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Some of the notable performances in Utah high school basketball Thursday and Friday.

CANDIE PITCHER, Bountiful: Led the Braves past rival Woods Cross with a game-high 20 points.

BRANDI DANIELS, Mtn. View: Scored a game-high 24 points to lead the second-ranked Bruins past Davis.

MELISSA TERVORT, Payson: Paced the Lions with 27 points in a win over Cyprus.

CHRISTY SHEPHERD, Wasatch: Powered the third-ranked Wasps past Delta with a game-high 27 points.

ANGIE SHEPPICK, Hunter: Connected on the game-winning shot with four seconds remaining for the Wolverines against Box Elder. She finished with 21 points and 15 rebounds.

AMANDA TALBOT, Panguitch: Bobcat leader scored 12 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in win over Piute.

CASEY BRINKLEY, Wasatch Aca.: Led all scorers with 31 points in win over Meridian, which was led by Neisha Elkington's 26 points and 17 rebounds.

NATALIE HUGHES, Hurricane: Paced the Tigers past North Sanpete with a game-high 24 points.

STEPHANIE JOHNSTON, Taylorsville: Found the mark on a trio of three-point shots en route to scoring a game-high 23 points in win over Layton.

JEREMY JEPPESON, Viewmont: Led the Vikings past Bingham with 25 points and eight rebounds. Lance Barnes had 18 points and 14 rebounds for the Miners.

KEN CLARK, Sky View: Led all scorers with 26 points as Bobcats claimed victory at Snow Canyon.

CASEY BLACKER, Box Elder: Helped the Bees sting Pine View by contributing 21 points to the winning effort.

CHAD HUNTSMAN, Cyrpus: Scored 19 points as the Pirates soundly thumped Kearns.

BRETT ALLEN, Bountiful: Paced the Braves past East with a game-high 29 points, including two three-pointers.

RHETT DEETS, Uintah: Class 3A football MVP showed prowess on the hardwood with 22 points in Ute win over Montrose, Colo.

BOB LONERGAN, RHSM: Scored 31 points in non-league win Friday.

JAKE APLANALP, So. Summit: Hit two three-pointers and finished with a game-high 23 points in win over visiting Granite.

JED KELLY, Dugway: Led the high-scoring Mustangs with 24 points in lopsided win over West Desert. Teammate Brett Palmer added 23.

DAVID NIELSEN, Brighton: Bengal finished with 28 points in triumph over Hunter.

J.J. NIELSEN, Mtn. Crest: High-scorer for Mustangs, finishing with 22 pointa, in win over Roy.

JOHN HOF, Northridge: Scored 21 points as Knights stopped Morgan.

SHILOH RHOADES, Tabiona: His 23 points led his troops past Manila.

NATE COOPER & DAN BROOKS, Timpview: Combined for 35 points as the top-ranked Thunderbirds knocked off Mountain View.