SOUTH SUMMIT 58, PAROWAN 46: After Parowan outscored South Summit by nine points to tie the game heading into the fourth quarter, South Summit showed great poise in the fourth quarter to pull away for the 2A quarterfinal victory.
EMERY 78, SUMMIT ACADEMY 73 (OT): Down 12 heading into the fourth quarter, Emery rallied for the stunning overtime victory over Summit Academy thanks to a furious fourth-quarter rally. Sophomore Bowdie Jacobson tied the game with a 3-pointer with 3.5 seconds remaining to send the game into overtime.
MANTI 76, SAN JUAN 59: The Templars pulled away from the Broncos in the second half of their quarterfinal win. Manti had four players in double digits, led by Thomas Allred, who scored 17 points. He also had four assists and three steals, while Derek Wright added 16 points, four rebounds and two steals. Connor Bolles and Stuart Lott added 11 points each in the win. The Broncos were led by DiQuan Lopez, who scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds, earned five assists and had four steals.
ENTERPRISE 55, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 46: The unranked Wolves upset the top-ranked Eagles with stifling defense and patient offensive play. The Wolves were led by Travis Dougherty, who scored 14 points and Isaac Wallin, who added 12 points. The Eagles were led by Taylan Barrett, who scored 13 points and grabbed 8 rebounds.
RICHFIELD 49, BEN LOMOND 36: Richfield had three players score in double figures, led by Brandon Willardson's double-double of a game-high 18 points and 10 boards, to lead Richfield past Ben Lomond and into the 3A semifinals against Pine View.
PINE VIEW 55, UINTAH 48: Pine View shot nearly 60 percent from the field in the opening half to take a 17-point lead at the break and held off a late and ferocious charge from Uintah to advance to the 3A semifinals. Garrett Bowker led all scorers with 20 points, six rebounds and two steals, while Charles Petersen added 17 more in the win.
DESERT HILLS 49, JUAN DIEGO 42: Desert Hills' suffocating defense and poise at the charity stripe came up big down the stretch as the Thunder shocked Juan Diego to advance to the 3A semifinals. Quincy Mathews had a monstrous double-double of 22 points and 11 rebounds in the win, while Gabe Colosimo also netted 22 in the loss.
DIXIE 43, BEAR RIVER 41: Dixie's Tyler Bennett netted 12 of his team's 14 fourth-quarter points and scored nine of his game-high 17 points in the final three minutes alone, including a buzzer-beating trey, to lift Dixie over Bear River and into the 3A semifinals.
OLYMPUS 58, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 57: Miles Keller drained a jumper with 12 seconds remaining, which proved to be the difference after Maple Mountain missed a shot at the other end as Olympus survived to advance to the 4A semifinals. Keller finished with 15 points, while teammate Jake Lindsey led all scorers with 24 points.
KEARNS 51, LOGAN 48: In a game with 11 ties and 16 lead changes, Kearns held on for the narrow 51-48 victory over Logan to advance to the 4A semifinals. Buay Kuajian scored 12 points to lead the Cougars while Tayler Marteliz and Journey Ebet Buba added 10 points each.
BOUNTIFUL 67, SPANISH FORK 51: After surviving a first-round scare earlier in the week, Bountiful was firmly in control in an easy quarterfinal victory over Spanish Fork. Jeff Pollard scored 16 points and added 14 rebounds for the Braves, while Zac Seljaas added 17 points and five assists. Bountifuls defense held Spanish Fork to just 30 percent shooting, and 18 percent in the first half.
OREM 62, TIMPVIEW 48: Wilhelm Clark scored 20 points, Hayden Young added 19 and Richard Harward chipped in with 10 points and 11 rebounds as Orem smoked Timpview in the 4A quarterfinals. The Tigers led 25-15 at the half stretched the lead to 25 points at one point in the second half.
REG. 18 TOURNAMENT
ST. JOSEPH 91, TELOS 70: St. Joseph took care of business at home in the Region 18 Tournament.
