LONE PEAK 5, HERRIMAN 2: Chandler Goeckeritz picked up the win on the mound, as Lone Peak managed to earn a fourth consecutive victory.
LEHI 6, AMERICAN FORK 5: Ryan Barnes pitched five scoreless innings in relief for Lehi, as it managed to take the victory in extra frames. Morgan Soper connected on the go-ahead hit in the ninth inning.
SPRINGVILLE 9, SALEM HILLS 5: Willie Childs finished the game 3-for-3 at bat, and also scored three runs to help Springville to the win. Both teams each finished with 10 hits.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 9, WASATCH 3: Jaren Hall led the Maple Mountain hitting attack with two triples, as it beat Wasatch in the region duel.
DESERT HILLS 1, CEDAR 0: Brayson Hurdsmans double in the bottom of the seventh inning scored Wyatt Bendall, giving Desert Hills the victory in a tight game.
SNOW CANYON 15, HURRICANE 0: Brady Sargent cracked a grand slam and a three-run homer while Tyler Wardell hit another grand slam to power the Warriors in the win. Jacob Sargent pitched the one-hit shutout victory for the home team.
UNION 7, MORGAN 3: Brock Timothy pitched a complete game, and tallied six strikeouts to carry Union over Morgan.
MORGAN 8, UNION 4: Morgan used three big innings to top Union in the region battle.
STANSBURY 1, GRANTSVILLE 0: The Stallions Trenton Griffin pitched the shutout against the Cowboys in the region duel. Gage Manzione smacked a double for Stansbury in the win.
BEAVER 6, MILFORD 0: Beaver rallied for five runs in the fourth to blank Milford at home. Tilston Bradshaw pitched the win and smacked a double, while Tyler Hoyt and Jesse McMullin also each doubled to fuel the Beavers.
DIAMOND RANCH 3, DELTA 1: The Diamond Backs picked up the road win over Delta.
MILLARD 19, KANAB 7: Sebastian Garcia smacked a pair of doubles, and four other Millard batters hit a double to help the visitors to a lopsided victory.
EMERY 5, SOUTH SEVIER 3: Emerys Gavin McDermott smacked a triple in their region win against the Rams. Emery got a lead in the third inning, and was able to hold it throughout the remainder of the game.
NORTH SEVIER 14, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: North Sevier exploded for nine runs in a key fourth inning, as it beat Wasatch Academy.
GRAND 10, SAN JUAN 1: Tanner White roped two doubles for the Red Devils in the comfortable victory over San Juan. Koi Cook earned credit for the win on the mound.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 9, MANTI 2: Summit Academy scored eight runs between the fifth and seventh innings to come away with the road win against Manti. Steven Harp ripped a double, while Spencer Fox picked up the win from the mound to lead the Bears.
WASATCH ACADEMY 2, GUNNISON 0: Emrem Tanriover scored two goal, as Wasatch Academy managed to hold Gunnison scoreless for 80 minutes in the region victory.
MANTI 9, NORTH SEVIER 1: Alvaro Cardenas scored a hat trick, and four other players connected on goals to help Manti defeat North Sevier in the lopsided region win.
PAROWAN 5, MILLARD 1: Cody Hartlmaier netted a hat trick for the Rams, while teammate Bryan Byl contributed two assists for Parowan. Dayton Komarek netted the lone goal in the loss for Millard.
INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 5, MOUNT VERNON 4: Jake Phillips found the back of the net three times for ICS, and the home team managed to fend off a four-goal night for Mount Vernon.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 5, WENDOVER 2: Mahonry Chichia bagged five goals for ALA, as it topped Wendover in region play. Cesar Contreras scored both Wendover goals in the loss.
WEST 3, HILLCREST 0: Daren Millo dished out a pair of assists for West in the 3-0 victory at home. Julio Chacon and Ian Miller split the shutout for the Panthers.
ALTA 4, JORDAN 0: Four different Alta players found the back of the net, while Dylan McIllece preserved the shutout in the Hawks region victory over Jordan.
BRIGHTON 7, WEST JORDAN 1: Hayden Smedley buried a pair of goals for Brighton in the blowout victory over West Jordan at home.
BINGHAM 3, COPPER HILLS 0: Daniel Blancher punched in two goals, while Mark Stanley recorded the shutout between the posts to propel Bingham over Copper Hills.
