RICHFIELD -- First-round jitters out of the way?
The St. Joseph and Christian Heritage girls basketball squads posted opening-round wins Wednesday at the state 1-A tournament at Sevier Valley Center.
The Jayhawks toppled Dugway 34-23, and now face Bryce Valley at 4 p.m.
The Crusaders defeated Monument Valley 57-35, earning a second-round game with Altamont at 5:30 p.m.
* CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 57, MONUMENT VALLEY 35: At Richfield, the Crusaders started slowly, but were able to turn things up and coast to the win.
Christian Heritage led 13-10 after one quarter, and built th lead to seven at halftime.
Emilie Volk calmed the Crusader faithful's nerves with 24 points, adding 16 rebounds, six steals and four assists along the way.
Brittany Hurlbut added 14 points and sister Breanna Hurlbut chipped in with 12 points, seven steals and six rebounds.
Josi Rydin led Christian Heritage (18-0) defensively with a six-rebound, three-block night.
* ST. JOSEPH 34, DUGWAY 23: At Richfield, the Jayhawks limited Dugway to three first-half points and handled the lead the rest of the way.
Katie Panushka scored 15 points to lead the Jayhawks (13-8), while Katie Berry added seven.
Lindsey Kimler led Dugway with nine points.