KAYSVILLE — Kendra Kitchen scored 26 points on eight field goals and shot 10 of 12 from the charity stripe to lead Davis High girls basketball past Clearfield 56-29 and clinch a share of the Region 1 title Tuesday night.
T’maea Eteuati scored eight points for Davis (18-1, 11-0 Region 1) and Olivia Lifferth added seven.
Izzy Wyaskett and Brighton Bernards each scored eight points for Clearfield (8-12, 2-9). Xiyah Yarbrough added six points.
FREMONT 56, SYRACUSE 46
PLAIN CITY — Fremont outscored Syracuse 44-31 after the first quarter for a region win.
Kaidance King led Fremont (16-6, 10-1 Region 1) with 13 points. Aly Coombs scored 11 points and Charli Hunt tallied 10. Syncere Langston and Sierra Eddie each added nine points, with Eddie hitting three 3-pointers.
Maylee Anderson led all scorers with 14 points and four 3-pointers for Syracuse (13-8, 7-4) and Rochelle Afo Manuma scored 10 points. Avery Sanders, Cami King and Cortnie Barker each added six points.
BOUNTIFUL 47, WOODS CROSS 29
WOODS CROSS — Bountiful led 27-14 at the half in a region win at Woods Cross.
Jordyn Harvey led all scorers with 13 points for Bountiful (18-1, 9-0 Region 5). Taylor Harvey tallied 10 points and Claire Cook added nine.
Kenna Cowley led Woods Cross (14-6, 5-4) with seven points. Mari Nichols and Calli Nelson each scored six points.
NORTHRIDGE 45, BOX ELDER 42
LAYTON — Northridge led 29-21 after three quarters and held off a late Box Elder charge for a region win.
Karlee Mayfield scored a game-high 15 points for Northridge (12-8, 6-3 Region 5). Nellia Mislang-Darden tallied 11 points and Kaylee Hess added six.
Kaydence Barber led Box Elder (8-13, 2-7) with 14 points. Ashlyn Wight added 11 points.
TAYLORSVILLE 45, ROY 25
TAYLORSVILLE — Roy trailed 16-2 after one quarter and could not recover in a region loss at Taylorsville.
Bria Belnap led Roy (6-15, 2-6 Region 2) with six points on two 3-pointers. Ariana Strain, Lylian Rosenberg and Nicole Williams each scored five points.
BEAR RIVER 66, LOGAN 33
GARLAND — Jenna LaCroix scored a game-high 16 points to lead Bear River past Logan in region play.
Aubree Fry scored 11 points for Bear River (10-9, 3-6 Region 11). Crystal Park and Lexi Westmoreland each added eight points.
SCORES, NO STATS REPORTED
Farmington 43, Weber 27
Viewmont 63, Bonneville 42
CLEARFIELD 52, DAVIS 51
KAYSVILLE — Austin Mitchell scored the game-winner with 5 seconds left to push Clearfield to a win at Davis for the Falcons’ first region victory.
Mitchell led all scorers with 17 points for Clearfield (7-13, 1-10 Region 1). Trace Hansen scored 14 points and Lincoln Church added 10. Church and Hansen each hit two 3-pointers.
Kaden Eggett and Coleman Atwater each scored 12 points for Davis (12-10, 6-5).
Each team made 20 field goals and five 3-pointers. The Falcons shot 7 of 10 from the foul line and the Darts were 6 of 11.
ROY 68, TAYLORSVILLE 42
TAYLORSVILLE — Roy built a 38-16 halftime advantage and Elijah Sowards’ latest double-double led the Royals to another region victory.
Sowards totaled 23 points and 10 rebounds for Roy (14-9, 9-3 Region 2). Beau Belnap scored 11 points. Bronson Belnap and Brody Nebeker each scored eight points. Corben Schuffenhauer totaled four points, three rebounds and five assists.
SCORES, NO STATS REPORTED
Farmington 76, Weber 59
North Sanpete 68, Ben Lomond 37 (3A 1st Round)
Waterford 52, St. Joseph 38 (2A 1st Round)
Rockwell 95, Utah Military 58 (2A 1st Round)
Brett Hein contributed to this report.
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