Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Highland plays East High School in boys varsity basketball at East High in Salt Lake City on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013. Highland won.

Boys basketball


DAVIS 65, FREMONT 41: Davis Alex Morrell led all scorers with 18 points along with seven rebounds and Braden Koelliker grabbed 14 rebounds with six points, four assists, and two steals.

WEBER 59, NORTHRIDGE 45: Hayden Schenck led all scorers with 26 points in the Warrior victory.

SYRACUSE 55, LAYTON 54: Michael Phelps hit a free throw with seven seconds remaining to put Syracuse up for good. Phelps ended with nine points.


HUNTER 70, WEST 63: Riley Mulitalo and Noah Togiai scored 21 points apiece to lead Hunter.

KEARNS 67, GRANGER 43: Bushman Ebet led all scorers with 21 points and nailed four 3-pointers for the Cougars.

VIEWMONT 58, TAYLORSVILLE 46: McKay Butler led the way with 15 points and three 3-pointers for Viewmont.


ALTA 55, COTTONWOOD 40: The Hawks improved to .500 at 8-8 overall while the Colts Brendan Guzman hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points in a losing effort.

JORDAN 60, COPPER HILLS 51: Brandon Pasker led Jordan with 21 points while Jonas Jones and Chandler Smith had 12 points apiece.

BRIGHTON 64, WEST JORDAN 49: Brandon Miller scored a game-high 23 points with six 3-pointers for the Bengals.


AMERICAN FORK 80, BINGHAM 62: American Forks Ryan Andrus and Tyler Rawson each scored 17 points to lead the Cavemen to victory.

RIVERTON 71, PLEASANT GROVE 57: Riverton hit 10 3-pointers as a team as it earned the Region 4 victory over Pleasant Grove. Stephan Holm led the Silverwolves with 18 points.

LONE PEAK 75, LEHI 49: Lone Peaks Eric Mika led the way with 22 points and 12 boards while T.J. Haws threw down 22 points with three 3-pointers.


BOX ELDER 89, LOGAN 87 (2OT): Shad Watson scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, and Tyler Bate had 25 points to lead the Bees in the home win over Logan after two overtimes. In the loss, Luke Falk led all scorers with 36 points.

ROY 66, BONNEVILLE 58: Roys Brekkott Chapman scored a game-high 24 points to lead his team over Bonneville.


HIGHLAND 51, EAST 41: Henry Morris led Highland in the road win over East with 14 points.

BOUNTIFUL 62, WOODS CROSS 48: Sam Merrill led the Braves with 14 points in the win over Woods Cross.

CLEARFIELD 59, CYPRUS 43: Marquis Jones scored a game-high 29 points to lead Clearfield to its first victory in Region 6 play.


HERRIMAN 38, HILLCREST 37: David Maynard led Herriman with 15 points in the narrow win over Hillcrest.

MURRAY 56, WESTLAKE 55 (2OT): AJ Hodges made the game winning 3-pointer for Murray after two overtimes.

OLYMPUS 47, SKYLINE 23: Jaren Jones scored 19 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Olympus to victory.


SALEM HILLS 60, MAPLE MTN. 59: Alejandro Llamas hit a 3-pointer with 12 seconds left to give the SkyHawks the win. Llamas finished with a team-high 19 points and Ryan Koller added 11 points for Salem Hills. Nate Guymon recorded 18 points and hit three 3s for Maple Mountain.

TIMPVIEW 64, PROVO 35: The T-Birds outscored the Bulldogs 23-5 in the fourth quarter to close out the game. Dax Raymond led the way with 18 points and seven boards while Riley Corbin and Taylor Roy combined for 26 points.

MTN. VIEW 68, SPRINGVILLE 63 (2OT): Jayce Hill hit a 3-pointer to send the game into double OT, where Mountain View came out on top.

OREM 65, TIMPANOGOS 52: Orem picked up the victory as it closed with authority, outscoring visiting Timpanogos 20-5 in the final period. Zach Hunsaker led the Tigers with 20 points.


PINE VIEW 53, HURRICANE 39: Dallin Milne and Jack Bangerter sparked the Panthers with 12 and 10 points, respectively, in the physical region battle. Garet Cahoon led the Tigers with 11 points and seven boards in the loss.

CANYON VIEW 64, CEDAR 52: Canyon Views Chad Corry was on fire as he scored 27 points to lead the Falcons.

