Boys basketball


SKY VIEW 77, WEBER 68: Sky View opened the game on a 22-7 run and coasted the rest of the way to cruise past Weber. Adam Olpin and Carson Bischoff combined for 44 points in the loss.

SPRINGVILLE 50, WESTLAKE 47: Springville stormed back and outscored Westlake 17-8 in the fourth quarter to force overtime, where it pulled out the narrow victory. Kaden Hillstead led the home team with 13 points in the win.

MURRAY 70, GRANGER 39: Murray jumped out to a hot start and never looked back to blow past Granger on the road. Three players scored in double figures for the visitors, led by AJ Hodges' game-high 17 points.

LOGAN 61, ENGLECREST, COLO. 54: Tyler Brimhall led three Grizzlies in double figures with 18 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 69, NORTH SEVIER 42: Roman McKnight led Mountain View to a comfortable victory over North Sevier with a 21 point effort.

DAVIS 70, MOREAU CATHOLIC, CALIF. 69: Jesse Wade torched the nets for 44 points for Davis, sinking nine 3-pointers to lead the Utah side past Moreau Catholic.

LONE PEAK 93, CLARK COUNTY, NEV. 76: Behind a school-record 54 points from junior Frank Jackson, Lone Peak pulled away in the second half for the victory at the Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas.

SNOW CANYON 62, WOODS CROSS 59: Three players scored in double figures, led by TJ Taimi's 14 points, to pace the home team past Woods Cross.

LAYTON 59, TAYLORSVILLE 51: Down by two entering the fourth quarter, Layton pulled away to get the win. Jarriesse Blackmon led the way with 29 points, 16 rebounds, eight blocks and four steals.

WEST 53, EAST 43: Dallyn Kenner and Riley Kenner had 15 points apiece for the Panthers.

LAS VEGAS, NEV. 63, OREM 54: A tough night in Las Vegas is what Orem found Thursday night. Despite the loss, Whilhelm Clark netted 21 points and Richard Harward added 17 points in the effort.

SOUTH SEVIER 53, MILLARD 42: Trailing by five entering the fourth quarter, South Sevier's offense got clicking and the Rams got the win. Kolten Bigelow led the way with 22 points.

SALEM HILLS 62, FERNANDINA BEACH, FLA. 47: Salem Hills took a lead and the break and used a strong third quarter to knock of Fernandina Beach, Fla., in the KSA Orlando Tournament. Porter Gustin had a monstrous double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Jeff Degraffenried added 17 more in the win.

BEAVER 65, EMERY 52: Beaver took an early lead and controlled the tempo in the second half to cruise past Emery at home. Matt Roberts and Cayson Goff combined for 31 points to anchor the home team in the win.

NORTH SUMMIT 58, KEMMERER, WYO. 14: North Summit built a big lead early en route to a dominant win over Kemmerer. Cameron Smith led the way with 16 points.

BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 54, BEAR RIVER 53: McKade Mitton led Bear River in a narrow loss with 15, and teammates Bridger Beus and Cole Fronk combined for 21 points at the Preston Tournament.

DESERT HILLS 54, MANTI 38: Desert Hills took a 14-point lead at the break and never looked back to blow past Manti in the Coach Walker Holiday Classic. Quincy Mathews led all scorers with 17 points in the win.

WASATCH ACADEMY 67, NATIONAL PREP, GA. 51: Led by 27 points from Koby McEwen, Wasatch Academy snapped its three-game losing streak with a win in the Tarkanian Classic against a senior-laden Nation Prep, Ga.


SUMMIT ACADEMY 57, NORTH LAUREL, KY. 53: Zach Scott and Jake Newman combined for 23 points for the Bears at the Tarkanian Classic.

VIEWMONT 68, DIXIE 66: Viewmont's Jake Walker led all scorers with 26 points as the Flyers missed a trey at the end in the Coach Walker Holiday Classic.

RICH 57, LYMAN, WYO. 40: Wyatt Muirbrook netted a game high 16 points, while Lincoln Huefner and Jayden Wallentine each scored 11 points to lead Rich past Lyman at the Flaming Gorge Classic.

MANILA 71, PINEDALE, WYO. 67: In a close contest, Manila did just enough down the stretch to get the win. Damon Copeland led the way with 24 points.

