VIEWMONT 4, GRANGER 1: Viewmont broke open a tie game with a run in the fourth inning, and then added a pair of insurance runs in the seventh to wrap up region play with a road win at Granger. Parker Taggart picked up the victory for the Vikings.
TAYLORSVILLE 12, HUNTER 2: The Warriors shut down the Wolverines in five innings, scoring 12 runs on nine hits. Jake Greenberg, Kyle Hoffman and Larenz Stansfield each contributed doubles.
WEST 15, KEARNS 2: Parker DePasquale connected for a triple, while Mason Abrath fanned six batters for the Panthers in the lopsided region win.
COTTONWOOD 5, COPPER HILLS 4: Cottonwood made a late run in the fifth and sixth innings, and three players hit doubles in the Colts win.
WEST JORDAN 10, ALTA 6: West Jordan denied Alta a shot at earning a share of the Region 3 title with a season-ending road victory. Alta now enters the playoffs as the No. 2 seed.
JORDAN 12, BRIGHTON 1: Jordan blew out Brighton to clinch the Region 3 championship. Conner Ogden hit a grand slam in the Beetdiggers' win.
RIVERTON 3, AMERICAN FORK 2: Riverton's Jared White hit a double to help the Silverwolves to a one-run win over American Fork.
BINGHAM 9, LEHI 3: Bingham's five-run fourth inning was the storyline in the Miners' region victory. Chase Tavonatti hit the only extra base hit for the Miners.
LONE PEAK 3, PLEASANT GROVE 2: Lone Peak wrapped up the season with a win over visiting Pleasant Grove, but the Vikings won the season series 2-1 to clinch the last playoff spot in Region 4.
MOUNTAIN CREST 9, LOGAN 7: Mountain Crest wrapped up the regular season with a solid road victory over Logan.
CLEARFIELD 2, EAST 1: With last playoff spot from Region 6 up for grabs, Clearfield earned an impressive victory at East to clinch the No. 4 seed.
HIGHLAND 10, BOUNTIFUL 4: Jace Anderson led the way for the Rams, as they took advantage of some early Bountiful errors to close the season with a solid victory over the Braves.
WESTLAKE 12, HERRIMAN 8: Jamin Van Sickle pitched five strong innings, while striking out three batters in the Westlake victory. Ian Empey came in and pitched two strong innings to earn the save.
OLYMPUS 6, SKYLINE 1: Olympus clinched the third seed in the 4A playoffs on the final day of regular season play. Sophomore pitcher Eli Falk earned his first win with the victory over defending 4A champion Skyline.
MURRAY 17, HILLCREST 1: The Spartans wrapped up the Region 7 title, as Cam Howe threw four scoreless innings and Logan Jones produced four hits.
SPRINGVILLE 12, OREM 5: Payton Thorpe slugged a home run, and Springville rallied for nine runs in the seventh inning to steal the game.
MORGAN 14, JUDGE MEMORIAL 5: Morgan blew out Judge Memorial despite the shortened six inning game. Kade Carrigan slugged a home run for the Trojans.
AMERICAN FORK 1, RIVERTON 0: American Fork punched in the lone goal in the second half of an exciting battle against Riverton.
BINGHAM 9, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Gabe Altheman, Daniel Blanchard and Gage Davis combined for six goals, as the Miners capitalized on a 4-0 halftime lead.
LONE PEAK 4, LEHI 0: Lone Peak ended the season with an impressive road victory at Lehi, which had already clinched the Region 4 title regardless of the outcome of Wednesday's game.
WOODS CROSS 2, BOUNTIFUL 1: Zach Checketts scored the golden goal in the first period of extra time to give Woods Cross the region win at home.
LEHI 4, PLEASANT GROVE 3: Carley White smacked a triple, and hit her first career home run to help Lehi slip past Pleasant Grove. Sydney White picked up the win on the mound.
PAYSON 9, JUAB 2: Payson rallied for eight runs in the final innings to take the region win on the road.
SPANISH FORK 14, DELTA 4: Kayla Larson and and Dani Perkins each hit doubles in the Spanish Fork lopsided win.
HERRIMAN 5, BRIGHTON 1: Herriman's Lauren Tycksen went 2-for-2 in the win over Brighton. Riley Cox picked up the win on the mound.
GRANTSVILLE 17, BONNEVILLE 0: Grantsville shut down Bonneville in three innings by only allowing one hit to get past Sydney Barney. Sarah Sandberg and Teagan Critchlow each hit home runs.
BINGHAM 13, SPRINGVILLE 3: Bingham's Paige Reimann went 3-for-3 with three RBIs, and had six strikeouts in the blowout win over Springville.
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