TAYLORSVILLE 9, RICHFIELD 0: Taylorsville netted six goals in the first half and cruised the rest of the way. Jaden Brewer scored a hat trick for the Warriors in the win.
SPRINGVILLE 1, TIMPANOGOS 0: Justin Botcherby notched the lone goal of the game to lift Springville over the Timberwolves at home.
MERIT ACADEMY 12, TELOS 0: Merit Academy erupted for 10 goals in the second half for the shutout victory at home. Hootie Hennessy scored four goals in the win.
BOX ELDER 8, BONNEVILLE 2: The Bees' defense played a strong game and the offense recorded four runs in two different innings for the region win. Kylie Allen and Kylie Jeffs each hit doubles while Abigayle Martin earned the win in the circle.
WOODS CROSS 20, KEARNS 4: Woods Cross scored 19 of its 20 runs in the first two innings and racked up 17 hits while committing only one error to cruise to the win.
CYPRUS 19, HIGHLAND 4: Brooklyn Butcher had an inside-the-park home run while Gracie Castelan contributed two doubles, Brittany Parry had a double, and Celeste Castelan and Hannah Henson each hit triples to lead the Pirates in the one-sided win.
EAST 3, BOUNTIFUL 1: Michelle Thomas was solid in the pitching circle and the Leopards scored a single run in three different innings to clinch the win in the low-scoring game at Bountiful.
TIMPANOGOS 15, SKYLINE 4: Marggie Glenn hit two homers and a double and drove in seven runs to lead the Timberwolves in the shortened game.
MURRAY 13, CORNER CANYON 3: Maddie Fritsch was 3 for 4 from the plate with a double and a home run to lead the Spartans in the home win.
CARBON 17, RICHFIELD 6: Desire Lance and Lauren Rice each blasted homers, and the Dinos plated nine runs in the fifth inning alone to lead Carbon in the home win.
ALTAMONT 16, ROCKWELL 1
RIVERTON 5, COPPER HILLS 2
SOUTH SUMMIT 6, UNION 3
OREM 16, WESTLAKE 8
UINTAH 3, LONE PEAK 1: Uintah rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh inning to escape with the narrow road victory over Lone Peak. Kylie Stringer picked up the win in the circle while Drew Smuin smacked a double and a triple in the win.
SKY VIEW 4, BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 0: Sky View scored three of its four runs in the fifth and sixth innings to edge Bear Lake, Idaho. Dakota Green picked up the win in the circle.
JUAN DIEGO 5, HUNTER 3: Kaylee Walker hit a walk-off double to send three runs across home plate in the bottom of the seventh inning.
PLEASANT GROVE 18, BRIGHTON 3: Pleasant Grove rallied for 12 runs in the second inning to cruise past Brighton at home.
SOUTH SEVIER 12, BEAVER 2: Sami Lindgren roped two doubles and pitched the win for the Rams.
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