Following are some of the notable performances in high school basketball across the state Thursday and Friday:
JASON ALLEN, Lehi: Ripped the nets for 30 points to lead the Pioneers past visiting Hurricane 62-53.
DANE ISHIAHIA, Hillcrest: Scored 21 points in the Huskies' 62-53 win over Jordan.
LINCOLN TAYLOR, Payson: Led the Lions past American Fork, 76-56 with 26 points.
TODD CHRISTENSEN, Highland: Helped the Rams defeat rival East 56-50 by scoring a game-high 18 points, including a pair of treys.
KEVIN BROWN, Beaver: Tallied 20 points in the Beavers 69-66 triumph over the Gunnison Builldogs.
ADAM SHARP, Alta: Scored a team-high 19 points to lead the No. 1-ranked Hawks to the championship of the Roy-Ben Lomond tournament.
JEREMY JEPPESON, Viewmont: Canned a pair of three-pointers en route to scoring a game-high 21 points. His efforts lifted the Vikes to a 53-50 win over Layton.
BRYAN BRAEGER, Bear River: Led the Bears to a 73-70 win over Granite by scoring 28 points and drilling five three-point shots.
CRAIG JENSEN, Delta: Scored 17 points and connected on a trio of treys as the Rabbits raced past Wayne, 66-41.
NATE COOPER, Timpview: Paced the top-ranked Thunderbirds (4A) to a 60-55 win at Hunter by scoring 18 points.
JAYCEE WEBSTER, American Fork: Helped the Cavewomen knock out neighboring rival Pleasant Grove with 29 points.
MALINDA LYNCH, Bingham: Scored a team-high 23 points in the Miners' win over Bonneville.
EMILY FREEZE, Timpview: Netted 29 points and picked up four steals as the third-ranked Thunderbirds defeated Woods Cross.
AMBER PHERSON, Hillcrest: Led the Huskies with 23 points, 12 steals, seven rebounds, six assists and one blocked shot in a 84-34 rout of Roy.
MEGAN JENSEN, Davis: Scored nine points in the pivotal third quarter as Darts defeated Clearfield 41-37. She finished with a game-high 14.
SUNNY MYERS, Beaver: Finished with 23 points, hitting a trio of three-pointers, in the Beavers' 61-50 loss at higher classification Richfield.
JANNA WHITMAN, Skyline: Connected on four three-pointers en route to 20 points as the Eagles blasted neighborhood rival Olympus 60-33.