Boys basketball

REGION 8

TIMPVIEW 72, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 64: Timpview rallied for a 27-11 second quarter run to propel themselves past Maple Mountain in region play. Rickey Shumway led the T-Birds with 15 points, and four other players scored in double digits in the road win.

PROVO 43, MOUNTAIN VIEW 38: Provo's Jonny Flake thrusted the team to victory after a leading 14 points.

TIMPANOGOS 66, SPRINGVILLE 57: Timpanogos opened the game with a 40-point first quarter, and followed that up with zero points in the second quarter in the region victory. Cameron Bailey netted 19 points, while Tyler Hamilton scored 17 points with four 3-pointers.

OREM 66, SALEM HILLS 55: Orem used a 16-point lead at the half to cruise ahead for its second consecutive region win. Dalton Nixon finished with 23 points and had five 3-pointers on the night for the Tigers.

REGION 12

PAYSON 81, CARBON 59: Tanner Newbold led four Payson players in double figures with 25 points on five 3-pointers as the Lions rolled past Carbon.

DELTA 61, NORTH SANPETE 55: Delta forced 30 turnovers and shot 20 more free throws on its way to a road win over North Sanpete. Colin Christensen led Delta with 20 points.

NONREGION

JORDAN 73, TAYLORSVILLE 52: Jordan, behind 22 points from Mark Krueger, was able to roll past Taylorsville. Jamahl Jones was a bright spot for Taylorsville, scoring 19 points on three 3-pointers.

MURRAY 68, HIGHLAND 65: Dylan Ross scored a 3-pointer in the first 15 seconds of overtime, leaving the victory in favor of the Spartans. Jackson Winget lead the team with 16 points, including one from behind the arc.

FREMONT 60, BONNEVILLE 36: Brock Smith recorded 19 points and 15 rebounds as the Silver Wolves started hot and coasted to an easy win over Bonneville.

OLYMPUS 73, BOX ELDER 63: Will Cannon led the comeback for the Titans with with an impressive 19 points.

LONE PEAK 63, VIEWMONT 36: Nick Emery torched the Vikings with six 3-pointers and 22 total points.

LAYTON 60, CLEARFIELD 42: Layton got points from 10 different players, led by Colton Green's 11 points. The Lancers managed to hold onto a 19-point advantage in the third quarter to cruise past struggling Clearfield.

EAST 59, PARK CITY 45: Parker Van Dyke lit up the basket for 25 points, and the Leopards shut down Park City in the first half to cruise to the win on the road. Arik Mawien added 17 points for the Miners.

HERRIMAN 62, KEARNS 49: Herriman led by nine at the half, and was able to earn the road victory behind 19 points from Tanner McKissick.

PINNACLE 66, DUGWAY 47: Pinnacle's teamwork led to the 19-point victory over Dugway. Jake Hardy led the way for the Panthers with 21 points including two 3-pointers. Barry Hamilton added 15, and Javanni Alzayyat added 12 with two 3-pointers.

Girls basketball

REGION 1

DAVIS 43, NORTHRIDGE 38: Davis sealed the win in the fourth quarter after a threatening neck-and-neck game. Caitlyn Gibson shined with 17 points, including three from downtown.

LAYTON 46, WEBER 27: Layton kept their undefeated season by adding the victory over Weber to the win column. Amber Daly led the way for the Lancers, scoring 14 points and adding eight rebounds. Maddi Smith added nine points.

SYRACUSE 73, FREMONT 45: Makenlee Williams led four Titans in double figures with 18 points as Syracuse led 44-23 at halftime.

REGION 2

TAYLORSVILLE 58, GRANGER 45: Taylorsville could not be stopped behind the 3-point line with four players scoring behind the line. Whitney Mitchell led the way with 25 points with five 3-pointers while Pela Tapusoa added 15 points, including three treys. Abi Black added 12 with two 3-pointers.

HUNTER 39, VIEWMONT 38: Ashley DeLaMare sealed the game-winning shot with seven seconds left to keep Hunter undefeated in Region 2. Dezz Ramos led the team with 19 points, including one from downtown.

KEARNS 43, WEST 33: Micaelee Orton's 18 points sparked the 10-point victory for the Cougars.

REGION 3

COPPER HILLS 53, COTTONWOOD 36: Copper Hills never looked back with a 15-5 run right out of the gates. Kehana Grayer led the way with 14 points. Desirae Cruse and Savannah Sandberg combined for 23 points.

JORDAN 50, WEST JORDAN 45: Jordan, behind 10 points and seven rebounds from Britney Speirs, got a hard-fought win over West Jordan.

ALTA 57, BRIGHTON 47: Alta's continuous lead snagged them the win. Makenzi Morrison wowed the crowd with 28 points, including two from behind the arc.

REGION 4

RIVERTON 58, PLEASANT GROVE 42: Jamie Smith led the Silverwolves with 19 points as Riverton led 33-17 at halftime. Britney Johnson had a double-double for the Vikings with 17 boards and 16 points.

BINGHAM 54, AMERICAN FORK 39: Summer Yack led Bingham with 14 points, and the Miners started region play on the right path with the win at home. Defensively the Miners were able to hold American Fork to just 14 total points in the second half.

LONE PEAK 78, LEHI 45: Lone Peak, behind 18 points and 10 steals from Talyn Bevell, dominated Lehi on the road.

REGION 6

BOUNTIFUL 71, HIGHLAND 28: Bountiful's electric first half with little threat from Highland ensured the Braves' win. Brianna Rolf led the team with 13 points.

