BOYS BASKETBALL

Layton Christian (5-7) at American Leadership (12-3), Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Third ranked ALA will need to win to stay ahead in region race.

Roy (8-5) at Bountiful (9-4), Wednesday, 7 p.m.: If the Royals win, it could make a mess of Region 5 race.

Murray (9-4) at Olympus (6-7), Friday, 7 p.m.: Spartans and Titans are tied in region race and should be a thriller.

W. Jordan (11-3) at Bingham (10-4), Friday, 7 p.m.: Both undefeated in region race, and rivalry should make it an emotional contest.

Springville (8-5) at Provo (11-3), Friday, 7 p.m.: Bulldogs are undefeated in region race, and capable Red Devils have nothing to lose against No. 1.

San Juan (13-2) at S. Sevier (12-3), Friday, 7 p.m.: Broncos are No. 5, while Rams are No. 1 and still fighting for region dominance as well.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wasatch (14-0) at Morgan (13-2), Tuesday, 7 p.m.: This non-region contest features two of 3A's best programs.

Carbon (11-4) at Delta (4-9), Thursday, 7 p.m.: A win by the Rabbits could tie region race; a Dino victory could separate them from the pack.

Rich (12-1) at Mtn. View (8-6), Thursday, 7 p.m.: The Rebels travel to Orem to prove they can play with the bigger schools.

Sky View (13-2) at Box Elder (14-1), Thursday, 5:15 p.m.: The Bobcats have the best chance of ruining the Bees' perfect region record.

Timpanogos (7-8) at Spanish Fork (5-10), Friday, 5:15 p.m.: Huge contest for region seeding as a Dons' win would put them in second place.

Springville (9-1) at Provo (10-4), Friday, 5: 15 p.m.: The Bulldogs will be looking for revenge, while the Red Devils hope to stay unbeaten in region.

Fremont (10-3) at Layton (7-6), Friday, 5:30 p.m.: The Lancers are capable of giving Silver Wolves their first region loss.