High school girls soccer: Thursday's roundup

Published: Friday, Sept. 7 2012 9:00 a.m. MDT

Roundup of Thursday's high school girls soccer action:


GRAND 5, RICHFIELD 1: Grand remained perfect on the season as Amanda Sheets scored four goals to spearhead the easy win over Richfield.

GUNNISON 4, SOUTH SEVIER 0: Gunnison scored four goals in the second half, including three from Miranda Wilcox, as the Bulldogs won the their first game of the season.


MAESER PREP 3, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Hannah Leavitt picked up the shutout as Maeser Prep improved to 2-1 with the victory over South Summit. Andi Decker, Savannah See and Dallyn Clubb all scored for Maeser Prep.

WATERFORD 5, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Caroline Coats dished out two assists and scored a goal while Mitsu Miyashima scored twice and had an assist for the Ravens.

ROWLAND HALL 4, LEGACY PREP 1: Jess Sterrett booted two goals to propel Rowland Hall to its first win of the year.

ST. JOSEPH 5, SUMMIT ACADEMY 1: Deija Trujillo, Mia Lovato, Kallie Kashiwaeda, Amanda Higgs and Kate Wil all scored goals as 2A's top-ranked Jayhawks handed first-year Summit Academy its first loss of the season.


AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 2, BEAVER 0: Mauriana Staheli scored both ALA goals to lead the Eagles over Beaver in 2A West play.


WEBER 4, SYRACUSE 0: Shalee Davis record two goals and an assist, while Kelsi Tatton chipped in with a goal and an assist to lead Weber to the victory over Syracuse.

DAVIS 2, FREMONT 1: Davis' Melanie Ostler tied the score in the second half, and then Kennedy Lawes knocked in the golden goal in the second overtime to lift the Darts over the Silver Wolves.

LAYTON 4, NORTHRIDGE 1: Haylee Elmore scored a pair of goals, while Jayne Robinson and Martina Facer chipped in with a goal each to lead the Lancers to their first region win of the year.


TAYLORSVILLE 8, GRANGER 0: Abi Black, Natasha Howard and Natasha DeBenedictis all scored a pair of goals as Taylorsville easily blanked Granger for the region victory.

VIEWMONT 3, WEST 1: The Vikings took over in the first half, establishing a two-goal lead before the midpoint. Ella Johnson, Heidi Lorscheider and Madison Mitamura each scored for Viewmont.


COPPER HILLS 2, WEST JORDAN 0: Melissa Mcnich and Tanesha Short both scored goals to lead Copper Hills to its first region win of the year.

JORDAN 1, COTTONWOOD 0: Tori Smith took advantage of a bounce off the crossbar to post the lone goal for the Beetdiggers who won their first region game of the year.

ALTA 3, BRIGHTON 2: No. 1 Alta remained unbeaten as Madie Lyons scored the game-winner on an open goal against rival Brighton in second half stoppage time.


PLEASANT GROVE 2, RIVERTON 1: Lucy Borland and Taylor Kirk helped Pleasant Grove improve to 9-0-0 on the season with a narrow victory over Riverton.

LONE PEAK 2, AMERICAN FORK 0: A pair of first half goals, including one from Courtney Hair, helped Lone Peak hold off visiting American Fork for its first region win of the season.

BINGHAM 5, LEHI 0: BYU commit Carla Swenson scored two goals and assisted two more to spark the Miners on the road.


HIGHLAND 2, CLEARFIELD 1: Megan Bolding scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner in the second half as the Rams picked up their first region victory against Clearfield.

WOODS CROSS 11, CYPRUS 0: Aliyah Miller scored four goals, while Faith Rohwer, Ashlyn Farnes and Kyra Fawcett scored two each to lead Woods Cross to the lopsided victory over Cyprus.

BOUNTIFUL 2, EAST 0: Morgan Cook and Sophia Skedros provided the assists for the Braves in the shutout win over East.


SKYLINE 6, HERRIMAN 1: Ashley Aberton, Holly Daugirda and Jaslyn Masina scored two goals each as Skyline easily beat Herriman to improve to 3-0 in region play.

WESTLAKE 1, MURRAY 1: Keaii Iongi put the Thunder on the board early, and then Murray rallied with a second-half goal to lock up the score. The Region 7 foes played to a tie, each preventing the other from grabbing their first region win.

HILLCREST 2, OLYMPUS 0: Audrey Kriss and Nicole Jessen split the shutout as Hillcrest earned another region victory.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 3, SALEM HILLS 2: Olivia Hoddy scored two goals and Gentry Oldham added another, as Mountain View knocked off Salem Hills in a game that entered a lengthy lightning delay. Mariah Sainsbury and Erica Egbert scored for Salem Hills.

TIMPANOGOS 3, PROVO 0: Jordan Chung-Hoon had two assists, and Carly Nelson saved a penalty kick to preserve the shutout for the Timberwolves.

TIMPVIEW 3, OREM 1: Three different players -- Kesley Rumsy, Lindsee Moffat and Ciera Beaumont -- all knocked in goals for the T-Birds for the road victory.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 3, SPRINGVILLE 2: Mickelle Hamilton scored twice in the first half for Maple Mountain, and then Kaitlyn Bailey knocked in the go-ahead goal eight minutes into the second half to lift the Golden Eagles.


DESERT HILLS 2, HURRICANE 1: McKenna Ott started the scoring for Desert Hills in the first half and Brittany Terry found the net for the win.

PINE VIEW 1, CEDAR 0: The ball went from Courtney Honeycut's corner kick to Janzen Morgan's head and into the goal to give Pine View the only score of the game and the region win.

SNOW CANYON 3, DIXIE 2: Lauren Smith, Kyleigh Wittwer and Kaylee Brooks all scored second half goals to lead Snow Canyon to the region victory as it improved to 7-1 on the season.


WASATCH 1, JUAN DIEGO 0: Wasp freshman Ella Ballsteade had the assist while defenders Taylor Firth and Linzie Hills held Soaring Eagle standout Emily Bruder to one clear shot on goal in the region victory.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 2, UNION 0: Sarah Peterson and Paige Brimley both found the back of the net in the second half as Judge Memorial hit the road for its first region victory of the year.

PARK CITY 1, UINTAH 0: Rachael Papez's second half goal helped unbeaten Park City eke out the region victory over Uintah as the Miners improved to 6-0-2 on the season.


OGDEN 5, MORGAN 0: Avery Calton accounted for two goals and Kelsey East earned the shutout to lead the Tigers on the road.

STANSBURY 8, GRANTSVILLE 0: Bret Wilkinson scored three goals, and Michaela Didericksen added a pair to lead Stansbury to the easy victory over region rival Grantsville.

BEN LOMOND 8, TOOELE 0: Baylee Roche scored a whopping four goals and Kenzie Abbot had a hat trick as the Scots smashed the Buffaloes. Leanza Driscoll recorded the shutout for Ben Lomond.

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