Here's a roundup of the 80-plus boys and girls high school basketball games across the state on Friday night.
EAST 89, WEST 53: East had four players score in double figures, led by Parker Van Dyke and Joe Hallman with 18 apiece. The Lancers took advantage of an early 20-4 lead to defeat the Panthers and improve to 4-1 on the year.
JUAN DIEGO 66, HILLCREST 51: Juan Diego's Gabe Colosimo and Nick Markosian combined for 35 points in the 15 point victory on the road.
MURRAY 67, COTTONWOOD 48: Murray's Nathan Aland scored a game-high 23 points to help the Spartans defeat the Colts and improve to 3-1.
LOGAN 53, BEN LOMOND 49: Logan went 12-for-15 from the free-throw line in the four point victory at home. Luke Falk and Tyler Brimhall combined for 21 points.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 54, HIGHLAND 51: The Bulldogs scored seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to take the lead. Ryan Pauley led with 18 points and Terrell Young added 14 points, 12 of which came from beyond the arc.
WOODS CROSS 40, LAYTON 39: Hayden Grant and Felipo Mokofisi each scored nine points and Woods Cross made the last basket with seven seconds remaining to take the narrow victory. For Layton, Mike Hibbert finished with 17 points in the loss.
JORDAN 76, SHADOW RIDGE, NEV. 63: Brandon Pasker (22), Marcus Gutierrez (13), Chandler Smith (13), Jonas Jones (10) and McKay Nilsson (10) all reached double figures on the score-sheet as the Diggers blew past Shadow Ridge, Nev.
SHIPROCK, N.M. 76, SAN JUAN 68: Led by Issac Morley who recorded a 14-point, 10-rebound double-double, San Juan gave Shiprock a run for its money but could not come up with the victory at the Farmington Tournament in New Mexico.
SOUTH SEVIER 48, CEDAR 44: Race Parsons scored a game-high 25 points, including five 3-pointers to lead South Sevier to the narrow victory on the road.
SPANISH FORK 56, HURRICANE 41: Spanish Fork's Benson Rhees led the way with 20 points, 18 of which coming from distance. Ty Henry threw down 13 points in the win for the Dons.
OGDEN 59, GRANGER 56: Ogden went into Granger's house and edged out the Lancers to earn their first win of the season. Spencer Smith drained two 3-pointers and led the Tigers with 25 points.
BOX ELDER 62, FREMONT 46: Shad Watson was nearly unstoppable on offense as he went off for 30 points going 4-for-7 from 3-point land. Tyler Bate added 11 points to the Bees' cause while Kade Criswell led Fremont with 10 points in the loss.
KEARNS 56, STANSBURY 37: Kearns' Dayon Goodman recorded a monstrous double-double with 23 points and 19 rebounds and the Cougars pulled away in the fourth quarter to hang on for the win against the Stallions.
AMERICAN FORK 54, MOUNTAIN CREST 43: Ryan Andrus managed to record the double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead American Fork past visiting Mountain Crest.
BONNEVILLE 57, MORGAN 55: Mason Rich finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds to lead visiting Bonneville to the narrow victory over Morgan. Dakota Buckway added 15 points and five assists for the Lakers.
TAYLORSVILLE 60, CYPRUS 41: Taylorsville limited Cyprus to four points in the second quarter for the home win. Sidney Freeman, Manny Suarez and Kia Delacerna accounted for 44 of the 60 points scored for the Warriors.
SKY VIEW 57, PROVO 50: Jalen Moore scored 21 points as Sky View outscored Provo 17-3 in the second quarter on its way to an impressive road victory over undefeated Provo.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 62, WASATCH 52: Maple Mountain found a rhythm in the second overtime to hold on for a thrilling win at home. Spencer Allred, Josh Phelps and Nate Guymon all reached double figures scoring for the Golden Eagles.
BOUNTIFUL 75, VIEWMONT 60: Bountiful's Zach Seljaas had a game-high 23 points in the 15 points victory at home. Sam Merrill also had a double-double scoring 16 points and 10 rebounds.
ALTA 63, HERRIMAN 51: RJ Beard led all scorers with 24 points, including five 3-pointers to help Alta to the home win.