DESERT HILLS 68, DIXIE 58: Ty Rutledge and Taylor Houston led Desert Hills with 18 and 16 points, respectively.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 60, UINTAH 30: The Bulldogs hit five of their first six 3-point attempts to put the game out of reach. Joe Cremer led Judges effort with 14 points and hit four 3-pointers, and Terrell Young had 11 points with three 3s.

WASATCH 64, PARK CITY 49: Wasatch had three players score in double figures, led by Cooper Ballstaedt with 15 points.

UNION 67, JUAN DIEGO 50: Stephen Merrell led Unions balanced scoring with 15 points as the Cougars cruised past Juan Diego.


TOOELE 46, STANSBURY 41: Tyler Woodruff led all scorers with 27 points for the Tooele win over Stansbury.

MORGAN 44, BEN LOMOND 41: As well as leading all scorers with 17 points, Jake Miles hit a last-second 3-pointer to win it for the Trojans.

OGDEN 70, BEAR RIVER 61 (3OT): Odgen came up with the home victory in a triple-overtime thriller. Spencer Smith led the Tigers with 29 points and hit three treys. Wade Miller led Bear River with 20 points and two 3s in the losing effort.


SPANISH FORK 49, JUAB 43: Spanish Fork eked out Juab thanks in large part to a 17-10 second quarter edge. Spanish Forks Ty Henry scored 17 points to lead his team.

PAYSON 83, CARBON 33: Daniel Reno recorded 19 points, Jacob Humphreys had 11 points, and Brycen Wood scored all 12 of his points from behind the 3-point line as the Lions jumped out to an early lead.

DELTA 52, NORTH SANPETE 42: Deltas Taylor Bahr led the way with 18 points and three treys for the home victory over North Sanpete.


BEAVER 54, PAROWAN 53: Braxton Williams scored a game-high 20 points while Zac Burke and Michael Roberts combined for 30 for Beaver.

KANAB 73, ENTERPRISE 68: In a game that saw 77 foul shots, it was Taylor Glovers two free throws with seven seconds on the clock that put the Cowboys back in the lead. Glover finished with five points and Brandon Jenson led Kanab with 25 points. Justin Prisbrey tallied a game-high 26 points for Enterprise in the loss.


NORTH SUMMIT 61, WATERFORD 59: Cameron Smith led North Summit with 20 points in the close win. Waterford hit 10 3-pointers as a team in the loss.

SOUTH SUMMIT 64, SUMMIT ACADEMY 57: Four different players (Garrett Crystal, Brad Richins, Porter Lewis and Beau Rydalch) reached double digits as the Wildcats edged Summit Academy.


SOUTH SEVIER 85, EMERY 72: Race Parsons scored a game-high 42 points with six 3-pointers and 13 boards while Austin Clark threw down 26 with 13 rebounds for the Rams.

RICHFIELD 68, GRAND 41: Jaylon Steck led the Wildcats with 21 points, including three 3-pointers.


WASATCH ACADEMY 70, NORTH SEVIER 47: Cody John scored 22 points to lead the Tigers.

MANTI 49, ALA 27: Manti picked up the easy road victory as it outscored ALA by 19 points in the first half.

MeERIT ACADEMY 48, GUNNISON 36: Hunter Davis and Rodolfo Peralta combined to score 29 points and hit six 3-pointers to lead the Knights on the road.


WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 63, MOUNT VERNON 31: Brandon St. Clair scored 22 points to lead West Ridge over Mount Vernon.

LEGACY PREP 53, ICS 29: Four players scored in double figures for Legacy Prep to give it the win. The group was led by Hunter Harmer who scored 14 points and grabbed 11 boards.

LCA 77, ST. JOSEPH 65: Layton Christian hit some clutch free-throws down the stretch to hold off St. Joseph in the Region 17 match-up. Austin Geddings led the Eagles with a game-high 21 points including four treys.

OAKLEY 54, CONCORDIA PREP 14: Three different players reached double digits, led by Garrett Bolton with 13 points, to lead Oakley in the home victory.


MONTICELLO 64, PINNACLE 55: Monticello slowly but surely expanded its lead to defeat Pinnacle and stay perfect in region play. Gunnar Hollingsworth led the Buckaroos with 19 points.


TABIONA 45, DECHESNE 36: Tabiona outscored visiting Duchesne 16-5 in the first quarter, which proved to be the difference in its nine-point victory. The Tigers were led by Demont Nays 13 points.

