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Buzzer beater Cannon Devries helps Weber beat Fremont.

The Warriors beat Fremont in a tough match. Weber jumped to an eight-point lead after the first quarter, but the Silverwolves won each of the remaining three periods as they climbed back into play.

With about 20 seconds remaining, Weber fouled while two behind to force a one-on-one for Fremont. Having lost the front end, the Warriors went down and missed the layup that tied the game, but an offensive rebound on the way to Cannon DeVries left a three-point effort wide open to win the game. It failed, but the exact same scenario was played out again and this time DeVries dropped a game-winning three-pointer as time ran out to give his team a 55-54 win.

Ethan Potter’s big night of paint leads Layton through Syracuse.

The Lancers beat the Titans in a thrilling game where no team can afford a huge lead. Ethan Potter dominated the evening, scoring 25 points, all from inside the arena, as Layton won 74-71. Potter has been amazing throughout the season, but the rest of the team have really adapted to their roles as supporting roles. When asked about the game, Coach Miller said, “The team is really getting rounded. We still haven’t played our best ball yet, but it’s getting better as the season goes on. “

Syracuse is led by their three-headed monster Connor Saunder (23 points), Brock Williams (21 points), and Brandon Clark (17 points).

Layton are now 4-0 in their Region 1 game, with an away tie against another undefeated team, Davis Darts, on Friday.

Brighton beat Murray after struggling hard in the 42nd minute

The Bengals were able to outlast Murray in the battle which ended 78-76. The first four quarters were all determined by just one point, with both teams winning twice to force extra time. Lander Barton and Josh Petersen dominated the post, where they combined to score 44 points for the Bengals. Parker Kenner was the real hero of the night, as he shot a massive three-pointer in the first stoppage time, before several big defensive games sealed a deal in second overtime.

Chudi Anosike and Jaxson Workman combined 47 points and lost seven times.

Top-ranked Vikings withheld late fines from Corner Canyon

Pleasant Grove maintains the No. 1 of them with a tight win over the visiting Chargers. Pleasant Grove scored 31 points in the second quarter, building on a double-digit lead at half-time, but a 21-12 lead by Corner Canyon in the third period saw four fierce quarters of battle that ended in an 80-76 win for VIkings in a pivotal Region 4 game.

Five Vikings finished in double figures, including Dylan Jones, who had 26 points and fired six shots from downtown. Trace Ross had 23 points for the Chargers, who suffered their first defeat in a territory game.

Pleasant Grove will complete their three straight home games against Lone Peak and Skyridge while Corner Canyon continues their three-match run with battles at Westlake and Lone Peak.

Lehi corrected the bow with a big win over TImberwolves.

Lehi outperformed the Timpanogos 36-13 in the first half on their way to a dominant 59-42 win in a crucial Region 7 showdown. The Pioneers were led by Noa Gonsalves with 27 points and five three-pointers, while Tyson Hawkins had eight points and nine assists. Blake Hill had six points and 10 rebounds too.

Lehi lost the previous two games by combining two points each. The win over the Timpanogos put them back in conversation for a high seed and strong finish for the region play. Lehi continued their home stand with matches against top-ranked Timpview and Mountain Ridge.

Orem upset Mountain View by a late score of 5-0

Orem grabbed a hard earned win thanks to some great defensive possession along the way. Down three with only 90 seconds remaining, Dane Christian scored on the edge before Jack Martin stole a pass and swung it at Nick Clark who took a 3-point shot to give the Tigers a two-point lead. They will hold on for a 49-47 win over second-placed Bruins.

Mountain View fell to 1-3 in territory play after slate non-territory 7-2. They will try and get back on track with an away fixture against Alta before the game hosts top-ranked Timpview Thunderbirds next Tuesday.



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