DAVIS 14, NORTHRIDGE 0: Tyler Hall earned the win on the mound in the shutout against Northridge. Conner Blaisdell hit a triple, and Gage Cook added two doubles to the Darts' cause.
LAYTON 2, SYRACUSE 1: Layton scored two runs in the first inning which proved to be enough behind Logan Greenhalgh's arm.
VIEWMONT 4, KEARNS 0: Isaac Evans finished off the game with 12 strikeouts and only allowed four hits.
GRANGER 5, HUNTER 1: Granger finished off a tough battle against Hunter by scoring two runs in the top of the seventh inning.
TAYLORSVILLE 4, WEST 1: Taylorsville had four runs on five hits in the win over West. Jordan West only allowed two hits to get past him.
ALTA 7, COTTONWOOD 6: Alta's Cole Myers knocked out one of the park in the one run win over Cottonwood at home.
COPPER HILLS 7, BRIGHTON 0: Copper Hills' Tanner Anderson only allowed one hit in the blowout win over Brighton.
WEST JORDAN 4, JORDAN 3: After 10 innings, the Jaguars were finally able to edge the Beetdiggers in region play. Chinedu Ahanonu contributed a double for West Jordan, and Michael Mallory picked up the win on the mound. In the loss, Colton Shaver hit two doubles.
RIVERTON 11, PLEASANT GROVE 3: Jared White had a double and a homer in the win for Riverton. The 'Wolves jumped out to an early 10-1 lead in the first three innings.
BINGHAM 3, LONE PEAK 0: Bingham's Jacob Druce and Austin Florez each hit doubles in the shutout win over Lone Peak in the double-header.
AMERICAN FORK 10, LEHI 2: Elijah Aubrey, Sean Hardman, Alec Shultz, and Zac Willis each hit a triple for American Fork in the victory over Lehi. Austin Pitcher picked up the win on the mound.
ROY 6, BONNEVILLE 0: Roy's Grady Hansen ended the game with three of the eight hits. Braxton Patton and Ryder Valesquez each hit a double.
LOGAN 14, BOX ELDER 13: Chase Nelson's walk-off two-run homer lifted Logan to a wild region win over Box Elder.
CYPRUS 10, HIGHLAND 0: Cyprus Parker Loutensock hit a triple in the shutout win over Highland. Dustin Reilly only allowed two hits to get past him.
BOUNTIFUL 4, EAST 3: Ryan Curtis smacked a bases loaded 3-run RBI triple in the bottom of the seventh to push the Braves past East.
WESTLAKE 8, MURRAY 5: Jake Mayer threw a complete game getting the win while striking out 10. Several hitters had good games at the plate: Bronson Butcher 3 for 4 with a home run, two RBIs and three runs scored; Daniel Nugent was 2 for 4 with a home run, two RBIs and a run scored; Jake Mayer was 2 for 2 with a double, two walks and three runs scored.
SKYLINE 7, HERRIMAN 1: Skyline scored five runs in the sixth inning to secure the win over Herriman. Bridger Nielson picked up the win on the mound for the Eagles.
HILLCREST 11, OLYMPUS 7: Hillcrest started the game out strong by scoring five runs in the first inning. Zak Zimmerman hit two home runs. Andrew Reich also hit a home run and a double.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 10, PROVO 0: Mountain View scored four runs in the first inning and finished off the game scoring their final run in the seventh inning. Kyle Johnson and Hayden Young each hit a double.
SALEM HILLS 12, TIMPANOGOS 0: Colton Hill, along with hitting a double, pitched the shutout in the in the SkyHawks' victory over Timpanogos. Junior Centeno contributed a home run in the win.
OREM 12, TIMPVIEW 0: Orem scored 10 runs in the third inning to finish off the game. Parker Overly only allowed four hits to get past him.
CEDAR 4, PINE VIEW 3 (12 INNINGS): Rykker Tom's double and Easton Weaver's base hit got the Redmen going in the 12th inning. Brock Englestead earned the save after coming on in the 12th with bases loaded and no outs. Dakota Donovan fanned 17 batters for the Panthers.
UINTAH 12, JUDGE MEMORIAL 2: Uintah took a 10-0 lead heading into the fifth inning. Ty Ayotte hit a triple. Preston Barker, Denver Buckalew and Braxton Coonis each contributed a double.
JUAN DIEGO 7, WASATCH 6: Juan Diego earned the win in the top of the seventh inning. Alex Gudac, Joshua Kirch and Easton Withers each hit a double for the Soaring Eagle.
STANSBURY 9, GRANTSVILLE 6: Stansbury rallied in the sixth inning and then, behind a comedy of errors on behalf of Grantsville, captured a thrilling win in the 11th inning.
SPANISH FORK 14, JUAB 1: Spanish Fork had 13 hits in the victory against the Wasps. Braxton Argyle contributed two doubles, while Conner Johnson picked up the win on the mound.
PAYSON 3, NORTH SANPETE 2: Hayden Knotts pitched six innings with 11 strikeouts to give the Lions the edge they needed to win the game.
CARBON 11, DELTA 3: Carbon had three huge innings and racked up 14 hits in the win over Delta.
DIAMOND RANCH 13, MILFORD 2: Diamond Ranch's Tyler Gunderson only allowed two hits to get past him in the blowout game on the road.
GRAND 14, MONTICELLO 13: Dalton McElhaney ripped a game-winning double in the bottom of the seventh for Grand. The Devils scored eight runs in three innings to makeup for Monticello's seven run third inning.
MANTI 13, NORTH SEVIER 2: Manti made quick work against North Sevier in five innings. Seth Jenkins had a homer in the win.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 12, WASATCH ACADEMY 3: American Leadership Jake Atwood and Clayton Gessle hit triples in the blowout win over Wasatch Academy. Lincoln Henderson only allowed two hits to get past him.
