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High school basketball: Tuesday's roundup

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Published: Tuesday, Feb. 11 2014 11:36 p.m. MST

REGION 14

MAESER PREP 62, ROCKWELL 22: Maesers Bella Harrington had a phenomenal game, scoring 16 points against the Marshals.

ROWLAND HALL 42, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 31: Eight players found the box score for Rowland Hall, including Sara Matsumura, who hit the lone 3-pointer for the Winged Lion en route to 11 points.

WATERFORD 48, MERIT ACADEMY 14: Grace Peterson and Caitlin Shreeve combined for 27 points in the Waterford win.

REGION 15

NORTH SEVIER 62, WASATCH ACADEMY 14: Morgan Johnson led the Wolves to a win at home against the Fighting Eagles by scoring 15 points. She was assisted by Devyn Sorensen, who scored 13 points.

EMERY 52, GRAND 20: Hannah Dyer scored 16 points while her teammate, Bailey Rasmussen, snagged 16 rebounds to help Emery cruise past Grand.

REGION 16

NORTH SUMMIT 51, SUMMIT ACADEMY 43: The Braves got the win at home against the Bears. Summit Academy was led by Morgan Fox, with 13 points, while North Summit was led by Micaela Willoughby, who scored 15 points.

GUNNISON 42, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 34: Gunnison went 20-for-29 from the charity stripe, compared to just 5-for-13 for ALA, as the Bulldogs outlasted the Eagles. Josie Grajek led all scorers with 15 points in the win.

SOUTH SUMMIT 46, MANTI 33: Jamie McNeil scored 22 points in the win for South Summit.

REGION 18

ST. JOSEPH 65, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 14: Amanda Higgs led three Jayhawks in double figures with 19 points and five treys in the rout.

WENDOVER 48, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 16: Wendover shut down Intermountain Christian at halftime, outscoring them 27-5. Stephanie Badillo threw down 22 points with nine from beyond the arc on Senior Night and for their last home game of the season.

TINTIC 32, DUGWAY 19: Savannah Hiskey led all scorers with 14 points while Shalon Hannifin and Esther Pehrson combined for 12 points in the Tintic win.

REGION 19

MONTICELLO 43, GREEN RIVER 37: Mary Beh and Atlanta Black scored 13 points apiece to push Monticello to the win.

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