PLEASANT GROVE 2, RIVERTON 1: In a battle of region powerhouses, Pleasant Grove netted the first two goals and were able to hold defensively to knock off Riverton. Nate Spencer and Tanner Danfie each netted goals, while Jesus Rivas and Omar Ortiz each dished out an assist to lead the Vikings.
AMERICAN FORK 3, HERRIMAN 2: Three different players found the back of the net to help American Fork edge Herriman. Zadik Sanchez scored both goals for the Mustangs in the loss.
LEHI 1, LONE PEAK 1: Trailing at halftime, Lone Peak scored the equalizer in the second half and the teams played through two overtimes for the draw.
EAST 1, HIGHLAND 0: With less than a minute left in the second overtime, Hugo Olivera deflected a Highland kick, took it to the other and of the field, and drew a foul for an East free kick. The ensuing shot bounced around before being sent into the net by defender Bernabe Cortez to keep the top-ranked Leopards perfect in Region 6 play.
OREM 3, CORNER CANYON 1: Ethan Blanchard, Matius Castano and Emil Cuello each scored a goal for Orem to hand Corner Canyon a sixth consecutive loss.
TIMPANOGOS 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 2: On a cold and rainy day, Timpanogos scored three goals in the second half to pull away from Mountain View in the region matchup.
SPRINGVILLE 0, WASATCH 0: After the half, a few weather delays forced the refs to call the game and the match ended in a 0-0 draw.
TIMPVIEW 3, SPANISH FORK 1: After a 1-1 stalemate at the half, Timpview poured in a pair of goals in the second half to earn its first region win of the season.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 3, SALEM HILLS 2: The Golden Eagles soared to victory with goals from Sam Krommenhoek, Josh Aram and Andres Garza. Jacob Ence netted both goals for the Skyhawks.
CANYON VIEW 2, DIXIE 1: Daniel Valasco and Dallin Wicker each contributed a goal for the Falcons in the home win over Dixie.
DESERT HILLS 2, HURRICANE 1: Brandon Perry and Hunter Spray each found twine to help Desert Hills edge Hurricane at home.
STANSBURY 8, BEAR RIVER 3
DELTA 9, TOOELE 3: Delta erupted for nine goals to cruise past Tooele on the road. Victor Almanza buried four goals while Ulises Mendoza punched in two more to spark the Rabbits in the win.
RIVERTON 10, LONE PEAK 5: Ashlynn Petersen went 3-for-3 with a triple, while teammate Katelyn Douglas added a double and a triple for the Silverwolves in the victory at home.
AMERICAN FORK 15, PLEASANT GROVE 9
SPANISH FORK 7, SALEM HILLS 0: Bailee Thurgood smacked a pair of doubles, and Kelsey Christensen had 11 strikeouts in the shutout victory for Spanish Fork.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 5, SPRINGVILLE 4: Carly Guyman fanned 13 batters for the Golden Eagles, while Kaycie Jensen struck out nine in the loss.
SNOW CANYON 8, CEDAR 6: Snow Canyon rallied in the third and fourth innings to come away with the win against Cedar. Skylar Gates roped a triple, while Heather Prestwich earned the win from the circle to power the Lady Warriors in the win.
UNION 15, PARK CITY 0: Madison Bostiick fanned nine Park City batters in three innings, as the Lady Cougars blew past the Lady Miners.
UINTAH 10, MORGAN 0: Jaden Lance smacked a triple and a home run, while Kylie Smuin roped two triples to lead Uintah past Morgan. Summer Stensgard also fanned 12 Morgan batters in her shutout win on the mound.
TOOELE 15, BEN LOMOND 0: Lauren Frailey picked up the win on the mound for Tooele, earning a no-hitter in the region victory. Frailey also hit a double in the win.
PAYSON 7, CARBON 1: McKenzie Simons pitched the win on the mound for the Lions in the Region 12 matchup. Cyene Bigelow smacked a home run for the Dinos in the loss.
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BEAVER 15, MILFORD 0: Jacoy Christensen ripped a triple while McKinzie Pollmann doubled in Beaver's dismantling win over Milford. Briann Limb pitched the win for the Beavers.
EMERY 14, SOUTH SEVIER 4: The Spartans Ashton Bell hit a double, a home run, and was the winning pitcher in their win against the Wildcats.
MANTI 17, SUMMIT ACADEMY 0: The Templars were victorious over the Bears with Kali Thomson hitting a home run, as well as being the pitcher in the shutout.