Boys basketball


KEARNS 68, STANSBURY 39: Kearns pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring Stansbury 27-9. Bushmen Ebet's 19 points were key in the Cougars' road victory.

AMERICAN FORK 74, NORTHRIDGE 50: Spencer Johnson led three Cavemen in double figures with 27 points as American Fork led 21-1 after the first quarter.

WESTLAKE 60, TOOELE 35: Asa McCord, Brayden Holker, Anthony Condie and Maizen Fausett all scored in double figures as Westlake used a 39-15 run in the second and third quarters to pull away from Tooele for the victory.

LONE PEAK 73, LAYTON 70: Nick Curtis and Christian Popoola combined for 37 points for Lone Peak, while Frank Jackson finished the night with 22 points in the narrow victory over visiting Layton. Jarriesse Blackmon paced the Lancers with 26 points in the loss.

PLEASANT GROVE 74, WEST JORDAN 67: In a back-and-forth affair, the strong play of trio Riley Court (18), Brody Childs (16) and Tylor Bott (14) helped Pleasant Grove outlast West Jordan to pick up the narrow victory. Despite the tough loss, Connor Oniki and Dallas Winberg combined for 49 points with nine 3-pointers to lead the Jaguars.

SPRINGVILLE 56, PAYSON 47: Hunter Davis recorded 17 points and seven rebounds while Kaden Hillstead added 17 points, six rebounds and six steals as Springville opened the season with a victory over Payson.

FREMONT 63, MOUNTAIN CREST 56: In a back-and-forth battle, Fremont came away with the victory at home. Silver Wolves' Grant Belnap put in 16 points and his teammates Trevor Allen and Spencer Jones each chipped in with 11 and 10 points, respectively.

LOGAN 74, HUNTER 66: Tyler Brimhall torched the nets for 32 points, nailing six 3-pointers on the night to lead Logan to a slim victory over visiting Hunter. Noah Togiai led the Wolverines with a 24 point effort.

EAST 64, HILLCREST 43: Ryan Hurlburt, Mark Jackson and Dacian Spotted Elk each scored 13 points to lead East to a lopsided victory over Hillcrest. Jordan Sutton contributed 12 points for the Leopards in the win.

SALEM HILLS 77, CEDAR 56: Porter Gustin and Jeff Degraffenried went off and combined for 50 points and 11 3-pointers to propel Salem Hills over Cedar. Kyle Wood's eight points paced the Redmen in the loss.

SYRACUSE 65, BONNEVILLE 56: Syracuse broke the game open in the second and third quarters en route to the win. Kalvin Mudrow led the way with 15 points. Bonneville's Kobe Beatty led all scorers with 20.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 60, CARBON 53: Maple Mountain's dominant first half helped the Golden Eagles hold off Carbon in the fourth quarter to pick up the road victory. Bryson Anderson scored a game-high 19 points while Jake Dixon chipped in 12 more in the win.

LEHI 77, TAYLORSVILLE 49: Jake Barnes led the Lehi charge with 17 points on the night, while Tanner Nygren added 16 for the visitors in the win over Taylorsville.

OREM 60, SPANISH FORK 51: Hayden Young hit five 3-pointers and finished with 18 points for Orem to topple Spanish Fork on the road. The Dons rallied behind 27 combined points from Benson Rhees and Hunter Schofield, but came up short in the comeback bid.

VIEWMONT 59, CLEARFIELD 41: Viewmont pulled away in the fourth quarter doubling up Clearfield 22-11 in the final frame. Josh Richins led the way for the Falcons with 18 points including four three-pointers.

COPPER HILLS 78, BOX ELDER 58: Copper Hills dominated the first half and coasted to the win. Porter Hawkins led the winning side with 16 points. Box Elder's Jarom Mecham led all scorers with 24 points.

WEBER 65, ROY 50: Leading by five with just over three minutes remaining, Weber dominated down the stretch to secure the win. Adam Olpin paced the winning side with 19 points, including three 3-pointers.

PIUTE 73, MILLARD 67: Piute's strong first half helped the T-Birds jump out to an early lead and they protected it in the second half to preserve the win. Four players scored in double figures for Piute, led by JJ Ramos' 20 points and three 3-pointers, to fuel the home team in the win. Sebastian Garcia netted 16 points to set the pace for Millard.

TIMPANOGOS 54, WOODS CROSS 45: AJ Coombs led Timpanogos with 12 points, while Nate Hale and Tanner Melville combined for 20 points in the road victory. Garret Grant finished the night with 16 points, hitting three 3-pointers for Woods Cross in the loss.

SOUTH SEVIER 66, NORTH SANPETE 65: Down four heading into the fourth quarter, South Sevier rallied in the final eight minutes and ended the game on a 21-16 run to stun North Sanpete on the road.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 88, ROCKWELL 65: Zach Scott torched the nets for 35 points, while Gavin Rindlisbacher came off the bench to score 10 points for Summit Academy in the win at home. Ben Jensen led Rockwell with 28 points in the loss.

