Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
ALTA 4, WEST JORDAN 3: Gabe Farrer earned the win and hit a double to lead the Hawks.
JORDAN 6, BRIGHTON 3: Jacob Dirkson pitched the win on the mound for the Beetdiggers.
LONE PEAK 11, HERRIMAN 1: Chandler Goeckeritz pitched four shutout innings while teammate Tate Hansen hit a home run to give Lone Peak their seventh consecutive win.
HIGHLAND 11, CLEARFIELD 6
SKYLINE 3, OREM 1: Bridger Nielson struck out 12 batters and allowed only one run in the matchup against Orem.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 6, TIMPANOGOS 4: Jantzen Wiscombe and Hayden Young each roped doubles to help Mountain View defeat Timpanogos.
MURRAY 2, OLYMPUS 1
MURRAY 12, OLYMPUS 5
SPANISH FORK 12, TIMPVIEW 1: Maverick Buffo struck out eight batters in three innings and Spanish Fork used a balanced offensive performance to get the win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 5, WASATCH 4: The Golden Eagles pulled together four runs in the final inning to earn the region victory over Wasatch. Nik Mafi roped a double while Tyler Young pitched the win on the mound.
GRANTSVILLE 5, STANSBURY 3: Dillon Hutchins pitched the win while teammate Matthew Garrard knocked out a home run in the region victory at home.
RICHFIELD 5, CARBON 1
CARBON 7, RICHFIELD 1
JUAB 6, NORTH SANPETE 0: Tylee Squire hit a triple for Juab and Nick Wohlforth led the Wasps with a seven-inning no-hitter in the Region 12 victory.
JUAB 14, NORTH SANPETE 0: Dillon Douglas smacked a double and pitched a one-hitter to lead the Wasps in the second game of their double header.
EAST 4, HUNTER 3: East came from behind with three runs in the bottom of the seventh as Korey Rush drove in Preston Curtis for the game-winning run.
CYPRUS 6, CHEROKEE TRAILS, COLO. 1: The Pirates secured the win at the Bishop Gorman Tournament.
WEST 10, ROY 0: Mason Abrath was 3-for-3 from the plate, hitting a double and home run in the road win over Roy.
GUNNISON 5, EMERY 0
MANTI 8, GRAND 0: Juan Frutos led the Manti charge with four goals while Alvaro Cardenas and Esteban Maldonado added two apiece. Trystan Daniels delivered the shutout in goal.
DELTA 5, BEAVER 2: Victor Almanza earned a hat trick for the Rabbits in the region victory at home.
WENDOVER 11, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 1: Carlos Carillo and Edgar Contreras each scored three goals to lead the Wildcats in the region win.
MERIT ACADEMY 8, MOUNT VERNON 0: Hootie Hennessy led Merit Academy with a hat trick in the high-scoring region victory.
LAYTON 3, SYRACUSE 1: Youri Joseph netted two goals for the Lancers, both assisted by Jonas Medrow, in the region victory at home.
WASATCH 1, SPANISH FORK 0: Isaac Smedley kicked the lone goal for the Wasps while teammate Ben Hill earned the shutout.
TIMPVIEW 2, SPRINGVILLE 1: Javier Gonzalez scored three minutes into the second overtime to boost the T-Birds in the region victory.
PROVO 2, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1: Alan Resendiz and Tyler Gordon each scored to lead Provo in the win over Maple Mountain. Christian Tobler netted the lone goal in the loss.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3, WASATCH ACADEMY 2: Mahonry Chichia scored twice and Zach LaGaisse added a third goal to lead the Eagles in the home win.
SYRACUSE 10, LAYTON 7: Alex Valencia accounted for a double and the win in the circle to lead the Titans, who plated five runs in the top of the first to secure an early lead. Raeana Gall and Kimberly Taylor each belted homers for Layton in the loss.
WEST 11, HILLCREST 1: Shayna Alofipo pitched the win on the mound for the Panthers.
BINGHAM 11, COPPER HILLS 6: Chelsea Latu, Victoria Johansen, and Taylor Clemens each knocked out home runs in the region victory at home.
ALTA 13, JORDAN 0: Brooke Vanderheide led Alta from the circle, recording 10 strikeouts in the no-hit shutout for the Hawks.
RIVERTON 11, WESTLAKE 1: Riverton scored multiple runs in four innings to beat Westlake.
HERRIMAN 16, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Bryce Taylor knocked out a home run and pitched the win on the mound in the home victory over Pleasant Grove. Ashlyn Visser, Allison Lloyd, and Dayna Hokanson each contributed triples for the Mustangs.
LEHI 10, LONE PEAK 2: A big third inning lifted Lehi over Lone Peak.
CORNER CANYON 6, OREM 5: Katie Dale hit a deep walk-off hit to give Corner Canyon the nine-inning win after the Chargers rallied from an early three-run deficit. Stacy Arther earned the win in the circle with 15 strikeouts while Kate Donaldson had 13 in the loss.
TIMPANOGOS 5, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Addie Gillespie anchored a rock-solid defense, pitching a no-hitter and striking out nine batters in the win at home.
SPRINGVILLE 10, PROVO 1: Mary Fredrickson contributed a double and home run as the Red Devils secured the victory over Provo. Kaycie Jensen smacked a triple and pitched the win on the mound.
SALEM HILLS 12, WASATCH 0: Kirtlyn Bohling earned the win in the circle as the Skyhawks defeated the Thunder at home.
STANSBURY 7, TOOELE 3: Kimbri Herring pitched the win and belted a double to lead the Stallions at home.
ALTAMONT 16, ROWLAND HALL 1: Maddi Hartman and Kailsy Hatch each hit a triple as the Longhorns defeated Rowland Hall. McKelle Zeeman earned five RBIs while Makelle Thacker secured the win on the mound.
DUCHESNE 19, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Alyssa Nielson and Mashaylee Giles each knocked out home runs as the Eagles routed Layton Christian. Kaylie Grant smacked a double and earned the win on the mound.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 15, TIMPVIEW 8: The Golden Eagles scored eight runs in the sixth inning to take the lead and secure the victory over Timpview. In the loss, Annie Hofheins, Olivia Holloway, and Litia Tolutau each knocked out home runs for the Thunderbirds.
CLEARFIELD 18, NORTHRIDGE 10: The Falcons scored 18 runs off of 22 hits in the victory over Northridge.
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