Boys basketball


PAYSON 67, HURRICANE 52: Three Payson Lions reached double figures to offset Hurricane's Cody LeBaron's 26-point effort. Daniel Reno, Mark Wolf and Brycen Wood all scored 10 or more.

DESERT HILLS 52, RICHFIELD 33: Quincy Matthews led the Thunder with 13 points in the win over Desert Hills.

TWIN FALLS, IDAHO 71, MOUNTAIN CREST 61: Despite three players scoring in double figures, Mountain Crest couldn't pull off the win as the Mustangs fell to Twin Falls, Idaho. Kaedon Buchmiller led the way with 16 points in the loss.

SOUTH SUMMIT 52, BEN LOMOND 31: Beau Rydalch led all scorers with 22 points to help the Wildcats secure the road victory over Ben Lomond.

HIGHLAND, IDAHO 58, SKY VIEW 57: Sky View fought back in the second half but fell to Highland, Idaho in the Rigo Chaparro State Farm Tip Off Classic. Riley Panter drilled four treys and scored a team-high 14 points in the loss.

CARBON 67, OGDEN 59: Carbon went 31-for-39 from the stripe to pick up its first win of the season against Ogden. Jarod Lessar led the way for the Dinos with a game-high 14 points.

BINGHAM 71, OVERLAND, COLO. 65: Bingham had four players reach double figures as the Miners survived the back-and-forth contest against Overland, Colo. in the Great Western Shootout. Jordan Evans led the Miners with 18 points, while De'Ron Davis scored a game-high 20 points in the loss.

MILFORD 64, DUGWAY 44: Ethan Young buried a couple of treys and scored a game-high 16 points to help Milford pick up the home win over Dugway. Ben Shepard netted 14 points in the loss.

GUNNISON 53, GRAND 46: Tyson Moosman led the Bulldogs with 16 points, and Mason Powell finished with a double-double of 12 points and 12 rebounds.

SAN JUAN 51, MILLARD 43: DiQuan Lopez led the Broncos with 20 points in the victory over Millard. In the loss, Jeffrey Robison led all scorers with 24 points.

ROY 67, PROVO 41: Dakota Nalder and Brekkott Chapman combined for 27 points as the Royals opened the second half on a 22-8 run.

MONTICELLO 65, CORTEZ, COLO. 47: Austin Maloy led the Buckaroos at the Cortez Tournament with 25 points.

DUCHESNE 57, WAYNE 42: Alex Gatherum led the Eagles with 15 points in the win over Wayne.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 63, NORTH SEVIER 49: Christian Musoko dominated for the Eagles with 27 points.

Girls basketball

TIMPVIEW 46, CEDAR 36: Lauryn De La Cruz dropped 15 points and finished with five steals while teammate Lacy Haddock recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 boards to lift Timpview over Cedar.

NORTH SANPETE 40, CANYON VIEW 39: Taylor Gordon (13) and Keisha Jorgenson (10) each scored in double figures for the Hawks, while Ashley Nuttall hit the last bucket to put North Sanpete ahead in the narrow win over Canyon View. In the loss, Josie Platt led all scorers with 17 points.

MORGAN 68, CARBON 47: Rashel Blazzard posed 16 points as the Trojans opened the second half on a 17-8 run.

UINTAH 56, TOOELE 38: Ten different players, led by Erin Elder with 10 points, scored for the Utes in the victory over Tooele. Baylee Hansen led the Buffaloes with 10 points in the loss.

WASATCH ACADEMY 48, PINNACLE 40: The Tigers were able to secure the road victory over Pinnacle. In the loss, Raycee Birch led the Panthers with 17 points.

SNOW CANYON 55, PAYSON 37: Grace Walton and Madison Mooring combined for 26 points in the win over Payson.

VALLEY 49, KANAB 41: Audrey Harris torched Kanab for 16 points while Heather Roundy and Nicole Roundy each added 13 more points as the Buffaloes outlasted the Cowboys in the Buffalo Shootout.


ALTAMONT 58, ROCKWELL 39: Despite a 26-point performance from Anga Anquin, Altamont got to the free-throw line and made the necessary plays to come away with the victory. Nicole Lemmon led the Longhorns with 16 points and McKelle Zeeman added 14 more in the win.

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BINGHAM 50, KEARNS 27: Ten players scored for the Miners as Bingham opened the second half on an 18-2 run.

UINTAH 38, OREM 31: Erin Elder contributed 13 points for the Utes in the home win over Orem. Kylee Tuimamei led the Tigers with 11 points in the loss.

BONNEVILLE 47, FREMONT 38: Cortney Porter posted 18 points as the Lakers led 12-4 after the first quarter.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 47, RICHFIELD 40: Kailie Quinn led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

GREEN RIVER 39, TABIONA 32: Kira Engleman and Taylor Johnson combined for 30 points as the Pirates closed the first half on a 12-4 run.