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Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Riverton's Brandon Sly drives to the basket ahead of Bingham's Mike Green as Bingham and Riverton play Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013 at Bingham. Riverton won 70-69.

Boys basketball


GUNNISON 65, DUCHESNE 27: Gunnison limited Duchesne to 10 points in the first three quarters in the lopsided win.

COTTONWOOD 55, HERRIMAN 51: Cameron Brady earned 24 points for the Colts and Austin Simmons contributed a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds in the win over Herriman.

BRIGHTON 72, WESTLAKE 52: Four players reached double figures in the big win for Brighton. Eric Bennion and Chandler Gee each had 15 points apiece.

PIUTE 79, MILLARD 46: Five different Piute scorers finished in double figures, led by a 20-point performance from Matthew Millett to open the season with a victory at Millard.

MOUNTAIN CREST 67, FREMONT 60: Tanner Kirby scored a game-high of 18 points to lead the Mustangs in the home win over Fremont.

RIVERTON 70, BINGHAM 69: Riverton topped its crosstown rival, Bingham, behind a furious fourth-quarter rally. Jaron Jones had 26 points and Brandon Sly had 19 points.

EAST 64, HILLCREST 46: Mitch Grant shot lights out from the field; connecting on four shots from 3-point land to lead East to a big win over Hillcrest to open the season.

LAYTON 75, WEST 53: Mike Hibbert earned a game-high of 27 points, including two 3-pointers, in the road win over West.

PAYSON 57, PROVO 47: Paysons Daniel Reno led all scorers with 26 points and two 3-pointers in the win. The Lions blanked Provo in the first quarter.

ST. JOSEPH 48, ROWLAND HALL 40: Nick Gruet and Chris OBrien combined for 28 points in the home win over Rowland Hall.

SYRACUSE 77, ROY 65: Josh Herfel scored 18 points, Michael Phelps scored 15 points, and Braden Hall scored 13 points for the Titans in the win over Roy. In the loss, Blake Lamb earned 30 points for the game high.

SPANISH FORK 66, UINTAH 45: Hayes Hall put on a shooting clinic, scoring 28 points, including 18 from beyond the arc to bury visiting Uintah in the season opener. Benson Rhees also added 11 points of his own in the winning effort by Spanish Fork.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 88, CARBON 35: Maple Mountains Kaden Poulsen and Bryson Anderson teamed up for 53 points and five 3-pointers in the win.

RICHFIELD 57, CANYON VIEW 53: The Wildcats scored consistently to earn the win over Canyon View in the season opener.

CYPRUS 53, GRANGER 52: Raheim Harris, Christian Xagnaphong, and Dallas Garreaud combined for 37 points to lead the Pirates to the narrow win over the Lancers. Makol Mawien scored 16 points in the loss.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 65, LEHI 57: Mountain View connected on 22 of 31 free-throw attempts, which proved to be the difference in a down-to-the-wire fourth quarter. Spencer Conrad and Emanuel Ortiz chipped in 16 points apiece.

TAYLORSVILLE 80, WEST JORDAN 79: Taylorsville delivered a heavy-dose of opening night magic in a double overtime win. Sidney Freeman scored 25 points and Aaron Canepari added 14 more. In the loss, Brent Beales dropped a game-high 28 points and Malique McCoy scored 23 points.

TABIONA 62, GREEN RIVER 58: Demont Nay led the Tigers with 22 points, while Jarret Lefler contributed 11 rebounds in the home win over Green River.

VIEWMONT 43, CLEARFIELD 30: Viewmont outscored Clearfield 20-4 in the fourth quarter to earn the opening night win.

EMERY 71, ENTERPRISE 67: Baily Faimalo led the Spartans with 20 points, including two 3-pointers, in the home win over Enterprise. In the loss, Justin Prisbrey earned a game-high of 28 points.

JUAB 70, UNION 62: Juab connected on 23 of 29 free-throw attempts in the close win over Union. Josh Clark poured in 26 points and Jeff Rowley added 22 more.

SKYLINE 55, PARK CITY 41: Alex Meldrum (17), Michael Binford (16) and John Cronin (13) all reached double digit scoring figures as Skyline pulled away after an early first quarter lead.

AMERICAN FORK 86, SNOW CANYON 47: Brendan Bailey, Tyler Rawson, Spencer Johnson, and Ryan Andrus all finished in double figures as the Cavemen rolled past Snow Canyon to kick off the season.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 64, OGDEN 53: Christian Musoko dominated with 26 points, 18 rebounds and seven blocks in Layton Christians win over Ogden.

WASATCH 60, JORDAN 55: Nathan Dow scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Wasatch to the victory over visiting Jordan.

SOUTH SEVIER 54, NORTH SANPETE 43: Three players reached double figures for the Rams, led by Trevor Jones 15 points.

KANAB 57, BRYCE VALLEY 48: Mark Bate led all scorers with 27 points in the home win over Bryce Valley.

SHIPROCK, N.M. 79, SAN JUAN 69: DiQuan Lopez and Matt Morley combined for 28 points and two 3-pointers as San Juan fell to Shiprock.

WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 77, ROCKWELL JV 49: After a relatively close first half, West Ridge pulled away behind Luke Evans and Alec Metzger, who teamed up for 58 points.

Girls basketball

PIUTE 63, EMERY 58: Shaylee Gleaves 20 points propelled Piute past Emery. Whitney Westwood added 19 points while Kierra Gleave chipped in 10 points.

DIXIE 25, RICHFIELD 19: Dixies Liz Empeys 11 points proved to be the difference in an extremely low-scoring opening night game.

