High school girls soccer: Tuesday's roundup

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 19 2012 8:00 a.m. MDT

LEHI 3, PLEASANT GROVE 1: After being tied at halftime, Lehi score two goals in the second half to come away with the win. Jestine Burningham, Meagan Kauffman and Rachel Rogers each scored a goal for Pioneers.


BONNEVILLE 5, BOX ELDER 0: Bonneville could not be stopped scoring their first three goal in the first half. Tobin Niebrugde, Ellee Hall, Hannah Shore, Sienna Thornock, and Emilie Tafunai all contributed one goal. Megan Phillpot was outstanding as the goalkeeper.

SKY VIEW 2, LOGAN 1: Brenna Porter netted the first half goal, and Mckell Martin's game winner helped Sky View move into third place in region play.

MOUNTAIN CREST 2, ROY 1: Roy was able to keep the game close, but Kierra Little and Karlee Campbell each scored a goal in the Mountain Crest victory.


CLEARFIELD 1, WOODS CROSS 0: Afton Barlow scored the lone goal in the second half in the close victory in favor of Clearfield. Kaitlyn Stratton recorded the shutout.

BOUNTIFUL 6, HIGHLAND 1: Kennedy Merrick netted a pair of goals for Bountiful, and five other players found the back of the net in the Braves' region win at home.

EAST 8, CYPRUS 0: Petiola Manu nailed a hat trick as the Leopards managed to shutout Cyprus with help from goalkeepers Whitney Simoneti and Jocelyn Hanrath.


SKYLINE 4, WESTLAKE 0: Four different players notched goals, as the Eagles cruised to the region win. Alli Spencer recorded the shutout.

HILLCREST 3, HERRIMAN 1: Ryley Gritton scored two Hillcrest goals in the hard-fought region battle versus Herriman.

OLYMPUS 1, MURRAY 0: Steph Nicholes scored the lone goal for Olympus in the second half, and Anesa Curic was able to record the shutout.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 3, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Maple Mountain scored all three goals in the first half, with Courtney Fryer, Mickelle Hamilton and Kennedee Tracy all finding the back of the net to earn a 10th region victory.

SPRINGVILLE 2, SALEM HILLS 1: Sydney Brown and Anna Brunnell scored the Springville goals in the first half, and were able to hold on for the narrow region victory.

TIMPANOGOS 3, OREM 0: Jordan chung-Hoon, Marcy Fuller and Katie Henderson scored the Timpanogos goals in the region victory over Orem. Carly Nelson and Sydney Oldroyd split the shutout.

TIMPVIEW 5, PROVO 0: Alissa Moffet netted a pair of goals to help Timpview cruise to the lopsided region win. Nisha Bindraban recorded the shutout.


SNOW CANYON 2, CANYON VIEW 0: Sarah Henderson and Callie Stewart scored the Snow Canyon goals to lead the home team. Grace Walton recorded the shutout in region play.

PINE VIEW 3, HURRICANE 1: Janzen Morgan found the back of the net twice, and Pine View broke a 1-1 halftime score with two goals in the second half.

DESERT HILLS 0, CEDAR 0: After a scoreless 80 minutes, and two-periods of overtime, neither team could find the back of the net in the region draw.


WASATCH 6, UNION 0: Sharee Woodruff and Ella Ballsteade both netted a pair of goals to lead Wasatch to the region victory. Senior Rebecca MaWhinney recorded the shutout in her first start of the season.

PARK CITY 2, JUAN DIEGO 0: Maggie Reigelsperger and Gretchen Swenson each scored goals as Park City keeper Skye Mooney earned another shutout.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 3, UINTAH 2: Judge hopped to a 1-0 lead at half, and were able to net a pair of goals in the second half to survive a Uintah rally in region play.


OGDEN 6, BEAR RIVER 0: Kiley Porter netted the hat trick, and also dished out an assist to help Ogden to the lopsided region win over Bear River.

STANSBURY 3, TOOELE 1: Courtney Boekweg, Michaela Didericksen and Rachel Prescott all found the back of the net as Stansbury picked up a road victory over Tooele to improve to 6-6 overall and 3-5 in region play.

BEN LOMOND 4, MORGAN 0: Baylee Roche netted two goals in the blowout victory at home over Morgan. Kenzie Abbot and Sami Rodriquez added the additional two goals, while Leanza Driscoll recorded the shutout.


SUMMIT ACADEMY 8, LEGACY PREP 1: Courtney Shoell managed to score a hat trick, while Chelsey Keefer added a pair of goals to lead Summit Academy to the lopsided win over Legacy Prep.