Ravell Call, Deseret News
WEBER 66, SYRACUSE 62: Syracuse nearly clawed its way back to victory after trailing Weber by 17 after three periods, but its 28-point effort in the final period was too little, too late. Hayden Schenk led the Warriors with 18 points, while Jaren McKnight added 16 more.
KEARNS 60, WEST 51: Dayon Goodman went off for a game high 38 points, as Kearns managed to sneak past West in region play.
TAYLORSVILLE 60, GRANGER 52: Taylorsville's strong second half gave the Warriors the road win over Granger in region play. Jevin Warren's game-high 23 points, and Kia Delacerna's three 3-pointers fueled the Warriors.
BRIGHTON 73, COTTONWOOD 51: Brandon Miller's game-high 23 points earned him the title of Brighton's all-time leading scorer while fueling the Bengals in the blowout victory over Cottonwood.
ALTA 67, JORDAN 59: Alta's Elijah Glissmeyer scored eight points in his return to basketball after his near-fatal injury earlier in the year. In their win, the Hawks saw three players score in double digits led by Landon Albrecht and Trevor Hill, who each scored 15 points.
WEST JORDAN 55, COPPER HILLS 37: West Jordan ran away from Copper Hills in the fourth quarter to solidify the win over Copper Hills in region play. Parker Brown poured in a game-high 18 points, and Spencer Nisson added 13 for the Jaguars.
ROY 55, MOUNTAIN CREST 43: Brekkott Chapman paced Roy with 23 points, and the home team enjoyed the lead the entire night to cruise past Mountain Crest in region play.
BOX ELDER 52, BONNEVILLE 51: After getting outscored by 17 points in the first half, Box Elder dominated the second half and squeezed by Bonneville on the road in region play. Shad Watson's five 3-pointers and game-high 33 points led the way for the Bees.
HIGHLAND 60, WOODS CROSS 50: Highland had four players score in double-figures, led by Todd Connolly with 16 points, as the Rams escaped with the victory on Woods Cross' home floor.
BOUNTIFUL 59, CYPRUS 39: Pere LeSueur led all scorers with 14-points, and Bountiful kept it's region record perfect at 8-0 with the lopsided win at home.
EAST 51, CLEARFIELD 48: Despite shooting 12-of-26 from the charity stripe, East was able to grind out the win behind Parker Van Dyke's game-high 26 points. Marquis Jones' 18 points fueled Clearfield in the loss.
MURRAY 61, HILLCREST 39: Dylan Ross sank four 3-pointers, and finished with a game-high 18 points to lead Murray past Hillcrest in region play.
WESTLAKE 42, SKYLINE 27: Zavon Jackson led Westlake with 16 points in its double-digit road win over Skyline. The Thunder got off to an early lead an never looked back.
OLYMPUS 49, HERRIMAN 45: Alec Johnson of Herriman nailed a 3-pointer from half court at the end of regulation to send the game to overtime. With four seconds remaining in the extra period, Jaren Jones of Olympus hit two free throws to ice the game.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 65, TIMPANOGOS 52: Mountain View had a big second half to give it the road victory. Four players reached double digits led by Ryan Warner who scored 13 points and hit one 3-pointer. The Timberwolves' Trevor Schade scored a game-high 20 points and hit four treys in the loss.
SPRINGVILLE 76, SALEM HILLS 51: Spencer Frixione scored 11 points, and dished out 12 assists to record a double-double in the Springville win. Bradley Kitchen and Max Schreiner each scored 14 points in the region victory.
OREM 48, TIMPVIEW 42: With first place on the line in Region 8, Orem built up a double-digit lead in the second quarter and then withstood a late rally by Timpview to improve to 17-3 on the season. Timpview missed a 3-pointer that could've tied it with 38 seconds remaining, and Orem iced it from the free-throw line the rest of the way. Zach Hunsaker was one of three Orem players who scored in double figures, as he finished with 16 points.
PINE VIEW 75, CANYON VIEW 64: Pine View's Jack Bangerter was nearly unstoppable, as he dropped 26 points and had seven makes from behind the arc to lead his team to victory.
DESERT HILLS 58, SNOW CANYON 52: Desert Hills outscored Snow Canyon by six, which proved to be the difference in its narrow road victory. Ty Rutledge led the way for the Thunder by scoring 15 points, and hitting three 3-pointers.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 55, PARK CITY 43: The Bulldogs established a double digit lead at the halftime, and managed to hold onto the Region 10 victory. Ryan Pauley and Terrell Young combined to score 28 points for Judge.
WASATCH 45, UNION 41: Wasatch held off Union to get the road victory after a solid first half. A solid scoring attack for the Wasps was led by Nate Dow, who scored 10 points.
JUAN DIEGO 55, UINTAH 50:
OGDEN 62, GRANTSVILLE 33: After a close first half, Ogden finished strong to put away visiting Grantsville. Spencer Smith scored 23 points to lead the Tigers, while teammate Larry Rodriguez added 15 more.
