VIEWMONT 8, NORTHRIDGE 5: Viewmont scored four runs in the sixth inning to overtake Northridge en route to victory. Ethan Richards got the win on the mound.
LAYTON 10, DAVIS 2: Quentin Marcelin smacked a home run for Layton in the win, and the Lancers remain undefeated in region play.
FREMONT 11, WEBER 10: Weber rallied for six runs in the bottom of the seventh, but it wasn't enough as the Silver Wolves walked away with the Region 1 victory.
COTTONWOOD 10, HILLCREST 0: Hunter Smith earned the shutout on the mound with six strikeouts in the Region 2 victory over Hillcrest.
TAYLORSVILLE 8, GRANGER 0: Miguel Othon smacked a double and had three RBIs, as the Warriors routed Granger on the road.
BRIGHTON 6, BINGHAM 5: T.J. Orchard tallied 11 strikeouts on the mound, as Brighton topped Bingham for the region win.
COPPER HILLS 16, WEST JORDAN 5: Cody Barkdull, Cody Brumley, and Jake Boyd each contributed a double and a home run to the Grizzlies' 19 hits. Zac Hoffman finished 4-for-5 from the plate, and Tanner Anderson earned the win on the mound.
JORDAN 14, ALTA 1: Seth Butterfield and Colton Shaver each smacked two doubles, as the Beetdiggers routed Alta in the Region 3 matchup.
LONE PEAK 5, RIVERTON 4: After five extra innings, the Grizzlies finally secured the win over Riverton.
PLEASANT GROVE 7, LEHI 0: Easton Walker struck out 12 batters in the shutout win over Lehi.
AMERICAN FORK 9, WESTLAKE 1: American Fork topped Westlake in region play.
BONNEVILLE 5, OGDEN 1: Mitch Westmorland struck out six Ogden batters, and Hayden Greenwood and Bryson Von Colin combined for five RBIs to help the visitors pick up a much needed region win.
BOX ELDER 9, ROY 1: The Bees broke the game open in the third inning, scoring five runs on its way to the region victory.
BOUNTIFUL 6, JUDGE MEMORIAL 2: Ryan Stringfellow knocked out a two-run home run in the third inning, while teammate Jordan Hayes added another in the fourth inning to help lift the Braves over Judge Memorial.
WOODS CROSS 1, CYPRUS 0: A pinch-hit single from Brandon Wagstaff brought home the winning run, as Woods Cross prevailed in a contest against Cyprus in which both pitchers tossed complete games.
CLEARFIELD 11, EAST 3: Nick Angelico and Parker Oliver each roped doubles for the Falcons, while teammate Austin Cummings pitched the win from the mound.
TIMPANOGOS 7, CORNER CANYON 2: Jordan Evans pitched the win on the mound for Timpanogos, as the home side celebrated its 10th victory of the season.
SKYLINE 4, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Bridger Nielson took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, and came away with the victory as Skyline beat Mountain View.
MURRAY 18, OREM 1: Preston Hannay went 2-for-3 with three RBIs, and got the win on the mound as Murray topped Orem.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 7, SPANISH FORK 6: In 11 innings, the Golden Eagles came back from behind to get the win with winning pitcher Kaden Poulsen on the mound.
PROVO 11, TIMPVIEW 1: Daxton Rees pitched a complete game for Provo, giving up just three hits on the afternoon. Wesley Bosco finished the day with four hits.
SPRINGVILLE 3, WASATCH 0: The Red Devils Ian Earley hit a home run in the win against the Wasps.
CEDAR 11, HURRICANE 4: Josh Boyer, Brock Esplin and Treyson Esplin all recorded doubles to help Cedar to a much needed region win on the road.
DESERT HILLS 3, SNOW CANYON 1: Braiden Irvin pitched the win on the mound for Desert Hills in the narrow region win at home.
UINTAH 11, MORGAN 1: Skyler Parker got the win on the mound, as Uintah topped Morgan.
UINTAH 11, MORGAN 1: Braxton Coonis tallied two extra-base hits, including a home run, as Uintah beat Morgan.
PARK CITY 10, UNION 7: Union brought the game level in the bottom of the fifth inning, but Park City responded with five runs in the following inning to take game one of the doubleheader.
PARK CITY 11, UNION 4: Griffin Churich led the Park City bats with a triple, as the Miners managed to sweep Union in the doubleheader.
GRANTSVILLE 17, BEN LOMOND 2: Dillon Hutchins smacked a pair of doubles, and Wyatt Smith provided a home run to lead Grantsville in the lopsided region win at home.
