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1A boys basketball — Wednesday scores

First-round games in the 1A high school boys state basketball tournament being played Wednesday at Dixie College:

Tabiona 48, Bryce Valley 46

Chase Rhoades had four 3-pointers and led three players in double-figures as the Tigers edged the Mustangs.

Riley Bagley added 15 and Logan Gines had 11, including the go-ahead basket in the final minute for Tabiona (20-3). Lucas Ramsay scored 16 to pace BV (9-14).

Bryce Valley 11 6 13 16 - 46

Tabiona 9 14 9 16 - 48

Bryce Valley - Mathews 2, Ramsay 16, Kl. Chynoneth 6, Mecham 5, Ky. Chynoneth 2, Twitchell 13, Brinkerhoff 2. Totals 13 11-20 46. 3-pointers - Ramsay 2, Kl. Chynoweth

Tabiona - Gines 11, Park 2, Rhoades 16, Bagley 15, Fabrizio 4. Totals 12 13-16 48. 3-pointers - Gines, Rhoades 4.

Panguitch 67, Dugway 35

The Bobcats jumped on the Mustangs early, outscoring Dugway 18-1 in the first period. DHS closed to within 29-15 at the half before Panguitch (17-5) exploded for a 27-6 third period edge.

Acey Burningham led the charge with 16 points and 11 different Bobcats scored in the rout. Wes Anderton led Dugway (14-9) with nine points.

Dugway 1 14 6 14 - 35

Panguitch 18 11 27 11 - 67

Dugway - Anderton 9, Nelson 7, Shultz 5, Rose 8, Wall 5, Donahue 1. Totals 13 9-23 35.

Panguitch - B. Englestead 8, Pollock 8, Burningham 16, D. Englestead 4, Howard 4, Christensen 2, Black 2, Dalton 3, Tebbs 4, Fullmer 10, Sawyer 6. Totals 26 3-7 67. 3-pointers - Pollock 2, Burningham 2.

Altamont 62, St. Joseph 46

Tate Sorensen scored 12 of his 20 points in the third quarter as the Longhorns pulled away from the Jayhawks. Joey Meeks had 25 to lead Altamont (18-6), which moved into the quarterfinals with the victory.

Andrew Alvarez did all he could to keep St. Joe (14-8) in the game, scoring 14 points, including three 3-pointers.

Altamont 12 14 23 13 - 62

St. Joseph 11 4 12 19 - 46

Altamont - Burton 2, Oman 2, Meeks 25, Dastrup 7, Goodrich 2, Sorensen 20, Stevenson 2, Tew 1, Asa 1. Totals 24 11-20 62. 3-pointers - Sorensen.

St. Joseph - Olsen 1, Schwartz 4, Alvarez 14, Whipple 6, Barela 2, McEntee 2, Pretti 2, Johnson 4, Buresh 4. Totals 15 7-12 46. 3-pointers - Alvarez 3

Salt Lake Christian 44, West Desert 34

Freshman Dan Mullins scored 13 points and junior Chris Anderson blocked seven shots as the Dragonslayers survived a slowdown game with the Hawks.

Anderson had eight points and changed as many shots as he blocked as SLC led throughout, but never by more than the final score.

Kaleb Murphy had 19 to pace West Desert, which will play Dugway in consolation play Thursday.

SLC will play Panguitch in the quarterfinals at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

West Desert 9 10 6 9 - 34

Salt Lake Christian 14 9 7 14 - 44

West Desert - Alder 10, Murphy 19, N. Anderson 3, Lebaron 2. Totals 11 7-11 34. 3-pointers - Murphy 4, N. Anderson.

Salt Lake Christian - Augustine 9, Dan Mullins 13, Moore 2, Tyson 3, Larry 7, C. Anderson 8, Dave Mullins 2. Totals 18 1-1 44. 3-pointers - Augustine 3, Dan Mullins 2, Tyson, Larry.

