TIMPANOGOS 4, CORNER CANYON 0: Timpanogos scored three goals on set pieces, and the T-Wolves improved to 10-1 in region play with just days left to play. Sydney Oldroyd and Carly Nelson split the shutout.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 5, OREM 0: Jadey Pricey and Alecia Robinson each netted a pair of goals, and Mountain View poured on four goals in the second half to talk the region victory. Natalie Hall recorded the shutout.
TIMPVIEW 4, SPANISH FORK 2: Timpview had a 2-0 lead before McKinley Brinkerhoff and Cassidy Crook netted goals for Spanish Fork to tie the game. Treasure Gill and Lindsee broke the tie to give the T-Birds the win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4, PROVO 1: Maple Mountain shook off a 1-0 halftime deficit, netting four goals to give the visitors a big region win. Kennedee Tracy netted a goal to become the all-time leading goal scorer for Maple Mountain. Kristina Otterstrom netted the lone goal for Provo.
SPRINGVILLE 2, SALEM HILLS 1: Anna Bunnell sent home a second half free kick from 30 yards out to give the Red Devils the lead and eventual victory over Salem Hills.
DIXIE 2, DESERT HILLS 1: Tanner Gledhill scored twice to clinch the victory for the Flyers.
CEDAR 4, PINE VIEW 2: Holly Carpenter led the Redman to victory by scoring two goals of her own in the region battle.
PARK CITY 5, MORGAN 1: Park City had goals from a committee of Miners. MaKenzie Bothner, Jessica Dancy, Lexie Polenz, Maggie Reigelsterger, and Cheyenne Turner all scored to get the result. Kazarie Kephart scored the lone Morgan goal.
UINTAH 3, UNION 1: Erin Elder scored twice and Kaycee Christopherson added one of her own to help Uintah pick up the win on the road against Union.
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