EAST 2, JUDGE MEMORIAL 1: East scored two goals in the first half and was able to hold on to pick up the road win over Judge Memorial. Jayne Christensen and Janie Kearl each scored goals to power the Leopards, while Sierra Jensen netted the Bulldogs' lone goal.
HIGHLAND 11, CYPRUS 0: Highland opened an eight-goal lead by halftime and added three more scores in the second half to blow past Cyprus in region play. Kate Orchard netted five goals and dished out two assists to power the Rams, while April Owen earned the shutout between the posts.
WOODS CROSS 2, CLEARFIELD 1: Kyra Fawcett drove in two goals to help power the Wildcats past the Falcons in region play. Amaris Nunez found the back of the net in the loss.
BOUNTIFUL 5, KEARNS 0: Cierra Martin scored twice as the Braves notched 47 attempts on goal in the shutout.
MOUNTAIN CREST 5, WEST 0: Five different players found the back of the net to help Mountain Crest cruise to the road victory over West.
DAVIS 10, LOGAN 0: Six different players scored goals for the Darts in the blowout victory over Logan. Kenzie Bell, Haley Stafford, Maddie Garlock and Regyn Youngberg all netted two goals in the win. Sarah Beecher earned the shutout between the posts.
SKYLINE 5, SYRACUSE 1: The Eagles jumped out to an early lead in the first half to secure the win over Syracuse. Five players scored for Skyline, while Nicole Kimber kicked the lone goal for the Titans.
LEHI 3, SPRINGVILLE 1: Lehi's Meagan Kauffman notched a hat trick in the first half to help lift Lehi over Springville. Nicole Scharman also dished out two assists for the Pioneers, while Cena Warren scored the lone goal for the Red Devils in the loss.
BEN LOMOND 9, GRANGER 3: Baylee Roche scored five goals to pace Ben Lomond to the easy victory over visiting Granger.
HILLCREST 2, CORNER CANYON 0: Hillcrest was able to break the tie in the second half by putting up two goals to defeat Corner Canyon. Rosa Cortez and Jenna Hansen each scored goals, while Nicole Jessen earned the shutout between the posts for the Huskies.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 8, GUNNISON 0: Morgan Fox notched a hat trick, while Allie Gorringe and Chelsey Keefer each scored two goals to lead Summit Academy past Gunnison in the one-sided victory.
TIMPVIEW 3, OREM 0: Savannah Pinegar, Ashlyn Matthews, and Lindsee Moffat each scored for the T-Birds in the home win over Orem. Daryl Kaufusi earned credit for the shutout.
RIVERTON 6, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3: Riverton scored three times in each half to pick up the road victory over Mountain View. Hailey Skolmoski found the back of the net four times to lead the Silverwolves.
WEBER 4, OGDEN 2: Skylee Schenck netted two goals to help the Warriors edge the Tigers. Jaimee Hansen's two scores led the way for Ogden in the loss.
JUAN DIEGO 3, BONNEVILLE 3: Bonneville got three goals across the net in the second half to send the game to overtime. Neither team could gain an edge in the overtime periods, as the match ended in a 3-3 draw. Melanie Mecham led the Soaring Eagle with two goals, while Ellee Hall's pair of goals led the way for the Lakers.
ALTA 4, FREMONT 0: Alta scored three goals in the first half and added another in the second half to pick up the shutout victory over Fremont. Sydney Fitzpatrick netted two goals for the Hawks, while Julianne Gentry earned the shutout between the posts.
ROY 5, MILLARD 1: After a scoreless first half, the Royals kicked five goals to secure the win over Millard. Taryn Davies led Roy with four goals, while Allie Scadlock contributed two assists. In the loss, Emeri Larsen netted the lone goal for the Eagles.
WATERFORD 2, MANTI 1: Mikaela Cox and Madeline Morrill each scored in the second half for their respected teams to send the game to overtime. Jacqueline Pollard found the back of the net in overtime to propel the Ravens over the Templars.
WESTLAKE 5, SALEM HILLS 0:
PARK CITY 3, WASATCH 1: Facing a 1-1 tie at halftime, Park City scored two goals in the second half while holding Wasatch scoreless to pick up the victory at home. Cheyenne Turner, Devon Dunmire and Jessica Dancy all scored for the Miners, while Whitney Orgill drilled the lone goal for the Wasps.
