GREEN RIVER 71, WHITEHORSE 61: Green River outscored Whitehorse 24-4 in the second quarter which proved to be big in its 10-point win. Michaela Hughes led the way for the Pirates with 23 points while Whitehorse's Raphaela Filfred led her team with 18 points in the loss.
MONTICELLO 52, PINNACLE 27: Brittany Keith had a great night for the Buckaroos as she scored 21 points and hit five 3-pointers to lead her team to victory.
MONTICELLO 97, PINNACLE 57: Monticello had five players score in double-digits, led by Jake Duncan with 20 points, and the Buckaroos shot the lights out from downtown with 13 treys. Taje Richardson led the way for Pinnacle with 14 points in the loss.
GREEN RIVER 66, WHITEHORSE 52: Green River's 3-pronged scoring attack of Spencer Marshall, TJ Hughes and Jon Mendez combined for 47 points to help lift the Pirates over the Raiders. Elijah Garcia's three 3-pointers and 15 points led the way for Whitehorse in the loss.
WEST JORDAN 48, COPPER HILLS 45: West Jordan defeated Copper Hills in a Region 3 thriller. Markii Ashton, Haley Carle and Lejla Hadzialijagic each scored 12 points for the Jaguars in the back-and-forth game.
BRIGHTON 49, COTTONWOOD 44: Brighton put away Cottonwood on the road in a close overtime game. Maddy Chin and Lindsey Johnson provided a one-two punch for the Bengals as they each scored 17 points.
PLEASANT GROVE 55, LEHI 43: Pleasant Grove picked up the big road victory over Lehi behind solid performances from MeKenna Miles and Lilly Evans. Miles scored a game-high 24 points and hit three 3-pointers while Evans added 13 points and grabbed 10 boards to record the double-double.
BINGHAM 42, RIVERTON 35: Jillian Powell was outstanding for the Miners as she scored 22 points and had four makes from behind the arc to lead her team to victory. Visiting Riverton was led by Jamie Smith who scored 13 points and hit three treys.
BONNEVILLE 72, BOX ELDER 23:
ROY 58, MOUNTAIN CREST 53: Roy's Kaitlyn Hurley led with 19 points in the five point victory at home. Aubrey Porter added 18 points with 12 coming from beyond the arc.
SKY VIEW 53, LOGAN 47: Sky View had a clutch fourth quarter as it outscored visiting Logan by six. The Bobcats led by 11 at the half but the Grizzlies quickly made a game of it as the score was tied by the beginning of the decisive final period. Tara Goldman and Kendra Falslev each played well for the Bobcats, scoring 18 and 17 points, respectively.
DIXIE 41, CANYON VIEW 25: Caroline Lantor led the Flyers with 13 points while teammate Kelsey McCann added 12 more in the win. Dixie outscored Canyon View 21-9 in the first half and cruised from there.
CEDAR 47, PINE VIEW 34: Behind its strong first-half performance, Cedar was able to walk away unscathed from its double-digit win on Pine View's home court. Taylor Davis scored a game-high 10 points with 3 treys, while Madison Alger added nine points to lead the Cedar.
SNOW CANYON 77, HURRICANE 55: Snow Canyon picked up the double-digit victory thanks in large part to Amy Harris who scored a game-high 27 points. The Warriors got off to a hot start, outscoring the visiting Tigers 34-6 and never looked back.
OGDEN 52, GRANTSVILLE 34: Ogden opened the game on a 14-2 run and had 12 players find the box score to help solidify the blowout road win over Grantsville in region play. Morgan Jones and Nikki Thompson led the Tigers with eight points apiece.
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