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.
BOX ELDER 65, WEBER 55:
OVERLAND, COLO. 70, LONE PEAK 63: TJ Haws posted 26 points, but the Knights fell at the Great Western Shootout.
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.
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.
MAESER PREP 27, DUGWAY 18: Maeser Prep earned its first win of the season behind nine points from Andi Decker.
JORDAN 53, PARK CITY 44: The Beetdiggers shut down the Miners in the third quarter, outscoring them 18-6 to take the lead.
BRIGHTON 62, SYRACUSE 49: McCall Christensen and Lindsey Johnson led the Bengals with 13 and 12 points, respectively, as Brighton jumped out to an early lead. In the loss, Jayda Bovero led Syracuse with 13 points and Courtnee Bearnson had 10.
NORTH SEVIER 41, MANTI 30: The Wolves totaled 28 points in the middle quarters, and Taylor Anderson knocked down 12 to lead North Sevier at home.
PANGUITCH 73, PINE VIEW 27: Taylor Bennett led the Bobcats with 22 points and grabbed six rebounds, and Panguitch tripled the Pine View scoring output with 27 points in the first quarter of the home victory. Darri Frandsen and Whittni Orton combined for 32 points and 18 boards for Panguitch.
WASATCH ACADEMY 54, WATERFORD 38: Wasatch Academy doubled the Ravens' offensive output in the first quarter, and never looked back in the nonregion win.
RIVERTON 64, COPPER HILLS 36: The Silverwolves outscored Copper Hills by 23 points in the first half en route to its third victory of the season.
TIMPANOGOS 77, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 58: Jamaica Christensen had a team-high 25 points, Eternity Galeai had 17 points and nine rebounds, and the Timberwolves totaled 16 team steals in the Timpanogos victory.
ROY 74, NORTHRIDGE 53: Kaitlyn Hurley had a game-high 28 points with three 3s to lead the Royals in the high-scoring victory.
TAYLORSVILLE 47, PROVO 33: Tasha Dedenedictis had 13 points and Katie Clarke nailed a 3-pointer to lead the Warriors in the home victory.
UNION 56, DUCHESNE 54: Emily Woolstenhulme made a bucket inside the final 10 seconds of overtime to lift the Cougars.
SKYLINE 59, SPANISH FORK 35: Kyla Paulus and Sydnee Taylor combined for 27 points and four 3s while Mia Mortensen added another 10 points and a trey in the Eagles' fourth consecutive win. Kenzi Branch had a team-high 11 points for Spanish Fork in the loss.
DESERT HILLS 66, SALEM HILLS 22: Blair Bliss had a team-high 13 points and Haley Bodnar and Kenzie Done totaled 10 points apiece for the Thunder in the lop-sided victory. For Salem Hills in the loss, Tiffany Madson had a game-best 14 points with two 3-pointers.
LONE PEAK 61, KEARNS 46: Kelsey McCann posted 20 points as the Knights led 16-6 after the first quarter.
PINNACLE 50, ROCKWELL 47: Raycee Birch, Maggie Syrett, and Tiana Burton each reached doubled figures to buoy Pinnacle in the overtime win. Anga Anquin amassed a game-high 30 points and hit three 3-pointers for Rockwell in the loss.
WEST 58, EAST 46: Miriam Organista led the Panthers with 11 points and three 3-pointers and Jordyn Powell added 10 points to give West the overtime victory over its cross-town rival.
CHANDLER, ARIZ. 39, DIXIE 36: Dixie led the game after a strong third quarter but poor free throw shooting and turnovers doomed its chances to win. Liz Empey led the Flyers with 10 points in the loss.
PLEASANT GROVE 71, PAYSON 44: MeKenna Miles led three Vikings in double figures with 21 points.
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