Prep basketball roundup: Fremont boys clinch region share; Layton girls, boys each top Weber

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By Justin Johnson and Patrick Carr - Standard-Examiner | Feb 10, 2023

CLEARFIELD — Fremont High boys basketball clinched at least a share of the Region 1 championship with a 54-45 win at Clearfield on Friday night.

David Calvert led all scorers with 18 points for Fremont (14-6, 9-1 Region 1). Treyden Hoggan added 17 points. Hoggan made five 3-pointers and Calvert hit three treys. Hunter Hansen scored 12 points.

Trace Hansen led Clearfield (6-13, 0-10) with 14 points. Peyton Kotter scored nine points and Canyon Dugger added eight points and two 3-pointers.


PLEASANT VIEW — Layton outscored Weber 23-17 in the final frame to take back the lead and grab its fifth straight region win.

Mekhi Martin led Layton (15-7, 8-3 Region 1) with 16 points. Crew Harrop scored 14 points while Brock Mendoza and KJ Miller each scored 11 points. Miller hit three 3-pointers and Martin hit two.

Hunter Schenck led all scorers with 27 points for Weber (6-14, 3-8) and Griffyn Doughty scored 17. Doughty and Schenck each hit four 3-pointers. Dylan Rylands added 10 points.


WASHINGTON TERRACE — Scott Noel scored 23 points to lead Viewmont to a big comeback win.

The Vikings trailed 28-18 at halftime before outsourcing Bonneville 39-16 after the break. Kaden Mitchell added 10 points for Viewmont (7-14, 2-6 Region 5), which broke a five-game losing streak.

Nate Burdett led Bonneville (6-13, 2-6) with 19 points, 17 of which were in the first half. Bo Dixon added 12 points.


BRIGHAM CITY — Bountiful made a late basket and got the ball back, but couldn’t get a final shot off and Box Elder survived for a second consecutive one-point win.

Jackson McKee led all scorers with 19 points for Box Elder (13-6, 6-2 Region 5) and Cole Mortensen scored 12 points.

Sam Stevenson led Bountiful (8-12, 3-5 Region 5) with 17 points.


LAYTON — Woods Cross broke Northridge’s three-game winning streak and clinched at least share of the Region 5 title.

Mason Bendinger led Woods Cross (17-3, 8-0 Region 5) with 18 points and Jaxon Smith scored 17 points. The Wildcats shot 23 of 27 (85%) at the free-throw line.

Josh Kitchen and Caden Christensen led Northridge (8-11, 3-5) with 11 points each. Christensen made three 3-pointers and Kitchen made two.


HYRUM — Bear River outscored Mountain Crest 12-6 in extra time to grab a region road win.

Bridger Barfuss led Bear River (12-8, 3-5 Region 11) with 14 points. Kyver Jensen scored 10 points before leaving with an injury. Gehrig Marble and Denver Reese each tallied nine points.


OGDEN — Gideon Burnham scored 18 points to lead St. Joseph to a resounding win in its regular-season finale.

Tyler Arroyo added 14 points with two 3-pointers for St. Joseph (8-13, 4-6 Region 17).

Utah Military (4-12, 0-10) didn’t report stats.


Morgan 61, Ogden 56

Wasatch Academy 107, Layton Christian 66

South Summit 72, Ben Lomond 45



PLEASANT VIEW — Layton outscored Weber 26-16 in the second half to grab its third win in the last four games.

Charly Stevens led Layton (4-15, 3-8 Region 1) with 11 points and Olivia Hodapp scored 10. Quincie Knudson added nine points.

Abby Sayer made three 3-pointers and scored a game-high 13 points for Weber (5-15, 2-9). Allie Clark and Logyn Howell each scored seven.


SYRACUSE — In a game that was tied after the second, third and fourth quarters, Syracuse outscored Farmington 14-5 in extra time for the region win.

Maylee Anderson led all scorers with 18 points and four 3-pointers for Syracuse (13-7, 7-3 Region 1). Avery Sanders tallied 16 points with two treys, and Cami King added 14 points.

Marissa Marchant paced Farmington (9-10, 3-7) with 17 points. Victoria Clinger scored 10 points with two 3-pointers


CLEARFIELD — Sierra Eddie scored 25 points with five 3-pointers, all in the first three quarters, as Fremont won its fourth straight game.

Charli Hunt scored 13 points for Fremont (15-6, 9-1 Region 1) and Syncere Langston scored 10 points. Fremont made 10 3s as a team.

Xiyah Yarbrough led Clearfield (8-11, 2-8) with 14 points and Nevea Cordova scored 10 points with two 3-pointers.


LAYTON — On Thursday, Woods Cross held Northridge scoreless in the first quarter and cruised past the Knights.

Avery Poulton scored eight points and Georgia Hatton had seven for Woods Cross (14-5, 5-3 Region 5).

Karlee Mayfield led Northridge (11-8, 5-3) with six points. The Knights were without leading scorer Madison Hosino due to an ankle injury.


GARLAND — Gracie Riley and Jenna LeCroix each scored 20 points to lead Bear River past Mountain Crest on Thursday.

Crystal Park added 14 points for Bear River (9-9, 2-6 Region 11) and Lexi Westmorland tallied 10 points. LeCroix hit two 3-pointers.


LAYTON — Layton Christian fell at home Thursday night, narrowly missing an upset of a Grantsville team that finished Region 13 play unbeaten.

For LCA (12-9, 5-5 Region 13), Bianca Silva totaled 11 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals. Ruzgar Boyle added 11 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals.


St. Joseph 45, Utah Military 7

Ben Lomond 54, South Summit 45 (Thur.)


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