ALTA 55, BRIGHTON 37: Zach Rollins finished with 21 points and six steals along with five 3-pointers as Alta continued its tear through region play with another win over Brighton.
COPPER HILLS 59, WEST JORDAN 53: Copper Hills outscored West Jordan 22-12 from the charity stripe as the Grizzlies outlasted the Jaguars at home. Preston Sanchez poured in a game-high 26 points to fuel the home team in the win.
BINGHAM 77, JORDAN 67: Four Miners reached double figures, including Yoeli Childs, who dropped a game-high 20 points in the win over Jordan.
PLEASANT GROVE 71, RIVERTON 49: Pleasant Grove outscored Riverton, 46-23, in the second half to pick up the road victory. Riley Court led all scorers with 22 points and four treys, while Matt Conway chipped in 17 more to fuel the Vikings.
HERRIMAN 63, AMERICAN FORK 47: David Maynard led Herriman with 22 points and eight rebounds in the upset win over American Fork.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 50, HIGHLAND 46: Judge Memorials Kaden Elliss and Tanner Riley combined for 28 points to help the Bulldogs edge Highland on the road. Jake Connor netted 14 points to lead Highland in the loss.
KEARNS 53, CLEARFIELD 49: Bushmen Ebet scored 20 points and Dacraeon Vines added 17 points. The two combined for five 3-pointers to help Kearns fend off Clearfield, who was led by Cody Gypp in the loss.
OLYMPUS 78, TIMPANOGOS 39: Once again, Olympus was led by its balanced scoring attack with major contributions from Jake Lindsey, Alec Monson, Jason Bess and Spencer Williams, all of whom reached double digit scoring totals.
SPANISH FORK 71, PROVO 61: Spanish Forks 21-8 run in the third quarter helped the Dons secure the road victory against Provo. Hayes Hall led all scorers with 29 points and five 3-pointers, while Hunter Baileys 20-point performance paced the Bulldogs in the loss.
TIMPVIEW 57, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 49: After falling behind early, Timpview battled back and held off a late surge by Maple Mountain to capture the win.
WASATCH 67, SALEM HILLS 58:
JUAN DIEGO 59, UNION 49: Gabe Colosimo went off for 28 points with six 3-pointers as Juan Diego sleepwalked past Union.
PIUTE 75, DIAMOND RANCH 67: Piute ended the game on a 23-10 tear to escape with the narrow victory over Diamond Ranch. Four players scored in double figures for the T-Birds, led by Matthew Milletts game-high 21 points and JJ Ramos 19 points and three 3-pointers. Stephen Hoffman netted 19 points in the loss.
WAYNE 65, ESCALANTE 43: Broc Taylor had 20 points in the win for Wayne, which opened up a 15-point cushion after the first quarter.
OREM 60, MURRAY 51: Cooper Holt, Quinn Peters and Dalton Nixon all reached the double figure scoring plateau and Richard Harward was one-point shy of a double-double with nine points and 10 rebounds in the win for Orem.
LAYTON 41, FREMONT 33: The Lancers played a good game of defense and were led by top scorer Jaden Anderson, who had 13 points, in the win against the Silver Wolves.
SYRACUSE 50, WEBER 43: Syracuse outscored Weber 17-10 in the third quarter and held on in the fourth to pick up the narrow victory. Taylor Coffey posted a double-double with 12 points and 16 boards, while teammate Chambray Taylor led all scorers with 13 points and three treys in the win.
DAVIS 49, NORTHRIDGE 32: Davis McKenzie Day scored a game-high 15 points while teammate Sarah Beecher added 11 more to help the Darts knock off Northridge at home. Brittley Eldredge scored seven points and grabbed 17 boards in the loss.
COPPER HILLS 52, WEST JORDAN 44: Copper Hills made 26 of its 33 free-throw attempts and outscored West Jordan 17-5 in the third quarter to come away victorious. Kate Sisler and Shirten Wissinger combined for 30 points to spark the Grizzlies in the win.
BINGHAM 54, JORDAN 23: Bingham had 11 players contribute offensively, including Holly Sorensen, who was the only player to reach double figures on either team.
HERRIMAN 49, AMERICAN FORK 45: Alexi Smith drilled three treys en route to her team-high 11 points as Herriman held off American Fork on its home court.
WESTLAKE 51, LEHI 49: Westlake got the lead in the first quarter and was able to hold it throughout the game. Mackenzie Meyers, of the Thunder, led the team to the close win against the Pioneers with 19 points.
BONNEVILLE 81, BOX ELDER 35: Bonneville took a commanding 44-12 lead at the break and cruised the rest of the way to blow past Box Elder on the road. The Lakers knocked down 31 field goals as a team, while Savanna Shaw and Kayla Eilertson combined for 35 points with five treys in the win.
MOUNTAIN CREST 38, LOGAN 31
BOUNTIFUL 80, EAST 32: Tiana Dougher and Kennedy Redding each had double-doubles in the blowout win over Bountiful at home. Tiana threw down 34 points with 13 steals. Kennedy had 11 points and 10 rebounds.
CLEARFIELD 67, KEARNS 52: Clearfields Tayley Stoddart poured in a game-high 29 points with five treys, while Bailey Douglas added 18 more to propel the Falcons over the Cougars on the road. Tasha Ika scored a team-high 21 points in the loss.
SKYLINE 61, CORNER CANYON 20: The Eagles got the win on the road against the Chargers. Sydnee Taylor scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers for Skyline.
MURRAY 50, OREM 48: The Spartans took a commanding 13-7 lead in the opening quarter and extended the lead throughout the game. Baylee Leiter led with 13 points.
SPANISH FORK 44, PROVO 35: Spanish Fork outscored Provo 14-5 in the opening quarter. Kaylee Bott threw down 13 points with six from beyond the arc.
TIMPVIEW 61, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 57: The Haddock sisters took control and completely dominated for the Thunderbirds, as they combined for 36 points and 27 rebounds to help Timpview edge Maple Mountain. Maddy Williams led the Golden Eagles with 16 points and five 3-pointers in the narrow home loss.
CEDAR 45, HURRICANE 41: Down three at the break, Cedar opened the second half on a 14-4 run to stun Hurricane on the road. Hannah Williams led Cedar with 12 points.
JUAN DIEGO 70, UNION 40: Dominique and Monique Mills combined for 29 points in the dominating victory over Union on the road.
MORGAN 76, PARK CITY 26
BEAR RIVER 70, GRANTSVILLE 29: Four different players reached the double figure plateau and Bear River collectively drilled nine 3-pointers to top Grantsville at home.
TOOELE 50, BEN LOMOND 29: Taylor Thomas scored 15 points while seven of her teammates contributed to the offensive action as Tooele passed by Ben Lomond at home.
NORTH SANPETE 47, PAYSON 24: North Sanpetes Taylor Gordon poured in a game-high 23 points to propel the Hawks over Payson on the road.
JUAB 54, RICHFIELD 44: Trailing by four at recess, Juab outscored Richfield 36-22 in the second half and ended the game on a 17-9 tear to top the Wildcats on the road. Ally Nelson (20 points) and Hailey Wright (17 points) paced the Wasps in the win.
MILLARD 44, BEAVER 36: Millard outscored Beaver 15-5 from the charity stripe and ended the game on a 13-5 run to escape with the nail-biting home win. Shantel Kesler led the way for the Eagles with 11 points.
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.
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.
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.
MONTICELLO 43, GREEN RIVER 37: Mary Beh and Atlanta Black scored 13 points apiece to push Monticello to the win.
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