HILLCREST 68, WEST JORDAN 58: Four Hillcrest players eclipsed the double-figure plateau including Mat Means 15 points. In the loss, Brent Beales had 28 points for West Jordan.
HERRIMAN 63, GRANGER 45: David Maynard scored a game-high 32 points with four 3-pointers to lead Herriman past Granger on the road.
SPRINGVILLE 73, PAYSON 58: Four players reached double figures to give the Red Devils the high-scoring victory.
NORTH SANPETE 51, NORTH SEVIER 44: Brady Wheeler led the Hawks with 16 points and nine boards to edge North Sevier in the nonregion win.
UNION 61, ALTAMONT 32: The Cougars held Altamont to just three points in the second quarter, scoring seven times more to establish a big halftime lead. Landen Winn scored 18 points to lead a balanced Union attack.
WASATCH 66, PARK CITY 54: The Wasps used big scoring efforts in the first and third quarters to pull away from their former region foe.
SALEM HILLS 60, BINGHAM 58: The Skyhawks big fourth quarter allowed the visiting team to rally, and then defeat Bingham.
GRAND 70, PINNACLE 42: Grand outscored PInnacle 25-8 in the third quarter in its convincing win.
SYRACUSE 50, VIEWMONT 49: Taylor Coffey led the Titans with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds; Jayda Bovero had 12 points and six assists; and Demi Hamblin totaled 12 points and five rebounds.
LAYTON 49, DAVIS 17: Jaden Anderson was the only player to reach double figures with 16 points as Layton cruised past Davis.
AMERICAN FORK 41, PLEASANT GROVE 26: Maile Richardson pulled down 13 rebounds, Jenna Shepherd recorded eight steals, and the American Fork defense held the Vikings to just two points in the opening quarter in a commanding victory.
ROY 70, BOX ELDER 67: Kaitlyn Hurley scored 35 points and Shelbey Harvey and Aubrey Porter added 16 and 12 points, respectfully, in the win for Roy. Behind six 3-pointers, Keslee Stevensen dropped a game-high 37 points.
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