Recap of Thursday's 38 high school girls soccer games around the state.
LAYTON 4, SYRACUSE 3: After a scoreless first half, Layton opened the flood-gates to score four goals in the region victory on their home pitch.
WEBER 3, FREMONT 2: Shalee and Bailee Davis took control for the Warriors, scoring one goal each in the close victory over Fremont. Courtland Howell added the third goal for Weber.
NORTHRIDGE 3, DAVIS 1: Sarah Thompson, Melissa Roman and Morgan McCrum led the Northridge defense to the upset region victory over Davis, including a second half shutout.
TAYLORSVILLE 4, WEST 1: Abi Black netted a hat trick and Taylor Turpin added a fourth goal as the Warriors did all their scoring in the second half to bounce back from an early deficit.
VIEWMONT 8, HUNTER 0: Viewmont poured in the goals for a large-margin win as Heidi Lorscheider tallied a hat trick, Karrie Pead met the net twice, and Ashley Earnshaw preserved the shutout.
GRANGER 4, KEARNS 0: Stephanie Camareno scored twice for the Lancers, and Granger took control of the game early with three first-half goals to grab the Region 2 victory.
BRIGHTON 9, WEST JORDAN 0: Jayde Jones found the back of the net twice for Brighton, while Tamaryn Braun and Carly Olson shared the shutout in the lopsided region victory.
ALTA 4, COTTONWOOD 1: Alta scored three times in the first half to take control of the game. Bayley Bruner, Whitney Paskins, Bizzy Phillips, and Miranda Spicer each scored once for the Hawks' region victory.
JORDAN 4, COPPER HILLS 1: Madi Hill put the Beetdiggers on the board with a header while Tori Smith scored twice and had an assist.
AMERICAN FORK 3, RIVERTON 1: American Fork took the lead and victory in the second half after a slow start in the first half. Kora Jewell and Marissa Bailey scored the winning goals.
LONE PEAK 2, LEHI 1: Lone Peak's Justine Jarda and Hannah Hyde scored the two goals in the Lone Peak victory, and Sara Boley limited the Pioneers to just a second-half goal.
BINGHAM 2, PLEASANT GROVE 0: The Miner offense controlled the possession throughout the match and freshman Maddie Loftus was outstanding as the goalkeeper, picking up her fourth shutout of the season.
BONNEVILLE 5, ROY 2: The Lakers improved to 5-0-0 in region play with the easy victory over the Royals.
LOGAN 4, BOX ELDER 2: Logan turned up the heat in the second half to break the tie and Taylor Horsley tallied all four goals for the win.
CLEARFIELD 7, CYPRUS 0: Kelsee Bowen netted a pair of goals, and five other girls found the back of the net to lead Clearfield to the lopsided win on the road. McKenna Sill recorded the shutout.
EAST 1, HIGHLAND 1: Aimee Schenk netted the East goal in the first half, but Ana Moran scored the Highland equalizer before the final whistle. After two periods of extra time, the game ended in a draw.
WOODS CROSS 3, BOUNTIFUL 1: Ashlyn Farnes, Kyra Fawcett and Jill Richardson each scored for the Wildcats in the Region 6 showdown.
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