Roundup of Tuesday's high school girls soccer action:
GRAND 6, GUNNISON 2: Katy Miner had the golden-boot for Grand, bagging four goals to help the Red Devils pick up the region victory on the road.
MANTI 7, SOUTH SEVIER 0: Seven different girls were able to score goals for Manti, as the Templars improved to 5-0-0 in region play with the victory. Heidi Richardson recorded the shutout.
ST. JOSEPH 4, MAESER PREP 1: Kallie Kashiwaeda and Frances Davis each scored a pair of goals to help St. Joseph to a seventh consecutive region victory.
WATERFORD 4, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Mitsu Miyashima scored a pair of goals for Waterford, while Lauren Groathouse recorded the shutout to lift the Ravens past South Summit in region play.
MILLARD 1, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: Millard's Kenile Lemon scored the lone goal in the region victory, as Meagan Taylor recorded the Millard shutout.
PAROWAN 9, WASATCH ACADEMY 1: Parowan rolled to the region victory over Wasatch Academy.
DAVIS 7, SYRACUSE 0: Kennedy Lawes and Chelsie Dunn both notched a pair of goals to lead Davis past Syracuse in region play. Sarah Beecher recorded the shutout.
LAYTON 1, WEBER 0: Jamie Alvarez scored the game-winning goal with three minutes left in the game, while Bailey Dopp had the shutout in the Region 1 match-up.
NORTHRIDGE 2, FREMONT 1: Rachel Trommlitz scored for Northridge on an assist by Annabelle Schwab. Hannah Loftus scored for Fremont in the 66th minute on a penalty kick. In overtime, Dustyn Taylor rebounded a penalty kick on a deflection from the goalie to lift the Knights to victory.
TAYLORSVILLE 8, KEARNS 0: Abi Black managed to bag four goals, while Natasha Howard found the back of the net twice to lead Taylorsville to a lopsided win at home. Angel Bickley recorded the shutout.
VIEWMONT 8, GRANGER 0: The Viewmont Vikings stomped all over the Granger Lancers in the 8-0 victory. Karrie Pead had earned a hat trick in the blowout.
WEST 7, HUNTER 0: Taylor French and Graysee Murphy each netted two goals, and West managed to hold Hunter scoreless in the region victory. Maddie Murphy recorded the shutout on the road.
COTTONWOOD 6, WEST JORDAN 0: Holly Taylor bagged four goals, while Brooke Evans added a pair of scores to lift Cottonwood to the lopsided region win at home. Miranda Newsome recorded the shutout.
BRIGHTON 8, COPPER HILLS 0: Brighton's Mati Long was unstoppable, scoring two goals as Brighton rolled to the victory over Copper Hills with six other players notching goals.
JORDAN 1, ALTA 1: Top-ranked Alta settled for its first tie of the season as it was forced to share the points with the Beetdiggers. Kyra Radcliffe scored Jordan's goal while Sydney Fitzpatrick netted the equalizer for Alta.
RIVERTON 4, LONE PEAK 3: Hailey Skolmoski gave Riverton the win with a game-winning goal in stoppage time. Skolmoski finished with a hat-trick, while Mallory Bostic added another goal for the Silverwolves.
BINGHAM 3, AMERICAN FORK 1: Despite trailing 1-0 at half, Bingham exploded in the second half behind goals from Courtney Millgate, Randy Sorensen, and Carla Swensen. The win allows the Miners to stay on top in Region 4.
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