High school sports: Thursday's roundup


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Published: Thursday, March 14 2013 11:40 p.m. MDT

Layton's Jonnathan Rodriqez, left, and Bountiful's Jose Cisneros fight for the ball as Layton High School defeats Bountiful High School 1-0 in boys soccer Thursday, March 14, 2013, in Bountiful.

Tom Smart, Deseret News



DIAMOND RANCH 8, ENTERPRISE 7: Enterprise fell behind in the sixth inning as Diamond Ranch tacked on two more runs to edge out the Wolves.

PAROWAN 14, KANAB 8: Parowan had 15 hits to secure the victory over Kanab. Jake Topham hit a triple and picked up the win on the mound.

MILLARD 19, MILFORD 1: Erick Alcala threw a two-hitter and the Eagles racked up 15 hits in the region victory.


BOUNTIFUL 6, STANSBURY 0: Zac Muir only threw 77 pitches en route to a complete game, three-hit shutout to power the Braves over the Stallions. Muir also hit a double in the win.


PIEDRA VISTA, N.M. 10, UINTAH 0: Piedra Vista, N.M., capitalized on Uintah's five errors to earn the blowout victory in the Farmington Tournament.

CEDAR 11, KEARNS 1: Easton Weaver tripled, while Dallas Jolley and Hunter Low each hit a double to help the Redmen blowout Kearns. Cayden Lutn pitched a complete game in his win from the mound for Cedar.

SNOW CANYON 15, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Riley Gates threw a no-hitter with 11 strike outs and gave up just one walk in the five-inning victory for Snow Canyon. Brogan Secrist led the Warriors at the plate, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, a home run, and five RBIs.

TOOELE 8, GRANGER 5: Braden Furgeson threw a complete-game victory and contributed a double from the plate for Tooele.

BEAVER 10, UNION 2: Tilston Bradshaw pitched the win while Lyndon Bradshaw and Sam Myers each hit doubles for Beaver.

WASATCH 10, JUAB 8: Juab's seven-run deficit was too much to overcome as the Wasps' rally in the final three innings fell just short. Tate Berg and Austen Cloward each ripped a double, while Kyle Kelly earned the win from the mound to lead Wasatch.

OGDEN 6, WEBER 4: Brian Saunders blasted a home run and earned the win on the mound to boost Ogden in the home win.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 12, CARBON 2: Maple Mountain's Ivan Brooks went 3-for-4 at the plate with three RBIs, while teammates Jonah Flinders and K.J. Hall hit a double and a triple, respectively. Makay Nelson picked up the win from the mound for the Golden Eagles.

PLEASANT GROVE 13, TIMPANOGOS 5: Pleasant Grove's 14-hit performance and errorless defense lifted the Vikings over the Timberwolves. Chandler Bice, Brayden Cox and McKay Lewis each went yard, while Easton Walker ripped a double and earned the win from the mound to pace Pleasant Grove.

ROY 24, BEN LOMOND 0: Six players had extra-base hits for the Royals as Roy secured the win on 16 hits and zero errors.

MONTICELLO 7, DOLORES, COLO. 6: Hunter Bowring and Austin Maloy ripped a double and a triple, respectively, while Shane Christensen picked up the win from the mound to help the Buckaroos outlast Dolores, Colo., in the Cortez Tournament.

SKY VIEW 8, OLYMPUS 1: Sky View put four runs up on the board in the first two innings as the Bobcats blew past the Titans. Austin Heaps ripped a home run in the win.

PAYSON 13, TIMPVIEW 8: Jaxon Hendrickson and T.J. Anderson each ripped a homer, while Stockton Knotts and Javier Torres added a double apiece to propel the Lions over the T-Birds. Dallon Neves got the win from the mound for Payson.


Boys soccer


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