Boys basketball


COTTONWOOD 52, TAYLORSVILLE 46: Taylorsville, despite making 11-of-15 free throws, could not hold on to beat Cottonwood. Steven Haglund led Cottonwood with 13 points.

JORDAN 81, HILLCREST 75: Ryan Nemelka for Jordan and Austin Adams for Hillcrest torched the nets for a combined 69 points and eight 3-pointers in a double overtime win for Jordan. Nemelka nailed a 3-pointer late in regulation to tie the game as Adams' 35 points and Nemelka's 34 got Jordan the victory.

KANAB 69, EL CAPITAN, ARIZ. 55: Kanab used a strong second quarter to seize control of the game. Brandon Jenson led four Kanab players in double figures with 18 points.

ALTA 47, HIGHLAND 40: Alta's Zack Zdunich scoring 10 points was the high scorer tonight to send the Hawks soaring over the Rams. Both Jarett Anderson and Dub Price added nine points each.

WOODS CROSS 54, WEST 45: Woods Cross' Brady Cowley could not be stopped at the 3-point line, hitting four treys and scoring 16 total points in the victory over West. Sean Barton added 11 points with a trey.

MURRAY 56, JUDGE MEMORIAL 46: Murray opened the game with a 16-5 first-quarter run, leaving Judge with a deep hole to overcome. Orhan Agovic led all scorers with 16 points for the Spartans.

BOX ELDER 57, CLEARFIELD 35: Box Elder opened up with a 26-13 first-half lead, and followed that up with a 21-9 third-quarter run to down Clearfield. Kolby Quayle and Shad Watson combined for 27 points, including five 3-pointers.

SPANISH FORK 64, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 38: Clay Banks led all scorers with 16 points, and Spanish Fork dominated the game defensively to pick up the lopsided win at home. Hayden Nielsen and Kayden Porter each had 12 points for the Dons.

SKYLINE 69, WASATCH 65: Skyline nudged their way to the win in a hard-fought overtime. Garrett England wowed the crowd with 24 points, including three from downtown.

ROY 45, NORTHRIDGE 35: Northridge staged a comeback to tie the game after three quarters but it ran out of gas as Roy went on a 17-7 run to close the game. Brekkott Chapman led Roy with 21 points.

OLYMPUS 66, DAVIS 65: Will Cannon scored 15 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter as Olympus staged a furious comeback to get the victory over Davis.

SPRINGVILLE 50, WESTLAKE 49: Springville's hard work and determination led to the single-point victory over West Lake. Bradley Kitchen led the way for the Red Devils with 16 points including four 3-pointers. Nathan Israelsen added 13 points including a triple.

BOUNTIFUL 76, LAYTON 61: Bountiful's teamwork was key to the 15-point victory over Layton with four players scoring in double figures. Brit Harding led with 19 points, Dain Murdock added 15 and both Tommy Lalli and Zach Seljaas each with 10 points.

BRIGHTON 52, MOUNTAIN VIEW 39: Travis Devashrayee netted 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Brighton managed to finish strong to earn the win. Brandon Miller scored 16 points, and the Bengals shot 11-for-14 from the free-throw line.

FREMONT 51, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 30: Fremont outscored Layton Christian 28-11 in the first half. Layton Christian came out swinging after halftime but ran out of juice in the fourth quarter. Brock Smith scored a game-high 23 points. Hayden Spencer added 8 points including two treys.

EAST 58, HERRIMAN 47: East's fantastic 11-point victory was led by Parker Van Dyke, who scored a game-high 27 points, including a trey and 21 of his points came in the second half. John Fakahafua and Arik Mawien added a combined 18 points.

COPPER HILLS 63, DELTA 50: Copper Hills' Dylan Carter could not be stopped in the victory over Delta, scoring 18 points with four treys. Cameron Sanchez added an impressive 13 points.

Girls basketball


SPRINGVILLE 48, MOUNTAIN VIEW 40: Springville took advantage of the early lead to pick up the road victory. Hannah Packard and Savannah Park combined for 26 points in the Red Devils' win.

SALEM HILLS 40, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 38: Lyssa Hanks went off for 20 points and 12 rebounds to record the double-double in Salem Hills' narrow victory. The SkyHawks managed to hold off a 14-6 Maple Mountain run in the fourth quarter to preserve the win.

TIMPANOGOS 60, OREM 47: Jamaica Christensen started on fire scoring 10 of her 19 points in the first quarter allowing Timpanogos to keep pace with Orem. The Timberwolves would take control in the second quarter to earn a road victory.

TIMPVIEW 58, PROVO 32: Timpview, behind 16 points from Lauryn Dela Cruz, proved to be too much for Provo.


DESERT HILLS 55, DIXIE 32: Desert Hills took a 18-1 third-quarter run to Dixie, who couldn't answer in the region loss. Blair Bliss and Haley Bodnar combined for 22 Thunder points.

SNOW CANYON 68, PINE VIEW 37: Amy Harris had 16 points, with 10 assists and eight rebounds to help Snow Canyon to the lopsided win. Autumn Shipp and Megan Leavitt each scored 12 points for the Warriors.

