WEBER 49, SYRACUSE 46: Weber hit some crucial shots at the end to walk away with the narrow victory. Jake Shaw and Hayden Schenck combined for 35 points in the Warrior victory.
FREMONT 49, NORTHRIDGE 42: Brock Smith dropped in 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, recording the double-double in the narrow victory for Fremont.
DAVIS 57, LAYTON 48: Davis out of the gates outscored Layton 18-8. Karter Chisholm led the way with 14 points including two 3-pointers. Tyson Denney added 9 nine point with two 3-pointers. Lincoln Holt had an outstanding night with 10 boards.
WEST 49, GRANGER 46: West made up for its weak offensive performance in the second quarter in the fourth to ease its way to a three-point victory. Devin Price led the team with 16 points while Lennon Coley netted 12 including nine from downtown.
VIEWMONT 40, KEARNS 25: Viewmont's explosive fourth quarter cleared a path the 15 point victory over Kearns. Jarom Tye led the way with 12 points.
HUNTER 66, TAYLORSVILLE 35: Noah Togiai led Hunter with 12 points, and 10 Wolverine players got on the scoreboard to earn the region win at home.
JORDAN 56, COTTONWOOD 41: Mason Krueger torched the nets for 29 points to help Jordan to the region win on the road.
WEST JORDAN 65, ALTA 54: West Jordan earned the victory, holding Alta to a mere two points in the fourth quarter. DeShawn Perkins hit two 3-pointers in the fourth to pull away and Jaden Jackson led all scoring with 17 total points in the win.
BRIGHTON 46, COPPER HILLS 45: Brighton's Bryce Callahan led the way for the Bengals with 15 points including three 3-pointers in the one point victory over Copper Hills. Brandon Miller added nine points including a triple.
LONE PEAK 55, AMERICAN FORK 40: In a match-up of two of the best teams in the state, Lone Peak pulled away for the victory by outscoring the Cavemen 21-6 in the fourth quarter. Nick Emery led the way with 20 points, while T.J. Haws chipped in with 15.
LEHI 59, PLEASANT GROVE 46: Colton Colledge scored a game high 18 points, and Lehi marched to it's first region win of the season.
BINGHAM 54, RIVERTON 52: Jake Bagley's short baseline jumper with 3.9 seconds remaining lifted the Miners to a narrow road victory over Riverton. Bingham, who was led by Cody Benson's 17 points and five 3-pointers, scored on its final seven possessions to improve to 2-1 in league play.
LOGAN 66, BOX ELDER 57: Five players scored in double digits in the Logan victory with Dallin Dahl leading the way. Dahl finished with 17 total points in the win.
SKY VIEW 60, BONNEVILLE 47: Despite an evenly matched first half, Sky View was able to pull away in the second. Casey Oliverson led with 17 points while teammates Jalen Moore and Riley Knowles combined for 26 points in the win.
MOUNTAIN CREST 58, ROY 21: Eddy Hall and Famafili Laulu Pututau paced Mountain Crest with 12 points apiece as the Mustangs rolled past Roy.
BOUNTIFUL 89, CYPRUS 51: Bountiful crushed Cyprus in the first quarter and never looked back. Four Braves scored in double digits with Brock Yates leading all scoring with 18 points. Dain Murdock, Tommy Lalli and Brit Harding combined for an additional 39 points in the win.
HIGHLAND 81, WOODS CROSS 42: Highland came out with a blaze in the first quarter outscoring Woods Cross 33-8. The Rams were also on fire behind the 3-point line scoring 14 threes. David Divver had a game high 23 point including four triples. Lennon Betonney added 17 points including five from the 3-point line.
EAST 54, CLEARFIELD 51: East squeezed its way to the win, giving it the Region 6 victory. Parker Van Dyke wowed the crowd with 36 points, four being behind the arc, while Arik Mawien netted 10.
HERRIMAN 55, MURRAY 47: After a hard fought battle Herriman came out on top with an eight point victory over Murray in overtime. Tanner McKissick had 13 points including one trey. Brady Beard and Jaden Rasmussen combined for 24 points.
