Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
DESERT HILLS 48, CEDAR 40: Quincy Matthews and Trey Tanner combined for 22 points and 13 rebounds for the Thunder. For Cedar in the loss, Kordan Nielson led all scorers with 15 points and four boards.
SNOW CANYON 72, PINE VIEW 66: The Warriors nearly doubled the Pine View scoring output in the second quarter to pull away with the Region 9 victory. In the loss, Kody Wilstead led the Panthers with 11 points and 17 rebounds.
HURRICANE 54, DIXIE 53: Austen Beatty and Kaden Langston scored 12 and 10 points, respectively, as the Tigers eked out the narrow victory. Dixies Sam Guymon had a game-high 19 points with three 3-pointers in the loss.
WENDOVER 69, MOUNT VERNON 41
PANGUITCH 85, MILFORD 37: Tyce Barney knocked in a game-best 29 points with nine rebounds and five steals to lead the Bobcats in the high-scoring victory. Trey Barney added 13 points and seven boards in the win.
DAVIS 78, JUDGE MEMORIAL 56: Jesse Wade scored 23 points while Elijah Kletzli chipped in with 20 points and nine rebounds to lead Davis past Judge. The Darts pulled away with excellent defense in the second quarter.
WATERFORD 53, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 21: Nine different Waterford players scored and five different players hit 3-pointers as the Ravens won easily in a well-balanced attack.
BOX ELDER 63, COPPER HILLS 62: Darius McFarland clinched the Box Elder victory with a buzzer beater from 12 feet out. McFarland and Daniel Didiercksen scored 10 points apiece while Jeff Sever and Shad Watson led with 15 points each. For the Grizzlies in the loss, Preston Sanchez had a team-best 14 points while Mitch Eyre and Porter Hawkins each scored 10 points.
GUNNISON 59, SOUTH SEVIER 50: The Bulldogs knocked down 11 3-pointers as a team, led by four from Drake Reynolds in the nonregion win. In the loss, South Sevier had seven 3s, led by five from Dyson Heath.
BEAVER 56, PINNACLE 30: Two players reached double digits in the Beaver victory.
DELTA 54, NORTH SANPETE 51: Karson Brunson totaled a game-best 20 points and hit two 3-pointers as the Rabbits eked out the narrow victory at home.
DUCHESNE 62, MAESER PREP 50: Duchesnes Trent Roberts had a team-high 20 points and Alex Gatherum totaled 17 with three 3-pointers to lead the Eagles on the road. Griffin Garner tallied a game-best 30 points with two 3s for Maeser Prep in the loss.
GREEN RIVER 42, ALTAMONT 29: Taylor Johnson sparked the Pirates effort with 11 points and seven rebounds while Sydney Thayn pulled down 10 boards and Presley Lovato added six steals. For Altamont in the loss, Jazlyn Miles scored a game-high 12 points.
LAYTON 53, LEHI 35: Jaden Anderson led all scorers with 20 points to lead the Lancers in the nonregion win.
BONNEVILLE 52, WEBER 26: Three players reached double digits to lead the Lakers, including Cortney Porter with 12 points, Kayla Eilertson with 11, and Sam Filiaga with 10. Abbie ONeill had 10 points for Weber in the loss.
BOX ELDER 49, NORTHRIDGE 46: Keslee Stevenson led all scorers with 23 points and two 3-pointers while Casey Quayle added 14 to lead the Bees in the road win. For Northridge in the loss, sophomore Karissa King had a career-high 18 points while seniors Janessa Cannell and Brittley Eldredge pulled in 10 rebounds apiece.
TIMPANOGOS 47, SPRINGVILLE 44: Rachelle Warner hit a 3-pointer with seven seconds remaining to boost the Timberwolves past Springville. Warner finished with 20 points while Eternity Galeai had 17 points and three 3s. For the Red Devils in the loss, Brooke Wheeler finished with 22 points and 12 rebounds.
VALLEY 60, DIXIE JV 36: Four different players reached double digits for Valley in the victory over Dixie JV, led by 16 points from Nicole Roundy.
KEARNS 49, CORNER CANYON 38: Tasha Ika posted 15 points as the Cougars opened the second half on a 16-5 run.
WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 38, MERIT ACADEMY 27: Rebecca Tew and Lila Tuttle combined for 28 points to lead the Eagles in the win over Merit Academy.
HIGHLAND, IDAHO 52, MOUNTAIN CREST 41: McCayla Hanks tallied 16 points for the Mustangs in the loss against Highland, Idaho.
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