Girls basketball


WEBER 56, NORTHRIDGE 46: After getting doubled up in the first quarter, Weber then outscored Northridge by 19 points the rest of the way to grind out the tough road victory. Three players scored in double figures, led by Halle Martin's game-high 17 points and three 3-pointers for the Warriors.

VIEWMONT 55, SYRACUSE 23: Viewmont opened an early lead and then dominated the second half en route to beating Syracuse. Katie Toole scored 24 points to pace the Vikings.

LAYTON 38, DAVIS 25: A close contest through three quarters, Layton pulled away in the fourth for a 13-point win. Sunnie Martinez led the Lancers with 14 points.


SKY VIEW 89, OGDEN 22: Lindsey Jensen poured in a game-high 31 points, drilled six treys and grabbed seven rebounds to help power Sky View past Ogden.

BOX ELDER 50, MOUNTAIN CREST 36: Box Elder put the clamps down defensively in the second and third quarters to pull away. Keslee Stevenson led the Bees with 19 points and Casye Quayle added 15 in the region win.


PANGUITCH 75, MILFORD 34: Panguitch's dominant first half proved to be the difference maker as the Bobcats blew past Milford on the road.


BINGHAM 52, RIVERTON 51: Leya Harvey posted a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds to help Bingham edge Riverton in an overtime thriller. Kirsten Spencer netted a game-high 16 points in the loss.

BRIGHTON 58, LONE PEAK 47: Dani Barton erupted for a game-high 28 points to help Brighton outlast Lone Peak at home. Kelsey McCann led the Knights with 23 points in the loss.

PROVO 36, WEST JORDAN 35: Provo took a small cushion at the half and held on in the second half to outlast West Jordan on the road. Rachel Carter scored a team-high 21 points in the win, while Siki Suguturaga led all scorers with 24 points in the loss.

PAYSON 51, LEHI 35: Payson had a seven-point lead after the first quarter, doubled it at halftime and cruised in the second half for the win. Mikaila Redford led the way with 12 points.

COPPER HILLS 63, PLEASANT GROVE 49: Shirsten Wissinger led all scorers with 19 points, and teammate Baylee Leiter grabbed 11 rebounds to lift Copper Hills over Pleasant Grove.

MORGAN 63, TOLLESON, ARIZ. 43: Jessica Carter recorded 13 points and eight rebounds, while Savanna Brooks added 10 points and nine rebounds to pace Morgan to the victory over Tolleson, Ariz., at the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix.

STANSBURY 56, PARK CITY 37: Stansbury dominated the second half to get the win. Rachel Prescott and Kallie Stewart combined for 34 points to pace the Stallions. Amber Spaulding came up two points shy of a double-double, hauling in 15 rebounds to go with her eight points.

OLYMPUS 41, WEST 29: Olympus pulled away in the fourth quarter to get the win. Katie Warren led the Titans with 12 points.

WESTLAKE 48, TAYLORSVILLE 36: Amie Cochran led Westlake with 17 points in victory over visiting Taylorsville.

JUAB 36, MANTI 29: The second quarter proved to be decisive as Juab turned a one-point deficit into a six-point lead and the Wasps held on the rest of the way to get the win. Autumn Kay had 10 points to pace Juab.

SPANISH FORK 59, MURRAY 55: SpanIsh Fork built a double-digit lead heading into the fourth quarter and held on to outlast Murray on the road. Cambrie Hazel led all scorers with 21 points in the win.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 41, PAROWAN 34: ALA outscored Parowan in all four quarters to ensure the road victory. Lexi Johnson and Jessica Brown combined for 33 points to power the visitors in the win.

ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. 42, RICH 30: Rock Springs, Wyo., took a commanding lead at the break and held on in the second half to knock off Rich in the Flaming Gorge Classic. Abby Whatcott led the visitors with 11 points in the loss.

SAN JUAN 57, WHITEHORSE 45: San Juan slowly crept away from Whitehorse and then sealed the deal with a strong fourth quarter. Sara Morley poured in 25 points to pace the Broncos.

TINTIC 52, PINNACLE 36: Tintic jumped out to a commanding lead and never looked back to blow past Pinnacle on the road.

DUCHESNE 54, GREEN RIVER 26: Duchesne outscored Green River 37-10 in the second and third quarters to seize control and the Eagles cruised to the win. Shayla Giles led the way with 22 points.

EMERY 56, UNION 47: Emily Olsen (22 points), Ashton Bell (11 points), and Bailey Rasmussen (10 points) all scored in double figures to anchor the home team past Union.