DAVIS 13, WEBER 2: Dom Fuller, Connor Blaisdell and Jake Adams all slugged home runs for Davis in the lopsided win on the road. Blaisdell also struck out seven batters, pitching the win on the mound.
TAYLORSVILLE 3, COTTONWOOD 2: Trailing 2-1, Taylorsville managed to collect a pair of runs in the bottom of the fifth inning which would hold for the games final score.
HUNTER 6, GRANGER 5: A run in the bottom of the fifth inning wound up being the difference-maker, as Hunter topped Granger. Taylor Hollingsworth got the win on the mound.
HILLCREST 10, WEST 2
WESTLAKE 4, HERRIMAN 1: Ian Empey struck out seven Herriman batters in the complete-game victory over Westlake.
WOODS CROSS 5, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Josh Cowley pitched a complete-game shutout, and also slugged a two-run home run in the second inning to help pace Woods Cross in the road victory.
SKYLINE 8, CORNER CANYON 7: Dimitri Sakellariou came on in relief and got the win for Skyline over Corner Canyon in the region victory at home.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 4, MURRAY 3: Parker Bingham contributed a double and triple to help Mountain View slip past the Spartans.
OLYMPUS 5, OREM 3: Henry Crandall finished the game 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs to help Olympus slip past Orem on the road. Elias Falk struck out seven batters in the region win.
PROVO 3, SPRINGVILLE 2: Provo rallied for all three of its runs in the first inning, and were able to hold on through the remainder of the game. Jack Rhineer gave up just two hits through six innings on the mound.
SALEM HILLS 11, WASATCH 0: Porter Gustin struck out nine batters in his first outing for Salem Hills this season, and only allowed four hits in the six inning victory over Wasatch. Austin Hanks slugged a home run in the Skyhawks win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 11, TIMPVIEW 6: Nik Mafi led Maple Mountain Thursday afternoon, finishing the game 3-for-4 with four RBIs to hand Timpview a 14th consecutive loss this season.
ESPERANZA, CALIF. 4, SPANISH FORK 0: Despite being shut out in the tournament game, Spanish Fork still managed eight hits in the loss.
MANTI 2, WASATCH ACADEMY 1: In a competitive contest, goals from DJ Fullmer and Juan Frutos helped carry Manti past Wasatch Academy.
DELTA 3, MILLARD 2: Ulises Mendoza found the back of the net twice, as Delta managed to break a 2-2 tie at the half to take the decisive region victory.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 11, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 0: Mahonry Chichia bagged five goals for ALA, while Jose Garcia and Xavier Medina each scored twice to help the home side to a lopsided region victory. Anson Gwilliam recorded the shutout.
WENDOVER 8, TELOS 0
LAYTON 3, NORTHRIDGE 2: Logan Day scored a pair of goals, including the equalizer in the 73rd minute to force extra time. Davis Walker netted the game winner in the second period of extra time.
VIEWMONT 3, DAVIS 1: Mike Johnson buried two goals, and Bryan Correa netted the third as Viewmont topped Davis on the road. An own goal kept the Vikings from getting the shutout.
FREMONT 5, SYRACUSE 4: Parker Preator and Gunner Burrell each netted a pair of goals for Fremont, who moved to 5-2-0 in region play with the decisive win.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 2, WASATCH 1: James Lewis and Sam Krommenhoek dished out assists for the Golden Eagles, helping the home side improve to 7-1-0 in region play.
SALEM HILLS 8, SPANISH FORK 0
SPRINGVILLE 2, PROVO 1: Cordon Farris and Taylor Frossard both scored for Springville in the second half, as it outdueled Provo for a much needed region victory.
SNOW CANYON 2, HURRICANE 1: Justin Grijalva and Branson Stafford each scored a goal to help lead Snow Canyon to the region win on the road.
GRANTSVILLE 2, NORTH SANPETE 1: Trailing at halftime, Grantsville knotted things up to force extra time where the Cowboys found the decisive game winner. Braden Soltes and Benton Tripp were responsible for the Grantsville goals.
LAYTON 6, VIEWMONT 3: Layton pulled away from Viewmont with a run in the fifth inning and two in the sixth to take the region victory. Mikelle Smedley earned the win on the mound.
SYRACUSE 14, WEBER 0: Alex Valencia pitched a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts, and was also perfect at the plate in the shutout victory over Weber.
FREMONT 16, NORTHRIDGE 1: Madison Bosshardt led a balanced Fremont hitting attack by going 4-for-4 in the region win over Northridge.
AMERICAN FORK 16, LONE PEAK 6
ROY 18, OGDEN 0
BONNEVILLE 4, SKY VIEW 2: Bonneville continued its dominance in 4A softball, coming up big in the final inning to take a decisive victory at Sky View.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 10, SKYLINE 6: Ashlee Snow led all hitters Thursday night, going 3-for-4 with three doubles to help Mountain View to the region win at home.
TIMPANOGOS 4, OREM 0: Addie Gillespie tallied 13 strikeouts, as Timpanogos shut out Orem for the region victory.
MURRAY 18, OLYMPUS 11: Emily Adams hit two home runs and tallied seven RBIs, as Murray bested Olympus in a high-scoring affair. Erin Hohnholt added another home run, and pitched her way to the victory for the Spartans.
SPANISH FORK 22, TIMPVIEW 0
SALEM HILLS 5, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 0: Salem Hills scored all five runs in the second inning, and were able to hold Maple Mountain scoreless to take the region victory. Kirtlyn Bohling pitched a no-hitter from the circle, striking out eight batters in the process.
BEAR RIVER 7, DAVIS 6: McKayla King's bunt in the bottom of the seventh inning scored the games winning run to lift Bear River to the narrow region win. McKenzi Summers slugged a three-run homer in the first inning to pace the winning side.
PAYSON 6, BOUNTIFUL 5: Shaylee Larsen went 2-for-3 at the plate, and had a nice day on the mound as well to help Payson beat Bountiful.
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