High school sports results from Tuesday

Published: Tuesday, April 2 2013 11:55 p.m. MDT

Merit Academy 7, Millard 4

Merit Academy came alive in the second half, scoring four goals to win the game. Theo Cazarez netted a hat trick in the region victory.

MillardRudy Alcala 1, Paco Alcala 2, Tyler Engstrom 1.

Merit Academy—Theo Cazarez 3, Luis Zeballos 1, Ivan Garcia 1, Joel Martinez 1, Hootie Hennessey 1.


Alta 2, Jordan 1

Erik Marquez buried the game winner with just minutes remaining, as the visitors improved to 5-0-0 with a solid region win.

AltaMichael Porter 1, Erik Marquez 1.

JordanJuan Ortega 1.


Roy 5, Bonneville 0

Noah Jorgensen notched the hat trick while teammate Brock Charlesworth dished-out three assists to lead Roy past Bonneville in region play. Kaden Brinkerhoff earned the shutout in the win.

Roy—Noah Jorgensen 3, Giovanni Vasquez 1, Trase Stapley 1. Shutout—Kaden Brinkerhoff


Hurricane 2, Cedar 1

Noah Elison and Zack Wolsleger knocked in the goals for Hurricane in the nail-bitting victory over Cedar at home.

CedarNoah Hill 1.

Hurricane—Noah Elison 1, Zack Wolsleger 1.

Desert Hills 1, Snow Canyon 0

After a Snow Canyon own goal, Desert Hills escaped with the region victory. Vincent Enfield recorded the shutout.

Desert Hills Shutout—Vincent Enfield

Dixie 1, Pine View 0 (OT)

After a scoreless 80 minutes of play, Alex Green buried the golden goal in the first period of extra time to lift Dixie to a region victory. Tristan Cowles recorded the shutout.

Dixie—Alex Green 1. Shutout—Tristan Cowles


Box Elder 4, Bear River 0

Box Elder scored a pair of goals in each half, as the home team coasted to its first win of the season. Isaac Herbert and Shad Mortensen split the shutout between the posts.

Box Elder—Connor Olsen 1, Corbin Arbeseth 1, Zanner Cutler 1, Eduardo Macias 1.

Brighton 3, Fremont 0

Brighton scored got off to a good start with two first-half goals by Matthew Coffey and it never looked back. Connor Fordham added the Bengals' third goal, while Bengals goalkeeper Kolton Savage preserved the shutout.

Brighton—Matthew Coffey 2, Connor Fordham 1. Shutout—Kolton Savage



Bonneville 6, Roy 3

Bonneville rallied for six runs in the final three innings of the region matchup, with Andy Hancock sending a home run out of the park.

WP - Andy Hancock. LP - Abby Kennedy. HR - Makayla Sanchez(R), Andy Hancock(B)


Canyon View 4, Pine View 2