Tom Smart, Deseret News
HUNTER 74, COTTONWOOD 56: Noah Togiai led the Wolverines with a 23-point, 11-rebound double-double in the double-digit win over Cottonwood.
TAYLORSVILLE 67, HILLCREST 58: The Warriors won all four quarters to edge the Huskies and remain perfect in region play. For Hillcrest in the loss, Stockton Ashby recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds.
WEST 40, GRANGER 30: Denzel Latu scored 10 points and the Panthers outscored Granger 17-6 in the final quarter for the low-scoring victory.
SKY VIEW 68, OGDEN 49: Riley Panter hit three 3-pointers and totaled 19 points to spark the Bobcats at home.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 56, EAST 50: The Bulldogs used a big second quarter and a big performance from Kaden Elliss, who totaled 20 points, for the Region 6 victory.
KEARNS 68, CYPRUS 35: Sunday Owda scored a game-high 27 points and nabbed 17 rebounds in the win over Cyprus.
SNOW CANYON 53, DESERT HILLS 44: The Warriors pulled away in the final quarter for the Region 9 victory.
CANYON VIEW 63, HURRICANE 49: The Falcons hit 10 of 11 from the foul line in the fourth quarter, Sterling Barnes had a team-best 16 points, and Koy Huxford and Keaton Kringlen each scored 11 points to lead Canyon View in region play.
GRANTSVILLE 45, BEN LOMOND 33: Colton Adams led the Cowboys to victory with 14 points.
PAYSON 77, RICHFIELD 40: Daniel Reno hit four 3-pointers en route to 25 points as the Lions jumped out to an early lead.
ENTERPRISE 47, BEAVER 45: Justin Prisbrey led the Wolves with 21 points and five boards in the narrow home victory.
MERIT ACADEMY 70, WATERFORD 41: Jacob Garcia and Joel Martinez combined for 28 points, and Merit totaled nine 3-pointers as a team in the one-sided win. The Ravens hit eight 3s and were led by Sage Herron's 14 points.
ROCKWELL 81, MAESER PREP 59: Rockwell took control of the game early in the second quarter to shut down Maeser Prep. Ben Johnson scored 22 points with three treys.
WASATCH ACADEMY 93, NORTH SEVIER 38: The Tigers took complete control of the game with a 31-point third quarter, led by the play of Koby McEwen, who finished with 25 points and four 3s.
MANTI 74, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 43: Twelve different Manti players scored, led by Trevor Alder (12 points), Jared Schiess (11) and Thomas Allred (10). Neil Davis tallied a game-high 20 points for ALA in the loss.
SOUTH SUMMIT 72, SUMMIT ACADEMY 58: Beau Rydalch led the Wildcats with a 26-point and 11-rebound double-double.
DUGWAY 65, TELOS 39: Tyrell Bear had 14 points and Daniel Shephard hit three 3-pointers en route to 11 points for a combined 25 points for Dugway.
TINTIC 71, WEST DESERT 32: Layne Murdoch led Tintic with 15 points while Zane Evans, Corbin Fitzgerald and Bridger Steele had 11 points apiece for the Miners. Devin Timm led all scorers with 17 points for the Hawks in the loss.
PANGUITCH 63, BRYCE VALLEY 32: Tyce Barney got a double-double scoring 26 points and grabbing 13 rebounds for Panguitch in the win.
WAYNE 78, DIAMOND RANCH 57: Five different players reached double figures for Wayne as the Badgers rolled in the home victory. For the Diamond Backs in the loss, Riley Cameron tallied a game-high 23 points with four 3-pointers.
WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 63, ST. JOSEPH 53
TAYLORSVILLE 39, HILLCREST 25: Mattie Evensen led the Warriors with 14 points in home win over Hillcrest.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 68, EAST 45: Kailie Quinn had a huge night with 31 points and five 3-pointers, Vennessa Austin played strong on the low post for 20 points, and Alex Graham was the defensive key in the big win for the Bulldogs.
HIGHLAND 49, CLEARFIELD 35: Highland was led in the win by high-scorer Ma'ata Epenisa, who totaled 15 points and 10 rebounds.
CYPRUS 52, KEARNS 48: Tori Dyson netted 20 points, Tia Baggett had 12, and both hit two 3-pointers to lead the Pirates over Kearns. Tasha Ika scored 16 points and hit three 3s for the Cougars in the loss.
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