KEARNS 74, OGDEN 54: Tayler Marteliz set the tone of the game with eight steals in the first half to propel Kearns to the lopsided win. Marteliz finished the game with 20 points, sinking five 3-pointers, in the victory at home.
SKY VIEW 63, FREMONT 53: Austin Jeppson paced Sky View with 19 points, hitting a pair of 3-pointers on the night in the win at home. Grant Belnap led all scores with 20 points for Fremont in the loss.
OLYMPUS 74, TAYLORSVILLE 60: Jake Lindsey led the Titans with 30 points in the victory over Taylorsville. Jameson Tonge earned 28 points for the Warriors in the loss.
AMERICAN FORK 81, BOUNTIFUL 75: American Fork committed just six turnovers while Brendan Bailey scored a team-high 28 points and teammate Spencer Johnson chipped in 23 more to propel the Cavemen over Bountiful at home. Zac Seljaas poured in a game-high 33 points in the loss.
COPPER HILLS 63, LAYTON 58: Preston Sanchez led three Grizzlies in double figures with 26 points.
SYRACUSE 48, WEST JORDAN 45: Hayden Sessions anchored the Titans with 19 points, including five treys, in the home victory over West Jordan.
RIVERTON 66, JUDGE MEMORIAL 44: Riverton was able to blow the game open in the third quarter and extended its lead in the fourth to preserve the road win over Judge Memorial. Jaron Jones led the Silverwolves with 15 points, while Joey Andrews and Colton Bailey each added 11 to fuel the road team.
ROY 55, SPRINGVILLE 50: Roy picked up its first win of the season with a comeback victory over Springville, as Cody Hobbs netted 19 points and hit four shots from downtown for the Royals.
LONE PEAK 69, JORDAN 45: Frank Jackson led Lone Peak with 18 points in the lopsided road win at Jordan.
MURRAY 56, HUNTER 48: AJ Hodges and Zach Dickerson combined for 29 points for Murray, and the home team picked up its first win of the season.
EAST 59, SKYLINE 49: Dacian Spotted Elk scored a team-high 20 points, while Mark Jackson added 13 points to lead East past Skyline on the road. Alex Meldrum finished the night with 25 points for the Eagles in the loss.
COTTONWOOD 60, CYPRUS 57: Kalin Facemyer netted 19 points in the narrow Cottonwood victory Tuesday night, helping the Colts finish the game on a 26-13 run to pick up the first win of the year.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 69, SPANISH FORK 68: Darrian Briggs hit the clutch shot of the night to give Mountain View its first lead in the game, which ended up being the game-winner for the visiting Bruins. Roman McKnight fueled the Bruins run with 24 points.
BRIGHTON 67, DAVIS 58: Brighton closed the game on a 25-12 run and outscored Davis 18-2 at the charity stripe to pick up the quality road win over the Darts. Brighton had four players score in double figures in the win, anchored by Brock Millers game-high 32 points.
ENTERPRISE 66, SNOW CANYON 62
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 69, PAYSON 67: Kade Poulsen scored 21 points and Bryson Anderson grabbed 10 rebounds as the Golden Eagles picked up the narrow win on the road.
OREM 49, JUAN DIEGO 43: Richard Harward led the Tigers with a double-double of 21 points and 16 rebounds in the narrow victory over Juan Diego.
NORTHRIDGE 78, WOODS CROSS 67: Braxton Geiselmayr led Northridge with 18 points, and teammate Jamie Gertge added 16 points in the road victory at Woods Cross. Zach Parrish scored 25 points in the Wildcats loss.
BINGHAM 82, TIMPANOGOS 57: Josh Newbold led the Miners with 20 points while teammate Yoeli Childs earned a double-double of 19 points and 16 rebounds in the victory over Timpanogos.
PLEASANT GROVE 81, SALEM HILLS 63: Riley Court torched Salem Hills for 37 points Tuesday night, as visiting Pleasant Grove managed to skip past the home team with an incredible start and finish.
TIMPVIEW 59, ALTA 52: Timpview jumped out to a 26-8 halftime lead, but the Thunderbirds had to hold on after a second-half run by Alta made the game close down the stretch. Gavin Baxter led the way for Timpview with 19 points, including three 3-pointers.
BEAR RIVER 63, SUMMIT ACADEMY 51: Bear River jumped out to a commanding lead after the first quarter and held on the rest of the way to pick up the road win over Summit Academy. Jordan Sanchez scored a game-high 22 points in the win, while Tyler Farris 17-point performance set the pace for the home team.
