Boys basketball


DAVIS 57, SYRACUSE 52: Syracuse cut the Davis lead to two with about six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, but the Darts were able to regain composure and carried it through to the end. Davis were also graced by countless trips to the charity stripe. Karter Chisholm and Braden Koelliker combined for total of 25 points.

NORTHRIDGE 57, LAYTON 47: Jacob Bigler had 16 points, including four 3-pointers. Kade Petersen of Layton led all scorers with 23 points. Northridge used tough defense as the main component in the Knights 10 point victory over Layton.

FREMONT 51, WEBER 38: Brock Smith and Rowdy Stucki each scored 12 points, and Fremont handed Weber it's first loss since mid-December and it's first region loss. Weber could not recover from a 9-point deficit at the halftime.


VIEWMONT 63, GRANGER 53: Viewmont outlasted Granger in what was a competitive game throughout. McKay Butler led the Vikings with 15 points, while his teammate Hayden Heath was right behind with 14 of his own. Granger's Mo Valladolid knocked down five 3-point shots on his way to netting a game-high 17 points.

WEST 61, TAYLORSVILLE 49: West could not be stopped coming out of halftime, outscoring Taylorsville 17-7. Gordon Vetas's game high 23 points, including three 3-pointers, led the way for Panthers.


WEST JORDAN 66, COTTONWOOD 36: Jordan Loveridge led three West Jordan players in double-figures with 23 points, as the Jaguars pounded Cottonwood. Jaden Jackson added 16 points while Jordan Pryor scored 14 points.

JORDAN 65, BRIGHTON 63: After a tough regulation game, Jordan came out with the narrow victory in overtime. Ryan Nemelka and Mark Kruger combined for 28 points for the Beetdiggers.

ALTA 48, COPPER HILLS 41: Jarett Anderson netted 18 points, and Alta tore off on a 22-13 fourth quarter run to slip past Copper Hills in region play. Bryson Allen led all scorers with 19 points in the Grizzlies loss.


AMERICAN FORK 62, LEHI 58: American Fork used a 15-8 run in the second quarter to build a comfortable lead, and were able to march to the region win. Zac Hunter led the Cavemen with 18 points, while Quincy Bair added 15 points. Lehi rallied for a 25-17 fourth quarter run in the narrow loss.

LONE PEAK 57, RIVERTON 39: Nick Emery knocked down five 3-pointers on his way to 23 points, while Talon Shumway added 19 points with three 3-pointers of his own for Lone Peak.

PLEASANT GROVE 47, BINGHAM 43: Alan Hamson and Nathan Sampson both scored 11 points, and Pleasant Grove held strong defensively to pick up the region win over struggling Bingham. The Vikings shot a solid 19-for-24 from the free throw line.


MOUNTAIN CREST 69, LOGAN 55: Famafili Laulu Pututau, with a game high 18 points, led the way for the Mustangs. Tyler Crosbie added 17 including three 3-pointers.

BONNEVILLE 45, BOX ELDER 44: Bonneville were able to hang onto victory, as Shad Watson missed a tough 3-pointer near the end of the game. Quinton Larson made three 3-pointers on his way to 13 points to led the Lakers. Watson ended the night with 14 points for the Bees.

SKY VIEW 50, ROY 44: Sky View started off its region campaign with an important win over Roy on the road. Casey Oliverson highlighted the win with a game-high 16 points.


HIGHLAND 61, CYPRUS 41: Cyprus didn't give Highland very much trouble as the Rams put the Pirates on the shelf early. David Divver led all scorers with 20 points.

EAST 64, WOODS CROSS 46: Parker Van Dyke went of for 27 points, and East started region play on the right note with a double digit victory over Woods Cross. The Leopards finished the game on a 23-12 fourth quarter run.

BOUNTIFUL 78, CLEARFIELD 49: A large-margin Bountiful victory came in large part due to Brit Harding's offensive play. Harding was hot behind the 3-point arc, sinking five 3-pointers and finishing with an impressive 29 points in the Braves win.


SKYLINE 55, MURRAY 48: Skyline picked up the big win with an exciting finish, sinking their free-throws down the final stretch. Despite the Murray height advantage, the Eagles were able to walk away with the victory thanks in large part to Garrett England's 17 points and three 3-pointers.

