ALTA 58, JUDGE MEMORIAL 45
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 65, ROWLAND HALL 45: Neil Davis finished with the 18-point, 12-rebound double-double to lead ALA to a 20-point victory over visiting Rowland Hall. Hudson Chapple contributed 23 points in the ALA win.
AMERICAN FORK 57, VIEWMONT 35: Tyler Rawson led the Cavemen with 15 points in the lopsided win over Viewmont.
TOOELE 45, MERIT ACADEMY 43: Tooele's strong third quarter was the difference-maker in Saturday's narrow win over Merit Academy. Justin Pollmann led the Buffaloes with 19 points and one 3-pointer, while Tyler Lawrence netted 11 points.
NORTH SEVIER 52, MANTI 47: Trevor Okerlund and Fisher Anderson each scored 13 points to lead North Sevier past Manti on the road.
UNION 69, DUCHESNE 30: Union jumped out to a 20-4 first quarter lead, and never looked back in the blowout win at home. Brady Nielsen finished with a game-high 20 points.
GRANTSVILLE 47, CANYON VIEW 30: Devin Adams led the Cowboys to victory, scoring a game-high 19 points for Grantsville.
EL CAPITAN, ARIZ. 63, KANAB 62: Mark Bate scored 21 points in the losing effort for Kanab, which dug itself out of a deep hole to keep the game undecided until the final buzzer.
PAROWAN 46, STANSBURY 41: Led by Caleb Murphy's 12 points and 11-rebound double-double, Parowan rallied late to pick up a win at the Steve Hodson Classic. Gage Manzione managed 13 points for Stansbury in the loss.
GRAND 82, MAESER PREP 29: Koi Cook led three Red Devils in double figures with 17 points in the blowout victory over Maeser Prep.
GREEN RIVER 65, TINTIC 40: Corbin Mecham scored a game high 23 points, and nabbed four rebounds in the 15 point win over Tintic.
DIXIE 68, DELTA 47: Jake Hawes dropped in 23 points, and Sam Guymon added 13 of his own to help Dixie trounce Delta on the road. The Flyers opened the game on a 25-10 run, and never relinquished the lead.
NORTH SANPETE 43, BEN LOMOND 33: NIne players scored for the Hawks in the home win over Ben Lomond.
PANGUITCH 64, BRYCE VALLEY 24: Darri Frandsen went off for Panguitch, scoring a spectacular 27 points to lead Panguitch past visiting Bryce Valley.
PIUTE 67, VALLEY 63: Four players scored in double figures to get the overtime win over Valley.
JUAN DIEGO 48, DIXIE 37: Three players scored in double digits for Juan Diego in the road win over Dixie.
CANYON VIEW 44, WEST 24: Josie Platt scored a game-high 19 points for Canyon View, as the host team outscored West in all four quarters to take the lopsided victory.
CARBON 46, UINTAH 33: Shelby Cornforth led Carbon with 11 points, as the visitors used a 26-12 first half advantage to cruise past Uintah at home.
STANSBURY 34, CEDAR 32: Shyan Adams led the Stallions with 10 points at the Steve Hodson Cancer Classic.
ALTAMONT 60, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 27: Nikole Lemon and Mckelle Zeeman combined for 25 points in the lopsided win over West Ridge Academy.
GRAND 45, MONTICELLO 27: Shailee Croasmun finished with 20 points and four rebounds, as Grand thumped visiting Monticello.
WAYNE 74, DIAMOND RANCH 15: Wayne defeated Diamond Ranch in a very lopsided victory. Carlie Chappell scored a game-high 18 points.
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