STANSBURY 10, TOOELE 4: The Stallions jumped out to an early lead, scoring four runs in the first inning, and continued on to secure the region victory over Tooele. Gage Manzione earned the win on the mound.
PAYSON 3, RICHFIELD 2: The Lions edged the Wildcats in extra innings, and Wyatt Voorhees collected the win on the mound.
CARBON 8, JUAB 0: Cole Fossat got the win on the mound as Carbon topped Juab.
MANTI 11, SOUTH SUMMIT 0
ROWLAND HALL 5, SUMMIT ACADEMY 4
SUMMIT ACADEMY 6, ROWLAND HALL 2
SOUTH SEVIER 15, NORTH SANPETE 5: South Sevier finished the game with nine extra base hits, including a trio of home runs to cruise past visiting North Sanpete.
SALEM HILLS 17, SYRACUSE 5
MAESER PREP 2, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 1: Calvin Lim's two goals helped Maeser Prep top Layton Christian on the road. Nikolas Pianelli scored the lone goal for LCA.
VIEWMONT 1, FREMONT 0: Mike Johnson netted the lone goal of the match in the second half to secure the win and the Region 1 Championship for Viewmont. Porter May recorded the shutout.
LAYTON 5, SYRACUSE 1: Logan Day led the Lancers with two goals on the afternoon in the region victory on the road.
WEST 5, HILLCREST 2: Five different players scored for the Panthers in the region victory over Hillcrest.
TAYLORSVILLE 1, COTTONWOOD 0: Eduardo Munoz netted the lone goal of the match to help Taylorsville to a road victory at Cottonwood. Kellar Sirstins got the shutout in goal.
GRANGER 1, HUNTER 0: Aureliano Rubio scored the difference-maker for Granger, and Spencer Brown picked up the shutout in goal as the Lancers beat Hunter.
ALTA 2, BINGHAM 0: Dylan McIllece got the shutout for the Hawks in the region win against the Miners. Erik Marquez and Marshall Miller provided the goals for Alta.
BRIGHTON 2, JORDAN 0: Brighton had goals from Semisi Rigby and Hayden Smedley, while goalkeeper Conner Dearden preserved the shutout in goal for the Bengals.
COPPER HILLS 3, WEST JORDAN 0: Luis Vargas' two goals helped pace Copper Hills in its win over West Jordan. Quentin Walker got the shutout in goal.
LEHI 2, WESTLAKE 0: Connor Miles netted both of the Lehi goals, while Tanner Munson and McGen Nielson split the shutout.
PLEASANT GROVE 2, HERRIMAN 0: Nate Spencer found the back of the net in the first half, and Jesus Rivas delivered the brace in the second to lead PG past Herriman. Shadow Bishop and Marcos Garcia split the shutout.
RIVERTON 4, AMERICAN FORK 2: Four different players scored as Riverton topped American Fork.
SKY VIEW 0, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Mountain Crest's Hayden Anderson and Sky View's Tyler Peterson each delivered shutouts in a Region 5 draw.
OGDEN 2, BONNEVILLE 1: Tucker Castle and Jaxon Clarke scored the decisive goals for Ogden in its region victory on the road. Landon Summers scored the lone goal for Bonneville.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 3, KEARNS 0: Moises Diaz, Jose Robles, and Luc Steffen each scored once for the Bulldogs, while Andrew Matthews earned credit for the shutout.
HIGHLAND 2, CLEARFIELD 0: Xavier Jordan and Luis Orozco each found the back of the net for the Rams. Michael Kerr earned the shutout between the posts.
EAST 1, WOODS CROSS 0: Hugo Olivera notched the the golden goal just minutes into the first period of extra time to give East an 11th region victory this season.
BOUNTIFUL 1, CYPRUS 0: Nate Smith connected for the golden goal, and Cole Palmer got the shutout in goal to help Bountiful sneak by Cyprus.
OREM 2, TIMPANOGOS 0: Matius Castano buried both Orem goals on the afternoon, while Colton Konesky recorded the shutout in the region victory on the road.
SKYLINE 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Brigham Jackson put Skyline on the scoreboard just eight minutes into the match, and Sheldon Martineau notched the game-winner for the Eagles with under 10 minutes remaining.
WASATCH 2, TIMPVIEW 0: Kevin Cates and Chayanne Adame-Garcia netted the Wasatch goals in the second half, and Ben Hill preserved the shutout in goal.
PROVO 4, SPANISH FORK 1: Luis Hidalgo dished three assists, all three Tyler Gordon goals, as Provo poured in three goals in the second half of the match.
