The game featured a battle between Bingham's 6-foot-11 center Branden Carlson and 7-4 Pleasant Grove sophomore Matthew Van Komen.
Van Komen led Pleasant Grove (22-4) with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Carlson scored five and grabbed seven boards. Both players consistently altered the shooting trajectory for opposing would-be scorers, and both had a pair of blocks.
"These guys have never seen a guy that big, I don't think. People have to understand that Van Komen is still 5 inches taller than Branden — that's like a 6-6 kid going against a 6-1 kid," Bingham coach Jake Schroeder said. "I thought Brandon did an incredible job. And credit to Matt — I think he's getting better and better."
The game was tied at 28-28 when the Vikings' Keanu Akina hit a shot with 2:22 left in the third.
Then came a 17-2 run by Bingham that essentially put the game out of reach for Pleasant Grove. Fowlks started the run with a 3-pointer and Davis registered eight of the points in that stretch.
The Miners connected on 7 of their 17 long-range attempts and drained all three of their 3-pointers in the final quarter.
"It was the opposite for us. We got some open looks in the second half, but it just seemed like we missed most of them," said Vikings coach Randy McAllister, whose team was 4 for 16 from beyond the arc.
"They just played great. They were on fire," McAllister said. "They shot the ball well, and we just have to do a better job of defending that."
Bingham's largest lead until it burst into the clear in the final stanza was a four-point advantage at the end of the first.
"Once we get rolling, we're pretty tough," Schroeder said. "The key is finding ways to get that run going."