High school basketball: Wednesday's roundup

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 11 2013 11:25 p.m. MST

Brighton's McCall Christensen and teammate Sammie smith try to take the ball away from Collette West as Viewmont and Brighton play Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013 at Viewmont. Viewmont won in triple overtime 83-78.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

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Boys basketball

NONREGION

WOODS CROSS 65, VIEWMONT 57: The Wildcats were on fire from beyond the arc with 13 treys. Garret Grant had 13 points with four treys.

SPRINGVILLE 51, BRIGHTON 47: The Red Devils edged out the win over Brighton in overtime. Max Schreiner and Ben Johnson took control scoring 30 points.

PIUTE 64, KANAB 48: Matthew Millett scored a game-high 21 points in the 16-point win over Kanab at home to keep Piutes undefeated streak alive.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 59, HILLCREST 45: Ryan Pauley led the Bulldogs with 29 points and eight assists. Twenty of Judges 22 field goals came on assists as the team was able to find the open man.

PANGUITCH 67, PAROWAN 54: Panguitch scored 17 of 23 from the free-throw line to secure the 13-point win over Parowan. Tyce Barney scored a game-high 31 points with four three-pointers.

JUAB 73, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 56: Juab shut down American Leadership in the third quarter outscoring them 22-7. Josh Clark scored 20 points with three treys.

GRANTSVILLE 60, NORTH SUMMIT 36: Devin Adams led the Cowboys to the lopsided victory.

LOGAN 62, BEAR RIVER 49: Tyler Brimhall drained four treys on his way to 26 points as the Grizzlies closed the first half on a 21-7 run.

KEARNS 76, OGDEN 45: Dacraeon Vines led the Cougars to a lopsided victory over Ogden scoring a game-high 22 points with six from beyond the arc.

PARK CITY 39, BEN LOMOND 29: Park City came alive in the fourth quarter to take the 10 points led. Beau Story threw down 14 points.

SKY VIEW 54, FREMONT 42:

WEST JORDAN 55, SYRACUSE 39: Brent Beales and Malique McCoy had 12 points apiece as the Jaguars held the Titans scoreless in the third quarter.

STANSBURY 60, CARBON 46: Thomas Griffith, Gage Manzione and Justin May each scored 15 points in the lopsided win over Carbon on the road.

COPPER HILLS 62, LEHI 50: Brycen McCombs led the Grizzlies to victory scoring 10 points with two treys.

WEBER 60, BONNEVILLE 52: Cooper Cosby and Huston Wade combined for 27 points against Bonneville.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 51, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 40: Mountain View shot 7 of 11 from the free-throw line to take the win over Maple Mountain at home. Manuel Ortiz led with 13 points.

TOOELE 75, WESTLAKE 74: The Thunder and Buffaloes combined to make 24 3-pointers as Tyler Lawrence and Justin Pollmann had a combined 11 for Tooele in the narrow win. Spencer Garner drained eight treys in the loss.

ENTERPRISE 59, SNOW CANYON 57: Koden Hunt nailed a buzzer-beater to give the Wolves a narrow victory at home.

BEAVER 41, NORTH SEVIER 37: Payson Fails threw down 12 points with two treys in the close game against North Sevier.

SPANISH FORK 53, PAYSON 52: Connor Anderson snagged a big rebound to seal the 1-point victory.

VALLEY 59, MILLARD 48: Valley took an early lead 12-7 lead heading into the first quarter and never looked back. Kobe Shatto led with 19 points with six from beyond the arc.

MAESER PREP 61, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 54: Maesar Prep hit a three-pointer to tie the game and send it into overtime. Griffin Garner scored a game-high 24 points.

Girls basketball

VIEWMONT 83, BRIGHTON 78:

GRAND 56, GREEN RIVER 41: Grand came alive in the fourth quarter outscoring Green River 18-9. Shailee and Talaunee Croasmun combined for 28 points with four treys.

BOX ELDER 58, CLEARFIELD 40: Box Elder took an early lead heading into halftime and kept the lead throughout the second half. Keslee Stevensen and Lexi Barlow combined for 20 points.

SOUTH SEVIER 40, RICHFIELD 33: Shantae Dustin posted 10 points as the Rams overcame a 12-2 deficit after the first quarter with an 18-4 run in the second quarter.

WENDOVER 49, ROWLAND HALL 37: Jessica Cuevas posted 15 points as the Wildcats took advantage of a 30-14 lead at halftime.

COPPER HILLS 50, LONE PEAK 39: Kate Sisler and Shirten Wissinger combined for 23 in the lopsided win over Lone Peak on the road.

HERRIMAN 64, HILLCREST 23: Kate Lamoreaux led the Mustangs with 19 points, five boards and three steals as Herriman jumped out to a 23-4 lead after the first quarter.

WESTLAKE 43, JORDAN 39: Westlake took the single digit win over Jordan on the road. Macie Peterson led with 11 points.

NORTH SANPETE 57, LEHI 43: North Sanpete shut down Lehi in the second quarter outscoring them 14-9. Jacey Dunn had a game high 23 points. Taylor Gordon added 19 points.

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