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Northridge 70, Layton 68

LAYTON — The Northridge Knights probably started celebrating a win over their crosstown rivals a little early. In the end, they were the ones who needed to rally to the 70-68 win over the Layton Lancers.

After jumping out to a 23-7 first-quarter lead, the Knights gradually saw their lead whittle away until Layton went ahead 61-60 with three minutes remaining. After that the lead traded hands a few times before Northridge eventually prevailed.

Matt Emadi led Northridge with 21 points while Brad Barrett added 17. Scott Fitzgerald was Layton's top scorer with 18 points.

In other boys' games:


CLEARFIELD 66, DAVIS 55: BobbyBrown led Clearfield with 17 points.

COTTONWOOD 65, SKYLINE 56: The Colts' DarnellJones, JaredWatts and MarkChandler all scored in double figures to counter a 24-point effort by the Eagles' BrandonWright.


KEARNS 62, BINGHAM 57: ChrisPreece's 22 points led Kearns past the Miners.

RIVERTON 65, WEST JORDAN 55: TyeStauffer made three 3-pointers and scored 16 points as the Silverwolves defeated the Jaguars.

GRANGER 58, HUNTER 46: BrianErickson scored 20 points and led Granger's fourth-quarter comeback.

TAYLORSVILLE 51, COPPER HILLS 49: CaseyIverson led the Warriors past Copper Hills with 16 points.


BRIGHTON 60, OREM 51: JonnieKnoble and BlakeRichardson scored 19 points apiece to lead the Bengals to an overtime victory over the Tigers.

TIMPANOGOS 53, ALTA 45: AlanBartholomew scored 27 points as the Timberwolves defeated the Hawks in double overtime.

MTN. VIEW 45, JORDAN 37: The Bruins overcame a shaky first quarter start to rally for the victory. Jordan led at one point 19-10, but Mountain View made a game of it by closing the half with seven straight points. DanHenry and KarlRiding led the Bruins with 14 points.


WEBER 82, ROY 72: TySparrow led Weber with 26 points in their win over Roy. MikeMesdaghi led Roy with 29 points.

SKY VIEW 69, BONNEVILLE 55: TylerBillings scored 20 points as the Bobcats defeated the Lakers.

LOGAN 57, MOUNTAIN CREST 54: JaredLowe scored 18 points as the Grizzlies nipped the Mustangs.

FREMONT 60, BOX ELDER 37: JaredJensen scored 28 points as the Silver Wolves stung the Bees.


EAST 60, WOODS CROSS 49: TroyRandall led the Leopards with 16 points in their win over Woods Cross.

OLYMPUS 81, CYPRUS 77: CraigWalton led the way with 28 points; the Titans outshot Cyprus 27-8 from the line.

MURRAY 70, West 59: ParkerThomas and MattThomas scored 19 each to lead the Spartans past West.

BOUNTIFUL 74, HIGHLAND 56: Four Braves scored in double figures in Bountiful's lopsided win.


PL. GROVE 77, SP. FORK 69: DerrickTurley netted 22 points on six 3-pointers, and CameronPatch and KyleAnderson added 19 and 17 points respectively for the Vikings.

AMERICAN FORK 54, SPRINGVILLE 30: After falling behind 9-7 in the first quarter, the Caveman rallied to outscore the Red Devils 47-21 during the rest of the game.

PROVO 65, PAYSON 56: RobbieHolcum scored 19 as Provo beat Payson.

TIMPVIEW 50, LONE PEAK 43: JakeMoon led Timpview to a win with 24 points.


BEN LOMOND 59, BEAR RIVER 43: TrevorDimick and TerranceWashington led Ben Lomond to a win with 16 and 15 points, respectively.

GRANITE 69, OGDEN 46: HermanJohnson scored 25 points, and the Farmers used a 20-4 second run to knock off the Tigers. TrentDykster led Ogden with 30 points.

