PINE VIEW 52, MONUMENT VALLEY, ARIZ. 51
CANYON VIEW 66, DELTA 59: Canyon View outscored Delta 44-20 in the second and third quarters to come away with the win. Travis Bettridge scored 16 points in the win.
RICH 51, BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 47: Rich went a perfect 17-for-17 at the free-throw line to keep Bear Lake, Idaho at bay throughout the whole game. McKay Jarman led all scorers with 17 points in the win.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 83, WEST 50: Judge Memorial drilled 15 3-pointers in the blowout victory against West. Four players reached double figures for the Bulldogs, with Rachel Scubella's 22 points leading the way.
CEDAR 55, UINTAH 27: Javlyn Weaver scored a game-high 15 points, nine of which came from beyond the arc, as Cedar blew past Uintah at home.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 41, JUAB 40: Summit Academy came storming back in the fourth quarter to set-up Alyssa Richards' game-winning runner to lift the home team over Juab. Ally Nelson led all scorers with 16 points in the loss.
BRYCE VALLEY 44, PAROWAN 38: Bryce Valley jumped out to a 20-6 lead after the first quarter and held on to edge Parowan on the road. Ashlee Chynoweth set the pace for the Mustangs with 18 points.
GREEN RIVER 41, TABIONA 28: Kira Engleman finished the night with a game-high 15 points to led the Pirates to the win over Tabiona.
MAESER PREP 45, TINTIC 35: Bella Harrington blocked eight shots to go with 13 points for the Lions.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 31, RICH 29: Lexi Johnson led the Eagles' balanced attack with eight points.
BONNEVILLE 55, DAVIS 47: Cortney Porter led all scorers with 19 points to lead the Lakers to the win at home over Davis. Shayla Simpson and Abby Toller also finished in double-figure scoring for Bonneville.
CARBON 42, DELTA, COLO. 21: The Dinos finished both halves strong, with runs of 13-8 and 15-7 as Jordan Scoggins had 12 points at the Fruita Tournament.
TOOELE 44, BOX ELDER 43: Tooele opened up the second half on a 14-7 run to take the lead and hold on the for narrow road victory over Box Elder. Baylee Hansen and Taylor Thomas each scored 10 points in the win.
PARK CITY 40, GRANTSVILLE 33
MORGAN 66, MOUNTAIN CREST 31: Morgan got off to a hot start and cruised past Mountain Crest. Rashel Blazzard led the way for Morgan with 13 points and three treys.
NORTH SEVIER 45, MILLARD 40: Devyn Sorensen poured in 18 points to help lift the Wolves over Millard.
EMERY 39, BEAVER 31: Emery's strong first-half performance helped the Spartans hold on to defeat Beaver on the road.
AMERICAN FORK 46, WEST JORDAN 35: American Fork outscored West Jordan 17-7 in the second quarter to pick up the road win. Lexi Moeaki scored a game-high 12 points in the win.
WATERFORD 29, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 20: Waterford took a commanding 16-8 lead at the break and held on the rest of the way to ensure the road win. Katie Haines 12-point performance led the way for the Ravens.
SKY VIEW 76, STANSBURY 48:
SODA SPRINGS, IDAHO 53, WEBER 27: Weber fell to Soda Springs, Idaho in the final game of the day at the Bear River Winter Classic. Abbie O'Neill led the Warriors with 12 points.
NORTHRIDGE 44, TAYLORSVILLE 39: With Janessa Cannell sidelined due to an injury, Karissa King and Brittley Eldredge stepped up for Northridge to help the Lady Knights outlast Taylorsville. King scored a game-high 14 points while Eldredge added five points and 10 boards in the win.
COTTONWOOD 41, OLYMPUS 38: Andrea Brady and Nicole Christensen led Cottonwood to a close victory at home against Olympus. Kyra Johnson was the leading scorer for the Titans in the close-scoring affair.
HURRICANE 53, ENTERPRISE 52: Hurricane took an early lead and was able to hold on in the second half to pick up the nail-biting road victory. Brooklyn Gubler finished the night with an impressive 22 points and 11 boards in the win.
ROCKWELL 50, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 23: Rockwell played lockdown defense to pick up the win against West Ridge Academy. The Eagles had a strong third quarter, but Rockwell's Anga Anquin's 15-point performance was too much as Rockwell cruised at home.
SOUTH SUMMIT 43, OGDEN 31
BEAR RIVER 45, LOGAN 42: Alyssa Park dropped 16 points as the Bears rallied after trailing at halftime to take the win over Logan.
MONTICELLO 43, MANCOS, COLO. 37: Monticello jumped out to an early lead and held on the rest of the way to knock off Mancos, Colo. Zoe Chadwick netted 12 points in the win.
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