SKYLINE 53, HILLCREST 39: The Skyline Eagles soared over the Huskies beating them by 14 points. DeSean Miller had a game high 15 points, Garrett England added 13 points including a triple.
OLYMPUS 70, WESTLAKE 48: Olympus rallied for 45 points in the first half, as Jake Bengtzen led the way with 15 points in the region battle.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 52, TIMPANOGOS 45: Maple Mountain overcame a sluggish start to down Timpanogos. Josh Phelps led the Golden Eagles with 12 points. Tyler Hamilton led all scores with 15 points on four 3-pointers for the Timperwolves in the loss.
PROVO 60, SPRINGVILLE 56: Provo's Dawson Pedersen had a game high 20 points including two treys. Nathan Israelsen added 12 points.
OREM 61, MOUNTAIN VIEW 40: Jorden Darger came out blazing with 17 points in the dominant Orem victory. Brenden Abbott and Kalin Curran of Mountain View combined for 24 points in the loss.
TIMPVIEW 55, SALEM HILLS 35: Timpview had the higher shooting percentage and walked away with the victory. Rickey Shumway, Leo Roese and Dax Raymond combined for 24 points in the win.
CEDAR 64, SNOW CANYON 53: Cedar's Kyler Nielson led the way with 22 points and four rebounds. John Ursua added 16 points with five assists and four steals. Trent was on fire with 13 points and a game high 12 boards.
DESERT HILLS 61, PINE VIEW 43: Desert Hills used a strong first half to pull away from Pine View. Ty Rutledge led the way for the Thunder with 11 points.
HURRICANE 58, CANYON VIEW 44: Hurricane's Colton Marshall lead the team with 15 points, while Taylor Parker added 14. Hurricane sealed the win with a strong fourth quarter.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 77, UNION 49: Judge Memorial came out of halftime with something to show, out scoring Union 21-6 in the third quarter. Alex Mancini led the way for the Bulldogs with a game high 21 points and seven rebounds. Jacob Gondrezick added 15 points with double three's and five assists.
PARK CITY 57, UINTAH 55: Britton Buford hit the game winner with 1.1 seconds left to earn the region win. Brae Dilley had a career night, tallying 15 points in the Miners victory.
WASATCH 50, JUAN DIEGO 39: Matt Pelo heated-up the nets, connecting on three 3-pointers en route to 20 points and a region victory over Juan Diego.
MORGAN 71, OGDEN 64: Morgan's offensive strides improved continuously throughout the game in the region victory. Boston Saunders brought the heat with 23 points while Jake Miles sunk 22.
BEN LOMOND 45, TOOELE 43: Josh Hardin hit the game winner in overtime to give Ben Lomond a narrow win over Tooele. Hardin finished with 9 points.
STANSBURY 38, GRANTSVILLE 37: Stansbury iced Grantsville in the first quarter, but a late Cowboy rally nearly made up the difference in the fourth quarter. Stansbury would hold on for the nail-biting victory, led by Brek Bentley's 13 points.
PAYSON 61, JUAB 41: Payson led 25-6 at the half, and were led by Clint Bateman and Tanner Newbold who combined for 39 points in the region win.
NORTH SANPETE 57, CARBON 56: North Sanpete held on to beat Carbon by making its free-throws down the stretch. Colton Dunn led three Hawks in double figures with 14 points.
SPANISH FORK 71, DELTA 60: Clay Banks went off for Spanish Fork, dropping in 27 points en route to the region victory over visiting Delta.
KANAB 68, MILLARD 60: Kanab, behind the hot shooting of Brandon Jenson, opened the game on a 21-9 run to slip past Millard in region play. Jenson ended the night with six 3-pointers on his way to 24 points.
ENTERPRISE 62, PAROWAN 56: Enterprise exploding in the first quarter went into halftime outscoring Parowan 32-26. Parker Laub led the way with 17 point with one triple and five steals. Justin Prisbrey added 14 points with six boards and three assists.
