LAYTON 4, FREMONT 2: Layton scored three of its four runs in the first two innings to edge Fremont at home. Brady Jewell smacked a double for the Lancers in the win.
DAVIS 13, VIEWMONT 1: Davis scored 10 runs in the second and fourth innings and racked up 13 hits to cruise past Viewmont at home. Conner Blaisdell picked up the win on the mound and roped a double while Ethan Hansen hit a triple to power the Darts past the Vikings.
PINE VIEW 10, HURRICANE 0
STANSBURY 11, BEN LOMOND 0: The Stallions scored 11 runs off 11 hits in the Region 11 shutout win over Ben Lomond.
BEAR RIVER 4, TOOELE 3: Bear River’s Hayden Smoot hit two doubles in its narrow win against the Tooele.
NORTH SEVIER 13, SOUTH SEVIER 9: Fisher Andersen pitched the win and was 5-for-5 from the plate in the region victory over South Sevier.
GUNNISON 14, ROWLAND HALL 7: Mason Powell picked up the win on the mound in the region victory over Rowland Hall.
MANTI 10, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: TJ Pogroszewski struck out 10 batters and roped a triple in the win over American Leadership.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 14, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2
CLEARFIELD 10, NORTHRIDGE 7: The Falcons had a strong third inning as they scored seven out of their 10 runs. Blake Barber, from Clearfield, hit a home run in the win against the Knights.
JUAN DIEGO 7, CORNER CANYON 2: Juan Diego picked up the win over Corner Canyon.
GRANTSVILLE 4, MORGAN 3: Grantsville scored all of its runs in the third and fifth innings and held off a late Morgan rally to pick up the narrow win. Wyatt Barrus picked up the win on the mound and hit a homer to power Grantsville in the win.
WASATCH 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 4: Wasatch scored five runs in the second and third innings and held off Mountain View the rest of the way to ensure the victory in the Orem Tiger Baseball Classic. Makord Larsen pitched the win and hit a double to lead Wasatch.
OREM 4, TIMPANOGOS 0: The Tigers scored three runs in the fourth inning to secure the win over Timpanogos.
SKY VIEW 15, TIMPVIEW 1
PARK CITY 8, JUAB 3: Blake Morin earned the win on the mound in the victory over Juab.
LEHI 11, HILLCREST 10: After a hard fought battle, the Pioneers were able to edge the Huskies at home. Morgan Soper smacked a triple in the victory while Ryan Barnes earned the win on the mound.
BRIGHTON 9, OLYMPUS 3: The Bengals secured the home win over Olympus. In the loss, Zac Affleck earned two RBIs and hit a home run.
WEST JORDAN 6, BONNEVILLE 4: Carson Pulsipher picked up the win on the mound in the victory over Bonneville.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 10, NORTH SANPETE 7: Tanner Riley hit a double and a triple for the Bulldogs in the win over North Sanpete.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 5, MURRAY 0: Tyler Young blanked Murray to run his record to 4-0 as the Golden Eagles improved to 8-2 this preseason.
COPPER HILLS 12, WEST 2: The Grizzlies posted eight runs in the final two frames to blow past West.
TAYLORSVILLE 11, LONE PEAK 2
MANTI 8, EMERY 0: Juan Frutos led the Templars with a hat trick in the win.
VIEWMONT 1, DAVIS 0: Lucas Cawley assisted the lone goal five minutes into overtime as the Vikings won the overtime region matchup.
FREMONT 5, SYRACUSE 0
HERRIMAN 1, WESTLAKE 0: Aaron Augat scored the golden goal in the shutout overtime win over Westlake on the road.
LEHI 2, PLEASANT GROVE 1: The Pioneers remained unbeaten.
SKYLINE 2, CORNER CANYON 0: Mitch Parker and William Desantis both had assists for the Eagles in the shutout.
SALEM HILLS 5, SPANISH FORK 1: Tanner Simmons netted two goals for the Skyhawks in the region victory over Spanish Fork.
SNOW CANYON 3, CANYON VIEW 3: With both teams scoring three goals in regulation, and none in the two overtime periods, Snow Canyon and Canyon View ended in a 3-3 draw.
PINE VIEW 3, HURRICANE 1: Daniel Arellano found the back of the net twice in the tough match against Hurricane.
GRANTSVILLE 6, TOOELE 4: Gavin Holt led the Cowboys with a hat trick in the region win over Tooele.
NORTH SANPETE 3, JUAB 1: Salvador Soto led the Hawks with two scores in the win.
OLYMPUS 2, GRANGER 0: Olympus netted two goals in the second half to pick up the win against Granger. Kyle Allred recorded the shutout between the posts for the Titans.
BRIGHTON 1, WEST 0: Hayden Smedley scored the golden goal to help Brighton escape with the narrow home victory over West.
TAYLORSVILLE 2, JORDAN 1:
RIVERTON 3, WEST JORDAN 1: Riverton netted two goals in the second half to pick up the victory over West Jordan. Brett Smith, Reed Dudley and Micah Hammond all found the back of the net in the win, while Alexiz Beiza scored the lone goal for the Jaguars in the loss.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 2, HILLCREST 1: Parker Hedrick knocked in the golden goal to propel Mountain View over Hillcrest on the road.
WEBER 1, COPPER HILLS 0: Colby Huerta found the back of the net in the 70th minute to propel Weber over Copper Hills.
BINGHAM 0, MURRAY 0: A very fast-paced game led to a double-overtime draw. Keepers Mark Stanley for Bingham and Tanner Critchfield for Murray came up big down the stretch with many key saves for their teams.
