SYRACUSE 5, DAVIS 3: Syracuse used a strong, three-run fourth inning to slip past Davis at home. Kole Tracy smacked a triple and pitched the win to lead the Titans past the Darts.
JORDAN 2, BRIGHTON 1: Morgan Gomez picked up the complete-game victory from the mound, as he fanned 11 Brighton batters and gave up just one run to power the home team. Gomez and Drew Lisk also doubled in the nail-biting victory.
AMERICAN FORK 6, LEHI 2: American Fork used a five-run second inning to squeeze by Lehi on the road. Craig Brailsford picked up the win on the mound, while five of American Forks nine hits went for extra bases, to lead the Cavemen past the Pioneers.
PLEASANT GROVE 3, RIVERTON 2: Easton Walker pitched the complete-game victory while fanning nine Riverton batters to help Pleasant Grove edge out Riverton at home.
BOX ELDER 14, BONNEVILLE 0: Braedon Dejarnatt fanned nine Bonneville batters in five innings of work to pick up the shutout win on the mound and power Box Elder to the road win. Jayk Brooks and Jacoby Bryce both went yard for the Bees.
BOX ELDER 12, BONNEVILLE 4: Box Elder scored seven runs in the first inning while Connor Udy struck out 11 Bonneville batters to give the Bees its second-straight victory over Bonneville for the day. Mason Timothy also hit a homer in the win, while Will Galbraithes homer paced the Lakers in the loss.
BEAR RIVER 15, BEN LOMOND 7: Bear River scored 10 runs in the first two innings to blow past Ben Lomond at home. Jardee Neesen pitched the win for the Bears.
PAROWAN 8, ENTERPRISE 3: Parowan rallied for six runs in the bottom of the sixth to top Enterprise. Jake Topham picked up the win on the mound and ripped a double, while Caleb Murphy roped two doubles to power the Rams.
FREMONT 3, CLEARFIELD 1: Fremonts two-run fourth inning proved to be the difference-maker as the home team held on to knock off Clearfield.
PROVO 15, TOOELE 3: Provo scored 10 runs in the first two innings to pick up the dismantling victory over Tooele. Ty Atkinson roped a triple, while Jack Rhineer picked up the win on the mound and doubled to lead the home team in the win.
NORTH SEVIER 5, BEAVER 3: All five of North Seviers runs were unearned, as Beaver gave up four errors and struggled defensively in the narrow loss. Tyrel Williams picked up the win on the mound to lead the Wolves. Colby Limbs triple set the pace for the Beavers in the loss.
BOUNTIFUL 4, SAVANNA, CALIF. 0: Mason Jones two-RBI double in the first inning proved to be all the Braves needed to secure the victory over Savanna, Calif., in the Lions Tournament. Parker DePasquale pitched the complete-game shutout and picked up the win on the mound for the Braves.
CYPRUS 3, GALENA, NEV. 0: Cyprus played small ball in the third, fourth and fifth innings to escape with the narrow win over Galena, Nev., in the Bishop Gorman Tournament. The Pirates racked up 13 hits as a team, while holding Galena, Nev., to just four hits to ensure the victory.
WATERFORD 1, ROWLAND HALL 0: Jesse Sindelar knocked in the solo goal for the Ravens in the one-nil victory.
PARK CITY 2, UNION 0: Tied 0-0 at the break, Park City came out in the second half and netted two goals to come away with the shutout road win over Union.
UINTAH 5, MORGAN 2: Haden Bundersons two goals helped Uintah cruise past Morgan on the road.
CARBON 1, JUAB 0: Andrew Williams assisted the lone score in the Dinos shutout victory over Juab.
BEAR RIVER 11, GRANTSVILLE 10: Bear River squandered its early lead but finally got up on the board in the ninth inning to escape with the narrow, extra-innings road victory over Grantsville. McKenzi Summers cleared the fences and ripped a double, while Bailee Trapp earned the win in the circle for the Bears.
WEST 4, JUAN DIEGO 1: Shayna Alofipo picked up the win in the circle and went yard to help West edge Juan Diego at home. Molini Vailahi also doubled in the win, while Jaici Bishops double and triple powered the Soaring Eagle in the loss.
MANTI 3, SALEM HILLS 2: Manti jumped out to an early lead and held on to escape with the narrow win over Salem Hills. Kali Thomson pitched the win, while Mikaela Cox ripped a double to lead the home team in the win.
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