WOODS CROSS 47, TIMPANOGOS 46: Back and forth action in the fourth quarter climaxed in a last second put back by Xequille Harry to give the Woods Cross the victory in a thriller versus Timpanogos.
LONE PEAK 74, BRIGHTON 50: Frank Jackson (19) and T.J. Haws (17) led all scorers, as Lone Peak picked up the win on the road at Brighton.
MOUNTAIN CREST 58, WEBER 51: Mountain Crest scored 19 points in the opening quarter of the game and never looked back. Tanner Kirby scored 18 points and grabbed eight boards in the victory.
WEST JORDAN 68, RIVERTON 62: West Jordan came up big in the fourth quarter, scoring 25 points in the come from behind win. Brent Beales scored 19 points, and Spencer Nisson added 23 points in the Jaguars' victory.
SKYLINE 76, HILLCREST 69: Alex Meldrum dropped 26 points in an thriller won by Skyline, who finally pulled away for the win in the second overtime period.
OLYMPUS 52, BINGHAM 51: Spencer Williams sank a 3-pointer with just three seconds remaining on the clock to give the Titans the win after a hard fought game over Bingham.
HIGHLAND 73, CORNER CANYON 63: Henry Morris scored a game-high 25 points, including five 3-pointers in the 10-point victory over Corner Canyon at home.
FREMONT 50, BONNEVILLE 41: Justin Shaw recorded a double-double in the Fremont victory Tuesday night by scoring 19 points and grabbing 13 rebounds to propel the home team to victory.
TAYLORSVILLE 82, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 66: Jevin Warren led all scorers with 25 points, while Sidney Freeman added 19 points to propel Taylorsville to the lopsided win at home. Christian Musoko scored 14 points for Layton Christian in the loss.
PLEASANT GROVE 81, TOOELE 66: Pleasant Grove blew out Tooele by outscoring the home team 28-9 in the opening quarter. Matt Conway threw down 25 points, while Mitch Brown scored seven points with two 3-pointers.
BOX ELDER 62, CLEARFIELD 53: Shad Watson (16), Darius McFarland (15), and Tanner Hennessy (14) all scored in double-digits to help edge Clearfield in the road win. Marquis Jones led all scorers with 24 points in the Clearfield loss.
STANSBURY 67, SUMMIT ACADEMY 62: Thomas Griffith led Stansbury with 18 points, as the home side improved to 5-1 with the narrow win. Zach Scoot led all scorers with 28 points in the Summit Academy loss.
KANAB 49, CANYON VIEW JV 45: Kanab nailed 11-of-12 free throws in overtime to take the win. Dan Ramsay scored a game-high 14 points with one 3-pointer.
MONTICELLO 67, GRAND 61: Austin Maloy led all scorers with 31 points, as Monticello rolled past Grand thanks to a big 23-point fourth quarter effort.
CANYON VIEW 37, CEDAR 32: It was an 11-4 fourth-quarter run for Canyon View that proved to be the difference in the region victory. Josie Platt led all scorers with 19 points in the win.
DESERT HILLS 56, DIXIE 29: Desert Hills blew out Dixie in the lopsided victory on the road. Blair Bliss scored a game-high 21 points, nine from beyond the arc.
DELTA 56, PAYSON 29: Eleven players, led by Ciara Edwards with 9 points, scored for Delta in the win over Payson at home.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, PROVO 34: Noa Talia-Masuda finished with 21 points in a losing effort, as the Mountain View bench was the difference maker in the win for the Bruins.
ST. JOSEPH 36, WATERFORD 17: Liz Tomon scored a game-high 23 points with nine rebounds, as St. Joseph held Waterford to single digit scoring in all four quarters.
VIEWMONT 48, SPRINGVILLE 44: Katie Toole scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed six boards, as Viewmont held on to the lead to pick up the narrow win over Springville.
LAYTON 38, BONNEVILLE 37: Bonneville committed a costly foul in the final seconds, sending Cassidy Anderson to the line where she knocked down both free throws to give Layton the victory in remarkable fashion.
