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High school sports: Thursday's prep roundup

Published: Thursday, Dec. 5 2013 11:20 p.m. MST

Boys basketball

NONREGION

WOODS CROSS 74, NORTHRIDGE 51: Garret Grant totaled a game-high 20 points with four 3s while Travis Howey and Xequille Harry combined for 22 points as the Wildcats ran away with the win with a big third quarter.

BEN LOMOND 53, CARBON 39: Corbin Medina scored 17 of his 27 total points in the final quarter to lead the Scots to a 28-point fourth and the come-from-behind victory. Medina hit four 3-pointers and Anthony Hurtado added 12 points for Ben Lomond.

SKY VIEW 52, PROVO 43: Riley Panter and Bryce Mortenson scored eight points apiece to lead the Bobcats to their first victory.

BOX ELDER 65, WEBER 55:

WASATCH 69, BONNEVILLE 48: Benjamin Pelo led the way for the Wasps scoring 16 points with one 3-pointer. Jackson Gordon scored 13 with two 3s and Nathan Dow had 11 with three 3s.

BINGHAM 64, BISHOP OCONNELL, VA. 58: Bingham's Yoeli Childs and Jordan Evans combined for 32 points to offset the highly-touted Romelo Trimble's output of 26 points.

OVERLAND, COLO. 70, LONE PEAK 63: TJ Haws posted 26 points, but the Knights fell at the Great Western Shootout.

DENVER EAST, COLO. 68, AMERICAN FORK 67: Four players scored in double figures for the Cavemen in the narrow loss, led by 14 points apiece from Ryan Andrus and Brayden Harris.

FOOTHILL, NEV. 85, OREM 61: Dalton Nixon scored 24 points as the hosts of the Great Western Shootout fell to the squad from Nevada.

ELKO, NEV. 73, WEST 39: Elko shut down West from the start of the game, outscoring it 20-7 in the opening quarter. Denzel Latu scored 16 points with two treys and three boards.

JORDAN 49, BEAR RIVER 47: Jacob Ashman and Tanner Monson combined for 27 points to lead the Beetdiggers to a narrow victory over visiting Bear River. McKade Mitton led the Bears with 13 points in the loss.

ROY 68, SNOW CANYON 40: Brekkott Chapman knocked down 20 points, Chase DeBoer had 16, Dakota Nalder had eight, and all three hit two 3-pointers apiece to lead Roy.

KANAB 61, VALLEY 40: Mark Bate knocked down a game-high 26 points and Kanab held a 14-point lead after the first quarter in the nonregion win.

MONUMENT VALLEY 67, KIRTLAND CENTRAL, N.M. 56: Jana Martinez, Kurtis Holliday, and Demaine June each reached double digits, and the Cougars took a 44-23 lead into halftime en route to the Navajo Prep Invitation victory.

DESERT HILLS 78, DIAMOND RANCH 70: Saxon Mingus led the Diamond Backs with a 28-point, 14-rebound double-double while Nick Doughty and Riley Cameron combined for 28 additional points and nine steals.

Girls basketball

SUMMIT ACADEMY 52, GRANTSVILLE 27: Alyssa Richards, Olivia Mooney, and Mckensie Parker led the Summit Academy offense in the nonregion win.

JUAB 51, PAROWAN 25: Rylee Bryan and Ally Nelson produced 16 points apiece as the Wasps closed the first half on a 17-5 run.

MAESER PREP 27, DUGWAY 18: Maeser Prep earned its first win of the season behind nine points from Andi Decker.

NORTH SUMMIT 45, RICH 29: Kasidee Evans scored 12 points while Haylee McQueen and McKaydree Potter added 10 points apiece to lead North Summit on the road.

PIUTE 60, SOUTH SEVIER 37: Kierra Gleave and Shaylee Gleave scored 16 and 15 points, respectively, in the T-birds' victory.

EMERY 54, RICHFIELD 43: Ashlynn Allred's 16 points and Bailey Rasmussen's 13 points boosted the Spartans in the contest between the 2013 2A finals teams. Talisha Hinck scored 17 points in the loss.