High school sports: Monday's roundup

Published: Tuesday, April 23 2013 8:40 a.m. MDT

Baseball

REGION 10

PARK CITY 8, JUAN DIEGO 6: Park City scored eight runs on 10 hits in the close win over Juan Diego. Tim Leary and T.J. Mayo each hits doubles.

REGION 13

MILLARD 10, ENTERPRISE 1: Erick Alcala went 3-for-4 with three RBIs in the blowout win over Enterprise. Kyle Stevens only allowed one run in the game.

NONREGION

SOUTH SUMMIT 14, BEN LOMOND 2: South Summit's C.J. Dinenno hit two doubles in the blowout win over Ben Lomond.

Boys soccer

2A CENTRAL

SOUTH SUMMIT 5, WENDOVER 1: South Summit's Quinn Zimmerman scored two goals in the blowout win over Wendover.

ST. JOSEPH 1, WATERFORD 0: Ty Evans punched in the solo goal for the Jayhawks in the shutout win.

2A EAST

MANTI 1, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: Alvaro Cardenas scored the solo goal in the shutout win over Wasatch Academy.

Softball

REGION 3

COPPER HILLS 15, JORDAN 0: Copper Hills took a commanding 11-0 run in the first inning to jump start their win. Hayliann Gatten and Skylar Cook each hit doubles. Rashelle North only allowed one hit.

REGION 7

HILLCREST 26, WESTLAKE 15: Hillcrest finished off the game scoring six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to take the win in the high scoring battle over Westlake at home.

REGION 8

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 6, PROVO 5: Maple Mountain's Shaniya Jacobson ripped a 3-run double in the seventh to send the game to extras and then BritLee Anderson scored the game-winning run on an overthrow at third base.

REGION 10

WASATCH 14, PARK CITY 0: Wasatch shut down Park City, scoring their final 12 runs in the seventh and eighth inning. Tori Bills knocked a home run out of the park.

REGION 13

ENTERPRISE 17, MILLARD 0: Enterprise took out Millard in five innings, scoring 17 runs on 10 hits. Darbye Moyle hit a home run. Taylor Phelps also hits two doubles.

NONREGION

BOX ELDER 5, BEAR RIVER 4: Abby Barton and Karly Bunderson each went 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs in the close win over Bear River at home.

SOUTH SUMMIT 14, MORGAN 2: South Summit's scoring streak lasted five innings with 14 runs on 17 hits. Abigail Peterson hits a home run and a double in the win.

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