LEHI 88, WEST 78: Tanner Nygren led the Pioneers with 39 points in the home victory over West. Riley Kenner earned 23 points for the Panthers in the loss.
CENTENNIAL, NEV. 62, DESERT HILLS 44: Quincy Mathews finished the night with 14 points and six rebounds, while Austin Adams added 13 points for Desert Hills in the loss at home.
UINTAH 66, SOUTH SUMMIT 55: Max Mansfield, Jordan Cushing, and Jurey Beddes each reached double-digits in the road victory over South Summit. In the loss, Jason Griffin led the Wildcats with 25 points.
KANAB 65, CANYON VIEW JV 57: Kanab picked up its first victory of the season with a win over Canyon Views JV team. Davin Houston played well for the Cowboys as he had 19 points including three 3-pointers.
WATERFORD 60, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 17: Jackson Sponaugle and Mufi Hunt combined for 32 points to help propel Waterford over Intermountain Christian on the road.
GREEN RIVER 70, WAYNE 63: Thomas Hughes drained four treys on his way to 29 points to lead the Pirates.
SHIPROCK NORTHWEST, N.M. 59, WHITEHORSE 55
RIVERTON 60, ROY 37: Kirsten Spencer led all scorers with 16 points for Riverton, as the home team enjoyed an early lead to cruise to the finish. Tiena Afu and Tess Campbell combined for 21 points in the Riverton victory.
LONE PEAK 58, JORDAN 49: Kelsey McCann led Lone Peak with 17 points in the solid road win over Jordan. Tabby Jones torched the nets for the Beetdiggers Tuesday night, finishing with 31 points in the loss.
PROVO 43, CORNER CANYON 30: Abby Moore came up with some clutch plays in the fourth quarter and drilled key free throws down the stretch to help Provo outlast Corner Canyon. Moore led all scorers with 12 points in the win, while Rachel Carter added nine more to fuel the home team.
TOOELE 62, CYPRUS 42: 12 different players scored for the Buffaloes in the home victory over Cyprus.
DAVIS 51, WEST JORDAN 30: Davis dominant first half helped the Darts fly past West Jordan on the road. Kayley Neilson netted a game-high 16 points in the lopsided win.
COPPER HILLS 64, NORTHRIDGE 48
STANSBURY 48, PAYSON 35: Kallie Stewart recorded a double-double Tuesday night with 14 points and 11 rebounds, while teammate Rachel Prescott finished with a game-high 15 points for Stansbury.
BINGHAM 62, PLEASANT GROVE 55: Jade Sine led Bingham with 16 points, while Leya Harvey and Madison Loftus each contributed 14 points to give the Miners a solid road victory at Pleasant Grove.
MORGAN 67, MOUNTAIN CREST 38
NORTH SANPETE 68, LEHI 52: North Sanpete got off to a hot start and never looked back as it blew past Lehi to pick up the win. Jacey Dunn led all scorers with 24 points, while teammate Crystal Coates added 12 more in the win.
GRANGER 68, BOX ELDER 60: Jessica Matheson had the hot hand for Granger Tuesday evening, draining four 3-pointers and finishing the night with a game-high 29 points in the road victory.
SKYLINE 36, BONNEVILLE 31: Skyline held Bonneville to just seven points in the second half to pick up the narrow road victory. Three players scored a team-high eight points to fuel the Eagles in the win.
LAYTON 45, WOODS CROSS 30: Hailey Bassett finished with 11 points, and Clara Wood added 10 points for Layton in the win at Woods Cross.
ALTA 57, WESTLAKE 41
CLEARFIELD 60, WEST 45: Clearfield doubled up West 18-6 in the second and fourth quarters to pick up the double-digit victory at home. Bailey Douglas led all scorers with 16 points, while Lucy Evans added seven more and secured 11 rebounds in the win.
TAYLORSVILLE 50, OLYMPUS 43: Taylorsville outscored Olympus 32-19 in the second and third quarters to pick up the narrow road win. Kaitlin Toluono and Whitney Olson combined for 26 points in the win.BOUNTIFUL 58, VIEWMONT 45: Kennedy Redding turned in a monstrous double-double with 25 points and 24 rebounds to help power Bountiful over Viewmont on the road. Katie Toole poured in a team-high 24 points in the loss.
SALEM HILLS 68, OREM 47: Tiffany Madson broke Salem Hills school record for points in a game with 35, draining seven 3-pointers in the big road win at Orem. Cylee Tuimaunei netted 23 points for the Tigers in the loss.
