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High school sports roundup for Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Published: Tuesday, May 7 2013 10:55 p.m. MDT

Herriman's Ashley Shetler celebrates scoring a run as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-3. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Herriman's Ashley Shetler celebrates scoring a run as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-3. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

Baseball

REGION 1

LAYTON 6, FREMONT 4: Caleb Harrop struck out 10 batters to earn the win on the mound. Jaden Trujillo was 2-for-2 with a double and a triple and had two RBIs.

SYRACUSE 4, DAVIS 2: Jordan Cobabe pitched the complete-game victory to lead Syracuse past Davis in region play. Jake Groberg led the Titans from the plate with a triple.

REGION 2

VIEWMONT 2, GRANGER 0: The Vikings scored their two runs in the bottom of the second to edge Granger in region play. Isaac Evans struck out 12 batters in six innings for the win on the mound, and Matt Burt struck out two batters with the save.

TAYLORSVILLE 21, HUNTER 3: Taylorsville tallied 22 hits in the Region 2 victory over Hunter. Kyle Hoffman contributed a double and pitched the win on the mound.

Salem Hills' Ashley Whiting sizes up the pitch as Kelly Ormsby readies for the catch and Emily Allman prepares for the hit as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Salem Hills' Ashley Whiting sizes up the pitch as Kelly Ormsby readies for the catch and Emily Allman prepares for the hit as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

WEST 7, KEARNS 6: West scored five runs in the third inning, and held on to earn the region victory over Kearns. Parker DePasquale and Adam Ely each cracked doubles, while Mitchell Imamura earned the win from the hill for the Panthers.

REGION 3

COPPER HILLS 6, COTTONWOOD 5: In a battle for playoff seeding in Region 3, Copper Hills held off Cottonwood to inch within a game of clinching the No. 3 seed. Jake Boyd and Cody Brumley both doubled in the win for the Grizzlies.

ALTA 18, WEST JORDAN 5: Jesse Emery, Chipper Lucero, and Cole Myers each hit a triple for the Hawks while Mitchell Page picked up the win on the mound. In the loss, Devin Miner hit a double and a home run.

JORDAN 11, BRIGHTON 3: Mark James contributed a double for the Beetdiggers in the Region 3 victory over Brighton. Mason Krueger and Colton Shaver each smacked a home run, while Jacob Dirkson picked up the win on the mound.

Ashley Whiting makes contact against Provo as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Ashley Whiting makes contact against Provo as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

REGION 4

RIVERTON 4, AMERICAN FORK 3: Tanner Draper earned the win on the mound in the Region 4 victory over American Fork.

BINGHAM 6, LEHI 1: Bingham's Brennon Lund earned the win on the hill as the Miners cruised past Lehi. Nolan Padilla had the only extra-base hit in the game for the Pioneers in the loss.

PLEASANT GROVE 5, LONE PEAK 4: Easton Walker contributed a double and picked up the win on the mound in the narrow victory over Lone Peak.

REGION 5

LOGAN 4, MOUNTAIN CREST 3: Logan held off Mountain Crest to claim the Region 5 title with one game remaining.

BONNEVILLE 9, BOX ELDER 6: Bonneville's Dakota Buckway slugged a home run, and also earned the win from the mound to power the Lakers over Box Elder.

Skyhawk Ashley Whiting takes off toward first as the Provo catcher bounces to the ball as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawk Ashley Whiting takes off toward first as the Provo catcher bounces to the ball as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

REGION 6

BOUNTIFUL 1, CYPRUS 0: Ryan Stringfellow's RBI-single in the first inning helped Bountiful outlast Cyprus. Ricky Medrano pitched his second consecutive two-hitter, while also fanning nine batters to earn the victory on the mound for the Braves.

WOODS CROSS 12, EAST 9: Kyle Peay and Brady Cowley both went 3-for-3 from the plate, and Jake Kocherhans pitched the win on the mound in the Woods Cross region victory.

REGION 7

WESTLAKE 8, HERRIMAN 2: Jake Mayer pitched the complete-game victory with six strikeouts, as the Thunder rolled past Herriman in region play. Bronson Butcher smashed a homer, while Brycson Christensen and Zach Tyson each roped doubles to power Westlake's offense.

Herriman players share a laugh as they play Murray on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Herriman players share a laugh as they play Murray on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

OLYMPUS 4, SKYLINE 3:

MURRAY 13, HILLCREST 0: McKade Jangard picked up the win on the mound in the victory over Hillcrest.

REGION 8

SALEM HILLS 7, MOUNTAIN VIEW 6: Colton Hill was 3-for-4 from the plate, contributing a double, a triple, and three RBIs. Garrett McEwan picked up the win on the mound, and the SkyHawks secured the Region 8 championship.

TIMPANOGOS 8, TIMPVIEW 4: The Timberwolves had nine extra-base hits in the region win over Timpview. Ryan Morin, Trent Oviatt, and CJ Schroeppel each contributed two doubles, while McKay Swope smacked a home run.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 9, PROVO 5: Kade Poulsen went 4-for-4 and had four RBIs to help the Golden Eagles edge Provo. Arik Mack picked up the win on the mound.

