Boys basketball


VIEWMONT 56, LAYTON 53: In a game that featured 19 lead changes and 12 ties, Viewmont did just enough down the stretch to snap Laytons 13-game winning streak and hand the Lancers their first region loss. Austin Johnson led the Vikings with 25 points.


NORTHRIDGE 64, SYRACUSE 63: Braxton Geiselmayr drained five of the Knights 12 3-pointers on his way to 21 points in the narrow victory.


COPPER HILLS 66, WEST JORDAN 50: Porter Hawkins helped Copper Hills pick up a crucial region win at home with 19 points in the winning effort.

ALTA 65, BRIGHTON 63: Ibrahim Gerlach broke the tie with about 30 seconds remaining, and Alta hung on for the win in a key region battle. Chris Roberts led the Hawks with 20 points. Brightons John Gremillion led all scorers with 24 points.

BINGHAM 64, JORDAN 53: Yoeli Childs led the Miners to victory, scoring 13 points and grabbing nine rebounds.


LONE PEAK 65, AMERICAN FORK 63: Lone Peak pulled out the nail-biting victory over American Fork, with Frank Jackson leading four scorers in double figures with 18 points for Lone Peak. Spencer Johnson scored 22 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, while teammate Dallin Harley also contributed a 12 point 14 rebound double-double in the loss.

HERRIMAN 65, WESTLAKE 58: David Maynard led four Herriman players in double figures with 18 points, as Herriman used a 19-9 third quarter run to slip past Westlake.

RIVERTON 78, LEHI 66: Riverton jumped out to a big lead early and then finished strong for the double-digit victory. Jeff Arens and Jaron Jones combined for 39 points to lead the way.


KEARNS 72, CYPRUS 59: Taylon Thomas had a solid game for the Cougars, notching his first double-figure scoring with 12 points on 6-for-6 shooting from the free-throw line.


EAST 55, JUDGE MEMORIAL 44: Dacian Spotted Elk lead East with a game-high 27 points, as the home team skipped past its neighboring school for the region win.

BOUNTIFUL 89, WOODS CROSS 60: Zac Seljaas drained six 3-pointers on his way to 35 points. The Braves had a strong third quarter after trailing the Wildcats by seven early to remain unbeaten in region play.


OLYMPUS 47, CORNER CANYON 45: Jake Lindsey scored a game-high 15 points to help Olympus pick up a big region victory on the road.

MURRAY 45, SKYLINE 43: AJ Hodges had 17 points, and the Spartans used a fourth quarter rally to regain the edge and take the narrow victory over Skyline. Alex Meldrum had a game-high 22 points for the Eagles in the loss.

TIMPANOGOS 61, MOUNTAIN VIEW 60: Caiden Brown recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for Timpanogos in the narrow region win on the road.


SPRINGVILLE 63, SALEM HILLS 51: Springville picked up its first region win of the season after a monster third quarter. Hunter Davis scored 22 in the win.

TIMPVIEW 65, PROVO 53: Britain Covey and Gavin Baxter combined for 42 points to lead Timpview past visiting Provo.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 66, WASATCH 48: Maple Mountain jumped out to an early lead and then cruised behind 20 points from Kade Poulsen and 11 points each from Bryson Anderson, Jake Dixon, and Jaren Hall.


JUAN DIEGO 64, PARK CITY 54: Gabe Colosimo scored 32 points, as Juan Diego picked up its seventh consecutive region victory with the road win at Park City.

UINTAH 56, MORGAN 35: Jurey Beddes and Haden Bunderson both scored 11 points to help lead Uintah past visiting Morgan.


LAYTON CHRISTIAN 81, ROWLAND HALL 53: Taylan Barrett paced LCA with 30 points, as the home side improved to 9-0 in region play this season.


SAN JUAN 87, GRAND 49: San Juan picked up the road win over the Red Devils thanks to a great team effort.


PANGUITCH 72, ESCALANTE 33: Dason Houston and Trey Barney led the Bobcats with 23 points and 17 points, respectively, as Panguitch jumped out to a fast start and never looked back.

