MAPLE MOUNTAIN 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Rachel Bingham set up goals for Elise Flake and Courtney Fryer as Maple Mountain scored a pair of second half goals to beat Mountain View in region play.
SPRINGVILLE 4, SALEM HILLS 0: Springville went unthreatened with a strong second half as Sydney Brown scored twice and Danica Nusink earned the shutout.
TIMPANOGOS 3, OREM 3: Timpanogos improved to 2-0-2 in region pay in a hard-fought draw with Orem. Rachelle Warner, Amanda Marshall and Savannah Brady all scored for Timpanogos, with Tatiana Monsen scored twice for Orem.
TIMPVIEW 2, PROVO 0: Maddie Garray and Alissa Moffet notched goals as Timpview blanked winless Provo to improve to 2-0-1 in region play.
SNOW CANYON 3, CANYON VIEW 2: Snow Canyon broke the tie in the second half as Whitney Wittwer, Callie Stewert and Meghan McKenna all played strong games.
OGDEN 4, BEAR RIVER 0: Lindsey Bray, Avery Calton, Jaimee Hansen and Kennidy Howard all found the back of the net to lead Ogden to a region-opening victory over Bear River. The Tigers are now 4-0 on the season.
STANSBURY 1, TOOELE 0: Courtney Boekweg assisted Rachel Luker's second half goal as Stansbury edged previously unbeaten Tooele for its first victory in region play.
BEN LOMOND 2, MORGAN 0: Ben Lomond's McKenzie Tuck and Kenzie Abbot tallied the goals while Leanza Driscoll secured the shutout.
SKYLINE 4, HIGHLAND 0: Skyline went unthreatened, scoring two goals in each half as four separate players scored. Alli Spencer secured the shutout and Emily Cassell chipped in with two assists.
BONNEVILLE 5, WEBER 1: Sienna Thornock shined on the field sneaking in a hat trick while Hannah Shore and Elle Hall both met the net to contribute to the Lakers' victory.
GRANGER 3, CARBON 1: Granger scored all three of its goals in the first half on its way to beating winless Carbon.
AMERICAN FORK 4, OLYMPUS 1: American Fork jumped out to a quick lead on visiting Olympus and never looked back as Alecia Robinson poured in a hat trick, with teammate Laken Flinders tacking on the last goal.
CLEARFIELD 3, SYRACUSE 0: Kelsee Bowen scored twice while Kaitlyn Stratton earned the shutout to lead Clearfield to the victory over Syracuse.
LEHI 0, WASATCH 0: The teams shared the points as both keepers, Julie Gibson for Lehi and Julie Fitzgerald for Wasatch, played outstandingly.
HURRICANE 1, PINE VIEW 0: Lynne Taylor's second half goal and Cierra Stratton's shutout led Hurricane to its first victory of the season.
LONE PEAK 3, VIEWMONT 1: Kate Gurney, Wesley Hamblin, and Hannah Hyde all tallied goals as the Knights knocked off Viewmont in a preseason battle of 5A powers. Viemwont's lone goal was scored by Karrie Pead.
FREMONT 3, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Fremont had it in the bag in the first half as mariah Elmer scored twice, while Kelsey Andersen and Lexi Burnett shared the shutout.
MURRAY 1, JORDAN 1: The 'Diggers and Spartans shared the points with Kyara scoring for Jordan and Tara Furlong equalizing for Murray.
PLEASANT GROVE 8, ROY 0: Pleasant Grove preserved the win at home as Taylor Kirk nailed a hat trick while both Ashley McBee and Lucy Borland tallied twice. Alicia Daniels and Kenedii Williams shared the shutout.
SPANISH FORK 5, WESTLAKE 4: McKinley Brinkerhoff's hat trick, and a goal each from Kamila Chaparro and Cassidy Crook, led Spanish Fork to the victory over Westlake as it improved to 6-1 this season.
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