RIVERTON 57, SPRINGVILLE 37: Riverton sister duo, Lateesha and Shelby Richards, shined with 16 and 11 points respectively as the Silverwolves systematically defeated Springville to start the season off on a victory.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 81, LEHI 47: Judge Memorial surpassed 20 points in all three final quarters to fly past Lehi.

CEDAR 39, BEAVER 38: Cedar hung on to squeak out the win against Beaver despite poor play in the second half of the game. Courtney Morley led the Redmen with 14 points.

COTTONWOOD 60, PAYSON 39: Eight players scored for Cottonwood in the road win over Payson.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 82, ROCKWELL 25: Four different Summit Academy players reached double figures in a lopsided opening night game.

NORTH SANPETE 48, SALEM HILLS 36: Taylor Gordon led all scorers with 24 points to push North Sanpete to the big season-opening win over Salem Hills.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 44, MAESER PREP 27: Jessica Brown led the Eagles with 14 points in the win over Maeser Prep.

LAYTON 55, WOODS CROSS 29: Jaden Anderson and Megan Benson combined for 27 points, and Layton limited Woods Cross to four points in the first and fourth quarters to earn the opening night win.

BONNEVILLE 54, TIMPVIEW 46: The Lakers hit 18 free throws to help them secure the season opener win. Cortney Porter led all scorers with 20 points.

BOUNTIFUL 57, WEBER 43: Kennedy Redding had 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Braves to the win.

MORGAN 79, BOX ELDER 33: Morgan outscored Box Elder in the final quarter by 19 points behind Breanna Hurlbut, Rashel Blazzard and Lizzie Peterson.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 48, WASATCH 42: Eight players contributed offensively for Mountain View with Paulani Tarawa and Amanda Turnbull accounting for 25 points in the win.

HILLCREST 57, PARK CITY 48: Hillcrest jumped quickly on a sluggish Park City squad, taking a 14-4 lead after the first quarter, and held on to win big on the road to open the season. Myrsa McVey led the Huskies with 17 points.

ROWLAND HALL 40, DUGWAY 15: Ten players scored for Rowland Hall, led by Sarah Birkett with 10 points, in the comfortable win over Dugway. In the loss, Allie Wall led the Mustangs with nine points.

BRIGHTON 49, DAVIS 32: Lindsey Johnson, McCall Christensen, and Maddy Chin all finished in double figures in a great defensive showing for the Bengals in their win over Davis.

NORTH SEVIER 50, GUNNISON 36: The Wolves jumped out to a 33-14 lead in the first half, and continued on to secure the comfortable victory at home. Cassidee Shepherd led all scorers with 22 points in the win.

STANSBURY 55, UINTAH 52: After a slow first quarter, the Stallions rallied back to earn the win over the Utes. Bailey Wilson picked up a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds for Stansbury.

SNOW CANYON 61, DELTA 59: Snow Canyon hung on to win in a thriller thanks to tremendous contributions from Grace Walton, who netted 20 points, and Madison Mooring, who added 14 from the field.

CLEARFIELD 51, BEN LOMOND 41: Lexi Taylor scored 12 points and Tayley Stoddart added 11 more in the win for Clearfield.

GRANGER 67, CYPRUS 47: Melisa Kadic started off the the season with a bang, scoring 25 points, including 12 from beyond the arc to lead Granger to the win.

SKYLINE 63, SKY VIEW 55: Sydnee Taylor (18) and Hillary Weixler (13) each scored in double digits to lead the Eagles in the win over Sky View.

MILFORD 59, MILLARD 55: Kennedy Netto and Chandler Rose led the Milford winning effort in the comeback win for Milford to open the season on a high note.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 68, OLYMPUS 60: Liz Eaton led all scorers with 28 points as the Titans could not recover after Maple Mountain took a big halftime lead. Maddie Willams also chipped 16 points of her own in the win.

TINTIC 54, PINNACLE 38: Esther Pehrson and Bailey Wall each scored 13 points as Tintic rolled past Pinnacle for its first victory of the season.

ROY 48, BEAR RIVER 24: Roys Shelby Harvey dropped 13 points and Aubrey Porter added 11 in the win.

NORTHRIDGE 55, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 13: Northridge collectively dished out 10 assists and recorded 26 steals in the win. Ann Tueller led the way for the Knights with 14 points while Jessica Ellis added 10 points

TAYLORSVILLE 45, TOOELE 34: Taylorsville cushioned its lead at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, and behind Whitney Olsen it picked up the road win.

MURRAY 30, WEST 23: Bailey Leiter scored eight points with 12 rebounds in Murrays win over West.

HERRIMAN 47, JORDAN 27: Ashlee Burge was the lone player on either side to reach double figures, and behind a 14-2 third quarter burst, Herriman claimed the win.

DESERT HILLS 69, ENTERPRISE 40: Desert Hills finished strongly, outscoring Enterprise 26-9 in the fourth quarter. Haley Bodnar had 16 points in the win.

WESTLAKE 39, OREM 26: Leilani Hansen led all scorers with 12 points in the Westlake win over Orem.

UNION 40, GRANTSVILLE 25: Hallie Horrocks earned a game-high of 12 points to lead the Cougars in the win over Grantsville.

HUNTER 49, KEARNS 43: Tess Matagi and Kimauri Toia collectively scored 30 points with two 3-pointers to help Hunter grab an early season win.

PROVO 53, CORNER CANYON 15: Noa Talia picked up where she left off for the Bulldogs. with a double-double of 22 points and 14 rebounds.