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High school sports: Monday's roundup

Published: Tuesday, Aug. 4 2015 9:02 p.m. MDT

Davis' Gage Cook is tagged out at second by American Fork's Zac Haws  in 5A State baseball in Kaysville  Wednesday, May 16, 2012.  (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Davis' Gage Cook is tagged out at second by American Fork's Zac Haws in 5A State baseball in Kaysville Wednesday, May 16, 2012. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

Baseball

NONREGION

DAVIS 10, MORGAN 0: Davis easily defeated Morgan at home as Kaden Day and Bronson Larsen had doubles. Gage Cook earned the win on the mound for the Darts.

MANTI 4, JUAB 1: Manti was too much for Juab in extra innings. Jamen Miller had a triple for the Templars.

SKYLINE 13, PROVO 1: Skyline beat Provo handily as Spencer Vincent and Coleman Gerdes threw a combined no-hitter.

FREMONT 5, CLEARFIELD 0: Fremont held Clearfield scoreless thanks in large part to Levi Musselman who earned the victory on the mound.

NORTH SUMMIT 11, BEN LOMOND 2: North Summit dominated Ben Lomond after scoring nine runs in the third and fourth inning. Todd Wayment was solid for the Braves as he hit a double and a triple.

Softball

STANSBURY 4, COPPER HILLS 3: Stansbury scored a run in the sixth inning to propel it ahead of visiting Copper Hills. Katelyn Robinson had a double for the Stallions.

BONNEVILLE 9, OLYMPUS 3: Bonneville defeated Olympus behind solid play while at-bat. Cortney Porter and Andy Hancock each hit a home run for the Lakers.

TAYLORSVILLE 10, ALTA 9: In a back-and-forth game, Taylorsville came out on top after scoring two runs in the final inning while Alta only managed one run in the final inning. Aubrey Kilpack and Caitlin Littleford each hit home runs for the Warriors.

HUNTER 11, NORTHRIDGE 8: Hunter defeated Northridge in a high-scoring bout. Three players hit home runs for Hunter, including Corrine Cleaverly who also added a double.

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