Boys basketball


FREMONT 58, NORTHRIDGE 49: Justin Shaw netted 16 points to help lead Fremont to the region win on the road. Braxton Geiselmayr and Jrue Perkins each scored 17 points for Northridge in the loss.

DAVIS 61, SYRACUSE 54: Jesse Wade earned a game-high of 33 points to lead Davis to the Region 1 victory over Syracuse. The Darts remain undefeated in region play.

VIEWMONT 84, WEBER 78: Viewmont built a big lead and held on to top Weber. Viewmonts bench won the battle of second units 25-6. The two teams combined to shoot 26-of-60 from 3-point range. Austin Johnson led the winners with 33 points.


HILLCREST 52, WEST 47: Tanner Thompson had 27 points in a tight game, hitting some big shots down the stretch to give Hillcrest the narrow victory.

HUNTER 84, COTTONWOOD 73: Noah Togiai was at his best again for Hunter, pouring in a game-high 35 points to lead the road team to a third consecutive region victory.

TAYLORSVILLE 75, GRANGER 61: Four players in double figures helped Taylorsville continue to get off to a good start in region play.


COPPER HILLS 57, WEST JORDAN 42: Copper Hills methodically pulled away for the win. Preston Sanchez led a balanced effort with 16 points.

ALTA 59, BRIGHTON 54: Chris Roberts hit 11-of-12 free throws and finished with 19 points, as Alta came on top of a wire-to-wire victory over rival Brighton. Behind Brock Millers 28 points, the Bengals closed the deficit to three points in the final minute, but Roberts made 6-of-6 free throws in the final 40 seconds to seal the win.



HERRIMAN 68, AMERICAN FORK 48: David Maynard torched the nets for Herriman Tuesday evening, finishing with 33 points and eight rebounds to lead the visiting team to victory.

WESTLAKE 54, LEHI 49: Lehi made a push in the fourth quarter, but it wasnt enough as Westlake was able to hold on for the Region 4 road victory.

PLEASANT GROVE 60, RIVERTON 53: Pleasant Grove pulled away in the fourth quarter to get the win. Riley Court led the way with 22 points.


TIMPANOGOS 49, OLYMPUS 42: Timpanogos pulled away in the third quarter and held on for the win. Chase Pickett led a balanced attack with 15 points. Olympus Jake Lindsey led all scorers with 16 points.

MURRAY 52, MOUNTAIN VIEW 51: AJ Hodges paced Murray with 20 points to help lift Murray to the narrow victory over visiting Mountain View. Roman McKnight led the losing side with 26 points and 10 rebounds.

SKYLINE 55, OREM 48: Skyline built an early lead and held on to hand Orem its first region loss. Alex Meldrum led the Eagles with 20 points.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 60, SPRINGVILLE 50: Bryson Anderson led all scorers with 20 points to lead Maple Mountain to the road win at Springville.

WASATCH 46, PROVO 44: After falling behind by eight early in the second quarter, Wasatch was able to fight back with a 12-0 to end the half. It was close throughout but Wasatch never lost the lead in the second half, in part to Isaiah Ballstaedt having all 11 of his in that time frame. With a tie ballgame and little time left, Cade Cloward hit his only shot attempt of the night to give Wasatch the win.

TIMPVIEW 67, SPANISH FORK 59: Timpview got key rebounds and made clutch foul shots down the stretch to hold off a Spanish Fork comeback and get the win. The Thunderbirds had a balanced scoring attack, with AJ Bollinger posting 13 points and Gavin Baxter and Samson Nacua each adding 12.


PARK CITY 62, MORGAN 55: Bosten Van Der Veur scored 21 points, and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Park City to a third consecutive region win.

UINTAH 65, UNION 52: Uintah controlled the game throughout and picked up the win. Jordan Cushing scored 29 points for the Utes.


MONTICELLO 65, GREEN RIVER 51: Tyler Bird scored a game-high 18 points to lead Monticello to a third consecutive region victory.


WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 61, PROVIDENCE HALL JV 49: Trint Jacobson poured in 36 points for West Ridge Academy in the win.

CARBON JV 55, PINNACLE 37: Chase Morgan earned 16 points for the Carbon JV in the home victory over Pinnacle.

Girls basketball


VIEWMONT 62, WEBER 51: Katie Toole had 34 points to help lead the Vikings over Weber. Abbie ONeill had 30 points and 7 steals in the loss.

DAVIS 59, SYRACUSE 49: An eight-point cushion after the first quarter proved to be the difference in an otherwise close game for Davis. McKenzie Day led the way with 22 points and McKinlay Otterson added 18.

NORTHRIDGE 37, FREMONT 31: Northridge pulled away in the fourth quarter to get the win behind a balanced scoring attack. Ashley Hayes and Julia Stock led the Knights with eight points apiece. Fremonts Rylee Thompson led all scorers with 11 points. Northridge held Fremont star Shelbee Molen to just two points.


GRANGER 48, TAYLORSVILLE 43: Melisa Kadic led the Lancers with a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds, while teammate Moka Haunga added another 12 points and had five steals in the Granger victory.

HUNTER 38, COTTONWOOD 30: Jennifer Burnham led three Hunter scorers in double figures with 13 points, as Hunter improved to 5-0 in region play with the convincing win over Cottonwood.

WEST 57, HILLCREST 31: Jaylyn Eagle led West with a game-high 13 points, as the home side managed to secure the region victory.


