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Suffocating defense helps Thunder quell high-powered Soaring Eagle to advance to the semifinals.
Wildcats start with a 7-0 run to take early lead and use a strong third quarter to pull away in the 3A boys state quarterfinals at the Maverik Center.
Injuries have plagued both the Jazz and the Spurs this season, but a healthy Utah squad is looking for its second consecutive win.
The 6-foot-10 Arizona product is excited to play on a young team after spending the first years of his career with the veteran-heavy Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Silver Wolves survived a last-second shot attempt from the Cavemen to win 38-37 and will play in their second straight state championship game.
A 20-2 run late in the third quarter helped the Bobcats remain undefeated and advance to the championship contest at Salt Lake Community College.
For the second game in a row at the 4A state basketball tournament, the Eagles needed Kyla Paulus' contributions from the foul line to get the win.
The undefeated Bobcats got 31 points off turnovers to help them advance to the semifinals at Salt Lake Community College.
While it’s clear a new 2A boys team will cut down the nets Feb. 28 at the Sevier Valley Center, trying to figure out which squad it will be is a somewhat muddy process.
In a tight contest, American Fork did just enough down the stretch to pull away from Copper Hills in the first round of the 5A state girls basketball tournament Monday at Salt Lake Community College.