Boys basketball


NORTHRIDGE 46, SYRACUSE 44: Northridge opened the game with an 11-2 run, and were able to hold defensively to prevent Syracuse from taking the game to overtime. Karson Casteel led the Knights with nine points in the region win.

WEBER 56, DAVIS 42: Weber's Hayden Schenck scored 24 points in the victory over Davis, while Jake Shaw added 14 points. Weber took advantage of a scoreless first quarter for the Darts, and shot an impressive 23-for-26 from the charity stripe.

FREMONT 53, LAYTON 49: Fremont captured a hard fought victory over Layton. Brock Smith led three Fremont players in double figures with 22 points, while Jordan Preatror added 14 points.


GRANGER 39, TAYLORSVILLE 27: Isaiah Tademy tallied 18 points on the night, and Granger shot an impressive 14-for-19 from the free throw line to earn the region win on the road.

VIEWMONT 75, HUNTER 55: Jarom Tye recorded the double double with 27 points and 12 rebounds, and Viewmont dominated the game from the start including a 14-7 second quarter rally.

KEARNS 53, WEST 33: Kearns went 26-for-30 from the free throw line as it raced past West to pick up the Region 6 victory. Dayon Goodman recorded a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Cougars.


BRIGHTON 58, COTTONWOOD 43: Brighton overpowered the Colts on the road with 17 points from Bryce Callahan and 16 from Brandon Miller in the lopsided region win.

ALTA 73, JORDAN 62: Alta, paced by Jarett Anderson's 21 points, defeated Jordan on the road. Dub Price added 16 points for the Hawks. Ryan Nemelka led all scorers with 22 points for the Beetdiggers.

WEST JORDAN 83, COPPER HILLS 79: West Jordan struggled on the road thanks in part to a wild and rowdy crowd from Copper Hills. Jordan Pryor of West Jordan knocked down a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game in to the first overtime where Copper Hills' Tyler Lazenby hit a three with only moments remaining to force the game in to the second overtime. The Jaguars took conrol during the second OT and hit their free throws down the stretch to preserve the win. Both Pryor and Lazenby ended the game with 26 points while Jordan Loveridge put in a game-high 27.


AMERICAN FORK 56, RIVERTON 53: American Fork avoided the upset behind 18 points from Zac Hunter. Austin Waddoups added 11 points for the Cavemen in the narrow region victory.

BINGHAM 76, LEHI 67: Lehi erased a big deficit, but could not overcome Bingham's great free throw and three point shooting. The Miners went 27 of 33 from the charity stripe, and all 17 of their fourth quarter points came from foul shots. Bingham also hit nine 3-pointers, of which Cody Benson hit seven. Benson finished the game with a game-high 32 points.

LONE PEAK 83, PLEASANT GROVE 48: Lone Peak earned another lopsided region win on the road with a blowout victory over Pleasant Grove.


WOODS CROSS 56, CYPRUS 50: Cyprus made a big push in the fourth quarter, but Woods Cross were able to deny the Pirates their first win of the season. Filipo Mokofisi led the Wildcats with 18 points, while Skyler Farnes added 14 of his own.

HIGHLAND 52, CLEARFIELD 34: Highland went 18-for-22 from the free throw line as it rolled past Clearfield. Max Bradshaw and Todd Connolly each scored 12 points to lead the Rams.

BOUNTIFUL 59, EAST 32: Bountiful picked-up a dominating win over East to remain undefeated in Region 6. Brock Yates scored 19 points on three 3-pointers to lead the Braves.


HERRIMAN 56, MURRAY 45: Herriman's Tanner McKissick was on fire scoring 20 points with two 3-pointers in the victory over Murray. McKissick also went 8-for-8 from the free throw line, while Brady Beard added 15 points and a pair of treys.

SKYLINE 46, HILLCREST 33: Patrick Nielson scored a game high 14 points, and Skyline finished with a strong 15-7 fourth quarter run to earn the region victory at home. The Eagles shot an impressive 13-for-16 from the free throw line.

OLYMPUS 70, WESTLAKE 54: Will Cannon and Nick Barney combined for 31 points, and a 15-4 third quarter run by Olympus buried Westlake and its attempt at the upset.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 64, MOUNTAIN VIEW 59: Maple Mountain achieved victory over Mountain View thanks to a 30-7 run to start the game. Jace Edmunds knocked down two 3-pointers on his way to 18 points to lead the Golden Eagles.

PROVO 51, SALEM HILLS 25: Provo dominated the first half 26-7, and never looked back in the lopsided region win. Adam Finch led the Bulldog scorers with 11 points.

OREM 60, SPRINGVILLE 53: Springville needed to make two free throws at the end of regulation to win the game, but it could not convert allowing Orem to pick-up the win to remain undefeated in Region 8. Nathan Israelsen Led the Tigers with 19 points.

TIMPVIEW 68, TIMPANOGOS 60: Taylor Roy netted 18 points, while Rickey Shumway tallied 14 points to help Timpview roll past region rival Timpanogos on the road.


