LONE PEAK 3, PLEASANT GROVE 2: Lone Peaks Julia Barnes was fantastic in the second half, not allowing Pleasant Grove to score at all. Brittany Porter and Tess Arnold scored the two goals for Lone Peak, and the third goal was an own goal by the Vikings.
BONNEVILLE 3, MOUNTAIN CREST 1: Ellee Hall scored two goals and Madeline Jensen added a goal of her own for Bonneville, marching the Lakers to a fourth consecutive region win.
SKY VIEW 3, BOX ELDER 2: Sky View's outstanding teamwork led to the victory over Box Elder. Jordyn Brown, McKenley Hellstern and Madison Siddoway all scored in the region victory.
LOGAN 2, ROY 0: Katelyn McCuske put Logan up 1-0 at half, and Jamie Dyer delivered the second half goal to lead the Grizzlies past the Royals. Emily Davis recorded the shutout.
BOUNTIFUL 3, CLEARFIELD 1: In the final five minutes of the game, Jenny Skedros netted a pair of goals and Kennedy Merrick finished off the three-goal second half for Bountiful. The Braves posted an astonishing 29-6 shot differential in the region win.
HIGHLAND 9, CYPRUS 0: Kate Orchard had a hat trick, while Krystle Payne added two goals of her own to lead Highland in the lopsided victory. Abby Wilcox recorded the shutout.
WOODS CROSS 3, EAST 1: Faith Rowher, Kyra Fawcett and Eden Jacobsen all scored in the second half to give the Wildcats the victory.
SKYLINE 7, HILLCREST 1: Skyline dominated the Huskies, scoring three goals before halftime. Jaslyn Masina had a hat trick, and a handful of girls found the back of the net for Skyline.
HERRIMAN 3, MURRAY 2: After taking the 2-0 lead into the half, Herriman allowed two Murray goals but were saved by the likes of Tori Washington and her late game winner.
OLYMPUS 3, WESTLAKE 0: Olympus' Whitney Back with the outstanding hat trick, while Anesa Curic recorded the shutout.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 2, SPRINGVILLE 0: Olivia Hoddy had a great assist to Jadey Price for the first goal in the first half. Kiona Christensen had the game winning goal.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1, SALEM HILLS 0: After a hard fought battle Rachel Bingham scored the winning goal in the second half for Maple Mountain. BritLee Anderson and Brooke McCluskey split the shutout.
TIMPANOGOS 0, TIMPVIEW 0: After a hard fought battle, neither team could score in double overtime and the game resulted in a draw.
OREM 4, PROVO 0: The Orem Tigers trounced the Provo Bulldogs with a 4-0 victory. Nicole Gowans had an amazing game scoring two goals, while Rachel Miller recorded the shutout.
SNOW CANYON 4, HURRICANE 0: Callie Stewart tipped in a hat trick and Kyleigh Wittwer snuck in the last goal, while Grace Walton preserved the shutout for Snow Canyon.
DESERT HILLS 0, PINE VIEW 0: After a hard fought battle through double overtimes neither team could come out with a goal and shared the Region 9 points.
WASATCH 3, UINTAH 0: The Wasps stung the Utes with the shutout victory. Ella Ballsteade scored two goals and Whitney Orgill contributed the other goal. Julie Fitzgerald was sensational with her fourth shutout of the season.
JUAN DIEGO 5, UNION 0: Juan Diego went into halftime with a 4-0 lead, and finished the game with an additional goal in the second half. Emily Bruder had a four outstanding goals in the game.
PARK CITY 3, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Park City's Jessica Dancy had two goals in the region victory over Judge Memorial, while Skye Mooney recorded the shutout.
BEAR RIVER 4, TOOELE 3: Bear River's great teamwork led to the 4-3 victory. Marisa Hobbs, Sarah Huber, Paige Roholt and Whitney Wilcox each scored one goal.
OGDEN 9, GRANTSVILLE 0: Avery Calton netted the hat trick, including an assist, to lead Ogden to the lopsided win at home. Jaimee Hansen added a pair of goals, while Kelsey East recorded the shutout.
BEN LOMOND 5, STANSBURY 0: Ben Lomond's Sami Rodriquez had a fabulous hat trick in the shutout victory over Stansbury.
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