EAST 8, WOODS CROSS 0: Easts strong defensive performance helped the Leopards blank the Wildcats on the road. Angelique Lokeni picked up the win in the circle.
CLEARFIELD 19, HIGHLAND 3: Clearfields dominant second and third inning proved to be the difference maker, as the Falcons soared over Highland on the road. Lexi Andersen smacked two doubles in the win.
KEARNS 19, JUDGE MEMORIAL 4: Kearns scored 16 runs in the first two innings to blow past Judge Memorial on the road. Ashlie Bird doubled and went the distance in the win.
BOUNTIFUL 5, CYPRUS 0: Bountiful played small ball in the fourth and fifth innings to get up on the board, and held on for the shutout win over Cyprus.
WASATCH 19, TIMPVIEW 3: Wasatch racked up 18 hits, five of which went for extra bases, in its dismantling win over Timpview. Tristin Bills went 4-for-4 at the plate with a double and a triple and collected five RBIs to power the home team in the win.
SPANISH FORK 10, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1: Kaylie Bott and Kenzi Branch each smacked doubles and home runs, while Kelsey Christensen picked up the win in the circle to power the home team in the win.
SALEM HILLS 9, PROVO 2: Alexis Oveson and Kenzi Martin had doubles while Kirtlyn Bohling fanned 11 Provo batters in the victory on the mound for Salem Hills.
CANYON VIEW 9, DESERT HILLS 2: The Falcons got a large lead in the third inning to clench the victory over the Thunder.
CEDAR 5, PINE VIEW 3
UINTAH 20, PARK CITY 1: Uintahs 12 extra-base hits proved to be the difference maker in this one, as the Utes blew past the Miners on the road.
STANSBURY 9, TOOELE 0: Stansbury added to its lead in the fifth inning, and cruised the rest of the way to defeat Tooele on the road.
GRANTSVILLE 16, BEN LOMOND 0: Grantsville rallied for 12 runs in the first inning, and never looked back in the dismantling victory over Ben Lomond. Sydney Barney doubled and pitched the shutout win.
CARBON 19, RICHFIELD 7: 10 of Carbons 23 hits went for extra bases as the Dinos blew past Richfield on the road. Lauren Rice smashed three doubles while Cyene Bigelow added two more to lead Carbon in the win.
NORTH SANPETE 9, PAYSON 8: Jacey Bailey hit a walk-off single to help North Sanpete to Payson at home. Emily Taylor pitched the win on the mound.
MILLARD 17, BEAVER 4: Millard scored 17 runs off 13 hits to blow past Beaver on the road. Megan Kefler picked up the win in the circle for the Eagles.
ENTERPRISE 12, MILFORD 0
DELTA 3, PAROWAN 2
ALTAMONT 15, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0
DUCHESNE 21, ROWLAND HALL 0: Melissa Robinson pitched the shutout for Duchesne, who rallied for 21-runs in the first three innings to down Rowland Hall on the road.
EMERY 19, SAN JUAN 15: Emerys 13-run seventh inning help the Spartans to the narrow victory over San Juan.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 16, SUMMIT ACADEMY 7: The Eagles came out strong to take a comfortable lead, which it would never relinquish in the lopsided region win over Summit Academy.
MANTI 18, GUNNISON 2: Kali Thomson pitched a flawless game for Manti, but it was the Lady Templars bats that caught fire in the lopsided region win on the road.
LAYTON 12, MORGAN 0: Raeana Gall smacked a double and a home run for Layton, who were able to gather 10-runs in the fifth inning to secure the region victory at home.
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