JUAN DIEGO 53, PARK CITY 50: Gabe Colosimo scored a game high 16 points, and Brian Curran added 13 points for Juan Diego in the region upset. Britton Buford and Jono Schettler each netted 14 points in the Miners loss.

UINTAH 57, UNION 46: Derek Reasch led Uintah with 14 points, while Denver Buckalew added 13 points in a much need region win. The Utes held onto a 10 point leading heading into the fourth quarter to secure the win.


PAYSON 73, JUAB 50: Payson, behind a double-double from Clint Bateman, rolled to victory over Juab to remain undefeated in Region 12. Bateman ended the night with 20 points and 11 rebounds.

CARBON 66, NORTH SANPETE 54: Jordan Blanc led all scorers with 26 points, and Carbon used a 16-8 run in the second quarter to take control of the game and cruise to a region victory.


PANGUITCH 65, VALLEY 38: After a back and fourth first half, Panguitch outscored Valley 39-14 in the second half to earn a lopsided region win. Tyce Barney led the Bobcats with 21 points.

BRYCE VALLEY 72, MILFORD 30: Bryce Valley started the game off with its most productive quarter, and held the reigns on the lead throughout the game. Dirk Chynoweth, Braxton Syrett, and Jake Pearson each had the team high of 13 points.

WAYNE 72, ESCALANTE 53: Wayne's high scoring first quarter echoed throughout the game, keeping the scores consistently double-digit for the victory. Zack Taylor had the hot hand with 21 points and 17 rebounds, while Ty Reese netted 19.

PIUTE 100, DIAMOND RANCH 62: Taylor Allen scored 20 points, while teammate Ty Jessen put in 19 of his own to help Piute eclipse triple digits. Mahbi Chebbi of Diamond Ranch led all scorers with 26 points.

Girls basketball


WEBER 49, DAVIS 37: Erin Reichle led Weber with 14 points and five rebounds, and a 11-3 run in the second quarter helped the Warriors earn the region win on their home court.

LAYTON 55, FREMONT 37: Layton continued it's dominance in 5A with another double digit victory. Maddi Smith led the Lancers with 14 points in the region victory at home.

SYRACUSE 64, NORTHRIDGE 26: Makenlee Williams led Syracuse with 21 points in a 42-point victory on the road. Brittney Martin added 12 points to the board including one from downtown.


BRIGHTON 59, COTTONWOOD 39: Ashely Cruz led Brighton to a dominating win over Cottonwood with 18 points, all coming from behind the arc. Maddy Chin added 16 points for the Bengals.

WEST JORDAN 39, COPPER HILLS 38: West Jordan inched its way to victory with Kim Evans netting the game winner. Lejla Hadzialijagic led the Jaguars with nine points, while Synclaire Lucas sank seven in the narrow region win.

ALTA 76, JORDAN 54: Alta dished out a furious first half with 41-points that escalated it to a 22-point victory. Chloe Ferre and Abbie Simmons each scored 14 points for the Hawks.


AMERICAN FORK 49, RIVERTON 37: Ashley Baugh and Cassidy Fraughton combined for 23 points, and American Fork played a tough second half to hand Riverton its first region loss of the season.

LONE PEAK 50, PLEASANT GROVE 35: Lone Peak had three players reach double figures as it rolled past Pleasant Grove. Cami Simons led the Knights with 13 points on three 3-pointers, while Talyn Bevell added 11 points. Karlie Taylor chipped in 10 points in the region win.

BINGHAM 74, LEHI 32: Shelby Richards led 14 Bingham scorers with 12 points, and the Miners outscored Lehi 41-19 in the first half to cruise to a lopsided region victory.


ROY 67, LOGAN 58: Kaitlyn Hurley led the Royals with 20 points, while Bryce Mitchell sank 10 including two from behind the arc.

BONNEVILLE 59, SKY VIEW 40: Bonneville controlled the board and stayed too far ahead for the Bobcats to catch up. Kayla Eilertsn shined on the court with 19 points including 2 from behind the arc, while Emilie Volk sank 14.


BOUNTIFUL 56, EAST 38: Bountiful came out of the first quarter on a 12-6 run and continued to dominate through to the half. Kennedy Merrick led with 18 points, while Taylor Boroson added 13 points in the region win.

CLEARFIELD 51, HIGHLAND 38: Mickenzey Wiberg led Clearfield with 18 points, and the Falcons shot 19-for-24 from the free throw line en route to the much needed region win.

CYPRUS 42, WOODS CROSS 39: Cyprus snuck in a win against a tough Woods Cross team that nearly scored an upset. Lori Parkinson led with 17 points with one trey, while Abby Barrett added nine points for the Pirates.


HERRIMAN 36, MURRAY 35: Irma Agovic knocked down three 3-point shots in the fourth quarter to lead a big fourth quarter comeback from Murray, but the Spartans fell just short. Alexis Roberts of Herriman turned in a game-high 13 points.

