CANYON VIEW 2, SNOW CANYON 1: Canyon View's Keaton Kringlen, Juan Lares and Troy Terry hit doubles in the nail-bitting win over Snow Canyon.
JUAN DIEGO 11, CEDAR 10: Juan Diego survived Cedar's 4-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to escape with the road win. Rykker Tom ripped a double and also went yard to power the Soaring Eagle.
WASATCH 9, PAYSON 0: Mason Holmes' four hits including two doubles and Taggart Baxter's three hits led the Wasps to the shutout victory over the Lions.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 12, ROWLAND HALL 1: Judge Memorial scored nine runs in the first inning to take the lead and the win over Rowland Hall.
RICHFIELD 7, PAROWAN 1: Jordan Christensen pitched a strong game for Richfield as it handed Parowan its first loss of the season.
GUNNISON 11, SUMMIT ACADEMY 4: Gunnison's Braden Harris went 2-for-3 with two home runs and five RBIs in the blowout win over Summit Academy at home.
BOUNTIFUL 4, VIEWMONT 3: Bountiful scored three runs in the third inning to take the lead.
WESTLAKE 16, TIMPVIEW 4: Westlake finished off the fourth innings scoring five runs to take the win. Jake Mayer hit a double and triple.
FREMONT 11, WEBER 1: Fremont pounded out 11 runs on 14 hits in a convincing victory over Weber. Levi Musselman picked up the victory for the 'Wolves.
RIVERTON 11, TAYLORSVILLE 2: Jared Barton and Tanner Draper combined to strike out 11 hitters as Riverton rolled past Taylorsville to improve to 4-0. Riverton pounded out 10 hits, six of them extra-base hits, in the rout. Cam Gust went 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles, while Jared White homered in the second inning.
BINGHAM 11, BRIGHTON 2: Bingham rolled past winless Brighton to improve to 3-2 this preseason.
TIMPANOGOS 12, OREM 4: Timpanogos took a commanding 6-3 lead in the first inning and continued the streak to blowout Orem. Skylar Johnson hit two doubles.
ALTA 5, LAYTON 2: The Hawks soared over Layton in the three runs victory. Mike Ebeling hit a double.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 8, DAVIS 5: Mountain View's Hayden Young had a double in the three run win over Davis at home.
ST. JOSEPH 8, WENDOVER 0: St. Joseph's David Donlevy scored five goals.Keyanu Tate assisted four of the eight goals scored.
PARK CITY 4, UINTAH 2: Gunner Stray-Gunderson scored two goals in the win over Uintah. Garrett Bullough and Garrett McGee each knocked in the other two goals.
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