BEAR RIVER 54, MORGAN 50: Bear River's McKade Mitton had a monster game with 25 points on the night to lead his team to the narrow victory over Morgan.

ROWLAND HALL 54, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 48: Rowland Hall jumped out to a double digit lead in the first half but had to hold on for the six point victory. Kyle Eng and Chris Diehl led the way for Rowland Hall with 22 and 18 points, respectively.

GRANGER 65, CYPRUS 39: Future Utah Ute Makol Mawien opened his senior season by leading Granger with 19 points en route to the win.

MAESER PREP 67, MOUNT VERNON 54: A big second quarter was the difference as Maeser Prep beat Mount Vernon. Lucas Cottle led the way with 21 points.

PARK CITY 71, SKYLINE 58: Bosten VanDerVeur and Sam Kingdon combined for 47 points and six 3-pointers to fuel Park City past Skyline at home. Alex Meldrum netted a game-high 28 points and Zack Boudreaux posted a double-double with 11 points and 15 boards to lead the Eagles in the loss.


ST. JOSEPH 62, PINNACLE 36: The St. Joseph defense held Pinnacle to just 36 points and on the offensive end Nick Gruet and Chris O'Brien combined for 31 points (five 3-pointers) in the win.

UNION 51, JUAB 46: Brady Nielsen and Austin Stewart combined for 27 points, and Union used a 20-8 third quarter advantage to slip past visiting Juab. Dillon Douglas led all scorers with 19 points in the loss.

WEST 56, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 51: Riley Kenner and Xavier Matheson combined for 35 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead West over visiting LCA. Joao Batista led the LCA scorers with 15 points, but the visitors' 16-4 fourth quarter advantage was too much to come back from for the Eagles.


PROVIDENCE HALL 70, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 40: Providence Hall jumped out to a 41-16 halftime lead and cruised to the lopsided victory. Dallin Mortensen led the way with 27 points including four three-pointers.

TABIONA 77, GREEN RIVER 50: Tabiona jumped out to a 24-point advantage at the break and cruised in the second half to blow past Green River. Nathan Webb scored a game-high 18 points while Bailey Hogan added 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists to anchor the home team.

Girls basketball

LONE PEAK 51, HUNTER 36: Lone Peak had a huge first half and outscored Hunter 18-3 from the charity stripe to pick up the home victory. Kelsey McCann went off as she poured in a game-high 32 points in the win.

CORNER CANYON 41, WEST JORDAN 29: Corner Canyon outscored West Jordan 24-14 in the second half to cruise to the double-digit home win. Shelby Evans led the pack with 13 points and three treys in the win.

BOUNTIFUL 59, WEBER 41: Bountiful outscored Weber 20-5 at the charity stripe and went on huge tears in the second and third quarters to blow past the Warriors on the road. Kennedy Redding led all scorers with 25 points in the lopsided win.

SYRACUSE 43, MOUNTAIN CREST 37: With the game tied at halftime, Syracuse won the third and fourth quarters en route to the victory. Mateah Tuckett led the way with 14 points.

COTTONWOOD 49, PAYSON 32: Andrea Brady and Nicole Kristensen combined for 40 points and a couple of treys to help power Cottonwood past Payson at home. Alex Ford's 10-point performance led the way for the Lions in the loss.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 50, PLEASANT GROVE 34: Mountain View jumped out to a big 33-10 lead at the half and held on for the 16-point home victory. Paulani Tarawa and Stephanie Keele scored 11 and 10, respectively in the win.


STANSBURY 45, UINTAH 33: After falling behind early, Stansbury ended the game on a 17-8 run to escape with the road victory over Uintah. Rachel Prescott and Kallie Stewart combined for 26 points to lead the Stallions.

SKY VIEW 63, SKYLINE 62: Lindsey Jensen scored a game-high 30 points for Sky View, as the visitors managed to outlast Skyline in overtime to take a decisive victory. Hillary Weixler paced the Lady Eagles with 21 points in the loss.

COPPER HILLS 50, TAYLORSVILLE 35: Copper Hills outscored Taylorsville by 11 points in the second half to pull away for the road victory. Shirsten Wissinger lead the Grizzlies with 19 points in the win.

AMERICAN FORK 49, ALTA 43: American Fork outscored Alta 26-14 in the second and fourth quarters to edge the Hawks at home. Taylor Moeaki poured in a game-high 27 points and secured four rebounds to power the home team in the win.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 49, OLYMPUS 32: Maple Mountain held Olympus to just nine points in the first half to pick up the dominant victory at home. Liz Eaton scored a game-high 24 points and drilled three 3-pointers to anchor the Golden Eagles.

LAYTON 62, HERRIMAN 22: Layton jumped on Herriman early and cruised to the win. Clara Wood led the Lancers with 17 points.

BINGHAM 56, TIMPANOGOS 42: Marlee Malohi led Bingham with 14 points, while Leya Harvey and Jade Sine each finished with 11 points to lead the Miners to victory. Madison Loftus contributed 10 points for Bingham.

