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High school basketball: Thursday's roundup

Boys basketball


RICH 82, ALTAMONT 31: Rich rolled to the win behind contributions from 14 players, including four who finished in double figures. Mitch Jarman led the way with 14 points.

TABIONA 47, DUCHESNE 44: Trailing by four entering the fourth quarter, Tabiona closed strong to get the win.

Girls basketball


PANGUITCH 60, VALLEY 21: Panguitch rolled into the Region 20 championship game with a big win. Darri Frandsen led the way with 15 points. The Bobcats will face Piute.


RIVERTON 49, PLEASANT GROVE 46: Riverton took the lead with just a few minutes remaining and escaped with the win. A coin flip will determine whether the Silverwolves or American Fork will get Region 4s top seed in the playoffs. Tiena Afu led a balanced Riverton scoring attack with 14 points and Kiana Tai added another six.

WESTLAKE 47, LEHI 39: Jennaka Christensen led all scorers with 13 points and hit three 3s in leading the Thunder on the road.

AMERICAN FORK 50, HERRIMAN 38: Trailing by nine after the first quarter, American Fork inched back in the second and then broke the game open in the third and got the win to tie Riverton for the Region 4 crown.


OGDEN 52, MOUNTAIN CREST 48: Xena Motes tallied a game-high 24 points and hit four 3-pointers as the Tigers outscored Mountain Crest by 14 points in the second half for the region win.

SKY VIEW 34, LOGAN 26: Lindsey Jensen led the Bobcats with 16 points as Sky View outmatched Logan in the win.


CYPRUS 43, EAST 17: Cyprus rolled to the win. Talyssa Swan led the way with 14 points.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 37, CLEARFIELD 34: Rachel Shubella scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Bulldogs in the narrow victory over Clearfield.

BOUNTIFUL 58, HIGHLAND 39: Bountiful controlled the game throughout to get the win and finish the regular season undefeated. Kennedy Redding led the Braves with 18 points and 14 rebounds.

WOODS CROSS 59, KEARNS 51: Woods Cross pulled away down the stretch to get the win. Halle Smith had the hot hand for the winners, scoring 30 points.


SKYLINE 50, OREM 23: The Eagles took an early lead and then cruised in the region road win. Hillary Weixler led Skyline with 13 points while Cylee Tuimaunei had 11 for Orem in the loss.

TIMPANOGOS 65, OLYMPUS 59: Timpanogos broke the game open in the third quarter and got the win. Kami Warner led the way with 19 points.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 47, MURRAY 37: Mountain View used a strong defensive effort to get the win. Paulani Tarawa led the way with 14 points.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 53, SPRINGVILLE 45: Liz Eaton led Maple Mountain with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and four assists while Ellie Eastmond added 11 points and eight boards in the home victory.

TIMPVIEW 63, SPANISH FORK 48: Lacy Haddock and Haylee Harrison had 18 points apiece and the T-birds jumped out to a quick lead as Timpview rolled in region action.


DESERT HILLS 38, HURRICANE 34: Trailing by two at halftime, Desert Hills had a strong third quarter to take the lead and held on for the win. Ashley Beckstrand led the way with 12 points.

CEDAR 60, PINE VIEW 49: Cedar controlled the first three quarters and got the win. Courtney Morley led the way with 22 points.

DIXIE 65, CANYON VIEW 52: Alexa Estridge, Aubri Challis, and Kelsea Barker all reached double figures as the Flyers pulled away with a big fourth quarter. Shontae Clark totaled a game-high 23 points with three 3-pointers to lead Canyon View in the loss.


STANSBURY 55, GRANTSVILLE 38: Rachel Prescott sparked the Stallions with 23 points, including hitting 17 of 19 free throws, to lead Stansbury in the rivalry game. For Grantsville in the loss, Abby Butler led all scorers with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

BEAR RIVER 74, BEN LOMOND 10: Alyssa Park led the Bears with 20 points as Bear River rolled over Ben Lomond.


PAYSON 61, CARBON 55: Payson overcame a slow start to get the win. Teagan Mahoney led the way with 20 points.

NORTH SANPETE 44, RICHFIELD 42: North Sanpete let a late lead evaporate but held on for the win behind Aubrey Madsens 12 points. Richfields Talisha Hinck and North Sanpetes Ashley Nuttall, seniors who both tore their ACLs earlier in the season, each scored their teams first two points on Senior Night.


MILLARD 41, ENTERPRISE 34: Millard controlled the second half to get the win.

DELTA 50, BEAVER 17: The Rabbits jumped out to a 32-4 lead in the first half, and continued on for the Region 13 win over Beaver. Hayley Sorensen led all scorers with 13 points in the win.

KANAB 57, PAROWAN 44: Shaylee McDonald led Kanab with 19 points as the Cowboys strong start propelled the team to victory.


WATERFORD 40, MAESER PREP 32: The second quarter proved to be crucial as Waterford built a lead and hung on for the win. Morgan Kane led the Ravens with 13 points.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 70, ROCKWELL 32: Layton Christian used a strong defensive effort and eleven different players scored for the Eagles in the team victory. Heather Martin-Chan led with 16 points while Felicia Marshall added 12 for LCA.


EMERY 48, WASATCH ACADEMY 23: Emery controlled the game throughout en route to the win. Cassidy Labrum led a balanced scoring effort with 11 points and Bailey Rasmussen pulled down 11 rebounds.


MANTI 46, GUNNISON 31: Manti broke the game open with a big second quarter, and ultimately captured the win behind a combined 25 points from Makenzie Cox and Amanda Naylor.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 42, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 34: Masae Loua had 12 points and the Bears outscored ALA by 12 points in the first and third quarters for the region win

NORTH SUMMIT 64, SOUTH SUMMIT 41: Up by five at halftime, North Summit dominated the second half for the blowout victory. With the win, the Braves finished region play unblemished. Kasidee Evans led the way with 24 points.


RICH 53, ALTAMONT 37: Rich had a strong first quarter, which propelled the Rebels to the win. Emily Hopkin led the winners with 18 points.



ST. JOSEPH 52, TINTIC 48: St. Joseph came away with the close win.

WENDOVER 49, DUGWAY 20: Vanessa Cuevas and Lidia Delgadillo scored 10 points apiece to lead Wendover in the one-sided victory.


JUAB 61, PARK CITY 34: Juab had a strong first quarter and carried the momentum to the win. Autumn Kay and McKenzie Christensen combined for 24 points to pace the Wasps.