High school sports: Wednesday's boys soccer, baseball and softball results

Published: Wednesday, April 24 2013 11:25 p.m. MDT



DAVIS 13, FREMONT 0: The Darts flew past the Silver Wolves as they scored 13 runs and held the home squad from scoring any runs. Davis' Bronson Larsen was great as he hit a double and a home run.


WEST 7, VIEWMONT 3: West had 14 hits as it scored seven runs and secured the road victory. Alex Espinoza was the winning pitcher for the Panthers and he helped himself as he hit a double.

KEARNS 14, HUNTER 4: Jordan Floyd finished the game 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and RBIs, and Kearns scored runs in each inning to pick up the region victory at home.

TAYLORSVILLE 5, GRANGER 1: Jordan West picked up the win on the mound, as Taylorsville played solid defensively to improve to 6-1 in region play.


COTTONWOOD 7, BRIGHTON 3: Logan McGregor had a double and a home run, but Brighton failed to beat Cottonwood in a crucial region meeting. Tevita Gerber pitched the win on the mound for the Colts.

COPPER HILLS 6, WEST JORDAN 5: Copper Hills edged out West Jordan for the road victory, as it scored five of its six total runs in the second and third innings. Nick Heath was solid for the Grizzlies, hitting a double and a home run.

ALTA 9, JORDAN 5: Chipper Lucero led the Alta batting rotation with a double and a triple, and the Hawks moved into sole possession of second place in Region 3 with a solid outing. A five-run sixth inning for Alta was the difference in the game.


RIVERTON 9, LONE PEAK 7: Riverton built the early lead, and was able to cruise past Lone Peak despite giving up five runs in the sixth inning. Jared White slugged a home run for the Silverwolves.

BINGHAM 5, AMERICAN FORK 3: Bingham crossed home plate five times in the third inning, and held of a late American Fork rally to take a much needed region win on the road. Brennon Lund got the win on the mound for the Miners.

PLEASANT GROVE 7, LEHI 5: McKay Lewis, Easton Walker and TJ Wind each hit a double, and Pleasant Grove out hit Lehi 13-7 in a narrow region victory on the road. Cody Webb smacked a pair of doubles in the Pioneers loss.


MOUNTAIN CREST 7, BONNEVILLE 0: Ben Weese earned the win for the Mustangs.

ROY 4, BOX ELDER 1: Braxton Patton pitched the win for Roy, giving up one hit in the much need region victory at home.


OLYMPUS 12, WESTLAKE 8: Olympus hit the ball well Wednesday night, with Zac Rosin going 2-for-4 at the plate with a double and a triple in the region win. Seven of the Titans' runs came in the fifth inning.

SKYLINE 8, HILLCREST 6: After 10 innings of solid baseball, Skyline ended the game with two-runs in the final innings to avoid the upset at Hillcrest. Four Skyline players hit doubles in the battle.

MURRAY 6, HERRIMAN 2: Spencer Downs improved to 3-0 in the complete-game outing.


JUAN DIEGO 16, PARK CITY 9: Juan Diego finished the game with a six-run seventh inning to bury Park City. Easton Withers added a double and a triple, as the Soaring Eagle handed the home team its first region loss of the season.


BEAVER 8, ENTERPRISE 1: Beaver easily defeated Enterprise as it scored six runs in the second inning and coasted from there. Tanner Gale hit two doubles for the Beavers who stay undefeated and clinch Region 13 with the win.


DELTA 1, GUNNISON 0: Kale Leavitt hit a walk-off single for Delta in a closely-fought matchup. Tyler Young was the winning pitcher for the Rabbits.

Boys soccer


ROWLAND HALL 4, WATERFORD 2: The Winged Lion doubled up the Ravens on the road.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 5, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Austin Farr had a hat-trick and then some as he scored four goals and led Summit Academy to the road victory. Matt Farr recorded the shutout for the Wildcats.


MANTI 8, RICHFIELD 1: Juan Frutos and Carlos Garcia each netted a hat trick, and Manti finished undefeated in the 2A East region.

SOUTH SEVIER 4, NORTH SEVIER 1: South Sevier opened the game with three goals, and capped the game with a fourth goal in the second quarter to end a dismal season for North Sevier.


BINGHAM 3, AMERICAN FORK 1: Bingham blanked American Fork in the first half, but were unable to secure a shutout in a 3-1 win at home.

