Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
LONE PEAK 79, COTTONWOOD 52: Lone Peak picked up right where it left off last year by blowing past Cottonwood. TJ Haws exploded for a game-high 26 points, while Frank Jackson netted 14 points to power the home team. Noah Montano and Andrew Price each scored 15 points in the loss.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 60, RIVERTON 57: Judge Memorial came out of halftime ready to go and went on a 21-7 run to put the Bulldogs on top and end the third quarter. Tanner Riley torched the Silverwolves for 31 points in the win, while Brandon Sly's 25-point performance set the pace for the home team in the loss.
LAYTON 53, MOUNTAIN CREST 31: Layton completely dominated and controlled the second half as the Lancers pulled away to defeat Mountain Crest. Jarriesse Blackmon recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 boards, while Mike Hibbert added a game-high 20 points and nine rebounds in the lopsided win.
ALTA 67, DAVIS 55: Trevor Hill scored 18 points and had nine rebounds and five assists to lead the Hawks to the win.
HILLCREST 58, CLEARFIELD 48: Mat Means and Andrew Reich combined for 35 points to lead Hillcrest to its first win of the season.
KEARNS 63, FREMONT 39: Kearns absolutely blew past Fremont in the third quarter, outscoring the Silver Wolves 25-6, to cruise to its first victory on the young season. Sunday Owda led all scorers with 21 points in the win. Trevor Allen netted 12 points in the loss for Fremont.
TIMPANOGOS 60, TIMPVIEW 56: Zach Facemyer led the Timberwolves with 21 points and six rebounds.
NORTH SUMMIT 63, WATERFORD 43: Cameron Smith led all scorers with 21 points and Dillen Erb drilled five 3-pointers and netted 17 points as North Summit pulled away from Waterford in the second half. Xander Priskos' four treys and 16 points set the pace for the Ravens in the loss.
OLYMPUS 90, TAYLORSVILLE 60: Alec Monson and Jake Lindsey combined for 48 points as Olympus cruised past Taylorsville at home. Sidney Freeman went off for 37 points, 18 of which came from beyond the arc, to spark the Warriors in the loss.
MURRAY 68, CYPRUS 42: Three players reached double figures as Murray ran past the Pirates to earn their first win of the season. Thanks to a balanced-scoring attack, the Spartans cruised past Cyprus behind Ryan Topham's three bombs and game-high 14 points.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 53, SALEM HILLS 52: Mountain View outscored Salem Hills 23-13 in the fourth quarter to pull off the heartbreaking upset on the road. Ryan Warner netted a game-high 16 points and Spencer Conrad added 15 more to fuel the Bruins.
LEHI 68, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 67: Lehi outlasted Maple Mountain in overtime after relinquishing a fourth-quarter lead. For the Pioneers it was the first win on the young season. Tanner Nygren and Jake Barnes combined for 44 points and six treys in the nail-biting win, while Maple Mountain had four different players reach double figures.
BOUNTIFUL 79, BINGHAM 65: The Braves dominated the third quarter for the comeback win over Bingham. Zac Seljaas scored 21 points, two from beyond the arc. Sam Merrill threw down 14 points and two treys.
BEAR RIVER 68, OGDEN 29: Bear River took control of the first half by outscoring Ogden 30-15 and never looked back. Landon Cornwall led with 13 points contributing three treys.
PINE VIEW 84, ENTERPRISE 61: Pine View's high-octane offense helped the Panthers roll past Enterprise on the road.
BRIGHTON 55, LAYTON 48: Brighton went on a big run in the second quarter and was able to hold off a second-half charge by the Lancers to pick up the victory. Lindsey Johnson netted a team-high 18 points and Maddy Chin contributed 14 more in the win. Despite the tough loss, Jaden Anderson's 21-point performance led all scorers for the Lancers.
SKYLINE 45, BONNEVILLE 41: The Eagles edged out Bonneville as they drilled 12-of-15 from the line. Hillary Weixler scored 17 points in the win.
BOX ELDER 57, BEAR RIVER 46: Facing a 12-point deficit at the break, the Bees stormed out of the second half and outscored the Bears 41-18 in the second half to pull off the come-from-behind victory. Casey Quayle netted a game-high 18 points and Brittney Bowers scored 15 more to power the home team. Alyssa Park drained six shots from downtown as she erupted for a game-high 18 points in the loss.