RICH 56, MANILA 32: John Acree (19 points), McKay Jarman (11 points), and Wyatt Muirbrook (10 points) each reached double digits in the Rebels victory.

Girls basketball


WEBER 52, NORTHRIDGE 26: Weber doubles the Knights scoring output to earn the region win. Erin Reichle scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 12 boards to lead the Warriors.

DAVIS 39, FREMONT 36: Davis defeated Fremont in a hard-fought Region 1 game thanks to solid play down the stretch. Jessica Richardson led the Darts with 16 points while teammate Natalie Mecham scored 13 points and added nine boards.

LAYTON 50, SYRACUSE 49: The Lancers forced a turnover with just 1.6 seconds remaining and held onto the ball as time ran out to pick up the region victory. Cassidy Anderson bolstered the Layton effort with 16 points and four 3-pointers while Maddi Smith added 13 points.


GRANGER 64, KEARNS 58 (OT): Jessica Matheson dumped in 22 points and hit four 3-pointers while Melisa Kadic and Lile Havili added 14 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the Lancers in the overtime victory.

VIEWMONT 65, TAYLORSVILLE 41: Viewmont earned the double-digit victory led by Katie Toole, who scored 22 points.


CYPRUS 64, CLEARFIELD 58: Abby Barrett led all scorers with 22 points as the Pirates pulled out the hard-fought victory. Jocelyn Jones scored 21 points for Clearfield in the loss.

EAST 53, HIGHLAND 43: Madison Roemer led all scorers with 30 points to lead the Leopards in the rivalry matchup.

BOUNTIFUL 59, WOODS CROSS 42: Bountiful got off to a hot start to earn the double-digit victory over Woods Cross. Tiana Dougher led the Braves with a game-high 13 points.


MURRAY 38, WESTLAKE 34: In the fourth quarter, Murray held onto the ball and the win in a battle against the Thunder. The Spartans were led by Lexi Davies, who recorded eight points, nine boards, and four blocked shots. For Westlake in the loss, Leilani Hansen led all scorers with 13 points and had five steals.


TIMPVIEW 52, PROVO 31: Timpviews Lauryn Dela Cruz scored 17 points to lead her team to victory.

SALEM HILLS 50, MAPLE MTN. 39: Missy Belliston scored a game-high 20 points to lead Salem Hills to the road victory. Aleksa Gappmayer was solid for Maple Mountain in the loss, scoring 16 points and adding 10 boards.

OREM 46, TIMPANOGOS 37: Tatiana Monsen and Selesitila Tenney combined for 21 points to lead the Tigers over Timpanogos. In the loss, Jamaica Christensen led all scorers with 18 points.

SPRINGVILLE 66, MOUNTAIN VIEW 63: Springville held on at the buzzer to take the victory as Mountain View threw up a last-second desperation shot. Savannah Park led the way with 22 points with six from behind the arch and Malia Nawahine added 14 points.


JUAN DIEGO 68, UNION 36: Five different Juan Diego players scored nine points or more as the Soaring Eagle cruised by Union. Monique Mills had a game-high 16 points for JD while Hallie Horrocks led the Cougars with 13.

WASATCH 53, PARK CITY 36: Wasatch stayed consistent scoring double digits in each quarter to defeat Park City at home. Rebecca MaWhinney had a double-double with 18 points with 10 boards, and Ranee Fagg threw down 12 points.


CARBON 47, PAYSON 32: The Dinos clinched the win by making free throws down the stretch. Shailee Croasmun hit nine consecutive foul shots in the second half and led Carbon with a game-high 19 points.


RICHFIELD 47, GRAND 9: Madison Utley led Richfields balanced scoring attack with nine points. The Wildcats had 10 different players score in the blowout win.


WHITEHORSE 72, GREEN RIVER 66: Kristy Dickson and Raphaela Filfred led the Raiders in the road win over Green River with 22 points and 21 points, respectively. In the loss, Michaela Hughes and Jamie Johnson combined for 42 points.


PANGUITCH 50, PIUTE 32: Panguitch had three players score in double-digits, led by Whittni Ortons 18 points. Teammate Taylor Bennet recorded a 12-point, 11-rebound double-double.

MILFORD 55, VALLEY 46: Kennedy Netto had 24 points and Chandler Rose added 15 more for Milford in its road win over Valley.


RICH 27, MANILA 21: Rich eked out Manila thanks in large part to Alisa Petersons game-high 13 points. Emily Catron led Manila with 10 points in the loss.