OLYMPUS 83, HILLCREST 53: Olympus built a steady lead to pick up the large-margin victory. Four players scored in double digits, with Will Cannon leading the way with an impressive 29 points in the victory.

WESTLAKE 50, HERRIMAN 49: Zavon Jackson netted 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, recording the double-double to help Westlake to a narrow victory in overtime.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 44, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 40: Mountain View rallied for a 17-6 comeback run in the fourth quarter to stun Maple Mountain. Kallin Curran managed to knock down 11 points in the Bruins victory.

PROVO 65, SALEM HILLS 36: Provo's Adam Finch led the way for the Bulldogs with a game high 13 points, including three baskets behind the arc. Cole Gordon added 10 points in the Provo win.

OREM 34, SPRINGVILLE 31: Springville came out with an old fashioned stall to try and take the #1 ranked Tigers down. It worked well until Orem's defensive pressure in the 3rd quarter proved to be tootough and then Orem out scored Springville 16-6 in the 3rd quarter and held on to win in a hard fought contest at Orem. Israelson led Springville with 12 the only player in double figures for theRed Devils and Zach Hunsaker led Orem with 12 points and Dalton Nixon knocked in 8 in the low scoring affair. Orem's Cooper Holt came up with three key defensive plays and a big 3 at crunch time to seelthe win for the top ranked Tigers

TIMPVIEW 64, TIMPANOGOS 31: After a fairly even game at the half, Timpview outscored the TImberwolves 45-13 in the final two quarters to earn the victory. Leo Roese had the hot hand, as he knocked down three 3-point shots on his way to a game high 14 points.


DIXIE 40, SNOW CANYON 33: Dixie's tough defense in the fourth quarter helped lead to a seven point victory over Snow Canyon. Walker Swenson was on fire for the Flyers, scoring 16 points on the night.

HURRICANE 54, DESERT HILLS 53: Hurricane picked up the nail-biting victory with Boston Gubler at the forefront of the offensive. Gubler torched the nets for an impressive 26 points and snagged 12 rebounds in the narrow win.

PINE VIEW 56, CANYON VIEW 39: Pine View sailed to a dominant victory with Jack Bangerter and Cody Boyer combining for 25 points. Mitch Godfrey pulled down 11 rebounds in the win.


PARK CITY 63, UNION 44: Jono Schettler, Jordan Ruda, and Britton Buford were too much for Union, combining for an impressive 56 points in the Park City victory. All three finished with 18 points.

WASATCH 54, UINTAH 52: Uintah had several chances late in the game to tie or take the lead, but Wasatch survived to earn the victory on the road. Matt Pelo was unstoppable as he racked up 24 points for the Wasps


MORGAN 44, GRANTSVILLE 39: Jake Miles led Morgan past Grantsville with 17 points.

BEAR RIVER 55, STANSBURY 50: Despite a third-quarter rally by Stansbury, Bear River hung on for the win. Kyle Zundel snagged 16 points in the victory, followed by teammate Wade Miller.

BEN LOMOND 45, OGDEN 37: Ben Lomond kept itself high in the Region 11 standings with a home win over Ogden. Josh Hardin led the Scots with 15 points.


PAYSON 61, NORTH SANPETE 47: Clint Bateman led all scorers with 20 points, and Payson picked up a second consecutive region win of the season. Tanner Newbold added 17 points, with three 3-pointers in the victory.

CARBON 67, SPANISH FORK 58: Two players recorded a double-double in the Carbon region win. Dakota Cisneros relayed 11 assists and 11 points, while Derek Young grabbed 14 rebounds and netted 11 points. Clay Banks and Hayden Nielsen combined for 23 points in the Spanish Fork loss.

DELTA 69, JUAB 51: Austin Albers poured in 16 points as Delta defended its home court.


BEAVER 62, KANAB 55: Beaver led the entire game, picking up their second region victory on the season. Tyler Roberts and Braxton Williams combined for 32 points in the win with 16 apiece, and teammate Dallon Blackner netted 14 points.

PAROWAN 52, MILLARD 49: Justin Hulet led Parowan to the narrow victory with 16 points and two 3-pointers. Teammate Caleb Murphy snagged 11 points in the win.


