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High school sports: Thursday's roundup

Published: Thursday, April 4 2013 11:12 p.m. MDT

Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal with teammates against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal with teammates against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

Baseball

REGION 10

PARK CITY 14, UINTAH 3: Park City had big first and third innings as it scored seven runs in each inning. Cole Tan cruised on the mound as he picked up the victory for the Miners.

REGION 11

STANSBURY 10, MORGAN 0: Stansbury easily defeated Morgan as three of its players had triples. Cody Barkdull led the way for the Stallions as he had a double and a triple while teammate Jackson Clausing threw the shutout.

REGION 13

ENTERPRISE 14, MILFORD 6: Enterprise scored 11 runs between the second and third inning as it cruised past Milford. Dustin Tullis was the winning pitcher for the Wolves.

Alta's Kris Kambouris and Brighton's Matt Coffey get tangled up in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Alta's Kris Kambouris and Brighton's Matt Coffey get tangled up in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

NONREGION

OGDEN 6, NORTH SUMMIT 3: J.J. Stein had a solid outing as he hit a home run and a triple to help Ogden score six runs and earn the victory. Kameron Laird was the winning pitcher for the Tigers.

ROY 5, WEBER 4: Braxton Patton carried Roy as he was the winning pitcher and helped his own cause by hitting a double.

HILLCREST 7, GRANGER 3: Trailing by two going into the bottom of the fourth inning, Hillcrest scored three runs in the fourth inning to go ahead followed by a four-run fifth inning which sealed the deal. VJ Vincon was solid on the mound for HIllcrest in its victory.

PLEASANT GROVE 15, DAVIS 8: The Vikings scored seven runs in the first inning to cruise past the Darts.

SPANISH FORK 6, TAYLORSVILLE 5: In a 12-inning game, Spanish Fork came out on top with a run in the bottom of the 12th inning. Braxton Argyle had an RBI on four hits while Cortlen Nielsen and Cooper Beck each had two hits apiece for the Dons.

Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

Boys soccer

2A EAST

MANTI 10, NORTH SEVIER 0: Alvaro Cardenas and Juan Frutos led Manti's explosive yet balanced scoring attack as they each recorded a hat trick. Weston Warnock added two goals to the Templars' cause in their victory.

GUNNISON 3, GRAND 1: Gunnison had two first half goals and added another in the second half for good measure as it defeated Grand. Diego Avila had two goals for the Bulldogs while Isaias Ruiz added another.

WASATCH ACADEMY 6, SOUTH SEVIER 0: Misha Zhukov and Momo Diop each scored two goals for Wasatch Academy in its blowout victory over South Sevier.

2A NORTH

OAKLEY 8, INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 0: Garrett Bolton led the Explorers with three goals in the victory over Intermountain Christian. Zachary Kaplen earned credit for the shutout in the win.

Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Brighton's Ben Perkins celebrates his goal against Alta in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. Brighton won 1-0. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

2A WEST

MILLARD 2, PAROWAN 2: In a close matchup, the game ended in a tie. The game was tied 1-1 at the half while each team added a goal in the second half.

MERIT ACADEMY 4, BEAVER 1: Theo Cazarez found the back of the net twice to lead the Knights in the win against Beaver. Luke Carter scored the goal for the Beavers in the loss.

REGION 1

WEBER 3, FREMONT 0: Colby Huerta, Stratton Nielsen, and Jayden Bybee each found the back of the net for the Warriors in the region win over Fremont, while Codey Albertsen earned credit for the shutout.

REGION 3

Alta's Kris Kambouris and Brighton's Matt Coffey get tangled up in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Alta's Kris Kambouris and Brighton's Matt Coffey get tangled up in prep soccer at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy on Thursday, April 4, 2013. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

BRIGHTON 1, ALTA 0: After Brighton's Matthew Coffey was fouled in the box, teammate Ben Perkins made the penalty kick to score the game's lone goal. Kolton Savage earned the shutout for the Bengals.

REGION 10

JUAN DIEGO 1, UINTAH 0: Andre Alves scored the lone goal for Juan Diego in the region win over Unitah.

NONREGION

PARK CITY 2, HILLCREST 0: Gunnar Stray-Gundersen was great offensively for Park City as he scored both of its goals. During the shutout, Casey Sederman was solid in the goal for the Miners as he had some good saves including a great save on a Hillcrest penalty kick.

Softball

REGION 12

EMERY 7, DELTA 6: Emery eked out the road victory over Delta as it scored two runs in both the fourth and fifth inning to take the lead. Ciara Edwards had a double for Delta.

REGION 13

ENTERPRISE 22, MILFORD 0: Enterprise put on a show as it easily defeated Milford. Jaycee Reber was solid for Enterprise as she threw the shutout and helped her own cause with a triple. Kaylee Christensen added a triple to the Wolves' cause.

REGION 14

SUMMIT ACADEMY 14, DUCHESNE 5: Summit Academy consistently scored on Duchesne as it earned the blowout road victory. Shania King led the way for the Bears with a double and a home run while teammate CheyAnne Dahl hit two doubles.

NONREGION

OGDEN 9, PARK CITY 0: Ogden's Chezarae Garcia shut down visiting Park City as she threw a no-hitter. Meanwhile, Ogden scored eight runs in the first two innings. Garcia helped her own cause as she hit a double while two of her teammates also hit doubles.

COPPER HILLS 7, BINGHAM 1: Copper Hills sealed the deal in its win over Bingham with a four-run sixth inning. Peyten Davies was the winning pitcher for the Grizzlies.

BONNEVILLE 2, FREMONT 1: After giving up a run in the first inning, Bonneville held Fremont scoreless and came back with two runs of its own, including a seventh inning, game-winning run. Andrea Hancock was the winning pitcher for the Lakers.

SALEM HILLS 3, SPANISH FORK 0: Kirtlyn Bohling had a great game on the mound for Salem Hills as she struck out nine batters and earned the shutout victory.

WEST JORDAN 5, HUNTER 4: After trailing for much of the game, West Jordan scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to gain the lead that it would not give back. Kaitlyn Byars was solid for the Jaguars as she had a double and a triple.

ALTA 9, PLEASANT GROVE 6: Tori Brooks hit a two RBI double in the top of the fourth to break the game open for Alta which eked out the win over Pleasant Grove. Brittni Chase was the winning pitcher for the Hawks.

SAN JUAN 3, MANTI 2: Tatianna Sue Sue had a solid game on the mound as she was the winning pitcher for San Juan. Sue Sue helped her own cause with a two-run home run while fellow Bronco Brooke Lyman had two doubles.

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