RIVERTON 3, LONE PEAK 2: In a double-overtime thriller, Tanner Sylvies scored a golden goal to give Riverton the victory. Sylvies ended with two goals while teammate Brett Smith also found the back of the net.

LEHI 2, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Innocent Twisher put Lehi on the board in the first half, and Spencer Adams sealed the region win after burying a goal in the second half of the Pioneers victory.


WASATCH 2, JUAN DIEGO 1: Trailing by one, Wasatch scored late in the first half and then midway through the second to defeat Juan Diego and stay undefeated. Hagen Bonner scored for the Wasps directly off of a corner kick while Ben Powell scored their other goal.

PARK CITY 6, UNION 0: Garrett Bullough found the back of the net twice, and Casey Sederman preserved the shutout to lift Park City over Union in region play.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 2, UINTAH 1: With the score tied at 1-1 going into overtime, Judge Memorial's Luc Steffen gave his team the victory with a golden goal. Jose Batalla scored the other goal for the Bulldogs while Haden Bunderson scored Uintah's lone goal.


STANSBURY 2, GRANTSVILLE 0: The Stallions kept the Cowboys winless in region play.


SPANISH FORK 5, DELTA 2: Dallin Bies and Ridge Payne both found the back of the net twice, and Spanish Fork continued its dominance in region play with a solid result at home.

CARBON 3, NORTH SANPETE 0: Dakota Powell and Hansol Kin were a part of all the scores for the Dinos.



CLEARFIELD 8, WOODS CROSS 1: The Falcons scored seven runs in the last two frames.


TIMPANOGOS 8, OREM 5: Margie Glenn was the spark plug that got the Timpanogos offense going, smacking a double, a triple and a home run in the region win at home.


WASATCH 20, UNION 2: Camille Cluff hit a grand slam, and Daphne Davis added a home run to lead visiting Wasatch to a region victory. Renee Fagg added a pair of doubles in the Wasps lopsided win.


STANSBURY 10, OGDEN 0: Kimbri Herring had 11 strikeouts as she earned the shutout victory for Stansbury.

BEAR RIVER 3, GRANTSVILLE 1: Brenna Hinck went 3-for-4 and had an RBI to lead Bear River to victory in a low scoring bout. Jordan Theurer was solid for the Bears as she hit a double and was the winning pitcher.


NORTH SUMMIT 19, ROWLAND HALL 3: Tess Bonham led North Summit with a pair of doubles, and the visitors crossed home plate seven times in the second and fourth innings to pick up a lopsided region win.


NORTH SANPETE 22, SKYLINE 7: Keisha Jogensen slugged a grand slam, and finished with seven RBIs to lead North Sanpete to a lopsided win at Skyline. The Hawks rallied for 12 runs in the third inning to break the game wide open.

RIVERTON 9, OLYMPUS 4: Kyrae Kogianes, Whitney Larsen and Alysa Linford all had home runs, as Riverton doubled up Olympus' hits to take the nonregion victory. Larsen also pitched the win on the mound for the Silverwolves.

GUNNISON 20, SOUTH SEVIER 10: After a furious rally, South Sevier came up just short in the loss at home. Sadee Sorensen picked up the win on the mound, and Gunnison responded with seven runs in the sixth inning to take the game.

CYPRUS 9, GRANGER 2: Cyrpus got off to a hot start as it scored in each of the first four innings and cruised to victory from there. Celeste Castelan earned the win from the mound for the Pirates.

MILLARD 7, RICHFIELD 6: Savannah Dixon drove in the game winning run in the seventh inning for Millard, and finished 3-for-3 on the night to lead the Eagles.

TOOELE 3, MORGAN 1: The Buffaloes moved to .500 in region play.

HUNTER 22, EAST 2: Caitlin Pehrson smacked three doubles, and Bailey Vigil added a home run to help Hunter cruise past East in the nonregion contest. Jorden Beutler pitched the win on the mound.

PAYSON 11, PARK CITY 1: Shaylee Larsen earned the win as the Lions scored seven runs in the fifth inning.

SALEM HILLS 3, MANTI 0: Both teams had six hits, but Amelia Weight's double was the difference for Salem Hills. Kirtlyn Bohling pitched the win on the mound, as the SkyHawks denied Manti a 10th win on the season.

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