Boys basketball


OLYMPUS 65, DAVIS 59: Three players reached double-digits, led by Jake Lindsey with 29 points, as the Titans defeated the Darts on the road. Jesse Wade had 20 points for Davis in the loss.

HILLCREST 56, WESTLAKE 54: The Huskies hit multiple big 3-pointers down the stretch, including Tanner Thompson’s banked 3 that gave Hillcrest a one-point lead late in the game. Thompson finished with 11 points while Kade Revill led the Huskies with 15 points and five 3s and Bassel Tekarli had 14 points and a trey. Asa McCord led all scorers 23 points for Westlake in the loss.

HERRIMAN 63, WEST JORDAN 48: David Maynard posted 21 points as the Mustangs closed the first half on a 22-9 run.

VIEWMONT 65, HIGHLAND 58: Jake Walker led Viewmont with 25 points and five 3-pointers, sparking the Vikings to a big fourth quarter and the road win.


TOOELE 64, COTTONWOOD 53: The Buffaloes took advantage of a first half 41-19 run to gain the lead and secure the win. Tyler Lawrence led all scorers with 24 points in the victory.

CEDAR 54, RICHFIELD 50: Mason Fakahua led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points for the Redmen.

NORTH SANPETE 52, BEN LOMOND 49: Seventeen of the Hawks’ points came from the free throw line while Dakota Anderson added another 19 to lead North Sanpete in the victory.

BOX ELDER 70, MORGAN 53: Jarom Mecham poured in 22 points and hit six 3-pointers to lead the Bees in the home victory. Max Watson and Darius McFarland added 13 and 11 points, respectively.

WEBER 69, STANSBURY 48: Carson Bischoff led the Warriors with 26 point, including six 3s, in the comfortable victory over Stansbury.

MILLARD 49, NORTH SEVIER 48: Kyler Rowley led the Eagles with 15 points while Derek Brunson hit the buzzer-beater to give Millard the narrow victory over North Sevier.

SALEM HILLS 68, UINTAH 53: Porter Gustin produced 31 points as the Skyhawks started and finished strong.

PIUTE 60, BEAVER 43: JJ Ramos poured in 26 points with eight 3-pointers to lead Piute to the home victory over Beaver. Cole Payton and Logan Steed combined for another 22 points in the win.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 62, CORNER CANYON 58: Kade Poulsen poured in 24 points with four 3s to lift the Golden Eagles over Corner Canyon. In the loss, Brayden Johnson earned a game-high of 28 points.

DELTA 67, GUNNISON 37: Peyton Smith and Kaden Fowles combined for 23 points as the Rabbits ran away with the win.

DUCHESNE 54, ROWLAND HALL 46: Blake Jones and Carsen Reinhardt led the way for the Eagles with 18 points and 16 points, respectively. Kyle Eng earned 24 points to lead all scorers in the loss.

MOUNTAIN CREST 58, TIMPVIEW 54: The Mustangs took advantage of a crucial 4th quarter to gain the lead and earn the victory over Timpview. Jaxon Brenchley led all scorers with 19 points.

LEHI 64, HUNTER 61: Six different Lehi players scored, and all six hit 3-pointers to lead the Pioneers in the road win. Tanner Nygren led Lehi with 29 points and one 3 while Jake Barnes and Blaze Nield had two 3s each. Football standout Noah Togiai led the Wolverines with 31 points and two 3-pointers in the loss.

JUAB 43, GRANTSVILLE 42: Nick Robins knocked in the game-winning buzzer-beater for the Wasps in the narrow victory over Grantsville.

DUGWAY 66, MAESER PREP 65: Four different players reach double digits for Dugway, led by 22 from Garrett Thackeray, who had 22 in the overtime victory on the road. For Maeser Prep in the loss, Lucas Cottle had 21 points and three 3s.

UNION 57, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 31: Brady Nielsen earned a game-high of 22 points as the Cougars secured the road victory over ALA.

PANGUITCH 33, PAROWAN 31: Parker Palmer hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Bobcats the narrow overtime victory. He finished with nine points while Trey Barney led Panguitch with 13.

MANTI 60, GRANGER 59: With the score tied and one second left on the clock, a home team fan was pushed onto the floor and Granger was assessed a technical foul. Manti free throw shooter Stuart Lott missed the first and made the second to take the lead before inbounding the ball and running out the clock. Lott finished with 14 points while Thomas Allred led the Templars with 21 points. Makol Mawien led all scorers with 32 points for Granger in the loss.

PINE VIEW 71, ENTERPRISE 52: The Panthers clamped down defensively in the final quarter and Garrett Bowker poured in four treys on his way to 20 points.

MILFORD 51, PINNACLE 43: Jordan Hardy led the Tigers with 21 points and dropped two 3-pointers as Milford took advantage of a big second quarter for the home victory.

EMERY 52, GREEN RIVER 49: Tai Justice and Tyson Roper each poured in 13 points for the Spartans in the home victory over Green River.

ALTAMONT 52, USDB 41: Cal Christensen sparked the Longhorns with 27 points and five 3s as Altamont outlasted the Eagles in a back-and-forth contest.

Girls basketball


PANGUITCH 69, WAYNE 42: Darri Frandsen accounted for 27 points as the Bobcats routed Wayne to secure the region victory. Hannah Ellett led the Badgers with 19 points.


NORTHRIDGE 47, ROY 36: Jessica Ellis led a balanced Northridge attack with 15 points.

SKY VIEW 84, MORGAN 63: Hunter Krebs poured in 23 points while Lindsey Jensen contributed another 18 points in the home win over Morgan.

COPPER HILLS 58, WEST 45: Shirsten Wissinger and Baylee Leiter scored 19 and 12 points, respectively, to lead the Grizzlies on the road. Brianna White had 13 for West in the loss.

ALTA 71, TIMPVIEW 55: Four different players reached double-digits in the balanced scoring attack against Timpview. Rachel McDonald led the Hawks with 16 points while Lacy Haddock led all scorers with 17 points in the loss.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 63, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 57: Micah Gustafson and Marissa Hathaway each recorded double-doubles, combining for 23 points and 29 rebounds, to lead the Bears at home.

KANAB 58, VALLEY 46: Shaylee McDonald earned 20 points to lift Kanab over Valley. Heather Roundy led the Buffaloes with 19 points in the loss.

BRIGHTON 55, SPRINGVILLE 27: Brighton finished the first half on a 31-7 run to secure an early lead and run away with the win. McCall Christensen led all scorers with 18 points for the Bengals.

CORNER CANYON 44, BEN LOMOND 25: Shelby Evans led the Chargers with 10 points in the balanced scoring attack.

WASATCH ACADEMY 66, PINNACLE 30: Danielle Christian earned a double-double of 11 points and 22 rebounds as the Tigers cruised to the win over Pinnacle.

PINE VIEW 44, BRYCE VALLEY 36: Sarrah Pierce led the Panthers with 10 points in the road win.