Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Jordan at Taylorsville in prep baseball in Salt Lake County Friday, March 15, 2013.



SKYLINE 8, KEARNS 1: Bridger Nielson threw a one-hitter and struck out seven batters while also contributing a double to the Skyline victory.

SKYLINE 12, LOGAN 3: Jake Cushing allowed just one earned run in his five-inning victory while Ryan Clark had three hits, including a home run, and four RBIs for the Eagles.

LAYTON 3, DESERT HILLS 2: Layton broke up Kaleb Caplin's one-hitter with a 3-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning to shock the Thunder in the Desert Hills Invitational.

DIXIE 11, BOX ELDER 10: Dixie erased an 8-run deficit to pull off the comeback victory over Box Elder. Tanner Wilde hit a walk-off base hit in the bottom of the eighth inning to secure the Flyers' narrow victory over Box Elder.

DIXIE 2, SPRINGVILLE 1: In the bottom of the seventh inning, Trevor Cox laced a double to centerfield and later scored on a wild pitch to help Dixie defeat Springville in shocking fashion.

HURRICANE 11, UNION 1: Sam Johnson hit a double and a triple for the Tigers in the win over Union.

PARK CITY 4, PINE VIEW 2: The Miners scored one run in each of the final four innings to cap a come-from-behind victory. Chandler Anderson earned the win on the mound.

NORTHRIDGE 6, MORGAN 4: Lantzen Toomer ripped a triple while Tanner Johnson and Tanner Hales each hit doubles to lead the Trojans.

PARK CITY 11, MORGAN 6: Ian Moritz blasted a double and a triple and Scott Stokes earned the win on the mound for the Miners.

SPANISH FORK 7, FREMONT 6: Colton Olsen hit a two-run single in the fourth to put the Dons up 5-4 as Spanish Fork stole eight bases. Lincoln Rivera helped get the Dons started with a two-run home run in the first inning, while Braxton Argyle went 2-for-2.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 11, OREM 8: Jayce Hill was 3-for-5 and Shaun Snow was 2-for-3 with a triple to lead the Bruins.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 6, FREMONT 3: The Bruins rallied with four runs in the final inning to capture the come-from-behind victory. Hayden Young earned the win from the mound.

SPANISH FORK 10, OREM 6: Spanish Fork's Brady Bate hit a homer and picked up the win from the mound, while teammate Cortlen Nielsen tripled as the Dons defeated Orem in the Dixie Sunshine Classic. Parker Overly's triple led the way for the Tigers.

UINTAH 6, ARTESIA, N.M. 0: Braiden Labrum picked up the win on the mound, and also hit a double to lead Uintah past Artesia in the Farmington Tournament.

MANTI 7, GRAND 5: Chandler Larsen picked up the win on the mound for the Templars.

MILFORD 9, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 5: Lucas O'Daniel had 11 strikeouts and Carson Henrie had two doubles to help Milford secure the win.

CANYON VIEW 5, BONNEVILLE 3: Canyon View scored three runs in the top of the seventh to escape with the narrow victory over Bonneville in the Snow Canyon Classic. Keaton Kringlen hit a double and a triple, while teammate Juan Lares ripped a triple of his own to lead the Falcons. Ty Nielson earned the win from the mound. Hayden Greenwood's two doubles led the Lakers.

MOUNTAIN CREST 6, PROVO 2: Mountain Crest tacked on three runs in the top of the seventh inning to pull away from Provo in the Snow Canyon Classic.

BONNEVILLE 14, CLEARFIELD 1: Kacey Cundick was 3-for-4 from the plate with three doubles and five RBIs while Will Galbraith was 3-for-3 with two doubles and a walk to lead the Lakers in tournament play.

WEST 12, PROVO 2: West cruised to the blowout victory over Provo behind its 8-run third inning.

GRANTSVILLE 10, DELTA 2: Kelby Landon was 3-for-3 with a double to lead the Grantsville offense.

UNION 10, DELTA 9: Brock Timothy went 2-for-2 at the plate and had an RBI to help Union secure the win.

