High school basketball: Tuesday's roundup

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 28 2014 11:35 p.m. MST

Boys basketball


DAVIS 74, SYRACUSE 61: The Darts picked up another win to remain undefeated in region play.

FREMONT 68, NORTHRIDGE 61: Justin Shaw picked up 23 points for the Silver Wolves in the win over Northridge. In the loss, Jrue Perkins led all scorers with 27 points.

VIEWMONT 47, WEBER 44: Aaron Dalton and McKay Johnson each scored 13 points as the Vikings picked up the narrow win over Weber. Carson Bischoff earned 17 points in the loss.


HILLCREST 81, COTTONWOOD 70: Down three at the half, Hillcrest outscored Cottonwood 49-35 in the second half to improve to 2-2 in region play. Cameron Brady scored 21 points in the loss for the Colts.

TAYLORSVILLE 67, GRANGER 62: Remi Prince, Sidney Freeman and Jevin Warren combined for 61 of Taylorsville’s 67 points in the win.

HUNTER 57, WEST 36: Israel Tademy led three Hunter players scoring in double figures with 12 points as Hunter picked up a fourth consecutive region victory with a win over West.


WEST JORDAN 71, BRIGHTON 62: Dallas Winberg and Brent Beales combined for 34 points as the Jaguars edged Brighton in the region victory. In the loss, Brock Miller earned a game-high of 21 points.

ALTA 58, BINGHAM 52: Zach Rollins led the Hawks with 18 points as Alta edged the Miners at home.

COPPER HILLS 67, JORDAN 55: Copper Hills’ Preston Sanchez scored 19 points including one 3-pointer to lead his team to the win. Tanner Monson, of the Beetdiggers, put up a valiant effort with 24 points, including four 3-pointers.


LONE PEAK 82, HERRIMAN 75: TJ Haws and Frank Jackson teamed up for 58 points with seven 3-pointers to propel Lone Peak past Herriman. In the loss, David Maynard chipped in 36 points.

AMERICAN FORK 78, LEHI 58: Spencer Johnson, Ryan Andrus, Brendan Bailey and Tyler Rawson collectively scored 73 of American Fork’s 78 points in the win over Lehi.

PLEASANT GROVE 81, WESTLAKE 69: The Vikings came out strong against the Thunder, averaging nearly 20 points each quarter. Matt Conway, from Pleasant Grove, scored 23 points to be the games top scorer.


WOODS CROSS 64, EAST 57: Luke Jowers score a game-high of 16 points, including three treys, to lead the Wildcats in the win on the road.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 60, CYPRUS 45: Ryan Pauley, of the Bulldogs, scored 18 points including two 3-pointers in the win against the Pirates. Kaden Elliss, also from Judge Memorial, scored 14 points in the road victory.

KEARNS 54, HIGHLAND 52: Kearns rallied from a 15-point deficit to top Highland in a critical region clash as Bushmen Ebet sealed the win with a pair of free throws with 6.1 seconds remaining. Ebet was one of four Kearns players to score in double figures, which helped overshadow 27 points and seven 3-pointers from Highland’s Jake Connor.

BOUNTIFUL 66, CLEARFIELD 35: Zac Seljaas and Sam Merrill combined for 39 points in the comfortable win over Clearfield.


OLYMPUS 59, OREM 45: Alec Monson scored 22 points and knocked down four 3-pointers as visiting Olympus remained perfect in Region 7 by rallying from an early deficit against the Tigers. Jake Lindsey added 14 points for Olympus, which overcame a 28-point, 11-rebound effort from Orem’s Dalton Nixon.

MURRAY 69, CORNER CANYON 57: AJ Hodges led Murray with 20 points, while teammate Ryan Topham added 16 points to help lead the Spartans over visiting Corner Canyon.

SKYLINE 48, MOUNTAIN VIEW 46: Michael Binford hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer as Skyline upset visiting Mountain View to improve to 3-2 in Region 7 and move into a three-way tie for second.


SPRINGVILLE 47, WASATCH 45: The Red Devils picked it up in the second half to come back and edge the Wasps at home. Max Schreiner scored 18 points for Springville. Nathan Dow scored a game-high of 22 points in the loss.

