TABIONA 52, WAYNE 43: The Tabiona Tigers earn sixth place in the 1A state tournament with the victory over Wayne. The team was led by senior Demont Nay, who scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers, which ties him for sixth on the all-time career list. Bailey Hogan added 12 points and nine rebounds, while Tyler Van Tassell added 10 points and seven rebounds.The Badgers earn eighth place with the loss behind the leadership of Brock Taylor, who scored 14 points, grabbed four rebounds and earned four steals.
PIUTE 70, GREEN RIVER 60: The Piute T-birds earned fifth place with a win over the Pirates. The T-birds were led by Dalton Steed, who finished with 17 points, Logan Steed, who added 16 points, and JJ Ramos, who finished with 14 points. The Pirates end up with seventh place behind the efforts of T.J. Hughes, who scored 12 points, Nick Corrigan, Chance Pfander and Jon Mendez, who all added 11 points each. Mendez also led on the boards with 13 rebounds.
RICH 58, DUCHESNE 45: The Rich Rebels earned third place behind the double-double of McKay Jarman. He scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, while Caden Bartholomew and Skyler Argyle each added 10 points in the win. The loss gave their region rivals fourth place behind Alex Gatherum's nine points and Blake Jones' nine points and eight rebounds. Trent Roberts added 10 rebounds, while Daniel Hanberg added eight points in the loss.
MONTICELLO 34, PANGUITCH 31: Monticello won its first state title in 20 years with a victory over second-ranked Panguitch. The Buckaroos were led by 1A tournament MVP Sheldon Black, who scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Teammate Austin Maloy added seven points and six rebounds, while earning three steals, and Dillon Maughan scored six points and earned four rebounds. Sophomore Matt Freestone came off the bench and earned four blocked shots.The second-place Bobcats were led by senior Keldon Norris, who scored 13 points, while senior Tyce Barney scored nine points, grabbed eight rebounds and earned two assists.
BOUNTIFUL 44, OREM 43: The Braves clinched their first championship since 1997 after Orem missed two free throws with just two seconds remaining. Sam Merrill led Bountiful effort with 23 points and four assists while Jordan Bleak had nine points and six steals. Jeff Pollard led the Braves on the boards, pulling down 14, and Zac Seljaas had eight points, four rebounds, and four steals.Despite shooting 27.3 percent from the foul line, the Tigers had three players reach double figures, led by Dalton Nixon's 13. Cooper Holt and Quinn Peters had 10 points each and Peters added five assists and five steals.
LONE PEAK 84, PLEASANT GROVE 66: Lone Peak won its fourth straight 5A championship with an 84-66 blowout over Pleasant Grove Saturday at the Huntsman Center. Senior guard TJ Haws led the way with 29 points and 8-14 shooting from 3-point range. Zach Frampton added 24 points, 10 rebounds and six steals for the Knights.
SALEM HILLS 1, DESERT HILLS 0
DESERT HILLS 11, NORTHRIDGE 1
TIMPANOGOS 6, WEST JORDAN 5: Timpanogos edged West Jordan to escape and advance in the Desert Hills Invitational played at Desert Hills High School.
SOUTH SEVIER 14, SOUTH SUMMIT 3
SOUTH SEVIER 11, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 7: South Sevier rallied for four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to remain unbeated on the year and knock off American Leadership.
SKYLINE 6, BONNEVILLE 4
SKYLINE 7, BONNEVILLE 2
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