WATERFORD 63, ROWLAND HALL 48: Waterford had four players in double-figures as they picked up the victory over Rowland Hall. Muffi Hunt led with 18 points, while Ben White, Alec Monson and Seth Monson combined for an additional 39 points for the Ravens.

NORTH SUMMIT 76, MAESER PREP 28: North Summit outscored Maeser Prep 47-14 going into halftime. Keegan McQueen led with 14 points, while Makay Fristrup added 13.


SOUTH SEVIER 77, GRAND 50: Race Parsons led all scorers with 28 points, and South Sevier combined for 14 3-pointers on the night to down Grand. The Rams led 40-14 at the half, and were able to cruise to the region victory.

SAN JUAN 60, RICHFIELD 49: San Juan looked like a contender in region as the Broncos had their way with visiting Richfield. Logan Meyer and Barkley Christensen orchestrated the upset by scoring 19 and 17 points respectively.


MANTI 60, NORTH SEVIER 48: Brady Aste and Jamen Miller each scored 16 points, and Manti earned it's first region win of the season with the victory at home. The Templars were able to shoot 12-for-14 from the free throw line as a team to down North Sevier.

WASATCH ACADEMY 64, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 25: Wasatch Academy opened the game with a 22-4 run to help themselves cruise to the lopsided win. Cody John and Fred Krajacic each scored 15 points for the home team.


WHITEHORSE 74, NAVAJO MOUNTAIN 35: Karl Holly and Tavis Martin each scored 20 points to lead Whitehorse in the big win on the road. Tyrone Killsontop also put together an impressive performance, scoring 11 points in only three and a half minutes.

GREEN RIVER 46, PINNACLE 40: The Pirates took care of business on the road behind 24 points from Justin Johnson.

MONTICELLO 92, MONUMENT VALLEY 41: Monticello had 11 different players score as it pounded Monument Valley to open region play. Gunner Hollingsworth led the way with 19 points.


DUCHESNE 43, TABIONA 39: Josh Hanberg scored his four points in the last minute of the game to give Duchesne the win over Tabiona. Hanberg scored on a break-away lay-up with 20 seconds remaining, and iced the game moments later by knocking down two free-throws.

MANILA 60, ALTAMONT 40: Manila built a solid lead, and coasted to the easy win in the fourth quarter. Rustyn Burnside led the Mustangs with 11 points, while A.J. Olsen and Ben Rose each scored 10.


RICH 56, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 37: Braken Pinter scored 14 points, and 11 different players were able to notch points for Rich in the win at home. The Rebels led by 23 points at halftime, and were able to cruise to victory.

GUNNISON 44, SOUTH SUMMIT 41: Gunnison's 18-9 advantage in the fourth quarter was enough to deliver the Bulldogs a victory over an upset-minded South Summit team. Nik Roberts led the wining effort with 18 points.

ENTERPRISE 56, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 50: After a slow first half the Enterprise Wolves came out of halftime with a bang to beat Moapa Valley by six points. Enterprise's Ryan West led the way with 13 points including four steals.

Girls basketball


SYRACUSE 72, DAVIS 43: Brittney Martin was explosive from the field, snagging 23 points, five steals and eight assists in the Syracuse victory. Jessica Richardson of Davis scored 14 points in the loss.

LAYTON 57, NORTHRIDGE 18: Layton proved to be too much to handle with a lopsided win over the Knights on the road. Amber Daly led the Lancers with 12 including two 3-pointers while Ashley Price and Livia Treseder each put in 10 of their own. Sydnee Acord and McKenzie Bindrup accounted for the majority of Northridge's points with six a piece.

WEBER 61, FREMONT 36: Erin Reichle sunk three 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points in the Weber victory. Teammate Cheyenne Tanner was close behind, putting up 14 points for the Warriors.


AMERICAN FORK 64, LEHI 34: Cassidy Fraughton and Megan Eliason combined for 31 points as American Fork rolled over Lehi.


BOUNTIFUL 58, CLEARFIELD 35: Three Braves scored in double figures as Bountiful defeated Clearfield. Taylor Boroson, Kennedy Merrick, and Abby Wilson had 12 each in the large-margin victory.

CYPRUS 55, HIGHLAND 31: Cyprus had four players score in double digits in the victory, with Abby Barrett leading the way. Barrett finished with 13 while Marquessa Gilson had 12. Teammates Tori Dyson and Lori Parkinson combined for an additional 22 in the win.

