Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
FREMONT 13, NORTHRIDGE 10: Fremont scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth and held-off a late, seventh-inning rally from Northridge to pick up the narrow home victory.
LAYTON 10, WEBER 3: In their 14th straight win, the Lancers defeated the Warriors after being tied at the end of the second inning. Preston Day hit two doubles for Layton in the win.
JORDAN 13, BINGHAM 6: Mason Hayes finished the game with a double and a home run to propel Jordan to a seventh consecutive region victory. Cale Hathaway also slugged a home run in the Beetdiggers win.
BRIGHTON 2, WEST JORDAN 1: T.J. Orchard pitched the complete-game win, while striking out 10 West Jordan batters to lead Brighton past the Jaguars.
COPPER HILLS 12, ALTA 3: Tanner Johnson went 4-for-5 from the plate, while Jake Boyd tripled to lead Copper Hills past Alta.
LONE PEAK 10, LEHI 3
RIVERTON 11, HERRIMAN 3: Riverton stormed back from a slow start and finished strong to top Herriman at home. Trevar Bradley pitched the win from the mound for the Silverwolves.
PLEASANT GROVE 8, WESTLAKE 0
BONNEVILLE 5, SKY VIEW 2
MURRAY 9, CORNER CANYON 4: Four of Murrays 11 hits went for extra bases, as the Spartans knocked off Corner Canyon at home. Zach Collins ripped two doubles to power the home team.
TIMPANOGOS 16, OLYMPUS 9: Tate Laing finished with five RBIs and two doubles while he also pitched the last three innings for the Timberwolves in their win against the Titans.
SALEM HILLS 6, SPANISH FORK 4: Salem Hills rallied for four runs in the top of the sixth inning to outlast Spanish Fork on the road. Austin Hanks pitched the win for the Skyhawks.
SPRINGVILLE 3, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1: Springville scored two runs in the top of the fourth, and held on the rest of the way to ensure the victory over Maple Mountain. Parker Johnston doubled and pitched the win for the Red Devils.
CEDAR 5, DIXIE 1: Brecken Lewis hit two doubles, while Ryker Tom added a double of his own to help Cedar edge Dixie.
CANYON VIEW 4, HURRICANE 0: The Falcons shutout the Tigers with winning pitcher Zack Brinkerhoff on the mound.
PINE VIEW 6, DESERT HILLS 4
UINTAH 7, UNION 6: Karter Pope pitched the win on the mound, and also slugged a home run to help Uintah survive the first game of a doubleheader.
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