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Harvey leads Bountiful to two wins; Baker’s double-double helps Farmington

Jan 06, 2022 11:27AM ● By Catherine Garrett

Farmington’s Delaney Baker (41) looks under the defense of Brighton’s Ava Cowan (20). Baker scored 19 points and had 14 rebounds in the Phoenix victory. Photo by Roger V. Tuttle

Bountiful High freshman Taylor Harvey scored 32 points to lead the Redhawks to wins over Layton and Murray last week. Farmington’s Delaney Baker had 19 points and 14 rebounds in the Phoenix squad’s win over Brighton.


Bountiful beat Layton 49-37 Dec. 29. The Redhawks came out strong, going up 10 early and maintaining a six-point lead at halftime. A 27-point second half performance helped Bountiful to a 12-point win.

Taylor Harvey had a monster game with 17 points and 16 rebounds with Lizzy McConkie adding 13.

Against Murray Dec. 30, the Redhawks won 54-25, going up big early again – this time with a 24-14 edge at the break. Bountiful broke open the game with 30 points in the second half to win big. Harvey again led the team in scoring with 15 points while Claire Cook and McConkie added 12 and 10 points, respectively.

The Redhawks’ record is now 6-3 this year.


Davis defeated Viewmont 57-45 Dec. 31. The teams were squared at 26-all at halftime before the Darts used a 31-point second half to pull away.

Kendra Kitchen led the way with 18 points with Kylee Mabry adding 10 and Taylor Leavitt eight.

Davis improved to 8-1 on the season.


Farmington defeated Brighton 59-51 Dec. 29 for its fourth win of the year. The Phoenix were down one after the first quarter before a 21-point effort put them up 12 at the break. Both teams battled fairly evenly in the second half with Farmington winning by eight.

Delaney Baker led the Phoenix with 19 points and 14 rebounds. Coach Van Price also noted Maddie Hauck’s strong game with 11 points and seven boards.

Farmington is now 4-4 so far this season.


Viewmont lost by 12 to Davis Dec. 31. The Vikings battled evenly with the Darts through the first half but managed just 19 points in the second half in the loss.

AnnaBella Uffens, Emma Mulitalo and Grace MacKay all scored nine points to lead Viewmont while Kalee Smith and Kalli Cannon added seven each.

The Vikings are 3-10 this season.

Woods Cross

Woods Cross defeated Stansbury 36-29 Dec. 30. The Wildcats used a 13-point first quarter to take control of the game and held off the Stallions’ 15-point fourth quarter effort in the seven-point win. Sofia Mokofisi, Georgia Hatton and Arta Bytyqi all had nine points in the team’s win with Katie King adding seven.

Woods Cross is 6-3 this year.