SKY VIEW 4, BOX ELDER 1: Sky View scored three runs in the sixth inning to escape with the road victory over Box Elder. Mitch Berryhill earned the win from the hill, while Nick Haynie went yard to lead the Bobcats.
WOODS CROSS 6, CYPRUS 0: Jake Brown, Brady Cowley and Shaden Fisher each went 2-for-3 at the plate to back Jake Kocherhans dominant performance on the hill as Woods Cross shut-out Cyprus in region play.
BOUNTIFUL 7, HIGHLAND 4: Tanner Redding struck-out seven Highland batters and the Braves scored four runs in the top of the seventh to escape with the region victory against Highland. Ryan Curtis collected four RBIs to lead Bountiful in the win.
OREM 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 6: Orem's five-run rally in the top of the seventh pushed the Tigers past Mountain View. Garrett Cook and Mikhail Jones each doubled while Nolan Gray earned the win from the mound for Orem, while Hayden Young went yard in the loss.
SALEM HILLS 13, PROVO 3: Salem Hills got three hits from Junior Centeno and 12 Ks from pitcher Colton Hill as it rolled past Provo.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4, TIMPANOGOS 2: The Golden Eagles doubled up the Timberwolves.
SPRINGVILLE 6, TIMPVIEW 5: Jace Hartman hit the game-winning RBI-single that brought home Gentry Marideth as the Red Devils defeated Timpview in shocking fashion. Hartman went 3-for-5 in the win, while Marideth earned the win on the hill to power Springville.
GRANTSVILLE 6, BEAR RIVER 5: Grantsville held Bear River to one run in the seventh inning to escape with the narrow victory in region play. Landon Hammond pitched the win to lead the Cowboys.
SPANISH FORK 5, CARBON 2: Cortlen Nielsen recorded the complete-game victory as the Dons won on the road.
PAYSON 8, JUAB 3: Wyatt Boorhees pitched a complete-game as he led Payson past Juab in the region matchup. Stockton Knotts doubled in the win.
WEBER 11, MORGAN 3: Weber scored nine runs in the first two innings to blow past Morgan.
ROWLAND HALL 10, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: Kyle Eng pitched a complete-game, two-hit shutout while also ripping a triple, while Ethan Arsht tripled and Drew Dischman hit a double and triple to lead Rowland Hall past Wasatch Academy.
MURRAY 10, WASATCH 9: The Spartans rallied for two runs in the seventh and Cam Howe singled in the game-winning run. Spencer Downs held down the Wasatch bats after entering in the fourth and picked up the win on the mound. Court Adams went 4-for-4 with two RBIs.
BONNEVILLE 8, WEBER 4: Will Heward struck out 12 batters en route to the Laker victory.
AMERICAN FORK 13, COTTONWOOD 0: American Fork pitcher Riley Ottesen only allowed four hits over five innings as the Cavemen overwhelmed undefeated Cottonwood in the nonregion victory to improve to 3-0.
LAYTON 6, COPPER HILLS 0: Starting pitcher Parker Kinkade allowed just two hits with no runs across five innings, and then Jaden Trujillo earned the win and hit a triple to lead the Lancers at home.
HARVARD WESTLAKE, CALIF. 2, BINGHAM 0: In a good old-fashioned pitchers' duel, Harvard-Westlake's Conor Cuse out-dueled Bingham's Brandon Morley in the quarterfinals of the USA Baseball National High School Invitational in Cary, N.C. Chase Tavonatti doubled in the loss for the Miners.
BISHOP GORMAN, NEV. 18, HILLCREST 6: The Huskies dropped their second straight game in Las Vegas, this time falling to host Bishop Gorman, Nev.
LEHI 10, BRIGHTON 8: Lehi held-off a late Brighton rally as the Pioneers picked up the win. Cody Webb had two doubles, while Ryan Absher hit a double, four RBIs and earned the win from the hill to lead Lehi.
DAVIS 13, WEST 9: Kody Day, who struck out six batters and earned the Davis victory, was one of four pitchers that took the mound for the Darts. Zac Fuller had a triple with two RBIs and Jackson Peacock blasted two homers against a skeleton West team that had just three reserves on the bench, all of whom were injured.
MONTICELLO 8, DELORES, COLO. 1: Hunter Bowring smacked a triple and Shane Christensen doubled while also picking up the win from the hill to lead Monticello past Delores, Colo., in the San Juan Invitational.
JORDAN 11, CATHEDRAL CITY, CALIF. 4: After dropping its first game at the Bishop Gorman Desert Classic on Wednesday, the 'Diggers bounced back with a strong victory over Cathedral, Calif.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2, OAKLEY 0: Fernando Horta and Amand Rukundo each netted goals, while keeper Berke Kalemotou saved two Oakley penalty kicks and shut-out the Explorers to help Layton Christian defeat Oakley.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 5, MAESER PREP 0: Zach LaTaisse scored two goals, while three other teammates found the back of the net as well to lift ALA past Maeser Prep in region play. Anson Gwilliam recorded the shutout in the win.
