Bear River, Box Elder and Sky View winners on Wednesday

<strong>Sky View 61, Ogden 49</strong>

The Sky View Bobcats came back for a key road victory Wednesday night at Ogden High School, winning 61-49. The Bobcats, who trailed for the entire first half, were able to win due to the balance scoring that they received from their post players. Jordan Nielsen, Grayson Moore, and Casey Oliverson all scored in double figures. After taking a lead in the fourth quarter, the Bobcats held on with some clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch. Sky View went 10-10 from the charity stripe to close out the win, including 4-4 shooting from Jordan Nielsen.Jake Lowry and Parker Stromberg paced the Ogden Tigers, with 13 and 12 points, respectively. The win brought Sky View to a 3-2 record on the year in region play. Sky View will have a crucial home game against valley rival Mountain Crest on Friday. Tip-off will occur at 7 PM.-Weston Mangum

<strong>Mountain Crest 43, Box Elder 62</strong>

Mountain Crest started out Wednesday night’s game looking great. At the end of the first they held a three point lead over Box Elder. Early into the second quarter, however, the Bee’s went on a 16-2 run and didn’t look back after that.The Final score, Box Elder 62 Mountain Crest 43.-Todd Olsen

<strong>Bear River 65, Grantsville 36</strong>

Bear River played their most complete game of the season and it showed, too. The Bears whipped up on Grantsville 65-36. Hunter Eschlin once again was the star of the night leading the scoring for the Bears, that included a dominating 3rd quarter where they put the game out of reach.The Bears shot out of the gates in the opening minutes of the game with a 19-8 lead. The Cowboys cut it down to four but then Bear River went on a 12-2 run to end the half and never looked back. The 4th quarter blowout gave some of the youngsters to play.In all, 10 kids saw playing time against Grantsville. The Bears take their swagger back onto the road and head to Salt Lake City Friday night to take on Judge Memorial, in what Coach Casey Winters calls the most important game of the season thus far. Game time will be 7:30.-Ajay Salveson

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