WATERFORD 75, NORTH SUMMIT 40: Waterford built a big first half lead and never looked back. Seth and Alec Monson combined for six 3-pointers and 44 total points in the win. North Summit was unable to overcome the first-half deficit despite a valiant effort in the second.
SOUTH SUMMIT 34, ROWLAND HALL 29: Bonner Mitchell lead the team with 15 points, while Cole Richins netted seven to pull off the win for South Summit.
SOUTH SEVIER 47, RICHFIELD 39: Race Parsons sunk three from long range and finished with 20 total points in the South Sevier victory. A dominant second quarter led to the win over Richfield.
GRAND 61, SAN JUAN 45: Grand upset San Juan at home with 26 points from Zak Hazlett. Teammate Tyler McDougal provided an additional 14 points in the win.
MANTI 58, GUNNISON 46: Devin Cluff finished with 13 points, and three other players scored in double figures to help Manti to the region win on the road.
NORTH SEVIER 71, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 60: Austin Piep and Kody Shepard each scored 22 points, and North Sevier sank 12 baskets behind the arc to bury ALA in region play.
ST. JOSEPH 41, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 34: St. Joseph came out of halftime with alot of steam outscoring West Ridge Academy 11-8. David Donlevy led for St. Joseph scoring a game high 17 points with one trey.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 67, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 52: Jake Maughn came off the bench and pulled down 15 rebounds - 11 being offensive - for Layton Christian in the win. Remington Rawlings led the Eagles in scoring with 14 points.
CONCORDIA PREP 64, MOUNT VERNON 61: Concordia Prep pulled off an exciting victory executed by Chris Stanfill, who sunk 34 points in the region win.
TINTIC 65, LIAHONA 63: Dennison hit a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to set it into overtime and hit a buzzer-beating layup to give Tintic this region 18 victory.
WENDOVER 56, DUGWAY 42: Wendover's first-half dominance proved too much for Dugway. James Trujillo led with two 3-pointers and 16 total points in the win.
MONTICELLO 43, WHITEHORSE 35: Monticello took full advantage of its time on the foul line, 15 out of the points in the fourth quarter were free-throws, leaving it with this region 19 victory. Both Jake Duncan and Terek Esplin netted 12 points.
PINNACLE 77, NAVAJO MOUNTAIN 16: Barry Hamilton and Jake Hardy combined for 32 points to lead pinnacle to a dominant win over Navajo Mountain.
WAYNE 51, VALLEY 46: Ty Reese shined on the court with 19 points including two from downtown, while Taylor Albrecht netted 11; leading Wayne to this region 20 victory.
PANGUITCH 66, MILFORD 38: Panguitch picked up the dominant victory with Kaden Figgins leading the way. Figgins was hot from long range, sinking seven 3-pointers and finishing with 25 total points in the win.
PIUTE 56, ESCALANTE 42: Piute hit the ground running in the first half, allowing them to coast through the rest of the game. Anthony Hardman lead the team with 17 points while Cash Newby and Dalton Steed netted eight.
BRYCE VALLEY 80, DIAMOND RANCH 60: Bryce Valley blew Diamond Ranch out of the water with a 20-point lead. Eddie Dunham dished out an outstanding 24 points while Braxton Syrett sunk 17.
DUCHESNE 67, RICH 60: Trevon Spencer netted 17 points, while Mike Dye added 15 points to lead Duchesne to the win. The Eagles finished the game strong with a 9-2 run.
TABIONA 56, MANILA 55: Demont Nay scored a game high 26 points to propel Tabiona to it's first region win on the season.
WASATCH ACADEMY 80, MAESER PREP 49: Wasatch Academy's Cody John with a game high 22 point led the way. Damjam Sredanovic added 16 points with four treys.
LAYTON 47, DAVIS 41: Courtnee Wood ended the night two rebounds shy of a double-double. Wood led the Lancers with 14 points with eight of those points coming off of free-throws where she went 8-10 on the night to keep layton undefeated in region play.
