KANAB 16, ENTERPRISE 6: Kanab scored at least one run in all five innings as it easily defeated Enterprise. Luke Crosby and Chase Adams each had a home run for the Cowboys while Adams also picked up the victory on the mound.
ST. JOSEPH 8, WENDOVER 0: David Donlevy and Mitch Koehler formed a two-pronged attack for St. Joseph as they each recorded a hat trick, scoring four and three goals, respectively. Garret Bina earned the shutout in the goal for the Jayhawks.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 2, WATERFORD 0: Ryan Hurley scored a last-second goal in the first half for the Bears.
EAST 13, WOODS CROSS 3: Three Leopards slugged home runs as Angelique Lokeni earned the win and hit a double.
MILLARD 8, PAROWAN 6: Trailing by one going into the bottom of the fourth inning, Millard scored three runs to take a lead that they would not give back. Megan Kesler hit a double for the Eagles while teammate Meagan Dearden was the winning pitcher.
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