DAVIS 73, JORDAN 40: Davis exploded for 36 points in the third quarter after only managing four points in the second. Jesse Wade chipped in a game-high 24 points with four 3-pointers and Elijah Kletzli and Abel Porter accounted for 29 points combined.
WESTLAKE 66, HILLCREST 58: Baryden Holker led the Thunder to an eight point victory, throwing down 21 points. Mike Nelson scored 11 points with nine from beyond the arc.
LOGAN 77, BEN LOMOND 34: The Grizzlies jumped out to an early double-digit lead and never let off the gas pedal. For the Scots, in the loss, Brenden Morris tallied 18 points and pulled down seven boards.
LAYTON 64, ROY 52: Jarriesse Blackmon netted a game-high 20 points as Layton knocked off Roy on the road.
NORTHRIDGE 49, GRANGER 46: Jace Colby scored 17 points as the Knights edged Granger in overtime to come away with the victory.
SKY VIEW 65, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 60: The Bobcats withheld Maple Mountains 32-point fourth quarter for the road win.
ALTA 68, OLYMPUS 66: Altas Trevor Hill sank a driving lay-up with 3.6 seconds remaining in overtime, and then stole the ensuing inbounds pass as the Hawks eked out a very entertaining overtime victory at Olympus. Hill and Elijah Glissmeyer finished with 20 points each, with Glissmeyer draining six 3-pointers. Olympus Jake Lindsey scored 25 points in the loss for the Titans.
PROVO 53, LEHI 51: Kyler Sorenson nailed a 3-pointer with five seconds left on the game clock to put Provo up by two to help get the win.
PLEASANT GROVE 66, SPRINGVILLE 58: Riley Court poured in a game-high 30 points, with Matt Conway chipping in with 10 as Pleasant Grove built a 15-point lead heading into the fourth quarter and then held off Springvilles late rally. Max Schriener scored 24 points in the loss for the Red Devils.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 77, GILLETTE, WYO. 71:
JUAN DIEGO 76, TAYLORSVILLE 72: Gabe Colosimo had a massive outing with 30 points as Juan Diego outlasted Taylorsville.
LONE PEAK 48, VIEWMONT 46: The top-ranked Knights rallied for a narrow victory by outscoring the upset-minded Vikings 16-7 in the fourth quarter behind a 21-point night from T.J. Haws.
PAROWAN 58, MERIT ACADEMY 52: Parowan was led by 19-point outing by Caleb Murphy to prevail over Merit Academy in the Steve Hodson Cancer Classic.
GUNNISON 48, NORTH SEVIER 35: Kaz Mogle scored 21 points to lead all scorers as Gunnison remained unbeaten with the win over North Sevier.
MORGAN 81, BOX ELDER 70: Ben Sanders lit up the stat sheet with 20 points and nine rebounds as the Trojans overcame a slow start to grab the win over Box Elder.
PARK CITY 68, SUMMIT ACADEMY 61:
STANSBURY 63, JUAB 57:
BINGHAM 59, CORNER CANYON 39: Jordan Evans had an 11-point, 11-rebound double-double along with four steals to lead the Miners in the double-digit victory.
MONTICELLO 63, GRAND 56:
SALEM HILLS 35, UINTAH 31: Porter Gustin led all scorers with 19 points and the SkyHawks used a 10-point second quarter advantage to pull away with the win.
CANYON VIEW 65, ROCKWELL 52:
TABIONA 66, MAESER PREP 41: Demont Nay sunk six treys and poured in 27 points to push Tabiona past Maesar Prep.
GRANTSVILLE 64, ROCKWELL 35: Devon Arellano scored 18 points, while Devin Adams added 12 points and nine rebounds as Grantsville rolled to the victory over Rockwell after jumping to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter.
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