Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

November 22, 2017
Sports Wrap – November 23, 2017

Tooele boys basketball
at Carbon

Mitchell Bunn had 20 points and Jeno Bins chipped in 10 as the Tooele boys basketball team cruised to a 58-40 win over Carbon on Tuesday night in Price. Kyler Hymas scored nine points for the Buffaloes (1-0), who outscored the Dinos (0-1) 20-11 in the fourth quarter and had nine players score in the game. The Buffs played host to Tintic on Wednesday night in a game that was not complete at press time.

Dugway boys basketball
vs. Mount Vernon

Jesus Valdiviezo and TJ Ramos combined for 35 points to lead the Dugway boys basketball team to a 74-41 win over Mount Vernon at home Tuesday night. Dillon Lewis had 11 points and Jake Whalen added 10 for the Mustangs (1-0), who will play host to Pinnacle on Nov. 29.

Wendover boys basketball
at Tabiona

The Wendover boys basketball team edged Tabiona 71-70 in overtime Tuesday night behind 16 points from Gustavo Carrillo, 15 from Brayan Mendoza and 13 from Eduardo Gomez. The Wildcats (1-0) trailed by three points entering the fourth quarter. Wendover will travel to Richfield to face Intermountain Christian on Dec. 8 as part of the Central Utah Boys Basketball Preview.

University of Utah men’s basketball vs. Ole Miss

Justin Bibbins had 23 points, Donnie Tillman and David Collette each had 13 and Sedrick Barefield added 12 to lead the University of Utah men’s basketball team to an 83-74 win over Ole Miss on Monday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Bibbins was 5-for-8 from 3-point range for the Utes (4-0), who nearly got a triple-double from Tyler Rawson (nine points, 10 rebounds, seven assists). Utah faced UNLV in a game that was not complete at press time Wednesday.

BYU men’s basketball vs. Niagara

Elijah Bryant had a team-high 22 points off the bench, Yoeli Childs scored 21 and TJ Haws added 18 as the Brigham Young men’s basketball team beat Niagara 95-88 on Tuesday night at the Marriott Center in Provo. Luke Worthington added 11 points for the Cougars (3-1), who shot 60.7 percent from the field in the second half. BYU travels to New York City on Friday to take on Alabama as part of the Barclays Center Classic.

Utah State men’s basketball at Portland State

The Utah State men’s basketball team lost 83-79 to Portland State on Monday night at Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon, despite 23 points from Sam Merrill and 13 points and 15 rebounds from Dwayne Brown Jr. Brock Miller added 15 points and Diogo Brito chipped in 12 for the Aggies (2-3), who face Northeastern on Friday in Nashville, Tennessee.

Southern Utah men’s basketball vs. Benedictine University at Mesa

James McGee had 25 points and hit all six of his attempts from beyond the 3-point arc to lead the Southern Utah men’s basketball team to an 85-68 win over Benedictine University at Mesa on Tuesday night at the America First Event Center in Cedar City. Jamal Aytes added 19 points and 15 rebounds for the Thunderbirds (2-2), who travel to Las Vegas on Saturday to face UNLV.

Utah Valley men’s basketball vs. Eastern Oregon

Akolda Manyang had 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Utah Valley men’s basketball team to a 97-52 win over Eastern Oregon on Monday at the UCCU Center in Orem. Kenneth Ogbe had 16 points and Isaac Neilson added 15 for the Wolverines (3-2), while Jake Toolson added 11 points. UVU travels to North Dakota on Saturday.

Notable HS
boys basketball scores
Tuesday

Grantsville 59, N. Summit 40

Tooele 58, Carbon 40

Dugway 74, Mount Vernon 41

Wendover 71, Tabiona 70, OT

Bear River 74, Morgan 61

Cyprus 56, Ben Lomond 55

Green Canyon 69, Ogden 41

Payson 66, Provo 65, OT

Fremont 74, Ridgeline 62

Sky View 66, Bonneville 57

Park City 64, Taylorsville 48

Weber 64, Logan 51

Copper Hills 57, Uintah 32

Wasatch Academy 76,
Mountain View 39

Maple Mountain 69,
Spanish Fork 65, OT

Timpview 43, Lehi 42

Emery 74, Delta 57

Union 68, Grand 54

Richfield 55, Juab 44

Manti 85, Millard 59

North Sanpete 74,
North Sevier 34

Shiprock (N.M.) 53, San Juan 48

South Sevier 101,
Merit Academy 17

Rowland Hall 72, ALA 42

Notable HS
girls basketball scores
Tuesday

Stansbury 57, Skyridge 46

Millard 51, Grantsville 37

Logan 33, Soda Springs (Idaho) 0

Layton 45, Bonneville 24

Viewmont 59, Ridgeline 35

Beaver 52, Dixie 28

Enterprise 52, Snow Canyon 40

Ben Lomond 31, St. Joseph 27

Northridge 56, Green Canyon 35

Juan Diego 48, North Sevier 43

Roy 61, Ogden 28

Spanish Fork 45, Juab 36

Uintah 59, West Jordan 48

Highland (Idaho) 57, Sky View 37

Piute 42, South Sevier 37

Emery 71, Bryce Valley 23

ALA 51, Draper APA 9

Grand 44, Green River 40

Gunnison 39, Manti 38

San Juan 46, Monticello 36

Summit Academy 59,
Maeser Prep 6

Providence Hall 51, Tintic 25

Union 47, Judge Memorial 40

Schedule
Tuesday’s games

Grantsville girls basketball at Lehi, 7 p.m.

Tooele girls basketball
vs. South Summit, 7 p.m.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>