High school boys basketball: 2A quarterfinal — Beaver survives

Enterprise 61, North Summit 47

Enterprise used a balanced scoring attack to pull away from North Summit in the second half for the 2A quarterfinal win. North Summit led 25-23 at the break, but Enterprise used a 38-22 advantage in the second half to earn the win. Adam Holt led the way for the Wolves with 11 points, with Mathew Bowler and Tyler Hiatt each chipping in with 10 points.

Beaver 50, Gunnison Valley 41

Top seed Beaver narrowly escaped with a 2A quarterfinal win on Monday as the Beavers need overtime to finish off Gunnison Valley. Jake Eichorn led Beaver with 14 points, with Crayton Hollingshead chipping in with 12 points and Ky Brown adding 10.

Layton Christian 63, Monticello 37

Layton Christian shot 55% while holding Monticello to just 28% shooting as it rolled to the victory in the 2A quarterfinals at the Sevier Valley Center. Souleymane Barro and Jerheim combined to score 21 points to lead the Eagles.

Parowan 61, Draper APA 51

Down five entering the fourth quarter, No. 3 seed Parowan dominated the final eight minutes. outscoring Draper APA 25-10 to rally for the 2A quarterfinal win. Parowan had four players scoring in double figures, led by 17 points from Easton Jensen and then 15 each from Krue Stubbs and Drake Robinson.


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