CARBON 58, EMERY 53: Carbon's balanced scoring and their strong second half helped propel them over Emery. Derek Young scored a game-high 23 points and also secured 10 rebounds in the Dinos' win.
PLEASANT GROVE 78, TIMPANOGOS 54: Pleasant Grove continued the strong surge to begin the season with the decisive win over previously unbeaten Timpanogos. Riley Court dropped a game-high 15 points while Mark Sheffield and Nate Didericksen combined for 25 points in the win.
RIVERTON 56, WEST JORDAN 43: Riverton exploded for 19 points in the second quarter and held on to earn the tough road victory against West Jordan. Stephan Holm scored a game-high 19 points and Bryce Stone also hit two 3-pointers and finished with 15 points for the Silverwolves.
MAESER PREP 52, MILFORD 41: Maeser jumped out to a 29-10 halftime lead en route to the easy victory over Maeser Prep in the first round of the CS Mining Classic at Milford High School.
BINGHAM 53, OLYMPUS 46: Bingham had three players score in double figures as it pulled away by outscoring Olympus 16-2 in the fourth quarter. Brandon Morley led with 18 points the Miners with 18 points, while Ryan Turner added 15.
MERIT ACADEMY 58, LEGACY PREP 43: Merit Academy held Legacy to three points in the first quarter and built upon the cushion in the remaining three quarters, behind Joel Martinez and Hunter Davis, for the win.
DESERT HILLS 69, DELTA 56: Ty Rutledge went of for 25 points, including several 3-pointers to lift Desert Hills over visiting Delta. Taylor Bahr tallied 24-points, with four 3-pointers, in the Rabbits loss.
PARK CITY 67, BEAR RIVER 57: Park City clamped down defensively, and behind Bosten VanDerVeur and Hayden Daily's combined 43 points and six 3-pointers pulled off the upset.
WEBER 61, BRIGHTON 59: No. 3 Weber survived to win at No. 5 Brighton in a wild game in which Brighton erased a 23-point second half deficit, only to lose on a pair of technical free throws from Hayden Schenck with one second remaining. Schenck and Garrett Beckey finished with 15 points each. Weber led 40-17 late in the third, but Brighton came storming back to tie it at 59-59 with five seconds remaining. Brighton's Zach Bernardo led all scorers with 16 points in the loss.
OREM 60, DIXIE 44: Orem led by 14 points at halftime and cruised to victory over Dixie. Orem was led by Jordan Darger with 18 points, Dalton Nixon with 17 points and Zach Hunsaker 14 points.
TABIONA 48, TINTIC 43: Tabiona's Demont Nay led the way with 24 points with 12 from behind the arc and went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line. Tyler Van Tassell had 10 boards to contribute to the victory.
TIMPVIEW 61, PINE VIEW 33: Timpview outscored Pine View 38-12 to start both halves and remain unscathed on the young season. Taylor Roy tallied 20 points with two 3-pointers and Leo Roese added 11 points and one trey for the T-Birds.
GRAND 54, ALTAMONT 46: Grand's Kaden Risenhoover and Dale Thomas combined for 30 points including six 3-pointers.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 49, NORTH SUMMIT 47: McKay Bowman recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds as ALA used a 16-8 fourth quarter run to preserve the win at home. Ralph Monroy made the tying free throw with four seconds left, but after he missed his second free throws, Bowman rebounded it and put it back in for the winning score.
SALEM HILLS 85, PAYSON 50: Salem Hills scored 31 points in the first quarter to jump start their successful game. Cody Pritchett and Ammon Fifita each scored 16 points and Ryan Koller threw down 14 points.
LEHI 69, HUNTER 50:
ROWLAND HALL 61, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 46: Malik Adams led Rowland Hall to victory over Intermountain Christian with 16 points and Chris Nkoy also contributed 10 points for the Winged Lion. Zach Paige scored 27 points for the Lion in their loss.
GREEN RIVER, WYO. 57, UINTAH 51: Green River's strong third quarter helped them get the tough victory over Uintah in the Flaming Gorge Classic. Denver Buckalew scored a team-high 19 points for Utes.
EVANSTON, WYO. 51, UNION 34: George Kaufusi and Stephen Merrell each scored eight points, but Union dug itself in a hole by only scoring 14 points in the first half.
