REG. 18 TOURNAMENT
WEST DESERT 56, MOUNT VERNON 38: Devin Timm led the Hawks with 19 points in the region win over Mount Vernon.
COTTONWOOD 60, WEST 50: The Colts jumped out to a 19-33 lead in the first half, and continued on to secure the Region 2 win over West. Cameron Brady led Cottonwood with 15 points in the win, while Denzel Latu led all scorers with 24 points in the loss.
TAYLORSVILLE 60, HUNTER 55: The Warriors picked up another win to remain undefeated in region play. Remi Prince led the way for Taylorsville with 16 points, while Noah Togiai led all scorers with 30 points in the loss.
WEST JORDAN 57, BRIGHTON 49: The Jaguars were led to a victory against the Bengals by Malique McCoy, who scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers.
JORDAN 64, COPPER HILLS 60: Calvin Hayward earned 20 points, including five 3-pointers, in the Region 3 win over Copper Hills.
LONE PEAK 85, LEHI 58: T.J. Haws earned 27 points while teammate Frank Jackson contributed another 21 points for the Knights in the Region 4 win over Lehi.
AMERICAN FORK 63, PLEASANT GROVE 56: The Cavemen came out victorious on the road with top scorer, Tyler Rawson, who scored 24 points, including three 3-pointers against the Vikings.
BONNEVILLE 105, OGDEN 82: Jared Ford earned a game-high of 38 points for the Lakers in the high-scoring win over Ogden.
HIGHLAND 62, WOODS CROSS 61: After a slow first quarter, the Rams battled back to defeat the Wildcats in the Region 6 barn burner. Jake Connor and Henry Morris combined for 26 points in the win, while Luke Jowers led all scorers with 20 points in the loss.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 46, KEARNS 34: Tanner Riley led all scorers with 18 points to lead the Bulldogs in the win over Kearns.
BOUNTIFUL 106, CYPRUS 42: Zac Seljaas lit up the net with 31 points, including seven 3-pointers, in the high-scoring win over Cyprus. The Braves remain undefeated in region play.
SALEM HILLS 54, PROVO 44: Salem Hills was victorious on the road with top scorer, Jeff Degraffenried, who scored 20 points, including four 3-pointers.
SPRINGVILLE 53, SPANISH FORK 47: Max Schreiner led the Red Devils to a win on the road, scoring 24 points against the Dons.
ALTA 69, TAYLORSVILLE 50: After an early deficit, the Hawks outscored Taylorsville by 13 points in the second quarter and rallied to a five-point halftime lead. Elsa Ferre led Alta with 12 points while Mariah Martin and Sierra McNicol had 10 points each. Forward Mattie Evensen led the Warriors with 16 points and Kaitlin Toluono had 15.
RIVERTON 60, VIEWMONT 52: The Silverwolves used a high-scoring final quarter to take the lead and thwart the Viewmont upset bid. The Vikings played strong and led for three-quarters of the game. Shelby Richards led Riverton with 21 points and Mallory Bostic added 11. Katie Toole sparked Viewmont with 18 points and Caitlyn Larsen had 17.
AMERICAN FORK 50, LAYTON 41: American Fork pressured the Lancers from start to finish, and Layton never found its groove in the upset. Sophomore guard Jenna Shepherd led all scorers with 22 points and three 3-pointers while Maile Richardson had 10 points. Maddi Smith led Layton with 14 points and Cassidy Anderson had 10.
COPPER HILLS 51, COTTONWOOD 38: Savannah Sandberg and Shirten Wissinger combined for 29 points to lead Copper Hills in the lopsided first round win. Sierra West had 13 points and three 3-pointers for the Colts in the loss.
FREMONT 55, LEHI 36: The Silver Wolves bounced back from a three-point deficit at the half to run away with the win. Senior, 6-foot-1 center Amanda Wayment led all scorers with 23 points and shot 50 percent from the floor. Beth Beeston led the Pioneers with nine points.
BINGHAM 56, GRANGER 40: Bingham ended the Lancers historic season, riding a big second quarter to the lopsided victory. Holly Sorensen led nine different Miners scorers with 10 points. Jessica Matheson had 13 points for Granger, which won the most games in program history and its first ever region title.
BRIGHTON 65, HUNTER 43: Scoring 13 unanswered points at the close of the first half sealed the victory for Brighton, which advances to the 5A quarterfinals. Four different players reached double figures, led by 17 from Dani Barton and 13 from Maddie Chin. Tess Matagi and Jennifer Burnham were on fire from the perimeter, combining for 27 points and five 3-pointers for Hunter.
DAVIS 69, LONE PEAK 55: Four different Davis players reached double digits, led by Kayley Neilsens 14 points, to propel the Darts in the opening round victory. Kelsey McCann had a game-high 21 points with four 3-pointers in the loss.