High school basketball: ratings and highlights from Tuesday’s games

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Jordan mobilizes for great victory over Lehi

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Jordan recovered from an early deficit, using a final 19-8 stretch to turn the result into a 45-38 win to open the regional game. The Beetdiggers dominated on the inside, especially Edna and Fui Niumeitolu who combined to score 22 points.

“I’m really proud of these girls. We have a lot of offensive threats against our team, but when the shots weren’t falling we focused on the defense. We had just put new principles on our defense the day before the game and the girls executed the plan. They showed a lot of heart and did whatever it took to achieve the victory.

The Pioneers were led by Jamisyn Heaton, who scored 17 points and knocked down a 3-point trio. Lehi will be looking to bounce back when he hosts Orem on Thursday night while Jordan travels to play at Alta.

Granger opens the regional game with a win

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Timera Moore lost 18 points and scored three points for the Lancers in their win over West. Ruby Vaituu also added 20 points. Granger took the lead with a solid second quarterback where they allowed just five points.

After a very marked third quarter, they finished the West with a 49-44 victory. The Lancers will look to continue a strong start to the game in the region when they travel to Cyprus on Friday night.

Pine View stretch pouch

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Pine View edged Cedar City with clutch play on the stretch. With the game tied at the end of the last period, the Panthers relied on Addie Topham to hit a big three-point pointer to take the lead.

Avery Gustin and Rachel Mathis would shoot down free throws in the dying seconds to consolidate a 47-42 win. Emma Jensen led all scorers with 22 points while Haylee Campbell had a team record of 12 points and two to three points for the Reds.

Davis continues to play strong in Region opener

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After a strong 8-1 pre-season record, the Darts claimed their first regional victory with a victory over Layton. Davis dominated his opponent in each of the first three periods, building a 19-point lead.

The Lancers were unable to threaten in the fourth quarter, ending the game with a 56-41 loss. Kendra Kitchen recorded 19 points to lead Davis while Kylee Mabry added 13. Charly Stevens scored 14 points and hit a downtown shot for Layton.

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