Hugh Carey, Deseret News
FREMONT 5, NORTHRIDGE 2: Taylor Kranendonk anchored the Silver Wolves defense from the mound, striking out 10 in the Region 1 victory.
COTTONWOOD 10, GRANGER 0
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.
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.
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.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 3, SOUTH SUMMIT 1: Three different players recorded goals to lift Eagles over South Summit.
RIVERTON 3, LEHI 0
PARK CITY 3, MORGAN 3: Morgans Josh Abplanalp scored twice in the first half, but Park City dominated possession in the second to tie things up. After a wild finish in the second frame, which saw two penalty kicks, the teams went scoreless in overtime to finish the day knotted up.
JUAN DIEGO 4, UINTAH 3: David Hurtado of Juan Diego dished out three assists and the Soaring Eagle edged Uintah for the Region 10 victory.
ROWLAND HALL 12, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Rachel Nelson led the way for Rowland Hall on both sides of the plate, hitting a triple and a home run and striking out seven in defeat of Layton Christian.
ALTA 5, SKY VIEW 3: Brittni Chase pitched the win from the circle to lead the Hawks in the nonregion victory.
MORGAN 10, DELTA 0
SPANISH FORK 11, GUNNISON 0: Spanish Forks Cambrie Hazel threw the no-hitter while producing a home run of her own.
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