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High school basketball: Wednesday's roundup

Published: Saturday, Aug. 29 2015 3:10 p.m. MDT

Highland plays East High School in boys varsity basketball at East High in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. Highland won. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Highland plays East High School in boys varsity basketball at East High in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. Highland won. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News)

Boys basketball

REGION 5

LOGAN 74, BONNEVILLE 72 (2OT): After two overtimes, Taylor Compton who finished with 20 points, hit the game-winning shot for Logan to secure the win over Bonneville. In the loss, Mason Rich had a double-double with 26 points and 19 rebounds.

ROY 71, SKY VIEW 67: Brekkott Chapman paced Roy with 28 points, and Jaden Jackson added 10 points with a few key baskets down the final stretch to help the Royals to another region win.

MOUNTAIN CREST 55, BOX ELDER 40: Mountain Crest improved to 5-0 in region play, with help from Tyler Crosbie and his 24 points in the Mustangs' one-sided victory.

REGION 9

SNOW CANYON 70, PINE VIEW 58: Nate Gottfredson managed to score 23 points for Snow Canyon, who bested Pine View in the final three quarters of play to earn the region victory.

CEDAR 51, DIXIE 43: Dustin Staggs finished with a game high 18 points, and also grabbed eight rebounds to lead Cedar past Dixie in region play.

DESERT HILLS 40, HURRICANE 31: Ty Rutledge nearly had a double-double for Desert Hills, finishing with 13 points and seven rebounds to lead the Thunder past visiting Hurricane.

REGION 11

BEAR RIVER 56, GRANTSVILLE 29: Wade Miller scored a game high 20 points, as Bear River held visiting Grantsville to single-digit scoring in all four quarters to pick up a lopsided region win.

MORGAN 89, TOOELE 60: Morgan steadily increased its lead and picked up the big road win over Tooele. Jake Miles led the Trojans with 26 points including six treys while the Buffaloes' Justin Pollmann scored a game-high 28 points.

OGDEN 63, STANSBURY 55: The Tigers led 16-6 after the first quarter as Spencer Smith led four Ogden players in double figures with 15 points.

REGION 12

SPANISH FORK 62, CARBON 54: In the Spanish Fork win over Carbon, Hayes Hall led all scorers with 23 points. In the loss, Bryce Blackburn led the Dinos with 18 points.

PAYSON 65, NORTH SANPETE 46: Daniel Reno scored a game high 21 points, and Payson took control of the game with a 20-8 third quarter run that left North Sanpete in the dust.

DELTA 54, JUAB 47: The second quarter was key for Delta in its win, as it outscored Juab 20-4. Jordan Smith led the Rabbits with 12 points and one trey.

REGION 13

PAROWAN 77, MILLARD 55: Parowan crashed the boards to pick up the big road win in region play. Justin Hulet led the Rams with 23 points, while three of his teammates also reached double figures.

BEAVER 42, KANAB 39: Beaver outscored the visiting squad 12-6 in the third quarter, which proved to be the difference, as it edged out Kanab. Payson Fails scored nine points for the Beavers and hit three 3-pointers.

REGION 14

NORTH SUMMIT 66, MAESER PREP 41: With an 11-point lead going into the fourth quarter, North Summit finished strong by outscoring visiting Maeser Prep 19-5 in the final period. Josh Birk led the Braves with 15 points including two treys.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 81, ROWLAND HALL 51: Tyler Farris led Summit Academy in its victory, as he scored 21 points and hit six shots from behind the arc. The Bears made 12 3-pointers as a team as they mauled the Winged Lion.

SOUTH SUMMIT 66, WATERFORD 29: South Summit dominated Waterford from start to finish thanks to Brad and Cole Richins who scored 17 and 11 points, respectively.

REGION 16

MANTI 60, NORTH SEVIER 56: In a back-and-forth contest, Manti eked out a win against North Sevier despite trailing by two at the half. Dakota Shepherd was solid for the Wolves, as he scored 24 points and hit two 3-pointers.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 50, MERIT ACADEMY 43: American Leadership closed on an 18-8 run to propel them past Merit Academy. McKay Bowman finished with 17 points for the Eagles.

WASATCH ACADEMY 51, GUNNISON 42: Cody John and Koby McEwen combined for 28 points, and Wasatch Academy improved to 7-0 in region play with the nine-point victory.

REGION 17

ST. JOSEPH 45, LEGACY PREP 33: David Donlevy and Nick Gruet combined for 31 St. Joseph points, and the visiting team held Legacy Prep to just 10 points in the final half of the region contest.

WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 57, CONCORDIA PREP 17: West Ridge outscored the home team 22-2 in the first quarter and coasted from there. The Eagles were led by Austin Schilling who scored 13 points and hit one 3-pointer.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 102, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 61: Duce Namazi led the LCA attack with 28 points, and the visitors managed to score 20 or more points in each quarter to reach triple-digits in the region win.

OAKLEY 44, MOUNT VERNON 32: Brennan Kern and Wyatt Kooi combined for 25 points to lead Oakley past Mount Vernon in region play.

REGION 18

TINTIC 71, ROCKWELL 46: McKade Holman went off for 23 points, while Corbin Fitzgerald and Travis Green combined for 33 points in the lopsided Tintic win.

REGION 20

PANGUITCH 75, ESCALANTE 59: Tyce Barney dropped in 27 points, while Dalan Bennett contributed 21 points and 11 rebounds in Panguitch's road victory.

PIUTE 67, WAYNE 63: Piute allowed a second half comeback from Wayne but it was not enough as the T-Birds came up with the victory. Tyler Dalton was nearly unstoppable at home as he scored 28 points and hit five 3-pointers for the T-Birds.

DIAMOND RANCH 83, MILFORD 70: Mac Knop and Keoni Varela combined for 45 Diamond Ranch points, as the visiting team shot lights out all night to pick up the region win over Milford.

BRYCE VALLEY 48, VALLEY 42: Hunter Mecham led a trio of Bryce Valley scorers in double figures with 15 points, as the Mustangs improved to 9-1 in region play with the narrow home victory.

NONREGION

GRAND 78, PINNACLE 65: Grand outscored the home team by eight points in the second quarter to have a 10-point lead and the momentum going into the half. The Red Devils, who were led by Jake Hardy who scored 29 points and hit seven treys, did not look back and picked up the road victory.

Girls basketball

REGION 11

BEAR RIVER 51, BEN LOMOND 36: Three players scored in double figures for Bear River, led by Josie Clark, who scored 12 points.

REGION 13

ENTERPRISE 37, PAROWAN 29: Enterprise built an 11-point lead after three quarters and cruised to victory over visiting Parowan. Taylor Phelps led the Wolves with 12 points.

REGION 14

NORTH SUMMIT 51, MAESER PREP 24: Erica Richins led all scorers with 10 points for North Summit in its win over Maeser Prep.

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