A look at standout performers and key numbers from Saturday's championship games of the Class 4A and 5A boys' basketball state tournament at Weber State University and the Class 1A boys' tournament at the Sevier Valley Center.
Boys' basketball: Classes 5A, 4A, 1A title game standout performers and key numbers
The Bingham junior made a pair of baskets and hit two free throws during the Miners' fourth-quarter rally. He finished with nine points, four rebounds, a steal, an assist and a block in the victory over Lone Peak.
As time expired in regulation, the Springville senior double-pumped a long-range 3-pointer and swished his team into overtime. It would take another overtime to finally win the first boys' basketball state title since 1958.
The Panguitch junior hit 7 of 9 field goals, scored 21 points, hauled down 10 rebounds, had four assists and two blocked shots in the Bobcats' Class 1A state title victory.
The field-goal percentage for Panguitch sophomore Acey Orton in the Bobcats' win over Valley for the Class 1A state title. He connected on all seven shots from the field.
The number of state titles Panguitch now has won, making it the king of small school athletics in Utah.
The comined point total by which Springville won its four postseason games. The Red Devils beat Skyline 44-43, Woods Cross 51-50 in overtime, Hillcrest 57-45 and Olympus 81-79 in double overtime.
Number of consecutive points Bingham scored after falling behind 36-32 with 3 minutes, 5 seconds left in the fourth quarter. The Miners rallied to repeat at the Class 5A state champions.
Class 5A all-tournament team
Lleyton Parker • Bingham
Dason Youngblood • Bingham
Nate Harkness • Lone Peak
Steven Ashworth • Lone Peak
Stockton Shorts • Copper Hills
Matt Van Komen • Pleasant Grove
Class 4A all-tournament team
Andrew Slack • Springville
Josh Elison • Springville
Rylan Jones • Olympus
Matt Lindsey • Olympus
Trevin Knell • Woods Cross
Stockton Ashby • Hillcrest
Class 5A scoring leaders
Class 5A rebounding leaders
Class 4A scoring leaders
Class 4A rebounding leaders