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High school basketball: Thursday's roundup

Published: Friday, Dec. 20 2013 7:36 a.m. MST

Boys basketball

NONREGION

WEST JORDAN 52, COTTONWOOD 47: Malique McCoy led all players with 17 points and three 3-pointers as West Jordan used a big third quarter to edge the Colts. Cameron Brady had 15 points and three 3s for Cottonwood in the loss.

BRIGHTON 59, WEBER 57: Osa Masina scored 14 points while Eric Bennion and Chandler Gee combined for 23 more points in the narrow Brighton win.

DAVIS 63, ROY 62: Abel Porter led the Darts with 25 points as Davis won despite being outscored 26-9 in the fourth quarter.

ELKO, NEV. 50, LOGAN 47: Logan fell for the first time this season against an undefeated Elko, Nevada team.

OREM 75, CORONADO, NEV. 60: Orem picked up its first win of the season on the opening night of the Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas.

SKY VIEW 65, BEAR RIVER 50: Bryan Dority and Riley Panter had 18 and 14 points, respectively, and combined for six 3-pointers for Sky View. Parker Lewis led the Bears with 18 points in the loss.

SYRACUSE 73, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 55: Braden Hall scored 28 points with four 3-pointers along with five rebounds while Josh Hefel paced the way with seven assists and 12 points in the Syracuse win.

HERRIMAN 63, CANYON VIEW 47: David Maynard scored a game-high 24 points with seven rebounds and five dimes while Alec Johnson and Jake Sutton combined for 20 points in the Herriman win.

UINTAH 64, SHERIDAN, WYO. 54: Hayden Bunderson scored a team-high 17 points and three others reached double digits in a game the Utes controlled from the tip.

RICHFIELD 60, KANAB 36: Richfield lit up the first half, outscoring Kanab 30-15. Jaylon Steck led the way with 20 points with two 3-pointers. Brandon Willardson added 12 also with two 3-pointers.

DESERT HILLS 63, MOUNTAIN CREST 48: Taylor Houston had 14 points and nine rebounds while Quincy Matthews added 11 points and six boards in the Thunder win.

LONE PEAK 70, MODESTO CHRISTIAN, CALIF. 54: T.J. Haws led the Knights with 31 points at the Jerry Tarkanian Classic.

GILLETTE, WYO. 92, UNION 71: Gillette, Wyo., jumped out to an early 21-1 lead and the Cougars could not make up for the slow start. Landen Winn scored 21 points for Union in the loss.

EAST 78, WEST 49: The Leopards pounced on the Panthers in the rivalry game. Mitch Grant had a game-high 28 points. Dacian Spotted Elk added 19 points.

SKYLINE 54, HUNTER 49: Alex Meldrum and Michael Binford combined for 29 points and behind an impressive second-half effort Skyline picked up the win. In the loss Noah Togiai contributed 26 points for Hunter.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 65, NORTH SEVIER 36: Spencer Monroe scored 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Maple Mountain rolled past North Sevier in the opening game of the Red Rock Rumble at Dixie State. Kaden Poulsen chipped in with 10 points for the Golden Eagles.

EL CAMINO, CALIF. 58, BOUNTIFUL 55: The Braves narrowly lost at the Jerry Tarkanian Classic.

PARK CITY 70, WASATCH 54: Park City edged out their rival in the first half to gain momentum and take the win. Bosten VanDerVeur netted 31 points with one trey.

PINE VIEW 58, CORNER CANYON 53: Pine View went on a run late in the forth quarter to take the win. Kody Wilstead scored 19 points and Ryan Koller had 10 points with nine from beyond the arc.

SNOW CANYON 73, VIEWMONT 71: Tanner Sampson propelled Snow Canyon past Viewmont with a game-winner as time expired. He finished with 16 points and four 3s while Nate Gottfredson chipped in a team-high 31 points.

LEHI 78, PAYSON 57: Lehi took a commanding lead out of halftime. Tanner Nygren had a game-high 19 points with one trey. Jake Barnes added 16 with six points from beyond the arc.

HURRICANE 47, MANTI 31

WASATCH ACADEMY 75, SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF. 44: Cody John and Koby McEwen combined for 43 points as Wasatch Academy made its presence felt in the Tarkanian Classic with a dominating victory.

NORTH SUMMIT 80, PINEDALE, WYO. 64: Cameron Smith amassed 32 points and 10 rebounds and three more North Summit players reached double digits as the Braves surged in the road win.

GRAND 80, GREEN RIVER 58: Hunter Stitzer led the Red Devils to victory with 18 points with two 3-pointers. Adam Jenkinson added 15 points with three treys.