ENTERPRISE 10, NORTH SUMMIT 0: Enterprise had 11 hits, including a double and a triple by Chance Hansen, to defeat the Braves.

NORTH SEVIER 6, SOUTH SEVIER 5: Trent Hampton went 2-for-3 with a double, while Kody Shepherd picked up the victory from the mound as the Wolves survived against the Rams in the North Sevier Tournament. Wyatt Hansen and Trevor Jones each smacked a triple to lead South Sevier.

GUNNISON 10, NORTH SANPETE 3: The Bulldogs racked up eight runs in the fourth inning to get the win in tournament play. Colby Caldwell started on the mound for the Bulldogs and Nik Roberts came in with a solid closing effort.

EMERY 7, PAONIA, COLO. 2: Dillon Wilstead ripped a triple and Ethan Tuttle earned the win from the mound to power the Spartans past Paonia, Colo., in the Montrose Tournament.

RIVERTON 11, HERRIMAN 0: Riverton put 10 runs on the board in the first inning to get the lopsided win. Sam Barlow, Jared Barton and Sam Christensen each doubled, and Tanner Draper pitched the win to lead the Silverwolves.

DAVIS 11, COPPER HILLS 3: Bronson Larsen was 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, and four RBIs; Jackson Peacock was a perfect 4-for-4; Zac Fuller was 3-for-5 with two doubles and a homer; and Kaden Day was 3-for-4 with an RBI to lead the Darts on the road.

TAYLORSVILLE 6, JORDAN 5: Four different Warriors hit doubles, including Jake Greenberg who also earned the win, to lead Taylorsville in the come-from-behind victory. Both teams had solid play from their starting pitchers (Morgan Gomez of Jordan and Jordan West from Taylorsville) while Conner Ogden went 2-for-3 with a double, a homer, and four RBIs for Jordan in the loss.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 6, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: American Leadership gained the victory in its game against South Summit. Gatlan Hone hit a double, and Clayton Gessel picked up the win on the mound.

OLYMPUS 10, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Chase Manning struck out five batters in the five-inning no-hitter to lead Olympus at home.


GUNNISON 6, GRAND 4: Gunnison got off to an early lead with three runs in the first inning, and went on to add another win for the season.

CANYON VIEW 10, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Canyon View picked up the double-digit victory over Mountain Crest behind its dominant fourth and sixth innings. Zack Brinkerhoff recorded the win from the mound for the Falcons.

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SUMMIT ACADEMY 8, WENDOVER 0: Austin Farr and Zach Stanford scored two goals apiece and Matt Farr earned the shutout for Summit Academy.


CEDAR 2, CANYON VIEW 1: Brock Shipp and Brett Sillitoe each found the back of the net to help the Redmen survive against the Falcons in region play. Brady Christensen netted the lone goal for Canyon View.

DIXIE 3, HURRICANE 0: Dixie got two scores from Alex Green and one more from Konner Aitken as the Flyers blew past Hurricane in region play. Tyler Vickery dished out two assists, while Tristan Cowles earned the shutout for Dixie.

SNOW CANYON 1, PINE VIEW 0: Stephen Kleiner of Snow Canyon scored off a rebound with just under 11 minutes to go in the first half. Both teams battled back and forth the rest of the time but the second half was scoreless. Tyson Brough recorded his first shutout of the season.


WASATCH 5, UINTAH 1: Ben Powell scored twice and the top-ranked Wasps drove four goals home in the first half in the region victory.

PARK CITY 2, JUAN DIEGO 0: Park City's Sully Pesch and Carl Turner each punched in a goal as the Miners rolled over Juan Diego in region play. Casey Seberman shutout the Soaring Eagles' scoring attack in the win.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 4, UNION 1: Ameda Tarr contributed two goals for Judge Memorial in the win against Union.


MOUNTAIN CREST 3, NORTHRIDGE 2: Bayler Gunnell, Sean Johnson and Jesse Montufar each scored a goal to help the Mustangs edge the Knights. Stevie Cannavina's and Christopher Hall's goals led the way for Northridge in the loss.

