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.
JUAN DIEGO 8, MORGAN 4
JUAN DIEGO 20, MORGAN 5
STANSBURY 18, BEN LOMOND 0: Jacob Colovich pitched the shutout on the mound, and Stansbury finished the game with 16 hits to earn the lopsided win on the road.
BEAR RIVER 12, TOOELE 0: Hunter Elbrader hit a double and was the winning pitcher for the Bears against the White Buffaloes.
CARBON 11, NORTH SANPETE 1: Dominic Rondinelli slugged a homer as the Dinos posted 11 runs on 12 hits in the region victory.
ENTERPRISE 10, MILFORD 2: Enterprise rallied for nine runs in the last two innings to knock off Milford on the road. Kayson Bundy belted two doubles, while Chandler Bowler picked up the win on the mound to power the Wolves.
PAROWAN 6, DELTA 1: Parowans five-run second inning helped the Rams top Delta at home. Justice Walker pitched the win for the home team.
BEAVER 8, MILLARD 7: In this close game, the Beavers pulled ahead in the sixth inning to steal the victory over the Eagles.
KANAB 8, DIAMOND RANCH 5: Kanab scored seven of its eight runs in the first three innings, and held on the rest of the way to pick up the win against Diamond Ranch. Layne Anderson pitched the win for the Cowboys.
NORTH SEVIER 18, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: North Sevier turned eight hits into 18 runs to blow past Wasatch Academy on the road.
GRAND 14, MONTICELLO 6: Eight of Grands 18 hits went for extra bases, as the Red Devils topped Monticello on the road. Koi Cook smacked two home runs and a double, while Dalton McElhaney ripped two doubles of his own in the win.
EMERY 13, SAN JUAN 1: Despite allowing San Juan 14 hits on the afternoon, Emery rallied for nine runs in the final inning to take the region win at home.
GUNNISON 7, MANTI 6: Gunnison was able to get a run across home plate in the bottom of the 11th inning to edge out Manti at home. Drew Hill picked up the win on the mound for the Bulldogs. TJ Pogroszewski was the pitcher for Manti all 11 innings in the loss.
SOUTH SUMMIT 8, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 7
SUMMIT ACADEMY 12, NORTH SUMMIT 9: Summit Academy rallied for four runs in the seventh and eighth innings to squeeze past North Summit on the road. Haley Parry homered and doubled in the win.
PARK CITY 10, SKYLINE 5: Park City rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to cruise past Skyline. Chandler Anderson pitched the win on the mound for the Miners.
PAROWAN 3, MILLARD 1: Parowan took an early two-goal lead at the break and held on in the second half to knock off Millard.
WENDOVER 4, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 1: Wendover took a commanding 3-1 lead at the break, and cruised in the second half to knock off Intermountain Christian on the road. Four different players scored for the Wildcats.
MOUNT VERNON 5, TELOS 1: Taku Sakikawa netted the hat trick for Mount Vernon, and the visiting team enjoyed a 4-0 lead at the half to cruise to the region win.
FREMONT 3, NORTHRIDGE 1: Fremont notched two second-half goals to add to its lead and escape with the road win over Northridge.
DAVIS 2, SYRACUSE 1
ALTA 5, WEST JORDAN 0: Devon Lynch netted the hat trick for Alta, as the Hawks somehow managed to find five goals on a blustery afternoon in Sandy.
LONE PEAK 1, HERRIMAN 0: Easton Barfuss scored the golden goal in the second overtime to propel Lone Peak over Herriman.
CLEARFIELD 2, KEARNS 0
EAST 2, BOUNTIFUL 1: After facing a deficit early in the second half, Erick Olivas scored two unanswered goals to give East the crucial Region 6 victory. Jack Thompson was strong in the net for the Leopards.
HIGHLAND 3, WOODS CROSS 3: Neither team could seem to gain an edge in either overtime, as the game ended in a 3-3 draw. Xavier Jordan set the pace for Highland with two goals.
OLYMPUS 3, TIMPANOGOS 2
MURRAY 4, CORNER CANYON 2: The Spartans took the lead and held the Chargers throughout the remainder of the game for the region victory. Goals for Murray were scored by Sam Hansgen, Chris Oregon, Sean Speirs, and Logan Ulibarry.
SKYLINE 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Sheldon Martineau found the back of the net twice for the Eagles, while goalkeeper William Desantis preserved the shutout between the posts for Skyline.
WASATCH 1, PROVO 0
SALEM HILLS 6, TIMPVIEW 0: Jacob Ence scored the hat trick, while three other players found twine to help Salem Hills cruise past Timpview.
DIXIE 2, SNOW CANYON 0: Facing a 0-0 draw at the break, Dixie jumped out in the second half and notched two goals to come away with the road win over Snow Canyon. McLane Keenan and Caesar Perez each notched goals, while Hayden Mathews earned the shutout between the posts for the Flyers.
DESERT HILLS 3, CANYON VIEW 2
WEST 15, COTTONWOOD 12: Breah Ava led the West bats with a home run, while five other teammates recorded an extra base hit to propel West to the tough win at home.
TAYLORSVILLE 9, GRANGER 0: Asenaca Lesuma pitched the complete-game shutout, while giving up just one hit to help Taylorsville blank Granger.
BINGHAM 4, ALTA 3: Bingham put two runs up on the board in the final two innings to escape with the narrow win over Alta. Taylor Clemens pitched the win and tripled to lead the home team in the win.
BRIGHTON 14, JORDAN 13: Brighton held a comfortable 11-run lead in the seventh inning, but were nearly shocked by the Beetdiggers 10-run rally in the bottom of the inning. Maddi Miller earned the win on the mound.
HERRIMAN 16, LEHI 10: Ashlyn Visser hit a triple and a home run for the Mustangs in their win against the Pioneers.
PLEASANT GROVE 13, WESTLAKE 3
ROY 9, LOGAN 0: Mackenzie Kolb pitched the shutout on the mound for Roy, who rallied for all nine runs in the final three innings of the game.
MOUNTAIN CREST 15, OGDEN 0
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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