The top-ranked Alta Hawks advanced to the championship game of the Grand Junction tournament by defeating Fruita Monument, Colo. 77-64 Friday.

Brad Wilden scored 20 points to lead the way for Alta (5-0), which jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead and cruised to the victory.Adam Sharp added 19 points for the Hawks, while Nate Knight chipped in 13. Alta will meet Grand Junction tonight in the tournament title game and then will travel to play in a tournament in Lincoln, Neb., on Dec. 28-30.

Elsewhere in the state:

Davis 56, Roy 38

At Davis, a 19-7 first quarter gave the Darts enough cushion as they dumped the Royals. Kelby Miller scored 18 points to lead the way for Davis (3-4), while Mike Puzey led Roy with 12.

Layton 64, Cottonwood 60

At Cottonwood, the Lancers (3-3) squeezed out a tough road victory over the Colts thanks to 20 points by Chad King. Troy Brown paced Cottonwood (2-3) with 14 points.

Granger 64, Skyline 53

At Granger, Andy Butterfield and Tim Erickson each scored 17 points to lead the Lancers past the Eagles. Adam Gallagher added 13 for Granger (2-3), while Kyle Gardner led Skyline with 17.

Bountiful 58, Woods Cross 43

At Bountiful, the Braves moved their record to a perfect 6-0 by dumping the Wildcats. Bountiful trailed by six at the end of the first quarter but used a 23-5 second quarter advantage to take the lead for good. Wade Nielsen led all scorers with 19 for Woods Cross (2-4).

Highland 76, Judge 48

At Judge, the Rams trailed at the end of the first quarter but put it on in the final three quarters to muzzle the Bulldogs. Winston Scott recorded 22 points and Todd Christensen 18 for Highland; the loss dropped Judge to 3-2.

Brighton 66, Kearns 41

At Kearns, Dave Nielsen's 22 points paced the Bengals to victory and kept the Cougars winless. Scott Harrison added 11 for Brighton, which ruined a 17-point effort for Quincy LeVao of Kearns (0-6).

Pleasant Grove 68, American Fork 63

At American Fork, the Vikings picked up a big road victory by dropping the Cavemen. Justin Wilkes lit it up for 28 points for Pleasant Grove, while James Bromley had 14 for A.F. (3-4).

Hillcrest 59, West Jordan 47

At Hillcrest, Chad Keetch and Dane Ishihara combined for 39 points to help the Huskies defeat the Jaguars. Hillcrest (3-3) pulled away in the fourth quarter to keep West Jordan (0-6) winless.

Box Elder 61, Lehi 58

At Lehi, the Bees improved to 6-1 overall with a road win over the Pioneers. Casey Blacker was the king Bee of the night with 18 points. Jason Allan also had 18 for Lehi (3-6).

Bear River 72, Grace, Idaho, 56

At Bear River, Bryan Braegger scored 17 points and Ryan Toon added 13 to lead the Bears to a win over their neighbors from the north. Bear River (3-2) jumped out to a 40-23 halftime lead.

Jordan 58, Carbon 48

At Carbon, Jeremy Jewkes scored 19 points for the Dinos, but it wasn't enough as they fell to the Beetdiggers.

Wasatch 60, Granite 53

At Wasatch, the Wasps slowly pulled away to take a victory from the Farmers. Kirt Hoffman topped Wasatch (2-3) with 19, while teammate Mike Witkamp added 16.

Mountain View 65, Payson 61

At Mountain View, the Bruins used the inside work of Jared Hunsaker and Jake Fugal to help them get by the Lions. Hunsaker scored 16 and Fugal added 15 for Mountain View (4-1). Joel Ockey scored 18 in a losing effort for Payson (4-1).

Spanish Fork 65, Murray 52

At Spanish Fork, Josh Davis hit for 17 and Kris Jex for 14 as the Dons knocked off the Spartans. Jeff Johnson had 17 for Murray.

Olympus 67, Bingham 57

At Olympus, Jeff Pederson scored 26 points, including three 3-pointers, to help the Titans get past the Miners. Olympus (3-2) used a 23-10 third quarter to take a lead it would not relinquish. Clint Waddell netted 19 for Bingham (3-3).

Provo 62, Hunter 43

At Provo, the Bulldogs kept the Wolverines at bay to pick up a non-region win.

Snow Canyon 75, North Sanpete 63

At North Sanpete, the Warriors used a 43-22 advantage in the middle quarters to propel them to a win against the Hawks. Nathan Ibach led Snow Canyon (4-5) with 20.

