Boys basketball

REGION 5

SKY VIEW 74, BONNEVILLE 35: Riley Panter scored a game high 17 points, sinking three 3-pointers in the lopsided win at home. Sky View opened the game with a 23-10 run that left Bonneville in the dust.

ROY 69, LOGAN 67: Jaycob Payne helped lead Roy to a double overtime victory over visiting Logan with a game high 24 points, hitting six 3-pointers.

MOUNTAIN CREST 62, OGDEN 51: Averaging just five points per game on the season, Tommy Albrechtsen broke out with 19 points in the region victory over Ogden. Jaxon Brenchley scored a game-high 22 points in the Mustangs victory.

REGION 9

SNOW CANYON 69, HURRICANE 53: Jacob Frei recorded a double-double in the Snow Canyon victory Wednesday night, scoring 22 points and grabbing 11 rebounds to lead his team to victory.

CEDAR 57, CANYON VIEW 44: Kyle Wood scored 14 of his 17 points in the first half to pace Cedar to the road victory.

DIXIE 44, PINE VIEW 43

REGION 20

PIUTE 71, MILFORD 38: JJ Ramos led all scorers with 15 points, as 10 Piute players managed to make the scoresheet in the lopsided road victory.

BRYCE VALLEY 74, ESCALANTE 31: Landyn Brinkerhoff scored 21 points, and Daxtyn Tebbs added 17 points to lead Bryce Valley to the road win at Escalante.

WAYNE 49, PANGUITCH 44: Jake Stevens finished with 17 points for Wayne, while teammate Brigg Blackburn contributed 16 points to help the road team notch its first region win of the season.

NONREGION

JORDAN 82, COTTONWOOD 73: Spencer Curtis torched the nets for Jordan Wednesday night, finishing with 32 points in the road victory at Cottonwood. Jaron Anderson led the Colts in scoring with 20 points in the loss. Jordan led by as many as 22 in the second half but the Colts whittled it down to six before Jordan iced the win at the free throw line.

TOOELE 67, MORGAN 53: Matt Memmott paced Tooele with 21 points, while teammate Tyler Lawrence added 18 points to lift Tooele over Morgan at home.

BEN LOMOND 67, PARK CITY 65: Brenden Morris led all scorers with 27 points, connecting on four 3-pointers to lead Ben Lomond to a nail bitting victory over top-ranked Park City. Bosten Van Der Veur led the Miners with 21 points in the loss.

BRIGHTON 61, HUNTER 51: Brock Miller helped lead Brighton to the road victory with his 24 point effort Wednesday night. Noah Togiai led all scorers in the loss, netting 34 points and connecting on four 3-pointers.

JUAB 60, MILLARD 46: Juab took control of the game with a big third quarter push to slip past Millard on the road. Dillon Douglas led the winning side with 18 points.

SOUTH SEVIER 53, BEAVER 39: Trevor Jones finished the game with 13 points, nine rebounds and eight assists to help South Sevier pick up the ninth win on the season.

ROCKWELL 76, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 71

GRAND JUNCTION CENTRAL, COLO. 64, ALTA 50: Neema Namdar and Nick Beard combined for 25 points in the Alta loss in Colorado. Grand Junction shot an impressive 24-for-25 from the charity stripe.

NORTH SEVIER 61, GUNNISON 37: Fisher Andersen led North Sevier in the blowout victory at home with a game high 18 points.

NORTH SANPETE 59, EMERY 51: Dakota Anderson recorded a double-double in the North Sanpete victory, netting 18 points with 10 rebounds to pace the home team.

GRANTSVILLE 76, NORTH SUMMIT 65

MOUNT VERNON 73, TELOS 51

ST. JOSEPH 83, WENDOVER 45

UINTAH 67, SUMMIT ACADEMY 53: Jordan Cushing led the winning side with 18 points, while three other players scored in double figures to lead Uintah over Summit Academy.

RICHFIELD 63, MANTI 50: Brandon Willardson scored a team-high 19 points, while Jaxon Hunt and Matthew Griffin each scored 13 points to lead Richfield past Manti. Thomas Mcfarlane managed to lead all scorers with 21 points in the Templars loss.

DUGWAY 71, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 35: Five players scored in double figures for Dugway, with Garrett Thackeray leading the charge with 18 points in the blowout win on the road. Trint Jacobson led his team with 23 points in the loss.

WEST DESERT 76, USDB 53: Devin Timm torched the nets for 33 points, and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead West Desert past USDB. John Reil also had a double-double for West Desert, finishing with 24 points and 20 rebounds in the victory.

WATERFORD 63, PROVIDENCE HALL 46

TINTIC 67, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 26: Four Tintic players reached double digit scoring, with Kenny Wall leading the pack with 16 points in the victory.

ALTAMONT 45, PINNACLE 41: Cal Christensen and Austin Abbott combined for 27 points to lead the Longhorns to the narrow victory.

STANSBURY 60, DELTA 47: Gage Manzione led Stansbury with 17 points in the road victory.

Girls basketball

REGION 4

LONE PEAK 47, HERRIMAN 31: Kelsey McCann led Lone Peak with 12 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and four steals in the victory over Herriman.

WESTLAKE 57, PLEASANT GROVE 48: Leilani Hansen sank four 3-pointers, and finished the night with a game high 19 points to lead Westlake to the region win at home.

AMERICAN FORK 68, LEHI 29: Taylor Moeaki led American Fork with 22 points in the romping over visiting Lehi. Kaylee Andrus recorded a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds in the win.

REGION 17

DUCHESNE 70, ALTAMONT 27: Alyssa Nielsen and Shayla Giles each finished the night with 15 points for Duchesne in the lopsided victory at home.

NONREGION

RIVERTON 57, NORTHRIDGE 27: Tiena Afu led Riverton to the 30-point victory over visiting Northridge with 17 points Wednesday evening.