TIMPANOGOS 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Sahalie Donaldson assisted Jordyn Chung-Hoon for the Timberwolves' first goal of the night, and then Savannah Brady sent a beautiful cross to Marcy Fuller for the difference in the Timpanogos victory.
SALEM HILLS 2, PROVO 1: Salem Hills locked in the win in the first quarter as Paige Robins scored both goals.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4, OREM 3: Maple Mountain snuck in the golden goal, scored by Kennedee Tracy, after trudging through two overtimes.
TIMPVIEW 4, SPRINGVILLE 0: Timpview hit the ground running and continued for a flawless victory shutout by Nisha Bindraban.
CEDAR 2, CANYON VIEW 0: Hannah Smith and Lindsey Martin sunk the winning goals while Tara Shipp blocked for the Cedar shutout.
DIXIE 2, HURRICANE 0: The Flyers used two scorers, in Elle Roberts and Sabriana Stratton, and two goal keepers, in Kelsey McCann and Whitney Stephens, to sustain their lossless record and earn the region victory.
SNOW CANYON 3, PINE VIEW 0: Grace Walton was solid in goal during the Warriors' first region game of the season, keeping the Panthers at bay and keeping the Snow Canyon record spotless.
BEAR RIVER 4, STANSBURY 2: Bear River's heavy first half was accented by a goal at the end of regulation to secure the win at home.
MORGAN 6, GRANTSVILLE 0: Aubree Nielson scored a pair of goals as Morgan raced to a 5-0 halftime lead against Grantsville and then coasted from there in a region-opening victory for the Trojans.
OGDEN 3, BEN LOMOND 2: Three different Tigers -- Lindsey Bray, Kiley Porter, and Madison White -- found the net to give Ogden a big second-half rebound for the come-from-behind victory.
DAVIS 1, BONNEVILLE 0: Davis ended the game with a single golden goal in the second half made by Kennedy Laws.
RIVERTON 2, WEST 1: Kirsten Spencer locked in the win with both goals in the second half to give the Silverwolves the road victory.
HIGHLAND 6, WEST JORDAN 2: The Rams maintained their perfect record with the victory over nonregion foe West Jordan.
BINGHAM 6, HERRIMAN 1: Bingham reigned victor as Courtney Millgate hashed a hat trick on the road.
AMERICAN FORK 3, HILLCREST 2: American Fork held off the Huskie rally and escaped with the road victory in the first overtime.
WASATCH 3, LOGAN 2: Wasatch rallied with an outstanding comeback as Kelli Jo Hansen scored the golden goal in the first overtime to secure the win.
JORDAN 1, LONE PEAK 0: Tori Smith connected with the ball in front of the Lone Peak goal in the middle of the pack to give the Beetdiggers the edge with just three minutes remaining in the contest.
MURRAY 1, LEHI 1: Murray and Lehi decided on a tie at the end of regulation.
NORTHRIDGE 4, ROY 1: Northridge scored a consistent two goals in each half, giving the Knights a win on the road.
TAYLORSVILLE 8, CYPRUS 1: Natasha Howard shined on the field with an outstanding five goals while Abi Black sent in two more to contribute to Taylorsville's win.
UNION 5, KEARNS 1: Union took home the win as Allina Olsen met the net twice.
VIEWMONT 2, LAYTON 1: All of the game's offense came in the second half, which is when Laura Essig and Heidi Lorscheider both found the net to keep the Vikings' record perfect and give Layton its first loss of the season.
EAST 3, JUAN DIEGO 1: Janie Kearl's two goals led the Leopards past Juan Diego as they improved to 3-1 this preseason.
BRIGHTON 3, BOUNTIFUL 1: Brighton responded to Bountiful's second-half game-tying goal with two more goals, scored by Mati Long and Jocelyn Loomis, to seal the win.
WEBER 4, BOX ELDER 2: No stats provided.
FREMONT 3, COPPER HILLS 1: Fremont took home the win as Mikayla Elmer met the net twice and Niki Nicholls tipped in the third goal.
COTTONWOOD 8, GRANGER 0: Holly Taylor dished out a hat trick while five other players contributed to a punishing score.
MANTI 0, DELTA 0: Both teams made considerable attempts, but neither could pass the keeper in a double overtime tie.
PARK CITY 6, OLYMPUS 1: Park City exploded after the tie at the half with Jessica Dancy delivering a hat trick to secure the win.
PAYSON 2, ROWLAND HALL 1: Kaylee Cooper snuck in the first goal while Ciera Lundberg secured the winning score for Payson.
WESTLAKE 6, HUNTER 0: Six different players scored goals as Westlake easily beat Hunter for the victory to improve to 2-2 this preseason.
RICHFIELD 2, BEAVER 0: Lydia Foster stormed the goal with assists from Mereissa Henrie, while Maddy Lou Jerome preserved the shutout for the Wildcats.