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Doh! Late shot by Homer gives Copper Hills a win

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WEST JORDAN — Copper Hills' Tyler Homer buried a jumper with 3.2 seconds left to lift the Grizzlies to a 51-49 come-from-behind victory over Granger in boys prep basketball action Friday night.

The Grizzlies (5-2) trailed 41-28 heading into the final quarter and outscored the Lancers (4-6) 23-8.

Scott Kemp led Copper Hills with 19 points, while Brian Erickson led Granger with 19 and Jordan Kjar added 11.

In other boys action Friday:


MORGAN 74, CANYON VIEW 45: Skyler Benson torched the nets for 21 points, while Josh Shaw chipped in 17 as Morgan crushed the Falcons to stay unbeaten at 9-0.

PIUTE 79, WENDOVER 50: Outscored 38-12 in the first half, Wendover couldn't pull off a comeback. Scott Allen scored 23 to lead Piute.

WEBER 75, ROY 72 (OT):Matt Lee scored 19 for Weber as the Warriors earned the win at the stripe, going 7-13 in the overtime.

ALTA 49, DAVIS 38: The Hawks improved their preseason record to 4-3 as J.J. Peterson led the way with 17 points.

JORDAN 74, SKYLINE 71:Scott Wortley led all scorers with 33, but it wasn't enough for the Eagles. Jordan got the win behind 25 points from Weston Bell.

WEST JORDAN 67, KEARNS 46:Joel Carter and Mike Bodily both scored 18, but Carter's Jaguars came out on top.

COTTONWOOD 45, WEST 44: The Colts' Chris Anderson made one of two free throws in the final seconds, but that was enough to lift Cottonwood to the win.

DOBSON, ARIZ. 72, HUNTER 59: The Wolverines fell to 0-3 at the National Prep Classic in San Diego by falling to Dobson, Ariz. Hunter led 12-10 after the first quarter, but was outscored 40-25 in the next two quarters.

MURRAY 58, TAYLORSVILLE 48:Jake Garrett led a balanced Spartans' scoring attack with 19 points as Murray improved to 5-2.

BOX ELDER 62, BEAR RIVER 50:Jared Quayle scored 18 and Corey Kaminska had 15 as the Bees stung the Bears. Cory Bird led Bear River with 18.

BOUNTIFUL 69, LATHROP, ALASKA 57:Kelly Orchard scored 11 of the Braves 14 first quarter points on the way to 20 for the game. Bountiful faces East Jessamine High, from Kentucky, in the final game of the Surf 'N Slam Tournament in San Diego.

SANTA BARBARA, CALIF. 47, EAST 45: The Leopards fell by two at the Santa Barbara Holiday Classic.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 56, SPANISH FORK 51:Tyler Cardon's 13 points, and 11 more from Jacob Hunsaker helped the Bruins hold off the Dons.

CEDAR 51, SPRINGVILLE 48: David Carlile recorded 19 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Redmen, who improved to 4-6.

EMERY 56, PLEASANT GROVE 50: The Emery defense held Pleasant Grove to four points in the second quarter, Seth Powell led with 17 points.

CARBON 54, OGDEN 53 (OT):Jake Wood led Carbon with 16. The Tigers had a chance to win it in the final seconds, but the shot went long.

SOUTH SUMMIT 44, GREEN RIVER 41:Jason Woolstenhulme's 15 points carried the Wildcats to a narrow win over the Pirates at the Wayne Tournament.

GUNNISON 65, SOUTH SEVIER 54:Jake Hill had five three-pointers for Gunnison, which will play Kanab Saturday night in the final game of the Cowboy Classic.

ENTERPRISE 61, VIRGIN VALLEY 50:Chase Randall led four Enterprise scorers that hit for double-figures with 17 points and Rance Pickering added 15. Randall hit 13-of-15 from the foul line.

PANGUITCH 55, RICH 50: The Bobcats scored the final six points of the game to hold off the visiting Rebels. Adam Howard led Panguitch with 20 points while Acey Burningham added 15.

KANAB 55, BRYCE VALLEY 47: Cousins Mace and Dane Glazier combined for 31 points in the win for Kanab. The Cowboys advance to the final in the tournament they host.

WAYNE 62, WEST DESERT 48: Wayne won it behind 21 points from Clayton Moosman.

BEAVER 64, VALLEY CENTER, CALIF. 61: Wes Marshall and Travis Bunker combined for 35 points as the Beavers improved to 1-1 at the National Prep Classic in San Diego.

DIMOND, ALASKA 59, PINE VIEW 47:Andy Palmer and Brad Garrett scored 12 points each, but it wasn't enough as the Panthers fell at the National Prep Tournament in San Diego.

SKY VIEW 79, OLYMPUS 63: Karlo Perica scored 25 points to lead the Titans. Nate Buttars had 20 for Sky View.