Boys basketball


WASATCH ACADEMY 76, ENTERPRISE 47: Koby McEwen and Cody John combined for 41 points to help lift Wasatch Academy over Enterprise in the 2A state championship game. It is the Tigers second consecutive state title. Justin Prisbrey finished with a game-high 27 points in the loss.


SOUTH SUMMIT 47, SOUTH SEVIER 45: Down 10 at the break, South Summit outscored South Sevier 24-12 in the second half to escape with the third-place victory in the 2A Playoffs. Beau Rydalch and Brad Richins combined for 35 points and seven 3-pointers to power the Wildcats in the win. Trevor Jones' 19-point performance led the way for the Rams.

EMERY 62, PAROWAN 57: Emery ended the game on a 18-9 push to edge Parowan in the 2A fifth-place game at the Sevier Valley Center. Dillon Wilstead torched the Rams for a game-high 25 points while Gavin McDermott chipped in 12 more to power the Spartans in the win. Caleb Murphy paced the home team with 14 points in the loss.


MORGAN 59, CEDAR 45: Morgan used a 12-0 run in the second quarter to take of the game and never looked back as it captured the 3A state championship with a solid victory over Cedar. Garren Miles led the way with 16 points for Cedar, with Bridger Streadbeck, Hunter Stanford and Ben Saunders also scoring in double figures.


WENDOVER 58, ST. JOSEPH 48: James Trujillo led all scorers with 20 points in the win over St. Joseph.

WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 68, TELOS 65: Luke Evans drained eight treys on his way to 40 points in a narrow win.

WEST DESERT 43, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 42: Evan Allred hit a trey to beat the buzzer to lift the Hawks to the upset.


PANGUITCH 52, PIUTE 49: In the region title, Panguitch came out victorious over Piute with top scorer, Tyce Barney, who scored 31 points, and Keldon Norris who had 7 points including the game winning 3-pointer at the buzzer.



MILFORD 66, ESCALANTE 46: Jalen Hardy led three Tigers in double figures with 19 points as Milford led 24-9 after the first quarter.


RICH 65, MANILA 45: Wyatt Muirbrook led three Rebels in double figures with 17 points.

Girls basketball


ENTERPRISE 43, NORTH SEVIER 28: Enterprise jumped out to a 22-11 lead at the break and held on in the second half to capture its second 2A state title in the last four years. Dakota Robinson and Jaycee Reber combined for 27 points to lead the Lady Wolves in the win.


SOUTH SEVIER 61, GUNNISON 57: South Sevier's strong second-half performance helped the Lady Rams outlast Gunnison in the double-overtime thriller to take home the 2A third-place trophy. Shantae Dustin poured in a game-high 26 points, 20 of which came in the second half, while Brielle Chisholm chipped in 12 more in the win. Josie Grajek paced the Lady Bulldogs with a team-high 23 points and five 3-pointers in the loss.

EMERY 62, SOUTH SUMMIT 51: Emery outscored South Summit 37-20 in the second and fourth quarters to take home the fifth-place trophy in the 2A Playoffs. Hannah Dyer and Kelsie Cox combined for 39 points to spark the Lady Wildcats in the win, while Alisha Lewis netted a team-high 21 points in the loss.


DESERT HILLS 57, MORGAN 43: Blair Bliss scored 17 points and Haley Bodnar added 12 as Desert Hills pulled away from Morgan in the second half to capture the 3A state championship that eluded it each of the past two seasons.


SPRINGVILLE 42, SKYLINE 40: Senior Savannah Park hit the game winning free throws as the Red Devils win back-to-back 4A titles with a victory over Skyline. Park led the team with 15 points, while center Brooke Wheeler added 10 rebounds, four points and four blocked shots. Sydnee Taylor led the Eagles with 13 points, while Hillary Weixler added 9 points and 11 rebounds.


FREMONT 60, AMERICAN FORK 27: Sophomore guard Harley Hansen led the Silver Wolves with 14 points as Fremont defeated American Fork for its first state championship in school history. Sydnee Ward had 13 points, Shelbee Molen had 11 points and three 3-pointers, Amanda Wayment had nine points and nine rebounds, and Kaelani Sagapolu had 10 boards for Fremont. For the Cavemen in the loss, Maile Richardson had six rebounds and Taylor Moeaki five points.

Boys soccer


SNOW CANYON 6, MILLARD 0: Six different players scored for the Warriors in the win over Millard, and Tyson Brough and Braydon Brough combined for the shutout.

PINE VIEW 7, SUMMIT ACADEMY 0: Justin Jones and Jose Rivera split the shutout for the Panthers.

PAROWAN 6, RICHFIELD 0: Garrett Robinson dished out two assists for the Rams, while Wesley Byl had another one in addition to scoring.

DIXIE 2, UINTAH 1: Alex Green and McLane Keenan each scored for the Flyers in the victory over Uintah.

MANTI 1, DESERT HILLS 0: Alvaro Cardenas scored the lone goal for the Templars in the win.

HURRICANE 2, PARK CITY 0: Traycen Shamo and Ethan Stratton each scored for the Tigers, and Kaden Jackson earned credit for the shutout in the win.