BONNEVILLE 1, TIMPANOGOS 0: Makayla Nielsen scored the game's only goal in the first half, and Megan Phillpot recorded the shutout in the Bonneville victory.
STANSBURY 8, CARBON 0: Rachel Prescott and Bret Wilkinson netted four goals in the first half, and Hailey Hopkins split the shutout with Amy Despain in the lopsided Stansbury win.
RIVERTON 5, JORDAN 2: The Silverwolves stormed back in the second half to grab the win.
TAYLORSVILLE 3, WEST JORDAN 0: Abi Black had a pair of goals to lead Taylorsville, while Angel Bickley recorded the shutout in goal.
DESERT HILLS 1, HERRIMAN 0: Brittany Terry scored the games lone goal in the first half, and Lauren Bushnell held Herriman scoreless to record the shutout.
AMERICAN FORK 11, GRANGER 0: Emily Houston netted a pair of goals, while Hannah George recorded the shutout in the American Fork victory at home.
BOX ELDER 4, CLEARFIELD 2: Brinley Adams netted both Clearfield goals, but visiting Box Elder dominated the game to start its season in the right direction.
OGDEN 2, NORTHRIDGE 1: Morgan Jones and Kiley Porter managed to score both of their goals in the first half, and held defensively to preserve the road win.
FREMONT 3, SKY VIEW 1: Mariah Elmer netted a pair of goals for Fremont, and Hannah Loftus finished the scoring to bury Sky View in the preseason victory.
LONE PEAK 4, TIMPVIEW 0: Hannah Hyde assisted Wesley Hamblin's score while Sara Boley and Julia Vaughan split the shutout for the Knights.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 4, WESTLAKE 0: Olivia Hobby dished out three assists, and Nicole Smith recorded the Mountain View shutout in goal.
BEN LOMOND 2, ROY 1: Sami Rodriquez and Baylee Roche each scored to give the Scots their first win of the season.
LEHI 3, SALEM HILLS 1: Kierra Jackman netted a pair of spectacular goals, and Lehi earned the awesome first victory of the season at home.
SPANISH FORK 4, MANTI 0: McKinley Brinkerhoff nettted a pair of goals, while Brooke Davis managed a shutout for Spanish Fork at home.
DAVIS 5, WOODS CROSS 1: Davis opened the flood gates on visiting Woods Cross, and cruised to a consecutive victory in preseason action.
BINGHAM 2, HILLCREST 0: Carla Swensen and Libby Weber each found the back of the net, and Bingham kept a clean sheet courtesy of Jess Brooks and Maddie Loftus defending the Miners goal.
HIGHLAND 3, COTTONWOOD 0: Kyra Heesch found the back of the net twice to lead Highland offensively, while Abby Wilcox recorded the shutout between the posts.
EAST 3, WEST 0: Whitney Simoneti and Jocelyn Hanrath shared the shutout for the Leopards against the rival Panthers.
ALTA 4, BOUNTIFUL 1: Alta continued its dominance from last years title run with a three-goal victory at home.
TOOELE 5, KEARNS 1: Brindisy Russell and Alyssa Banks each netted a pair of goals to lead Tooele past Kearns in the second half.
BRIGHTON 8, HUNTER 0: Visiting Brighton jumped all over Hunter as the fifth-ranked Bengals opened the season under first-year coach Mark Stoker with a very easy victory.
SNOW CANYON 5, COPPER HILLS 1: Cami Bergen and Meghan McKenna each tallied two goals, while Callie Stewart added a goal and an assist as Snow Canyon jumped all over Copper Hills building a 4-1 lead at the half.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 8, PINE VIEW 1: Kennedee Tracy netted the hat trick, and Maple Mountain cruised to the lopsided win at home.
PARK CITY 3, LOGAN 1: Jessica Dancy and Rachael Papez netted goals in the first half, and Park City were able to cruise to the preseason victory on the road.
DIXIE 3, SPRINGVILLE 0: Alexa Smaellie, Finess White finished Springville off with their deciding goals, while Whitney Stephens and Kelsey McCann split the shutout.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 8, GRANTSVILLE 0: Summit Academy took a huge step in a positive direction with the 8-0 decision on the road for its first victory in school history as an official sanctioned varsity team.
VIEWMONT 4, OREM 0: Courtney Wallis knocked in two goals to lead the Vikings.
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