DESERT HILLS 2, CANYON VIEW 2: Close, competitive action ends in a tie in a region-play opening game for both squads.
CEDAR 4, HURRICANE 0: Ari Towns registered a hat trick, striking on three goals, to led Cedar to the win.
DIXIE 2, PINE VIEW 1: The Flyers broke through the stingy Pine View defense twice in the second half to secure the win at home.
WEST 2, TOOELE 1: West netted two goals in the first half to escape with the narrow road victory over Tooele. Kenya Russell scored on a penalty kick for the Buffaloes in the loss.
BINGHAM 8, GRANGER 0: Carla Swensen slipped four goals past the Granger defense to lead the Miners to a big victory on the road.
ROWLAND HALL 3, PAYSON 1: Rowland Hall picked up the road win against Payson. In the loss, Cali Jensen scored the lone goal for the Lions.
BRIGHTON 3, RIVERTON 0: The Bengals picked up the road win in the shutout against Riverton.
STANSBURY 2, TAYLORSVILLE 0: Michaela Didericksen and Rachel Prescott each netted goals to lead the Stallions past the Warriors. Natalie Memmott and Amy Despain combined for the shutout between the posts.
RICHFIELD 3, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 1: The Eagles defense was no match for the strong offense showing by Richfield as the Rabbits picked up the win on the road.
SOUTH SEVIER 5, CARBON 1: Shania Young led the Rams offensive onslaught, scoring 3 goals in the win over Carbon.
WEBER DEF. BONNEVILLE 15-25, 22-25, 25-19, 25-22, 15-12: After losing two sets, the Warriors were able to make a comeback and secure the win. Holly Stocker had nine kills, two aces, and 11 digs; Chase Doughty had 16 kills and two blocks; and Whitney Weaver had eight aces.
BOX ELDER DEF. BEAR RIVER 25-17, 25-8, 22-25, 26-24: Box Elder blew past Bear River by snatching three of the four sets and sealing the victory. Mallory Mueller had 15 kills and two blocks, while Karly Dunderson added 15 digs to lead the way for the Bees.
TOOELE DEF. CARBON 23-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-23, 15-7: After going back and forth, the Buffaloes were finally able to secure two consecutive sets to pull out the win over Carbon.
BINGHAM DEF. DAVIS
WEST JORDAN DEF. GRANGER 29-31, 25-17, 25-18, 25-12: After dropping the first game of the match, the West Jordan Jaguars won three straight to pick up the road victory over the Granger Lancers.
GUNNISON DEF. NORTH SEVIER 25-18, 25-7, 25-20: The Wolves put up a big fight in the third game, but it wasn't enough to stop the Bulldogs. The 'Dogs pulled off the big victory in three straight sets.
HERRIMAN DEF. CORNER CANYON 25-12, 25-17, 25-18: Herriman secured the victory over Corner Canyon in three sets.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN DEF. LAYTON CHRISTIAN 25-23, 25-21, 18-25, 22-25, 15-6: After Losing two sets, Intermountain Christian was able to come back and win the match.
LEHI DEF. FREMONT 25-22, 25-17, 24-26, 13-25, 15-10: Lehi turned away a strong comeback attempt from Fremont to hold on and win in five sets.
JUAB DEF. MAESER PREP 25-7, 25-20, 25-18: Juab swept Measer Prep in 3 straight sets to earn the win.
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