WESTLAKE 47, PROVO 45: Maizen Fausett and Asa McCord combined for 28 points in the narrow victory for the Thunder at the Riverton Holiday Tournament.
WASATCH 52, KEARNS 48: Wasatch led by as many as 13 and held on for the victory behind Nathan Dows 26 points.
PLEASANT GROVE 72, CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC, CALIF. 53: Pleasant Grove dominated the second and third quarters to break the game open en route to the big win. The Vikings were led by Riley Courts 23 points. PG will play Capistrano Valley on Monday at the Max Preps Holiday Classic in Palm Desert, California.
ALTA 65, HUNTER 48: Chris Roberts led the Hawks to victory scoring 23 points. Neema Namdar added 16 points with nine from beyond the arc.
LEHI 64, SKYLINE 57: Tanner Nygren and Marcus Draney combined for 42 points in the Pioneers victory.
EL TORO, CALIF. 68, CYPRUS 34: Brooks Marshall scored 18 points in the loss against El Toro, California.
SPANISH FORK 61, PARK CITY 57: Hunter Schofield scored 18 points to help get the win over Park City. As a team, the Mighty Dons hit 7 three-pointers.
JUAN DIEGO 59, RIVERTON 58: Maliik Fagan-Foster and Gabe Colosimo combined for 32 points to eke out the win over Riverton by one point.
WEST SIDE, IDAHO 84, RICH 79: It took four overtimes, but West Side ultimately got the best of the Rebels. Wyatt Muirbrook led Rich with 25 points in the loss.
AMERICAN FORK 58, ISSAQUAH, WASH. 41: Brendan Bailey and Dallin Harley had 14 points apiece for the Cavemen in the win.
COPPER HILLS 54, COUNTRY DAY, LA.: Down by 11 entering the fourth quarter, Copper Hills stormed back and, with 1.1 seconds left and the score knotted up, Preston Sanchez sank the game-winning bucket to top Country Day. Sanchez led the Grizzlies with 19 points.
KNIGHTSDALE, N.C. 55, BRIGHTON 44: John Gremillion scored a game-high 13 points and grabbed six rebounds in the loss against Knightsdale, North Carolina.
JORDAN 40, SUMMIT ACADEMY 32: Tabby Jones led the Beetdiggers to victory, scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds.
WASATCH 59, SOUTH SUMMIT 37: Ashlyn Coleman and Sydnie Martindale had 18 points each to lead the Wasps in the road victory.