PINNACLE 72, WHITEHORSE 63: Pinnacle shot 10 3-pointers in the nine point victory over Whitehorse on the road. Jake Hardy scored 22 points three treys. Dalton Rudman scored 20 points with 5 3's.
LOGAN 66, BOX ELDER 63: Logan had four players score in double figures in the three point victory at home. Jordan Larsen led with 16 points with three treys. Jaxton Andersen and Tyler Brimhall each contributed 12 points each. Luke Falk finished off with 10.
PROVO 59, MOUNTAIN VIEW 55: The Bulldogs won the Region 8 play-in game.
EMERY 52, BEAVER 39: Ashlynn Allred and Jeridi Price scored 13 points each and Hannah Dyer hit four 3-pointers as the Spartans shot the ball well to advance to the semifinals of the 2A state tournament. Macail Wood led all scorers with 16 points and nine rebounds in the loss.
PAROWAN 54, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 46: Chennin Benson lit up the stat sheet to lead Parowan past the first round of the playoffs for the first time since 2005. Benson had 30 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks, three steels, and two assists in the win. Mauri Staheli led ALA with 15 points and nine rebounds in the loss.
KANAB 38, GUNNISON 37: Whitney Houston hit a long 3-pointer with 8.5 seconds remaining on the clock to give Kanab back the lead and the win. Houston finished with seven points, and the Cowboys were led by Kaitlyn Glover and Shaylee McDonald, who scored 12 points apiece.
RICHFIELD 41, ENTERPRISE 31: Sloane Roundy scored 12 points and had four steals to lead Richfield in the quarterfinal victory.
CEDAR 51, BEAR RIVER 41: Cedar connected on 9 of 22 3-pointers as it used a strong second and third quarter to pull away from Bear River for the 3A quarterfinal victory. Tara Shipp scored 16 points to led Cedar, with Javlyn Weaver adding 14 points on three treys. Cedar's pressure defense forced Bear River into 19 turnovers.
DIXIE 43, CARBON 23: Dixie dominated defensively from the opening whistle limiting Carbon to just 25 percent shooting in the easy 3A quarterfinal victory. Dixie struggled from the field itself in the first half, but still led 16-4 at the break. Caroline Lantor lead the Flyers with 15 points, while Aubri Challis adding eight.
SNOW CANYON 53, DELTA 36: Defending 3A state champion Snow Canyon outscored Delta 31-15 in the 3A quarterfinals on Thursday to overcome a sluggish start at the Dee Events Center. Ashlee Nyborg and Amy Harris both scored 12 points, while Megan Leavitt added seven points and 12 rebounds for the Warriors.
DESERT HILLS 42, MORGAN 20: Desert Hills held Morgan to just 20 points and 12 percent shooting for the game in a relatively easy 3A quarterfinal victory. Haley Bodnar led Desert Hills with 10 points, while Blair Bliss chipped in with nine points.
TIMPVIEW 48, OREM 46: Cherissa Chadwick hit a jump shot to push the T-birds past region-rival Orem in the 4A quarterfinals. Lindie Haddock led the team with 21 points and nine rebounds, while Lauryn Dela Cruz added 18 points and four rebounds. The Tigers were led by Tatiana Monsen, who scored 16 points and had four steals. Selesitila Tenney scored 10 points and grabbed three rebounds in the loss.
SKY VIEW 62, BOUNTIFUL 48: Tara Goldman led the Bobcats with 21 points and 10 rebounds.
BONNEVILLE 61, HILLCREST 30: The Lakers opened the second half on a 23-4 run as Kayla Eilertson scored 15 points.
SPRINGVILLE 55, CLEARFIELD 27: The Red Devils led 17-3 after the first quarter as they remained unbeaten. Savannah Park posted 18 points.
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