High school basketball: Friday's roundup

Published: Saturday, Feb. 23 2013 12:10 a.m. MST

DESERT HILLS 40, SNOW CANYON 30: Desert Hills played another game of stifling defense in a surprisingly routine victory over region rival Snow Canyon in the 3A semifinals at Weber State. The Thunder held Snow Canyon to just 14 points through the first three quarters and limited it to 18 percent shooting. Offensively, Blair Bliss had a strong game for Desert Hills with 20 points and five rebounds, while Haley Bodnar chipped in with four points, eight rebounds and nine blocks.

BEAR RIVER 56, CARBON 48: Bear River used a strong fourth quarter to pull way from Carbon for the victory in the 3A consolation bracket. Jordan Theurer scored 16 points and Alyssa Park added 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Bears.

DELTA 48, MORGAN 43: Delta built a 16-point lead and then survived a late rally when Morgan cut the lead to three points in the final two minutes to advance in the 3A consolation bracket. Angela Burton scored 14 points to lead Delta, while Malori Howell chipped in with eight points and 10 rebounds.



TIMPVIEW 56, SKY VIEW 55: Lyndie Haddock led the T-birds to an overtime win with 21 points, five rebounds, two assists and four steals. Teammate Lauryn Dela Cruz added 14 points and eight steals, while Lyndie's twin sister Lacy added 10 rebounds and eight points. The win means the T-birds will face region-rival Springville for the third time this season in the 4A state championship game Saturday at 1 p.m. The Bobcats were led by Lindsey Jensen, who scored 22 points, Kendra Falslev, who scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds, and Tara Goldman, who scored seven and grabbed 13 rebounds and four steals.


RIVERTON 54, FREMONT 47: Shelby Richards and Whitney Saunders combined for 30 points to lead the Silverwolves.

LAYTON 41, BINGHAM 38: Ashley Price and Livia Treseder had 11 points apiece as the Lancers upset previously unbeaten Bingham.

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