BRIGHTON 4, VIEWMONT 1: Brighton notched a pair of goals in each half to run past Viewmont. Four different players netted goals for the Bengals in the win, while Brookelle Tripp scored the lone goal for the Vikings.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 3, HERRIMAN 2: Facing a 2-1 deficit at the break, Maple Mountain came out in the second half and scored two goals to steal the victory from Herriman. Keana Bryan, Courtney Fryer and Kennedee Tracy all netted goals for the Golden Eagles in the win.
COPPER HILLS 5, HUNTER 2: Facing a 2-1 deficit at the break, Copper Hills came out in the second half and scored four goals to escape with the road victory over Hunter. Kaitlyn Sisler led the way for the Grizzlies with two scores in the win.
SOUTH SUMMIT 2, CARBON 0: Lacey Farmer netted both goals for the Wildcats in the home win against Carbon.
MURRAY 5, TAYLORSVILLE 1: Lizzy Brady and Megan Zullo each kicked two goals in the huge road win over Taylorsville.
CANYON VIEW 8, RICHFIELD 0: Melissa Kunz scored three times while five other Canyon View players chipped in goals to blow past Richfield. Tate Womack recorded the shutout for the Falcons.
NORTHRIDGE 4, BOX ELDER 1: Northridge notched four goals to pick up the road victory over Box Elder. Morgan Fowles' lone goal led the way for the Bees in the loss.
ST. JOSEPH 4, MORGAN 3: Cristiana Behnken notched a hat trick and teammate Issy Leo also found the back of the net as St. Joseph edged Morgan. Kazarie Kephart led the Trojans with two goals in the loss.
DIXIE 9, UINTAH 1: Elle Roberts led the Flyers with three goals.
LONE PEAK 8, UNION 0: Lone Peak exploded for five goals in the first half and added three more in the second half to blow past Union. Eight different players notched goals for the Knights, while Cassidy Smith earned the shutout between the posts.
OLYMPUS 5, COTTONWOOD 1: Sophie Wilcox and Sadie Brockbank each scored two goals to lead Olympus to the victory over Cottonwood in nonregion action
NORTH SANPETE 8, SOUTH SEVIER 2: North Sanpete blew past South Sevier by scoring eight goals. Kortnie Lee led the way for the Rams with two goals in the loss.
DESERT HILLS 8, PAROWAN 0: Desert Hills netted six goals in the first half and two in the second half to run away with the shutout road victory over Parowan. Brittany Terry and Kenzie Done both set the pace for the Thunder with two goals apiece.
DUGWAY DEF. WASATCH ACADEMY 25-21, 25-17, 18-25, 22-25, 15-11: After losing the first two games of the match, Wasatch Academy won two straight games to send the match to a fifth game. However, Dugway was able to come out on top, winning the fifth game 15-11 and the match 3-2.
FREMONT DEF. BOX ELDER 25-13, 25-19, 25-14: Fremont picked up the win over Box Elder in three straight games. The Silver Wolves were powered behind Jessica Quayle's seven kills, Brooke Lamb's 10 kills, one block and two assisted blocks, Whiteney Wray's six kills and two aces, and McKenzie Burrows' three kills, 23 assists and two aces. Stephanie Crapse recorded seven kills and nine digs, while Ali Lee had 11 assists for Box Elder in the loss.
GUNNISON DEF. MILLARD 25-13, 25-12, 25-20: Seniors Madee Christenson and Janna Hall led the Gunnison Bulldogs to victory over the Millard Eagles in three straight games.
PARK CITY DEF. BEN LOMOND 25-22, 25-18, 25-18: Tressa Buckland led with 14 kills followed by Whitney Wakefield with 8 kills. Jo Henry had 8 aces and Whitney Wakefield had 7 blocks.
BONNEVILLE DEF. SYRACUSE 26-29, 26-24, 25-17, 25-21: Courtney Porter led the Laker attack with 12 digs, seven kills and an ace as Bonneville won on the road despite dropping the first game. Taylor Anderson added nine kills and two digs while Samantha Filiaga had five kills and three block assists. For the Titans, Abby Bowden had 12 digs while Shambray Taylor dished out 18 assists for the Lakers. Marlee Adams had 10 kills and eight digs and Brooke Pehrson added eight kills and three block assists.
TAYLORSVILLE DEF. PROVO 25-14, 25-23, 25-20: Taylorsville picked up the win over Provo in three straight games. The Warriors were led by Tara Gregory's 10 kills, Bridget Taria's nine kills and four blocks, and Tasia Taylor's 15 digs and 2.5 passer rating.
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