High school sports: Friday's roundup

Published: Friday, March 8 2013 10:55 p.m. MST



DIXIE 10, TOOELE 0: Dixie defeated Tooele at the Pizza Hut Classic as they put on a show at the plate. Five players hit extra base hits for the Flyers including a triple by Tanner Webster. Anthony Bauman pitched four no-hit innings for the Flyers.

SALEM HILLS 1, CEDAR 0: Salem Hills' Colton Hills tossed his first career no-hitter and was one walk away from a perfect game. He finished with 13 strikeouts.

STANSBURY 7, CARBON 2: Stansbury picked up the win at the Pizza Hut Classic in Dixie over Carbon.

WASATCH 2, BEAR RIVER 1: Tate Berg hits a double in the victory over Wasatch.

STANSBURY 3, CEDAR 2: Stansbury scored three runs in the top of the seventh to stun Cedar.

SPANISH FORK 3, LAYTON 1: Spanish Fork's four pitchers, including Cortlen Nielsen, combined to strike out nine batters in the victory over Layton. The Dons' Brock Nelson hit a clutch two-RBI double in the fourth inning which proved to be the difference for the home squad.

BEAVER 7, MANTI 4: In a close game, Beaver came out on top thanks in part to Lyndon Bradshaw and Landon Smith who each hit doubles. Sam Myers was the winning pitcher for the Beavers.

BEAVER 10, ENTERPRISE 2: Tilston Bradshaw earned the win from the mound as Beaver easily defeated Enterprise at the Chuck Wagon Classic. The Beavers had a eight-run third inning which was the difference.

GUNNISON 3, RICHFIELD 1: Mason Powell led the Gunnison charge on the mound and with a big three run fourth inning the Bulldogs picked up the win.

GRAND 12, RANGELY, COLO. 1: Grand easily defeated visiting Rangely, Colo. in the Grand Tournament thanks in large part to Preston Walston. Walston not only was the winning pitcher, but he helped his cause with a homer at the plate.

GRANTSVILLE 8, DELTA 2: After a slow start to the game, Grantsville turned it on late as it scored each of its eight runs in the final three innings. Skyler Cloward hit one out of the park for the Cowboys.

SOUTH SUMMIT 11, MILFORD 0: Daxton Hansen pitched one hitter through four innings in the shutout victory for South Summit.

OREM 10, PARK CITY 3: Garrett Cook was solid for Orem in its victory as he hit a double and a triple. Brennan Cronquist earned the win on the mound for the Tigers.

SKYLINE 16, WOODS CROSS 3: Skyline blew out Woods Cross on the road as Bridger Nielson had a solid game from the mound, only allowing three runs for the home team. The Wildcats helped out the Eagles' cause by committing seven errors.

TAYLORSVILLE 7, CYPRUS 1: The Warriors scored three runs in the sixth inning to finish the game. Kyle Hoffman and Miguel Othon each had doubles.

MILLARD 18, RANGELY, COLO. 0: Dakota Bullock pitched his second career no-hitter, striking out 12 Rangely batters over just five innings.

AMERICAN FORK 5, BRIGHTON 0: American Fork picked up the shutout win over Brighton.

GRAND 6, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3: Grand was given a run for its money towards the end of this bout but it was not enough as American Leadership fell. Koi Cook was the winning pitcher for the Red Devils.

SALEM HILLS 1, CARBON 0: Salem Hills won the second game of the day in four inning shortened game because of rain.

Boys soccer


OAKLEY 6, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 0: Six players scored for Oakley in its blowout victory while Zachary Kaplen earned the shutout in the goal.


BINGHAM 6, NORTHRIDGE 1: Gage Davis led Bingham in its easy victory over Northridge with two goals. Four other Miners each added a goal for the home squad.

SALEM HILLS 8, HIGHLAND 2: Despite trailing 2-0 early, Salem Hills quickly came back as they scored the next eight goals. Michael Bracetti led the group with a hat-trick while teammate Hayden Eyre added two more to the SkyHawks' cause.

HUNTER 3, SPANISH FORK 0: Justin Motzkus recorded the shutout for the Wolverines.

RIVERTON 0, CYPRUS 0: Meldin Kokic recorded the shutout for Cyprus in the tie game while two goalies split the shutout for Riverton.

