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.