SOUTH SEVIER 49, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 29: Briel Chrisolm scored 15 points, nine of which from distance, and Shantae Dustin chipped in 13 points to help South Sevier pick up the win.
CARBON 48, UNION 21: Carbon's dominant second half performance proved to be the difference maker against Union. The Dinos outscored the Cougars 30-9 in the second half to pick up the home win.
EMERY 54, UINTAH 49: Emery's strong fourth-quarter run helped the Spartans escape with the narrow road victory over Uintah. Ashlynn Allred hit three treys and poured in a game-high 21 points, while Hannah Dyer chipped in 11 more points in the win. Erin Elder netted a team-high 15 points in the loss.
ROWLAND HALL 47, TINTIC 37: Candice Nkoy led the Winged Lion with 12 points, six from beyond the arc.
ROY 59, CLEARFIELD 38: Shelby Harvey and Kaitlyn Hurley each contributed a game-high 16 points as Roy cruised past Clearfield at home. Jacie Grow led the way for the Falcons with 10 points in the loss.
HERRIMAN 54, WEBER 24: Lexi Smith scored three treys in first quarter to start the long rally against Weber.
WASATCH ACADEMY 51, DUGWAY 21: Wasatch Academy's dominant first quarter helped the Tigers cruise past Dugway on the road. Hudson and Sumake teamed up for 22 points in the win, while Allie Wall scored a game-high 16 points for the Mustangs in the loss.
GRANGER 51, BEN LOMOND 29: Jessica Matheson had nine steals to go with 25 points and two treys for the Lancers.
TIMPANOGOS 61, PLEASANT GROVE 43: Ashley, Karen and Jamaica Christensen combined for 20 points.
DAVIS 52, BINGHAM 49: Madison Loftus led the Miners to victory scoring 19 points with five treys.
MORGAN 76, SKY VIEW 71: Rashel Blazzard led all scorers with 23 points while Breanna Hurlbut, Aubrey Saunders and Lisa VanCampen pitched in double figure scoring totals in the Morgan win. Lindsey Jensen scored 22 points in the loss.
HUNTER 43, WEST JORDAN 29: Tess Matagi led the Wolverines with 16 points and two treys.
MURRAY 62, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 53: Murray used a balanced-scoring attack from its entire bench to pull off the home victory against Maple Mountain. Lexi Davies and Bailey Leiter had monster games for the Spartans, as they combined for 25 points and 32 boards to power the home team.
FREMONT 62, ALTA 34: Fremont owned a 20-point lead at recess and cruised in the second half to pick up the home victory against the Hawks. Shelbee Molen drilled four treys and scored a game-high 24 points, while Amanda Wayment added 15 more to power the Lady Silver Wolves. Mariah Martin set the pace for the Hawks with 11 points in the loss.
MILLARD 43, GUNNISON 38: Millard took an early and narrow lead, and was able to hold on in the third and fourth quarters to help earn its first victory of the season. Kenlie Lemon scored a team-high 12 points, while three other players totaled nine points in the thrilling win.
SPANISH FORK 68, CORNER CANYON 15: The Dons routed the Chargers to improve to 2-0 on the young season.
LOGAN 60, NORTHRIDGE 54: Four players reached double figures as Logan outlasted Northridge in double overtime. Kayla Hugie led the Grizzlies with 13 points, while Kira Peterson, Megan Hils and Amanda Olson each contributed 11 points to power the home team.
OREM 55, TAYLORSVILLE 47: Orem took a narrow lead at the break and held on in the second half to defeat Taylorsville at home.
WESTLAKE 44, COTTONWOOD 41:
OLYMPUS 60, EAST 38: The Lady Titans opened up a 13-point lead at the break and cruised in the second half to defeat East. Nia Faletoi scored a game-high 25 points and also grabbed eight rebounds, while Rachel Vandertoolen's double-double of 14 points and 14 boards powered the home team. East had three players in double figures in the loss.
GRANTSVILLE 51, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 24:
WEST 70, ROCKWELL 30: Kelsey Price led the Panthers with 20 points as West opened up a 24-3 lead after the first quarter.
CEDAR 39, ENTERPRISE 37: Cedar outscored Enterprise 11-6 in the fourth quarter to escape with the narrow road victory. Courtney Morley led all scorers with 12 points in the win.
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