PARK CITY 51, MORGAN 31: Jono Schettler and Britton Buford combined for 39 points to compliment the Miners' great defensive play.
KANAB 61, MAESER PREP 46: Brandon Jenson scorched the nets with four 3-pointers on his way to scoring a game high 29 points.
JUAN DIEGO 50, TOOELE 33: Juan Diego hasn't missed a beat over the holiday break as it picked up a lopsided win on the road. Brain Curran led the winning effort with 15 points.
DAVIS 51, JUDGE MEMORIAL 47: Tyson Denney opened the overtime period by hitting three straight free throws, and the Darts did not look back. Abel Porter also played a big part in the victory with 13 points.
BONNEVILLE 62, LAYTON 57: Bonneville earned the narrow victory with Quinton Larson leading the way. Larson earned 17 points while teammate Beck Hutchins picked up 15 in the win.
MILFORD 54, PINNACLE 46: Pinnacle struggled to score in the second quarter and Milford hung on for the win with four players scoring in double figures. Daniel Hardy led Milford with 14 points.
SPANISH FORK 59, HUNTER 47: Spanish Fork dominated in the fourth quarter and went home with the victory. Clay Banks was at the forefront of the Dons' offense with an impressive 33 points in the win. Elliott Naula had a big night as well with four 3-pointers and 19 points.
HILLCREST 60, TAYLORSVILLE 50: Ben Katzenback was the ignition in Hillcrest's high-powered attack with two 3-pointers and 18 total points. Tanner Dastrup wasn't far behind with 15 points in the win.
LONE PEAK 65, ST. AUGUSTINE, LA. 54: Nick Emery continued his hot shooting in South Carolina as he knocked down five 3-pointers and finished with 13 points to lead the Knights past St. Augustine, La. Lone Peak led 30-18 at the half and coasted the rest of the way.
SUNRISE MTN, NEV. 68, PAROWAN 66: Sunrise Mountain got a steal and made two free-throws to capture a close win. Caylor Mathews led four Parowan players in double figures with 14 points.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 54, KEARNS 53: The Cougars had three opportunities near the end, but were unable to score. Mountain View walked away with the narrow victory, led by Kalin Curran's 18 points.
TABIONA 77, ESCALANTE 74: Demont Nay put up an impressive 29 points on three 3-pointers in the Tabiona victory. Kason Durfey led Escalante with 20 points.
CANYON VIEW 53, GRANTSVILLE 36: Chad Corry came up big for Canyon View with 24 points in the victory, while teammate Kameron King added 13. Devin Adams hit two 3-pointers and earned 17 total points for Grantsville in the loss.
UNION 60, SOUTH SUMMIT 50: Jono Wood snagged 22 points for Union in hard-fought victory. South Summit was led by Bonner Mitchell's 22 points.
BRIGHTON 61, CENTURY, N.D. 46: Derek Devashrayee dropped a game high 22 points, and the Bengals used a solid third quarter to pick up the win.
WAYNE 52, GREEN RIVER 47: Drayston Nelson poured in 15 points and recored five steals to Help lift Wayne over the Pirates. Zack Taylor scored 13 of his own while pulling down 19 rebounds.
CEDAR 68, STANSBURY 50: Cedar had four players in double figures as they defeated Stansbury. Kyler Nielsen led all scoring with 20 points in the win.
ENTERPRISE 54, ALTAMONT 27: Despite a fourth-quarter Altamont surge, Enterprise walked away with the large margin victory. Brett Schill led with 14 points.
SOUTH SEVIER 75, LIAHONA 59: Race Parsons led South Sevier with 24 points in the victory. Kaden King had an explosive night as well, sinking seven 3-pointers and finishing with 23 total points in the win. Liahona put up a valiant fight, led by Weston Meacham with five 3-pointers and 28 total points in the loss.
MORGAN 51, UINTAH 16: Morgan's stifling defense held Uintah to just 4 first-half points and 16 overall. Rashel Blazzard picked up 14 points in the victory, while teammates McKenzie Schenk and Kelsey Henry combined for an additional 23 points.
BOUNTIFUL 61, GRANGER 42: Taylor Boroson led Bountiful to victory with two 3-pointers and 14 points in the win. Teammates Abby Wilson and Kennedy Merrick each had 11 for the Braves.
BONNEVILLE 55, BEN LOMOND 22: Bonneville picked up an easy victory on the road behind Kayla Eilertson's 22 points, which included five 3-point shots.
OGDEN 39, ST. JOSEPH 31: Ogden was able to make key free throws down the stretch to pick up the victory. Morgan Jones led all scoring with 16 points in the win.
SOUTH SUMMIT 59, MILLARD 56: South Summit earned the narrow overtime victory over Millard with a well-distributed scoring effort. BreeAnn Buckner led the Wildcats with 10 points, while Hailey Hardman, Alisha Lewis, and Abby Peterson each had nine.
BOX ELDER 53, BEAR RIVER 49: Bear River was within a point late in the game but Box Elder preserved the victory with strong shooting from the foul line. Harley Earl led the Bees with 17 points.
DELTA 52, HERRIMAN 48: TaNeil Clayton dished out a team-high 14 points in the Delta victory. Alexis Roberts led Herriman, going 5-5 from the 3-point line and finishing with 23 total points.
DUCHESNE 44, SAN JUAN 40: Baylee Thompson came out blazing for Duchesne, hitting three 3-pointers and finishing with 20 total points in the win.
RIVERTON 50, JUAN DIEGO 31: Riverton had a strong first half, outscoring Juan Diego 29-10. The deficit was too much and the Silverwolves walked away with the large margin victory. Morganne Campbell led Riverton in scoring with 13 points. Whitney Saunders and Jamie Smith combined for an additional 22 points. Lancee Whetman tore it up for Juan Diego with 15 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.
KANAB 45, HURRICANE 28: Calli Jackson led Kanab in scoring with 12 points. Kanab's defense held Hurricane to single digit quarters throughout, and Whitney Houston and Shaylee McDonald combined for an additional 19 points in the win.
PROVO 39, CLEARFIELD 37: Allison Barnes led Provo in the narrow victory with 10 points. Clearfield put up a valiant fight, led by Jaquoya Walton with 12 points.
NORTH SEVIER 45, NORTH SUMMIT 38: North Sevier topped North Summit behind 20 points from Kelsey Barney.
JUAB 38, CANYON VIEW 34: Juab used a nine point lead at half to cruise past Canyon View for a narrow win.
CEDAR 61, GRANTSVILLE 21: Cedar won by a landslide with Jessica Nakken at the forefront of the offense. Nakken dished out two 3-pointers and 12 total points in the win.
HILLCREST 55, JORDAN 45: Hillcrest, led by Robyn Oliphant's double-double, used a strong second half to get by Jordan. Oliphant ended the game with 12 points and 13 rebounds.
PAYSON 43, LEHI 35: Payson grabbed its first victory of the season with a strong performance from the foul line and 11 points from Tess Spencer.
DIXIE 37, PAROWAN 32: Both teams tried to shake off some holiday rust as the Flyers prevailed in a sloppy game. Liz Empey led Dixie with 12 points while Kelsey McCann added 10 of her own.