BEAR RIVER 73, TOOELE 58: Bear River picked up the road win in region play, as Wade Miller went off for 29 points including three treys. Tooele's Justin Pollmann was equally impressive, scoring a game-high 35 points, including one 3-pointer in the loss.
BEN LOMOND 54, STANSBURY 51: After being down by nine points at halftime, Ben Lomond came storming back in the second half to steal the region win from Stansbury. Sterling Brandley and Josh Hardin tallied 14 points apiece in the Scots' region win.
ENTERPRISE 52, PAROWAN 40: Despite Justin Prisbrey and Ricky Ramos being sidelined, Enterprise was able to grind out the win over Parowan to clinch the Region 13 title. Dayce Truman set the pace for Enterprise with 21 points, and Justin Hulet ripped the nets for a game-high 29 points with five treys in the loss.
BEAVER 59, MILLARD 50: Braxton Williams scored 17 points, and Michael Roberts added 16 points with four 3-pointers to lead Beaver in the region win. Jeffrey Robison scored a game-high 19 points for Millard in the loss.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 89, MAESER PREP 47: Tyler Farris drained seven 3-pointers, and finished with 23 points to lead Summit Academy to the lopsided region win.
WATERFORD 66, ROWLAND HALL 60: Alex Millet led all scorers with 20 points, as the Ravens upended Rowland Hall in overtime.
SOUTH SUMMIT 55, NORTH SUMMIT 50: Beau Rydalch led all scorers with 24 points, and South Summit managed to finish the game victors after getting outscored 12-7 in the final quarter.
EMERY 72, SAN JUAN 62: In its victory, Emery had four players score in double digits led by Dawson Jensen who scored 18 points. San Juan's Barkley Christensen scored 18 points, and hit a trey in the loss.
GUNNISON 46, NORTH SEVIER 45: Colby Caldwell hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to propel Gunnison past North Sevier. Caldwell finished with 14 points for the Bulldogs, while the Wolves' Dakota Shepherd scored a game-high 21 points in the loss.
WASATCH ACADEMY 79, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 30: Wasatch Academy dominated in this Region 16 matchup, as three of its players scored in double figures. The Tigers were led by Geno Luzcando, who dropped in 20 points.
MANTI 56, MERIT ACADEMY 49: Jamen Miller led Manti with 17 points, and the visiting team used a 20-10 second-quarter run to get past Merit on the road.
ST. JOSEPH 69, CONCORDIA PREP 21: Brendan Daley scored a game high 22 points, while Will Carrington added 23 rebounds to fuel the St. Joseph victory at home. Carrington also finished with 10 points to record the double-double.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 87, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 24: Layton Christian had nine players find the box score, and Preston Sill and Duce Namazi combined for 38 points with 6 treys in the blowout win over West Ridge Academy.
LEGACY PREP 59, OAKLEY 35: Klint Gardiner and Kylan Gardiner were outstanding for Legacy Prep, as they scored 25 and 20 points, respectively. Teammate Jacob Higginson recorded a double-double for the Lions, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 boards.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 62, MOUNT VERNON 33: Intermountain Christian had four players score in double figures in the blowout victory over Mount Vernon at home. Zach Paige, Kendall Johnson and Mikey Boettger had 13 points. Will Green contributed 13.
RICH 49, DUCHESNE 46: Rich edged out Duchesne in a back-and-forth game, thanks to big second and third quarters. McKay Jarman led the Rebels' balanced scoring attack with 11 points.
MANILA 54, ALTAMONT 40: Manila cruised to the double-digit win behind its well-balanced scoring attack. Daniel Raymond scored a team-high 11 points with three treys to power the Mustangs.
REG. 20 TOUR
PIUTE 52, MILFORD 43: Piute played a solid game throughout to hold off Milford to capture the Region 20 Tournament title and the No. 1 seed at the state tournament next week.
PANGUITCH 45, ESCALANTE 34: Panguitch beat Escalante to earn the No. 3 seed from Region 20 for the state tournament.
WAYNE def. BRYCE VALLEY: Wayne upset Bryce Valley to claim the final playoff spot from Region 20.
SYRACUSE 60, WEBER 47: Despite being down by nine points at halftime, Syracuse was able to steal the win from Weber behind its 28-6 run in the fourth quarter. Takenna Hamblin tallied 16 points, while Logan Harker chipped in 15 to fuel the Titans.
FREMONT 50, NORTHRIDGE 29: Fremont easily defeated Northridge on the road thanks to solid performances from Amanda Wayment and Shelby Molen. Wayment scored 18 points, while Molen added 14 points to the Silver Wolves' cause.
DAVIS 49, LAYTON 44: Jessica Richardson led the Davis attack with 18 points, as the visiting team earned the top seed in Region 1 with the narrow victory.