DIAMOND RANCH 72, MILFORD 55: Diamond Ranch used a big fourth quarter to finish off the Tigers.

VALLEY 67, BRYCE VALLEY 57: Kobe Shatto paced Valley with 27 points in the solid region victory over visiting Bryce Valley.

PIUTE 60, WAYNE 40: A close game for the first three quarters, Piute used a 18-2 run to finish the game and pull away for the victory.


SOUTH SEVIER 67, CARBON 57: South Sevier used an all-around team effort to pick up the nonregion victory.

Girls basketball


FREMONT 58, WEBER 24: Fremont picked up their 10th region win of the season in large part to Shelbee Molens 26 points, with a majority of her eight shots from downtown.

SYRACUSE 59, NORTHRIDGE 42: Syracuse played well on both ends of the floor in the first quarter and cruised to the win. Demi Hamblin led the Titans with 18 points.

LAYTON 52, VIEWMONT 41: Hailey Bassett led Layton with a double-double, scoring 18 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. The Lancers ended the regular season on a high note, tying Fremont for the Region 1 championship.


JORDAN 46, WEST JORDAN 43: Jordan did just enough in overtime to get the win. Brooklyn Nielsen and Tabby Jones combined for 25 points to lead the Beetdiggers.

ALTA 59, COPPER HILLS 48: Alta picked up the No. 2 seed for the state tournament, as Madison Mitchell came off the bench and gave the Hawks a nice boost on senior night.

BRIGHTON 59, BINGHAM 57: Dani Barton led Brighton with a game-high 25 points, as the Bengals managed to survive in South Jordan after Bingham rallied to force overtime.


RIVERTON 59, LEHI 28: Tia Yazzie had 14 points and hit four three-pointers, while Olivia Neilson added 10 points and two 3-pointers to lead the Silverwolves on the road.

AMERICAN FORK 66, LONE PEAK 50: American Fork picked up important road win over the Knights. American Fork stay atop Region 4, along with Riverton, as both teams are 10-1 with one game left.

WESTLAKE 44, HERRIMAN 42: Westlake edged out the win over the Mustangs in a important matchup. Savannah Domgaard led the Thunder with 12 points.


LOGAN 61, OGDEN 38: Logan took care of business at home with a lopsided win over the Tigers of Ogden. Kira Peterson had 21 points for the Grizzlies.

MOUNTAIN CREST 44, BONNEVILLE 40: Mountain Crest pulled off the upset and defended their home court thanks to the help from Olivia Wiberg, who had 11 points.

SKY VIEW 70, BOX ELDER 38: Sky View continued their undefeated season with a blow out road victory over Box Elder.


KEARNS 61, CYPRUS 50: Latasha Ika and Tiara Afatasi combined for 29 points in the victory over Cyprus.

HIGHLAND 50, CLEARFIELD 45: Highland came away with the win in a close battle throughout. Lea Havili led the Rams with 12 points.

BOUNTIFUL 45, WOODS CROSS 30: Bountiful jumped out to an early lead and didnt look back en route to the win. Kennedy Redding led the Braves with 22 points and 15 rebounds.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 46, EAST 22: Judge used a 16-0 run in the second quarter to pick up the region win. Molly Connor and Vanessa Austin combined for 23 points for the Bulldogs in the win.


OLYMPUS 59, CORNER CANYON 38: Olympus jumped out to a 22-4 lead and picked up the victory over the Chargers. Makenna Park had 20 points in the Titans win.

SKYLINE 31, MURRAY 17: Skyline used an 11-3 run in the third quarter to open up the game, and held on for the road victory in a low scoring game.

TIMPANOGOS 52, MOUNTAIN VIEW 49: Up by five after three quarters, Timpanogos held on down the stretch for the win. Samantha Drowns led the winning side with 11 points.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 59, WASATCH 53: Liz Eaton torched the nets for a game-high 35 points, as Maple Mountain picked up a crucial region win at Wasatch.

SALEM HILLS 50, SPRINGVILLE 42: Salem Hills got off to a fast start and held on to pick up the road win. The Skyhawks spread out their scoring attack, as three players scored in double figures.

