OGDEN -- Lone Peak and Sky View earned state boys basketball titles on Saturday afternoon at the Dee Events Center.
The Knights (25-1), chasing a No. 1 national ranking among prep teams, won their third straight state 5-A championship with a 72-39 victory over the Alta Hawks.
Eric Mika and Talon Shumway scored 16 points apiece, while Nick Emery added 13 and Conner Toolson added 10 points and five rebounds.
Lone Peak led 32-18 at the half, then outscored Alta 28-15 in the third quarter to take the mystery out of the game.
Zach Rollins led Alta with a dozen points.
* SKY VIEW 56, MOUNTAIN CREST 50: At the Dee Events Center, Region 5 rivals brought big crowds to the tournament all week and their teams didn't disappoint.
Sky View, which won an overtime thriller late Friday, needed a big fourth-quarter rally again on Saturday to pick up the win and its first title in 16 years.
Down by as many as nine points in the first half, Sky View won the fourth-quarter battle 18-10.
Jalen Moore led the Bobcats with 16 points, while Matt Dewey chipped in with 13 points.
Tyler Crosbie scored 21 points in the loss, while Faimafili Laulu-Pututau added 16 points and 11 rebounds for the Mustangs, who went 4 of 12 at the foul line.
* BRYCE VALLEY 68, DUCHESNE 59 (2OT): At Richfield's Sevier Valley Center, Bryce Valley came back from a 40-34 deficit after three quarters to force overtime.
In the second OT, the Bryce Valley squad outscored Duchesne 16-7 to win the title. Braxton Syrett scored 23 points and added 10 rebounds. Hunter Mecham added 16 points and seven rebounds, while Josiah Brannon finished with 11 points.
Rich finished third in the tournament with a 59-40 win over Monticello.
* LAYTON CHRISTIAN 54, LEGACY PREP 24: At the Sevier Valley Center, the Eagles bounced back from their early loss in the tournament to earn a sixth-place trophy with the win over Region 17 rival Legacy.
Layton Christian, which will play in the 2-A ranks next season, led 26-9 at halftime. Duce Namazi tallied 16 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals.
Preston Sill added 10 points and nine rebounds, while Ricardo Gomez finished with seven points, three rebounds, four assists and five steals for LCA. Joe Reddish had nine points.
The loss means Legacy Prep finishes in eighth place behind a 10-point performance from Hunter Harmer. Jacob Higginson led the team in rebounding with six boards.