Timpview turned the tables on No. 1 and league-leading Provo in a Region 4 prep basketball rematch at the BYU Marriott Center, as the fourth-ranked T-birds upset the top-ranked Bulldogs 58-54 Friday night.
In beating the 'Dogs, the T-birds ended the state's longest current winning streak, with Provo having won its past 15 games. Provo had beaten Timpview at the same site a couple weeks ago by seven points after the T-birds had started the season with a 14-0 mark.Richard Jackson scored 15 points to lead Timpview to its third straight triumph, with the T-birds now 6-2 in the league and 17-2 overall. Provo, which had a 21-point outing from Terence Saluone, dropped to marks of 7-1 and 16-2.
Included are region and overall records for the teams.
Viewmont 61, Roy 53: The fifth-ranked Vikings overturned a 32-30 halftime deficit by outscoring the Royals 19-8 in the third quarter. Brad Bodily scored 19 points for Viewmont (7-1, 13-3), while Nate Miconi and Trent Masnfield shared team-high honors with 12 apiece for Roy (2-7, 3-14).
Weber 84;, Layton 69: Chris Andrews scored 33 points - including 15-of-17 from the line as the Wildcats (3-5, 8-8) snapped a four-loss skid. Blaine Smith tallied 21 to lead the Lancers (1-8, 2-15).
Davis 77, Clearfield 53: Brett Barton's 28 points paced the Darts (7-2, 13-4) to their fifth consecutive triumph, whlie Bryan Pollock's 10 points was tops for the Falcons (5-4, 9-8).
Skyline 61, East 57: The Eagles (2-6, 7-8) broke out of a three-loss funk, as Jaron Boone and Jeremy Nevins canned three 3-pointers each and 20 and 15 points, respectively. Josh Creer's 18 paced the Lopards (2-6, 7-10).
Highland 67, Brighton 63: In a battle for third-place honors, Kerry Hicks scored 19 points and Justin Scott 16 for the Rams (5-3, 11-5). Alex Fisher also tallied 19 for the Bengals (4-4, 10-6).
Cyprus 62, West Jordan 59: Cade Osborn's 22 points helped the Pirates (6-4, 9-7) solidify their postseason hopes. Doug Mabey led the Jaguars (6-4, 7-9) with 15 points.
Kearns 60, Granger 58 : Robbie Taft finished with a game-high 19 points - including the game-winning three-pointer from near halfcourt to beat the buzzer - as the Cougars (1-9, 1-14) claimed their first victory of the season. Chris Foote scored 16 as the Lancers (1-9, 1-15) suffered their seventh straight loss.
Hillcrest 67, Bingham 65: The fifth-ranked Huskies solidified their league lead by overcoming 17-8 and 32-24 deficits after the first two quarters and outscoring the Miners 24-15 in the final period. John Owen scored 20 points and Brian Kelley 18 for Hillcrest (9-1, 14-2). Having a six-win streak broken, Bingham (7-3, 9-7) was led by Chad Newman's 20 points.
Woods Cross 64, Judge 56: Jon Wickizer had 16 points and Mike Gurr contributed 14 more as the Wildcats (6-4, 9-7) won their first game in three outings. The Bulldogs (0-10, 2-14) were led by Eric Leyba's 12 points.
Jordan 73, Murray 57: Ty Lombardi finished with three treys and a game-high 16 points as the Beetdiggers (6-4, 7-9) outscored the visitors 29-18 in the middle two periods. Matt Baker's 12 points were high for the Spartans (5-5, 7-10).
Bountiful 76, Granite 55; The fourth-ranked Braves took over sole possession of first place in the league, as Austin Lindsay scored 19 points and John Peterson added 16 for Bountiful (7-3, 8-8). Richard Paul led the Farmers (5-5, 9-7) with 18 points.
West 76, Tooele 73: Outscoring their hosts 27-11 in the final period, the Panthers (5-5, 7-9) moved back into the region race as Chris Stepan's 29 points and Josh Barton's 22 aided West to its fifth win in the past five games. Failing to hold a 47-29 halftime lead at home, Tooele (6-4, 9-7) was led by Todd Warner's 22 points and Marc Lawson's 19.
Carbon 68, Lehi 57: The Dinos (3-5, 3-10) ended a three-game drought and kept slim postseason hopes alive as Rod Jewkes scored five treys and 20 points. The Pioneers (2-6, 4-15) were paced by John Chamberlain's 15 points.
Springville 53, Cedar City 49: Paul Miner scored 15 points to lead the fifth-ranked Red Devils (5-2, 10-7) to their third straight win. Eric Blackner finished with a game-high 18 for the Redmen (0-8, 6-10).
Pine View 68, Spanish Fork 66: Freshman center Ryan Lewis scored 18 points to lead four PV players in double figures as the Panthers (6-2, 10-7) upset the top-ranked Dons. Robbie Reid finished with a team-high 19 points as Spanish Fork (7-1, 15-3) had an eight-win string end.
Rowland Hall 95, Mount Vernon 69: Price Ellington's game-high 21 points included three 3-pointers for the Lions (10-1, 13-2). Marlin Denning's 20 was tops for the Patriots (5-5, 5-6).
ICS 71, S.L. Lutheran 37: The Lions jumped out to a 25-4 lead after the first period, as Neisl Smith Scored 15 points and Jeff DeVries 14 for ICS (7-1, 10-4). Scott Parker had 10 for the Lynx (1-8, 4-10).