MAPLE MOUNTAIN 71, SKY VIEW 52: Kade Poulsen sank seven 3-pointers in Maple Mountain's win Tuesday night, finishing with a game high 25 points to extend the Golden Eagles' winning streak to four consecutive games.
OLYMPUS 57, GRANGER 42: Jake Lindsey torched the nets with 34 points and Miles Keller hit four 3-pointers to lead Olympus to a fourth consecutive victory to start the season. Granger had points from nine different players in the loss.
BOUNTIFUL 59, LAYTON 57: Bountiful outscored Layton 18-6 and held on in the final seconds to outlast the Lancers at home. Zac Seljaas scored a game-high 22 points, while teammate Collin Parrish added 12 more to fuel the home team.
WEST JORDAN 56, TAYLORSVILLE 46: Connor Oniki netted 21 points, while Jordan Lowery added 17 points to give West Jordan a solid victory at Taylorsville. The Jaguars hit five 3-pointers in a row to start the first quarter.
HIGHLAND 64, WASATCH 49: Highland took a six-point lead heading into the fourth quarter and ended the game on a 21-12 win to cruise past Wasatch. Brandon Warr led all scorers with 21 points in the win.
PLEASANT GROVE 57, SPRINGVILLE 48: Riley Court poured in a game-high 27 points to help Pleasant Grove knock off Springville at home. Kaden Hillstead and Hunter Davis combined for 35 points and six 3-pointers in the loss.
FREMONT 54, BONNEVILLE 53: Spencer Jones led the winning side with 19 points, hitting three 3-pointers on the night for Fremont. Bonneville started strong, but was unable to secure the win to slide to a fifth consecutive loss.
SKYLINE 59, NORTHRIDGE 58: After an early deficit, the Eagles battled back to claim the victory by a single point in double overtime. Austin Stevenson led Skyline with 20 points while teammate Alex Meldrum added another 17. Jrue Perkins led all scorers with 21 points in the loss.
COTTONWOOD 89, STANSBURY 74: Cottonwood dominated the second period of overtime, outscoring Stansbury 18-3 to take the decisive win at home. McKay Hatch had a huge game for the Colts, scoring 23 points and grabbing 18 rebounds to record a double-double.
LEHI 71, MOUNTAIN VIEW 68: Brigham Bateman managed to score 23 points for Mountain View in the loss at home.
PROVO 48, PAYSON 44: Hunter Bailey earned a game-high of 20 points to lift the Bulldogs over Payson in the home victory.
CLEARFIELD 42, WEST 35: The Falcons gained a crucial lead in the first half that ultimately made the difference in the road win over West. Brayden Halliday and Spencer Dixon led Clearfield with 12 and 11 points, respectively.
BINGHAM 65, HERRIMAN 57: Bingham opened up a nine-point lead at the break and held on in the second half to outlast Herriman. Yoeli Childs led the Miners with 19 points and seven rebounds, while teammate Jared Holman added 18 points and seven boards of his own in the win. David Maynard led all scorers with 30 points and six treys in the loss.
WEBER 64, MOUNTAIN CREST 58: Carson Bischoff led all scorers with 21 points for Mountain Crest in the road victory.
SYRACUSE 54, ROY 50: Hayden Sessions scored 16 points to lead the Titans to a third consecutive victory on the season.
GRANTSVILLE 65, CYPRUS 39: Grantsville outscored Cyprus by 16 points in the first half and cruised the rest of the way to pick up the home victory. Four players scored in double figures for the home team.
PARK CITY 70, SUMMIT ACADEMY 61: Bosten Van Der Veur lit up the nets with 28 points in the home victory over Summit Academy. Zach Scott led the Bears with 19 points in the loss.
UINTAH 71, GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. 58: Uintah dominated the first half and then held off a Grand Junction rally in the third quarter to get the win. Haden Bunderson and Max Mansfield each scored 18 points to lead the winning side.
DIXIE JV 67, DIAMOND RANCH 54: Two players recorded double-doubles to lead Diamond Ranch past the Dixie JV squad. Bowen Sykes finished with 18 rebounds and 17 points, while Steven Hoffman grabbed 15 rebounds with his 15 points.
TABIONA 78, UNION 76: Tabiona eked out the overtime victory. Bailey Hogan led the way with 23 points.
GREEN RIVER 83, ALTAMONT 46: Green River jumped out to an early lead en route to the dominating win. Cal Christensen led the way with 23 points.
DIXIE 69, HURRICANE 55: Aubri Challis led Dixie with 32 points, extending Hurricanes losing streak to three straight games. The Flyers doubled up the Tigers 28-14 in the third quarter to cruise to victory.
CEDAR 45, DESERT HILLS 43: Cedar outrebounded Desert Hills 42-26 and finished strong to pick up the narrow home victory. Courtney Morley recorded a monstrous double-double with a game-high 25 points and 15 boards to power the Redmen in the win.
PINE VIEW 62, SNOW CANYON 52
RIVERTON 66, HUNTER 37: Tia Yazzie led all scorers with 15 points as the Silverwolves ran away with the win.
LONE PEAK 61, TIMPVIEW 41: Kelsey McCann scorched Timpview for 30 points, draining four 3-pointers to pace Lone Peak to victory. Timpview kept it close in the first half, but a Lone Peak defensive adjustment at the half spelt trouble for the home team.
BINGHAM 46, WEBER 33: Bingham ended the first half on a 16-5 run at cruised the rest of the way to knock off Weber at home. Leya Harvey and Marlee Malohi combined for 24 points to spark the home team in the win.
