Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
LAYTON 67, WEBER 58: Jarriesse Blackmon had a game-high 26 points to lead the Lancers in the home win over Weber.
VIEWMONT 56, NORTHRIDGE 42: McKay Johnson scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds to help lift Viewmont over Northridge. McKay Butler contributed 17 points for the Vikings Tuesday night.
RIVERTON 68, LEHI 47: Jeff Arens posted 22 points, as the Silverwolves opened the second half on a 20-9 run to cruise past Lehi in region play.
WESTLAKE 51, HERRIMAN 49: Westlake was able to take the win at home against Herriman in a close game. Brayden Holker led the Thunder with 16 points.
LONE PEAK 68, AMERICAN FORK 59: T.J. Haws led Lone Peak with 36 points, draining seven 3-pointers Tuesday night at UVU to lead the defending champions past American Fork.
WOODS CROSS 82, CLEARFIELD 46: Jackson Pohlman, Garret Grant, and Luke Jowers combined for 54 points to lead the Wildcats in the region win at home. In the loss, Marquis Jones picked up 19 points, including three treys.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 62, MURRAY 57: Ryan Warner led Mountain View to a win on the road Tuesday against Murray by scoring 16 points with two 3-pointers. AJ Hodges contributed for the Spartans with 17 points and one 3-pointer.
PROVO 59, SPRINGVILLE 49: Bowman Daley led the Provo Bulldogs to a victory over Springville by scoring 23 points. Max Schreiner of Springville scored 18 points, including three 3-pointers in the loss.
SPANISH FORK 55, WASATCH 50: Taylor Parker led Spanish Fork to another solid finish, scoring 24 points in the narrow region victory at Wasatch. Hayes Hall dropped in five 3-pointers, and finished with 14 points for the Dons.
UNION 53, UINTAH 46: Trailing by six heading into the fourth quarter, the Cougars outscored the Utes by 13 points to secure the Region 10 victory. Cayden Law earned a game-high of 15 points in the win.
JUAN DIEGO 49, PARK CITY 46: After trailing by eight points at the half, Juan Diego rallied and came back to secure the narrow win by three. Gabe Colosimo led the Soaring Eagle with 29 points.
VIEWMONT 74, NORTHRIDGE 61: Katie Toole grabbed 10 rebounds, and finished with 23 points to record a double-double for Viewmont in the region win at home.
LAYTON 60, WEBER 26: Jaden Anderson led all scorers with 18 points to lead the Lancers in the road win over Weber.
FREMONT 63, DAVIS 21: The Silver Wolves jumped out to a 28-11 lead in the first half, and cruised on to the comfortable victory at home. Shelbee Molen led all scorers with 15 points, including three 3s.
GRANGER 51, HILLCREST 48: Jessica Matheson netted a game-high of 20 points to lead the Lancers past the Huskies in region play.
BRIGHTON 62, COPPER HILLS 41: Dani Barton scored 21 points while teammate Maddy Chin finished with 18 to lead the Bengals in the Region 3 win over Copper Hills.
ALTA 58, JORDAN 34: Elsa Ferre led all scorers with 27 points, as Alta cruised past Jordan to pick up the region win on the road.
LONE PEAK 54, AMERICAN FORK 44: Kelsey McCann and Sam Barnett led the Lone Peak Knights to a victory against American Fork. McCann scored 21 points and had 11 rebounds, while Barnett had 11 points and 15 rebounds.
HERRIMAN 61, WESTLAKE 50: Kate Lamoreaux nailed a trey with two seconds remaining, and then the Mustangs enjoyed a 13-2 run in the overtime session.
BONNEVILLE 53, LOGAN 39: Cortney Porter led Bonneville to its second consecutive region victory with 33 points, as the Lakers used a 27-11 halftime lead to cruise to the win.
BOX ELDER 53, OGDEN 33: Box Elder was led by Keslee Stevenson to earn the home win. Stevenson scored 17 points, including two 3-pointers to help the Bees come out victorious.
SKY VIEW 71, ROY 64: Lindsey Jensen scored six straight points in the third quarter to give the Bobcats an eight-point lead and ultimately secured the win. Jensen finished with 17 points while Katheryn Williams added 15 points. Aubrey Porter totaled a game-high 22 points with six 3s for Roy in the loss.
HIGHLAND 50, CYPRUS 36: Trailing by one at the half, the Rams outscored the Pirates in the third quarter to secure the victory at home. Maata Epenisa led Highland with 20 points in the win.
EAST 48, KEARNS 47: East was victorious in this close matchup with Kearns. Aloma Solovi, lead the Leopards with 14 points including one 3-pointer. Tasha Ika of Kearns had a strong game with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.
TIMPANOGOS 76, OREM 56: Jamaica Christensen scored 23 points, including one 3-pointer, to clinch the victory for Timpanogos. Orem put in a valiant effort in the fourth quarter by scoring 28 points.
OLYMPUS 63, CORNER CANYON 28: Nia Faletoi led all scorers with 17 points, and Olympus enjoyed a 40-12 halftime lead to cruise past Corner Canyon in region play.
SPANISH FORK 61, WASATCH 57: Emily Allan's 19 points led Spanish Fork in the narrow victory.
HURRICANE 47, CANYON VIEW 44: Hurricane won in a close game against Canyon View. Brooklyn Gubler lead the Tigers, scoring 22 points. Shontae Clark had 14 points for Canyon View, including three 3-pointers.
UINTAH 53, UNION 39: Kaitlin Meyers led Unitah with 18 points, as the home team enjoyed an early lead to earn its first region win of the season.
BEAR RIVER 56, TOOELE 34: Alyssa Park led Bear River with 21 points, as the Lady Bears earned their first region victory of the season Tuesday night.
PAYSON 49, JUAB 45: Payson was victorious on the road against Juab with leading scorers Hallie Neves and MaKenzie Simons, who each had 12 points. Ally Nelson from the Wasps had 16 points, including one 3-pointer.
MILLARD 52, PAROWAN 31: Cheryl Stephenson scored a game-high of 15 points to lead the way for the Eagles in the region win over Parowan.
SOUTH SEVIER 75, WASATCH ACADEMY 35: Brielle Chisholm finished the game with 27 points, draining five 3-pointers to lead South Sevier past Wasatch Academy.
EMERY 57, NORTH SEVIER 43: Bailey Rasmussen led four Spartans in double figures with 15 points as Emery quadrupled the Wolves' effort in the third quarter.
GRAND 67, SAN JUAN 61: With San Juan's fight to the finish in the fourth quarter, the game was sent into overtime where Grand claimed the victory. Shailee Croasmun had 29 points for Grand, including three 3-pointers.
SOUTH SUMMIT 54, SUMMIT ACADEMY 27: It was all South Summit Tuesday evening, who finished the game on a 31-14 run to bury Summit Academy in region action.
MANTI 37, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 23: Madison Blauer led Manti with 15 points, including three 3-pointers. Jessica Brown from the Eagles had a strong game with 11 points.
NORTH SUMMIT 46, GUNNISON 38: The Braves remained unbeaten after jumping out to a 16-7 lead as Kasidee Evans and Brenna Richins combined for 34 points.
ST. JOSEPH 43, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 14: Mady White led St. Joseph with 10 points, but it was ICS that failed to get the offense going in Tuesday nights loss.
DUGWAY 31, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 28: Kassidy Christensen led the way for the Mustangs with 14 points in the road win over West Ridge Academy.
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