SPRINGVILLE 56, TIMPVIEW 52: Springville took control in the fourth quarter doubling Timpview on a 24-12 run. Bradley Kitchen led with 24 points and had six rebounds with four assists and two steals. Ben Johnson added 10 points with seven boards.
LEGACY PREP 71, CONCORDIA PREP 9: Legacy Prep cruised to the region win over Concordia Prep behind Kylan Gardiner's game-high 23 points and Klint Gardiner's 17 points.
OAKLEY 71, MOUNT VERNON 64: After building up an early lead, Oakley picked up the road win as it kept Mount Vernon from posting a comeback. Led by Tyler Weber, who scored 28 points and hit two treys, only four players scored for the Explorers though each reached double figures. The Patriots were led by Joseph Lin who scored 30 points and hit three 3-pointers in the loss.
MONTICELLO 90, MONUMENT VALLEY 69: After a close first half, Monticello put Monument Valley away in the third quarter, outscoring the visiting squad by 16. Jake Duncan led the Buckaroos with 23 points while teammate Gunnar Hollingsworth added 19 more.
DUCHESNE 61, MANILA 45: Duchesne notched the big road victory as it slowly but steadily expanded its lead. Kaden Moon and McKade Nielsen provided the Eagles with a one-two punch as they scored 15 and 14 points, respectively.
ST. JOSEPH 56, RICH 44: Katie Panushka hit a "miracle" three to send the semifinal game into the first overtime. She finished with 24 points, while sophomore guard Mady White added 13 points, including a 3-pointer in the second-overtime that sealed the win for the defending state champions. The Rebels were led by Alisa Petersen, who scored 20 points in the loss. Emma Peart added eight points and Alyssa Brown finished with seven. The loss means second-ranked Rich will take on the loser of the Layton Christian/Piute semifinal game.
PIUTE 58, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 55: Whitney Westwood and Kierra Gleave led a fourth-quarter comeback with 18 and 14 points, respectively. Tori Gass added 12 points and Shalyn Bagley finished with nine points. The Eagles were led by Teneshia with 28 points and Alissa Atisme added 11 points. The loss means Layton Christian will face Rich for third/fourth place on Saturday, while the win means Piute will play St. Joseph for the 1A state title at 5 p.m. Saturday.
MILFORD 35, MONTICELLO 20: Kennedy Netto led the Tigers with a 13 point game. The win means Milford will take on Manila for fifth place Saturday afternoon. Aapree Sheeran led the Buckaroos with seven points.
MANILA 50, ESCALANTE 41: Manila earned a consolation victory behind the 19-point performance of Janell Reed. Rebecca Collett added 12 points, and Emily Catron finished with 11 points. The Moquis were led by Lindsey Phillips' 20 point performance and Shelby Steed's 12 points in the loss. Manila moves on to play Milford for fifth place Saturday.
PANGUITCH 47, WAYNE 33: The fifth-ranked Bobcats advance to the sixth-place game with an impressive win over Wayne. Darri Frandsen and Taylor Bennett led the team with 15 and 18 points, respectively. The loss eliminates the Badgers, who had a great run after qualifying for the tournament with a play-in win. Wayne was led by Rebekah Rasmussen, who scored 15 points.
DUCHESNE 43, TINTIC 28: The Eagles advance in consolation play with a big win over Tintic. Mashaylee Giles led the team with 10 points, while Melissa Robinson added nine points and Shayla Giles contributed 8 points in the win. The Miners were led by Ciera Wall and Esther Pehrson, both of whom scored seven points each in the loss. The loss eliminates the Miners from the tournament.
EMERY 56, NORTH SEVIER 44: Emery overcame a 15-point deficit in the first half to rally past North Sevier, earning the victory in the first round of the 2A playoffs. Jeridi Price led the way for Emery with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Ashlynn Allred and Hannah Dyer chipped in 10 points each.
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