WAYNE 75, MANILA 59: Broc Taylor poured in 30 points as Wayne pulled away from Manila with the strong second half for the 1A play-in game victory on Tuesday. Brigg Blackburn added 15 points for Wayne, while Ben Rose led Manila with 17 points.
MONUMENT VALLEY 74, MILFORD 60: Sergio Morales scored 26 points and Demaine June added 20 more as Monument Valley used a strong fourth quarter to pull away from Milford for the 1A play-in game victory.
TELOS 58, PINNACLE 54: In a tight game throughout, first-year school Telos punched its ticket to the 1A first round with a narrow victory over Pinnacle thanks to an 18-point effort from Chase Perkins.
DIAMOND RANCH 62, DUGWAY 42: Jesse Jaffe tallied 18 points and Saxon Mingus added 13 as Diamond Ranch used a strong first half to pull away from Dugway in Tuesdays 1A play-in game at the Sevier Valley Center. Josh Johnson scored 22 in the loss for Dugway.
TABIONA 73, WEST DESERT 26: Fourteen different players scored for Tabiona as they eased past West Desert for the 1A play-in game victory. Demont Nay led the Tigers with 14 points,
BRYCE VALLEY 60, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 43: Kix Roundy scored 21 points, and Bryce Valleys defense limited 1A leading scorer Alec Metzger to 18 points as Bryce Valley rolled to the 1A play-in game victory. Bryce Valley jumped out to a 16-4 first quarter lead and never looked back.
BINGHAM 73, WEST 42: Yoeli Childs ripped down a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds while Jordan Evans added 13 points with two 3-pointers to help Bingham overcome a slow start in the first round against West. The Miners outscored the Panthers 46-16 in the second half.
LONE PEAK 87, SYRACUSE 60: Lone Peaks big three delivered once again and the Knights won their 13th consecutive playoff game. TJ Haws had 29 points, 10 assists and two steals. Frank Jackson chipped in 19 points and Zach Frampton finished with 15 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists and three steals.
DAVIS 67, HERRIMAN 37: Elijah Kletzli scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Jesse Wade added 16 points and six steals in the win for Davis. Matt Morrell was particularly impressive with 12 points, seven rebounds, five assists and six steals while playing phenomenal defense the entire game.
COPPER HILLS 55, HUNTER 47: Copper Hills hung on to advance to the quarterfinals despite several runs by Hunter in the second half. Porter Hawkins and Preston Sanchez combined for 27 points in the win for the Grizzlies, who will play Davis in the quarterfinals.
AMERICAN FORK 72, VIEWMONT 42: American Fork shot 55 percent from the field and had four players score in double figures as it rolled past Viewmont in the 5A first round. Ryan Andrus led the way for the Cavemen with 17 points, while Tyler Rawson added 13 points and 10 rebounds. American Forks defense held Viewmont to just 23 percent shooting from the field.
BRIGHTON 65, TAYLORSVILLE 60: Brock Miller scored 17 of his 20 points in the second half, and Brighton overcame a broken finger to second-leading scorer Osa Masina in the third quarter to hold off Taylorsville for the 5A first round victory. John Gremillion stepped up big for the Bengals with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Jevin Warren led Taylorsville in the loss with 20 points.
ALTA 62, HILLCREST 42: Zach Rollins scored 15 points, Landon Albrecht added 14 and Trevor Hill chipped in with 12 as Alta rolled past Hillcrest in the 5A first round at the Huntsman Center on Tuesday. Hillcrest kept it close early, but Alta dominated the second half outscoring the Huskies 32-17. Alta enjoyed a 40-27 rebounding edge as well.
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