SPANISH FORK 67, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 62: Hayes Hall led the Dons with 21 points in the Region 8 win over Maple Mountain. In the loss, Jaren Hall and Kaden Poulsen each scored 21 points.

TIMPVIEW 60, SALEM HILLS 44: Gavin Baxter led all scorers with 14 points in the road win over Salem Hills.


PARK CITY 70, UINTAH 53: Park City hit 26 of 36 free-throw attempts, and behind Boston VanDerVeur’s 20 points it outlasted Uintah.

MORGAN 76, JUAN DIEGO 60: In a matchup of two of the elite teams in 3A, Morgan jumped out to a commanding 37-20 halftime lead en route to the victory. Garren Miles scored 20 points to pace the Trojans.


WASATCH ACADEMY 48, SOUTH SEVIER 23: Cody John scored 19 points for the Tigers in the win over South Sevier. Wasatch Academy remains undefeated in region play.


SAN JUAN 63, MONTICELLO 61: DiQuan Lopez scored 23 points while Max Morley and Tyrel Pemberton combined for 29 points in the win for San Juan.

Girls basketball


VIEWMONT 57, WEBER 33: Caitlyn Larsen scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Viewmont. The Vikings used a 21-11 run in the third quarter to take command.

DAVIS 56, SYRACUSE 35: Davis opened up the first quarter with a 14-point lead and sailed from that point forward. Sarah Beecher had 14 points for the Darts.

FREMONT 72, NORTHRIDGE 36: The Silver Wolves came out strong on the road against the Knights with productive offensive outputs in every quarter. Amanda Wayment, from Fremont, scored 16 points to lead her team to victory.


COTTONWOOD 44, HILLCREST 26: Cottonwood’s Andrea Brady scored 13 points in the on the road win against the Huskies. Cottonwood gained the lead in the first quarter, and maintained it throughout the entire game.

TAYLORSVILLE 67, GRANGER 53: Kaitlin Toluono scored a game-high 28 points to help lead Taylorsville to the region victory at home.

WEST 49, HUNTER 47: Kelsey Price lifted the Panthers with a layup with 1 second remaining.


BRIGHTON 57, WEST JORDAN 25: The Bengals were led to victory over the Jaguars by Alyssa Hirschi, who scored 14 points. Brighton came out strong in the first quarter to build a 13-point lead, which West Jordan was unable to match.

COPPER HILLS 74, JORDAN 37: Copper Hills jumped out to a 40-11 lead at halftime and never looked back.

ALTA 61, BINGHAM 41: Elsa Ferre led three Alta players in double figures with 19 points, and the Lady Hawks used a 31-14 halftime lead to cruise past Bingham on the road.


LEHI 58, AMERICAN FORK 48: Kaylie Bartholomew scored 26 points as Lehi jumped out to a 14-point halftime lead and never looked back in a critical road region victory over American Fork.

WESTLAKE 60, PLEASANT GROVE 53: Addy Clements and Mackenzie Meyers combined to score 23 points as Westlake eked out the overtime victory over Pleasant Grove.

LONE PEAK 42, HERRIMAN 34: Kelsey McCann scored 23 points with four 3-pointers to push Lone Peak past visiting Herriman.


BONNEVILLE 40, OGDEN 29: Cortney Porter picked up 14 points in the road win over Ogden.

ROY 68, LOGAN 55: Roy finished with a massive fourth quarter, outscoring Logan 28-15, to pick up the win.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 84, CYPRUS 29: Kailie Quinn scored 31 points, including seven treys, to lead Judge Memorial in the Region 6 win over Cyprus. Tori Dyson led the Pirates with 11 points in the loss.

BOUNTIFUL 63, CLEARFIELD 49: Kennedy Redding picked up 26 points in the win over Clearfield. The Braves remain undefeated in region play.

HIGHLAND 51, KEARNS 38: Ma’ata Epenisa, from the Rams, led her team to a victory at home by scoring 21 points. In the loss, Tasha Ika scored 14 points including two 3-pointers.


MURRAY 47, CORNER CANYON 42: The Spartans were victorious on the road against the Chargers with help from the games top-scorer, Baylee Leiter, who finished with 17 points. Shelby Evans, from Corner Canyon, had 14 points, including one 3-pointer.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 37, SKYLINE 29: Behind Gentry Oldham’s 16 points Mountain View handed No. 1 Skyline its first loss of the season in a defensive battle.

