High school sports: Wednesday's roundup

Published: Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:30 p.m. MDT

Lehi's Rios Carter, left, fights for the ball against Riverton's Brett Smith during the soccer game at Riverton High School Wednesday, April 23, 2014.

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FREMONT 5, NORTHRIDGE 2: Taylor Kranendonk anchored the Silver Wolves defense from the mound, striking out 10 in the Region 1 victory.



HILLCREST 9, HUNTER 8: Hillcrests Skyler Ochs hit a bases-loaded grounder up the middle to drive Ryan Wedel home and give the Huskies the region victory in the bottom of the 10th inning.

TAYLORSVILLE 7, WEST 4: Led by doubles from Braden DeBenedictis and Luke Jacketta, the Warriors posted five runs in the fifth inning to get past the Panthers.


JORDAN 11, BINGHAM 6: Jacob Dirkson picked up the win for Jordan with 10 strikeouts in five innings on the mound. Mason Krueger sparked the offense with two doubles and Cale Hathaway added another.

BRIGHTON 20, WEST JORDAN 5: Colby Batt and Joe Miller each hit homers and Braydon Bagley added two doubles to lead a dominating Brighton offense, which scored eight runs in the seventh inning.

COPPER HILLS 12, ALTA 5: Cody Brumley led the Grizzlies offense with a double and a homer and Zac Hoffman and Trevor Hoffman each blasted triples for Copper Hills in the dominant region win.


LEHI 12, LONE PEAK 9: Lehi took an early lead and held off the Lone Peak charge to take the Region 4 contest. Ryan Absher got the win on the mound.

RIVERTON 11, HERRIMAN 1: The Silverwolves scored eight runs in the first two innings to jump out in front, and then cruised to the region win. Mason Cook earned the win on the mound while four different players blasted doubles for Riverton.

PLEASANT GROVE 11, WESTLAKE 1: Chase Merrell was a perfect 3 for 3 from the plate with two doubles and a triple while Payton Henry was 3 for 4 from the plate with two homers and four RBIs to lead the Vikings on the road.


CYPRUS 4, KEARNS 0: Josh Hammond and Dennis Kamakana each roped doubles, and the Pirates plated three runs in the fifth inning to grab the region win.

CLEARFIELD 17, JUDGE MEMORIAL 12: Clearfield used three monster innings to top Judge Memorial in an offensive showcase. Parker Oliver got the win on the mound.

WOODS CROSS 6, HIGHLAND 4: The Wildcats struck big in the fourth inning, led by Caden Browns home run and finished by James Nelsons triple.

BOUNTIFUL 10, EAST 6: Ryan Curtis had a two-RBI single as part of a four-run sixth inning to help the Braves get back on top. Parker DePasquale had two RBIs and Benjamin Fowers came on in relief to shut down the Leopards.


RICHFIELD 8, PAROWAN 4: Richfield used a key second inning to pull away from Parowan, led by Chance Ogdens home run while Huntr Gibbons got the win on the mound.

Boys soccer


ROWLAND HALL 6, MAESER PREP 0: Junior Zoutomou and Enzo Wiener each dished out an assist and Sam Stark-Loyning recorded a hat trick to lead the Winged Lions.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 3, SOUTH SUMMIT 1: Three different players recorded goals to lift Eagles over South Summit.


BINGHAM 1, JORDAN 0: Hunter Stutz netted the lone goal of the match while Bingham goalkeeper Mark Stanley recorded the shutout to help the Miners to a sixth consecutive region victory.