TIMPVIEW 53, PROVO 35: Timpview dominated the first three quarters and got the win. Lacy Haddock and Ashley King combined for 39 points to lead the way.


CEDAR 62, HURRICANE 34: McKenna Collins, Courtney Morley, and Morgan Myers all reached double figures to lead Cedar over the Tigers.

SNOW CANYON 70, DIXIE 69: The Warriors used a big fourth quarter to edge Dixie for the region victory. Madison Mooring led the way with 30 points, while Shaylee Reed added seven points and eight boards. Aubri Challis and Alexa Estridge combined to score 45 points to lead the Flyers in the loss.

DESERT HILLS 48, CANYON VIEW 41: Desert Hills pulled off the road victory after being tied at half thanks after Ashley Beckstrand netted 17 points for the Thunder.


MORGAN 54, UINTAH 41: Alli Tonks led a trio of Morgan players scoring in double figures with 13 points, as the visitors managed to earn the much needed region win.



BEAR RIVER 51, GRANTSVILLE 34: A strong first quarter helped propel Bear River to the win. Anna Towne had 15 points to lead the way. Grantsvilles Abby Butler had a game-high 17 points.

TOOELE 39, BEN LOMOND 36: Tooele pulled off the road win.


NORTH SANPETE 36, PAYSON 29: North Sanpete held on to a slim early lead and got the win. Jacey Dunn led the way with 19 points.

JUAB 50, RICHFIELD 36: Rylee Bryan led all scorers with 16 points, while Autumn Kay and Hannah Robins added 12 apiece to lead the Wasps in the home victory.


KANAB 46, MILLARD 44: Kanab held off a Millard comeback bid for the win, guaranteeing at least a tie for the region crown. Kaitlin Glover and Shaylee McDonald combined for 24 points to lead the way.

ENTERPRISE 25, BEAVER 21: Enterprise picked up the victory in a low scoring affair thanks to Riley Lymans 15 points.


MAESER PREP 59, ROCKWELL 36: Maeser Prep used a huge night from Bella Harrington on both sides of the floor to pick up the road win.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 54, ROWLAND HALL 37: Miyalla Tarver led LCA with a game-high 26, as the visitors handed Rowland Hall the region loss on senior night.


EMERY 62, GRAND 32: Bailey Rasmussen led a trio of East scorers in double figures with 15 points, and the visiting team picked up a much needed region win on the road.

NORTH SEVIER 54, WASATCH ACADEMY 32: North Sevier used a 21-3 third quarter to pick up the road win over the Tigers.

DELTA 62, PAROWAN 32: Delta jumped off to a quick start to pick up the road win. The Rabbits moved to 7-2 in Region 15 play, while the Rams fell to 0-9.


SOUTH SUMMIT 72, MANTI 43: South Summit skipped past Manti in large part to Natalie Nichols, who had 19 points for the Wildcats.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 57, GUNNISON 38: Lexi Johnson led the Eagles in region play with a triple-double, tallying 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals.

NORTH SUMMIT 54, SUMMIT ACADEMY 44: Haylee McQueen led all scorers with 27 points, as North Summit pulled away in the end for the win.


TINTIC 68, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 45: Tintic got off to a good start and cruised to the win. Alix Walker and Bailey Wall each scored 14 points to lead the way, while Tina Wall and Shalon Hannifin also finished in double figures for the Miners.

ST. JOSEPH 49, WENDOVER 41: Mady White helped St. Joseph improve to 9-0 in region play with a game-high 22 points Tuesday evening.


MONTICELLO 64, GREEN RIVER 53: Atlanta Black scored 30 points, and Mary Beh added another 20 to lead the Buckaroos in the road victory. Kira Engleman led four players in double figures for Green River in the loss.


DUCHESNE 53, UNION 47: Melissa Robinson and Mashaylee Giles each scored 15 points for Duchesne in the tight region matchup against visiting Union.

WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 28, DUGWAY 23: Becca Tew and Kasia Matthews combined for 25 points to edge out Dugway.