SALEM HILLS 2, SPRINGVILLE 0: Jacob Ence and Hayden Eyre netted the Salem Hills goals in the second half of the match, while Sergio Vargas recorded the shutout between the posts.
FREMONT 15, DAVIS 0: McKenzie Cottle ignited the Fremont bats with a double and a pair of home runs to lead the Silver Wolves in the shutout victory at Davis.
LAYTON 7, SYRACUSE 2: Mikelle Smedley tallied four strikeouts, as Layton bested Syracuse in region play.
NORTHRIDGE 14, WEBER 10: Shaeleigh Knell knocked out two home runs for the Knights in the victory over Weber.
WEST 12, HILLCREST 1
HUNTER 16, GRANGER 5: Hunter scored 11 unanswered runs to pull away from Granger in the final two innings. Jennifer Burnham delivered a double and triple in the win and Jorden Beutler got the victory in the circle.
TAYLORSVILLE 15, COTTONWOOD 0: Asenaca Lesuma finished the game 3-for-3 at bat with a pair of home runs, a double and five RBIs to lead Taylorsville.
COPPER HILLS 18, BINGHAM 13: Ashlee Anderson slugged a home run and a double to help Copper Hills slip past Bingham at home.
WEST JORDAN 15, BRIGHTON 5: Mackenzie Culligan hit a double and a home run to lead the Jaguars in the region victory over Brighton.
LEHI 15, WESTLAKE 0: Sydney White slugged a homer and a double, while also leading the Pioneers on the mound in a quick contest.
BONNEVILLE 15, LOGAN 1
SKY VIEW 15, OGDEN 0: Dakota Green drove in three, runs and pitched the shutout for the Bobcats in the region victory over Ogden.
WOODS CROSS 7, KEARNS 1: Hanalee Robinson had a nice outing both at the plate and in the circle for Woods Cross as it topped Kearns.
EAST 6, BOUNTIFUL 5: Aloma Solovi's walk-off home run in the eighth inning lifted East over Bountiful in a tight back-and-forth Region 6 contest.
OLYMPUS 9, TIMPANOGOS 2: Marissa Johnson finished the game with a double and a home run to help Olympus slip past Timpanogos in region play.
SALEM HILLS 10, TIMPVIEW 0: Kirtlin Bohling struck out 13 batters and allowed just three hits as the Skyhawks picked up the win over Timpview.
SPANISH FORK 9, SPRINGVILLE 0: Kelsey Christensen pitched the win on the mound for Spanish Fork, as the visiting blew the game open with a six run sixth inning to down Springville. Kaylie Bott smacked a double in the region victory.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 9, PROVO 0: Kristen Guyman pitched the shutout on the mound for Maple Mountain, giving up just three hits in the region win.
PINE VIEW 8, DESERT HILLS 5:
CANYON VIEW 12, HURRICANE 3: Josie Platt was 3-for-3 from the plate with a pair of doubles, and struck out 10 batters from the mound in the win over Hurricane. Cheyanne Anderson, Kelsee Hyatt, and Jaycee Slack each contributed a home run for the Falcons.
JUAN DIEGO 17, PARK CITY 0: Claire Haddick got the win in the circle, as Juan Diego rolled past Park City.
TOOELE 8, GRANTSVILLE 7: Tooele scored two runs in the seventh inning to take the lead and secure the win. Whitnie Touhuni smacked a home run in the victory.
BEAR RIVER 6, STANSBURY 5: McKenzi Summers earned the win on the mound, and Bear River had the game winning run cross in the bottom of the seventh inning to secure the region victory.
PAYSON 8, CARBON 1: McKenzie Simons got the win in the circle, as Payson topped Carbon.
MILLARD 9, BEAVER 1: Megan Kesler pitched the win on the mound for Millard, giving up just four hits to help the home side to the lopsided victory.
ALTAMONT 15, ROWLAND HALL 0: A monster 10-run second inning allowed Altamont to take control, as it cruised to the win over Rowland Hall. Makelle Thacker got the victory in the circle.
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SOUTH SUMMIT 14, SUMMIT ACADEMY 3: Natalie Nichols paced South Summit with a double and a home run Tuesday afternoon in the lopsided affair.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 13, NORTH SUMMIT 3: The Eagles topped North Summit in five innings, with Courtney Lewis picking up the win on the mound.
HERRIMAN 13, MURRAY 7: The Mustangs came back in sixth inning after being down by four to clinch the victory against the Spartans.
LINCOLN COUNTY, NEV. 12, ENTERPRISE 2
EMERY 11, DELTA 10: The Spartans rallied for five runs in the final inning to take the lead and secure the win.