High school sports: Tuesday's roundup

Published: Tuesday, May 14 2013 11:50 p.m. MDT

American Fork's Riley Ottesen pitches as Alta High School plays American Fork High School in the first round of the 5A state baseball tournament Tuesday, May 14, 2013, in Sandy.

Tom Smart, Deseret News

Baseball

4A FIRST ROUND

WESTLAKE 5, BOUNTIFUL 4: The Thunder came alive in the bottom of the seventh, scoring four runs to force an extra inning. Jake Mayer scored the winning run on Brycson Christensen's base hit.

SALEM HILLS 10, ROY 7: Taylor Snyder smacked a three-run homer to break the tie in the sixth inning, and Salem Hills held on to take the first round victory. Snyder finished with five RBIs on the night.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 3, LOGAN 2: Hayden Young finished the game 2-for-2 with a home run and three RBIs, and all five of Mountain View's hits came from the first three batters in the line-up.

CYPRUS 8, OLYMPUS 0: Travis Peterson went 3-for-3 Tuesday afternoon, and finished with a pair of doubles and three RBIs to lead Cyprus to a shutout victory at home.

TIMPANOGOS 6, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Ryan Morin finished the game 3-for-3 with a double, as Timpanogos blanked Mountain Crest in the first round of the 4A playoffs. Mitchell Cloward fanned six batters in the win.

WOODS CROSS 8, PROVO 6: It was a shootout at Woods Cross, with both teams combining for eight runs in the first innings. The Wildcats would outhit Provo 14-5 in the first round playoff victory.

MURRAY 9, CLEARFIELD 3: Bo Shipley finished the game 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, and Cam Howe struck out seven Clearfield batters to lead Murray to the win at home.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 8, SKY VIEW 3: Kade Poulsen's double broke a 2-2 tie as part of the Golden Eagles' four-run fifth inning.

5A FIRST ROUND

AMERICAN FORK 6, ALTA 4: American Fork's Riley Ottesen struck out nine batters and the defending champions survived a sixth inning rally to advance to the second round.

SYRACUSE 5, KEARNS 0: Jason Jourdan fanned nine Kearns batters, and only gave up four hit to lead Syracuse to the first round playoff victory.

TAYLORSVILLE 7, FREMONT 6: Taylorsville struck late, rallying for six runs in the sixth inning to steal the first round playoff victory over Fremont.

BINGHAM 6, COTTONWOOD 3: After Cottonwood grabbed the 3-1 lead in the top of the fourth inning, Bingham responded with five unanswered runs to finish the game strong.

DAVIS 10, WEST 7: Gage Cook smacked a pair of doubles, and Davis crept past West in the first round of the 5A Playoffs. Conner Blaisdell and Kody Day each hit a triple in the Darts' win.

RIVERTON 8, COPPER HILLS 7: Riverton's Sam Christensen produced the game-winning hit in the bottom of the eighth inning.

PLEASANT GROVE 6, JORDAN 5: Pleasant Grove opened the game with a four-run first inning, and were able to hold off Jordan for the first round playoff victory.

LAYTON 3, VIEWMONT 0: Dexter Paiz had three hits Tuesday afternoon, and Layton scored all three runs in the sixth inning of the first round playoff victory.

Boys soccer

BINGHAM 3, ALTA 2: Bingham's Daniel Blanchard scored the golden goal less than two minutes into overtime.

LAYTON 4, WEST 3:

HUNTER 3, NORTHRIDGE 2: Hunter's Nathan Gray scored the winning goal in the 76th minute.

COPPER HILLS 1, LONE PEAK 0: Alex Higuera scored the lone goal for Copper Hills in the first half, and Keaton Gallegos preserved the shutout to help the Grizzlies advance in the 5A playoffs.

VIEWMONT 2, FREMONT 0: Porter May registered the shutout for the Vikings.

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