WESTLAKE 45, OLYMPUS 32: Jessica Benson had 15 points with double treys, while Shannon Jenson added 14 points for Westlake.

SKYLINE 41, HILLCREST 35: Skyline soared over the Huskies in a six point victory. Miquelle Askew had 17 points, while Sydnee Taylor added eight points with one trey in the region win.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 44, MOUNTAIN VIEW 34: Maple Mountain scored most of their free-throws in the fourth quarter to give itself a 10 point lead. Baylee Nielsen led with 15 points, while Kelsey Lewis added 12 points.

SALEM HILLS 63, PROVO 30: Hailey Ingram scored 22 points and Lyssa Hanks added 15 points, as Salem Hills rolled to the region victory over Provo.

OREM 55, SPRINGVILLE 44: Orem's Megan Sackett led the way with 16 points in the double digit victory over Springville. Janalee Willmore added 10 points in the Tiger's region win.

TIMPANOGOS 55, TIMPVIEW 43: Timpanogos hit the ground running in the first quarter, and kept control of the lead throughout the game. Eternity Galeai led the team with 10 points including two 3-pointers, while Jamie Harward netted nine including three from downtown.


SNOW CANYON 63, HURRICANE 57: Snow Canyon earned the win over Hurricane behind the three-point line. Amy Harris had 22 points with three treys, while Grace Walton added 15 points including three more from behind the arc.

DIXIE 40, CEDAR 35: Kelsey McCann netted a game high 15 points, and Dixie finished the game on a 13-8 run to pick up the narrow win over Cedar on the road.


JUAN DIEGO 59, PARK CITY 36: Juan Diego stayed in control for the entire game and never let go of the lead. Presley Whetmen wowed the crowd with 22 points, while Monique and Dominique Mills netted 12 points.

UINTAH 57, UNION 44: Hailey Bunderson netted 13 points, while Kaitlyn Hanberg netted 11 points to help Uintah to a crucial region victory at home.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 52, WASATCH 49: Kallie Quinn rallied for 16 points for Judge, and the Bulldogs managed to force overtime and take the region win at home.


MORGAN 46, OGDEN 34: Morgan completed it sweep through Region 11 with a perfect 12-0 mark. Rashel Blazzard led the Trojans with 15 points.

TOOELE 52, BEN LOMOND 39: Becca Smaellie and Taylor Thomas scored a combined 27 points to help Tooele to a lopsided region win on the road.


DELTA 38, SPANISH FORK 23: Delta notched a great 15 point victory at home against Spanish Fork. Angela Burton had 13 points with three baskets behind the three-point line.

CARBON 72, NORTH SANPETE 47: North Sanpete controlled the first half with strong defense, but couldn't maintain as Carbon pulled away in the second half. Amanda Freestone led all scorers with 24 points in the region win.

JUAB 40, PAYSON 23: Kobe Farrer scored 17 points and drained three 3-pointers to lead the Wasps to a road victory over struggling Payson.


KANAB 62, MILLARD 44: Calli Jackson had the hot hand with 22 points, escalating the Cowboys to an 18-point victory. Shaylee McDonald added 11 points to the board including one from behind the arc.

ENTERPRISE 48, PAROWAN 43: Enterprise eased their way to victory going 24-for-27 at the foul line, and making a solid run in the second quarter. Taylor Phelps shined on the court with 19 points, while Jaycee Reber sank 12.


SOUTH SUMMIT 53, ROWLAND HALL 25: Rowland Hall could not keep pace with South Summit and suffered a lopsided defeat. However, on senior night, all three seniors who play for the Winged Lion scored in the same game for the first time this season.

NORTH SUMMIT 48, WATERFORD 29: Kasidee Evans netted 13 points and eight rebounds, while Erica Richins added 13 points of her own to help North Summit shutdown Waterford in the second half of the region victory.


EMERY 76, GRAND 20: Emery raced out to a 23-0 lead, and coasted to a blow out win over Grand. Jeridi Price led the Spartans with 11 points and Bailey Rasmussen added 10 points.


GUNNISON 62, WASATCH ACADEMY 29: Sara Brown and Madee Christenson combined for 23 points, and Gunnison used a 22-2 third quarter advantage to salvage a region victory.


WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 26, CONCORDIA PREP 20: Brittney Stalnaker netted a game high 11 points, and West Ridge held Concordia Prep scoreless in the third quarter to pick up the region win.

ST. JOSEPH 44, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 29: Senior Katie Berry dominated on Senior night scoring a game high 19 points. The win help St Joseph capture the Region 17 title and had a good farewell to their four seniors.


GREEN RIVER 56, MONTICELLO 39: Megan Hatt went off for 17 points, including five 3-pointers to propel Green River to the lopsided region win. The victory keeps the Pirates in a tie for the region 19 crown.


NORTH SEVIER 55, MAESER PREP 33: Kelsey Barney led North Sevier to a lopsided win over Maeser Prep with 14 points on four 3-pointers. Eryn Shumway had the hot hand for Maeser Prep scoring 13 points.