SYRACUSE 69, FREMONT 66: Syracuse rallied back after being down at the half to defend its home court and get the win against the Titans. Justin Shaw played a high-scoring game with 24 points, including three 3-pointers, for Fremont.
ALTA 59, BRIGHTON 49: Landon Albrecht scored 14 points in the winning effort. The Hawks managed to outscore Brighton 37-23 in the second half.
COPPER HILLS 60, WEST JORDAN 54: Preston Sanchez dumped in a game high 20 points to help Copper Hills pick up its first region win of the season. The Grizzlies rallied to force overtime, where they doubled up West Jordan 12-6.
BINGHAM 50, JORDAN 38
HERRIMAN 86, LEHI 75: David Maynard led all scorers with 29 points Tuesday night, and Herriman used a 22-12 second quarter advantage to cruise past Lehi in region play.
SKYLINE 54, TIMPANOGOS 35: Michael Binford managed to score 20 points for Skyline, and the Eagles picked up their first region win with the victory at Timpanogos.
OLYMPUS 75, MURRAY 59: Alec Monson led the Titans attack with 31 points and three treys.
TIMPVIEW 52, PROVO 48: With a tight game all the way throughout, Timpview got the win on its home court to defeat Provo. Britain Covey scored 18 points to pace the T-Birds in the region victory.
SPRINGVILLE 60, SALEM HILLS 49: Springville's defense made it difficult for Salem Hills to score, especially in the fourth quarter. Max Schreiner, from the Red Devils, scored in every quarter with a total score of 18 points.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 58, WASATCH 41: Kaden Poulsen led the Golden Eagles over Wasatch on the road by scoring 23 points, with nine points from beyond the arc.
MORGAN 68, UNION 50: Garren Miles led Morgan with a game-high 25 points, and the visitors used a 24-8 second-quarter run to cruise past Union.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 71, ROWLAND HALL 49: In a solid team effort, LCA managed to blow out Rowland Hall to pick up the region win at home. Gerardo Munoz finished with 16 points, while teammate Christian Musoko added 15 points.
MONTICELLO 56, GREEN RIVER 48
DAVIS 45, VIEWMONT 37: Sarah Beecher led all scorers Tuesday night with 19 points, and Davis rallied in the fourth quarter to take a decisive region win at home.
LAYTON 40, NORTHRIDGE 9: Hailey Bassett led Layton with 10 points, as the top-ranked Lancers held Northridge to under 10 points in the region victory on the road.
ALTA 58, BRIGHTON 55: Freshman Mariah Martin nailed a 3-pointer with four seconds remaining to lift the Hawks in a battle of unbeatens in Region 3.
COPPER HILLS 72, WEST JORDAN 51: Sydney May scored three 3-pointers, and finished the game with 19 points to help Copper Hills to a comfortable region win at home.
BINGHAM 61, JORDAN 33: Jade Sine led all scorers with 16 points Tuesday night, as Bingham asserted its dominance over visiting Jordan in the region battle.
RIVERTON 42, AMERICAN FORK 36: Shelby Richards was the top scorer Tuesday night with 18 points, leading the Silverwolves to victory over American Fork. Riverton came back after a sluggish start, and took the lead for the remainder of the game.
LONE PEAK 51, PLEASANT GROVE 35: Sam Barnett and Kelsey McCann combined for 28 points to lead Lone Peak past visiting Pleasant Grove in region play. Savannah Weidauer grabbed 14 rebounds for Pleasant Grove in the loss.
BONNEVILLE 42, ROY 40: Cortney Porter led Bonneville with just 10 points, and the Lakers earned the region win despite being outscored 28-17 in the second half.
MOUNTAIN CREST 52, BOX ELDER 44: The Mustangs kept their lead from the beginning and were victorious on the road against the Bees. McCayla Hanks was the top scorer with 21 points. Keslee Stevenson had a high scoring game with 22 points, including four 3-pointers in the loss.
SKY VIEW 74, OGDEN 34
SKYLINE 48, TIMPANOGOS 40: Sydnee Taylor led Skyline with 17 points on the night, and the Eagles rallied after halftime to improve to 5-0 in region play.
MURRAY 43, OLYMPUS 41: Shaylee Potter led all scorers with 15 points Tuesday night, and Murray ended the game victorious after Olympus failed score before the buzzer.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 50, OREM 40: Paulani Tarawa from the Mountain View Bruins was the top scorer for her team in this victory with 16 points. Down at half-time, Orem played a good second half, but ultimately was defeated by Mountain View. Cylee Tuimaunei from Orem had 17 points including one 3-pointer to help her team.
TIMPVIEW 61, PROVO 37: The Haddock sisters from Timpview dominated the game with 27 points combined. Haylee Harrison, also from Timpview, helped the team with 13 points including two 3-pointers.
CEDAR 50, PINE VIEW 25: Cedar got the win at home against Pine View with help from top scorer Courtney Morley, who scored 16 points including two 3-pointers.
DESERT HILLS 62, CANYON VIEW 34: Kenzie Done led four Desert Hills players in double figures with 15 points.
DIXIE 67, SNOW CANYON 54: Liz Empey torched the nets for 30 points, and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Dixie to the region victory on the road over Snow Canyon.
STANSBURY 47, BEAR RIVER 45: Bailey Wilson led Stansbury with 12 points on the night, and the Stallions managed to hold onto the region win despite being outscored 17-4 in the final quarter.
TOOELE 55, GRANTSVILLE 32: Courtney Schiwal dropped in a game-high 21 points to lead Tooele in the lopsided region victory at home. Grantsville finished the game 13-for-30 from the free-throw line.
RICHFIELD 52, PAYSON 42: Madison Utley torched the nets for 27 points, and Richfield opened the game on with a 16-6 run that left Payson in the dust.
CARBON 56, JUAB 38: Katie Basinger led Carbon with 15 points, and the home team enjoyed a 18-9 fourth-quarter run to earn its first region win of the season.
KANAB 51, PAROWAN 42: Shaylee McDonald led the visiting team with 22 points, and Kanab finished the game on a 23-16 run to earn the region win.
DELTA 50, MILLARD 47: Sidney Springer paced Delta with 16 points, and the visitors survived a late rally by Millard to claim a second consecutive region win.
MAESER PREP 54, ROCKWELL 41
ROWLAND HALL 48, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 35: Rowland Hall kept their undefeated region play alive at home against Layton Christian. Marisa Eng, from Rowland Hall, was one of three players who scored 12 points.
WATERFORD 58, MERIT ACADEMY 14: Chloe Wilcox and Lexie Shreeve each scored 12 points to pace Waterford in a lopsided win on the road.
NORTH SEVIER 62, WASATCH ACADEMY 43: North Sevier opened the game on a 19-7 run, and were able to cruise to the region win. Keyani Rivera managed to score a game-high 35 points for Wasatch Academy in the loss.
GUNNISON 45, SUMMIT ACADEMY 39: Madee Christenson led all scorers with 16 points, and Gunnison rallied back from an early deficit to take the region victory.
SOUTH SUMMIT 58, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 29: The Wildcats led 18-4 after the first quarter, as Alisha Lewis led all scorers with 18 points.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 54, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 21: With eight different scorers, ICS was victorious on the road against West Ridge Academy. Courtney Leman was the top scorer for the Lions with 14 points, followed by Emily Lincoln who scored 12 points.
WENDOVER 42, DUGWAY 23: Aurora Rodriguez netted 11 points for Wendover Tuesday night, and the visitors rallied for a third consecutive region win in the lopsided ball game.
WEST 54, PARK CITY 52: Kelsey Price poured in 22 points in the Panthers' narrow win.
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