BEAR RIVER 11, TOOELE 4: Jordan Theurer was a home run shy of hitting the cycle and helped Bear River claw past Tooele with five RBIs.
PAYSON 14, NORTH SANPETE 3: Four different players hit home runs — Shaylee Larsen, Taysia Roberts, Makenzie Simons, and Savannah Tew — to lead the Lions in the lop-sided victory.
SPANISH FORK 16, JUAB 0: Ashlee Gordon pitched a no-hitter for Spanish Fork in the region win over Juab. McKinley Brinkerhoff, Paige Christiansen, Brooke Davis, and Dani Perkins each contributed a double to the Dons' 12 hits.
RICHFIELD 6, GRAND 3: The Wildcats doubled up the Red Devils.
GRAND 11, RICHFIELD 9: The Red Devils split a doubleheader.
SAN JUAN 19, EMERY 5: Justin Hutchins hit two home runs, Brooke Lyman hit one home run, and Tatianna Sue Sue, along with earning credit for the win on the mound, also hit a home run in the San Juan win against Emery.
NORTH SEVIER 22, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Kaylie Yardley led the Wolves in the rout.
MANTI 4, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3: Takisha McFarlane smacked a home run for Manti in the region victory over American Leadership. Elizabeth Palmer picked up the win on the mound for the Templars.
NORTH SEVIER 18, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Cydney Johnson and Keaten Mickelsen slugged homers for the Wolves.
WESTLAKE 9, MOUNTAIN VIEW 7: Courtney Bigelow slugged a homer as the Thunder posted seven runs in the third inning.
TIMPANOGOS 9, COTTONWOOD 6: Timpanogos had 12 hits and was able to secure the victory over Cottonwood. In the loss, Kelsey Merkey contributed a home run for the Colts.
MILLARD 20, MILFORD 1: Millard got off to an early lead with 11 runs in the first inning, and went on to score nine runs in the third inning to end the game. Cheryl Stephenson contributed three doubles to her team's 12 hits. Meagan Dearden, earning credit for the win on the mound, also hit two home runs, including a grand slam.
DELTA 11, CARBON 10: Delta overcame a four-run deficit behind Alyssa Johnson and Bailie Taylor on the road.
SKY VIEW 10, BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 6: Dakota Green earned with win from the circle as Sky View defeated visiting Bear Lake.
CANYON VIEW 8, DURANGO, NEV. 4: The Falcons used a five-hit first inning to jump out to an early lead and grab the win against their out-of-state foe.
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