TAYLORSVILLE 45, GRANGER 44: Despite getting outscored 14-7 in the third quarter, Taylorsville was able to outlast Granger to earn the region victory. Mattie Evensen netted a game-high 17 points, while Julie Maka added 13 to power the Warriors.
KEARNS 52, WEST 44: The Cougars hit 9-of-11 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull away with the victory. Rosetta Kasala led Kearns with 12 points and two 3-pointers.
ALTA 41, JORDAN 32: Alta outscored Jordan 22-8 from the charity stripe, and the Hawks were able to earn the tough victory on the road. Elsa Ferre scored a team-high 12 points, while Adrianna Jensen added 11 to fuel Alta.
AMERICAN FORK 43, LONE PEAK 40: Bryanna Adams led the way for American Fork in its Region 4 victory with 10 points. Teammate Jaylee Shepherd added nine points including one trey.
CLEARFIELD 53, EAST 43: Bailey Douglas finished with 15 points, while Kaitlyn Stratton added 13 points to lift Clearfield over East. The Falcons managed to outscore East 22-11 in the fourth quarter.
BOUNTIFUL 46, CYPRUS 43: Kennedy Merrick and Jenny Skedros combined for 23 points, and Bountiful slipped past Cyprus to inch closer to the top of Region 6.
HIGHLAND 51, WOODS CROSS 42: Highland picked up the road victory in a game that saw 68 combined free throws between the two squads. The Rams were led by Haylie Bell, who scored 14 points and hit two 3-pointers.
HERRIMAN 38, OLYMPUS 28: Herriman outscored Olympus 16-9 in the first quarter and held on to get the region win against Olympus in region play. Baily Hayward's 11 points and Kayla Peel's eight points led the way for the Mustangs.
SKYLINE 43, WESTLAKE 38: Skyline picked up the road victory thanks to solid play by Carly Gilliland who scored 18 points. Sydnee Taylor contributed nine points to the Eagles' cause.
MURRAY 45, HILLCREST 37: Brittany Golder led the Spartans with 15 points and a three 3-pointer, while Lexi Davies pulled down 11 boards. For Hillcrest in the loss, Whitney Nemelka scored a game-high 22 points with three 3-pointers.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 61, PROVO 38: Maple Mountain consistently built upon its lead over Provo, as it captured the road victory. Kylee Porter led the way for the Golden Eagles with 17 points, while Aleksa Gappmayer added 13 more.
TIMPVIEW 51, OREM 39: Timpview shut down Orem by outscoring them 16-1 heading into halftime. Lacy Haddock scored a game high 13 points, while Audrey Smith and Lauryn Dela Cruz combined for 16.
SPRINGVILLE 56, SALEM HILLS 47: Malia Nawahine recorded the double-double with 16 points and 13 boards, and Ashli Averett added 16 points with three treys to help Springville win and remain undefeated. Missy Belliston led all scorers with 22 points in the loss.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, TIMPANOGOS 43: Mountain View shutout Timpanogos in overtime to escape with the road victory in region play. Jessica Raab scored a team-high 12 points, while McKenna Cox added 9 for the Bruins. Jamaica Christensen scored a game-high 19 points in the loss.
PARK CITY 45, JUDGE MEMORIAL 42: Carson Lyman scored 25 points and hit 10-of-10 free throws to lead the Miners in the home victory. For the Bulldogs Adanna Foley, Kailie Quinn, and Sadie Sewell combined for four 3-pointers in the loss
JUAN DIEGO 51, UINTAH 43: After a close first half, Juan Diego put away the visiting squad to pick up the win. Lancee Whetman had a great outing for the Soaring Eagle with a 21-point, 10-rebound night.
WASATCH 62, UNION 33: Rebecca MaWhinney was the driving force of the Wasatch offense, netting a game high 20 points to lead the Wasps to a lopsided region win.
PAYSON 55, SPANISH FORK 47: Payson's Alex Ford scored all of her 11 points in the second quarter, which led to the nine-point victory over Spanish Fork at home. Katelyn Hannifin added 15 points, with nine points from beyond the arc.
EMERY 71, SAN JUAN 56: Emery earned the big road win as it drained 10 3-pointers as a team. Hannah Dyer led the way with 17 points, including five 3-pointers, while teammate Shelby Allred scored 16 points and hit four treys.
GREEN RIVER 49, MONTICELLO 43: Green River clinched the Region 19 title with its win over Monticello. Jamie Johnson set the tone with 10 points, while Michaela Hughes contributed nine points for the Pirates.
RICH 49, DUCHESNE 23: Alisa Petersen torched the nets for 25 points, and Rich built off a 15-2 first quarter to pick up the region win at home.
MANILA 50, ALTAMONT 36: Manila blew past the visiting squad in the first half, outscoring Altamont by 29 points, and coasted from there. Emily Catron and Janell Reed led the way for the Mustangs with 11 and 10 points, respectively.
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