MANILA 42, WHITEHORSE 33: Mat Gonder scored a game-high 19 points, and Manila outscored Whitehorse 16-6 in the fourth quarter to cruise to the road victory.
TINTIC 60, ESCALANTE 50
TABIONA 48, MONTICELLO 37
RICH 58, VALLEY 44
WENDOVER 60, MILFORD 50: Hector Duran and Landyn Shepherd combined for 30 points for Wendover, while Hector Duran added another 10 points for the Wildcats. Ethan Young scored a game high 20 points for Milford in the loss.
PIUTE 57, ALTAMONT 43
DUCHESNE 47, PANGUITCH 44: Duchesne found itself the victor Saturday night courtesy of a 15-9 fourth quarter run that proved to be the difference. Blake Jones and Matt Muir each scored 11 points in the Eagles win.
MILLARD 61, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 48: Jeffrey Robison led Millard to its first victory of the season with 24 points, as the Eagles dominated from start to finish in the win at home. Neil Davis scored 24 points for ALA in the loss.
SPRINGVILLE 54, DESERT HILLS 50: Max Schreiner led Springville with 18 points, while Max Terry added 11 points to help the Red Devils slip past Desert HIlls in the Ken Robinson Classic. Springville capitalized on a 20-11 fourth quarter run to pick up the victory.
ENTERPRISE 72, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 58: Justin Prisbrey dropped in 23 points to lead Enterprise to a lopsided win over Moapa Valley.
SPANISH FORK 59, DIXIE 49: Taylor Parker grabbed 13 rebounds to go with his 17 points, as Spanish Fork improved to 4-0 with a solid victory over Dixie in the Ken Robinson Classic. Jake Hawes led the Flyers with 16 points in the loss.
PINE VIEW 82, SUNNYSIDE, ARIZ. 64: Collin Dowdell finished the night with 21 points and 13 rebounds, while Kody Wilstead added 20 points and 12 rebounds to lead Pine View to a lopsided win in Arizona.
CENTURY, IDAHO 58, JORDAN 57
GRANTSVILLE 67, ROWLAND HALL 33: It was all Grantsville Saturday night led by Devin Adams with 21 points, six rebounds, six steals and four assists in the road victory. Devon Arellano and Spencer Lawrence combined for 25 points for Grantsville.
ENTERPRISE 78, BONANZA, NEV. 60: Justin Prisbrey torched the nets for 35 points, while Travis Dougherty added 21 points to give Enterprise its second win of the night.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 38, RICH 27: Summit Academy stayed undefeated after the big win over Rich and the tough third quarter to extend their lead. Alyssa Richards had a game high 13 points with one three-pointer.
CANYON VIEW 47, UINTAH 38: Josie Platt had the hot-hand Saturday afternoon, torching the nets for a game high 28 points to lead Canyon View past Uintah.
CHAPARRAL, ARIZ. 42, CARBON 33: Seven players made the scoreboard for Carbon, with Katie Basinger and Annika Hansen combining for 14 points, but the Lady Dinos failed to break single-digit scoring in all four quarters in the Fruita Tournament loss.
SPANISH FORK 67, SNOW CANYON 53: The Dons made it rain from 3-point land to knock of a very tough Snow Canyon team. Kaylee Bott led the charge for Spanish Fork, hitting a season-high six treys (four in the third quarter alone). As a team, the Dons also hit a season high of 11 3-pointers.
DESERT HILLS 69, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 45: Haley Bodnar led all scorers with 22 points for Desert Hills, while Blair Bliss and Kenzie Done combined for 30 points to help the Thunder improve to 7-1 on the season.
SKY VIEW 72, BEAR RIVER 51: Lindsey Jensen led Sky View to the championship victory in the Bear River Winter Classic with a game-high 27 points, as the Lady Bobcats dominated the second quarter to build a more than comfortable lead.
WEBER 36, OGDEN 31: Hanna Johnson went 3-for-4 at the free throw line down the stretch to help Weber pick up its first win of the season. Johnson finished with a game high 14 points for the Warriors.
WAYNE 65, DUCHESNE 37: Wayne had three girls score in double figures in the lopsided win over Duchesne. Hannah Ellett scored 18, Rebekah Rasmussen added 19 and Sarah Taylor threw down 16 points in the win.
SOUTH SEVIER 46, KANAB 30: Tournament MVP Brielle Chisholm led South Sevier with 18 points, dropping in four 3-pointers to help the home team improve to 5-1 on the season.
MANILA 48, RANGELY, COLO. 28: Rebecca Collett led Manila with a game high 22 points, and Cam Burnside contributed 11 points in the victory.
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