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High school basketball: Thursday's roundup

Published: Monday, Aug. 31 2015 2:26 p.m. MDT

Brighton's Talisha Snyder and Bingham's Sheradyn Parker compete for the ball in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's Talisha Snyder and Bingham's Sheradyn Parker compete for the ball in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

Boys basketball

REGION 13

DELTA 70, MILLARD 62: Delta's Logan Smith (40) and Millard's Jeffrey Robison (33) put on a shooting clinic, but Smith's team ultimately picked up the win. The Rabbits connected on 28 of 39 free-throw attempts.

REGION 17

DUCHESNE 66, TABIONA 53: Duchesne jumped out to an early lead and held on to beat Tabiona on the road.

Girls basketball

REGION 3

BRIGHTON 43, BINGHAM 38: Brighton's Maddy Chin and Sammie Smith scored 20 points collectively to help Brighton edge Bingham at home.

JORDAN 51, WEST JORDAN 49: Brooklyn Neilson scored 14 points while Tabytha Jones added 12 more in the win for Jordan.

Brighton's McCall Christensen drives on Bingham's Holly Sorensen in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's McCall Christensen drives on Bingham's Holly Sorensen in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

REGION 4

AMERICAN FORK 45, WESTLAKE 32: Jenna Shepherd and Taylor Moeaki teamed up for 24 points to propel American Fork past Westlake.

PLEASANT GROVE 49, HERRIMAN 39: The Vikings were led by MeKenna Miles and Lilly Evans, who combined to score 31 points, and Miles hit three 3-pointers.

RIVERTON 51, LONE PEAK 35: After falling behind 15-6 in the first quarter, Riverton outscored Lone Peak 45-20 for the remaining three quarters. Latisha and Shelby Richards combined for 29 points in the win.

REGION 5

BONNEVILLE 49, SKY VIEW 44: Abby Toller and Cortney Porter combined for 25 points as Bonneville held off Sky View with a solid second half.

LOGAN 65, BOX ELDER 62: Megan Mills and Jesse Michel combined for 37 points and 11 3-pointers to help Logan escape Box Elder in overtime. Keslee Stevenson scored 31 points in the loss.

Brighton's Lindsey Johnson controls the ball as Bingham's Marlee Malohi defends in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's Lindsey Johnson controls the ball as Bingham's Marlee Malohi defends in prep action in Sandy Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

MOUNTAIN CREST 58, ROY 45: The Mustangs outscored Roy by 13 points in the third quarter to pull away with the Region 5 win. Katie led Mountain Crest with 20 points and Madison Snow totaled 13 points with three 3-pointers. For Roy, in the loss, Aubrey Porter and Kaitlyn Hurley combined to score 27 points with five 3s.

REGION 9

DESERT HILLS 62, CEDAR 27: Ashley Beckstrand and Blair Bliss scored 16 points each and the Thunder dominated in region action.

SNOW CANYON 57, CANYON VIEW 33: Ashlee Nyborg, Madison Mooring and Nikenna Durante combined for 36 points with five 3-pointers in the win for Snow Canyon.

HURRICANE 62, DIXIE 40: Brooklyn Gubler and London Steglich scored 17 points apiece and Sela Filo added 14 points in the Hurricane win.

REGION 11

BEAR RIVER 57, GRANTSVILLE 13: Alyssa Park netted a game-high 19 points with three 3-pointers in the win for Bear River.

REGION 12

NORTH SANPETE 47, PAYSON 37: Taylor Gordon finished with 18 points and eight rebounds and Lindee Christensen scored 12 points in the North Sanpete win. Ashley Nuttall added 10 rebounds.

JUAB 54, RICHFIELD 53: McCall Sperry hit a running jumper with 2.6 seconds left to lift the Wasps and give Richfield its first loss in region play. Sperry finished with five points while Ally Nelson and Hailey Wright scored 19 and 10 points, respectively. For the Wildcats, in the loss, Aspen Shumway recorded a game-high 21 points.

REGION 13

ENTERPRISE 56, PAROWAN 31: Riley Lyman and Josie Mitchell scored 10 points apiece, and the Wolves piled on the points along with excellent defense in the first and third quarters.

MILLARD 41, BEAVER 26: Denise Crabb and Shantel Kesler scored 13 points apiece to push Millard past Beaver.

DELTA 60, KANAB 37: Ciara Edwards and Sidney Springer each netted 17 points to propel Delta past Kanab on the road.

REGION 14

ROWLAND HALL 49, MERIT ACADEMY 13: Jessica Sterrett was the only player to reach double figures, leading the Winged Lion with 15 points and a 3-pointers.

REGION 15

EMERY 53, WASATCH ACADEMY 21: Emery had 10 players contribute offensively including Ashlynn Allred, who scored a game-high 14 points with one trey in the win.

REGION 16

NORTH SUMMIT 67, SUMMIT ACADEMY 59: Summit Academy cut the Braves' lead to three points late in the fourth quarter, but could not overcome the deficit. Kasidee Evans scored a game-best 23 points in a game with 71 combined free throws.

GUNNISON 41, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 24: Braylie Peterson and Madee Christenson combined for 25 points in the win for Gunnison.

SOUTH SUMMIT 50, MANTI 28: Alisha Lewis led the Wildcats with 20 points, Jamie McNeil added 11, and South Summit tripled the Templars' first quarter scoring output to jump out to an early lead.

REGION 18

ST. JOSEPH 63, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 13: Mady White and Liz Tomon combined for 28 points in the win for St. Joseph.

WENDOVER 43, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 23: The Wildcats jumped out to a strong start, and then rolled through the second half.

TINTIC 43, DUGWAY 15: Alix Walker and Bailey Wall teamed up for 23 points and Tintic clamped down defensively to pick up the win against Dugway.

REGION 20

PANGUITCH 65, WAYNE 47: Whittni Orton, Chesney Campbell, Taylor Bennett and Darri Frandsen scored all but one point for Panguitch to preserve the perfect season against Wayne.

MILFORD 69, PIUTE 65: Chandler Rose, Jaycee Denny and Baylee and Kennedy Netto all eclipsed the double figure plateau in the Milford win.

NONREGION

MANILA 41, GREEN RIVER, WYO. 25: Rebecca Collett scored a team-high 13 points in the home victory for Manila.

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