ENTERPRISE 53, SOUTH SEVIER 50: Enterprise scored eight points in overtime to beat a tough South Sevier team on their home court. Jaycee Reber scored a game-high 17 points, and Riley Lyman added 14 points.
TOOELE 53, CARBON 39: Courtney Schiwal had a big night with 29 points, as Tooele rolled past Carbon.
TIMPVIEW 70, MORGAN 67: Lyndie Haddock scored 22 points Tuesday night while also dishing out seven assists and grabbing nine rebounds to lead Timpview. Lacy Haddock contributed 14 points and 11 boards to record the double-double in the narrow victory.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 46, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 30: American Leadership dominated the first half with the score of 24-10. Lexi Johnson knocked down five 3-pointers to finish with 15 points.
STANSBURY JV 27, DUGWAY 25: Seven Stansbury JV players made the scoreboard, as the visitors handed Dugway a fifth consecutive loss.
MOUNTAIN CREST 48, CLEARFIELD 32: McCayla Hanks led the Mountain Crest attack with 16 points, and the visitors used a 17-8 fourth quarter run to slip past Clearfield.
MURRAY 52, COPPER HILLS 50: Murray came up big in crunch time, scoring 19 in the fourth quarter to get the comeback victory. Baylee Leiter scored a game-high 15 points for the Lady Spartans.
TAYLORSVILLE 49, PLEASANT GROVE 37: Kaitlyn Toluono led the way for the Warriors by scoring 20 points with one 3-pointer. Mattie Evensen added 15 points for Taylorsville in the road win.
ROY 55, DAVIS 36: Kaitlyn Hurley poured in a game-high 25 points, and Roy enjoyed a 13-7 fourth quarter run to pick up the big win over Davis on the road.
FREMONT 77, SKY VIEW 64: Shelbee Molen finished the night with 25 points, hitting five 3-pointers to lead Fremont past Sky View. Katheryn Williams and Lindsey Jensen combined for 47 points for Sky View in the loss.
SALEM HILLS 49, HILLCREST 21: Tiffany Madson contributed 27 points for the SkyHawks in the lopsided win over Hillcrest.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 42, OREM 38: Liz Eaton finished with 16 points to lead Maple Mountain to the win over Orem.
ALTA 73, LONE PEAK 42: Rachel McDonald finished with 13 points with seven rebounds, while Mariah Martin added 16 points and six steals to propel Alta to a solid win at home. The Hawks outscored Lone Peak 45-16 in the second half.
RIVERTON 58, HUNTER 20: Riverton took an early 34-12 lead at halftime, and were led Shelby Richards who finished the game with 16 points.
GUNNISON 46, DUCHESNE 33: Madee Christenson contributed 10 points for Gunnison in the victory. Despite outscoring the Bulldogs in the second half, Duchesne couldnt pull off the win.
HIGHLAND 47, LOGAN 36: Taylor Draper led all scorers with 14 points, as the Rams picked up their first win of the season with a victory over Logan.
OLYMPUS 69, WOODS CROSS 41: Rachel VanderToolen scored a game-high 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Olympus to the lopsided win over Woods Cross. Kyra Johnson added six assists and fives steals with her 12 points in the Titans victory.
WESTLAKE 61, SPANISH FORK 52: Mackenzie Meyers led her team with 17 points, as Westlake picked up the win on the road against Spanish Fork.
HURRICANE 61, PINE VIEW 34: Cierra Stratton scored 18 points, as the Tigers enjoyed a 21-7 lead after the first quarter to cruise past Pine View.
OGDEN 34, BEN LOMOND 23: Debra Belnap scored a game-high 13 points, as Odgen rolled past Ben Lomond.
SOUTH SUMMIT 90, ROCKWELL 24: Jamie McNeil scored 10 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, as South Summit scored 20 or more points in each quarter to thump visiting Rockwell.
MONTICELLO 42, MANCOS, COLO. 33: Zoe Chadwick led the Buckaroos with 14 points in the win over Mancos, Colo.
MANTI 50, MAESER PREP 39: Madison Blauer led three Templars in double figures with 13 points and four treys. Bella Harrington posted a double-double in the loss with 12 points and 10 boards while blocking six shots.
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