AMERICAN FORK 60, MOUNTAIN VIEW 45: American Fork opened up the second half on a 16-4 run to blow past Mountain View on the road. Taylor Moeaki torched the home team for 21 points in the win, while Gentry Oldham scored a team-high 17 points in the loss.
HERRIMAN 46, WASATCH 41: Lexi Smith paced the Herriman offense with 20 points on the evening, as the home side managed to hold off a late Wasatch rally in the fourth quarter to secure the win.
COTTONWOOD 56, HIGHLAND 55: Andrea Brady torched Highland for a game-high 27 points while teammate Nicole Kristensen chipped in 19 more to fuel the Colts past the Rams at home.
MILLARD 53, SOUTH SEVIER 38: Millard was able to move to 2-0 on the season after defeating the Rams at home. Millard was able to spread out the attack as eight different players were able to find the box score.
DELTA 36, JUAB 34: Delta finished the game strong with a 9-5 fourth-quarter advantage to steal the narrow victory at home. Miranda Petersen and Harlee Willoughby combined for 16 points in the win.
BEAVER 37, HURRICANE 29: Angela Roberts led all scorers with 18 points as the Beavers secured the road win over Hurricane.
SOUTH SUMMIT 44, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 32: South Summits senior-heavy and experienced team was too much for Layton Christian as the Wildcats picked up the road victory. Rachel Rydalch scored a team-high 14 points in the win.
BEAR RIVER 43, LOGAN 40: Jenny Bitner and Tamika Rodriguez combined for 22 points to lead the Bears in the narrow victory over Logan. Kayla Hugie led all scorers with 13 points in the loss.
PIUTE 60, MANTI 43: Piute rebounded in the third quarter after blowing a 14-point halftime lead, as Shaylee Gleave led all scores with 23 points for the T-Birds.
BRIGHTON 71, FREMONT 55: Dani Barton earned a game-high 26 points while Brooke Ingles contributed another 22 in the victory over Fremont. Harley Hansen led the Silver Wolves with 17 points in the loss.
SPANISH FORK 65, TIMPANOGOS 58: Spanish Fork was able to pick up its first win of the season on Tuesday night as Kenzie Branch led four Mighty Dons in double figures with 21 points.
CARBON 49, UNION 38: Carbon started and ended the game on 14-3 runs to pick up the narrow road win over Union.
CEDAR 59, ENTERPRISE 32: Cedar jumped out to a commanding lead at halftime and cruised in the second half to blow past defending 2A champ Enterprise at home. Lisa Ballenger scored a game-high 22 points and drilled four treys to power the home team in the win.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 44, BEN LOMOND 26: American Leadership was able to get off to a fast start, and hold on for the victory against Ben Lomond. Jessica Brown and Lexi Johnson combined for 30 points for ALA.
GRAND 48, GREEN RIVER 34: Talaunee Croasmun led the Red Devils with 25 points.
PINNACLE 50, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 25: Raycee Birch led Pinnacle with 20 points in the road victory over West Ridge. In the loss, Monica Smith and Becca Tew combined for all 25 points.
NORTH SEVIER 51, GUNNISON 22: Kodi Curtis and Hailey Higgs each reached double figures as the Wolves routed Gunnison on the road.
MILFORD 44, PAROWAN 38: Jaycee Denny and Emily Barnes combined for 27 points for Milford in the solid road victory at Parowan. Barnes finished with a monstrous double-double as she also secured 17 boards in the win.
UINTAH 35, EMERY 29: Uintahs Kaitlyn Meyers led her team with 17 points (three 3-pointers) in the narrow six-point victory on the road.
JUAN DIEGO 69, HILLCREST 43: Monique Mills scored a game-high 23 points for Juan Diego, and Dominique Mills added 16 points to help the Soaring Eagle cruise past Hillcrest on the road.
NORTH SUMMIT 60, DUCHESNE 42: North Summit kicked off its season with a nice win over Duchesne. Haylee McQueen, Kasidee Evans, and Elise Richins all scored in double figures for North Summit.
HUNTER 50, KEARNS 25: Kimauri Toia led Hunter to victory with 20 points on the night, doubling up visiting Kearns Tuesday night.
CENTENNIAL, ARIZ. 80, DESERT HILLS 43: Kenzie Done led the Thunder with 18 points in the loss against Centennial, Ariz.
ROCKWELL 58, AMERICAN PREPARATORY ACADEMY 9: Cassie Young had a terrific performance as she netted a game-high 30 points to lead Rockwell past APA at home.
RICHFIELD 52, CANYON VIEW 48: Madisyn Daniels paced the Wildcats with 22 points and three treys.