WESTLAKE 38, AMERICAN FORK 36: The Thunder edged American Fork in a narrow victory behind a balanced scoring attack. Spencer Johnson led all scorers with 16 points in the loss.
RIVERTON 72, LONE PEAK 71 (OT): Riverton moves on to the state playoffs with the win and Herriman loss. The Silverwolves will play Bingham at 7:30 on Monday night. It was the Silverwolves first win in 10 attempts vs. Lone Peak in school history.
PLEASANT GROVE 64, HERRIMAN 57 (OT): Pleasant Grove was able to secure the No. 3 seed from Region 4 and will play Alta early Monday morning in the state tournament. Herriman was eliminated with the loss and Riverton win.
SKY VIEW 53, MOUNTAIN CREST 39: Sky View used a big second half to pull out a home victory over the Mustangs. The Bobcats spread out their attack in the win.
ROY 62, BONNEVILLE 41: Blake Lamb had 25 points to lead the Royals in the home victory over Bonneville.
BOX ELDER 63, OGDEN 51: Box Elder picked up the big road win to finish Region 5 play at 6-6.
BOUNTIFUL 81, CYPRUS 44: Bountiful took care of business to finish Region 6 play with a 14-0 record.
OLYMPUS 58, OREM 40: Jake Lindsey scored a game-high of 22 points to lead the Titans in the Region 7 victory over Orem.
MURRAY 57, CORNER CANYON 49: Murray picked up the home win to finish the season strong. The Spartans were able to beat the Chargers behind AJ Hodges 15 points.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 68, SKYLINE 60: Roman McKnight earned a double-double of 21 points and 15 rebounds for Mountain View in the victory over Skyline.
RICH 67, MANILA 34: Three different players scored in double-digits as the Royals extended their region record to 7-0.
PANGUITCH 39, BRYCE VALLEY 37: Parker Palmer lifted the Bobcats with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer.
MILFORD 72, ESCALANTE 57: Milford was led by Jordan Hardy who had 42 points including six 3-pointers in the win.
VALLEY 66, PIUTE 57: Kobe Shatto poured in five 3-pointers on his way to 33 points for the Buffaloes.
PIUTE 57, DUCHESNE 49
BRYCE VALLEY 34, MONTICELLO 24
PANGUITCH 75, RICH 32: Four of Panguitchs six scorers reached double figures, led by Chesney Campbells and Darri Frandsens game-high 17 points, while Whittni Orton and Taylor Bennett combined for 26 points and five treys to power the defending state champions to the semifinals.
VALLEY 45, TABIONA 19: Valleys suffocating defense forced Tabiona into a plethora of turnovers while the Roundy and Heaton sisters combined for 40 of the Lady Buffaloes 45 total points to power the No. 4 seed to the 1A semifinals. Heather Roundy led all scorers with 18 points.
WAYNE 46, WENDOVER 32: Wayne opened the second half on a 16-3 run to pick up the 1A consolation win over Wendover. Hannah Ellett led all scorers with 21 points to power her team in the win.
ALTAMONT 54, TINTIC 51: Phyllis Jessen scored 17 points as Altamont edged Tintic to advance in the 1A consolation bracket.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 31, GREEN RIVER 28: ICS overcame a sluggish second quarter to top Green River for the 1A victory in the consolation bracket. Courtney Leman led ICS with 11 points.
ST. JOSEPH 62, WHITEHORSE 34: St. Joseph used a big third quarter to pull away from Whitehorse for the victory in the 1A consolation bracket. Amanda Higgs, Kathleen Tomon and Mady White all scored in double figures to pace the Jayhawks.
2A FIRST ROUND
SOUTH SUMMIT 57, MAESER PREP 39
KANAB 74, SAN JUAN 37
NORTH SEVIER 56, ENTERPRISE 46
SUMMIT ACADEMY 54, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 40
DELTA 43, SOUTH SEVIER 29
NORTH SUMMIT 72, ROWLAND HALL 24: North Summit continued its successful season with a win in the playoffs.
MANTI 46, WATERFORD 36
MILLARD 61, EMERY 59 (OT)
MOUNTAIN VIEW 60, SALEM HILLS 50: The Bruins upset the fourth-ranked Skyhawks in the 4A quarterfinals. The Bruins were led by Stephanie Keele, who scored 24 points and had four steals, as well as, Paulani Tarawa, who scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds. The Skyhawks were led by Tiffany Madson, who scored 14 points, while freshman Lauren Gustin finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 68, BOUNTIFUL 64 (OT): Liz Eaton led the Golden Eagles to an upset of second-ranked Bountiful with 29 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and two steals. Elzi Nielsen added 15 points, while Nicole Heyn added 13 points. The win means Maple Mountain will face fifth-ranked Skyline in Fridays 4A semifinal. The Braves were led by Kennedy Redding, who scored 19 points and grabbed 18 rebounds. Freshman Jaimee Stahle finished with 17 points, while Liz Larsen added 12 points.
SKYLINE 47, TIMPVIEW 43: The fifth-ranked Eagles defeated the T-Birds behind Olivia Elliss 15 points, Hillary Weixlers 10 points and Sara Weixlers 10 rebounds. The T-Birds were led by Lyndie Haddocks 15 points, and Lacy Haddocks 11 points and seven rebounds.