DAVIS 1, OGDEN 0: Davis started the season off on a golden note, winning in overtime over Ogden.

EAST 0, OLYMPUS 0: Olympus and East fought to the bitter end only to finish in a tie. Sam Omer recorded the shutout for the Titats.

CLEARFIELD 3, STANSBURY 2: Clearfield's Bruce Bitter scored two goals in the overtime victory. Julian Valdez knocked in the other goal for the Falcons.

COPPER HILLS 0, HERRIMAN 0: Neither team mustered any goals because of the strong play from Copper Hills' Keaton Gallegos and Herriman's Jake Sollis between the posts.

OREM 3, PLEASANT GROVE 0: After an own goal, Orem added two more from Daniel Corbett and Jake Thompson to roll past Pleasant Grove. Ben Mitchell notched the shutout.

HURRICANE 4, MILLARD 0: Koy Gubler scored two goals to lead Hurricane's offense while teammate Zack Wolselger had two assists. The Tigers' Kayden Jackson had his third straight shut out in the victory.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1, PINE VIEW 0: Jared Clawson found the back of the net in the first half, and behind the strong play of keeper Conner Lunt, it proved to be enough for Maple Mountain.

SOUTH SUMMIT 1, MAESER PREP 0: Brett Weller scored the lone goal in the second half to push South Summit past Maeser Prep. Tony Gostick earned the shutout.

MURRAY 4, LOGAN 0: Murray was solid all around as it scored four goals and held visiting Logan to none. Tanner Critchfield earned the shutout in goal.

BRIGHTON 1, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: J Jones scored Brighton's lone goal as Conner Dearden and Braedon Hickey split the shutout in the Bengal victory.

ST. JOSEPH 7, CANYON VIEW 0: Midfielders David Donlevy (three goals) and Keyanu Tate (four assists) sparked the Jayhawks offensively while goalkeeper Mitch Koehler and the St. Joseph backline dominated the Falcons. Adam Brodstein also had a goal and two assists for St. Joseph.

GRANGER 2, WEST JORDAN 1: Hector Landeroz and Marlon Alvarez each scored a goal to propel visiting Granger past West Jordan.

UINTAH 9, CARBON 1: Uintah easily defeated Carbon on the road. The Utes scored five goals in the first half and added four more in the second half.

BONNEVILLE 1, BEN LOMOND 0: Ammon Eberhard and Adan Gomez split time between the posts and in overtime Sorrie Marah broke the scoreless tie to give Bonneville the thrilling win.

ALTA 2, DIXIE 1: Despite the downpour the Hawks took the victory on the road. Connor Sheffield and Marshall Miller each knocked in a goal.

LONE PEAK 2, TIMPANOGOS 1: Lone Peak scored two quick goals in the first half to top Timpanogos.

MORGAN 2, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Neither team could pull away from one another with the game ending in a 2-2 tie.

DESERT HILLS 1, PARK CITY 1: Chase Thompson scored a goal for Desert Hills in a well-fought match that ended in a 1-1 tie.


RIVERTON 11, TOOELE 0: Kyrae Kogianes ripped two homers in the big win for Riverton.

WEBER 8, BONNEVILLE 3: Johnni Arbon and Hannah Charlton each hit a home run for Weber in its road victory over Bonneville. McKenna Bull earned the win from the mound for the Warriors.

MILLARD 10, GUNNISON 0: Millard's Meagan Dearden pitched a five-inning shutout against Gunnison while Kenlie Lemon led the offense as she went 3-for-3 from the plate including a triple.

CYPRUS 14, GRAND 12: Cyprus scored eight runs in the seventh inning and then held off a furious rally by Grand to pick up the win. Linda Minor had two homers in the loss.

SNOW CANYON 9, FREMONT 0: Snow Canyon had 11 hits compared to Fremont's three as it cruised to victory. The Silver Wolves helped the Warriors' cause by committing five errors.

SNOW CANYON 9, SPRING VALLEY, NEV. 3: Shelbee Hutchings hit two doubles to help Snow Canyon past Spring Valley, Nev. Brytni Gurney was the winning pitcher for the Warriors as she struck out three batters.

PARK CITY 9, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3: Abbie Towery had three RBIs to lead Park City to a victory. Cass Chester earned the win on the mound as she struck out nine batters.

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