Prep Basketball Roundup: Northridge girls beat up Woods Cross

Wednesday , November 29, 2017 - 11:09 PM

JUSTIN JOHNSON, Standard-Examiner Staff

WOODS CROSS – Northridge girls basketball broke open a close game in the second quarter, outscoring Woods Cross 23-7 to take a 35-18 halftime lead and went on to win 64-42 on Wednesday night.

Brooklyn Perkins and Kendell Petersen each scored 14 points to lead Northridge. Lydia Mashburn added eight points with two 3-pointers, seven rebounds and five assists for the Knights.

Rachel Noel scored a game-high 16 to lead Woods Cross, and Sara Noel added 11 points with one trey.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 31, ST. JOSEPH 27

HOLLADAY – St. Joseph took a 14-13 lead into the halftime break but Intermountain Christian outscored the Jayhawks 8-4 in the final quarter to claim the victory.

Virginia Tomon tallied a double-double to lead St. Joseph with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Kathleen Von Hoffman added seven points and three rebounds.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 66, BOX ELDER 51

BRIGHAM CITY – Judge Memorial led by two points at halftime, then outscored Box Elder 33-19 in the second half for the road win.

Emily Isaacson scored a game-high 21 points with three 3-pointers to lead Box Elder.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 44, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 38

BLUFFDALE – Layton Christian led 22-20 at halftime but couldn’t hold back Summit Academy in the second half.

Danyale Thomas led Layton Christian with 16 points. The Eagles were without the services of senior leading scorer Tess Henry, who sat out the game due to injury.

BOYS BASKETBALL

WEBER 55, BONNEVILLE 35

PLEASANT VIEW – Weber outscored Bonneville 20-5 in the first quarter and cruised to the home win.

Weber’s Kobe Furqueron lead all scorers with 15 points. Austin Bartholomew added 12 for the Warriors.

Elijah Mason led Bonneville with nine points while Hank Bushell and DJ Frye each added five.

INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 73, ST. JOSEPH 29

HOLLADAY – Intermountain Christian outscored St. Joseph 47-14 in the first half on the way to the blowout win.

HERRIMAN 53, NORTHRIDGE 37

HERRIMAN – Northridge fell behind 24-12 at halftime and could not recover in a road loss at Herriman.

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