Matt Gade, Deseret News
HUNTER 31, COPPER HILLS 14: Hunter jumped out of the gates and took an early 25-point lead at the break to cruise past Copper Hills. Joseph Tiatia ran for 143 yards and got into the end zone three times to power the Wolverines.
WATERFORD 1, SUMMIT ACADEMY 0: Caroline Coats chipped in the lone goal of the match in the second half to help lift Waterford over Summit Academy. Lauren Groathouse earned the shutout between the posts.
ROWLAND HALL 4, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Rowland Hall found the back of the net twice in each half to pick up the region win over Layton Christian. Nicole Wozniak and Sophia Yevuro split the shutout between the posts for the Winged Lion.
PAROWAN 4, SOUTH SEVIER 2: Sophomore Shalies Frandsen scored all four goals for the Rams while Elisa Lozano had an assist.
WEST 5, TAYLORSVILLE 0: Five different players scored goals to balance West's scoring attack in its shutout victory over Taylorsville. Rachel Ainsworth earned the shutout between the posts.
HILLCREST 2, HUNTER 1: Hillcrest's two early goals helped the Huskies outlast Hunter in region play. Skye Jeffries and Halah Khan each drove in goals for the home team.
JORDAN 3, BINGHAM 2: Kyra Radcliffe found Jacqueline Williams to put the Beetdiggers on the board, then Tori Smith found twine to knot the match at 2-2. An own goal in double overtime off a corner kick lifted Jordan.
HERRIMAN 4, PLEASANT GROVE 3: Herriman found the back of the net four times in the second half to pull off the comeback victory over Pleasant Grove. Darian McCloy drove in the game-winning goal for the Mustangs.
AMERICAN FORK 3, RIVERTON 2: American Fork was able to find the back of the net in the second overtime to help the Cavemen prevail in the hard-fought battle. T.J. Thompson set the pace with two goals.
SKY VIEW 1, LOGAN 0: Sky View's Sammy Guadarama scored the lone goal in the 11th minute.
BONNEVILLE 2, OGDEN 1: Ellee Hall scored with five minutes left to lift the Lakers.
EAST 5, WOODS CROSS 1: Five different players scored for the Leopards, who took advantage of a number of favorable bounces to get a lopsided win in a game that was played close. Anna Papadopolous and Claire Thomas each notched first half goals to give East the early lead.
MURRAY 3, OLYMPUS 1: Facing a 1-1 draw at the break, Murray came out and notched two goals in the second half while holding Olympus scoreless to earn the win. Katie Baldez led the way for the Spartans with two scores.
SKYLINE 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Skyline found twine in the first and second half to escape with the narrow road victory over Mountain View. Hillary Weixler earned the shutout for the visiting team.
WASATCH 2, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1: Wasatch's two early goals helped the Wasps edge Maple Mountain in the hard-fought battle. Emily Benson and Sadie Sweat each found the twine, while Maddy Hill paced the home team on the defensive end.
SPANISH FORK 3, SALEM HILLS 2: Spanish Fork stormed back and chipped in a goal in overtime to defeat region foe Salem Hils. McKinley Brinkerhoff scored two goals, one of which was the golden goal, to help lift the Dons.
TIMPVIEW 0, SPRINGVILLE 0: Springville finished with 33 shots on goal compared to Timpview's 25, but neither team could muster one past the 'keepers, ending the game in a tie.
PINE VIEW 2, HURRICANE 1: Kayla Hammond provided both goals for the Panthers.
CEDAR 2, SNOW CANYON 1: Cedar freshman Holly Carpenter had both assists in the narrow win.
DIXIE 4, CANYON VIEW 0: Elle Roberts produced half of the Flyers' scoring output in the shutout.
PROVO 6, UNION 0: Provo netted six goals to pick up the lopsided victory over Union. Kristina Otterstrom led the way for the Bulldogs with a hat trick.
RICHFIELD 3, BEAVER 1: Facing a 1-1 tie at halftime, Richfield's Maren Kurud notched two of her three goals in the second half while the Wildcats held Beaver scoreless to earn the victory.
SPRINGVILLE DEF. SPANISH FORK 25-22, 25-23, 25-23: Springville hit soundly all night and Jacque Kass recorded six kills in the win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN DEF. WASATCH 25-17, 25-14, 25-16: Maple Mountain blew past Wasatch in three straight sets to earn the road victory.
SNOW CANYON DEF. PINE VIEW 25-15, 25-7, 25-7: Crash Parker finished with 13 kills and five assists while Jordan Jines added 10 kills in Snow Canyon's win.
BEAVER DEF. PAROWAN 25-19, 26-24, 25-18: Beaver escaped with the region victory over Parowan in three straight sets. McKenzie Pollman had 38 kills, MaCail Wood added 20 kills and freshman Jacoy Christensen finished with 12 digs to power the Beavers.
BRIGHTON DEF. PARK CITY 21-25, 25-21, 25-14, 26-24: Brighton's Lyndie Mitchell had 26 digs and Dani Barton added 11 kills to help the Bengals overcome losing the first set, and ultimately winning three straight.
BEN LOMOND DEF. ROWLAND HALL 25-21, 23-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-12: Ben Lomond and Rowland Hall traded sets in a back and forth affair before the Scots pulled out the victory on the road. Marissa Eng had 20 kills, 24 digs and three aces in the loss.
ST. JOSEPH DEF. WATERFORD 25-13, 25-11, 25-9: Britt Sederholm and Jessie Bischoff combined for 26 kills, nine digs and three aces in the sweep for St. Joseph.
WENDOVER DEF. PINNACLE 25-16, 21-25, 25-20, 26-24: Wendover cruised to victory past Pinnacle as it won three of the first four sets.
SOUTH SEVIER DEF. MANTI 25-10, 25-16, 25-21: South Sevier picked up the win in straight sets.
STANSBURY DEF. HILLCREST 25-15, 25-22, 25-18: Tiffany Robbins led the way in the three set sweep for Stansbury.
ENTERPRISE DEF. MILLARD 25-13, 25-16, 25-14: Riley Lyman had 13 kills, six digs and four blocks while Dakota Robinson added seven kills, six digs and 19 service points in the win for Enterprise.
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