Region 4 rivals American Fork and Hillcrest will meet in the championship game of the Non-Stop Holiday Tournament today after winning their semifinal games Friday.

The second-ranked Cavewomen knocked off Davis 59-42 to advance to the finals while the fifth-ranked Huskies pulled out a 47-40 triumph over Woods Cross.Rosie Shelley canned five 3-pointers on her way to 23 points in the victory by American Fork (9-0). The Cavewomen used big outputs in the first and third quarters that helped put away the Darts (4-4). Megan Jensen led Davis with 14 points.

Meanwhile, the Huskies jumped out to a 19-6 lead at the end of the first quarter and hung on to knock off the Wildcats. Amber Pehrson topped Hillcrest (7-2) with 23 points. Tiffany Britton's 14 led the way for Woods Cross (2-4).

Hillcrest and American Fork will tip off at 4 p.m.

In the consolation bracket, Chaparral, Nev., bounced back to eke out a win over Evanston, Wyo., 57-52, while Roy (0-8) fell to Elko, Nev., 58-26.

The Royals will face Evanston at 10 a.m., and Davis takes on Woods Cross for third place at noon.

Elsewhere in the state:

West Jordan 61, East 32

At West Jordan, Stacy Jensen burned the nets for 24 points to help the Jaguars claw the Leopards. West Jordan (6-2) used a 41-17 edge in the second and third quarters to do in East (2-5).

Mountain View 42, Skyline 41

At Mountain View, after pulling out a double-overtime victory Thursday night, the Eagles couldn't grab their second win in as many nights as they fell to the third-ranked Bruins. Brandi Daniels led Mountain View (6-1) with 14 points. Janna Whitman and Katie Welsh each scored nine for Skyline (5-4).

Granger 36, Jordan 30

At Jordan, the Lancers posted the only double-digit effort of the game in the fourth quarter to give them a road win over the Beetdiggers. Hannah Toia netted half of Granger's (2-4) points. Shelly Whitehead topped Jordan (4-3) with 12.

Enterprise 59, Duchesne 44

At Enterprise, the Wolves jumped out to a quick start and failed to slow down as they took care of the Eagles. Jenny Holt's 17-point effort paced third-ranked Enterprise (9-3), while Kim Coors had 15 for Duchesne (8-3).

Orem 64, Provo 48

At Orem, the Tigers broke open a close game in the second half to drop the rival Bulldogs. Lindsey Tate led a balanced scoring attack for Orem (4-5) with 11 points, while teammates Carrie Taylor and Laura Black each added 10. Provo (4-5) was topped by Lori Red's 18 points.

Pleasant Grove 69, Logan 50

At Logan, Tirzah Church's 26 points helped the fifth-ranked Lady Vikings pick up a huge road victory over the fourth-ranked Grizzlies. Lindsey Francom added 19 for Pleasant Grove (6-2). Heather Allen led Logan (6-2) with 13.

Rich 59, Morgan 37

At Rich, Margo Groll and Liz Weston combined for 30 points as the Rebels marched over the Trojans. Rich, the second-ranked team in 1A, improved to 6-1 overall despite a 14-point effort by Amber Manning of Morgan (2-8).