Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
HIGHLAND 37, MOUNTAIN CREST 7: Jamahl Greer rushed for a pair touchdowns, and threw for another as Highland dominated Mountain Crest to kick off the prep football campaign. The Rams also returned two interceptions for touchdowns Thursday night. Gaje Fergusen's lone TD for Mountain Crest was the only bright spot for the visitors.
MOUNTAIN CREST 4, OGDEN 3: Kanyan Ward notched a hat trick in the road win for the Mustangs.
SKY VIEW 1, ROY 1 (2OT): Katie Stimpson tied the game for the Royals midway through the second half and it held throughout two overtimes.
LOGAN 7, BONNEVILLE 6 (2OT): Becca Godfrey buried a pair of goals for Logan in a game that saw 13 balls in the back of the net. After a 6-6 deadlock, Logan prevailed with a late goal in extra time.
BOUNTIFUL 4, HIGHLAND 1: Three Bountiful goals in the second half buried visiting Highland in the region bout. Emma Sorenson scored the lone goal in the Rams loss.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 4, OLYMPUS 0: Four players found the back of the net for the Bruins in the shutout.
SKYLINE 6, MURRAY 0: Six players found the back of the net for Skyline, which improves to 5-0-0 with the lopsided win at home. Hillary Weixler recorded the shutout for the Eagles.
TIMPVIEW 3, WASATCH 1: The T-Birds gave the Wasps a rude welcoming to Region 8 play as three players scored in the second half. Freshman Katie Cranney scored her first career goal for Wasatch.
SPRINGVILLE 7, SPANISH FORK 0: The Red Devils kept the ball in their possession to post seven goals.
PROVO 2, SALEM HILLS 1 (2OT): Kristina Otterstrom found the back of the net late in the second round of extra time to give Provo the narrow win at home.
SYRACUSE 5, TAYLORSVILLE 0: Kylie Harris netted a hat trick for the home team, and Syracuse never let up in the lopsided victory over Taylorsville. Miranda Kirkman recorded the shutout.
BEAR RIVER 1, COPPER HILLS 0 (2OT): Whitney Wilcox scored the golden goal eight minutes into the second session of overtime for the Bears.
CORNER CANYON 5, WATERFORD 0: Corner Canyon poured in the goals in the nonregion matchup against visiting Waterford, netting five goals while holding the Ravens scoreless. Sam Vawdry recorded the shutout.
PLEASANT GROVE 9, DELTA 1: Morgan Quarenberg bagged four goals, while Ashley McBee added a pair of goals to lead Pleasant Grove to the lopsided win over Delta.
VIEWMONT 3, BINGHAM 0: Three different girls were able to notch goals, as Viewmont delivered a solid result over visiting Bingham. Haley Johnson recorded the shutout.
RIVERTON 4, JUAN DIEGO 0: Mallory Bostic managed to score twice for Riverton, which after a three-goal halftime lead was able to cruise past visiting Juan Diego. Bree Empey recorded the shutout.
BRIGHTON 3, FREMONT 1: Nadia Gomes netted a pair of goals, as Brighton held defensively to earn the win on the road.
MILLARD 8, GUNNISON 0: Millard stormed from the opening whistle, and poured in eight goals to hand Gunnison yet another lopsided match.
JORDAN 2, HILLCREST 0: Jacquline Williams netted the first Jordan goal, and a subsequent Hillcrest own goal just minutes later was the difference in the Beetdiggers victory. Brooklyn Nielsen recorded the shutout.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4, LONE PEAK 1: Four different girls found the back of the net for Maple Mountain, and the visitors found a pair of goals in each half to slip by 5A Lone Peak.
UNION 3, PAYSON 0: Shianna Thompson knocked in two scores for the Cougars.
NORTHRIDGE 3, PARK CITY 1: Northridge gave Park City a lesson from 5A with the 3-1 victory Thursday night. Devon Dunmire scored the lone goal in the Park City loss.
HUNTER 3, WEST JORDAN 1: With a 2-0 lead at half, Hunter slipped past West Jordan thanks in part by two goals for Jarrah Isom. The nonregion victory is the first win for Hunter this season.
CEDAR 9, RICHFIELD 0: Dante Gogisala and Nicole Jenkins combined to score four Cedar goals, and the home side delivered a stunning display of offense in the lopsided win. Shay Bauman recorded the shutout.
LEHI DEF. BRIGHTON 18-25, 25-13, 25-16, 25-18: Cydney Lund had 24 digs, while Ashley Robbins served up six aces to lead Lehi to victory. McKayla Houghton and Rylan Roberts combined for 21 kills.
MORGAN DEF. LAYTON 25-21, 25-18, 23-25, 25-15: Joriy Randall dished out 16 assists and four aces, while Jaden Farr finished with eight aces and eight kills for Morgan.
RIVERTON DEF. JORDAN 25-15, 25-13, 25-20
1. Brighton 279
2, Bingham 284
3. Copper Hills 343
LEHI 3, PLEASANT GROVE 2: First singles — Pleasant Grove 6-0, 6-4; Second singles — Lehi 6-3, 6-3; Third singles — Lehi 6-2, 6-0; First doubles — Pleasant Grove 1-6, 6-3, 7-5; Second doubles — Lehi 6-1, 6-1.
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