Boys basketball


PINE VIEW 74, SNOW CANYON 57: Charles Petersen accounted for 21 points and four assists while Jed Newby had 13 points and five boards to lead Pine View in the road win.

DESERT HILLS 50, CEDAR 42: Austin Adams had 19 points and Quincy Mathews had 10 to lead the Thunder in the home win. Kyle Wood led Cedar in the loss, totaling 16 points and 11 boards.

DIXIE 60, HURRICANE 49: Dixie maintained a 10-point lead throughout the fourth quarter and Jake Hawes led the way with 19 points as the Flyers picked up the win on the road.


WESTLAKE 50, WEST JORDAN 41: Westlakes Brayden Holker and Asa McCord each finished in double-figures (12 and 10 respectively) and the Thunder held the Jaguars to just 41 points to come out on top on the road.

HILLCREST 55, JUDGE MEMORIAL 51: After scoring just four points in the opening quarter, the Huskies rallied with two 20-point quarters for a big second-half comeback victory. Kade Revill led Hillcrest with 19 points and Kale Gould added 10 more in the win. For Judge in the loss, Ben Davis tallied a game-high 22 points with one 3-pointer.

LONE PEAK 62, VIEWMONT 49: Lone Peak came out firing on the road, taking a 20-2 lead into the second quarter that was too much for Viewmont to overcome. Frank Jackson and Christian Popoola led the way with 18 and 17 points, respectively.

MURRAY 60, EAST 48: The Spartans burst out of the gates with a 23-point first quarter, and then Tyranny Pace and AJ Hodges combined for 23 points and six 3s to pace Murray on the road.

LOGAN 43, BEAR RIVER 37: Jaxton Anderson posted 12 points and the Grizzlies bounced back from a slow start for the win on the road.

SALEM HILLS 60, TOOELE 40: Porter Gustin and Jeff Degraffenried combined to score 39 points with three 3-pointers, and Skyhawks used a big opening half to run away with the win.

PAYSON 52, WASATCH 49: With the game tied going into the fourth quarter, Payson eked it out on the road to get the victory.

JUAN DIEGO 56, HUNTER 42: Three different players Gabe Colosimo, Maliik Fagan-Foster, and Joel Bruder notched double figures, and the Soaring Eagle outscored Hunter 33-15 in the middle quarters to run away with the win.

JUAB 43, BEN LOMOND 41: Juab got points from seven different players, including a team-best 11 points from Dillon Douglas, as the Wasps edged Ben Lomond on the road.

BOX ELDER 63, NORTHRIDGE 59: Jarom Mecham recorded 18 points with three 3-pointers and the Bees totaled 22 points in the final quarter to steal the victory on the Knights home floor. Braxton Geiselmayr led all scorers with 21 points and five 3s in the loss.

STANSBURY 73, CARBON 55: The Stallions jumped out to an early lead and then cruised to the win behind 20 points from Gage Manzione. Jase Wanlass and Colton Cristiansen had 13 points and 10 points, respectively, for Stansbury.

NORTH SEVIER 57, BEAVER 43: Fisher Andersen and Colby Christensen combined for 27 points and the Wolves used a strong second quarter to pull away with the win.

VALLEY 80, MILLARD 73: Kobe Shatto led Valley with 23 points and Justin Millard added 16 to power the Buffaloes to the overtime victory. Garrison Beckstrand had 16 points and three 3-pointers for Millard in the loss.

SOUTH SEVIER 47, RICHFIELD 43: Trevor Jones had 17 points and nine rebounds while Kolten Bigelow had 12 points and five boards to lead the Rams as South Sevier bounced back from a 10-point deficit at the end of the first quarter.

TINTIC 79, ROCKWELL 50: Zane Evans, Layne Murdoch, and Kenny Wall each totaled 18 points, and the Miners used a 21-8 second quarter to roll to the home win.

WATERFORD 46, GUNNISON 33: Jackson Sponaugle tallied 21 points and hit four 3-pointers as the Ravens used big first and third quarters to pull away with the win.

MANTI 71, NORTH SANPETE 58: Four different Manti players reached double figures, led by 23 points from Derek Wright in the home victory.

ROWLAND HALL 70, WENDOVER 48: Chris Diehl accounted for 11 points, 13 rebounds, and six assists to spark the Winged Lions in the one-sided home victory. Damion Valadez led all scorers with 21 points for Wendover in the loss.

NORTH SUMMIT 40, DUCHESNE 37: Cameron Smith totaled 19 points and Ryan McMichael pulled down nine boards to lead the Braves in the narrow home win.