MORGAN 80, TOOELE 47: SkylerBenson, AaronPreece, JustinWeeks and TroyKolan all scored in double figures to a lead a balanced Morgan offensive attack. The Trojans outscored the Buffaloes 49-22 in the second half.


DELTA 77, EMERY 69: TylerCross led the Rabbits with 20 points. Teammates MikeCorey and CameronEliason each added 18 points.

CARBON 74, NORTH SANPETE 45: KalibCurtis and CarsonPollastro each poured in 22 points as the Dinos pounded the Hawks.


PINE VIEW 61, DIXIE 55: AndyPalmer scored 19 for Pine View. Dixie trailed from the second quarter on.

SNOW CANYON 38, CANYON VIEW 36: NickHammer led the Warriors to an overtime win with 17 points. Canyon View was led by MikePlatt, who had 11 points.

HURRICANE 56, CEDAR CITY 50: KadeEsplin scored 16 points as the Tigers defeated the Redmen.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 55, LEHI 43: DavidGiovacchini led the Bulldogs to a road win with 22 points. LanceYeates was the high scorer for Lehi with 13 points.

UNION 75, UINTAH 72: BraydenMcCairns hit a three at the buzzer to cap a 28-point fourth quarter by Union. McCairns scored a game-high 28.

PARK CITY 65, WASATCH 55: BrennanJones scored 20 points as the Miners defeated the Wasps.


MERIDIAN 69, TINTIC 65: Meridian built a 10-point lead until Tintic mounted a comeback in the fourth. NolanSmith fought off the flu to lead Meridian with 20.

WENDOVER 68, WASATCH ACADEMY 56: SalPalomaris scored 20 points as the Wildcats defeated the Tigers. AdanRuvacalba added a 3-pointer and 15 points for Wendover.

DUGWAY 64, EAST CARBON 37: NathanNelson scored 19 points to lead Dugway to victory.


MILFORD 74, WAYNE 72: LidellBealer scored 30 points as the Tigers beat the Badgers.

PANGUITCH 79, BRYCE VALLEY 42: Five Bobcats scored in double figures, highlighted by BrackenEnglestead's 17 points. LucasRamsey led Bryce Valley with 21 points.

VALLEY 78, ESCALANTE 57: KitGoulding hit six threes for 18 points for Valley. The Buffaloes jumped out to a 15-point first quarter lead.


RICH 66, MANILA 58: Eight players contributed points in Rich's win.

ALTAMONT 62, TABIONA 50: TateSorenson scored 25 points as the Longhorns handed the Tigers their first loss of the season.


WATERFORD 58, SL LUTHERAN 42: RyanPelo's 18 points paced the Ravens to the region win over the Lynx, who were led by MarkDiaz's 16 points.

MOUNT VERNON 51, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 46: NateMcDonald scored 18 points, and the Patriots benefited from 31 trips to the free-throw line as Mount Vernon knocked off Layton Christian.

GRAND 68, SAN JUAN 58: MattFrench scored 32 as Grand beat San Juan for the first time in 20 years.

ICS 60, ST. JOSEPH 57: TylerAssmus scored five points in overtime as ICS picked up the region win. Assmus finished with 16 points, as did teammate MichaelSharp. OrlandoBarela and JoshOlsen led the Jayhawks with 15 points.


MANTI 70, GRANTSVILLE 67: Grantsville hit a three to tie the game at the buzzer, but Manti controlled overtime. ScottChristensen led with 18.

SOUTH SEVIER 56, GREEN RIVER 54: ReggieParsons hit a game-winning 3-pointer with four seconds left to give the defending 2A champion Rams the win over the defending 1A champs.

BEAVER 76, SOUTH SUMMIT 37: MattAlbrecht led the Beavers to a win with 21 points. Teammate WesMarshall had seven rebounds and 11 points.

JUAB 42, MILLARD 41: Devin Jones scored 14 points to lead the Wasps over the Eagles. Millard made a late run, but Juab won with clutch free-throw shooting in the final minutes.