Boys basketball



AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 65, ROWLAND HALL 45: Neil Davis finished with the 18-point, 12-rebound double-double to lead ALA to a 20-point victory over visiting Rowland Hall. Hudson Chapple contributed 23 points in the ALA win.

OLYMPUS 82, WEST JORDAN 59: Alec Monson scored 30 points, and Jake Lindsey added 20 points of his own to lead Olympus past West Jordan at the Utah Autism Foundation Holiday Classic.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 75, ARBOR VIEW, NEV. 60: Wyatt Allred, Manuel Ortiz and Ryan Warner scored in double figures, as well as making the all-tournament team, during the Energy Classic in Gillette, Wyo.

AMERICAN FORK 57, VIEWMONT 35: Tyler Rawson led the Cavemen with 15 points in the lopsided win over Viewmont.

TOOELE 45, MERIT ACADEMY 43: Tooele's strong third quarter was the difference-maker in Saturday's narrow win over Merit Academy. Justin Pollmann led the Buffaloes with 19 points and one 3-pointer, while Tyler Lawrence netted 11 points.

NORTH SEVIER 52, MANTI 47: Trevor Okerlund and Fisher Anderson each scored 13 points to lead North Sevier past Manti on the road.

UNION 69, DUCHESNE 30: Union jumped out to a 20-4 first quarter lead, and never looked back in the blowout win at home. Brady Nielsen finished with a game-high 20 points.

GRANTSVILLE 47, CANYON VIEW 30: Devin Adams led the Cowboys to victory, scoring a game-high 19 points for Grantsville.

EL CAPITAN, ARIZ. 63, KANAB 62: Mark Bate scored 21 points in the losing effort for Kanab, which dug itself out of a deep hole to keep the game undecided until the final buzzer.

PAROWAN 46, STANSBURY 41: Led by Caleb Murphy's 12 points and 11-rebound double-double, Parowan rallied late to pick up a win at the Steve Hodson Classic. Gage Manzione managed 13 points for Stansbury in the loss.

GRAND 82, MAESER PREP 29: Koi Cook led three Red Devils in double figures with 17 points in the blowout victory over Maeser Prep.

ROY 71, FREMONT 52: Brekkott Chapman led all scorers with 21 points in the win over Fremont. In the loss, Cameron Chugg added 17 points, including five treys.

NORTH SUMMIT 63, MANILA 52: Cameron Smith led all scorers with 23 points in the home win over Manila. Ben Rose managed to score 19 points in the Mustangs loss.

GREEN RIVER 65, TINTIC 40: Corbin Mecham scored a game high 23 points, and nabbed four rebounds in the 15 point win over Tintic.

DIXIE 68, DELTA 47: Jake Hawes dropped in 23 points, and Sam Guymon added 13 of his own to help Dixie trounce Delta on the road. The Flyers opened the game on a 25-10 run, and never relinquished the lead.

NORTH SANPETE 43, BEN LOMOND 33: NIne players scored for the Hawks in the home win over Ben Lomond.

Girls basketball


RICH 40, MANILA 29: Cami Lamborn and Ellen Peart combined for 26 points in the double digit victory over Manila.


PANGUITCH 64, BRYCE VALLEY 24: Darri Frandsen went off for Panguitch, scoring a spectacular 27 points to lead Panguitch past visiting Bryce Valley.

MILFORD 65, ESCALANTE 28: Chandler Rose led Milford with a game-high 21 points, while Kennedy Netto contributed 15 points in the blowout win over Escalante.

PIUTE 67, VALLEY 63: Four players scored in double figures to get the overtime win over Valley.


JUAN DIEGO 48, DIXIE 37: Three players scored in double digits for Juan Diego in the road win over Dixie.

CANYON VIEW 44, WEST 24: Josie Platt scored a game-high 19 points for Canyon View, as the host team outscored West in all four quarters to take the lopsided victory.

CARBON 46, UINTAH 33: Shelby Cornforth led Carbon with 11 points, as the visitors used a 26-12 first half advantage to cruise past Uintah at home.

STANSBURY 34, CEDAR 32: Shyan Adams led the Stallions with 10 points at the Steve Hodson Cancer Classic.

ALTAMONT 60, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 27: Nikole Lemon and Mckelle Zeeman combined for 25 points in the lopsided win over West Ridge Academy.

GRAND 45, MONTICELLO 27: Shailee Croasmun finished with 20 points and four rebounds, as Grand thumped visiting Monticello.

NORTH SANPETE 54, HURRICANE 43: Taylor Gordon and Jacey Dunn combined for 32 of the 54 total points for North Sanpete in the tournament victory.

WAYNE 74, DIAMOND RANCH 15: Wayne defeated Diamond Ranch in a very lopsided victory. Carlie Chappell scored a game-high 18 points.