SOUTH SUMMIT 63, GUNNISON 59: South Summit's Brad Richins led the way with 22 points. Beau Rydalch added 13 points. Steven Flinders finished the game with 10 points with six from behind the arc.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, WYO. 47, MANILA 38: Mountain View, Wyo. put the game away in the fourth quarter as it outscored Manila 17-10. Ben Rose led the Mustangs with 15 points in the loss.
WENDOVER 88, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 52: James Trujillo knocked down eight 3-pointers and finished with 28 points to lead Wendover to a victory over visiting West Ridge Academy at the Wendover Tournament. Joe Giacchetti finished with 33 points in the loss for the Eagles.
ROCKWELL 61, CONCORDIA PREP 13: Rockwell jumped out to a 29-6 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in the win. Preston Hanson scored 21 points and Colton Corner added 11 points in the win. Bryce Kirk scored all 13 points for Concordia Prep.
MONUMENT VALLEY 58, DOVE CREEK, COLO. 40: Heidi Nelson was unstoppable scoring 29 points with three 3-pointers. Autumn Holliday and Jandra Nelson combined for 16 points.
SALEM HILLS 55, WESTLAKE 48: Salem Hills was able to survive a late fourth quarter run by Westlake and held on for the win despite being outscored 15-3 in the final 12 minutes. Erica Egbert hit two 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 17 points for the SkyHawks.
COTTONWOOD 42, HERRIMAN 30: The Colts stampeded over the Tigers in the 12 points victory. Andrea Brady led with 14 points. Kari Uncles threw down 12 points including one 3-pointer.
DAVIS 47, CLEARFIELD 20: Natalie Mecham led Davis with the 15 points, seven rebound effort to give Davis the victory at home. Jessica Richardson added 10 points with nine rebounds in the Darts lopsided win.
RICH 54, JACKSON HOLE, WYO. 45: Rich had four players score in double-digits, led by Alisa Petersen with 22, to help them get the victory in the Flaming Gorge Classic against Jackson Hole, Wyoming and improve to 4-1 on the season.
BOUNTIFUL 69, WEBER 56: Bountiful's 21-9 advantage after the first quarter was too much to come back from for Weber and Bountiful held on for the tough road victory. Ashley Eyring sank three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 23 points for the Braves.
CYPRUS 55, HUNTER 38: Thanks to a monster double-double from Abby Barrett and a great defensive performance from Marquessa Gilson, Cyprus easily defeated Hunter. Barrett ended with 14 points and 22 rebounds while Gilson added 14 points.
CANYON VIEW 47, ENTERPRISE 42: After coughing up a fourth quarter lead, Canyon View regrouped in overtime to edge Enterprise at the Sevier Valley Center. Josie Platt led the Falcons with 14 points, with Kenzie Evans and Kasidee Perkins adding 11 points each.
DESERT HILLS 45, JUAB 28: Led by Blair Bliss, who scored a game-high 16 points, the Thunder roared past Wasps at the Sevier Valley Center. Desert Hills jumped out to an early lead, outscoring Juab 11-4 in the first quarter.
WASATCH 43, HURRICANE 39: Rebecca MaWhinney scored 16 points in addition to nine rebounds and five steals to lead Wasatch to the tight, defensive victory over Hurricane at the Sevier Valley Center.
MORGAN 50, DELTA 37: After a close first half, Morgan exploded in the second half, outscoring Delta 29-13. McKenzie Schenk led the Trojans with 15 points and was closely followed by Kiersha Dickson who scored 12 points. The Rabbits' TaNeil Clayton scored a game-high 16 points in the loss.
BEAVER 51, SOUTH SUMMIT 40: Behind the one-two combo of Hattie Snyder and McCail Wood, the Beavers came up with the win. Snyder scored 21 points and had 11 rebounds while Wood added 15 points.
NORTH SANPETE 33, SOUTH SEVIER 27: North Sanpete came up with the win thanks to balanced scoring. Taylor Gordon led the Hawks with nine points while the Rams' Shantae Dustin had a game-high 20 points in the loss.
KANAB 59, NORTH SEVIER 40: Kaitlin Glover scored a game high 21 points, as Kanab nipped North Sevier in the 2A-3A Preseason Preview. Jessika Houston drained four 3-pointers, finishing with 12 points in for Kanab. Devyn Sorensen dropped in 20 points for North Sevier.