AMERICAN FORK 1, VIEWMONT 0: Justin Rootsaert scored the lone goal of the match for American Fork, and the visitors picked up win No. 1 of the season. Jake Brazel recorded the shutout.

HUNTER 1, CYPRUS 0: In overtime, Hunter's Ethan Liefting found the back of the net to lift the Wolverines over the Pirates. Justin Motzkus recorded the shutout in the win.

COPPER HILLS 3, BINGHAM 0: Three different players found the net and Marcos Melchor recorded the shut out to lead Copper Hills to its second straight win.

EAST 2, BOX ELDER 0: Abdi Istin and Landon Carlson each scored a goal to lead the Leopards against Box Elder.

HERRIMAN 0, RIVERTON 0: Herriman goalkeeper Jake Sollis and Riverton goalkeepers Parker Seegmiller and Brady Slack were perfect in the nonregion tie.

BONNEVILLE 1, TIMPVIEW 0: Hayden White punched in a goal in the first half, and the Lakers held on to pick up the road victory over Timpview. Adan Gomez earned the shutout in the win.

DELTA 3, WATERFORD 2: Delta scored two goals in the second half to creep past the Ravens for the road victory.

PROVO 2, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Christian Cardoso and Tyler Gordon each netted a goal to help the Bulldogs pick up the tough road win against the Vikings.

ROY 2, CLEARFIELD 0: Noah Jorgensen scored a goal for the Royals to help edge the Falcons. Kaden Brinkerhoff is credited with the shutout.

WEST 3, HIGHLAND 2: Chris Osborne scored off of a penalty kick in overtime to give West the win.

DAVIS 3, BOUNTIFUL 0: Davis Owen knocked in two goals and Colby Child added a third to lead the Darts to their third straight victory.

SYRACUSE 5, SPANISH FORK 1: The Titans used even scoring across both halves to earn the win on the road.

NORTH SANPETE 3, BEAVER 2: Carlos Arreyes, Juan Tastillo, and Joaquin Buitron each contributed a goal to lift North Sanpete over the Beavers.

TAYLORSVILLE 5, WEST JORDAN 0: Taylorsville had five different players net a goal in its blowout victory over West Jordan. Kellar Sirstins earned the shutout for the Warriors.


ALTA 4, TOOELE 2: Callie Blackham and Karsten Williams both ripped doubles, while Brittni Chase pitched the win to lead the Hawks past the Buffaloes. Whitnie Touhuni's double led the way for Tooele.

BEAR RIVER 4, COPPER HILLS 1: Sierra Detwiler hit a homer, while Jordan Theurer ripped a triple and picked up the victory from the mound to help the Bears edge the Grizzlies. Emilee Sweet's home run led Copper Hills in the loss.

SPANISH FORK 5, CANYON VIEW 4: Spanish Fork's two runs in the top of the seventh inning pushed the Dons past the Falcons in the Sunroc Invitational. Kayla Larson smacked two doubles, while Ashlee Gordon picked up the victory from the mound to pace Spanish Fork.

GRANGER 7, NORTH SANPETE 6: Granger outscored North Sanpete by five runs in the final three innings to escape with the narrow victory over the Hawks.

HERRIMAN 8, DIXIE 5: Ilyza Spencer's triple and Bryce Taylor's double helped the Thunder pick up the win over Dixie in the Sunroc Invitational. Aubri Challis and Stacia Gelter both doubled to pace the Flyers in the loss.

RIVERTON 12, STANSBURY 7: Riverton scored eight runs in the first inning to defeat the Stallions in the Sunroc Invitational. Kyrae Kogianes, Alysa Linford and Morgan Varoz all went deep, while Whitney Larsen picked up the win from the mound to fuel the Silverwolves. Janessa Bassett and Beth Chipman each ripped a double in the loss.

TIMPANOGOS 5, LEHI 2: Kennedy Bramall earned the win for the Timberwolves.