WEST 71, ROCKWELL 19: Rayna Aiono scored 16 points for West as it routed Rockwell.

MILLARD 61, GUNNISON 21: Millard jumped out to a commanding halftime lead and had 11 different players find the box score as the Eagles soared to the dismantling victory at home. Kenlie Lemon netted a game-high 11 points in the win.

DAVIS 61, WESTLAKE 41: McKenzie Day paced Davis with 18 points and seven rebounds in the victory at home over Westlake. The Darts managed to outscore the visitors 21-10 in the fourth quarter.

BEAR RIVER 73, BOX ELDER 64: Alyssa Park hit five 3-pointers Tuesday night, and finished with 23 points to lead Bear River to victory. Keslee Stevenson also had a 23-point night, hitting three 3-pointers for Box Elder in the loss.

HIGHLAND 55, WASATCH 54: Nani Tonga led Highland with 18 points, and Macy Wilson added 11 to help lead Highland to the narrow win at Wasatch. Sydnie Martindale scored a game-high 24 points for Wasatch in the loss.

PANGUITCH 74, NORTH SEVIER 30: Taylor Bennett had a game-high 21 points and secured seven rebounds while teammate Whittni Orton chipped in 18 more to fuel Panguitch past North Sevier. Meisha Johnson's 15 points set the pace for the Wolves in the loss.

CEDAR 54, BEAVER 20: Cedar controlled the first quarter and didn't look back en route to the big win. Courtney Morley led the winning side with 11 points.

MILFORD 49, MANTI 39: Milford broke the game open in the third quarter and Manti couldn't come back. Karissa Yee led the way with 14 points.

NORTH SANPETE 51, CANYON VIEW 46: North Sanpete used a big second quarter (19-8) to get a lead that it would never relinquish. Jacey Dunn and Crystal Coates led the Hawks with 21 and 14 points apiece. Canyon View's Shontae Clark scored 22 points (four 3-pointers) in the loss.

SPRINGVILLE 54, FREMONT 46: Down at halftime, Springville used a strong third quarter to take the lead and then held on to beat Fremont. Olivia Park and Lydia Austin combined for 28 points to pace the Red Devils.

CARBON 59, SPANISH FORK 45: Carbon stormed back from a 10-point halftime deficit and outscored Spanish Fork 36-12 in the second half to blow past the Dons in the home victory. Jordan Scoggins and Beth Child each netted a game-high 14 points while Lindsey Blanc chipped in 11 more to fuel the home team. Cambrie Hazel's 12 points set the pace for Spanish Fork in the loss.

DESERT HILLS 79, ENTERPRISE 40: Ashley Beckstrand had 24 points and hit 4 3-pointers as the Thunder got the season off to a good start.

JUAN DIEGO 63, BRIGHTON 59: Juan Diego took a narrow three-point edge at the break and held on in the second half to eek out the road victory over Brighton. Monique Mills and Becca Curran combined for 44 points and six 3-pointers to power the Soaring Eagle in the win, while Dani Barton's 16 points led the way for the Bengals in the loss.

PARK CITY 34, HILLCREST 32: Park City added to its lead after each quarter and held off a late charge from Hillcrest to escape with the narrow road win. Three different players led the Miners with six points.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 55, PINNACLE 34: Lexi Johnson went off for 19 points and drilled four treys and the ALA seniors came up big to help the Eagles soar over Pinnacle at home.

DELTA 45, MAESER PREP 25: Hayley Sorensen led all scorers with 13 points to help Delta cruise past Maeser Prep at home.

SOUTH SEVIER 68, PIUTE 55: Brielle Chisolm led South Sevier with 18 points in the win at home. Shaylee Gleave led all scorers with 26 points for Piute in the loss.

ST. JOSEPH 60, GRANTSVILLE 37: After taking a nine-point lead at the break, St. Joseph opened up the second half on a 22-8 run to pick up the dismantling win over Grantsville. Kathleen Tomon netted a game-high 22 points and grabbed eight boards, while teammate Mady White filled up the stat sheet with 16 points, three rebounds, five assists and seven steals to pave the way for the Jayhawks in the win.

SAN JUAN 49, GREEN RIVER 27: Tyla Morris scored 16 points for San Juan Tuesday night to lead the visitors to the road win.

TINTIC 45, ROWLAND HALL 34: After falling behind 15-6 in the first quarter, Tintic outscored Rowland Hall 39-19 over the final three quarters to get the win. Tina and Bailey Wall scored 13 and 11 points apiece in the win.

ALTAMONT 49, DUGWAY 18: McKelle Zeeman led all scorers Tuesday night with 11 points, as Altamont cruised to the first win of the season over Dugway. The Longhorns finished the game on a 10-0 run to seal the victory.

MURRAY 54, ROY 32: Shay Potter and Cory Stout combined for 29 points as the Spartans closed the game on an 18-6 run.

PINE VIEW 51, RICHFIELD 48: Trailing by three after the third quarter, Pine View controlled the fourth and snagged the win. Natasha Fiame led the way with 14 points.