Michelle Tessier, Deseret News
FREMONT 6, SYRACUSE 1: Six different players contributed a goal in the Region 1 victory over Syracuse.
RIVERTON 3, HERRIMAN 1: Hailey Skolmoski led the Silverwolves with two goals as Riverton defeated Herriman in region play.
LEHI 1, PLEASANT GROVE 1: The Region 4 matchup ended in a tie.
BONNEVILLE 4, LOGAN 2: Bailee Wooden scored twice to pace Bonneville as it topped Logan.
SKY VIEW 3, ROY 2: Beth Larson's goal in the second half was the difference-maker as Sky View topped Roy. Hailey Nield and Kilee Lamb also scored for the Bobcats, while Amber Bischoff and Allie Scadlock contributed goals for the Royals in defeat.
WOODS CROSS 10, CYPRUS 0: Woods Cross scored all of their goals in the first half to secure the huge victory over Cyprus. Kennedy Yost led the attack with four goals while teammate Kyra Fawcett added a hat trick. Rachel Noel earned the shutout between the posts.
EAST 1, CLEARFIELD 0: Nell Stevens knocked in the lone goal for the Leopards in the region victory over Clearfield.
MURRAY 5, MOUNTAIN VIEW 4: The Spartans edged Mountain View by one goal in the hard-fought region match. Katie Valdez led Murray with two goals while Alecia Robinson and Gentry Oldham each knocked in two in the loss.
TIMPANOGOS 1, SKYLINE 0: In a rematch of the 2013 4A state championship game, Timpanogos once again came away with a one-goal victory. Jordyn Chung-Hoon was responsible for the score, while Carly Nelson got the clean sheet in goal.
TIMPVIEW 3, SALEM HILLS 2: Kesley Rumsey knocked in two goals for the Thunderbirds in the narrow win over Salem Hills.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 5, SPANISH FORK 0: Elise Flake paced Maple Mountain with two goals as it dominated Spanish Fork. Chloe Martin, Brinley Nelson, and Ally Vaught added scores for the Golden Eagles in the shutout. Brooke McCluskey got the clean sheet in goal.
WASATCH 1, PROVO 0: Hayden Olsen kicked the lone goal for the Wasps while Torri Bills earned the shutout between the posts. The win marks the 200th girls soccer Wasatch victory for head coach Dawain Wheatley.
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