BONNEVILLE 4, LOGAN 0: Four different players scored in the Lakers win, as Megan Phillpot recorded the shutout on the road.
SKY VIEW 3, ROY 0: Sky View's McKenley Hellstern, Madison Siddoway and Kylee Vilanueva all had a goal in the shutout victory.
BOX ELDER 4, MOUNTAIN CREST 3: Box Elder fought hard and disrupted the Mustangs' comeback as Lana Willard poured in a hat trick while Heather Hutchinson tallied the fourth goal.
CLEARFIELD 1, HIGHLAND 0: Clearfield's Brinley Adams scored the solo goal of the game. Kaitlyn Stratton was unstoppable behind the net to record the shutout.
WOODS CROSS 11, CYPRUS 0: The Wildcats blew the Pirates right out of the by water outscoring them 11-0. Kyra Fawcett scored four goals, while Faith Rohwer had a hat trick of her own in the region victory.
BOUNTIFUL 2, EAST 1: Bountiful scored two second half goals to overcome a 1-0 deficit at half-time. Morgan Cook and Christina Plank each scored a goal for the Braves.
SKYLINE 5, HERRIMAN 0: Skyline marched to an eighth consecutive region victory, downing Herriman with five goals. Alli Spencer and Hillary Weixler split the shutout.
HILLCREST 1, OLYMPUS 1: Olympus and Hillcrest tied in a closely fought tie. Whitney Beck scored Olympus' lone goal while Brooke Maughan scored for Hillcrest.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 1, TIMPVIEW 0: Mountain View narrowly edged cross-town rival Timpview for the the 1-0 victory. Julia Eldridge scored the solo goal off the assist from Olivia Hoddy in the 28th minute.
SALEM HILLS 3, OREM 2: Megan Haitt scored a pair of goals to help Salem Hills slip past Orem in the extra-time thriller.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 2, TIMPANOGOS 1: Wlise Flake and Mickelle Hamilton scored a goal in either half, and Maple Mountain held on late to earn the region win on the road.
SPRINGVILLE 2, PROVO 1: Springville was able to capture the win thanks to goals from Sydney Brown and Sara Ripley. Both goals were on assists from Nichole Mertz.
CANYON VIEW 2, HURRICANE 1: Canyon View struck back in the second half, as Melissa Kunz and Ashlee Braun dumped in the winning goals. The Falcons' defense tightened up to keep the Tigers' only goal in the first half.
DIXIE 3, CEDAR 0: Aubri Challis dished out a hat trick in the first half to be the only scoring player in the game, while Kelsey McCann and Whitney Stephens shared the shutout.
SNOW CANYON 3, DESERT HILLS 0: Snow Canyon clinched the Region 9 championship with Tirsa Snyder leading the way with three goals and Grace Walton recording the shutout.
JUAN DIEGO 1, WASATCH 0: In a close match, Juan Diego came out on top thanks to Mattie Muzatko's second-half goal. Melanie Mecham had the shutout for the Soaring Eagle.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 2, UNION 0: Sarah Peterson led the Judge attack with both goals to propel the home team to the region win. Sammie Garice recorded the shutout. Credit the Union keeper, who managed to keep a clean sheet until the final minutes of the game.
PARK CITY 4, UINTAH 0: Jessica Dancy poured in a hat trick, as Maggie Reigelsperger tallied the fourth goal for the win on the road. Skye Mooney recorded the shutout.
BEAR RIVER 3, MORGAN 2: Sarah Huber netted the hat trick, including the game winner in extra-time to lift Bear River past Morgan in region play.
OGDEN 8, TOOELE 0: Avery Calton and Caylee Carter each found the back of the net twice, and Ogden cruised past Tooele at home to ear the region win. Kelsey East recorded the shutout.
MAESER PREP 2, ROWLAND HALL 1: Lauren Dodge scored the game winning goal off of a header in overtime to give Maeser Prep the victory at home.
ST. JOSEPH 7, LEGACY PREP 0: The Jayhawks defeated Legacy prep 7-0 in the lopsided win. Christina Behnken had a hat trick, and Kate Weil added two goals in the shutout victory.
JORDAN 4, COTTONWOOD 2: Trailing 2-0 in the second half, Tori Smith equalized with a pair of goals to lead the Jordan comeback. The Beetdiggers found two more goals in the muddy victory.
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