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.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 86, KEARNS 50: Kailie Quinn of Judge was in command, scoring 36 points and hitting six 3-pointers to lead the Bulldogs in the one-sided victory. Vennessa Austin, Grace Nakamura, and Rachel Shubella each reached double digits for the Bulldogs.
SKYLINE 46, OREM 31: Sydnee Taylor scored a game-high 18 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Eagles in the win on the road.
SALEM HILLS 41, PROVO 39: Tiffany Madson scored 13 points with four assists and four steals to push Salem Hills past Provo in a tightly contested game. In the loss, Noa Talia-Masuda poured in a game-high 25 points.
DESERT HILLS 83, HURRICANE 50: Haley Bodnar scored a game-high of 24 points in the road win over Hurricane.
STANSBURY 49, PAYSON 31: Rachel Prescott reached double digits for the Stallions in the road win over Payson.
SOUTH SEVIER 48, BEAVER 30: The Rams got off to a hot first-quarter start, and then held on to the win through the second half. Maci Parsons led the South Sevier attack with 14 points with four 3-pointers.
KANAB 45, RICHFIELD 42: Shaylee McDonald was 13-of-14 from foul-line en route to a game-best 28 points, leading Kanab to the win in the final minutes. Aliesha Houston added five rebounds, nine assists and eight steals to the Cowboys effort.
PARK CITY 45, BEN LOMOND 27:
MORGAN 74, TOOELE 30: Morgan continued its dominance with four players reaching double figures. Lisa VanCampen led the way with 18 points.
NORTH SEVIER 42, GUNNISON 41: North Sevier held off a late surge by Gunnison and survived with a one-point win. Peyton Torgerson had 11 points.
WEST JORDAN 42, TAYLORSVILLE 41: Sierra Brodie hit a buzzer-beater to lift the Jaguars in the nonregion win. Brodie finished with six points and Rachel Green led West Jordan with 13. Kaitlin Toluono had 13 points for Taylorsville in the loss.
WASATCH ACADEMY 43, PINNACLE 33: Keyani Rivera exploded for 28 points, including four makes from beyond the arc, and Wasatch Academy picked up the win.
ALTA 61, COTTONWOOD 22: Twelve players scored for the Hawks in the home win over Cottonwood.
CARBON 55, GRANTSVILLE 20: Katie Basinger drained four treys on her way to 22 points as the Dinos led 21-2 after the opening quarter.
WENDOVER 66, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 44: Aurora Rodriguez tallied a game-high 20 points and nailed four 3-pointers while Stephanie Badillo and Lidia Delgadillo added 14 points apiece for Wendover at home.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 39, ROCKWELL 35: Kellie Wolff led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points as Intermountain Christian squeaked past Rockwell.
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