JORDAN 43, WEST JORDAN 40: Aubrey Monson recorded a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds to help Jordan claim its first region win of the season.

ALTA 57, COPPER HILLS 46: Mariah Martin paced Alta with 17 points to lead the Hawks to the convincing win at Copper Hills Tuesday night.

BRIGHTON 62, BINGHAM 35: Brighton went up double digits in the first quarter and never looked back as it cruised to a huge Region 3 win. Dani Barton led the Bengals with 26 points.


ROY 57, OGDEN 48: Roy pulled away down the stretch to get the win. Katie Bloxham made seven of eight foul shot attempts down the stretch to help the Royals seal the deal. Sarah Jones led Roy with 11 points.

LOGAN 51, MOUNTAIN CREST 49: Logan held off a late rally from Mountain Crest to get the win. Kira Peterson paced the Grizzlies with 21 points.

BONNEVILLE 56, BOX ELDER 37: Bonneville pulled away in the third quarter and grabbed the win. Shayla Simpson led the Lakers with 16 points.


SKYLINE 49, OREM 27: Olivia Elliss led Skyline with 11 points, as the Eagles managed to storm Orem with a 20-6 second quarter to cruise to the region win.

OLYMPUS 53, TIMPANOGOS 36: Olympus dominated the first half en route to the win. Kyra Johnson led the Titans with 16 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 61, MURRAY 58: Mickaela Rueckert had a double-double but, it wasnt enough as Mountain View was able to stay undefeated in region play. After battling back to force overtime, Tiffany Peterson hit her only shot of the night, a game winning 3-pointer at the buzzer.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 72, SPRINGVILLE 52: Liz Eaton led four Golden Eagles in double figures with 23 points.

WASATCH 52, PROVO 38: Sydnie Martindale led Wasatch with 19 points, and also grabbed eight rebounds to lead the visiting team to the region win.

TIMPVIEW 61, SPANISH FORK 59: Trailing by a bucket entering the fourth quarter, Timpview made clutch free throws down the stretch to stay undefeated in region play. Twins Lyndie Haddock and Lacy Haddock each scored 21 points to lead the Thunderbirds.


DESERT HILLS 71, HURRICANE 46: Desert Hills dominated the first three quarters en route to the win. Ashley Beckstrand led the Thunder with 28 points.

CEDAR 41, PINE VIEW 37: Nine Cedar players made the scoresheet Tuesday night, as the visitors managed to slip by Pine View for the region victory.

CANYON VIEW 50, DIXIE 48: Abbie Corry hit the game-winning shot from deep behind the arc as time expired to give Canyon View the emphatic win over Dixie.




BEAR RIVER 42, STANSBURY 28: A monster 30-5 second half led Bear River to a solid home win in Region 11. They were led by Alyssa Parks 18 points


RICHFIELD 57, PAYSON 50: Richfield got off to a hot start and held on for the win. Freshman Madisyn Daniels scored 28 points, including eight 3-pointers, to lead the way. Aubrie Mortensen racked up 10 assists in the winning effort.

JUAB 45, CARBON 33: McKenzie Christensen and Rylee Bryan combined for 22 points to lead Juab to the region win at home.


MILLARD 47, PAROWAN 32: Millard moved to 2-1 in Region 13 play with a win over Parowan thanks to a great 15-7 start.

KANAB 71, BEAVER 22: Shaylee McDonald led all scorers with 23 points, while teammate Kaitlin Glover added another 19 as Kanab ran away with the region victory.

DELTA 40, ENTERPRISE 25: Harlee Willoughby had 21 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead the Rabbits in the region victory over Enterprise.


LAYTON CHRISTIAN 57, ROWLAND HALL 44: Layton Christian used a huge third quarter to get past Rowland Hall. Felicia Marshall had 14 points with 11 rebounds, while teammate Miyalla Tarver added 32 points.

WATERFORD 51, MERIT ACADEMY 16: Waterford improved to 10-0 with a run away victory over Merit Academy.

MAESER PREP 41, ROCKWELL 11: Maeser Prep cruised to the big win. Bella Harrington led the way with 11 points and dominated the glass, pulling down 18 rebounds.


EMERY 65, GRAND 37: Bailey Rasmussen led the Spartans with 15 points.

NORTH SEVIER 59, WASATCH ACADEMY 30: North Sevier turned a big lead into a blowout in the third quarter and cruised to the win. Peyton Torgerson stuffed the stat sheet for the Wolves with 24 points, 15 rebounds, three assists and two steals.


NORTH SUMMIT 49, MANTI 26: North Summit led by 10 at the half, and never looked back as they were able to get past Manti at home.

SOUTH SUMMIT 52, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 22: South Summit built a 22-point lead at halftime and cruised to the win. Josie Grajek led a balanced effort with 11 points. Rachel Rydalch and McKaye Woolstenhulme added 10 apiece.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 64, GUNNISON 38: Summit Academy held Gunnison to just a pair of free throws in the first quarter, and were able to cruise to the lopsided win at home. Olivia Mooney led all scorers with 22 points on the night.


WENDOVER 54, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 29: Wendover dominated the second half for the convincing win. Jessica Cuevas and Aurora Rodriguez each scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats.

ST. JOSEPH 50, DUGWAY 13: St. Joseph rolled over Dugway. Kathleen Tomon led the way with 17 points.


TOOELE 55, GRANTSVILLE 42: In a back-and-forth-game, Tooele used a big fourth quarter to get the win. Taylor Thomas led the way with 19 points.