Manila 73, Layton Christian 69

PRICE — Layton Christian lost only three games all season to win the Region 17 title outright, but Wednesday, it failed to make it past the first round of the 1A state tournament, losing to Manila, 73-69, at Carbon High School.

Carly Muir had a huge game for the Mustangs, leading them offensively with 26 points. Teammates Kaylyn Reed and Rebecca Beck added 16 and 13 points, respectively.

Layton Christian had three players in double figures. The Eagles were led in scoring by Megan Jones, who had 19 points and Shantee Releford, with 18 points. Teammate Jessica Fridberg added 14, but it just wasn't enough to overcome the Mustangs.

Manila will play Salt Lake Christian Academy Thursday night, while Layton Christian will play Altamont in the consolation bracket.

INT. CHRISTIAN 54, WHITEHORSE 28: Katie Spence led Intermountain Christian to a win with 15 points, while teammate Jessica Newhouse added 14. Duchena Martin was the top scorer for Whitehorse with eight points.

RICH 64, ST. JOSEPH 31: Sammy Stuart and Maren Hansen led the Rebels to the win, scoring 15 and 14 points, respectively.

PANGUITCH 80, TINTIC 24: The Bobcats were led offensively by Camille Christensen and Shelly Hatch, who scored 18 and 17 points, respectively, as Panguitch won its first-round game. Tintic's top scorer was Emily Curler.

SALT LAKE CHRISTIAN 49, ALTAMONT 38: Alyssa Lightner led the Dragonslayers with 16 points in their win over the Long Horns. Marlee Mower scored 18 for Altamont.

VALLEY 49, WEST DESERT 37: Kaydee Allred's 27 points weren't enough to lift the Hawks over the Buffaloes. Two Valley players, Laurie Goulding and Natalie Heaton, had 12 points to lead the Buffaloes.

DUGWAY 48, SALT LAKE LUTHERAN 38: Natasha Pagan tallied 22 points as the Mustangs opened the tournament with a triumph. Stacy Knudsvig countered with 14 for the Lynx.

WAYNE 56, TABIONA 45: The Badgers advanced to the second round with the victory over the Tigers. Kali Taylor had only three field goals but hit 15 of 16 from the foul line for 21 points for the Badgers. Janae Van Tassell led the Tigers with 17 points.