Herriman's pitcher Bryce Taylor swings on a pitch as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Herriman's pitcher Bryce Taylor swings on a pitch as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

NONREGION

WASATCH 5, BEAR RIVER 3: Taggart Baxter went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and two triples to lead the Wasps past Bear River. Jaxon Hermansen earned the win from the mound for Wasatch.

UINTAH 4, OGDEN 0: Braiden Labrum led the Utes on the mound, and smacked a double in the win over Ogden.

Boys soccer

REGION 1

FREMONT 4, NORTHRIDGE 1: Van Jacobson, Jordan Preator, Brayden Searle, and Levi Tams each found the back of the net once in the Region victory over Northridge.

LAYTON 0, WEBER 0: The top teams in Region 1 played to a draw after two periods of extra time.

Murray's Emma Noble makes a sliding stop on the ball as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Murray's Emma Noble makes a sliding stop on the ball as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

REGION 2

VIEWMONT 2, HUNTER 1: The Vikings handed the Wolverines their first region loss of the season.

TAYLORSVILLE 2, WEST 0: Jaden Brewer and Eduardo Munoz netted the Taylorsville goals, while Kellar Sirstins recorded the shutout in the region matchup.

GRANGER 5, KEARNS 0: Uriel Heredia netted a pair of goals, and Jose Perez recorded the shutout to lift Granger over visiting Kearns.

REGION 3

COPPER HILLS 5, JORDAN 0: Connor Thompson had a hat trick, and Copper Hills capitalized on a 2-0 lead at the half to pick up the region win. Keaton Gallegos recorded the shutout.

BRIGHTON 5, WEST JORDAN 1: Brighton took a 4-0 lead at the break and cruised the rest of the way to defeat West Jordan. Five different players scored for the Bengals.

Herriman's Alexis Duncan swings on a pitch as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Herriman's Alexis Duncan swings on a pitch as Murray and Herriman play Tuesday, May 7, 2013. Herriman won 5-2. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News)

ALTA 2, COTTONWOOD 1: Connor Sheffield and Marshall Miller found the back of the net for Alta, as the Hawks improved to 14-2-0 on the season.

REGION 5

LOGAN 1, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Jose Beto Rincon kicked the only goal of the game to secure the win for Logan. Sean Lyne earned credit for the shutout.

ROY 5, BOX ELDER 1: Noah Jorgensen netted a hat trick, and Roy used a 2-0 advantage at the half to skip past Box Elder.

BONNEVILLE 4, SKY VIEW 3: Chandler Baddley netted his third goal of the day in the second overtime to help lift Bonneville over Sky View. Joan Garcia Morell also scored in the Lakers' win.

REGION 6

Skyhawk Kenzie Martin touches home for the only run of the game as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawk Kenzie Martin touches home for the only run of the game as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

CYPRUS 3, CLEARFIELD 2: Jarom Farnsworth led the Pirates with two goals in the overtime win against Clearfield.

EAST 1, HIGHLAND 0: Daniel Rhondeau had the lone goal for East in the win. Leo Naranjo and Phillip Padilla each earned credit for the shutout.

REGION 7

HILLCREST 2, SKYLINE 1: Hillcrest scored a goal in each half to earn the road victory over Skyline.

OLYMPUS 2, WESTLAKE 2: The game ended in a tie after two overtimes.

MURRAY 1, HERRIMAN 0: Sean Speirs finally got a shot past Herriman goal-keeper Jake Sollis as the Spartans edged out the Mustangs. Tanner Critchfield recorded the shutout in the win.

REGION 8

SHHS catcher Kaylee Simons squeezes a strike as Provo's Eleanor Talia checks the position as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) SHHS catcher Kaylee Simons squeezes a strike as Provo's Eleanor Talia checks the position as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

TIMPVIEW 4, SALEM HILLS 3: Seth Santiago found the back of the net with twenty seconds remaining to give Timpview the region victory over Salem Hills.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1, PROVO 0: Hunter Woods found the back of the net in the final minute of the match to lift Maple Mountain over Provo. Spencer Young recorded the shutout between the posts for the Golden Eagles.

TIMPANOGOS 1, SPRINGVILLE 0: Griffin Bodine netted the lone goal for Timpanogos, courtesy of a David Enciso assist in the starting minutes of the game.

OREM 5, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Orem's Daniel Corbett assisted both of Ethan Blanchard's goals, while splitting the pipes for two scores of his own.

Softball

REGION 1

Skyhawk first baseman Kenzie Martin (foreground) and right fielder Alex Oveson (background) ready themselves for the swing of a Provo batter as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawk first baseman Kenzie Martin (foreground) and right fielder Alex Oveson (background) ready themselves for the swing of a Provo batter as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

FREMONT 10, SYRACUSE 7: Maisie Hobbs, Dina Stewart, and Jessee Wilson each added a double to the Silver Wolves' 13 hits. Peyton Garner picked up the win on the mound in the Region 1 victory.