WEST JORDAN 43, HILLCREST 40: In a battle of unbeaten teams, West Jordan outscored Hillcrest by six in the second half to pick up its first win of the season. Siki Suguturago poured in a game-high 25 points to lead the home team in the win, while Annabella Jensen scored a team-high 15 points to lead the Huskies in the loss.
VIEWMONT 54, MOUNTAIN CREST 39: Viewmont jumped out to a commanding lead at the break and kept its foot on the gas in the second half to blow past Mountain Crest. Katie Toole erupted for a game-high 31 points in the win.
NORTHRIDGE 40, BEN LOMOND 27: The Knights ended the first quarter on a 16-4 run and never looked back en route to the victory. Ashley Hayes contributed six points and 10 rebounds in the win.
DELTA 59, PAYSON 44: Delta jumped out to a commanding 26-5 lead after the first quarter and never looked back as it picked up its fifth straight win.
MORGAN 57, BOX ELDER 33: Alli Tonks led Morgan with 13 points and eight assists Tuesday night, as the home team broke out to a 31-12 halftime lead to secure the lopsided victory over Box Elder.
NORTH SANPETE 52, STANSBURY 37: North Sanpete came together with a strong defensive effort to knock off Stansbury. Jacey Dunn led the way with 19 points.
LEHI 47, KEARNS 43: Addy Clements earned a game-high of 21 points to lead the Pioneers in the victory over Kearns.
GRANGER 57, TOOELE 46: Jessica Matheson poured in 18 points and had nine steals to lead the Lancers in the home victory over Tooele.
BRIGHTON 48, LAYTON 33: The Bengals jumped out to a 14-3 lead in the first quarter to give them the momentum to secure the victory. Lindsey Johnson and Dani Barton combined for 27 points to lead Brighton in the win.
WESTLAKE 54, COPPER HILLS 50: Macie Peterson led the Thunder with 13 points while Amie Cochran and Savannah Domgaard each contributed 12 points in the win. In the loss, Shirsten Wissinger earned a game-high of 23 points.
ALTA 61, HERRIMAN 42: Mariah Martin netted a game high 26 points, draining five 3-pointers to lead Alta past visiting Herriman. The Lady Hawks jumped out to an early 10-point lead, and were able to cruise to the win.
BONNEVILLE 42, OLYMPUS 33: Shayla Simpson led the Lakers with 13 points in the road victory over Olympus.
DAVIS 55, CLEARFIELD 33: Ten players contributed points for the Darts in the balanced scoring attack against Clearfield.
BOUNTIFUL 58, WASATCH 44: Kennedy Redding poured in 28 points and snagged 18 rebounds to lead the Braves in the road victory over Wasatch.
PROVO 38, OREM 28: Jenny Clark scored a game high 14 points, netting a pair of 3-pointers to help Provo skip past crosstown rival Orem.
JORDAN 37, TAYLORSVILLE 32: A 16-9 fourth-quarter run by Jordan helped the home side pick up the convincing win over Taylorsville. Kaitlin Toluono scored 13 points for the Warriors, while Tabby Jones also netted 13 points for Jordan in the victory.
JUAB 52, GUNNISON 24: Juab controlled the game throughout en route to the big win. Rylee Bryan led the Wasps with 15 points.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 64, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 47: American Leadership outscored Layton Christian 14-2 from the charity stripe and played together as a team to pick up the double-digit road victory. Lexi Johnson and Jessica Brown combined for 23 points in the win, while Miyalla Tarver led all scorers with 23 points in the loss.
BEAR RIVER 49, ROY 31: Jenny Bitner and Jordan Fitting each scored 12 points for Bear River in a lopsided win at home. The Lady Bears managed to hold Roy to single-digit scoring through all four quarters Tuesday night.
BEAVER 39, RICHFIELD 33: Beaver opened the game with an 11-1 advantage, and managed to hold the lead to cruise past Richfield on the road. Tianna Marshall finished with 14 points, sinking three 3-pointers to lead Beaver.
NORTH SEVIER 61, MANTI 51: North Sevier came out in the second half and went on a 19-10 run to pick up the road win against Manti. Three players scored in double figures, led by Peyton Torgersons 23 points, to anchor the Wolves in the win. Despite the tough loss, Amanda Naylor torched the visitors for a game-high 24 points.
SPANISH FORK 62, WOODS CROSS 48: Kaylee Bott posted 18 points and another 20 came from the free throw line as the Dons defeated the Wildcats.
KANAB 66, MILFORD 45: Kanab dominated Milford in the second and third quarters to cruise to the double-digit victory at home. The Cowboys seniors, including Shaylee McDonald (19 points), Aliesha and KC Houston (12 points each), and Kaitlin Glover (14 points), and, all had strong outings to power the home team in the win.
TINTIC 52, ROCKWELL 26: Ciera Wall poured in 16 points as Tintic picked up the comfortable win at home.
JUAN DIEGO 57, JUDGE MEMORIAL 40: Dominique Mills and sister Monique Mills combined for 35 points to propel Juan Diego to the lopsided win over visiting Judge. The Soaring Eagle managed to hit 17-of-22 free throws to improve to 5-0 this season.
GREEN RIVER 34, ALTAMONT 25: Six players managed to make the scoresheet for Altamont in its loss to visiting Green River.
NORTH SUMMIT 64, ST. JOSEPH 40: Haylee McQueen posted a game-high of 21 points to lift the Braves over St. Joseph at home.
SOUTH SUMMIT 46, UNION 39: Sierra Davis led the South Summit offense with 10 points, and the home team opened up the game on a 15-6 run that left Union in the dust. Shayla Draper led all scorers with 15 points in the loss.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 46, ROWLAND HALL 28: Down two starters, Summit Academy outscored Rowland Hall 28-8 in the second and third quarters to pick up the win.