High school basketball: Wednesday's boys and girls roundup

Published: Thursday, Jan. 10 2013 9:30 a.m. MST

Here's a recap of the 35 boys and girls basketball games from Wednesday night, which includes a heavy slate of boys basketball in 3A:

Boys basketball


LONE PEAK 70, RIVERTON 40: Eric Mika finished with 15 points, along with 18 rebounds to record a double-double in the Lone Peak victory. Nick Emery added 26 points, including four 3-pointers, for the nationally-ranked Knights.


DESERT HILLS 48, PINE VIEW 39: Led by Ty Rutledge, who scored a game-high 22 points, Desert Hills slowly but surely expanded its lead and ultimately earned the win. Pine View's Dallin Milne scored 15 points in the loss.

SNOW CANYON 55, HURRICANE 34: Nate Gottfredson and Chandler Gines scored 19 points and 16 points respectively to lead Snow Canyon to the victory over Hurricane.

DIXIE 68, CANYON VIEW 56: Jordan Hall scored 17 points and Blake Barney chipped in with 13 as Dixie jumped out to a 38-20 halftime lead en route to the lopsided road victory over Canyon View.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 58, WASATCH 45: Ryan Pauley and Patrick Neville scored 20 points and 17 points respectively as Judge jumped out to a big 21-6 first quarter lead and never looked back in improving to 2-0 in league play with the win over Wasatch.


BEN LOMOND 47, GRANTSVILLE 39: Ben Lomond held Grantsville scoreless in the third quarter which proved to be the key as the Scots picked up the eight-point win. Ben Lomond's Sage Eastburn scored a game-high 15 points while Sterling Brandley scored 14 points.

OGDEN 73, TOOELE 43: Spencer Smith posted 21 points as the Tigers jumped out to a 21-6 lead after the first quarter on its way to the easy victory.

MORGAN 76, BEAR RIVER 75: Jake Miles scored 38 points -- one shy of a career high -- and knocked down 15-of-15 free throws to lead Morgan to an impressive region victory at Bear River. Cameron Skinner added 14 points for the Trojans, who shot 23 of 27 from the line compared to just 4 of 5 for Bear River. Wade Miller led Bear River with 28 points on six 3-pointers.


PAYSON 50, CARBON 45: Daniel Reno poured in 20 points and Kaleb Wright added 15 more as Payson opened region play with a road victory over Carbon.

NORTH SANPETE 54, DELTA 53: Jake Bailey led the winning side with 24 points, as North Sanpete picked up the narrow region victory on the road. Hunter Johnson finished with 20 points for Delta.


PAROWAN 33, BEAVER 30: Tristan Adams buried the game-winning shot as Parowan handed Beaver its first loss of the season.

ENTERPRISE 42, KANAB 40: Enterprise led for most of the night and held off visiting Kanab down the stretch to capture the close win. Justin Prisbey led the Moquis with 17 points and eight rebounds.


ROWLAND HALL 60, MAESER PREP 40: Wesley Austin led all scorers with 20 points, and Rowland Hall held Maeser to just 12 points in the second half for the region win.

NORTH SUMMIT 72, WATERFORD 58: Landon Richins came up with a big double-double as he scored 17 points and grabbed 14 boards to lead North Summit to the victory in the Region 14 opener for both teams.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 61, SOUTH SUMMIT 58: Down five in the fourth quarter, visiting Summit Academy outscored South Summit 17-9 in the fourth quarter to pull away for the region-opening victory. Rashaan Griffin and Bailey McDougal each socred 17 points and hit two treys apiece to lead the Bears.


EMERY 55, RICHFIELD 47: Dillon Wilstead led three Spartans in double figures with 12 points as Emery had a strong fourth quarter in the impressive win over Richfield.


WASATCH ACADEMY 64, NORTH SEVIER 39: Wasatch Academy picked up the road victory thanks in large part to Cody John who scored 20 points and made two 3-pointers.

MANTI 60, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 51: Manti came out hot in the second quarter and never looked back in the win over ALA. The Templars' Jamen McKay scored a game-high 16 points while Joe Hugentobler added 13 more.

GUNNISON 56, MERIT ACADEMY 52: Colby Caldwell had 20 points, including five 3-pointers, to help Gnnison secure the road win over Merit Academy. In the loss, Rodolfo Peralta scored 21 points.


ST. JOSEPH 66, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 50: St. Joseph was nearly unstoppable from behind the arc as it made 12 3-pointers en route to its 16-point victory. David Donlevy led the Jayhawks as he scored 27 points and drained seven treys. Intermountian Christian's Zach Paige scored a game-high 32 points in the loss.

LEGACY PREP 59, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 41: Hunter Harmer scored 16 points, and Legacy Prep held West Ridge leading scorer Joe Giacchetti to just 14 points to pick up the region win.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 94, OAKLEY 24: Colin Greenhill led six players scoring in double figures with 16 points, as LCA skipped past Oakley in the region win on the road.

MOUNT VERNON 50, CONCORDIA PREP 16: Paul Yi scored a game-high 16 points, and Mount Vernon picked up its first win of the season with a road victory. Bom In and Joseph Lin combined for 28 points in the win.


PINNACLE 79, GREEN RIVER 76: Pinnacle earned the close road victory over Green River thanks to a very balanced scoring attack. Five players scored in double digits led by Dalton Rudman who scored 21 points and drained five 3-pointers.


PLEASANT GROVE 68, HUNTER 60: Riley Court scored 21 points as Pleasant Grove pulled away from Hunter in the third quarter for the nonregion victory. Matt Conway added 11 points for the Vikings.

Girls basketball


ROY 73, BOX ELDER 56: Roy dominated the first half of the region matchup, as Kaitlyn Hurley and Aubrey Porter combined for 33 points to help the Royals snag its first region win of the season.

SKY VIEW 61, MOUNTAIN CREST 41: Sky View, which is ranked third in 4A, earned the 20-point road victory as it traveled to Mountian Crest. Three players scored in double figures for the Bobcats led by Lindsey Jensen who scored 13 points.

BONNEVILLE 55, LOGAN 35: Cortney Porter recorded a 13-point, 11-rebound double-double to lead No. 2 Bonneville to a 20-point win. Emilie Volk scored 18 points to lead the Lakers.


GREEN RIVER 57, PINNACLE 21: Michaela Hughes led all scorers with 17 points, and Green River held Pinnacle to just eight points in the first half to earn the region win at home.


PANGUITCH 59, MILFORD 58: In an overtime thriller, Panguitch edged Milford thanks to clutch free-throw shooting. Darri Frandsen had a great outing for Panguitch as she recorded the 18-point, 13-rebound double-double, while Whittni Orton scored nine points and added 10 assists.

WAYNE 46, VALLEY 41: With the score even at 30-30 going into the fourth quarter, Wayne was clutch down the stretch and came up with the narrow victory. Maggie and Hannah Ellett carried Wayne as they scored 16 and 12 points, respectively.

PIUTE 71, ESCALANTE 55: Lindsey Phillips led Escalante with 29 points, but Piute answered with five players scoring in double figures. Whitney Wood netted 15 points points in the T-Birds region victory.


DUCHESNE 53, ALTAMONT 27: Duchesne outscored Altamont by 15 in the first quarter and never looked back as it improved to 2-0 in league play.


WENDOVER 42, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 33: Nancy DeSantiago scored 17 points as Wendover picked up the nonregion victory over West Wendover.

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