DAVIS 8, LAYTON 2: Cheyenne Norton, along with hitting two doubles, pitched the win for Davis in the Region 1 victory.

WEBER 12, NORTHRIDGE 0: Hali Bennion and Paige Phalen each hit a double as a part of the Warriors' 12 hits. McKenna Bull picked up the win in the circle and contributed three RBIs.

REGION 2

TAYLORSVILLE 15, WEST 0: Karlee Jensen and Cami Mathews each hit a double and a home run, as Taylorsville blanked West in three innings to take the shutout victory.

GRANGER 19, KEARNS 7:

Skyhawk Annalee Castleberry finishes her swing in the bottom of the second inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawk Annalee Castleberry finishes her swing in the bottom of the second inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

VIEWMONT 9, HUNTER 5: Amanda Varley roped a double and a triple while Eliza Thornley pitched the win from the circle to lead Viewmont past Hunter. Caitlin Pehrson tripled in the Wolverines' loss.

REGION 3

COPPER HILLS 6, BRIGHTON 1: Ashley Clayson smacked a double for the Grizzlies while teammate Rashelle North earned credit for the win in the circle.

WEST JORDAN 16, COTTONWOOD 1: West Jordan scattered 15 hits and scored 16 runs in four innings to blow past Cottonwood. Kristin Ordiway pitched the win for the Jaguars while Amanda Bybee roped a double.

ALTA 11, JORDAN 0: Alta put 5-spots up on the board in the third and fifth innings as the Hawks soared over Jordan. Brittni Chase led Alta with a double while Brooke Vander Heide picked up the win from the circle.

Skyhawks are down and ready for a Provo hitter as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawks are down and ready for a Provo hitter as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

REGION 4

RIVERTON 4, AMERICAN FORK 2: Camree Wartman went 3-for-3, as Riverton held off American Fork to wrap up Region 4 play with a 7-3 record.

LONE PEAK 3, LEHI 2: Both teams went scoreless through six innings, and then managed to each score two runs in the seventh. Lone Peak would pick up the game-winning run in the top of the eighth.

BINGHAM 11, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Paige Reimann picked up the win on the mound, and also hit a double and a triple to lead Bingham past visiting Pleasant Grove.

REGION 5

BONNEVILLE 3, SKY VIEW 2: Andrea Hancock earned credit for the win on the mound, and also contributed a double to the Braves' cause.

Ashley Whiting readies for the play on May 7 as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Ashley Whiting readies for the play on May 7 as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

BOX ELDER 5, ROY 1: Karly Bunderson smacked a triple, and three Box Elder girls added doubles to help the Bees improve to 14-0 in region play.

MOUNTAIN CREST 7, LOGAN 3: Tessa Sorensen smacked a home run and had two RBIs for the Mustangs in the Region 5 victory. Jordan Smith picked up the win in the circle.

REGION 6

WOODS CROSS 4, CYPRUS 1: Woods Cross rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh and held on to defeat Cyprus in region play. Madison Sorensen roped a double and Hanalee Robinson pitched the win from the circle to lead the Wildcats.

BOUNTIFUL 10, CLEARFIELD 0: Belle Stoddard cracked a grand slam and picked up the win from the circle as Bountiful cruised past Clearfield. Payton Hart also went 3-for-3 at the plate and made some key defensive stops to lead the Braves.

Salem Hills Kirtlyn Bohling singles past Provo second baseman Megan Ventura in the fourth inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Salem Hills Kirtlyn Bohling singles past Provo second baseman Megan Ventura in the fourth inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

EAST 12, HIGHLAND 3: Kuea Angilau slugged a pair of home runs, and East used a seven run second inning to cruise past Highland.

REGION 7

HERRIMAN 5, MURRAY 2: Bryce Taylor only allowed two runs on four hits as Herriman clinched the Region 7 title with a solid road victory against Murray. Taylor went 2 for 4 at the plate to help her own cause, while Ashley Shetler and Alexis Duncan each went 2 for 3.

OLYMPUS 21, HILLCREST 1: Haylee Eskelson contributed a double and two home runs for the Titans in the Region 7 victory. Teammate Niki Eskelson added a double, and kept the Huskies to one run in the circle.

REGION 8

TIMPANOGOS 7, OREM 3:

SALEM HILLS 1, PROVO 0: Salem Hills took the inside track to winning the Region 8 crown with a hard fought victory over visiting Provo. Kirtlyn Bohling earned the win with 13 Ks while surrendering only four hits in the shutout victory.

Skyhawk second baseman Kenzie Cowden readies the throw for the first out of the seventh inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson) Skyhawk second baseman Kenzie Cowden readies the throw for the first out of the seventh inning as Salem Hills and Provo face each other Tuesday. Salem Hills won 1-0. (Janae Oveson)

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 14, TIMPVIEW 1: Maple Mountain scored 11 runs in the second inning to secure the Region 8 victory over Timpview.

REGION 14

SUMMIT ACADEMY 11, NORTH SUMMIT 6: CheyAnne Dahl picked up the win on the mound, and also hit a triple in the victory.

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