MURRAY -- Jake Schroeder netted a game-high 17 points and the Bingham Miners used a strong second half to defeat Murray 62-46 in a preseason game Friday.

Schroeder hit three 3-pointers on the night as Bingham (2-0) broke open a tie game at halftime to take a 43-34 lead into the final quarter.Nate Lever scored 12 points to lead Murray, which fell to 2-1.

In Friday's other games:

MOUNTAIN VIEW 56, DAVIS 45: The Bruins used a 30-12 scoring edge in the second half to rally past the Darts. Jeff Gardner had 16 for Mountain View.

OLYMPUS 59, LAYTON 54: Trailing 20-10 in the second quarter, the Titans put together a 38-14 run to take the lead and withstood a Lancer rally for the win. Josh Steenblik had 27 for Olympus.

TIMPANOGOS 98, PAYSON 63: Golden Ingle hit three 3-pointers and finished with 25 points to lead the Timberwolves.

BOUNTIFUL 67, WEBER 53: A big third quarter sprung the Braves to the win as Brett Paxton led all scorers with 17 points.

TAYLORSVILLE 56, NORTHRIDGE 45: The Warriors overcame an 11-point halftime deficit to post the road victory.

HILLCREST 61, GRANGER 47: Blake Hansen and Judd Lyon combined for 46 points and the Huskies took advantage of 11 first-quarter turnovers by the Lancers.

GALENA, NEV. 52, SPANISH FORK 42: Preston Hicks scored 14 points but the Dons could never overcome an early deficit in the road loss.

OREM 61, BISHOP GORMAN, NEV. 49: Jeff Ford poured in a game-high 25 points and Shawn Opunui added 15 more for the Tigers.

COTTONWOOD 62, HUNTER 60 (OT): Josh Neely's layup with five seconds left in OT gave him 16 points and the Colts the victory. Derek Dawes had 17 to lead Cottonwood.

UINTAH 72, SNOW CANYON 70: Trevor Richins hit for 24 points and the Utes survived a late shooting flurry by the Warriors.

TABIONA 61, PANGUITCH 51: Levi Gines scored 25 points as the Tigers jumped out to a 24-9 lead and cruised past the Bobcats.

BEAR RIVER 69, BOX ELDER 56: The Bears pulled away in the second half for the win as Chris Huber led all scorers with 18 points.

ALTA 49, WEST JORDAN 41: The Hawks took a 12-point lead at halftime but had to hang on to down the Jaguars behind Cory Wardle's 12 points.

VIEWMONT 56, FREMONT 53: The Vikings eked out the victory as Jackson Vroman had 15 points and seven rebounds.

DUGWAY 60, WASATCH ACADEMY 20: Aaron Hoody scored 19 points as the Mustangs led 42-2 at halftime.

WOODS CROSS 53, MORGAN 46: Ben Stock tossed in 19 points and the Wildcats overcame a halftime deficit.

LONE PEAK 64, COPPER HILLS 54: The Knights pulled away in the final quarter to top the Grizzlies as sophomores Sam Burgess and Troy Goeckeritz each had 16 points.

NORTH SEVIER 53, WAYNE 49: Craig Laing had 23 points and the Badgers put up big fourth-quarter rally but still fell to the Wolves.

BRIGHTON 61, AMERICAN FORK 41: Garner Meads racked up 27 points to lead the Bengals past the Cavemen. Jesse Pinegar added 15 for Brighton.

GRANITE 66, CYPRUS 48: Anthony Parker had 17 points and Eddie Johnson added 15 more in the Farmer victory.

BEAVER 63, SOUTH SEVIER 60 (OT): Reggie Parsons' 3-pointer for South Sevier sent the game into OT where the Beavers prevailed on five free throws. Derek Bunker had 17 for Beaver.


WENDOVER 118, TINTIC 75: Sloan Sweat led five players in double figures with 34 points as the Wildcats ripped the Miners.


