Janna Whitman's two free throws with 12 seconds left in the second overtime gave Skyline a thrilling 73-70 victory over Taylorsville Thursday.

Skyline (5-3) trailed by eight points heading into the final quarter but came back to send the game into extra sessions thanks to the shooting of Katie Welsh and Heidi Kinnersley.The Eagles missed a chance to win the game in the first overtime when a game-winning attempt didn't find the net.

Skyline's defense took over in the second overtime, holding Taylorsville (7-2) to just one point and setting up Whitman's heroics.

Welsh topped Skyline with 21 points and Kinnersley added 17.

Stephanie Johnston led all scorers with 23 points for the Warriors, while teammate Lindsay Sodja chipped in 21.

Elsewhere in the state:

Bountiful 55, Ben Lomond 41

At Bountiful, Candie Pitcher poured in a game-high 27 points to lead the Braves past the Scots. Bountiful (5-2) used strong play from its bench to help stave off Ben Lomond (5-3). Lisa Knudson led the Scots with 19 points.

Preston, Idaho 73, Sky View 52

At Preston, the top-ranked Bobcats of 4A, playing without two starters, dropped their first game of the season. Jessica Sparrow led Sky View (7-1) with 19 points. The Bobcats won the first meeting between these two teams last month.

North Sanpete 50, Pine View 41

At North Sanpete, the Hawks broke open a close game in the final quarter to grab a tough home win over the Panthers. Tawnya Crumb netted 21 points for North Sanpete (6-4), while Tiffany Turek led Pine View (7-5) with 13.

Bear River 59, West 55

At Bear River, the Bears pulled away in the final period to take a home victory over the Panthers. Bear River improved to 5-3, while West dropped to 3-4.

Ogden 37, Provo 26

At Provo, the Tigers used a tough 1-3-1 defense to stifle the Bulldogs and pick up a big road win. Amber Whiteaker scored 21 points to lead the way for Ogden (4-4). Lori Redd paced Provo (4-4) with 11.

Piute 65, Green River 46

At Green River, Jenny Poll tossed in a game-high 25 points to help the Thunderbirds sink the Pirates. Piute improved to 4-8 overall. Green River dropped to 3-5.

Fredonia, Ariz., 48, Panguitch 36

At Panguitch, the Bobcats played kind hosts and gave away a victory to its neighbors from the south. Mindy Hulet scored 11 to lead Panguitch (6-7).

Cyprus 62, Hunter 53

At Cyprus, Angie Sheppick lit it up for 33 points and 14 rebounds for the Wolverines but it wasn't enough as they fell to the Pirates. Lesley Turner scored 22 for Cyprus (1-5) as Hunter fell to 1-8 overall.

Uintah 41, Spanish Fork 32

At Uintah, the Utes improved to 6-4 on the season by dropping the Dons. Uintah held Spanish Fork (2-6) to single digit-scoring in every quarter.

Hurricane 60, Virgin Valley, Nev., 23

At Moapa Valley Tournament, the top-ranked Hurricanes of 3A advanced to the championship game of the tourney by trouncing its opponent. Natalie Hughes and Michon Hepworth each scored 14 for Hurricane (7-2).

South Summit 58, Park City 21

At South Summit, the Wildcats jumped out early and never looked back as they buried the Miners. Julie Blazzard paced South Summit (6-3) with 11 points.

NON-STOP HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT

Davis 50, Roy 33

Wendy Dale and Megan Jensen combined for 22 points to help the Darts cruise past the Royals. Davis improved to 4-3 overall and advanced to play American Fork today.

American Fork 64, Elko, Nev., 36

The second-ranked Cavewomen improved to 8-0 overall and advanced to the winners' bracket by dumping Elko. Shari Kelsch's 17 points led the way for American Fork, while Jaycee Webster added 16.

Woods Cross 48

Evanston, Wyo. 38

Tiffany Britton led a balanced-scoring attack with 11 points as the Wildcats defeated Evanston. Woods Cross advanced to meet Hillcrest today in the winners' bracket.

Hillcrest 80, Chapperal, Nev., 23

The Huskies rolled over Chapperal, which had lost just one game this season. Kristin Smith topped Hillcrest (6-2) with 19 points, while teammate Amber Pehrson added 15.

RICHFIELD CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT

Richfield 41, Dixie 40

Kristy Kimball's free throw with one second left gave the second-ranked Wildcats a tourney victory over the Flyers. Melissa Penney led Richfield (8-2) with 12 points and helped them advance to the championship game against Wayne today.

Wayne 52, Millard 48

The Badgers advanced to the championship game by dropping the Eagles. Nissa Potter's 24-point attack paced Wayne (8-3), while Cynthia Olsen led Millard (3-3) with 17.