BINGHAM 55, PLEASANT GROVE 30: Madison Loftus matched a season-high with five 3-pointers on her way to leading the Miners with 17 points. Sheradyn Parker (8), Holly Sorensen (7) and Molly Ericskon (7) all excelled on the boards for Bingham.
LONE PEAK 54, TIMPANOGOS 52: Kelsey McCann's 29 points was too much to overcome for Timpanogos as the Knights held on to secure the narrow nail-biting victory. Jamaica Christensen also had a big night for the Timberwolves, as she finished with 28 points in the loss.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 57, SNOW CANYON 37: Tarin Strosser had the hot hand Friday night, scoring 14 points to lead Maple Mountain to a 20-point victory over visiting Snow Canyon.
SKY VIEW 63, SODA SPRINGS, IDAHO 45:
STANSBURY 38, WEBER 34: Stansbury stormed back from a five-point halftime deficit in the third quarter by outscoring Weber 12-4 to pick up the win. Madie Alvey scored 11 points to lead the Stallions.
RIVERTON 66, NORTHRIDGE 29: Shelby Richards finished with 14 points as Riverton blew the game open in the second half by outscoring Northridge 35-9.
BEAR RIVER 44, SOUTH SUMMIT 34: Bear River took an early lead and was able to keep South Summit at bay as the Bears outlasted the Wildcats at home. Alyssa Park scored a game-best 22 points for the home team.
TAYLORSVILLE 56, KEARNS 27: Thanks to a balanced scoring attack and intense defense, Taylorsville came out on top against Kearns. Mattie Evensen led all scorers with 14 points in the win.
OLYMPUS 48, HIGHLAND 45: Rachel VanderToolen recorded a game-best 21 points to lead the Titans in the narrow victory over Highland. Taylor Draper and Lily Huntsman scored 14 points apiece for Highland in the loss.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 49, SPRINGVILLE 48: Springville jumped out to a 14-7 lead, but Mountain View battled back to pull off the comeback win. Lucia Espinoza calmly drilled a 3-pointer with just five ticks left on the clock to help lift the undefeated Bruins over the Red Devils.
NORTH SUMMIT 52, BEN LOMOND 31: North Summit opened up an early lead against Ben Lomond and cruised the rest of the way to pick up the lopsided victory.
WENDOVER 37, PINNACLE 27: Lidia Delgadillo led all scorers with 15 points, and Wendover used a 12-4 third quarter run to bury Pinnacle on the road.
TIMPVIEW 59, DESERT HILLS 49: Timpview took an early 10-point lead and kept Desert Hills at bay the rest of the way to secure the victory. Lauryn De la Cruz led the way for the T-Birds with 24 points, eight rebounds and six steals.
HURRICANE 53, UINTAH 48: Hurricane outscored Uintah 19-13 in the third quarter to extend its lead and escape with the home win. Brooklyn Gubler had a big night for the Tigers, as she recorded a double-double with 23 points and 12 boards to lift the home team.
LEHI 71, WEST 66: Lexy Granthem poured in a team-high 19 points while Kaylie Bartholomew added 15 more to help Lehi edge West in the overtime thriller. Kelsey Price set the pace for the Panthers with a game-high 20 points in the loss.
DUCHESNE 44, RANGELY, COLO. 16: Mashaylee Giles led Duchesne with 14 points and the home side held Rangley to zero points in the second half of the blowout win.
LOGAN 38, OGDEN 37: Megan Mills led all scorers Friday night with 17 points, and Logan managed to slip past Ogden after heading into the fourth quarter tied 31-31.
TABIONA 45, MAESER PREP 39: Tabiona used a balanced scoring attack to outlast Maeser Prep at home. Mickaela Hogan set the pace for the Tigers with 11 points, nine of which came from downtown, while Jentri Barneck added 10 more to fuel the home team.
KANAB 54, VALLEY 37: Kanab outscored Valley 13-1 in the second quarter and 16-8 in the fourth quarter to play South Sevier in the championship game of the Lady Cowgirl Classic Saturday night. Shaylee McDonald led all scorers with 25 points in the win.
SOUTH SEVIER 32, GUNNISON 27: South Sevier held a narrow lead entering the fourth quarter and was able to hold on to pick up the road victory against Gunnison. Maci Parsons sparked the Rams with 10 points in the win.
NORTH SUMMIT 64, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 17: North Summit went on a 26-3 run in the second quarter to blow past LCA. Four players scored in double figures for the Braves in the win.
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