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Bonneville's Kinnon Finder (30) shoots the ball while guarded by Ogden's Ben Howard (22) in the first half of a boys varsity basketball game Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, at Bonneville High School in Washington Terrace.

SYRACUSE — Dallin Hall scored 35 points on six 3-pointers and Fremont boys basketball outscored Syracuse 23-8 in the third quarter to take control in a region road win Friday, claiming a 74-60 victory.

Baylor Harrop tallied 17 points and Tige Voorhees added 12 for the Silver Wolves (10-4, 4-0 Region 1).

Blake Soifua scored 21 to lead Syracuse (5-11, 1-4) and Jared Palmer added 19 points.

BONNEVILLE 84, OGDEN 39

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Ten players scored as Bonneville (10-4, 4-1 Region 11) upped its region winning streak to four by dismantling Ogden (3-10, 0-4 Region 11).

Zach Alspaugh led the Lakers with 17 points while Hank Bushell had 13 points with 11 rebounds.

Kinnon Finder added 11 points with four rebounds and four assists as Bonneville shot 54.9 percent (28 of 51) from the field.

“With the possible exception of the first half at Park City, we’ve been putting together complete games and I think that kind of bears some of the results that you’re seeing. The kids have done a great job of addressing that in practice,” Bonneville coach Kyle Bullinger said.

Isaiah Coria and Austin Richards led the Tigers with 11 points apiece. Payton Boney added five.

DAVIS 57, CLEARFIELD 31

CLEARFIELD — Jake Sampson hit seven 3-pointers on his way to 27 points as Davis won a region contest at Clearfield.

Trevan Leonhardt added 11 points and Brendon Redford had 12 rebounds for the Darts (10-6, 4-1 Region 1).

Connor Izatt led Clearfield (4-9, 0-4) with 15 points and five rebounds.

VIEWMONT 57, WOODS CROSS 56

WOODS CROSS — Viewmont led Woods Cross 44-39 after three quarters and held on for an upset road win.

Parker Kearns scored a game-high 23 points for Viewmont (3-11, 1-2 Region 5) by shooting 8 of 9 from the foul line, adding four assists. Brash Emery knocked down four 3-pointers to score 12 points.

Elliot Spencer scored 16 points, Tyler Roberts added 15 and eight rebounds, and Brant Jarman scored 11 points for Woods Cross (11-3, 2-1). Jake Lewis dished seven assists.

Each team made 21 field goals and nine free throws; Viewmont’s difference came with one more 3-pointer than WX.

MOUNTAIN CREST 77, BEAR RIVER 75 (OT)

HYRUM — Mark Huber scored 37 points but it wasn’t enough as Bear River fell in a region contest at Mountain Crest.

Huber hit a long 3-pointer with 2.8 seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Parker Coombs added 14 points for Bear River (12-5, 1-2 Region 12).

TOOELE 59, BEN LOMOND 51

TOOELE — Ben Lomond trailed Tooele (7-9, 2-2 Region 11) 26-24 at the half and was outscored 17-8 in the decisive third quarter in a region road loss.

Chans Edjamboya scored 15 points to lead Ben Lomond (6-8, 1-4 Region 11). Garet Rentmeister added 12 points on two 3-pointers and Titus Hughes tallied 11 points and 12 rebounds.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 100, ST. JOSEPH 69

OGDEN — Layton Christian took a 55-25 halftime lead on the way to a region road win at St. Joseph.

Lino Saez led Layton Christian (11-6, 4-0 Region 16) with 29 points. Jesus Tomasi tallied 18 points, Nata Lalau scored 16, Dominique Ramikson netted 13 and Sam Muller added 10 points.

Sayveon Armstrong led St. Joseph (7-9, 1-3 Region 16) with 23 points. CJ Kierejewski scored 16 points and Gavin Anderson added 13.

BOUNTIFUL 75, FARMINGTON 59

FARMINGTON — Bountiful jumped out to a 27-7 lead after the first quarter in a region win at Farmington.

Robert Whaley scored a game-high 24 points to pace the Braves (10-7, 3-0 Region 5). Isaac Kime and Camron Chism each added 14 points.

KcKay Thomsen and Cade Grant scored 14 points apiece for Farmington (8-8, 1-2). Kendall Draxler added 10.

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WEBER 39, LAYTON 32

PLEASANT VIEW — Sydney Steadman scored a game-high 11 points to lead Weber to a region win over Layton.

MaKaylee Nye added eight points and five rebounds for the Warriors (11-4, 4-2 Region 1).

Haley Cuppett led Layton (10-4, 3-3) with seven points and eight rebounds.

FREMONT 62, SYRACUSE 40

SYRACUSE — Emma Calvert scored 24 points and Fremont led 35-23 at the half in a region win at Syracuse.

Timea Gardiner added 10 points for the Silver Wolves (13-1, 6-0 Region 1) and Haylee Doxey scored nine.

Baylee Sanders scored 10 and Paityn Williams added eight points to pace Syracuse (9-6, 2-4).

DAVIS 51, CLEARFIELD 34

CLEARFIELD — Davis took a 24-16 lead into the break and pulled away in the second half for a region win at Clearfield.

Annie Pitcher led all scorers with 12 for Davis (11-4, 5-1 Region 1) and Taylor Leavitt scored 11.

Kiersten Boyack scored eight points to lead Clearfield (4-11, 0-6). Emily Soto added seven points.

FARMINGTON 51, BOUNTIFUL 31

FARMINGTON — Farmington led 25-17 at the half and outscored Bountiful 17-8 in the third quarter in a region win.

Delaney Baker led the Phoenix (8-6, 2-1 Region 5) with 12 points and Natalya Taylor scored nine.

Tashena Ashby scored nine points to lead Bountiful (5-10, 0-3).

ST. JOSEPH 51, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 40

OGDEN — St. Joseph and Layton Christian entered the fourth quarter tied 36-36 and the Jayhawks outscored LCA 15-4 in the final frame for a region win.

Virginia Tomon led all scorers with 25 points for St. Joseph (8-7, 1-3 Region 16). Kathleen Von Hoffman scored 11.

Joanna Oladapo scored 20 points for Layton Christian (5-11, 2-2).

BOX ELDER 55, ROY 23

ROY — Box Elder ran out to a 30-10 halftime lead in a region win at Roy.

Emily Isaacson scored a game-high 17 points to lead Box Elder (10-5, 3-0 Region 5). Jenna Mortensen added 11.

Sha’Kyra Joiner led Roy (0-13, 0-3) with six points.

WOODS CROSS 39, VIEWMONT 36

WOODS CROSS — Woods Cross led 30-23 after three quarters and held off a Viewmont comeback bid for a region win.

Karlia Gunnell scored 11 points to lead Viewmont (5-9, 2-1 Region 5) and Anna Mackay added 10.

No stats were reported for Woods Cross (4-9, 2-1).

Patrick Carr, Justin Johnson and Brett Hein contributed to score reports.

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