WOODS CROSS 67, EAST 31: The hot hand of Aubree Riddle led to an easy win for Woods Cross. Riddle made five 3-pointers on her way to 17 points. The Wildcats ended the night with 11 3-pointers as a team.


SKYLINE 56, MURRAY 20: Murray could not keep pace with the Eagles as Skyline picked up a lopsided victory behind 27 points and 11 rebounds from Miquelle Askew. Ta'a Tuinei also had a nice game with 14 points and nine boards.

WESTLAKE 56, HERRIMAN 40: Westlake jumped out to an early lead and went on to snag the dominating victory despite a slight Herriman surge in the second. Shannon Jenson scored 23 points in the win.

HILLCREST 43, OLYMPUS 40: Hillcrest mounted a comeback with a 17-9 run in the fourth quarter. The run was led by Whitney Lott and Whitney Nemelka who combined to make seven straight free-throws. Lott ended the night with 18 points while Nemelka added 10 points.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 44, MOUNTAIN VIEW 30: Maple Mountain had a strong third quarter to solidify a victory over Mountain View. Aleksa Gappmayer and Sadie Williams combined for 23 points in the win.

SALEM HILLS 61, PROVO 23: Erica Egbert was the spark off the bench for Salem Hills, finishing with two 3-pointers and 10 total points. Georgia Agnew snagged 10 as well for Salem Hills.

OREM 51, SPRINGVILLE 46: Janalee Willmore scored eight points in the fourth quarter to take the game into overtime. Erin Echols hit a crucial 3-pointer in OT to take the lead and Orem never looked back. Willmore led the Tigers in scoring with 15 points.

TIMPANOGOS 56, TIMPVIEW 47: Eternity Galeai was the spark for Timpanogos, earning 21 points and an impressive 17 rebounds in the victory. Teammate Mercedes Riggs had a heavy contribution with 15 points, four assists and four steals.


PARK CITY 46, UNION 44: Park City snagged the nail-biting victory with Megan Lee at the offensive helm. Lee finished with a game-high 22 points in the win.

WASATCH 44, UINTAH 33: Rebecca MaWhinney scored 12 as Wasatch took care of business against the Utes.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 47, JUAN DIEGO 42: Kailie Quinn led Judge Memorial to victory with 12 points in the win. Monique Mills led Juan Diego with 13 points and teammate Dominique Mills finished with five points and 20 rebounds in the loss.


NORTH SANPETE 53, PAYSON 43: Despite the early lead for Payson, North Sanpete was able to outscore the Lions in the remaining three quarters for the victory. Shelby Jorgensen and Taylor Gordon combined for a total of 30 points in the win, with 15 apiece.


RICHFIELD 62, SAN JUAN 40: Sloane Roundy torched the nets for 29 points with five 3-pointers, and Richfield continued its winning ways with another region win. The Wildcats outscored San Juan 47-14 in the first half.

SOUTH SEVIER 51, GRAND 14: South Sevier came out strong defensively in the first quarter to jump to the early lead and never looked back. Kylee Mackelprang led South Sevier in the victory with 14 points and one 3-pointer.


WAYNE 49, VALLEY 22: Wayne picked up the dominant victory with Whitney Coleman leading the way. Coleman picked up three 3-pointers and 20 total points in the win.

PIUTE 54, ESCALANTE 46: Piute hit crucial free-throws down the stretch to run away with a contest that was a two-point game with a minute to go. Chelsie Sylvester came up big for Piute, leading her team with 19 points in the win.

MILFORD 32, PANGUITCH 31: Panguitch staged a comeback in the fourth quarter and had a lay-up to win the game, but the Bobcats failed to take advantage of the opportunity. Becca Wright led Milford with 11 points.


MANILA 56, ALTAMONT 21: Manila played a strong defensive game allowing only 21 points. The Mustangs went on a 21-1 run to start the second half behind 12 points from Jenessa Gosar.


RICH 66, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 31: Alisa Petersen and Courtney Lamborn combined for 37 points, and Rich used a 24-4 third quarter run to pick up the win.

MARSH VALLEY, IDAHO 49, BEAR RIVER 29: Jordan Theurer led Bear River with 11 points, but the Bears had no answer for the high caliber offense laid down by Marsh Valley.