NORTHRIDGE 4, SYRACUSE 0: Christian Hall led the Northridge scoring attack with two goals, while Robert Crawford dished out two assists to lift the Knights over the Titans. Zach Nielson picked up the shutout in the win.
HUNTER 3, WEST 2: Oscar Hernandez sent a powerful shot across the field and into the left corner of the net to give Hunter the road victory in overtime.
VIEWMONT 5, GRANGER 1: Five different players scored to help Viewmont earn the victory over Granger in region play.
TAYLORSVILLE 3, KEARNS 0: Damian Holladay, Connor Ibins and Eduardo Munoz each netted goals in the second half to give the Warriors the win over the Cougars. Kellar Sirstins recorded the shutout in the win.
PROVO 4, SALEM HILLS 1: Provo earned the victory with a very balanced scoring effort, netting two goals in each half and spreading the scoring to four different players -- Allan Resendez, Sergio Bencomo, Christian Cardoso, and Tyler Gordon.
SPRINGVILLE 4, TIMPVIEW 1: In the Ronald McDonald House Charity game, Springville earned the victory behind Ethan Trunnell's two goals. The two teams combined to raise about $2,000 for charity in the game.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 2, TIMPANOGOS 1: Alec Woolley score one goal and assisted another to lead the Bruins in the region victory.
BOX ELDER 15, LOGAN 0: Molly Horne went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs to lead Box Elder past Logan in region play. Abbey Martin earned the win from the mound for the Bees.
MOUNTAIN CREST 11, SKY VIEW 3: Hannah Branch had two hits, including a triple, and reached base on all four plate appearances to lead the Mustangs on the road.
BOUNTIFUL 12, WOODS CROSS 0: Bountiful took a 9-0 lead after three innings and held on to defeat Woods Cross in region play. Payton Hart ripped a triple, while Belle Stoddard pitched the win for the Braves.
EAST 14, CYPRUS 4: Alexis Moeaki was impressive at the plate, as she doubled, tripled and homered to lead East's scoring attack. Lique Lokeni picked up the win in the circle for the Leopards.
CLEARFIELD 15, HIGHLAND 2: Clearfield's seven-run third inning helped it earn the victory over Highland in five innings. Lexi Andersen homered, while Bailey Douglas doubled and picked up the victory from the mound.
OLYMPUS 11, SKYLINE 1: Olympus got a home run from Keeley Heyer and a double apiece from London Davis and Haylee Eskelson in its win over Skyline in region play. Niki Eskelson earned the win from the circle for the Titans.
MURRAY 20, WESTLAKE 0: The Spartans capitalized on five Thunder errors in the shutout.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 11, TIMPANOGOS 0: Freshman Peyton Hunter got her first varsity start and pitched a three-hit, complete-game shutout to lead Maple Mountain past Timpanogos. Taylor Reynolds also ripped a triple while Kayla Ellis doubled in the win.
SALEM HILLS 2, SPRINGVILLE 1: Kirtlyn Bohling pitched the complete-game, one-hit win while striking-out 11 Springville batters to lift the SkyHawks over the Red Devils. Kenzie Martin also tripled in the win.
TIMPVIEW 7, OREM 6: Timpview's Keisha Johnson drove-in Tiffany Nixon with the tying-run in the bottom of the sixth, and then Charity Meldrum tripled in the bottom of the seventh before scoring the game-winning run on a wild pitch. Johnson and Marissa Paez both led Timpview with three hits apiece, while Megan Robinson earned the win from the circle.
PROVO 18, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Provo's nine-run first inning and seven extra-base hits helped the Bulldogs get the victory over Mountain View. Emily Allman knocked one out of the park and tripled, while Megan Ventura homered and doubled to lead Provo's scoring attack. Taylor Allman pitched the no-hitter shutout with eight Ks in the win.
SPANISH FORK 4, PAYSON 1: Dani Perkins smashed a two-run homer in the top of the sixth to lift Spanish Fork over Payson in region play. Kelsey Christensen earned the win in the circle for the Dons.
SOUTH SUMMIT 14, DUCHESNE 2: The Wildcats scored in all five innings of the run-shortened game behind strong hitting. Natalie Nichols and Abigail Peterson each hit doubles while Kylie Atkinson and Sidney Vidrine each blasted home runs for South Summit.
ROWLAND HALL 10, NORTH SUMMIT 7: Rachel Nelson struck-out 12 North Summit batters and Becca Glazier backed-up Nelson with four amazing catches in the field as Rowland Hall earned its first victory of the season. Tess Vonham homered in the loss.
STANSBURY 13, SYRACUSE 0: Kimbri Herring pitched a one-hit shutout as she struck-out eight of the 17 Syracuse batters she faced. Stansbury racked-up nine extra-base hits, including two doubles from Carly Manzione and two doubles and a triple from Katelyn Robinson, in its blowout win over Syracuse.
HUNTER 7, COTTONWOOD 0: McKayla Griffith and Tess Matagi each doubled as Hunter put four runs up on the board in the first inning to defeat Cottonwood. Jorden Beutler pitched the win for the Wolverines.
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