Boys basketball

NONREGION

OLYMPUS 61, JUDGE MEMORIAL 43: Miles Keller led the Titans with 17 points and three 3-pointers as Olympus limited the Bulldogs to just nine points in the first and third quarters combined en route to the win. Bapa Falemaka had a game-best 21 points with three 3s for Judge in the loss.

WEST JORDAN 43, MURRAY 42: Treivan Taei hit the game-winner with eight seconds remaining to lift the Jaguars at the Utah Autism Tournament.

HIGHLAND 82, TOOELE 46: Spencer Divver was a perfect 6-for-6 from beyond the 3-point line en route to 22 total points as the Rams rolled past Tooele. Ryan Lambson added 16 points, five boards, and five assists to the Highland effort while Tyler Lawrence had 18 points and three 3s for the Buffaloes in the loss.

PROVO 54, SKYLINE 37: Provo steadily built a lead throughout the game and put Skyline away with a run in the fourth quarter. Hunter Bailey led the Bulldogs with 20 points.

GRANTSVILLE 67, MOUNTAIN VIEW 66: With Grantsville down a point with two seconds left, Braden Sandberg made two free throws and Mountain View couldnt respond. Sandberg led all scorers with 20 points.

CANYON VIEW 43, ARBOR VIEW, NEV. 40: In spite of shooting just 35 percent from the floor, Canyon View outplayed Arbor View in every other statistical category to eke past the Nevada team. Keaton Kringlen led the Falcons with 14 points and Sterling Barnes added 11 more.

NORTH SEVIER 71, MANTI 55: Fisher Andersen had 24 points with four 3-pointers and Colby Christensen had 19 points with five 3s as the Wolves upset Manti for the home victory. Trevor Alder had 21 points for the Templars in the loss.

ALTA 69, LEHI 62: Down by seven entering the fourth quarter, Alta mounted a comeback to force overtime and then controlled the free session to get the win. Ibrahim Gerlach led the Hawks with 24 points in addition to controlling the glass.

JORDAN 55, TIMPANOGOS 40: Tanner Monson had six rebounds and five assists to go along with his six points to lead the Beetdiggers to a win over the Timberwolves.

UINTAH 52, HURRICANE 34: Jordan Cushing, Jurey Beddes and Max Mansfield all scored in double figures to pace Uintah past Hurricane in the final game of the Steve Hodson Cancer Classic.

RICHFIELD 46, SNOW CANYON 37: Brandon Willardson sparked the Wildcats with 18 points, eight rebounds, and six assists as Richfield withstood a Snow Canyon rally in the final quarter for the victory.

CEDAR 61, PAROWAN 41: Keenen Nielson (16 points), Ben Brown (13), Kyle Wood (11), and Jace Wilkerson (10) each scored in double digits, and the Cedar defense held the Rams to just 11 points in the middle quarters to pull away in the win. For Parowan in the loss, Justice Walker led with 14 points and Shandon Clark pulled down 13 rebounds.

WASATCH 63, WESTLAKE 61: Eli Ballstaedt and Nathan Dow scored 12 points apiece to lead the Wasps in the narrow victory.

PARK CITY 66, KEARNS 61: Park City built a lead in the third quarter and hung on to beat Kearns. Sam Kingdon led the Miners with 22 points. The Cougars Buay Kaujian led all scorers with 24.

RIVERTON 58, JUAN DIEGO 48: Riverton won its own holiday tournament.

Girls basketball

STANSBURY 46, HURRICANE 39: Stansbury overcame a terrible first quarter to pull away from the Tigers as Katy Flint and Rachel Prescott had 12 points apiece.

MILLARD 46, CANYON VIEW 41: Shantel Kesler and Anna Camp combined to score 31 points and the Eagles scored five-times as many points as Canyon View in the final quarter to eke out the win.

NORTH SANPETE 48, GRANTSVILLE 35: Crystal Coates stuffed the stat sheet with 16 points, five rebounds, four steals and two assists as North Sanpete bested Grantsville.

CEDAR 50, MANTI 35: McKenna Collins totaled 14 points, eight rebounds, and three steals as Cedar built its lead in the Steve Hodson Cancer Classic. Javlyn Weaver had 11 points and Courtney Morley dished out six assists and had four steals.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 58, PAYSON 54: Maple Mountain overcame a sluggish third quarter to maintain its lead and edge the Lions. Danielle Clyde shot 60 percent from the floor and 63 percent beyond the 3-point line, accumulating 26 points for Payson in the loss.

VIEWMONT 55, AMERICAN FORK 48: Katie Toole accounted for 18 points and seven rebounds while Mercedes Staples added 12 points and four assists to lead the Vikings on their home floor.

SKY VIEW 61, FREMONT 53: Lindsey Jensen scored 22 points and Tegan Goldman chipped in with 13 as Sky View topped visiting Fremont to remain undefeated.