Matt Gade, Deseret News
LONE PEAK 8, WESTLAKE 6: After giving up six runs in the first two innings, Lone Peak's Tyler Thompson pitched five shutout innings, and the Knights racked up 12 hits to slip past the Thunder. Tate Hansen came up big with a base-clearing triple, and finished with three RBIs in the victory.
RIVERTON 6, LEHI 4: Riverton scored four runs in the first two innings to pick up the home win against Lehi. Joe Barlow and Trevor Peterson each tripled, while Mason Cook picked up the win on the mound.
AMERICAN FORK 11, HERRIMAN 3:
BOX ELDER 8, LOGAN 3: Box Elder scored four runs in the first two innings and cruised the rest of the way to knock off Logan. Jayk Brooks ripped two doubles while DJ Larsen struck out six batters and picked up the win on the mound.
BONNEVILLE 2, SKY VIEW 1: Mitch Westmoreland pitched a complete game, as the Lakers edged the Bobcats. Kacey Gundick hit the walk-off single in the final inning.
KEARNS 11, EAST 1: Aaron Bass smacked two doubles, and Kearns racked up 19 hits as a team in its double-digit victory over East. Bailey Floyd earned the win on the mound for the Cougars.
WASATCH 10, TIMPVIEW 0: Tag Baxter only allowed two hits off of the mound and also contributed a triple in the shutout win over Timpview.
CEDAR 8, CANYON VIEW 0: Ryker Tom hit a two-run homer in the first inning to give Cedar the lead in the Region 9 match-up. Brecken Lewis pitched the win in the shutout, and Dallas Jolley finished 3-for-4 from the plate.
GRANTSVILLE 9, TOOELE 0: Grantsville scored seven runs in the fifth and sixth innings, while Dillon Hutchins pitched his second complete-game shutout of the week to help the Cowboys get the win over Tooele. Wyatt Barrus and Matthew Garrard each hit two doubles in the win.
BEAR RIVER 8, STANSBURY 7: Bear River scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to knock off Stansbury. Hayden Woodward knocked one out of the park, while Hunter Porritt picked up the win on the mound to power the Bears.
ENTERPRISE 16, MILFORD 5: Enterprise scored 16 runs on 16 hits in its dismantling victory over Milford. Chandler Bowler earned the win on the mound.
KANAB 6, DIAMOND RANCH 1: Taylor Glover hit a triple in the lopsided win over Diamond Ranch.
NORTH SEVIER 7, GRAND 5: North Sevier scored six runs in the fifth inning to slip past Grand in the first game of a double-header. Trevor Okerlund tripled and Tyrel Williams pitched the win for the Wolves.
GRAND 6, NORTH SEVIER 3: Grand rallied for four runs in the bottom of the third to split the double-header with North Sevier. Kyler Nelson pitched the win for the Red Devils.
SOUTH SEVIER 7, NORTH SANPETE 5: The Rams defeated North Sanpete on the road.
BINGHAM 10, JUAN DIEGO 1: Austin Florez smacked a home run and pitched the win from the mound, as the Miners routed Juan Diego on the road.
CARBON 10, UNION 3: Dillon Lowe hit two doubles in the blowout win over Union.
PIEDRA VISTA, N.M. 12, MILLARD 7: Millard found itself behind after giving up eight runs, and finished the night with eight errors in the loss. Erick Alcala finished 4-for-4 at the plate, while teammates Alex Weidauer and TJ Stevens hit doubles.
MAESER PREP 2, SUMMIT ACADEMY 1: Calvin Lim and Michael Knudsen each found the back of the net to help lift Maeser Prep over Summit Acadmey. Austin Farr scored the lone goal for the Bears in the loss.
WATERFORD 3, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Sean Keough notched two goals, while Jesse Sindelar assisted another score from Jake Wilburn to help Waterford blank Layton Christian Academy. Ross Merrell recorded the shutout between the posts.
PLEASANT GROVE 4, HERRIMAN 2: Nate Spencer led Pleasant Grove with a pair of goals, as the visitors took advantage of turnovers to defeat Herriman on the road.
