LONE PEAK 67, AMERICAN FORK 42: Lone Peak came back from a 10-0 deficit with a 29-4 run.
ALTA 64, JORDAN 50: Jalissa Bagley and Madyson Quigley each drilled three treys and combined for 36 points to help Alta defeat rival Jordan. Patty Daley led the way for the Beetdiggers with 16 points.
WEST JORDAN 59, COPPER HILLS 49: West Jordan used a 16-5 run in the second quarter to squeeze by rival Copper Hills. Kim Evans poured in 16 points and Lejla Hadzialijagic chipped in 11 to lead the Grizzlies.
BRIGHTON 44, COTTONWOOD 41: Despite outscoring Brighton 32-18 in the second half, the Colts fell just short as the Bengals escaped with the win. Maddy Chin scored a team-high 14 points for Brighton, while Nichole Kristensen finished with a game-high 15 points for Cottonwood in the loss.
PLEASANT GROVE 60, LEHI 52: Pleasant Grove jumped out to a 19-6 lead after the first quarter and the Vikings held on to defeat the Pioneers. Megan Wilde's 18 points and MeKenna Miles' four treys led the way for Pleasant Grove.
BINGHAM 49, RIVERTON 39: Bingham started the game with a 10-0 run which proved to be the difference as Bingham earned the 10-point victory. Ashton Henderson scored a game high 18 points with two 3-pointers.
LOGAN 65, BOX ELDER 47: Megan Mills and Serena Herrera combined for seven made 3-pointers and 37 points to give Logan the win over Box Elder. Mitzi Munns led the way for the Bees with 11 points.
SKY VIEW 79, ROY 61: Tara Goldman put together a 24-point 11-rebound double-double to lead Sky View to victory. Teammate Lindsey Jensen added 29 points including five 3-pointers.
BONNEVILLE 62, MOUNTAIN CREST 37: Cortney Porter had an excellent night for Bonneville as she led her team to victory behind her 16-point, 10-assist double-double. The Lakers' Kayla Eilertson scored a game-high 21 points.
CANYON VIEW 51, HURRICANE 47: Canyon View outscored Hurricane in the third quarter to secure the victory. Josie Platt scored a game high 18 points for the Falcons. Kenzie Evans and Tayzha Blackner combined for 22.
DESERT HILLS 67, PINE VIEW 30: Thanks to a fairly balanced scoring attack, Desert Hills easily picked up the road victory over Pine View. Three players scored in double-figures for the Thunder led by Blair Bliss who scored 15 points.
SNOW CANYON 60, CEDAR 51: Snow Canyon was carried by the duo of Amy Harris and Grace Walton as it captured the win. Harris almost recorded a triple-double as she scored 23 points and added 11 boards and eight dimes while Walton added her own double-double as she scored 10 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
OGDEN 42, BEN LOMOND 34: Ogden's balanced scoring attack helped it narrowly defeat Ben Lomond. Morgan Jones and Amy Ulrich led the attack for the Tigers with nine points apiece.
MORGAN 76, GRANTSVILLE 20: Morgan was able to clear the bench as it easily defeated Grantsville. 15 different players scored for the Trojans led by Shaylie Duncan who scored nine points.
CARBON 56, NORTH SANPETE 41: Carbon's dominant second half helped the Dinos get the road victory over North Sanpete. Shelby Cornforth scored a team-high 17 points and Katie Basinger chipped in 10 to fuel Carbon. Despite the loss, Taylor Gordon scored a game-high 20 points for the Hawks.
DELTA 47, SPANISH FORK 43: Led by Angela Burton who scored 18 points and drained four treys, Delta eked out Spanish Fork to stay undefeated in region play. The Dons made eight 3-pointers as a team but it was not enough to get past the Rabbits.
KANAB 50, PAROWAN 37: Shaylee McDonald hit four shots from behind the arc en route to 18 points as she led Kanab to victory. Teammate Whitney Houston added 16 points and hit two treys.
ENTERPRISE 67, MILLARD 38: Enterprise dominated Millard on the road thanks to solid outings from Dakota Robinson and Riley Lyman, who scored 19 and 14 points, respectively.
WATERFORD 34, MAESER PREP 26: Waterford picked up the road victory thanks in large part to Caitlin Shreeve and Melissa Biscupovich who scored 16 and 11 points, respectively.
NORTH SUMMIT 59, SUMMIT ACADEMY 21: Kasidee Evans and Susie Stephens combined for 35 points as North Summit cruised to victory over Summit Academy. McKell Richins recorded a double-double for the Braves as she scored 10 points and grabbed an astounding 17 rebounds.
RICHFIELD 51, SOUTH SEVIER 24: Richfield's swarming defense held South Sevier to just seven points in the first half and the Wildcats were able to hold on to get the road win over the Rams. Richfield's Megan Bean led all scorers with 15 points.
SAN JUAN 52, GRAND 23: San Juan sank 19 of its 25 attempts from the charity stripe to help the Broncos outlast the Red Devils. Tyla Morris poured in a game-high 18 points while Sam Giddings contributed 12 to fuel San Juan.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 50, NORTH SEVIER 40: Dalila Rodriguez torched the nets for 26 points while also securing seven boards, and Mauri Staheli added 13 to help lift American Leadership over North Sevier. Devyn Sorensen led the way for the Wolves with 21 points.
WASATCH ACADEMY 39, MERIT ACADEMY 16: Wasatch Academy earned its first win of the season behind its well-balanced scoring attack. Eleanor Thorpe scored a game-high 12 points while Bruna Toto contributed 11 to lead the way for the Tigers.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 47, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 34: The three-pronged attack of Alissa Atisme, Teneshia Davison and Shayla Simpson accounted for all 47 of Layton Christian's points as it picked up the road victory. Atisme led the group with 19 points including four 3-pointers.
WENDOVER 45, DUGWAY 35: Wendover's strong first half helped the Wildcats grind out the victory over Dugway. Erika Maldonado scored a team-high 15 points while Nancy DeSantiago chipped in 10 to fuel Wendover.
VALLEY 52, ESCALANTE 51: Nicole Roundy drilled two baskets in the final minute to help Valley earn its first region win of the season by defeating Escalante. Kyra Milligan sank three treys and led the Buffaloes with 16 points, while Lindsey Phillips scored a game-high 23 points for Escalante.
WAYNE 57, MILFORD 43: Maggie Ellett and Hannah Ellett combined for 31 points to lead the Badgers.
PIUTE 58, BRYCE VALLEY 46: Piute sank 19 of its 22 free-throw attempts to solidify the win for the T-Birds. Kierra Gleave and Tori Gass led the way for Piute, tallying 16 and 15 points, respectively.
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