OLYMPUS 41, OREM 36: Emily Kenney and Alexis MacArthur combined for 25 points and five 3-pointers as the Titans doubled up the Tigers in the final quarter.


SPRINGVILLE 65, WASATCH 53: Savannah Park was the top scorer for the Red Devils with 24 points, including three 3-pointers. Brooke Wheeler, also from Springville, had 19 points.

SPANISH FORK 67, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 48: Kaylee Bott picked up 21 points, including five treys, to lead Spanish Fork to the Region 8 victory. In the loss, Liz Eaton led all scorers with 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the double-double.

TIMPVIEW 66, SALEM HILLS 53: Lacy Haddock led all scorers with 25 points, while teammate Lyndie Haddock scored 22 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the win over Salem Hills.


CEDAR 44, CANYON VIEW 38: Courtney Morley and Javlyn Weaver combined for 25 points to push Cedar past Canyon View.

HURRICANE 56, PINE VIEW 38: Brooklyn Gubler paced Hurricane with 19 points and eight rebounds to help the home team pick up the region victory.

DESERT HILLS 65, DIXIE 30: Haley Bodnar led Desert Hills with 19 points as the Thunder used a 36-14 lead at the half to cruise past Dixie in region play to improve to 17-1 this season.


MORGAN 67, JUAN DIEGO 53: Breanna Hurlbut and Rashel Blazzard combined for 35 points in the home win over Juan Diego. In the loss, Dominique Mills earned 17 points, including one trey.

PARK CITY 54, UINTAH 53: Sabrina Prior and Madeline Komisar combined for 30 points to help propel Park City to the narrow region win at home. The win marks the Miners first region victory of the season.


STANSBURY 58, GRANTSVILLE 29: Madie Alvey scored 12 points and Shyan Adams added 11 points and three 3-pointers as visiting Stansbury remained unbeaten in region play.

BEAR RIVER 75, BEN LOMOND 23: Kenzi Summers scored a game-high 24 points, as Bear River opened the game on a 21-3 run to bury visiting Ben Lomond.


CARBON 49, PAYSON 39: The Dinos were lead by Shelby Cornforth with 23 points in the on the road win. Lauren Hazelet scored 25 points in the loss.

NORTH SANPETE 54, RICHFIELD 37: Taylor Gordon posted 24 points as the Hawks doubled up the Wildcats in the third quarter.


BEAVER 45, PAROWAN 21: Macail Wood led all scorers with 20 points in the Beaver win over Parowan.

ENTERPRISE 47, DELTA 33: In an all-around well-played game for the Wolves, Josie Mitchell was the top scorer with 13 points including one 3-pointer.

MILLARD 53, KANAB 36: Cheryl Stephenson led all scorers with 27 points, and Millard allowed Kanab to score just seven points in the first half to take the lopsided region win.


SUMMIT ACADEMY 45, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 26: The Bears were led by Alyssa Richards, who scored 16 points in the teams on the road victory. After a low scoring first quarter, Summit Academy put up 17 points in the second quarter to have the lead at halftime, and the win in the end.

GUNNISON 50, MANTI 35: After being tied at halftime, the Bulldogs pulled ahead in the third quarter for the victory. Josie Grajek, from Gunnison, scored 13 points, including one 3-pointer.

NORTH SUMMIT 42, SOUTH SUMMIT 33: After double overtime the Braves were finally able to secure the win over South Summit. Kasidee Evans led North Summit with 13 points in the victory.


ST. JOSEPH 57, WENDOVER 46: Amanda Higgs led all scorers with 17 points, and St. Joseph finished the game strong to pick up a fifth consecutive region victory.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 32, DUGWAY 19: Anna Clement and Audrey Green each scored nine points as ICS managed to hold Dugway to just five points in the first half to take the region win.

TINTIC 57, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 16: Tintic clamped down defensively and Alix Walker chipped in 15 points to pick up the win.




ROCKWELL 44, WASATCH ACADEMY 41: Anga Anquin scored 25 points, including four treys, to lead the Marshals to the narrow win over Wasatch Academy.

GRAND 45, DOVE CREEK, COLO. 41: In this close game, Shailee Croasmun, of the Red Devils, scored three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Grand.

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