RIVERTON 3, AMERICAN FORK 1: Brett Smith led the Silverwolves with two goals in the Region 4 victory.
OGDEN 4, BONNEVILLE 2: Jaxon Clarke notched two goals and an assist to help Ogden outlast Bonneville in the region matchup.
MURRAY 4, CORNER CANYON 0: Murray dominated the game in the midfield to take a solid region victory over Corner Canyon. Logan Ulibarry managed to net a pair of goals for the Spartans. Tanner Critchfield recorded the shutout.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 1, OREM 0: James Pena took a pass from Jerry Cota, and buried it in the back of the net to propel Mountain View over Orem. Cade Jolley earned the shutout between the posts for the Bruins.
DESERT HILLS 1, CANYON VIEW 0: Desert Hills benefited from an own goal from Canyon View, and were able to hold defensively to pick up the narrow region victory on the road.
JUAN DIEGO 3, MORGAN 1: Juan Diego netted three goals in the second half to top Morgan at home. Three different players scored for the Soaring Eagle, while Andrew Montoya dished out two assists in the win.
BEN LOMOND 3, PAYSON 2: Ben Lomond defeated Payson at home.
LONE PEAK 15, AMERICAN FORK 13: Tied going into the bottom of the seventh, Lone Peak crossed two runs to edge American Fork in the Region 4 match-up. Courtney Dent contributed two doubles for the Knights, and Megan Stapley pitched the win from the circle.
LEHI 11, PLEASANT GROVE 2: Lehi took a commanding lead in the fourth inning, taking a 11-2 lead after thee strong innings. Terra Tahbo hit two doubles in the Pioneers victory.
SALEM HILLS 10, TIMPVIEW 1: Kirtlyn Bohling struck out 16 Timpview batters, while giving up just three hits to lead Salem Hills past Timpview on the road.
DIXIE 3, SNOW CANYON 2: Dixie rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to escape with the narrow victory over Snow Canyon. Summer Simkins picked up the win in the circle for the home team.
CANYON VIEW 12, DESERT HILLS 1: Kaitlyn DeLange was 3-for-3 from the plate, hitting a double and triple for the Falcons in the comfortable victory over Desert Hills.
CEDAR 8, PINE VIEW 2:
PAYSON 15, RICHFIELD 0: Payson shut down Richfield in three innings by scoring 15 runs on 16 hits. McKensie Simons knocked out a homerun.
ENTERPRISE 15, MILFORD 0: Dakota Robinson pitched a perfect game and went yard in three innings of play, as Enterprise scored 15 runs in the first two innings to blow past Milford at home. McKenzy Huntsman and Darbye Moyle also smacked triples to help power the Lady Wolves in the win.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 12, SUMMIT ACADEMY 4: Sadie Helper pitched a complete-game, giving up just four hits and one earned run to lead ALA past Summit Academy.
COPPER HILLS 6, SPANISH FORK 0: Copper Hills rallied for four runs in the top of the third, and held on the rest of the way to knock off Spanish Fork on the road. Payten Davies pitched the win for the Grizzlies, while Cheyenne Pratt doubled in the loss.
GRANTSVILLE 11, CORNER CANYON 1: Grantsville jumped out to an early lead, and cruised the rest of the way to pick up the victory over Corner Canyon. Sydney Barney pitched the win for the home team.
OLYMPUS 2, UNION 1: Tina Ford finished the game 3-for-3 at the plate, and gave Olympus the to the go ahead run in its first victory on the their brand new field.
JUAN DIEGO 16, JORDAN 6: Kaylee Walker threw five strikeouts in the blowout win over Jordan.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 11, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Carly Guyman fanned nine Mountain View batters, and also found success at the plate with a double and a triple to help lead Maple Mountain past the Lady Bruins.
CYPRUS 13, HILLCREST 4: Brittany Parry sent on out of the park for Cyprus, and Hannah Henson smacked a double to help the home team past Hillcrest. Sydney Empey pitched the win in the circle for the Pirates.
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