RICH 67, EVANSTON, WYO. 46: Four different players reached double digits for Rich, led by 19 points from Skyler Argyle, as the Rebels picked up the tournament victory.

DIXIE 70, SALEM HILLS 55: The Flyers stretched out their lead by hitting 33 of 45 free throws as the SkyHawks used strategic fouling to try to get the ball back. Jake Hawes led Dixie with 15 points and RJ Wilgar added 10 while Blake Agnew led Salem Hills with four 3-pointers.

ALTA 46, SEATTLE PREP, WASH. 38: Zach Rollins posted 17 points and three treys at the Santa Margarita Tournament.

Girls basketball

REGION 20

PANGUITCH 67, WAYNE 52: Chesney Campbell recorded 14 rebounds and Darri Frandsen had 11 boards and four blocks as the Bobcats used a high-scoring second quarter to pull away from Wayne.

BRYCE VALLEY 51, ESCALANTE 9: Nine different players found the score sheet including Taylor Talbort, who chipped in a team-high 10 points, as Bryce Valley closed out Escalante.

PIUTE 57, MILFORD 51: Kierra Gleave totaled 21 points while Whitney Westwood added 14 to lead Piute in the home win. For the Tigers in the loss, Kennedy Netto and Chandler Rose pitched in 14 points each.

NONREGION

SALEM HILLS 55, PAYSON 37: Salem Hills trounced the Lions in a lopsided game. Tiffany Madson threw down 20 points. Jane Nelson added 12 points. Abbie Tuttle finished off the game with eight points with two treys.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 52, MAESER PREP 39: After a tight first quarter, the Bears outscored Maeser Prep by 15 points in the second to pull away with the win. McKenzie Parker and Marissa Hathaway led Summit Academy with 14 and 11 points, respectively.

GUNNISON 37, PAROWAN 22: Kennady Jensen led all scorers with 12 points and the Bulldogs outscored Parowan by 12 in the opening half.

RICH 69, MANILA 33: The Rebels hit nine 3-pointers in their one-sided victory. Baylee Wamsley hit four 3s en route to a game-high 21 points while Cami Lamborn and Kimberly Weston combined for five more treys.

GRANGER 60, BOX ELDER 55: Box Elder's Lexi Barlow hit a game-tying 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded to send the game into overtime, but Granger prevailed behind strong efforts from Kelsie Morandy, Jessica Matheson and Melisa Kadic.

EMERY 40, CARBON 32: Bailey Rasmussen sparked Emery with 13 points and solid defense in the Spartans' low-scoring victory.

WEST 58, CLEARFIELD 52: Miriam Organista scored a game-high 26 points with four 3-pointers to propel the Panthers.

BINGHAM 43, WEBER 33: Sheradyn Parker scored 11 points and Madison Loftus knocked down three 3s in the Miners' win on the road.

MONTICELLO 52, SAN JUAN 36: Zoe Chadwick dropped 30 points as Monticello easily passed San Juan on the road.

PLEASANT GROVE 57, OREM 39: MeKenna Miles and Kadryn Jones combined to score 35 points with 10 3-pointers to power Pleasant Grove on the road. Cylee Tuimaunei had a team-best 19 points for the Tigers in the loss.

SKY VIEW 65, MOUNTAIN VIEW 49: Lindsey Jensen totaled 27 points and knocked down three 3-pointers to propel the Bobcats, who outscored Mountain View by 21 points in the opening half of the nonregion victory.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 66, JUAB 52: Liz Eaton, Kylie Porter and Elzi Nielsen all reached double figure scoring totals to push Maple Mountain past Jaub.

TINTIC 43, ROCKWELL 34: Alix Walker and Ciera Wall totaled 26 points as the Miners pulled away with the win in the fourth quarter. Anga Anquin led Rockwell with 25 of the team's 34 points and hit four 3-pointers.

BEAR RIVER 40, OGDEN 36: Terrell Fridal led the Bears with 11 points while Alyssa Park and Tamika Rodriguez added nine points apiece in the road win.

GILLETTE, WYO. 55, UNION 11: Gillette, Wyo., easily passed the Union Cougars. Megan Kettle scored a solo 3-pointer.

MESQUITE, ARIZ. 69, VIEWMONT 46: Caitlyn Larsen had 21 points, nine rebounds and six assists for the Vikings, who got off to a slow start against Mesquite, Ariz.

MILLARD 46, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 22: Cheryl Stephenson scored 21 points and the Eagles used consistent offensive output across all four quarters to get the lopsided win.

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