIFUL 49, EAST 42: Jenny Skedros dropped in 16 points, and Bountiful improved to 7-1 in region play to keep pace with Cyprus.
MURRAY 36, HERRIMAN 34: Murray survived a nail-biter, as it outscored Herriman 11-2 in the final quarter. Bailey Leiter finished with 13 points in the Spartans region victory.
WESTLAKE 53, OLYMPUS 36: Ashley Calder led the Westlake attack with 16 points, and handed Olympus an eighth straight region loss.
SKYLINE 58, HILLCREST 41: Sydnee Taylor led all scorers with 18 points, and Skyline improved to 7-1 in region play with a solid 17-point victory over visiting Hillcrest.
SALEM HILLS 60, PROVO 36: Erica Egbert scored 20 points, and had five steals to lead Salem Hills past Provo in region play.
TIMPVIEW 54, TIMPANOGOS 31: The T-Birds held the Timberwolves to three points in the second quarter as Audrey Smith led three Timpview players in double figures with 12 points.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 41, MOUNTAIN VIEW 31: Tarin Strosser led the Golden Eagles with 15 points as Maple Mountain closed the game on a 15-3 run.
SPRINGVILLE 62, OREM 42: Malia Nawahine led all scorers with 21 points, and dropped in three 3-pointers in the lopsided victory over Orem.
CANYON VIEW 58, PINE VIEW 34: Josie Platt netted 16 points, including four 3-pointers to lead Canyon View to the easy region win over Pine View.
SNOW CANYON 50, DIXIE 46: Snow Canyon's Amy Harris scored 22 points with eight boards and four steals in the four point overtime victory on the road. Grace Walton added 11 points with five boards and five assists.
DESERT HILLS 58, HURRICANE 37: Blair Bliss had 16 points, and Haley Bodnar contributed 18 points to lead Desert Hills past visiting Hurricane. Brooklyn Gubler finished with 13 points in the Tiger loss.
UINTAH 59, UNION 53: Erin Elder led three Uintah scorers in double figures with 15 points, and Uintah held on down the stretch to pick up the road victory.
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