EMERY 68, DELTA 42: Emery outscored Delta 21-8 in the third quarter to pull away for the victory. Dillon Wilstead of Emery led all scorers with 19 points.

MAESER PREP 74, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 70: Taylor Brand hit two free throws with six seconds remaining in overtime to ice the victory for Maeser Prep. Brand totaled eight points while Stephon Gilbert-Ouahib and Lucas Cottle led the Lions with 22 points and 18 points, respectively. For ALA in the loss, Jacob Garcia recorded a game-best 34 points with five 3s.

PIUTE 70, KANAB 54: JJ Ramos lit up the nets, draining seven 3-pointers en route to a game-best 29 points for Piute in the road win. Cole Payton added 15 points and Ryan Westwood had 14 for the T-Birds.

OGDEN 76, MORGAN 52: Nicholas Crowton and Cameron Mortensen powered Ogden with 22 points each and the Tigers defense held Morgan to just five points in the second quarter for the commanding road win.

PROVIDENCE HALL 88, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 50: Alex Kingdon had a team-high 20 points and Providence Hall outscored the Lions 49-25 in the middle quarters to roll past ICS. Will Green notched 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Lions in the loss.

PINNACLE 61, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 54: Noah Mascarenas and Brock Moosman scored 11 points each while Jonathan Giddings and Isaiah Martinez scored 10 points each to lead Pinnacle on the road.

Girls basketball

RIVERTON 62, COPPER HILLS 37: Olivia Neilson came off the Riverton bench to lead the Silverwolves with 14 points and four 3-pointers as the home team was relentless in all four quarters of the lopsided win. Kirsten Spencer added 13 for Riverton while Shirsten Wissinger led Copper Hills with 13 points and two 3s in the loss.

LONE PEAK 63, VIEWMONT 47: Savannah Flanary and Kelsey McCann combined for 35 points to lead the Knights in the easy victory at home. Katie Toole recorded 25 points with three 3s for Viewmont in the loss.

COTTONWOOD 39, CORNER CANYON 26: Andrea Brady tallied a game-high 16 points, Nicole Kristensen had 14 points and four 3s, Cottonwood shot just one free throw, and the Colts defense held Corner Canyon scoreless in the third quarter to pull away with the win.

OREM 52, PAYSON 51: Orem took advantage of a big first quarter to hold on to the narrow victory. Danielle Clyde and Alex Ford combined for 24 points for Payson in the loss.

MORGAN 51, LOGAN 38: Morgan used a balanced offensive attack to pull out the road victory. The Trojans offensive was led by Lily Henry (13), Kate Blazzard (11), Alli Tonks (11), and Savanna Brooks (9).

SKYLINE 44, BRIGHTON 41: Laurel Tomlinson dumped in 13 points, and the Eagles used a three-point advantage in the third quarter to break a halftime tie and edge Brighton for the win.

MURRAY 62, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 51: Shay Potter led the way with 27 points for the Spartans. In the loss, Liz Eaton finished with 41 points and five three-pointers.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 46, SPRINGVILLE 27: Ten different players scored for Mountain View and the Bruins defense held Springville to just eight points in the opening half for the lopsided win on the road. Stephanie Keele led the way with nine points while Gentry Oldham and Paulani Tarawa added eight each.

WESTLAKE 52, SUMMIT ACADEMY 34: Leilani Hansen led all scorers with 15 points while Savannah Domgaard and Macie Peterson added 14 apiece for Westlake in the win. The Thunder secured their undefeated record, outscoring Summit Academy 35-14 in the second half.

PANGUITCH 101, PINE VIEW 48: Darri Frandsen, Taylor Bennett, and Chesney Campbell each recorded double-doubles, six Panguitch players scored in double figures, and the defending 1A champions outscored 3A Pine View 34-1 in the opening quarter en route to breaking the century mark in the home win.



KANAB 62, PIUTE 54: Trailing at the half, Kanab came out in the second half and outscored Piute 31-20 to earn the victory. Kaitlin Glover poured in 20 points in the win.

SOUTH SEVIER 30, RICHFIELD 27: Brielle Chisholm reached double digits and hit two 3-pointers to lead the Rams to the road win.

BRYCE VALLEY 45, PAROWAN 30: Ashlee Chynoweth sparked the Mustangs with 20 points and three 3-pointers and Danielle Brinkerhoff added 10 more as Bryce Valley limited Parowan to single-digit scoring in all four quarters.