NEPHI — Ogden High Women’s Basketball beat No. 15 Juab 13-3 in the second quarter to power an upset first-round 3A State Tournament on Tuesday as the Tigers outscored Wasps 53-45.
Ashley Christensen scored 20 points for No. 18 Ogden (7-16), made three 3-pointers, shot 5-of-6 from the foul line and led all scorers. Lucy Ballard scored 11 points and Brynn Smith scored eight.
The Tigers travel to No. 2 Richfield at 7 p.m. Friday in the second round of the playoffs.
FREMONT 45, SYRACUSE 39
PLAIN CITY — Syracuse beat Fremont 11-5 in the third quarter, but the Silverwolves owned the first and last frame, beating the Titans 30-18 in those quarters for a win in the region.
Maggie Mendelson scored a season-high 18 points for Fremont (20-2, 11-0 Region 1) and Timea Gardiner added 14 as Fremont clinched at least a share of the Region 1 championship.
Whitney Sorenson led Syracuse (16-5, 7-4) with 13 points and Gracie Sorenson scored 10.
DAVIS 63, CLEARFIELD 21
KAYSVILLE – Davis led 21-1 after the first quarter of a regional win over Clearfield.
Kendra Kitchen led all scorers with 15 points for Davis (18-2, 10-1 Region 1). Kylee Mabry added 11 points and two 3-pointers. Sierra Passey and Morgan Burnett each scored eight points.
Miranda Mansfield scored 11 points for Clearfield (0-20, 0-11) and Xiyah Yarbrough added seven.
CYPRUS 43, ROY 25
MAGNA – Roy trailed 18-15 at halftime, but was upstaged 16-8 in the third quarter in a regional loss to Cyprus (13-7, 9-2 Region 2).
Nicole Williams and Masie Scholer each scored six points for Roy (6-15, 2-9), with Scholer hitting two 3-pointers. Sha’Kyra Joiner added five points.
BOUNTIFUL 47, BONNEVILLE 25
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Bountiful has held Bonneville to single-digit scores in every quarter-final win on the road.
Taylor Harvey led Bountiful (17-3, 9-0 Region 5) with 16 points, Riley Johnson scored 10 points and Claire Cook added nine.
Libby Jensen led Bonneville (5-17, 1-8) with 10 points.
VIEWMONT 37, WOODS CROSS 36
WOODS CROSS — Woods Cross led 34-29 after three quarters, but Viewmont won the final frame 8-2 for a regional road win.
Emma Mulitalo led Viewmont (9-12, 6-2 Region 5) with 12 points. Grace Mackay, Kaylee Smith and Kristina Gunnell each added seven points.
Georgia Halton led all scorers with 19 points for Woods Cross (11-8, 3-5). Sofi Mokofisi scored eight.
RIDGELINE 68, BEAR RIVER 35
GARLAND — Bear River held Ridgeline (22-1, 10-0 Region 11) to 12 points in the first quarter but couldn’t follow a home loss.
Jenna LaCroix led Bear River (5-16, 2-8) with 10 points. Gracie RIley scored seven and Lexie Westmoreland scored six.
SCORES, NO STATISTICS REPORTED
Farmington 50, Weber 26
Northridge 58, Box Elder 49
(13) Delta 51, (20) Ben Lomond 29 (3A first round)
(13) Enterprise 54, (20) Utah Military 18 (2A first round)
DAVIS 70, CLEARFIELD 37
CLEARFIELD — Davis shot 55.3 percent from the field (26 of 47) in a big road win.
Rex Sunderland led Davis (21-1, 10-1 Region 1) with 17 points and Colby Sims scored 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting, including 4-of-5 3-pointers.
Max Painter had 11 points with 10 rebounds and Sawyer Cottrell had 10 points off the bench for darts.
Coming off the bench, Austin Mitchell led Clearfield (4-16, 3-8) with 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting. Trace Hansen scored eight points.
FRÉMONT 37, SYRACUSE 35
SYRACUSE — A 10-4 third quarter was enough for Fremont to claim a low-scoring slugfest against Syracuse.
Hunter Hansen led Fremont (12-8, 6-5 Region 1) with 12 points. David Calvert added seven runs and Dakota Argyle threw six.
Brock Williams and Brevin Hamblin each scored nine points for Syracuse (7-13, 4-7). Kaden Erickson added six points.
FARMINGTON 77, WEBER 54
PLEASANT VIEW — Collin Chandler scored 26 points with four 3-pointers to lead Farmington to a regional win at Weber.
Paul Beattie had 17 points for Farmington (12-9, 7-4 Region 1) and Cole Johnson added 12 on two 2-pointers, two treys and 2-of-2 from the free throw line. Tyler Larson scored 10 points.
Cannon DeVries led Weber (9-13, 5-7 Region 1) with 13 points and two 3-pointers. Stockton Short added 10 points and two treys.
SCORES, NO STATISTICS REPORTED
Cyprus 62, Roy 55
Justin Johnson, Patrick Carr and Brett Hein contributed to this report.