WEBER 68, SYRACUSE 58: Weber gained a 10 point jump in the second half to give it the momentum it needed for this Region 1 victory. Hayden Schenk shined on the court with 22 points, while both Jake Shaw and Jordon Jones netted 10.
NORTHRIDGE 40, FREMONT 33: Northridge was able to hold on to victory over Fremont by making seven more free throws in a tight game. Preston Christensen led the Knights with 13 points.
LAYTON 69, DAVIS 61: Layton defeated its bitter rival for the first time in eight years behind 21 points from Marcus Kemp. The win represents Layton's first Region win of the year.
WEST 39, GRANGER 27: West prevailed in this primarily defensive Region 2 victory. Alex Espinosa led the team with 13 points including nine from downtown, while Devin Price sank 11 for the Panthers.
VIEWMONT 63, KEARNS 41: Viewmont remained unscathed in region play behind Jarom Tye's 21 points and four 3-pointers. The Vikings outscored Kearns 21-8 in the final quarter.
TAYLORSVILLE 74, HUNTER 72: Kia Delecerna hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with less than five seconds remaining, and after a Hunter turnover Jackson Roper sank the game winner at the buzzer to steal the region victory at home.
JORDAN 54, COTTONWOOD 41: Mark Krueger played a great game for Jordan on senior night scoring 17 points to lead the Beetdiggers, which used a 30-17 run in the second half to pull away from Cottonwood.
WEST JORDAN 75, ALTA 60: Jordan Loveridge scored 28 points and added 12 rebounds, while Seth Barrus chipped in with a double-double as well with 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Jaguars to a big region victory on the road. Jarett Anderson scored 16 points in the loss for Alta.
COPPER HILLS 72, BRIGHTON 54: Copper Hills steadily pulled away from Brighton to pick-up the lopsided victory. Bryson Allen led the charge for the Grizzlies scoring 17 points.
AMERICAN FORK 58, LONE PEAK 50: American Fork got a huge win over region leading Lone Peak at home. The win sends the Cavemen into a tie with the Knights atop the Region 4 standings. Zac Hunter paced the Cavemen with 19 points in the win.
LEHI 76, PLEASANT GROVE 51: Despite Lehi's hiccup in the second quarter, the Pioneers dominated with a 25-point lead in the end. Colton Colledge had the hot hand scoring 15 points, while Brad McGregor dished out 13 including three from behind the arc.
RIVERTON 52, BINGHAM 47: Riverton, behind the hot shooting of Stephan Holm, snuck past Bingham on the road. Holm ended the night with 16 points including three 3-pointers.
LOGAN 83, BOX ELDER 60: Logan kept ahold of the reins throughout the game, never letting the Bees get a peak at the lead. Johnny Luke netted an outstanding 17 points, while Russel Murphy sank 15.
BONNEVILLE 52, SKY VIEW 49: Quinton Larson and Jake Hutchins combined for 29 points as the Lakers got the upset.
MOUNTAIN CREST 45, ROY 42: Famafili Laulu Pututua and Tyler Crosbie combined to score 25 points, and Mountain Crest marched to victory on 10-of-14 from the charity stripe. Brekkot Chapman led all scorers with 15 points in the Roy loss.
BOUNTIFUL 60, CYPRUS 40: Dain Murdock and Brock Yates combined for 29 points as the Braves missed just four free throws.
WOODS CROSS 59, HIGHLAND 57: Hayden Grant drilled his third 3-pointer of the game at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime, where Woods Cross captured the two point victory. Grant ended the night with 23 points for the Wildcats.
EAST 51, CLEARFIELD 43: East got 24 points from Parker Van Dyke and John Fakahafua contributed 13 points to pull away from Clearfield in a close game throughout.
HILLCREST 55, MURRAY 53: Austin Adams finished with 16 points and five rebounds, and Hillcrest managed to hold off a furious rally by Murray in the fourth quarter to preserve the region win.
SKYLINE 55, WESTLAKE 43: Westlake had Skyline on the ropes late in the fourth quarter but was never able to overcome a 14-4 run by Skyline to open the game. DeSean Miller torched the nets with three 3-pointers on his way to 22 points to lead the Eagles.
HERRIMAN 56, OLYMPUS 44: Tanner McKissick scored 17 points and Brady Beard chipped in 12 more to propel Herriman to the big road win.
PROVO 54, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 49: Maple Mountain fought its way back into the game after falling behind by 11 at halftime but was unable to overcome Provo's 27 made free throws. Cole Gordon torched the nets with 24 points to lead Provo to the region victory.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 42, TIMPANOGOS 39: Brenden Abbott led Mountain View with 12 points, and the Bruins were able survive overtime to pick up a crucial region victory over Timpanogos. Kallin Curran added 11 points in the win at home.
