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CV, Parowan girls fall twice
by Tom Zulewski Iron County Today
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The Canyon View girls basketball team continued to struggle in region play, dropping two more games to fall to 0-5 in Region 12 last week.

They fell into the cellar with a 55-33 loss on the road at North Sanpete on Jan. 24. The Falcons trailed only 11-10 after the opening quarter, but the Hawks – who earned its first Region 12 win of the season – held them to nine points between the second and third quarters to cruise to the easy victory. Malia Vasi led Canyon View with 10 points in the loss.

CV began the second half of Region 12 play with a 50-31 loss at Juab to fall to 4-14 overall. The Wasps held the Falcons to single-digit scoring over the final three quarters and won going away. Morgan Cheney led CV with nine points.

Parowan girls drop pair

The Parowan girls fell to 3-9 in Region 20 play after losing a pair of contests last week. The Rams scored only three points in the third quarter and fell 45-40 at home to Bryce Valley on Jan. 26.

Taylor Robb led Parowan with 21 points, but the Rams couldn’t overcome the third-quarter slump after the game was tied at 27-27 at the half.

On Saturday night, the Rams struggled again in the second half, scoring just 10 points in a 39-28 road loss at Valley. Robb scored 10 points, but the Rams were outscored 18-4 from the free-throw line.

Ram boys split pair of games

The Parowan boys team broke a three-game losing streak in impressive fashion Friday night, as five players scored in double figures on the way to a 74-45 rout over Diamond Ranch. Ethan Guymon and Jarrin Church paced the Rams’ attack with 15 points each, while Guymon was among three players (Porter Wood, Trevor Bassett) with 10 rebounds apiece for Parowan, who evened its Region 20 record at 6-6.

On Jan. 25, Trevor Bassett scored 20 points, but Parowan couldn’t wipe out a seven-point halftime deficit and fell 57-51 at home to Bryce Valley. Tate Leech and Austin Brinkerhoff proved to be a lethal combination, scoring 23 and 22 points, respectively, in the Mustangs’ victory.

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