Roundup of Thursday night's high school girls soccer action:
GRAND 3, SOUTH SEVIER 2: Despite the pouring rain, Grand came out with the victory scoring all three goals in the second half. Amanda Sheets scored two goals. Katy Miner scored the other goal.
MANTI 2, RICHFIELD 1: Kelsie George scored both Manti goals, as the Templars broke out of a 0-0 halftime to pick up the region victory at home.
ST. JOSEPH 3, ROWLAND HALL 0: Michal Burt, Christiana Behnken and Kate Weil all found the back of the net for St. Joseph's region win on the road.
PAROWAN 3, BEAVER 2: Parowan's narrow victory was carried out by Shelies Francen, Neisha Roy and Ally Simpson's goal scores. Rachel Roberts netted a pair of goals in the Beaver loss.
DAVIS 7, SYRACUSE 0: Kennedy Laws pounded in a hat trick while Sarah Beecher secured the shutout.
FREMONT 4, NORTHRIDGE 2: Mariah Elmer lifted the Silver Wolves with a hat trick, while Hannah Loftus tipped in the additional goal. Kenzie Andersen secured the saves as victory as the games winning keeper.
VIEWMONT 5, TAYLORSVILLE 1: HeidI Lorscheider netted a pair of goals, and Viewmont rolled to the region victory after taking a 3-0 advantage into the half.
HUNTER 4, GRANGER 2: Hunter's Jenifer Mendez scored two goals in the victory over Granger.
ALTA 8, WEST JORDAN 0: Sydney Fitzpatrick dished out three assists and scored in the shutout. Madie Lyons and Whitney Paskins both netted a pair of goals for Alta, and Elyssa Hashimoto recorded the shutout.
BRIGHTON 2, JORDAN 1: Jordan found themselves on the wrong end of an own goal, and a Jocelyn Loomis score helped Brighton defeat the Beetdiggers in region play.
PLEASANT GROVE 4, AMERICAN FORK 2: Lucy Borland and Maddie Giles netted the first half goals, and Taylor Kirk and Kristine Reynolds each finished up the game with a goal to help Pleasant Grove survive the region battle on the road. Alecia Robinson netted both American Fork goals.
BOX ELDER 10, ROY 2: Lana Willard scored a pair of goals and added four assists as Box Elder broke open a tie game at the half against Roy with a stunning nine goals in the second half. Beth Davies added two goals and two assists for the Bees.
CLEARFIELD 3, WOODS CROSS 2: Brinley Adams netted a pair of goals, including the game winner in extra time to help Clearfield to the impressive region victory at home. Ashley Woodruff had the other Clearfield goal.
EAST 6, CYPRUS 0: East high exploded in the first half scoring five goals in route to the shutout victory over Cyprus.
HILLCREST 4, HERRIMAN 0: Hillcrest out-hustled Herriman as four different players scored goals and Audrey Kriss recorded the shutout for the Huskies.
OLYMPUS 2, MURRAY 1: Olympus stayed a step ahead of the Spartans as Whitney Back scored both goals for the Titans in region play.
TIMPANOGOS 2, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1: Jordyn Chung-Hoon found the back of the net twice to lead Timpanogos past Maple Mountain on the road and in region play.
SPRINGVILLE 2, PROVO 1: The Red Devils capitalized on an own goal to beat their Utah County rival.
HURRICANE 2, CANYON VIEW 0: Canyon View's Lynne Taylor was on fire scoring both goals in the shutout victory.
SNOW CANYON 1, DESERT HILLS 0: Forsake Snyder scored the winning goal in the second half as Snow Canyon eked out a win over Desert Hills.
DIXIE 1, CEDAR 1: Dixie and Cedar shared the points in a tight Region 9 battle, with Kassie Tripp notching the lone goal for Dixie.
PARK CITY 6, UNION 0: Park City dominated in the shutout recorded by Skye Mooney while Gretchen Swensen met with the net twice.
BEAR RIVER 3, MORGAN 0: Bear River came out of halftime ready to claim a victory scoring three goals. Tara Christensen scored the first goal. Sara Huber scored the second goal on a pretty header. and Sadie Croney scored the final goal of the game.
BEN LOMOND 8, GRANTSVILLE 0: Baylee Roche led the Scots with two scores in the shutout victory over Grantsville.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 4, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 3: ALA turned up the heat in the final minutes down 3-1, and it was able to force extra time. Dalila Rodriguez and Mauriana Staheli each netted a pair of goals, including Staheli's game winner in extra time.