DESERT HILLS 12, COPPER HILLS 2
SALEM HILLS 3, DESERT HILLS 1
WEST 12, EAST 2: West broke the game open in the second inning and got the win.
UNION 8, DELTA 2: A big fifth inning helped propel Union to the win. Jackson Reidlinger got the victory on the mound.
DELTA 8, NORTH SEVIER 7: Kael Hardy was strong on the mound as Delta built its lead, and the Rabbits held on late for the win.
WEST 14, WEST JORDAN 4: The Leopards routed the Jaguars. Mitchell Imamura got the win on the mound.
RICH 65, GREEN RIVER 45: The Rebels capped off their dominant season with a double-digit victory, winning the first boys basketball tournament in school history. Lincoln Huefner, Mitch Jarman, and Jayden Wallentine each reached double figures to lead the Rich scoring effort. TJ Hughes had 18 points and Jonathan Mendez grabbed 11 rebounds for Green River in the loss.
MONTICELLO 46, BRYCE VALLEY 42: The Buckaroos earn third place in the 1A state tournament behind the outstanding performances of Sheldon Black, who scored 17 points, and Matthew Freestone, who finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds. The Mustangs finish in fourth place. They were led by Kix Roundy, who finished with 16 points, and Daxtyn Tebbs, who added 14 points.
PANGUITCH 58, TINTIC 46: The Bobcats finished fifth in the 1A state tournament with a win over the Miners. The Bobcats were led by Trey Barney's 24 points, eight rebounds, five assists and three steals, while Dason Houston added 20 points and six rebounds. The Miners finish seventh, but boast their first two tournament wins in decades. They were led by Layne Murdoch and Kenny Wall, who each scored 13 points.
VALLEY 51, DUCHESNE 46: The Valley Buffalo earn sixth place in the 1A state tournament with a come-from-behind effort. The team was led by Austin Spencer, who scored 21 points, and Cobe Reck, who added 13 points. The Eagles finish in eighth place behind Wyatt Remund's 13 points and six rebounds.
ALTA 1, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 0: Einar Johnson recorded the shutout for the Hawks.
PAROWAN 2, JUAB 0: Orlando Cazada dished out an assist for the Rams.
NORTH SANPETE 9, PINE VIEW 0: Michael Cardenas and Michael Wade each found of the back of the net twice for North Sanpete Saturday afternoon. Javier Gaona recorded the shutout.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 1, JUAN DIEGO 0: Luis Ramirez connected on a goal from about 30 yards out partway through the second half for the only score of the game, and Jack Swillinger held things down in goal as the Bulldogs got the win.