WENDOVER 60, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 57: Wendover won a close game in the Region 18 Tournament.
DUGWAY 75, MOUNT VERNON 69: Scott Wang's 36 points, including nine 3-pointers, wasn't enough to lead the Patriots to victory.
TINTIC 76, WEST DESERT 31: Tintic took care of business, picking up the win in the Region 18 tournament behind a team effort as 12 different players scored.
REG. 20 TOURNAMENT
VALLEY 65, ESCALANTE 34: Valley picked up the Region 20 tournament win over Escalante.
PANGUITCH 72, MILFORD 52: Panguitch had three players over 20 points on the way to the Region 20 Tournament win.
WAYNE 59, BRYCE VALLEY 56: Wayne pulled off the upset in the Region 20 Tournament behind Jake Stevens 19 points.
PIUTE 84, DIAMOND RANCH 48: 5 players scored in double figures to lead Piute to the win.
RICH 63, DUCHESNE 47: Wyatt Muirbrook and Mitch Jarman combined for 33 points to lead the Rebels, who closed the first half on a 27-3 run.
GREEN RIVER 44, MONTICELLO 40: Green River's six seniors left their home court for the final time on a good note after they tied up the standings with Monticello.
KANAB 43, SOUTH SUMMIT 39: Kaitlin Glover led the third-ranked Cowboys to a quarterfinal win with 13 points and five rebounds. The Wildcats were led by Josie Grajek, who scored 16 points and earned four rebounds.
NORTH SEVIER 46, SUMMIT ACADEMY 39: Peyton Torgerson led the Wolves to a quarterfinal victory with 15 points and 17 rebounds. Meisha Johnson added 12 points. Marissa Hathaway led the Bears with eight points, while Kendell Mapstone added seven points and five steals in the loss.
DELTA 55, NORTH SUMMIT 34: The Rabbits were led to a victory by Sidney Springer, who finished with 17 points and six rebounds, while Harlee Willoughby added six points and nine rebounds. The Braves were led by Haylee McQueen, who had 14 points and three steals, while Hunter Vernon added 13 points, 8 rebounds and five steals.
MANTI 64, MILLARD 57: Amanda Naylor hit 8-of-10 free throws in the game's final minutes to ice the quarterfinal win for the Templars. Mikaela Cox added 18 points and three rebounds. She finished with 25 points, nine rebounds and three steals. The win means Manti will play Delta in the 2A semifinals on Friday. The Eagles were led by Anna Camp, who finished with 14 points and 5 rebounds, while Shantel Kesler added 13 points, three rebounds, two assists and three steals. Kenlie Lemon added five points and six steals in the loss.
CARBON 50, STANSBURY 48 (OT): Carbon's Jordan Scoggins had herself a night as she posted 28 points, 12 of which came from deep, six steals, one assist and one rebound to power the Dinos past Stansbury and into the 3A semifinals.
MORGAN 50, CEDAR 43: Morgan took a six-point advantage heading into the fourth quarter and executed down the stretch to knock off No. 1 Cedar and advance to the 3A semifinals. Brooklyn Hurlbut led a balanced-scoring attack with 13 points and eight boards, while Jessica Carter added 12 more and Lily Henry added nine points and 11 boards in the win.
JUAN DIEGO 73, DESERT HILLS 58: The Soaring Eagle used a 27-3 run during a 9:42 stretch across the first and second quarters to pull away with the quarterfinal victory and remain undefeated on the season. Monique Mills dominated the game with 30 points, 12 rebounds, and five steals. Dominique Mills had 21 points, eight rebounds, and three steals for Juan Diego. Ashley Beckstrand led Desert Hills in the loss, scoring 30 points on 4-for-5 shooting from the 3-point line with five rebounds and three steals.
BEAR RIVER 44, JUAB 36 (OT): Juab forward Hannah Robins, a 6-foot freshman, hit two free throws with 0.8 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime. Bear River responded with eight straight points in the extra period to secure the 3A quarterfinal victory.