Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
SYRACUSE 51, DAVIS 44: Demi Hamblin sparked the Titans to the win in their Region 1 opener with a game-high 18 points, 10 rebounds, five steals, and three blocks. Meaghan David led the Darts in the loss with 16 points and two 3-pointers.
VIEWMONT 54, WEBER 22: Caitlyn Larsens 28 points and four 3-pointers propelled the Vikings in their first region game of the season.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 65, CYPRUS 42: Kailie Quinn (16) and Rachel Schubella (13) led the Bulldogs in scoring as Judge outscored the Pirates by 15 points in the opening half.
BOUNTIFUL 61, CLEARFIELD 39: Three players reached the double figure scoring plateau for Bountiful, including Kennedy Redding, who scored a game-high 21 points.
HIGHLAND 53, KEARNS 31: Maata Espenisa led all scorers with 18 points as the Rams pulled away from Kearns to earn the victory on the road.
WOODS CROSS 50, EAST 36: Aubrey Riddle hit three 3-point attempts in a 21-point performance to lead the Wildcats to their first win of the season.
SKYLINE 69, MOUNTAIN VIEW 39: Skyline shot the lights out, knocking down 33 shots from the field to roll past Mountain View and remain undefeated on the season. Sydnee Taylor led all scorers with 17 points.
WASATCH 51, SPRINGVILLE 45: The Wasps made eight of their nine fourth quarter free-throw attempts to hold on to the Region 8 victory in the back-and-forth contest against Springville. Ashlyn Coleman led Wasatch with 12 points while Hailey Hardman added 11 with three 3-pointers. For the Red Devils, Lydia Austin hit five 3s en route to a game-best 17 points.
MANILA 45, TABIONA 24: Anna Henry scored 11 points and Julie Handy added 10 as Manila opened region play with a victory over visiting Tabiona.
WHITEHORSE 33, PINNACLE 29: Whitehorse shut out Pinnacle in the first quarter and held on to win its first game of the season.
PROVO 32, PAYSON 29: Noa Talia-Masuda and Remington Nelson each reached double digits in the nonregion win.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 58, ROWLAND HALL 41: Alyssa Richards netted a game-high 18 points, six of which from distance, while Marissa Hathaway also reached double digit scoring figures to help Summit Academy stay perfect.
DUCHESNE 37, GREEN RIVER 31: Shayla and Mashaylee Giles both ended up with double digit scoring figures to led Duchesne past Green River.
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