CEDAR 45, CANYON VIEW 39: After a wild game in regulation, Cedar were able to shutdown visiting Canyon View 6-0 in extra time. Tara Shipp led Cedar with 10 points in the region win.


PIUTE 54, VALLEY 45: Chelsie Sylvester netted 19 points for Piute, and the home team used a 15-8 first quarter advantage to pull off the region victory.

BRYCE VALLEY 50, PANGUITCH 48: Panguitch's Natashia Barney scored a 3-pointer with six seconds remaining to send the game to overtime. In the end of double overtime Bryce Valley came out on top. Whitni Syrett led the way for the Mustangs with 22 points while Shelby Cornforth added 13 points, including a trey.

MILFORD 34, ESCALANTE 22: Kennedy Netto scored a game-high 17 points, and Milford dominated both sides of the ball to pick up the region win on the road.


MAESER PREP 39, TINTIC 30: Chelsea Davis scored a game-high 17 points, and Maeser Prep used a 13-5 second-quarter run to down visiting Tintic.

LAYTON 44, COPPER HILLS 39: Layton started the fourth quarter with a six point lead, and were able to fend off Copper Hills on the road to remain undefeated. Amber Daly netted 13 points and the Lancers were 16-for-20 from the free throw line.

OLYMPUS 48, COTTONWOOD 35: Olympus, behind 18 points from Jennifer Nichols, made 13-of-18 free throws on its way to victory.

EAST 66, PARK CITY 49: East hit the ground running with a powerful first quarter and kept rolling throughout. Madison Roemer shined on the court with 21 points while Ata Utuone had 12.

BONNEVILLE 55, BOUNTIFUL 44: McKinlee Westmoreland led a great team effort for Bonneville by recording a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds, and also had six steals.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 54, SPANISH FORK 49: Mckenna Andersen and Mauriana Staheli led American Leadership over Spanish Fork in a neck-and-neck game with 17 points apiece.

RICHFIELD 54, KANAB 43: Richfield went on a 25-8 run in the third quarter to seize control of a close game. Sloane Roundy led three Richfield players in double figures with 13 points.

STANSBURY 52, EMERY 37: Stansbury outscored Emery 17-9 in the first quarter, providing little chance of a comback. Erika Alvey and Kendal Levine combined for 32 points, including three 3-pointers.

SYRACUSE 73, PLEASANT GROVE 28: Syracuse sailed through the game with constant double-digit quarters and minimal objection from Pleasant Grove. Makenlee Williams led the team with 19 points while Brittney Martin netted 16.

WEST JORDAN 39, PAYSON 28: West Jordan's explosive fourth quarter led to the 11-point victory over Payson. Kim Evans led the way for the Jaguars with eight points. Lejla Hadzialijagic and Rachel Peterson combined for 14 points.

BEN LOMOND 40, BOX ELDER 36: Ben Lomond finished the game with an 8-4 run that proved to be the difference maker. Taylor Hughes led the Scots with 17 points in the victory.

DELTA 57, MILLARD 36: Delta built an early 10-point lead in the first quarter, and were able to cruise to the victory behind 15 points from Kennedy Springer.

ST. JOSEPH 64, JUDGE MEMORIAL 42: Katie Berry carried most of the weight for St. Joseph's win with 24 points, including two from behind the arc. Judge Memorial's rally in the fourth quarter came up short in the loss.

SKYLINE 55, VIEWMONT 39: Skyline's consistency throughout the game was key to the victory over Viewmont. Miquelle Askew had a game-high 29 points for the Eagles. Sydnee Taylor added seven points of her own with seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.

BRIGHTON 46, KEARNS 43: Brighton's outstanding free-throw shooting was key to the victory over Kearns. Maddy Chin led the way for the Bengals with 13 points. Kelcie Douglas added 12 including a triple.

LONE PEAK 64, JORDAN 45: Lone Peak outscored Jordan 16-8 in the second half on its way to the 19-point victory. Cami Simons was on fire, scoring and outstanding 23 points including three 3's. Lauren Lefrandt added 11 points with two 3-pointers.

JUAN DIEGO 49, HERRIMAN 33: Juan Diego, led by 17 points from Monique Mills, scored eight more field-goals than Herriman as it cruised to victory.

CYPRUS 63, HILLCREST 32: Lori Parkinson led the Pirates with a triple-double as Cyprus' defense clamped down on the Huskies, allowing only five points in two different quarters.

NORTH SEVIER 43, SOUTH SEVIER 37: Eight different players were able to notch points for North Sevier, and the Wolves used a 18-6 fourth- quarter run to down visiting South Sevier.

WEBER 61, TAYLORSVILLE 43: Erica Olpin led three Weber players in double figures with 16 points, including two 3-pointers. Shaylee Crowton chipped in 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the lopsided win.

WESTLAKE 65, FREMONT 63: Westlake's determination in the fourth quarter gave them all they needed to beat Fremont by two. Shannon Jenson scored 26 with one three-pointer. Jessica Benson added an exceptional 13 points.