FREMONT 39, NORTHRIDGE 28: Fremont went into the locker room up 22-9, and coasted to victory in the second half. Tanesha Daniels, Keeley Swander and Amanda Wayment each scored nine points to lead the Silverwolves.
SYRACUSE 80, WEBER 52: Syracuse ran away with the win during the second half scoring 47 points. Makenlee Williams shined on the court with an impressive 35 points on four 3-pointers, while Brittney Martin added 18 to the board.
BRIGHTON 47, COPPER HILLS 43: Kelcie Douglas netted 12 points in the Brighton victory. Maddy Chin and Ashley Cruz combined for an additional 18 in the win.
CYPRUS 59, BOUNTIFUL 46: Abby Barrett and Lori Parkinson each scored 18 points for Cyprus, leading the visiting team to a region win over Bountiful
WOODS CROSS 66, HIGHLAND 27: Emily Howey recorded an impressive double-double with 27 points and 21 rebounds, as Woods Cross pounded Highland in region play.
CLEARFIELD 44, EAST 27: Clearfield's balanced scoring was too much for East to overcome. Jaquoy Walton and Mickenzey Wiberg led the way for the Falcons with seven points apiece.
HERRIMAN 38, MURRAY 37: Alexis Roberts finished with nine points, and Herriman rallied for a 14-9 third quarter that kept the Mustangs in the game.
OLYMPUS 47, WESTLAKE 40: Kenzie Droubay delivered for the Titans with an all-around solid performance. Droubay dished out 14 points and led Olympus in rebounds.
SKYLINE 59, HILLCREST 25: Ta'a Tuinei recorded the double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds to propel Skyline to a lopsided region win over visiting Hillcrest.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 46, OREM 40: Mountain View trailed by 10 points in the third quarter, and overcame the deficit for the narrow victory. Ashleigh Warner led with 15 points in the win.
SALEM HILLS 61, TIMPVIEW 47: Kiley Williams recorded the double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds to help Salem Hills to a lopsided win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 45, TIMPANOGOS 40: Aleksa Gappmayer and Kelsey Lewis each netted 13 points for Maple Mountain, handing Timpanogos it's first region loss of the season.
SPRINGVILLE 57, PROVO 43: Springville tore off on a 21-11 second quarter run that left Provo in the dust. Malia Nawahine netted 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for a double-double.
UINTAH 38, PARK CITY 36: Caity Beddes netted 13 points, and Uintah held off a late Park City rally to pick up the region victory.
JUAN DIEGO 49, WASATCH 46: Juan Diego's 18-5 run in the third quarter was too much for Wasatch to overcome despite a furious comeback, with less than a minute left, to cut the deficit to only three. Monique Mills led the way for the Soaring Eagle with 13 points.
DELTA 47, SPANISH FORK 32: Delta came out screaming after halftime, outscoring Spanish Fork 21-19. Kennedy Springer led the way with a game high 18 points. Tana Henrie added nine points including one triple.
GREEN RIVER 66, MONUMENT VALLEY 55: Michaela Hughes came up big for Green River with an impressive 28 points in the victory. Jamie Johnson and Megan Hatt combined for an additional 24 points in the win.
WHITEHORSE 40, MONTICELLO 29: Whitehorse outscored Monticello coming out of halftime 16-6 and never looked back. Celeste Lansing led the way with 10 points, while Yvette Whitehorse added eight.
PINNACLE 68, NAVAJO MOUNTAIN 46: Jordan Hamner was red hot from behind the arc, hitting six three pointers on her way to 21 points in a lopsided win over Navajo Mountain.
RICH 64, DUCHESNE 31: Courtney Lamborn and Alisa Petersen each scored 16 points in the Rich victory. The Rebel outscored Duchesne in every quarter in the lopsided win.
MANILA 34, TABIONA 22: Balanced scoring for Manila led to a respectable win over Tabiona. Kaylee Hughes led the way with eight points for the Mustangs. Shantaya Strebel scored seven points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Tigers in the loss.