JORDAN 69, COTTONWOOD 52: Brandon Pasker scored 21 points and Chandler Smith added 19 more as Jordan rolled to the road victory at Cottonwood. With the win, the Beetdiggers improve to 6-3 in region play. Jordan's Nick Schindler scored 12 points and hit three treys on his birthday.
ALTA 57, WEST JORDAN 50: Alta's five 3-pointers in the third quarter provided some steam for the comeback victory on the road. Landon Albrecht scored 18 points with three treys, and Trevor Hill added 17 points with two 3-pointers.
BRIGHTON 47, COPPER HILLS 33: Brandon Miller led Brighton to victory as he scored 20 points and hit one 3-pointer. Teammate Bryce Callahan was also solid for the Bengals as he scored eight points and hit two treys.
AMERICAN FORK 53, BINGHAM 36: American Fork went on a 15-2 run in the second quarter to give them the lead and continued the streak throughout the second half. Kyle Line led with 19 points with four treys. Brendan Bailey and Ryan Andrus combined for 17.
RIVERTON 65, PLEASANT GROVE 61: Riverton outscored Pleasant Grove 20-10 in the fourth quarter to narrowly capture the region win. Richard Worsham's 18 points and Stephan Holm's 15 points led the way for the Silverwolves. Forrest Pincock hit three treys and finished with a game-high 19 points in the loss.
LONE PEAK 90, LEHI 71: Lone Peak dominated in first half and cruised to the region victory over Lehi. Nick Emery poured in a game-high 25 points, while T.J. Haws added 19 to propel the Knights over the Pioneers. Frank Jackson ripped the nets for 30 points in the loss.
ROY 62, BONNEVILLE 57: Led by David Hadley and Brekkott Chapman, Roy eked out Bonneville in a Region 5 matchup. Hadley scored 15 points and hit three treys while Chapman added 17 points.
MOUNTAIN CREST 63, SKY VIEW 61: Tyler Crosbie hit a lay-up with one second left to lift Mountain Crest over Sky View in a Region 5 thriller. Crosbie not only hit the winning shot but scored a game-high 31 points for the Mustangs. In the loss, the Bobcats' offense was fueled by Ty Nielsen and Jalen Moore who scored 22 and 21 points, respectively.
CLEARFIELD 47, CYPRUS 45: A well-balanced scoring attack helped the Clearfield squeeze past Cyprus in region play. Kyler Moore led the Falcons with 11 points with three treys, while Jordan Nuffer added nine points to the Falcons' cause.
HERRIMAN 56, HILLCREST 52: David Maynard scored 19 of his 28 points in the second half to help push Herriman past Hillcrest in region play.
MURRAY 65, WESTLAKE 59: Five players scored in double digits for Murray which had 10 makes from behind the arc as a team. Dylan Ross and Bo Shipley led the Spartans with 14 points apiece including six treys between them.
OLYMPUS 58, SKYLINE 45: Led by Jake Lindsey and Coulson Hardy, Olympus secured the Region 7 title with its win over Skyline. Lindsey scored a game-high 15 points, while Hardy contributed 10 more in the final game in Olympus' gym.
OREM 69, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 46: Dalton Nixon was solid for Orem in its victory as he scored a game-high 17 points. Quinn Peters was not far behind for the Tigers as he added 16 points.
PROVO 53, TIMPANOGOS 49: Provo eked out Timpanogos as it outscored the home squad 15-5 in the final period. Cole Gordon and Brian Carter provided much of the Bulldogs' offense as they scored 14 and 13 points, respectively.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 84, SALEM HILLS 73: Five players reached double figures for Mountain View in its win over Salem Hills. Austin Kocherhans led the Bruins with 22 points including two 3-pointers. The SkyHawks' Alejandro Llamas was nearly unstoppable as he dropped 37 points and hit an astounding nine treys.
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