For full box scores and statistics, check out the Deseret News high school scoreboard for Tuesday, March 5, 2013.
Hurricane 5, Enterprise 1
Hurricane scored all five of its runs in the fourth inning, as the home team picked up a win to start the season.
WP - Ben Parker. LP - Jason Farnsworth. 2B - Adam Massey (H)
Fremont 7, Morgan 2
Tom Wilson hit a a two-run triple in the fourth inning to give the Silver Wolves the lead. Fremont went on to win its season opener with no errors.
WP - Trevor Bennett. LP - Tanner Hales. 2B - Lawson Toomer (M), Brenyn McConnell (M), Todd Bell (F). 3B - Tom Wilson (F)
Cedar 11, Delta 0
Hunter Low, Brock Esplin, and Malcolm Tripp each hit a double in the season opener win for the Redmen.
LP - Daxton Zubeck. 2B - Malcolm Tripp (C), Brock Esplin (C), Hunter Low (C)
Gunnison 7, Richfield 1
Six players, led by Connor Caldwell with two goals, scored to lead the Bulldogs to the win over Richfield.
Richfield—Spencer Henderson 1.
Gunnison—Connor Caldwell 2, Christian Avila 1, Diego Avila 1, Eduardo Turijan 1, Travis Carlisle 1, Enrique Gonzalez 1.
Grand 3, South Sevier 2
Koby Sobremesana notched a hat trick to lead South Sevier, as the home team held defensively after the 3-1 lead at halftime. Ammon Cornelius scored twice in the loss.
South Sevier—Ammon Cornelius 2.
Grand—Koby Sobremesana 3.
Wasatch Academy 6, North Sevier 2
Momo Diop and Emrem Panriover each found the back of the net twice, and Wasatch Academy started the season on the right foot with a victory at home.
North Sevier—Michael Calton 1, Kyler Knight 1.
Wasatch Academy—Hassib Hussenzaida 1, Tony Chu 1, Emrem Panriover 2, Momo Diop 2.
Hunter 2, Herriman 0
Hunter started the season on the right foot behind goals from Kendall Taylor and Raul Cavazos. Justin Motzkes earned the shutout between the posts in the opening night win over Herriman.
Hunter—Kendall Taylor 1, Raul Cavazos 1. Shutout—Justin Motzkes
Wasatch 8, Spanish Fork 0
Alex Espinoza netted three goals for Wasatch, while Domey Espinoza dished out a pair of assists in the victory.
Wasatch—Domey Espinoza 1, Alex Espinoza 3, Luis Ramirez 1, Toky Corral 1, Isaac Bedley 1. Shutout—Cody Cowley
Bingham 1, West Jordan 0
Joseph Christensen and Mark Stanley each contributed to the shutout over the Jaguars. Gabe Altheman scored the only goal for the Miners in the win.
Bingham—Gabe Altheman 1. Shutout—Joseph Christensen, Mark Stanley
Manti 4, Delta 2
Alvaro Cardenas scored a hat trick, as Manti shook off a previous loss to earn its first win of the season.
Manti—Alvaro Cardenas 3, Juan Frutos 1.
Delta—Irvin Salinas 1, Sanders Mccoy 1.
Clearfield 4, Morgan 0
Ivan Pechetto, Caleb Reynolds, Gavin Monson, and Stockton Larsen each contributed a goal for the Falcons in the win over Morgan. Brandon Ward was credited with the shutout.
Clearfield—Stockton Larsen 1, Ivan Pechetto 1, Caleb Reynolds 1, Gavin Monson 1. Shutout—Brandon Ward
Maeser Prep 6, West Ridge Academy 1
Spencer Cannon led Maeser Prep with two goals, as the Lions started the season with a win. In the loss, Alex Talley scored the goal for West Ridge from the penalty spot.
Maeser Prep—Spencer Cannon 2, Harrison Larsen 1, Ryan Gustivson 1, Sun Choi 1, Xnder Hooper 1.
West Ridge Academy—Alex Talley 1.
Hurricane 8, Parowan 0
Kyson Spendlove and Toby Anderson each dished out three assists, as Hurricane crushed Parowan at home. Kayden Jackson recorded a second consecutive shutout to start the season.
Hurricane—Koy Gubler 2, Zack Wolslegar 2, Adlai Elison 1, Cassidy Curtis 1, Noah Elison 1, Carlos Rangel 1. Shutout—Kayden Jackson
Granger 2, Syracuse 1
Aron Ortiz and Aureliano Rubio each scored a goal in the Granger win over Syracuse. In the loss, Levi Brandley scored for the Titans.
Syracuse—Levi Brandley 1.
Granger—Aureliano Rubio 1, Aron Ortiz 1.
Grantsville 3, Carbon 0
Grantsville's Colton Barney scored two goals in the shutout victory over Carbon in their season opener. Benton Tripp added the other goal, while Parker May recorded the shutout.
Grantsville—Colton Barney 2, Benton Tripp 1. Shutout—Parker May
Fremont 4, Ben Lomond 0
Fremont's teamwork led to the shutout victory over Ben Lomond to start the season. Bradon Christensen, Robby Hales, McKade Peterson and Levi Tams all found the back of the net.
Fremont—Levi Tams 1, Robby Hales 1, Mckade Peterson 1, Bradon Christensen 1. Shutout—Cayden Quayle
Sky View 7, Bear River 1
Tyler Hoyt and Jaden Wood each found the back of the net twice, and Wood also had a pair of assists to lead the home team to victory.
Bear River—Tanner Porter 1.
Sky View—Tyler Hoyt 2, Jaden Wood 2, Chase Mortensen 1, Tanner Holts 1, Kolin Knowles 1.
Lehi 17, Provo 2
Carly White recorded a double and a triple to lead Lehi past visiting Provo. Kaitlyn Oberg pitched all four innings to contribute in the Pioneers' victory.
WP - Kaitlyn Oberg. LP - Taylor Allman. 2B - Brylee Bringhurst(L), Carly White(L). 3B - Carly White(L)
South Summit 13, Gunnison 2
Brooke George smacked a pair of triples, and South Summit buried Gunnison with seven runs in the fourth inning. Natalie Nichols picked up the win on the mound.
WP - Natalie Nichols. LP - Sadee Sorensen. 2B - Katelyn Rogers(SS), Braylie Peterson(G). 3B - Abigail Peterson(SS), Brooke George 2 (SS)
Springville 11, Lone Peak 0
Springville started out the season on a good note by shutting out Lone Peak. Miranda Follette only allowed two Lone Peak hits in the victory at home.
WP - Miranda Follette. LP - Danica Reynolds. 3B - Ashyley Everett(S)
Hurricane 8, Parowan 3
Paisley Pearson had 16 strikeouts for the Hurricane in its win over Parowan in the season opener. The Tigers finished the game with 12 hits, with Cierra Stratton contributing three doubles.
WP - Paisley Pearson. LP - Neisha Roy. 2B - Lexi Fancy(H), Cierra Stratton 3 (H)