LAYTON 6, VIEWMONT 4: The Lancers defeated Viewmont in region play. In the loss, Caitlyn Larsen hit a double and a home run.
SYRACUSE 12, WEBER 2: The Titans scored 12 runs off 13 hits to defeat Weber in the Region 1 matchup. Bailley Carter contributed a home run for Syracuse, while Alex Valencia earned the win on the mound.
FREMONT 17, NORTHRIDGE 6: Fremont rallied for 14 runs in the fifth and sixth innings to blow past Northridge on the road. Bailey Pierce smacked two homers, while Ryley Ball also went yard and roped a double in the win.
BONNEVILLE 9, SKY VIEW 3: Andrea Hancock hit a double, a home run, and earned the win on the mound in the Lakers win over Sky View.
BOUNTIFUL 6, WOODS CROSS 4: Mckenna Alley pitched the win for the Braves. In the loss, Hayden Flygare and Hanalee Robinson each roped a home run.
EAST 11, CLEARFIELD 10: Down five heading into the final inning, Kuea Angilau started off the bottom of the seventh with a homer, and Laina Suesue roped a walk-off home run to help East rally and edge Clearfield in the back-and-forth affair. Alexis Moeaki also went yard for the Leopards, while Michelle Thomas picked up the win in the circle.
CYPRUS 4, KEARNS 2: Cyprus scored all of its runs in the fourth and fifth innings to knock off Kearns at home. Sydney Empey pitched the win from the circle.
CORNER CANYON 6, SKYLINE 2: The Chargers broke the game open in the fifth inning to secure the region win over Skyline.
OLYMPUS 8, OREM 4
MURRAY 14, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Murray rallied for seven runs in the third inning and racked up 12 hits, five of which went for extra bases, to blow past Mountain View. Vanessa Brambila picked up the win from the circle and roped a double to lead the Lady Spartans in the win.
SPRINGVILLE 7, WASATCH 0: Kaycie Jensen smacked a double and pitched the win from the circle, fanning 16 batters in the process. Kristy Snyder went 3-for-4 from the plate, hitting a double and a home run, and had two RBIs in the Red Devils victory over Wasatch.
SNOW CANYON 5, CANYON VIEW 3: Heather Prestwich pitched the win while Madison Mooring smacked a triple and Lauren Smith roped a double to power Snow Canyon past Canyon View. Jaycee Slack went yard in the narrow loss.
PINE VIEW 12, HURRICANE 2: Addison Horspool roped a double and picked up the win in the circle in the region victory over Hurricane.
NORTH SANPETE 7, CARBON 0: Taylor Gordon hit a double, two home runs, and had six RBIs for the Hawks in the region victory over Carbon. Emily Taylor earned the shutout on the mound, allowing only one hit in the seventh inning.
MILLARD 18, MILFORD 0: The Eagles scored 18 runs in just three innings to secure the region win over Milford.
ENTERPRISE 18, KANAB 3
DELTA 18, BEAVER 7: Sinead Alldredge pitched the win on the mound in the Region 13 victory over Beaver.
EMERY 9, GRAND 5: Emery secured the region win over Grand.
SOUTH SEVIER 11, NORTH SEVIER 1
MANTI 20, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0
GUNNISON 14, SUMMIT ACADEMY 0: Gunnison jumped out to an early lead and scored 14 runs in the first two innings to cruise past Summit Academy. Sadee Sorensen pitched the win for the Lady Bulldogs, while Braylie Peterson roped a triple.
TOOELE 14, LEHI 4: Tooele racked up 12 hits and scored 10 runs in the first and third innings to blow past Lehi on the road. Alysia Roybal, Sierrah Anderson and Whitnie Touhuni combined for four home runs to power Tooele in the win. Kaitlyn Oberg also cleared the fence in the loss.
GRANTSVILLE 11, COPPER HILLS 1: Kolbi Joneno smacked two home runs for the Cowboys while Sydney Barney added another in the win. Whitney Fields pitched the win as Grantsville defeated Copper Hills at home.
ALTA 7, JUAN DIEGO 2: Alta scored six runs in the fifth and sixth innings to pick up the win over Juan Diego. Lily Ertman, Abbie Thompson and Karsten Williams all smacked doubles in the win for the Lady Hawks.
ROY 16, OGDEN 1: Kylee Blau hit a home run and a walk-off grand slam for the Royals, while teammate WyLee Fielding earned four RBIs.
LONE PEAK 13, BRIGHTON 4: Kelsey Bingham homered and doubled to lead Lone Peak to the nonregion victory over Brighton.
STANSBURY 9, HUNTER 0: The Stallions cruised to the shutout road win over Hunter.
PROVO 18, JORDAN 3: Provo did all of its damage in the first three innings to pick up the dismantling victory over Jordan. Eleanor Talia ripped two doubles, while Emily Allman earned the win on the mound. Teuila Malo went yard for the Lady Beetdiggers in the loss.
WEST JORDAN 16, WESTLAKE 9
COTTONWOOD 2, MORGAN 1: The Colts were finally able to score two runs in the final inning to edge the Trojans. Katie Lujan picked up the win on the mound and had two RBIs for Cottonwood.
PAROWAN 21, VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 2
PAROWAN 27, VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 7
TAYLORSVILLE 21, PARK CITY 0: The Warriors jumped out to an early lead, scoring 21 runs in two innings, to pick up the dismantling victory over Park City. Five players smacked doubles for Taylorsville, including Asenaca Lesuma who also earned the win in the circle.
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