SYRACUSE — With one final run, the Bonneville girls basketball team dispatched Syracuse on Saturday and kept its 2012-13 record perfect through the end of the year.
Abby Toller scored 15 points and added seven rebounds to pace the Lakers, who led 33-32 going into the final quarter. Coach Mike Russell’s squad played a strong all-around quarter to pull away from the Titans.
Cortney Porter added 10 points, four steals and four assists, while Emilie Volk also tallied 10 points for Bonneville (10-0).
Jayda Bovero paced Syracuse (3-5) with 13 points, while Dani Hamblin added six points and nine rebounds.
• DAVIS 46, BRIGHTON 41: At Kaysville, the Darts used a strong fourth quarter to defeat the Bengals and grab their sixth win of the season.
Down by three at the half, Davis tightened up its defense after the break. Morgan Hartvigsen hit two 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points, while Natalie Mecham also scored 11 points and grabbed nine boards. Jessica Richardson added a dozen points.
• VIEWMONT 54, BOUNTIFUL: At Viewmont High, the Vikings won the cross-town battle with a strong defensive effort.
• MOUNTAIN CREST 58, WOODS CROSS 49: At Woods Cross, the Mustangs built a 10-point halftime edge, only to see the host Wildcats get right back in it with a strong third quarter.
But Mountain Crest scored 23 in the final quarter to get the win. Tanner Knowles scored 17 points and FaiMafili Laulu-Pututau also chipped in 14 points for Mountain Crest.
• MAPLE MOUNTAIN 46, BEN LOMOND 36: At Ogden, the Scots ran out of gas in the fourth period.
Leading 20-16 at the break, Ben Lomond managed just 16 points the rest of the way. Josh Phelps scored 11 to lead Maple Mountain.
Josh Hardin scored 14 for Ben Lomond, while Sage Eastburn added nine.
• LAYTON 62, AMERICAN FORK 45: At Jordan High School, Mike Hibbert scorched the nets for 29 points to lead the Lancers.
Layton built a 32-19 halftime edge. Dallin Johnson added 10 points. Ryan Andrus scored 21 for the Cavemen.
• TIMPANOGOS 68, BONNEVILLE 52: At Jordan High, the Lakers fell behind early and battled but could not make up the difference. Mason Rich scored a dozen points, Sealune Erskin added 11 and Carson Smith and Dakota Buckway scored eight apiece for the Lakers.