OLYMPUS 53, COTTONWOOD 50: Will Cannon scored 16 points as the Titans held off a Colts rally to win in nonregion play. Ryan Mackay led Cottonwood with 16 points and three 3-pointers.

PAYSON 49, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 40: Clint Bateman scored 18 and Tanner Newbold tallied 17 points in the tight win for Payson. The Lions hit seven 3-pointers and hit 10-of-13 free throws.

CANYON VIEW 78, KANAB 38: Chad Corry, Nate Jarvis, Spencer Crankshaw and Kameron King combined for 51 points for Canyon View in the win.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 57, TOOELE 53: Brenden Abbott netted 18 points for Mountain View, while Jantzen Adams and Kallin Curran combined for 24 of the Bruins total points. Tyler Lawrence netted four 3-pointers, and finished with 22 points for Tooele in the loss.

RIVERTON 68, JUDGE MEMORIAL 50: Riverton hit 15-of-18 free throws to blow past Judge Memorial. Stephan Holm scored 16 points for the 'Wolves.

WATERFORD 52, ALTAMONT 38: Seth Monson was on fire for Waterford, torching the nets with six 3-pointers and finishing with a game high 25 points. Jordan Benson managed to net 21 points for Altamont, who trailed 13-30 at the half.

LAYTON 73, BOX ELDER 60: Kade Petersen scored 22 points with three treys for Layton and J.T. Anderson, Colton Green, and Mike Hibbert all reached double figures in the win for the Lancers. Box Elder's Shad Watson dropped 30 points in the losing effort.

MAESER PREP 57, MILFORD 54: Jared Ross sunk two free throws with three seconds remaining for Maeser Prep and Milford's desperation 3-pointer as time expired failed, preserving the victory. Landon Garner highlighted the win with 24 points and four treys for the Lions.

STANSBURY 57, GUNNISON 50: The Stallions made a long drive to Gunnison and pulled out a narrow victory.Brek Bentley and Kirby Harris each scored 13 points and combined for seven 3-pointers. Colby Caldwell scored 21 points and hit five 3-point bombs for the Bulldogs.

SPANISH FORK 69, UINTAH 40: Clay Banks and Elliott Naulu both added 17 points and teamed up for five 3-pointers in the win for Spanish Fork. After trailing by one after the first quarter, the Dons tightened the defensive pressure and held Uintah to 26 quarter over the course of the three remaining quarters.

SKYLINE 55, PARK CITY 53: Garrett England led Skyline with 15 points in the narrow victory over Park City, and teammate DeSean Miller added 14. The Eagles outscored the Miners by eight in the fourth quarter to pull off the win. Jono Schettler led Park City with 23 points.

SKY VIEW 47, NORTHRIDGE 44: Led by Jalen Moore's 15 points and 14 points by Casey Oliverson, Sky View snuck past Northridge on the road.

HILLCREST 58, CLEARFIELD 49: Austin and Hunter Adams combined for 26 points and Tanner Dastrup chipped in 10 more points in the win for Hillcrest.

MOUNTAIN CREST 57, FREMONT 40: Tyler Crosbie dropped in five 3-pointers, finishing with a game high 26 points to lead Mountain Crest to the nonregion victory. Brock Smith and Hayden Lloyd each scored 13 points in the loss.

ALTA 76, DAVIS 50: Alta used unselfish offensive play to runaway from Davis. Led by Jarett Anderson's 16 points Alta outscored Davis by nine in the fourth quarter in the win.

DUGWAY 62, CONCORDIA PREP 37: Sammy Peterson chipped in 18 points for Dugway, and Josh Johnson added 17 points in the road win. Despite trailing by 21 in the first quarter, Chris Stanfill managed to score 25 points for Concordia Prep in the loss.

ROY 71, TAYLORSVILLE 51: Roy sailed to the easy victory as they doubled Taylorsville's second-half scoring. Jesse Wayment nailed four 3-pointers and finished with 25 points for the Royals. Teammate Blake Toyn added 18 points in the win.

OREM 82, WASATCH 55: The Tigers raced to a 29-7 lead after the first quarter and coasted the rest of the way for the victory. Orem had five players score in double figures led by 17 points from Jordan Darger.

BOUNTIFUL 50, BINGHAM 46: Bountiful pulled off the narrow victory with Brit Harding at the helm. Harding sunk three 3-pointers and led with 17 points for the Braves. Teammate Brandon Yates added five. Cody Benson had four 3-pointers and 20 points for Bingham in the loss.

BRIGHTON 67, WEST 37: Zach Wertz and Brandon Miller each scored 16 points, and Brighton managed to go 22-for-29 from the free throw line in the lopsided win.

GRAND 57, WAYNE 54: Zak Hazlett poured in 21 points to help Grand to a narrow victory on the road. Zack Taylor produced a double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds for Wayne, who struggled from the charity stripe going 8-for-19 on the night.

BRYCE VALLEY 64, MILLARD 37: Braxton Syrett and Dave Pearson nailed six 3-pointers and scored 31 points combined to lead Bryce Valley to the win.