SPRINGVILLE 55, SALEM HILLS 43: Bradley Kitchen scored 16 point and Nathan Isrealson chipped in with 13 as Springville overcame a sluggish first quarter to rally past Salem Hills for the road victory.
OREM 75, TIMPVIEW 67: Timpview's Ricky Shumway led all scorers with 23 points with Taylor Roy knocking in 16 but it was not enough even though the T-Birds scored 25 points in the final quarter. Orem was led by Zack Hunsaker's 21 points, Quinn Peters put in 17 and sophomore Dalton Nixon netted 17.
HURRICANE 61, SNOW CANYON 49: Hurricane ended Snow Canyon's playoff hopes by jumping out to a 27-17 halftime lead and then maintaining the double-digit lead the rest of the way. Boston Gubler and Weston Yardley combined to score 25 points for the Tigers.
CEDAR 61, PINE VIEW 43: Kyler Nielson scored 25 points and knocked down three 3-pointers as visiting Cedar rolled to the victory over Pine View. John Ursua chipped in with 12 points for Cedar, with Trent Snow adding 10.
DIXIE 64, CANYON VIEW 46:
JUDGE MEMORIAL 71, PARK CITY 60: Judge outscored Park City 29-13 in the second quarter to remain undefeated in region play. Jacob Gondrezick scored 26 points and drained five 3-pointers for the Bulldogs.
WASATCH 66, UNION 42: Zack Watts, Cale Strong, Jake Segura and Matt Pelo combined to score exactly as many points as Union tallied for the game in the blowout victory for Wasatch.
UINTAH 65, JUAN DIEGO 52: Uintah connected on 23-of-36 from the charity stripe and got 38 combined points from Matthew Cushing and Derek Reasch in the win.
BEAR RIVER 65, TOOELE 57: Bear River dominated the second and third quarters to build a solid lead and take control of the region match. Wade Miller finished with a game high 23 points for the Bears.
GRANTSVILLE 55, OGDEN 52: Grantsville's Dalen Erickson saved the team with a 3-pointer in the last nine seconds of the game, easing the Cowboys away from overtime. Erickson wowed the crowd with 25 points including five 3-pointers, while Devin Adams netted 10 with eight rebounds.
BEN LOMOND 54, STANSBURY 44: Ben Lomond took advantage of an extreme free throw disparity, knocking down 21-of-32 freebies, ultimately leading to the double digit victory. Josh Hardin led all scorers with 20 points along with teammate Nate Watkins who added 12 more for the Scots.
PAYSON 78, SPANISH FORK 64: Payson picked up the blowout win despite allowing Spanish Fork to shoot 26-of-29 from the free throw line on the road. The biggest factor to the success was Clint Bateman's 27 points along with four 3-pointers from Tanner Newbold.
CARBON 64, DELTA 60: Carbon eked out a win by holding Delta to four points in the second quarter. Clay Finkbiner netted six 3-pointers and finished with a game high 22 points.
NORTH SANPETE 45, JUAB 29: Rhett Bird tore off for 19 points, and North Sanpete closed the game on a 45-29 run to pick up the region win. The Hawks also shot an impressive 20-for-27 from the free throw line.
ENTERPRISE 63, KANAB 52: Brett Schill's 21 points led Enterprise to a convincing win over Kanab. The Wolves used a 20-10 run in the fourth quarter to capture the 11 point victory.
MILLARD 50, BEAVER 46: Jesse Rhodes led Millard with 19 points, and the Eagles fought until the very end to pick up the crucial region win at home.
WATERFORD 82, MAESER PREP 50: Seth Monson exploded to score 31 points on three 3-pointers to lead the Ravens in a blowout. Alec Monson also had a hot hand, scoring all 12 of his points from behind the arc.
SOUTH SUMMIT 57, NORTH SUMMIT 48: South Summit jumped out to a massive lead in the first half, outscoring the Braves 32-15 for an easy win. Beau Rydalch had a game high 19 points in the win, 12 of which came from beyond the arc.
SOUTH SEVIER 51, RICHFIELD 41: Race Parsons and Austin Clark each scored 18 points, and South Sevier finished the game on a 23-9 run to pick up the region victory.
SAN JUAN 48, GRAND 47: Barkley Christensen scored a game high 24 points with four 3-pointers, and a late technical foul helped San Juan escape with a narrow region win.
MANTI 64, GUNNISON 51: Manti's Brady Aste led the team with 12 points, while both Jayson Cole and Devin Cluff shared a score of 11 points to lead the Templars to a 13-point victory.
NORTH SEVIER 63, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 48: Entering the fourth quarter, leading by one point, North Sevier exploded and outscored American Leadership by 14 points for a deceivingly lopsided victory. Austin Piep scored 15 points, and Trent Hampton added a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds in the win.
WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 54, MOUNT VERNON 42: Jacob Singer's 20 point team lead propelled the Eagles to victory. Chris Walls added nine points to the board.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 36, ST. JOSEPH 35: Intermountain Christian inched its way to a single point win over the Jayhawks. Zach Paige led the team with 11 points including three from downtown, while both Michael Fox and Mikey Boettger sank 10.
TINTIC 64, DUGWAY 26: Tintic's Travis Green with 14 points, McKade Holman and Taylor Hurst's 12 points helped the Miners to a 38-point blow out.
RICH 51, MANILA 36: The Rebels opened the second half on a 17-2 run as McKay Jarman posted 14 points.
DUCHESNE 67, TABIONA 47: Duchesne's Shiaba Allen, Braiden Despain, and Trevon Spencer all sank 10 points to take the Eagles to victory in Region 21.
WASATCH ACADEMY 70, ROWLAND HALL 52: Cody John and Fred Krajacic exploded for a combined 41 points to lead Wasatch Academy to a blowout win over Rowland Hall.
LAYTON 48, DAVIS 27: Layton dominated the first three quarters of the game to earn another region win. Courtnee Wood led the Lancer charge with 10 points on the night.
FREMONT 53, NORTHRIDGE 22: Mikkell Minnoch and Kylee Olsen each scored 10 points, and Fremont handed Northridge its ninth consecutive region loss.
CYPRUS 53, BOUNTIFUL 37: Lori Parkinson led all scorers with 14 points, and Julie Caputo added 13 points to help Cyprus earn its first region crown in school history.
WOODS CROSS 54, HIGHLAND 42: Woods Cross sealed off the win with a heavy fourth quarter and consistent double-digit scoring throughout the game. Natalie Parsons wowed the crowd with an outstanding 26 points including 15 from behind the arc, while Emily Howey added 13 to the board.
EAST 41, CLEARFIELD 40: Sia Otukolo paced three East scorers in double figures with 13 points, and the Leopards narrowly picked up the region win despite giving up a combined 31 points in the second and third quarters.
HERRIMAN 40, OLYMPUS 35: Herriman's Abby Budd and Brittney Maynard combined for 22 points to lead the Mustangs to a close win at home.
WESTLAKE 53, SKYLINE 49: Skyline's strong fourth quarter did not carry over into overtime as Westlake handed the Eagles their first region loss. Six of Westlake's seven points came at the charity stripe in the extra period. Shannon Jenson and Jessica Benson led the way for the Thunder, each scoring 21 points on three 3-pointers.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 49, TIMPANOGOS 37: Mountain View outscored Timpanogos 14-3 in the third quarter and picked up the win behind Ashleigh Warner's 19 points.
SPRINGVILLE 68, SALEM HILLS 63: Malia Nawahine led the Red Devils with 25 points in an overtime victory.
TIMPVIEW 47, OREM 44: Despite a sluggish third quarter, Timpview was able to bounce back and secure a region victory behind 34 combined points by Lauryn Dela Cruz and Lani Maclennan.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 44, PROVO 14: Baylee Nielsen led all scorers with 12 points, and Maple Mountain held Provo to just two points in the first half to take the region win.
JUAN DIEGO 44, UINTAH 32: Juan Diego's Dominque Mills, Monique Mills, and Lancee Whetman pushed the team to victory with 10 points each.
WASATCH 43, UNION 26: Wasatch set a heavy tone in the first half that reverberated 'till the end for the Region 10 victory. Paige Kohler had the hot hand scoring 12 points including six from downtown, while Rebecca MaWhinney netted 11.
SPANISH FORK 51, PAYSON 33: Spanish Fork needed to win to make state, it did so in dominating fashion over Payson. Kelli Hales led the Dons with 15 points while Jessica Cable chipped in 13 points in the win.
EMERY 44, SAN JUAN 37: Jeridi Price went double dippin' with 19 points and 11 points and behind great senior leadership on the defensive end of the floor by Laurel Roundy and Kim Oldroyd, Emery picked up the upset win at home.
RICH 65, MANILA 15: The Rebels featured a balanced scoring attack as 12 players found the basket in a blowout.
WAYNE 58, PIUTE 51: Wayne clinched the Region 20 tournament title and the No. 1 seed at state by holding off Piute in the championship game at Canyon View High School. Haley Robins led Wayne with 18 points, while Kierra Gleave led Piute with 21 points.
MILFORD 39, BRYCE VALLEY 38:
PANGUITCH 40, VALLEY 33: Carly Holman and Catania Holm combined to score 21 points to lead Panguitch to victory. Brittney Frost's 12 points was not enough to earn Valley the elusive Region 20 victory.
WENDOVER 28, LIAHONA 21: Wendover beat Liahona in a Region 18 play-in game to clinch a state tournament berth.