Matt Gade, Deseret News
ROY 50, LOGAN 41: After opening the game on a 18-8 run, Roy were able to skip past Logan for its first region win of the season. Dakota Nalder led all scorers with 14 points in the Royals victory.
BOX ELDER 71, SKY VIEW 61: The Bees had a strong fourth quarter as Shad Watson had a game-high 24 points.
BOUNTIFUL 73, JUDGE MEMORIAL 44: Trevor Lloyd and Jordan Bleak sent the Braves on a 14-2 run during the third quarter, hitting two 3-pointers apiece and effectively put the game away. Lloyd finished with 11 points and Bleak led Bountiful with 19 in the region battle between Top 20-ranked teams.
DESERT HILLS 54, HURRICANE 35: Quincy Matthews scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to record the double-double for Desert Hills in the region win at Hurricane.
PINE VIEW 61, DIXIE 44: Collin Dowdell led Pine View with the 19-point, 18-rebound double-double in the big region win over Dixie at home.
SNOW CANYON 50, CANYON VIEW 25: It was all Snow Canyon Wednesday night, as the visitors doubled up Canyon View in the region battle. Nate Gottfredson scored a game-high 19 points in the Warriors victory.
WENDOVER 72, ST. JOSEPH 67: James Trujillo torched the nets for 37 points, while Hector Duran poured on 26 points for Wendover in the overtime win at St. Joseph. Trujillo and Duran combined for 13 3-pointers on the night.
DUGWAY 70, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 60: Josh Johnson torched the nets for 34 points Wednesday night, as Dugway defended its home court with the solid region victory. Luke Evans dropped in 30 points for West Ridge Academy in the loss.
TELOS 52, MOUNT VERNON 28: Chase Perkins scored a game high 10 points for Telos, which opened the game on a 18-5 run that left Mount Vernon in the dust. Telos outscored the home team 29-17 in the second half.
TINTIC 65, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 27: The Miners led 33-12 at the half as Layne Murdoch posted 18 points.
PIUTE 71, BRYCE VALLEY 64: Logan Steed led the T-Birds balanced attack with 16 points to offset Josaiah Brannon's 28 points for the Mustangs.
PANGUITCH 70, DIAMOND RANCH 64: Tyce Barney was the player of the game for Panguitch, scoring 30 points to lift the visitors past Diamond Ranch in the region tilt. Chance Campbell added 19 points for the Bobcats.
VALLEY 57, ESCALANTE 38: Valley handed Escalante its seventh consecutive loss this season, as Kobe Shatto and Colman Sorensen combined for 27 Valley points in the lopsided win at home.
WASATCH 51, BEN LOMOND 36
EMERY 67, CARBON 45
COPPER HILLS 75, TOOELE 43: Porter Hawkins, Zac Hoffman and Preston Sanchez each scored 12 points for Copper Hills, as the visitors enjoyed an early victory to cruise past Tooele in a lopsided manner.
MILLARD 47, MAESER PREP 32: Jeffrey Robison led Millard with 20 points on the night, as the home side capitalized on a 28-13 first half advantage to hand the visitors a loss. Griffin Garner scored 15 points in the loss.
SOUTH SUMMIT 52, DUCHESNE 46: It was all South Summit in the second half, which was able to pickup the tough victory over Duchesne on the road.
SOUTH SEVIER 61, MANTI 59: Kolten Bigelow sank the game winning basket as time expired to lift South Sevier over visiting Manti. Garrett Peterson, who finished with 14 points, sank a pair of 3-pointers in the overtime period to contribute in the Rams win.
STANSBURY 49, ROCKWELL 43: Stansbury recovered from a sluggish start with a 16-4 third quarter rally, and were able to finish strong to claim victory at home. Gage Manzione led the Stallions with 15 points Wednesday night.
WHITEHORSE 64, NEWCOMB, N.M. 60: Elijah Garcia led three Raiders in double figures with 16 points.
COPPER HILLS 72, WEST 59: Shirten Wissinger led all scorers with 26 points, while Sydney May added 17 points in Copper Hills lopsided win at home over West.
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