DIAMOND RANCH 12, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 9: Diamond Ranch prevailed in a slugfest to clinch the final berth in the 2A state tournament with a play-in game victory over American Leadership.
COTTONWOOD 15, HILLCREST 1: Cottonwood jumped out to an early lead and cruised the rest of the way to knock off Hillcrest on the road. Five different players ripped doubles, while Carter Owens picked up the win on the mound to lead the Colts in the win.
WEST 17, HUNTER 4: West's 10-run fourth inning proved to be the difference-maker as the Panthers cruised past Hunter on the road. Connor Abrath's double set the pace for West in the win.
TAYLORSVILLE 7, GRANGER 1: Austin Buttenob fanned eight Granger batters and picked up the win on the mound to lead Taylorsville past Granger at home.
MOUNTAIN CREST 5, LOGAN 4
KEARNS 8, WOODS CROSS 5
CYPRUS 5, HIGHLAND 4: Cyprus was able to plate one run in the top of the seventh to outlast Highland and pick up the narrow road victory. Parker Loutensock doubled while Sean Finley pitched the win to lead the Pirates in the win.
TIMPANOGOS 5, CORNER CANYON 1: Tate Laing gave up just four hits and one run to pick up the win on the mound and help Timpanogos edge Corner Canyon on the road.
SKYLINE 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Dimitri Sakellariou threw four strikeouts and only allowed four hits to get past him in the close win over Mountain View on the road.
MURRAY 10, OREM 0: Murray got up on the board in four of the first five innings to cruise past Orem. Spencer Downs pitched the shutout victory, while Zach Collins knocked one out of the park and Kolton Larsen doubled to lead the home team.
PROVO 13, TIMPVIEW 3: Provo plated runs in all five innings as the Bulldogs blew past Timpview on the road.
WASATCH 9, SPRINGVILLE 5: Makord Larsen pitched the win on the mound, and Wasatch recorded 16 hits on the afternoon to secure a playoff spot ahead of the upcoming state tournament.
PAYSON 9, RICHFIELD 1: Seth Sorensen pitched a complete game, giving up just three hits and one run while fanning 10 Richfield batters to lead Payson to the win.
PAYSON 13, RICHFIELD 1: Payson blew past Richfield in the second game of a doubleheader to capture the Region 12 crown for the first time in at least 20 years. Jace Carter's double set the pace for the home team in the win.
JUAB 6, CARBON 4: The Wasps held on to an early 4-3 lead.
CARBON 6, JUAB 2: Dillon Lowe nailed a triple as the Dinos brought four runs across the plate in the fourth inning.
GUNNISON 15, NORTH SUMMIT 2: Gunnison rallied for 11 runs in the top of the third to blow past North Summit on the road. Marc McArthur smashed two homers while Clay Mellor added two doubles to power Gunnison in the win.
UINTAH 5, CARBON 1: After a scoreless first half, Uintah scored five second half goals en route to the easy 3A first round victory over Carbon.
PINE VIEW 7, GRANTSVILLE 0: Pine View jumped out and netted five first-half goals to cruise past Grantsville in the first round of the 3A Playoffs. Michael Cardenas and Braden Johnston each scored two goals to power the home team in the win.
CEDAR 1, STANSBURY 0: Michael Briano netted the lone goal of the match while Kaeland Osborn earned the shutout between the posts to help Cedar edge Stansbury, snapping the Stallions' nine-game winning streak, in the first round of the 3A Playoffs.
PARK CITY 5, NORTH SANPETE 0: Park City netted three goals in the opening half and added two more in the second half to cruise past North Sanpete in the first round of the 3A Playoffs. Gunnar Stray-Gunderson's two scores set the pace for the Miners in the win.
DIXIE 3, BEAR RIVER 1: The Flyers held on to a 2-0 halftime lead to advance.
JUAN DIEGO 12, RICHFIELD 0: Juan Diego found the back of the net 12 times in the first half alone to blow past Richfield in the opening round of the 3A Playoffs. Michael DiGeronimo and Andrew Montoya each recorded a hat trick in the win.
SNOW CANYON 2, BEN LOMOND 1: The Warriors used two late goals -- one by Angel Muniz in the 59th minute and the other by Chase Jenkins in the 66th minute -- to earned the win in the first round of the 3A state tournament.
DAVIS 2, LAYTON 0: Tyler Bishop preserved the shutout in goal for Davis, and also recorded an assist to help the Darts cruise to a much needed region win.
VIEWMONT 11, DAVIS 5: Amanda Varley cracked two homers while Caitlyn Larsen and Collette West each added a home run of their own to lead Viewmont past Davis. Eliza Thornley pitched the win and doubled in the win.