Richfield 61, Millard 58

At Richfield, Richard Luekenga's 20-point effort helped lead the Wildcats past the Eagles. Richfield (3-3) led by 13 at half but had to hang on for the win despite a 26-point night by Jason Borup for Millard (5-2).

Tabiona 69, Green River 65

At Green River, the Tigers jumped out to a 13-1 lead and never looked back as they sunk the Pirates. Monty Nay lit it up for 22 points for Tabiona, while Ryan Parsons paced Green River (1-3) with 23.

Region 12

Manti 75, Gunnison 68

At Manti, Mike Barton tossed in 22 points and Alan Cox added 16 in the Templars victory over the Bulldogs. Manti (6-2, 1-0) jumped out to a 20-point halftime lead and coasted to the win in the region opener for both teams.

Morgan 74, North Summit 72

At North Summit, the Trojans recorded an exciting road victory over the Braves to win their region opener.

Grantsville 62, South Summit 46

At South Summit, the Cowboys opened region play with a road win over the Wildcats. Richard Mouritsen scored 16 to pace Grantsville (5-1, 1-0), while Jake Aplanalp had 19 for South Summit (5-3, 0-1).

Region 13

Kanab 64, Grand 50

At Grand, Bucky Orton and Brandon Bartlet each scored 16 points to lead the Cowboys past the Red Devils. Ryan Pene paced Grand (2-2) with 15 points.

North Sevier 61, San Juan 46

At North Sevier, the Wolves remained perfect on the season as they bucked the Broncos. Tweeb Gladwell hit for 18 points for North Sevier (4-0, 2-0), while teammate Jeramiah Forbush added 13. Monty Jones had 17 for San Juan with fell to 1-1 in region play.

Region 14

Intermtn. Christian 60, Waterford 45

At Waterford, the Lions hit 18 of 20 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter to pull away and grab a region road win over the Wolves. Steve Matlak scored all 11 of his points on free throws in the fourth quarter for ICS (3-3).

Salt Lake Lutheran 65, Manila 50

At Salt Lake Lutheran, the Lynx improved to 2-1 in region play and 3-3 overall as they dropped the Mustangs. Darren Morrison netted a career-high 18 points for SLL.

Rowland Hall 84, St. Joseph 63

At RHSM, Bob Lonergan led four players in double figures for the Winged Lions as they outdistanced the Jayhawks. Longergan scored 21, while teammate Howard Horn added 18 for RHSM (7-0). Rory McEntee paced St. Joseph with 19.

Salt Lake Christian 71, West Desert 53

At West Desert, the Dragonslayers (1-5) received 20 points from Mike Rendon and 17 from Scott Webb to help them slay the Hawks. Micah Matthews paced West Desert (0-5) with 16.

Wendover 75, Shiloah Valley 49

At Wendover, Lawson Sweat burned the nets for 26 points to lead the Wildcats to a region win over the Soldiers. Wendover (5-4, 5-0) used a 23-8 run in the third quarter to put the game on ice.

Dugway 75, Tintic 41

At Tintic, the Mustangs had little problem in taking care of the Miners. Jed Kelly scored 20 for Dugway, which jumped out to a 22-3 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

Region 15

Panguitch 62, Milford 37

At Panguitch, Bobcats dropped the Tigers to remain undefeated in region play. Kenny Tebbs scored 15 to lead Panguitch (4-2, 4-0).

Valley 69, Escalante 64

At Escalante, the Buffaloes picked up a big region road victory as they roamed over the Moquis.

Enterprise 75, Bryce Valley 52

At Enterprise, the Wolves used 20 points from Garrik Jones and 16 from Sonny Randall to lead them past the Mustangs.

Piute 80, Wayne 71

At Piute, the Thunderbirds picked up their first win of the season as they dropped the Badgers. Piute improved to 1-6 overall and 1-4 in region play.

Uintah tournament

West 76, Altamont 39

The 4A Panthers had little problem advancing to the tournament finale as they cruised past the Longhorns.

Craig, Colo., 56, Uintah 55

The Utes (4-4) dropped a heartbreaker in the opener of their own tournament. Rhett Deets score 18 points, but it wasn't enough as Derek Smith's 18 helped win it for the visitors.

SUU tournament

Timpview 72, Emery 56

The Thunderbirds used a 29-14 fourth quarter to give them a win over the Spartans. Nate Cooper scored 20 in the win for Timpview, which improved to 6-0 and advanced to the next round.