SPRINGVILLE 58, SPANISH FORK 51: Tough defense in the third quarter helped lead Springville to the seven-point win over Spanish Fork. Max Schreiner led all scorers with 24 points and three treys.
PIUTE 74, ESCALANTE 48: Cole Payton scored 13 points, while Dalton and Logan Steed combined for 35 points in the region win. Piute shut down Escalante in the second and third quarter, outscoring them 52-23.
PANGUITCH 90, MILFORD 43: Chance Campbell scored a game-high 24 points, netting six three-pointers to help Panguitch to a blowout victory over Milford.
BRIGHTON 56, COPPER HILLS 53: Maddie Chin and Dani Barton combined for 30 points, as Brighton outlasted Copper Hills in the barnburner region victory. Sarah Midgley drained six 3-pointers, and finished with 19 points in the loss.
ALTA 59, JORDAN 34: Madyson Quigley posted 19 points for Alta.
AMERICAN FORK 51, PLEASANT GROVE 20: Jenna Shepherd led American Fork in the blowout victory over Pleasant Grove with 15 points.
ROY 54, BOX ELDER 52: Kaitlyn Hurley led the Royals to the close victory over Box Elder, scoring 18 points in the region win.
SKY VIEW 69, LOGAN 42: Jessica Smith posted 17 points for the Bobcats.
PROVO 41, SALEM HILLS 38: Provo went 8-for-9 at the free-throw line in the final minutes of the fourth quarter to pick up the region victory at home. Noa Talia-Masuda finished the game with a game-high 22 points in the win.
TIMPVIEW 59, WASATCH 36: Lacy Haddock recorded a double-double for Timpview, posting 27 points with 12 rebounds to help the visitors to an eighth consecutive region victory.
DIXIE 42, CEDAR 32: Liz Empey recorded a double-double in Dixies region victory, grabbing 14 rebounds and scoring 10 points to help the visitors to the win.
SNOW CANYON 59, PINE VIEW 31: Madison Mooring led three Warriors in double figures with 13 points as Snow Canyon opened the second half on a 20-9 run.
DESERT HILLS 69, HURRICANE 39: Desert Hills jumped out to a commanding 23-point lead at the break, and cruised the rest of the way to knock off Hurricane. Haley Bodnar led the way for the Thunder with a game-high 13 points.
STANSBURY 47, BEN LOMOND 24
BEAR RIVER 51, TOOELE 44: Alyssa Park torched the nets for 24 points, and Bear River improved to 4-1 in region play after earning the narrow win at Tooele.
PAYSON 54, JUAB 47: Hallie Neves was the games high scorer Thursday, netting 18 points to help Payson to a much needed region victory at home.
NORTH SANPETE 48, CARBON 39: Taylor Gordon scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead North Sanpete to the region victory at home.
ENTERPRISE 70, KANAB 65: Enterprise was able to get to the charity stripe 38 times to pull of the road victory over Kanab. Dakota Robinson scored a team-high 28 points in the win, while Shaylee McDonald erupted for 31 points in the narrow loss.
MAESER PREP 52, MERIT ACADEMY 29: Bella Harrington recorded a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds for Maeser Prep, and 11 other players scored points to help Maeser in the blowout win at home.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 44, WATERFORD 28: Heather Martin-Chan paced Layton Christian with 13 points in the region victory on the road.
EMERY 65, SAN JUAN 28: Hannah Dyer led all scorers with 19 points in the dismantling victory, as Emerys dominant second-half performance led the Spartans past San Juan on the road.
ST. JOSEPH 61, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 33: Liz Tomon led three St. Joseph scorers in double figures with 16 points, and the home team used a 21-9 third quarter run to earn a sixth consecutive region victory.Comment on this story
DUGWAY 35, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 21: Cynthia Kimler scored a game-high 15 points to lead Dugway to the region win. The Mustangs held West Ridge scoreless in the second quarter to take cruise past the visitors.
WENDOVER 36, TINTIC 34: Wendover ended the second quarter on a 12-4 run to take a double-digit lead at the break, and the Wildcats held on in the second half to secure the narrow road win over Tintic. Aurora Rodriguez netted a game-high 16 points in the win.
COKEVILLE, WYO. 34, RICH 31: Cami Lamborn scored a game-high 21 points with one trey despite the close loss to Cokeville, Wyo., on the road.