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 three 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.
BEAR RIVER 71, TOOELE 31: Bear River easily defeated visiting Tooele in a Region 11 match-up. Ten different players scored for the Bears led by Jordan Theurer who dropped in 18 points.
NORTH SANPETE 47, JUAB 35: Taylor Gordon scored 19 points and knocked down two 3-pointers as North Sanpete used a big second half to pull away from Juab to clinch the final playoff spot from Region 12.
DELTA 40, CARBON 24: Delta's 14-3 run in the second quarter helped the Rabbits clinch the Region 12 Championship with the double-digit win over Carbon. TaNeil Clayton's nine points and Angela Burton's eight points led the way for Delta.
BEAVER 51, MILLARD 41: Beaver outscored Millard 27-9 in the second and third quarter to escape with the road win over Millard in region play. MaCail Wood scored a game-high 15 points and added 15 boards, while Hattie Snyder chipped in 13 points and 14 rebounds to fuel the Beavers.
MAESER PREP 40, SUMMIT ACADEMY 32: Maeser Prep had a solid second half to propel it past visiting Summit Academy. The Lions trailed by two at the half but picked it up, outscoring the Bears by 10 in the second half.
WATERFORD 43, ROWLAND HALL 35: Katie Haines had a solid performance for Waterford in its road victory as she scored 14 points and hit three treys. Teammate Ria Sandhu added 10 points to the Ravens' cause.
NORTH SUMMIT 58, SOUTH SUMMIT 49: Kasidee Evans and MiCaela Willoughby combined for 31 points and 13 boards to help North Summit survive the OT scare against South Summit. Alisha Lewis' team-high 14 points set the pace for the Wildcats in the loss.
RICHFIELD 45, SOUTH SEVIER 23: Richfield's swarming defense limited South Sevier to just six first-half points, and the Wildcats racked up 20 steals in the blowout win over South Sevier. Madison Utley scored a team-high 10 points, while Megan Bean's impressive stat line of nine points, eight boards and five steals fueled the Wildcats.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 51, WASATCH ACADEMY 13: American Leadership's defensive intensity set the tone by grabbing an impressive 39 boards, and racking up 24 steals in the blowout win over Wasatch Academy in region play. Mauri Staheli's game-high 15 points and six steals fueled the Eagles.
NORTH SEVIER 56, GUNNISON 41: Devyn Sorensen recorded the 14-point, 10-rebound double-double for North Sevier in its victory over Gunnison. Cassidee Shepherd scored 14 points for the Wolves who, after trailing by one at half, put away the visiting squad in the second half.
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