RICHFIELD 50, NORTH SUMMIT 20: Sloane Roundy managed to score 16 points, and Richfield opened the game with a 24-4 first quarter that left North Summit in the dust.
RIVERTON 60, ROY 48: Riverton was able to capitalize on an early lead and grab the road victory against Roy to remain unbeaten on the season. Whitney Saunders led the Silverwolves with 16 points.
BINGHAM 49, TIMPANOGOS 27: Bingham's intense defense helped them jump out to an early lead on the road and Jillian Powell drilled two 3-pointers and scored a game-high 13 points to help the Miners remain undefeated on the season.
MANILA 53, PINEDALE, WYO. 51: Manila eked out a narrow victory over Pinedale, Wyo. at the Flaming Gorge Classic in Wyoming.
VALLEY, NEV. 55, PANGUITCH 45: Darri Frandsen recorded a double-double for Panguitch as she scored 13 points and grabbed 16 rebounds but her team could not capture the victory over Valley, Nev. at the Virgin Valley Tournament in Mesquite, Nev.
MOUNTAIN CREST 61, LONE PEAK 33: Kelsey Kartchner led the Mountain Crest attack with 10 points and six rebounds, as the home team nearly doubled Lone Peak's score to pick up the victory.
GREEN RIVER 54, TABIONA 27: Jamie Johnson led all scorers with 14 points to lead Green River to victory. Taylor Johnson and Michaela Hughes added 11 points apiece to the Pirates' cause.
WOODS CROSS 57, OLYMPUS 46: Cami Horrocks led the Wildcats to a non-region win with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Rachel VanderToolen led the Titans with 18 points.
DESERT OASIS, NEV. 39, VALLEY 35: Valley tried for the second half comeback but just fell short to Desert Oasis, Nevada. Valley's Kyra Milligan and Nicole Roundy combined for 30 points
SPRINGVILLE 65, CEDAR 53: Springville outscored Cedar 25-15 in the fourth quarter to edge out Cedar to remain perfect on the season. Malia Nawahine's huge game of 32 points and 10 rebounds helped lift the Red Devils to victory.
SKYLINE 40, MOUNTAIN VIEW 37:
UINTAH 55, SPANISH FORK 52: Uintah trialed by seven points in the fourth quarter, but quickly erased the deficit and eventually took the lead for good on Taylor Henline's penetrating layup with 1:40 remaining. The Utes connected on 9-of-11 freebies in the final quarter.
LAYTON 67, MURRAY 34: Layton broke open the game in the second quarter with a 26-9 advantage and Cassidy Anderson finished with 14 points to lead the Lancers to a road victory.
WEST JORDAN 48, PAYSON 23: The Jaguars started the game out strong, scoring 18 points, and continued the streak throughout the game. Kim Evans led the way with 16 points. Haley Carle added 11 points with one 3-pointer.
NORTHRIDGE 59, BEN LOMOND 38: Northridge shot the lights out and was able to earn their first victory of the season by defeating Ben Lomond. Sydnee Acord hit three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 26 points and Cassidy Reese also scored 19 points, 15 of which came from beyond the arc, to help Knights beat the Scots.
BRYCE VALLEY 40, PAROWAN 34: Whitni Syrett and Brittney Frost combined for 23 points, and the home team bounced back from a sluggish start to hand Parowan its first loss of the season.
DIXIE 45, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 36: Dixie's Caroline Lanter and Kelsey McCann combined for 25 points in the nine point victory at home.
WENDOVER 48, PINNACLE 25: Nancy DeSantiago was solid for Wendover as she scored a game-high 17 points to lead her team to victory. Raycee Birch led Pinnacle with 11 points, including one 3-pointer.
ESCALANTE 41, SAN JUAN 35: Escalante suffocated San Juan defensively in the first half, holding the Broncos to six points in the opening two quarters, to pick up the big road win. Lindsey Phillips led all-scorers with 18 points and Tori Lindsay chipped in 12 more.
ST. JOSEPH 51, DUGWAY 16: St. Joseph easily took care of business for the victory over Dugway at the Wendover Tournament.
LARAMIE, WYO. 62, UNION 27: Union fell behind early and could never keep up with Laramie, Wyo. in a big loss at the Flaming Gorge Classic in Wyoming.
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