Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

February 20, 2018
Sports Wrap – February 20, 2018

Stansbury girls basketball
at Ogden

The Stansbury girls basketball team rolled to a 63-47 win on the road against Ogden in both teams’ Region 11 finale Thursday night. Kaylee Castillo led the Stallions (16-6, 9-3 Region 11) with 17 points, while Mia Thurber and Taylor Hinds each scored 10. The Stallions clinched second place in the Region 11 standings when Tooele lost to Bonneville on Friday night, earning Stansbury a home playoff game against Spanish Fork on Friday night in the opening round of the Class 4A state tournament.

Stansbury boys basketball
at Ogden

Drake Schlappi had 17 points as the Stansbury boys basketball team erased a nine-point halftime deficit to upend Ogden 47-43 in the regular-season finale Friday night at Ogden High School. Tavita Gagnier added nine points in the victory for the Stallions (11-11, 9-3 Region 11), who finished as Region 11’s No. 3 seed and will be on the road for the first round of the Class 4A state tournament Saturday night against an opponent to be determined.

Tooele boys basketball
at Bonneville

With home-court advantage hanging in the balance, the Tooele boys basketball team outscored Bonneville 27-13 in the fourth quarter to rally for a 71-65 road win over the Lakers that preserved the Buffaloes’ second-place standing in Region 11. Kyler Hymas led the way with 26 points for Tooele (11-8, 9-3 Region 11), while Dawson Banks hit five 3-pointers as part of a 17-point performance and Mitchell Bunn had 15 points and six assists. Tooele will play host to a yet-to-be-determined opponent in Saturday night’s opening round of the Class 4A state tournament.

Tooele girls basketball
at Bonneville

Tooele was tied with Bonneville at halftime of their Region 11 contest in Washington Terrace on Friday night, but the Lakers held the Buffaloes to just 12 second-half points to pull away for a 40-30 victory. Emily Webber and Shaylie Davis each had 10 points in the loss for the Buffs (13-8, 9-3 Region 11), who came in with a chance at the Region 11 title but will instead enter the Class 4A state tournament as the region’s No. 3 seed. Tooele will be on the road for the first round of the tournament Friday night against an opponent to be determined.

Wendover girls basketball
vs. Tintic

Adriana Delgadillo had 16 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Wendover girls basketball team to a 44-25 win over Tintic in a Region 21 home game Friday night. Angelica Badillo hit three 3-pointers and scored 14 points for the Wildcats (17-4, 5-2 Region 21), who wrapped up their regular season Tuesday at West Ridge Academy in a game that was not complete at press time.

Wendover boys basketball
vs. Tintic

For the second time this season, the Wendover boys basketball team couldn’t hold off Tintic as the Miners came into the Wildcats’ home gym and handed them a 69-52 loss. Gustavo Carrillo led Wendover (18-4, 7-2 Region 21) with 21 points and Jason Shepherd had 12, while Tintic’s Braxten Petersen put up 20 points to lead four Miners in double-figures. Wendover finishes up the regular season Wednesday night at West Ridge Academy.

Dugway boys basketball
vs. Milford

Dugway’s boys basketball team trailed by just three points after the first quarter, but managed just 19 points the rest of the way as the Mustangs fell to Milford 65-34 in a Region 21 road game Friday night. Tyi Bear led Dugway (7-12, 1-8 Region 21) with 15 points in the loss. The Mustangs will play host to Tintic on Wednesday in their regular-season finale.

Notable HS boys basketball scores

Tintic 69, Wendover 52

Milford 65, Dugway 34

Stansbury 47, Ogden 43

Tooele 71, Bonneville 65

Park City 60, Ben Lomond 50

Desert Hills 64, Canyon View 58

Dixie 61, Cedar 46

Hurricane 69, Snow Canyon 64

Orem 63, Lehi 58

Salem Hills 77, Payson 73, OT

Spanish Fork 62,
Mountain View 56

Bear River 52, Logan 50

Ridgeline 70, Green Canyon 65

Sky View 79, Mountain Crest 49

Wasatch Academy 73,
Juan Diego 53
Class 3A first round

Grantsville 68, Union 59

Delta 82, San Juan 68

Grand 69, Carbon 56

Juab 61, Summit Academy 58, OT

Manti 62, Providence Hall 60, OT

Morgan 48, Richfield 43

South Sevier 71, ALA 52

South Summit 80, Emery 74
Class 2A first round

Altamont 55, Rockwell 53

Beaver 66, APA West Valley 34

Duchesne 65, Millard 40

Enterprise 65, Draper APA 29

Layton Christian 76, Gunnison 50

North Summit 43, Waterford 38

Parowan 72, St. Joseph 23

Rowland Hall 65, North Sevier 50

Notable HS girls basketball scores

Stansbury 63, Ogden 47

Park City 39, Ben Lomond 38

Cedar 41, Dixie 25

Desert Hills 64, Canyon View 58

Hurricane 49, Snow Canyon 36

Logan 55, Bear River 44

Ridgeline 61, Green Canyon 50

Sky View 58, Mountain Crest 44

Wendover 44, Tintic 25

Bonneville 40, Tooele 30

Lehi 56, Orem 32

Mountain View 68,
Spanish Fork 46

Salem Hills 60, Payson 39
Class 3A first round

Grantsville 58, Manti 30

Carbon 52, Summit Academy 36

Emery 86, Providence Hall 24

Juab 44, Grand 22

Judge Memorial 56, San Juan 39

Morgan 52, Delta 39

Richfield 72, ALA 22

South Sevier 46, Union 40
Class 2A first round

Altamont 54, Rowland Hall 36

Beaver 66, Draper APA 10

Enterprise 61, Rockwell 19

Kanab 43, Duchesne 39

Layton Christian 47, Waterford 37

Millard 61, St. Joseph 23

North Summit 56,
Merit Academy 24

Wasatch Academy 45,
North Sevier 37
Class 5A first round

Box Elder 60, Skyridge 53

East 49, Brighton 37

Highland 51, Corner Canyon 45

Skyline 59, Alta 38

Springville 42, Roy 32

Timpview 60, West 44

Viewmont 51, Provo 41

Woods Cross 40, Wasatch 30

Thursday’s games

Grantsville boys basketball
vs. Grand, 9:30 a.m.
at Dixie State University

Grantsville girls basketball
vs. South Sevier, 5:50 p.m.
at Dixie State University

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