Weber improved to 4-0 with an 87-86 non-region victory over Mountain Crest Wednesday.

Mitch Montgomery led all scorers 31 points as the Warriors overcame a 25-22 first quarter deficit by outscoring the Mustangs 44-36 in the second and third periods.Mountain Crest managed to close the gap with four three-pointers in the final eight minutes, but fell short of claiming victory.

Eric Baugh led the `Stangs with 28 points with Dan Conger contributing 23.

John Carter added 18 for Weber.

Elsewhere in the state:

Provo 60, American Fork 59

At Provo, Matt Williams scored 20 points and Kris Cox added 17 as the Bulldogs edged their Utah County rivals. David Eckles of American Fork led all scorers with 22.

Preston, Idaho 57, Sky View 55

At Preston, a foul call just before the final buzzer led to the winning margin as the Bobcats fell victim to their bordering neighbors.

North Sevier 50, Richfield 44

At North Sevier, a trio of Wolves combined for 41 points in a win over the Wildcats. Ryan Heath, Tweeb Gladwell and Cody Braithwaite scored 15, 14 and 12 points respectively as North Sevier improved to 3-0.

Lehi 65, Bear River 50

At Lehi, Jason Allen and Mike Gray combined for 37 points to lift the Pioneers past the Bears. Lance Magnusson added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the winners, while Ryan Toone of Bear River led all scorers with 22.

Highland 72, Northridge 60

At Northridge, Winston Scott scored 21 points and Todd Christensen added 20 as the Rams dazed the Knights. Paul Sackowitz had 19 for Northridge.

Ogden 61, Roy 40

At Ogden, the fourth-ranked Tigers improved to 6-0 with a lopsided win over the visiting Royals. Brent Moore led the way with a game-high 19 points and eight rebounds. Mike Puzey had 14 points for Roy.

Meridian 65, Salt Lake Christian 42

At Meridian, Steve Wood scored 20 points to power the Mongeese to a Region 14 victory. Matt Ashworth contributed 19 to the winning effort, while Scott Webb had 14 for the Dragonslayers.

Girls' Roundup

Altamont 39, East Carbon 35

At Altamont, Rebecca Lee led all scorers with 11 points as the Longhorns overcame a huge free throw differential to earn a non-region victory. East Carbon shot 32 foul shots, while Altamont had just 14.

Rowland Hall 62, Mount Vernon 28

At Mount Vernon, the fifth-ranked Winged Lions improved to 10-0 with a Region 14 win over the Patriots. Megan Williams and Sarah Hogle combined for 30 points to pace the winners.