PLEASANT VIEW — In girls basketball action, Woods Cross led 25-24 going into the fourth quarter, then Weber claimed a 16-7 final frame to win 40-32 on Wednesday.

Sarah Pollard paced the Warriors with a game-high 14 points, five steals, four rebounds and three assists. Ashley Lund added 10 points, four rebounds and two steals for Weber.

Riley Aiono led Woods Cross with 12 points and six rebounds while Taylor Jackson scored 10 points and handed out two assists.

DAVIS 53, GRANGER 38

KAYSVILLE — Davis led 23-17 at the half, then outscored Granger 17-8 in the third quarter to take control.

Kylee Mabry led a balanced Darts attack with 12 points. Callie Tolman and Annie Pitcher each added 10.

LAYTON 62, BRIGHTON 34

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — Layton led 26-18 at the half, then outscored Brighton 18-6 in the third quarter to put the game away.

Brenda Gallegos led the Lancers with 12 points on two 3-pointers. Abbey Nelson added 10 points for Layton.

SYRACUSE 51, VIEWMONT 34

BOUNTIFUL — Syracuse took a 13-5 lead after the first quarter and held Viewmont to one point in the third quarter in a road win.

Rachel Godfrey paced Syracuse with a game-high 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Baylee Sanders added 12 points and Rainee Schenck had nine for the Titans.

Emma Carr led Viewmont with 12 points and seven rebounds.

ST. JOSEPH 47, PINNACLE 20

OGDEN — St. Joseph ran out to a 30-8 halftime lead in a big win over Pinnacle.

Virginia Tomon led all scorers with 18 points for St. Joseph. Emma Dulaney added seven points for the Jayhawks.

UTAH MILITARY 26, UMA-LEHI 15

LEHI — Utah Military Academy-Riverdale led Utah Military Academy-Lehi 16-6 at the half on the way to a road win.

Addison Felix led the winners with 11 points on two 3-pointers. Kaylie Williams added seven points and Josie Jacobson scored six.

NORTHRIDGE 70,

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 24

LAYTON — Northridge led 37-19 at halftime in a big win at Layton Christian.

Michaela Harris scored a game-high 18 points on three 3-pointers for Northridge.

Joanna Oladapo led LCA with 11 points.

BOYS BASKETBALL

WEBER 69, LOGAN 51

PLEASANT VIEW — Weber led 50-42 after three quarters and outscored Logan 19-9 in the final frame.

Hudson Schenck led the Warriors with with 23 points and four assists while Brandt Opheikens added 18 and Logan LaFeber scored 11.

Braedon Iverson hauled in 12 rebounds for Weber.

BEAR RIVER 87, TOOELE 54

GARLAND — Tooele jumped out to a 9-0 lead, but Bear River finished the first half on a 46-11 run to put the game away.

Ren Fonnesbeck led all scorers with 24 points for the Bears. Mark Huber netted 22 points and Parker Coombs added 20. Bear River knocked down 13 3-pointers on the night.

GREEN CANYON 72, BONNEVILLE 61

WASHINGTON TERRACE — Bonneville led 32-30 at the half but Green Canyon took control with a 26-17 third quarter.

Hank Bushell led Bonneville with 20 points. Tyler Hancock had 16 and DJ Frye added 13 points for the Lakers.

Carter Berish poured in a game-high 36 points for Green Canyon.

MORGAN 66, BEN LOMOND 30

OGDEN — Kaleb Calderwood led all scorers with 11 points as Morgan topped Ben Lomond.

Carter Thackeray netted 10 while Andrew Russell and Seth Hadley each added eight pints with two 3-pointers.

Stephon Watson paced Ben Lomond with nine points and five rebounds.

Garet Rentmeister had eight points and Chans Edjamboya pulled down six rebounds.

ST. JOSEPH 82, PINNACLE 38

OGDEN — St. Joseph outscored Pinnacle in every quarter in a big home win.

Sayveon Armstrong posted a triple-double with 34 points, 12 rebounds, 10 steals and eight assists for the Jayhawks. Gavin Andersen added 20 points and 14 rebounds.

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