OGDEN 59, MILLARD 58: Ben Allison netted 22 points and the Tigers got a last-second free throw to advance to the title game.


BEN LOMOND 42, LOGAN 39: Shaud Lauder's 3-pointer with 18 seconds left gave him 16 for the game and the Scots the championship title of their own tournament.


GUNNISON 59, CEDAR CITY 50: Rory Hansen and Justin Holmes each scored 17 points to lead the Bulldogs to victory.

SAN JUAN 69, VIRGIN VALLEY 53: Sheldon Spottedelk scored 10 of his game-high 19 points in a 25-point fourth quarter for the Broncos.

PAROWAN 51, ESCALANTE 50: Taylor Smith had 12 points for the Rams. Jared Smith led Escalante with 20 points.


OLYMPUS 59, HUNTER 41: The Titans used a 15-4 edge in the second quarter to pull away from the Wolverines. Rachel Robbins had 15 for Oly, while Sally Toia 14 for Hunter.

TIMPVIEW 70, GREEN RIVER, WYO. 52: The top-ranked T-Birds of 4A improved to 3-0 as Ruth Donaldson racked up a triple-double with 33 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks.

GRANGER 61, TIMPANOGOS 58: Julianne Orgill netted 19 points and Sarah Rollins added 13 more for the Lancers. Melanie Davies had 18 for Timpanogos.

LEHI 42, AMERICAN FORK 31: Lacey Yates had 13 points and the Pioneers used a tough man-to-man defense to earn the victory.

SKY VIEW 46, SPANISH FORK 33: Mickey Folsom netted 16 points and Katie Jensen thieved six steals for the Bobcats.

LOGAN 51, CARBON 42: Salli McEvoy tossed in 15 points and the Grizzlies enjoyed a scoring edge in every quarter.

JORDAN 52, GRANITE 40: The Beetdiggers jumped out early and outdistanced the Farmers as Jamie Hendricks poured in 23 points.

NORTH SEVIER 41, ROWLAND HALL 31: Suzanne Gurr scored 21 points and hauled in eight rebounds to lead the Wolves to a win.

UNION 55, MORGAN 53: The top-ranked Cougars came up with the game-winning shot with 15 seconds left to pull out the road win. Sheila Hutchison topped Union with 13 points.

GREEN RIVER 65, PIUTE 56: Coralie Hughes tossed in 24 points and the Pirates overcame an early 10-point deficit.

RICH 51, INT. CHRISTIAN 40: Michelle Weston had 13 points for the victorious Rebels, while Shelby Box scored 22 for ICS.

ENTERPRISE 48, CANYON VIEW 33: Ashley Staheli recorded 18 points and the Wolves overcame a sluggish start for the win.

PAROWAN 53, VIRGIN VALLEY 36: Casey Cooke hit four 3-pointers and finished with 27 points for the Rams.


GRAND 58, GUNNISON 50: Shelly Nation scored 14 points and the Red Devils knocked off the host Bulldogs.

MANTI 40, ESCALANTE 34: Anique Denton's 11-point effort spurred the Templars past the Moquis.


VIEWMONT 58, OGDEN 43: The Vikings beat the Tigers toadvanced to the title game.

CLEARFIELD 43, TOOELE 41: The Falcons squeaked past the Buffaloes and into the title game.

JUDGE 51, COTTONWOOD 42: Kim Conspantineseo had 13 points and the Bulldogs used a 33-16 fourth quarter edge for the consolation bracket win.


SPRINGVILLE 62, UINTAH 53: Emily Groesbeck tossed in 19 points and 10 steals, and the Red Devils used a 19-9 scoring edge in the fourth quarter to pull out the win. WASATCH 56, MOFFAT CO. 34: Emily Davis had 16 points and Allison Brown added 14 more in the Wasp win at the Uintah Tournament.


PINE VIEW 47, CEDAR CITY 27: Jessica Freeman topped the Panthers with 12 points in a consolation win.