GUNNISON 10, EMERY 6: Emery rallied and scored five runs in the seventh inning, but it wasn't enough, and Gunnison walked away with the win. Mason Powell picked up the win on the mound for the Bulldogs.
PARK CITY J.V. 13, SOUTH SUMMIT 5: Park City J.V. had 13 runs on nine hits in a tough battle over South Summit.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 4, ROWLAND HALL 2: Parker McVey scored twice in Summit Academy's win over the Winged Lion.
ST. JOSEPH 7, SOUTH SUMMIT 1: Adam Brodstein and David Donlevy each had two goals to lead the Jayhawks in the win against South Summit. Donlevy also had three assists for St. Joseph.
PLEASANT GROVE 2, AMERICAN FORK 1: Pleasant Grove scored both goals, courtesy of Jesus Rivas, in the second half to take the win.
LONE PEAK 1, BINGHAM 0: Ryan Morrin scored the only goal for Lone Peak in the region victory over Bingham. Bradley Clark earned credit for the shutout in the win.
RIVERTON 2, LEHI 1: Riverton's Gabriel Hatton and Collin Kollman knocked in the two goals in the win over Lehi.
WASATCH 8, UNION 0: Alex Espinoza assisted four goals as well as scoring one goal of his own in the shutout win over Union.
TOOELE 4, MORGAN 2: Despite the loss, Jakob Freestone and Camen Gray scored the goals for Morgan in a hard fought game.
PAYSON 6, NORTH SANPETE 0: Payson's Bridger Tew earned a hat trick in the win over North Sanpete.
DELTA 1, SPANISH FORK 0: Victor Almanza scored the solo goal for Delta in the shutout win over Spanish Fork.
LAYTON 8, WEBER 7: Layton finished off the Warriors, scoring three runs in the seventh inning to take the win. Raeana Gall hit two doubles. Joy Lyn Christensen added a triple.
DAVIS 8, SYRACUSE 0: Davis scored seven runs in the third and fourth innings to top Syracuse at home.
FREMONT 22, NORTHRIDGE 4: Amber Garner knocked a grand slam home run out of the park and a double in five innings of work against Northridge.
HUNTER 12, WEST 2: Bailey Vigil went 3-for-4 for three RBIs to lead Hunter to the easy region-opening victory over West.
TAYLORSVILLE 18, KEARNS 3: Maddie Cushing, Karlee Jensen, and Tasia Taylor each hit a home run for the Warriors in the region victory over Kearns. Jensen was 3-for-4 at the plate, and also contributed a double for her team, while Aseneca Lesuna earned the win on the mound.
COPPER HILLS 11, WEST JORDAN 4: Rashelle North threw seven strikeouts and only allowed six hits. Emilee Sweet and Paige Watts each knocked one out of the park in the blowout win.
ALTA 11, COTTONWOOD 1: Tori Brooks contributed a triple and a home run in the Alta victory over Cottonwood. Brittni Chase recorded the win on the mound for the Hawks. In the loss, Brittany Quent had a home run for the Colts.
LEHI 4, BINGHAM 2: Lehi scored all four runs in the third inning and Bingham never could recover.
BOX ELDER 8, SKY VIEW 2: Box Elder had four players hit extra base hits including Venessa Quintero hitting a triple and Sadie Blacker, Milly Horne and Bailey Reeves all contributing a double.
PROVO 22, TIMPANOGOS 0: Kacie Allman slugged a homer and a double in the Bulldogs' rout.
SALEM HILLS 10, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 0: Salem Hills scored six in the third inning to cruise to a run-rule win in five innings against region rival Maple Mountain. Ashley Whiting hit the only extra base hit of the game.
PINE VIEW 9, CEDAR 8: After coughing up five runs in the seventh, Pine View's Elaine Asaasa ripped a walk-off three-run homer. Keltee Shelley had two home runs in the win.
JUAN DIEGO 19, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Maddie Davis pitched the shutout for the region win against Judge Memorial. Alyssa Brusatto contributed two home runs for her team, and Paige Castro hit a grand slam.
STANSBURY 6, GRANTSVILLE 1: Stansbury won its 11th straight game and Kimbri Herring improved to 5-0 on the year.
SPANISH FORK 14, NORTH SANPETE 0: Kelsey Christensen pitched the shutout for the Dons in the region victory against North Sanpete. Brooke Davis and Cheyenne Pratt each hit a home run in the win.
JUAB 12, DELTA 2: Juab outscored Delta in the first two innings, 7-0, and continued the streak through five innings.
PAYSON 19, CARBON 1: Cailee Kelly, Makenzie Simons, and Jaisha Webb each smacked a home run for the Lions in the region win against Carbon. Shaylee Larsen, along with contributing a triple, picked up the win on the mound.
MANTI 16, NORTH SEVIER 1: Manti blew out North Sevier, scoring 13 runs in the first two innings. Elizabeth Palmer hit a triple. Takisha McFarlane, Natalie Peterson, Ashlie Stevens and Kali Thomson each hit doubles.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 21, SKYLINE 18: Summit Academy's CheyAnne Dahl was 4-for-5 with three RBIs and four runs scored in a high-scoring win over Skyline.
LOGAN 15, HILLCREST 4: Logan hit the road for an easy nonregion victory over Hillcrest.
OLYMPUS 17, JORDAN 1: Olympus shot out of the gates with a seven-run first inning and never looked back. Niki Eskelson had nine strikeouts in the win.
SOUTH SUMMIT 12, UNION 7: Abigail Peterson and McKaye Woolstenhume each contributed doubles in the win over Union.
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