KANAB 54, PAGE, ARIZ. 50: Kanab was able to get to the line 27 times, compared to just 15 for Page, Ariz., to pick up the win. Mark Bate and Merrill Terry scored 14 points apiece for the Cowboys.
BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 58, RICH 46: Despite McKay Jarman's 16 points and Wyatt Muirbrook's 11 points, Rich dropped its first game of the year against Bear Lake, Idaho.
WEST 41, UINTAH 40: Despite being outscored 17-6 from the charity stripe, West was able to pick up the road win over Uintah. Denzel Latu and Thomas Hansen combined for 18 points to lead the Panthers in the win.
LEHI 53, PLEASANT GROVE 43: Tyra Rodriguez scored 16 points and Beth Beeston added 11 points in the win for Lehi. The Pioneers converted on 17-of-21 free-throw attempts.
RIVERTON 45, HERRIMAN 28: Riverton outscored Herriman 18-6 in the second quarter to pick up the lopsided win at home. Shelby Richards poured in 18 points with three treys in the win.
BONNEVILLE 41, MOUNTAIN CREST 25: Cortney Porter led the way with 18 points and Sam Filiaga added 10 points as Bonneville cruised to the win.
LOGAN 55, OGDEN 37: Kayla Hugie scored 14 points and Megan Mills added 13 points of her own as Logan boogied past Ogden.
CANYON VIEW 37, DIXIE 34: Canyon View edged Dixie behind the strong effort from Josie Platt, who scored a game-high 16 points with two 3-pointers.
SNOW CANYON 48, HURRICANE 38: Grace Walton and Ashlee Nyborg combined for 26 points in the win for Snow Canyon.
DESERT HILLS 82, PINE VIEW 20: Blair Bliss scored 25 points for Desert Hills in the win.
MAESER PREP 49, MERIT ACADEMY 6: Maeser Prep took a commanding 33-point lead at recess and cruised the rest of the way to blow past Merit Academy. Bella Harrington poured in a game-high 17 points in the win.
ROWLAND HALL 49, ROCKWELL 45: Marisa Eng lead the Winged Lions to victory after trailing at the half by scoring 12 points. Anga Anquin was the scoring leader for Rockwell with 29 points.
SOUTH SEVIER 40, NORTH SEVIER 28: Brielle Chisholm, Maci Parsons and Shantae Dustin combined for 36 points and five 3-pointers in the win for South Sevier.
EMERY 55, SAN JUAN 33: Emery defeated San Juan with nine different scorers. Hannah Dyer led the Spartans to victory with 10 points including two 3-pointers.
GRAND 54, WASATCH ACADEMY 40: Grands Talaunee Croasmun scored 16 points to help pick up the win. In the loss, Keyani Rivera poured in a game-high 24 points.
DUCHESNE 42, ALTAMONT 34: Mashaylee Giles, Alyssa Nielson and Melissa Robinson all reached the double figure plateau to help Duchesne top Altamont at home.
WENDOVER 59, TINTIC 42: Wendover's strong second and third quarter performances helped the Wildcats pick up the win against Tintic. Maria Maldonado scored a game-high 23 points with four treys to power the home team.
PANGUITCH 63, PIUTE 48: Darri Frandsen lead the Bobcats to a victory against Piute. Kierra Gleave fought hard for the T-birds with 18 points.
WAYNE 49, BRYCE VALLEY 43: Down by nine at halftime, Wayne opened the second half on a 17-2 run to knock off region foe Bryce Valley on the road. Rebekah Rasmussen led all scorers with 27 points in the win, while Ashlee Chynoweth led the way for the Mustangs with 22 points and five treys in the loss.
MILFORD 42, VALLEY 35: Milford ended the first half on a 11-3 run to extend its lead to 13 at the break, and the Tigers held on in the second half to defeat Valley on the road. Chandler Rose netted a game-high 17 points while Kennedy Netto added 14 more in the win.
DELTA 59, STANSBURY 44: Hayley Sorensen, Miranda Petersen and Malori Howell teamed up for 42 points in the Delta win.
MORGAN 80, BEAR RIVER 53: Morgan made 32 field goals and nine 3-pointers as a team to knock off Bear River at home. Morgan had 10 different players find the box score, led by Rashel Blazzard's 19 points and four treys and Breanna Hurlbut's 17 points.
BINGHAM 33, TAYLORSVILLE 26: Madison Loftus sunk three shots from distance en route to her game-high 15 points as Bingham picked up the road win.
JUAN DIEGO 75, TOOELE 40
KANAB 47, PAGE, ARIZ. 46: Shaylee McDonald scored 31 points with five rebounds and nine steals to help Kanab escape with a one-point victory over Page, Arizona.
NORTH SUMMIT 43, JUAB 42: North Summit took a five-point lead into the fourth quarter and held on to escape with the narrow victory over Juab. Haylee McQueen led all scorers with 16 points while Kasidee Evans added 10 more to fuel the Braves.
SOUTH SUMMIT 51, UNION 50: In a close game that came down to the wire, South Summit defeated Union behind top-scorer, Alisha Lewis. Union put up a good fight lead by Hallie Horrocks.
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