CYPRUS 58, EAST 39: Lori Parkinson set the court on fire with 17 points while Julie Caputo added 15 to the board, including two from behind the arc for the Pirates.

WOODS CROSS 55, CLEARFIELD 22: Woods Cross never let its guard down against Clearfield for the 33-point victory. Natalie Parsons led the way for the Wildcats with 24 points including 10 rebounds. Emily Howey added 12 points including 13 rebounds.

REGION 7

OLYMPUS 46, MURRAY 20: Rachel VanderToolen propelled the Titans to a 26-point victory with 12 points.

SKYLINE 61, HERRIMAN 31: The Eagles held the Mustangs' leading scorer, Alexis Roberts, scoreless without the help of Miquelle Askew. Sydnee Taylor produced 18 points as Skyline led 14-2 after the first quarter.

WESTLAKE 40, HILLCREST 36: After three tough quarters, Westlake turned up the heat with a 10-4 fourth quarter run to down visiting Hillcrest. Shannon Jenson finished with a game high 17 points in the Thunders region victory.

REGION 8

MOUNTAIN VIEW 50, PROVO 32: Ashleigh Warner netted 15 points and Jessica Raab added 10 points to help Mountain View to the region win. The Bruins' defense was able to hold Provo to 17 points in three of the four quarters.

SALEM HILLS 57, OREM 39: Lyssa Hanks posted 18 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks as the SkyHawks opened each half with runs of 14-3 and 15-4, respectively.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 52, TIMPVIEW 42: Maple Mountain's explosive fourth-quarter 20-10 run gave them the push they needed for the 10-point victory over Timpview. Aleksa Gappmayer led the way with 21 points, five rebounds and four steals. Kara Betts added 10 points with seven rebounds.

TIMPANOGOS 62, SPRINGVILLE 54: Timpanogos' tough defense led to the the 8-point victory over Springville. Eternity Galeai led the way with a game-high 25 points.

REGION 9

DESERT HILLS 61, HURRICANE 32: After the first quarter, Desert Hills faced little threat from the Tigers. Ashlee Moser shined with 12 points, including two 3-pointers.

CEDAR 58, PINE VIEW 31: Cedar opened the game on a 14-5 run and continued to build its lead in a lopsided win over Pine View. Tara Shipp had eight points, eight rebounds, and six steals for Cedar.

CANYON VIEW 37, DIXIE 28: Canyon View's tough third quarter led to the 9-point victory over Dixie. Taylor Porter and Kenzie Evans combined for 23 points.

REGION 11

STANSBURY 52, OGDEN 47: Karlee Manzione and Bailey Wilson came up huge on the boards, grabbing a combined 17 rebounds for Stansbury as it defeated Ogden.

MORGAN 41, TOOELE 29: Morgan built an 11-point lead at halftime, and was able to cruise to a fifth consecutive win and remain undefeated in region play. Kelsey Henry and Rashel Blazzard combined for 29 Trojan points.

BEAR RIVER 69, GRANTSVILLE 40: Bear River grabbed 50 rebounds as a team to pick up the region win at home.

REGION 12

JUAB 49, SPANISH FORK 36: Tessa Bradford scored a game-high 26 points, and Juab picked up its first region win of the season. The Wasps also had some help with 14 points from Kobe Farrer.

DELTA 60, NORTH SANPETE 41: Delta was the model of consistency, scoring 15 points in every quarter, as it rolled past North Sanpete. Kennedy Springer led Delta with 33 points.

CARBON 59, PAYSON 19: The Dinos trounced the Lions after a 30-8 run at halftime. The Dinos had three players score in double figures. Miranda Averett led the way with 15 including one 3-pointer, while Regan Powell added 14 and Rachel Scoggins had 11.

REGION 13

BEAVER 35, PAROWAN 31: Beaver's strong third quarter was just enough to get past Parowan. Brittney Blackner led the Beavers in scoring with 10 points.

ENTERPRISE 51, MILLARD 47: Enterprise survived a 10-point deficit in the first quarter to earn its first region win at home. Madison Holmes, Josie Mitchell and Taylor Phelps each scored nine points for the Wolves.

REGION 14

MAESER PREP 37, ROWLAND HALL 26: Maeser Prep started off strong and kept the lead throughout the game. Jenna Nelson and Eryn Shumway both added 10 points to the board.

REGION 15

RICHFIELD 47, EMERY 40: Sloane Roundy helped Richfield control the tempo of the game in the second half, while Megan Bean netted 16 points to help the visiting team to a region win.

REGION 16

NORTH SEVIER 53, GUNNISON 43: North Sevier, led by Morgan Okerlund's 14 points, earned a tough road win over Gunnison.

REGION 17

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 57, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 50: The hot shooting of Brittany Griffith and Alissa Atisme brought the game home for Layton Christian. Atisme scored 22 points while Griffith chipped in 10, each making two 3-pointers.

ST. JOSEPH 66, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 29: The Jayhawks shared the ball effectively with 26 assists as a team. Katie Berry led the way with 21 points, while Liz Tomon added a double-double with 12 points and 15 rebounds.

REGION 18

TINTIC 41, WENDOVER 33: Tintic's rally sparked after an uneventful first quarter couldn't be extinguished. McKayla Wahlberg led the team with 15 points.

NONREGION

WHITEHORSE 57, GRAND 24: Shaundeen Filfred scored a game-high 19 points, and Whitehorse tore off for a 20-6 second quarter run that left Grand in the dust. Celeste Lansing netted 12 points in the Raiders lopsided win.