Waterford 50, Manila 45

Ryan Pelo scored eight of his teams 10 fourth-quarter points as the Ravens held off a feisty Manila squad.

Pelo finished with 16 points while Ryan Judd added 11 and Josh Orr poured in 10 as Waterford built a 40-32 lead late and held on from there to pick up its 20th win of the year against one loss. Waterford will play Green River Thursday at 6 p.m. in the quarterfinals.

Shay Schofield had 13, including 7-of-9 from the line, and Robert Asay contributed 10 for the Mustangs (10-13).

Manila 9 9 14 13 45

Waterford 10 12 18 10 50

Manila (45) Catron 2, Olson 6, Schofield 13, Larsen 9, Asay 10, Kippen 5. Totals 13 17-22 45. 3-pointers Larsen, Kippen.

Waterford (50) Judd 11, Proctor 3, Reynolds 5, Orr 10, Pelo 16, Wade 4, Reber 1. Totals 20 9-13 50. 3-pointers Proctor.

Green River 70, Intermountain Christian 50

The Pirates dominated the interior in this game as post players Kalen Parsons and Brian Johnson combined for 39 points.

Green River outscored the Lions 53-33 in the first three quarters and coasted in the fourth. Parsons led all scorers with 22 and made all four of his free throw attempts for the Pirates (20-3), who play Waterford at 6 p.m. Thursday in the quarterfinals.

ICS, 14-9, was led by Michael Scharps 20 points.

Intermountain Christian 17 9 7 17 50

Green River 22 13 18 17 70

Intermountain Christian Christiansen 12, Assmus 8, Williams 1, Baskett 7, Gutman 2,

Scharp 20 Totals 18 6-10 50. 3-pointers Christiansen 4, Assmus 2, Scharp 2.

Green River Bayles 12, Parsons 22, Johnson 17, Ekker 2, Mitchell 8, Willardson 2, Keele 2, Bayles 5 Totals 29 9-12 70. 3-pointers Parsons 2, Bayles.

Wayne 76, Wendover 43

The Badgers jumped all over the Wildcats, outscoring them 22-4 in the first quarter and coasting to the 33-point victory behind 19 from Jeff Oyler.

Eleven different Wayne players scored, with Rory Flanagan and Gordon Vandyke also notching double-figures in the win. Wayne, 15-9, plays Valley Thursday at 4:30 in another quarterfinal.

Wendover, 9-12, plays a consolation game vs. Rich at 1 p.m.

Wayne 22 16 25 13 76

Wendover 4 17 8 14 43

Wayne Durfey 4, Wandyke 10, Taft 8, Elmer 2, Flanagan 11, Coleman 3, Torgerson 4, Davis 9, Jones 4, Taylor 2, Oyker 19. Totals 32 9-10 76. 3-pointers Vandyke 2, Davis.

Wendover Ruvalcaba 6, Palomares 2, Sweat 18, Tripp 15. Totals 16 7-13 43. 3-pointers Sweat, Tripp.

Valley 62, Rich 48

Five players scored at least seven points for the Buffaloes as they stampeded over the Rebels. Marvin Hoyt led the pack with 19, including eight in a first quarter that saw Valley jump out to a 17-6 lead.

The Buffs, 20-2, play fellow Region 15 mate Wayne at 4:30 Thursday in the quarterfinals.

The Rebels, 15-10, were led by Kyle Motta's 20 points. They play at 1 p.m. in a consolation game with Wendover.

Rich 6 12 12 18 - 48

Valley 17 17 7 21 - 62

Rich - C. Weston 2, Stringham 7, Holmes 5, Motta 20, Sealy 11, J. W

eston 3. Totals 15 17-23 48. 3-pointers - Stringham.

Valley - Cascone 8, O. Hoyt 11, Goulding 7, M. Hoyt 19, Griffiths 4

, Smith 2, Gloer 3, Sorensen 8. Totals 20 17-23 62. 3-pointers - Cascone, O. Hoyt, M. Hoyt 2, Glover.