SYRACUSE 10, NORTHRIDGE 0: Syracuse scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to blank Northridge at home. Cassidy Besinger smashed a triple and a home run while Alex Valencia picked up the win from the circle to lead the home team in the shutout victory.
LAYTON 7, FREMONT 5: Layton picked up a decisive region victory at home despite recording just five hits to Fremont's 11 hits on the afternoon.
WEST 8, GRANGER 5: West scored all eight of its runs in the fifth and sixth innings to knock off Granger on the road. Rayna Aiono smacked a double and a homer, while Shayna Alofipo pitched the win to lead the Panthers.
HUNTER 6, TAYLORSVILLE 4
COTTONWOOD 8, HILLCREST 4: Cottonwood plated six runs in the first two innings and held on the rest of the way to knock off Hillcrest on the road. Berkley Mitchell cracked two doubles while Katie Lujan picked up the win from the circle to lead the Colts.
ALTA 15, BRIGHTON 0: Alta did all of its damage in the first four innings to blow past Brighton at home. Brittni Chase and Karsten Williams each doubled, while Brooke Vanderheide pitched the win to power the Hawks.
HERRIMAN 9, LONE PEAK 5: Mikaela Thompson and Ashlyn Visser each smacked a triple on the afternoon, as Herriman managed to slip past Lone Peak at home.
LEHI 10, AMERICAN FORK 0: Lehi scored nine of its 10 runs in the first two innings to blow past American Fork at home. Seven of the Pioneers' 13 hits went for extra bases, three of which went yard, in the shutout victory. Rylin Roberts, Taylor Tahbo and Sydney White all homered for the home team.
SKY VIEW 12, LOGAN 6: Dakota Green pitched the win on the mound, and also pitched the win on the mound to help Sky View to a much needed region victory on the road.
BOX ELDER 16, OGDEN 2
WOODS CROSS 23, HIGHLAND 7: Woods Cross plated 23 runs on 22 hits in its dismantling road victory over Highland. Mannie Johnson doubled and homered, while Maddie Sorensen doubled and pitched the win to anchor the Wildcats.
EAST 15, KEARNS 0: East plated 10 runs in the fifth inning to cruise past Kearns at home. Michelle Thomas picked up the win from the circle for the home team.
MURRAY 10, CORNER CANYON 4: Murray erupted for six runs in the top of the seventh to get past Corner Canyon on the road. Erin Hohnholt tripled and pitched the win to lead the Spartans.
PROVO 11, WASATCH 9: Wasatch rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh to send the game to extra innings, but Provo was too much to handle as the Bulldogs held on to edge Wasatch. Emily Allman doubled and pitched the win to anchor Provo in the win.
SALEM HILLS 4, SPANISH FORK 2: Salem Hills got three runs across the plate in the fifth and sixth innings to top Spanish Fork on the road. Kirtlin Bohling pitched the win for the Skyhawks.
DUCHESNE 15, ROCKWELL 0: Melissa Robinson didn't allow a hit or a run while Mashaylee Giles went yard and Kaylie Grant and Darion Morlan each doubled to lead Duchesne to the shutout victory over Rockwell.
ROWLAND HALL 15, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Rachel Nelson pitched a perfect game and fanned five LCA batters through three innings to help Rowland Hall top Layton Christian at home. Nelson also homered while Eileen Hopf doubled to spark the home team at the plate.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 18, PARK CITY 0: Courtney Lewis pitched a no-hitter through four innings of work to help ALA blow past Park City on the road.
MILLARD 7, SOUTH SEVIER 5: Millard rallied for five runs in the bottom of the seventh to come away with the narrow victory over South Sevier. Cheryl Stephenson smacked a walk-off home run in the seventh to give the Eagles the win. Sami Lindgren homered twice in the loss.Comment on this story
TIMPANOGOS 9, TIMPVIEW 8: Timpanogos plated five runs in the top of the first inning and held on the rest of the way to pick up the road win over Timpview. Jade Kaplar cleared the fences while Kennedy Bramall pitched the win for the Timberwolves.
BINGHAM 7, WEST JORDAN 6
EMERY 18, GUNNISON 17: Emery rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh and held-off a late, seventh-inning rally from Gunnison to pick up the narrow victory. Gentry Noyes smacked two doubles while Hailee Beckstead homered to power the Spartans at the plate. Ashton Bell picked up the win on the mound.
NORTH SEVIER 10, BEAVER 2: Kaylie Yardley struck out eight Beaver batters Thursday afternoon to help the home side to the win.