DIXIE 10, NORTH SANPETE 2: Dixie capitalized on North Sanpete's five errors as the Flyers soared over the Hawks in the Sunroc Invitational. Shelbi Holt's double and Alisi Fakahua's win from the mound powered Dixie.

COPPER HILLS 14, TOOELE 4: Copper Hills racked up 14 hits in its blowout victory over Tooele in the Sunroc Invitational. Rashelle North earned the win from the mound to lead the Grizzlies.

HERRIMAN 8, CANYON VIEW 5: Herriman scored seven runs in the final three innings to stun Canyon View in the Sunroc Invitational. Riley Cox pitched the win, while Brittney Wood ripped a double to lead the Mustangs. Cheyanne Anderson and Jaycee Slack both doubled in the loss.


SPANISH FORK 10, OLYMPUS 2: Spanish Fork scored all 10 of its runs in the fourth inning to blowout the Titans in the Sunroc Invitational. Ashlee Gordon picked up the win from the mound for the Dons.

LEHI 13, TOOELE 3: Lehi put 11 runs on the board in the third inning and coasted to the blowout win over Tooele in the Sunroc Invitational. Carly White smacked a double and pitched the win to power Lehi.

RIVERTON 7, COPPER HILLS 3: Riverton's 12 hits and Kyrae Kogianes' home run helped it secure the victory over Copper Hills in the Sunroc Invitational. Courtney Platt picked up the win from the mound.

BINGHAM 10, SKYLINE 0: The Miners got three homers from Paige Reimann and a double apiece from Taylor Clemens and Mattison Voorhees as they blew past Skyline.

FREMONT 15, WOODS CROSS 3: Fremont's 14-hit performance and errorless defense led the Silver Wolves to the lopsided win over Woods Cross. Maisie Hobbs went yard, while Bailey Wilson and Jessee Wilson each smashed a triple for the visiting team. Manni Johnson's double led the Wildcats in the loss.

WEST JORDAN 10, WESTLAKE 0: Kristin Ordiway pitched seven strikeouts on the way to the shutout. Markii Ashton, Breann Bennett, and Mackensie Culligan each hit a double.

JUAN DIEGO 12, GRANTSVILLE 5: Alexis Kabey hit a home run in the Juan Diego win over Grantsville.



GUNNISON 16, BEN LOMOND 1: Gunnison had 11 hits and only one error in the win over Ben Lomond. BrieAnn Peterson had two doubles and a triple for the Bulldogs.

GUNNISON 10, VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 2: Whitney Hansen hit a double and Morgan Overly hit a triple for the Bulldogs in the win over Virgin Valley, Nev.

GUNNISON 9, PAROWAN 1: Alyssa Morgan hit a double and a triple in the Gunnison win over Parowan.

LINCOLN COUNTY, NEV. 5, PARK CITY 2: The Miners fell at the 2A/3A March Warm-up.

RICHFIELD 4, MORGAN 2: The Wildcats won at the 2A/3A March Warm-up.

PARK CITY 6, MORGAN 0: The Miners won at the 2A/3A March Warm-up.

RICHFIELD 18, PARK CITY 1: The Wildcats won at the 2A/3A March Warm-up.

SNOW CANYON 11, JUAB 0: Mitzi Gates ripped a home run and a double, while Shelbee Hutchings added a homer of her own to help Snow Canyon surge past Juab.

SNOW CANYON 10, CYPRUS 2: Snow Canyon racked up 15 hits, four of which went yard, to help the Warriors get the blowout victory over Cyprus. Shelbee Hutchings' 3-for-4, 6-RBI performance at the plate powered the home team.

SOUTH SUMMIT 6, OGDEN 5: Brooke George hit a home run for the Wildcats in the narrow win over Ogden.

SOUTH SUMMIT 9, JUDGE MEMORIAL 1: South Summit had five hits, including a home run by Jamie McNeil, to lead the Wildcats to victory.

SOUTH SUMMIT 13, BEAVER 3: South Summit had 14 hits and only one error in the win against Beaver.