PANGUITCH 53, VALLEY 43: Tyce Barney dropped 31 points to help Panguitch defeat Valley.
WAYNE 66, ESCALANTE 64: Broc Taylor scored a game-high 19 points and Brigg Blackburn and Regan Brian combined for 22 points to help Wayne narrowly escape Escalante.
BRYCE VALLEY 61, MILFORD 52: Taryn Syrett, Josaiah Brannon and Kix Roundy combined for 41 points in the win for Bryce Valley.
COPPER HILLS 53, BINGHAM 45: Shirten Wissinger, Sarah Midgley and Sydney May combined for 32 points as Copper Hills upset Bingham on the road.
ALTA 69, WEST JORDAN 40: Elsa Ferre netted 20 points and Mariah Martin added 18 more in the Alta win.
AMERICAN FORK 42, HERRIMAN 34: American Fork finished strong in the second half to hold off Herriman at home.
RIVERTON 61, PLEASANT GROVE 34: Latisha and Shelby Richards combined for 28 points and three 3-pointers to propel Riverton past Pleasant Grove.
BONNEVILLE 59, BOX ELDER 38: Kayla Eilertson, Savanna Shaw and Abby Toller combined for 39 points and Bonneville limited Box Elder to 38 total points in the win.
ROY 61, OGDEN 36: Kaitlyn Hurley scored a game high 16 points, and Roy held Ogden from scoring in double digits in three quarters to take the region win on the road.
MOUNTAIN CREST 55, LOGAN 40: McCayla Hanks found the groove in the Mountain Crest win with 22 points and Allison Roundy hit two 3-pointers en route to 10 points.
HURRICANE 62, CEDAR 53: Brooklyn Gubler poured in a game-high 25 points, nine of which coming from distance, and London Steglich added 16 points in the Hurricane win. Courtney Morely chipped in 20 points in the loss for Cedar as the two teams combined for 15 3-pointers.
CANYON VIEW 55, PINE VIEW 53: Josie Platt, Shontae Clark and Tayzha Blackner combined for 40 points to help Canyon View survive in double overtime.
DESERT HILLS 54, SNOW CANYON 20: Desert Hills continued to tear through competition behind the strong efforts from Emily Seifert and Kenzie Done.
STANSBURY 53, TOOELE 29: Stansbury didn't allow Tooele to reach double figure scoring totals in any quarter and behind 21 points from Rachel Prescott, it picked up the convincing win.
JUAB 48, NORTH SANPETE 38: Rylee Bryan chipped in 16 points and Ally Nelson added 13 more in the win for Juab.
RICHFIELD 41, CARBON 40: Aspen Shumway scored 14 points and Shandi Bastian added 13 points as Richfield squeezed past Carbon.
DELTA 44, PAROWAN 9: Delta had 10 different players contribute to the action in the big win at home.
BEAVER 48, KANAB 33: Macail Wood, Angela Roberts and Schyler Jordan teamed up for 38 points in the Beaver win.
MILLARD 45, ENTERPRISE 40: Three different players reached double figure scoring totals in the Millard win.
ROWLAND HALL 45, WATERFORD 32: Eight players contributed offensively for Rowland Hall including Sara Matsumura and Marisa Eng, who combined for 17 points in the win.
ROCKWELL 37, MERIT ACADEMY 18: Anga Anquin and Maddie Wilson combined for 24 points in the win for Rockwell.
EMERY 35, SOUTH SEVIER 27: Hannah Dyer chipped in 10 points to lead Emery over South Sevier in a defensive battle. Shantae Dustin led all scorers with 13 points in the loss.
MANTI 30, SUMMIT ACADEMY 27: Amanda Naylor scored 12 points and Madison Blauer added eight more in the upset win for Manti.
NORTH SUMMIT 57, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 30: Kasidee Evans, Brenna Richins and Haylee McQueen combined for 37 points in the North Summit win.
SOUTH SUMMIT 49, GUNNISON 33: Alisha Lewis netted 15 points and South Summit limited Gunnison to nine points in the second and third quarters combined to pull off the win.
ST. JOSEPH 60, DUGWAY 13: Amanda Higgs outscored Dugway with 14 points, while Mady White added 13 points for St. Joseph in the region win on the road.
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TINTIC 39, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 33: Esther Pehrson and Alix Walker each scored 12 points for Tintic, as the home team turned it up in the second half to take the region victory.
WENDOVER 55, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 23: Jessica Cuevas and Stephanie Badillo combined for 29 points to lead Wendover to the region victory at home.
SKY VIEW 70, BEAR RIVER 48: Katheryn Williams and Lindsey Jensen led the way for Sky View in the runaway win.