MOUNTAIN CREST 4, ROY 3: Mountain Crest picked up the road win behind Ben Weese's strong play on the mound.


STANSBURY 5, BEAR RIVER 3: Stansbury had a four-run second inning which proved to be the difference as it outlasted Bear River for the road victory. Brek Bentley earned the win on the mound for the Stallions.

GRANTSVILLE 5, MORGAN 2: Kelby Landon and Wyatt Smith each hit a double, and Landon Hammond recorded the win on the mound in Granstville's region victory.

OGDEN 10, BEN LOMOND 0: Ogden scored 10 runs on 10 hits in three innings. Alex Halverson cracked a double and Kameron Laird picked up the win on the mound.


BEAVER 11, PAROWAN 1: Sam Myers pitched a one-hitter Thursday, striking out 10 batters to lead Beaver to a lopsided region win at home.


EMERY 11, RICHFIELD 4: Emery scored four runs in both the fourth and sixth innings to pick up the win.


PAYSON 11, OREM 9: Payson scored four runs in the top of the seventh to knock off Orem. Wyatt Nelson ripped two dingers and Javier Torres added another in the win.

WASATCH 13, TIMPANOGOS 9: Kyle Kelly had four hits and Kasey Stevens added three more in the win for Wasatch.

DAVIS 17, WESTLAKE 5: Jackson Peacock picked up the win on the mound, and also slugged a home run for Davis in the 12-run victory.

BOX ELDER 15, WEBER 5: Darius McFarland had a triple and two doubles for the Bees.

COPPER HILLS 5, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 0: Copper Hills picked up the win courtesy of their player on the mound, who went on to pitch a complete game no-hitter and the shutout.

OLYMPUS 4, BONNEVILLE 10: Bryson Longman went 3-for-3 for Bonneville, smacking a home run en route to the six run victory at home.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 16, TIMPVIEW 7: The Bruins ended up in third place in Pool B at the Vivint Orem Tiger Baseball Classic. Mountain View will play Timpanogos at noon on Saturday at Brent Brown Ballpark.

PLEASANT GROVE 7, ALTA 6: Easton Walker smacked a pair of home runs, and Pleasant Grove overcame an early five-run deficit to slip past Alta at home.

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MANTI 10, GRAND 0: Carlos Garcia bagged four goals, and Juan Frutos netted a hat trick to help Manti to a lopsided region win at Grand. Dillon Rasmussen recorded the shutout.

GUNNISON 8, NORTH SEVIER 0: Travis Carlisle scored a hat trick, while Vidal Salas added a pair of goals to lead Gunnison past North Sevier in region play.


INTERMOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN 2, MOUNT VERNON 0: Nathan Horwood and RJ Davidson found the back of the net to lead ICS to the region win at home.

LEGACY PREP 1, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 1: Jonathon Faber scored the equalizer for Legacy Prep, and no winner could be decided after two periods of extra time.


MILLARD 4, MAESER PREP 1: After a scoreless first half, Chase Kelly let loose with four goals in the second half to lead Millard to its first win of the season. Rudy Alcala recorded two assists in the victory.

PAROWAN 4, BEAVER 3: Wesley Byl scored a hat trick, and Parowan battled through two periods of extra time to pick up the region win at Beaver.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 2, MERIT ACADEMY 1: Cobi Warren scored two goals in the first half to push American Leadership over Merit Academy.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 4, SALEM HILLS 0: Mountain View had a huge three-goal second half to seal the deal against Salem Hills. Austin Bride recorded the shut-out for the Bruins.

OREM 3, TIMPVIEW 0: Three players found the back of the net for the Tigers in the shutout.

TIMPANOGOS 5, PROVO 3: David Enciso led the Timpanogos scoring attack with a pair of goals, and the visiting team walked away with the region victory after a five-goal second half.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 1, SPRINGVILLE 0: Hunter Woods powered a header off a corner kick in the back of the net. The goal ultimately proved to be the deciding factor for the Golden Eagles.


RIVERTON 2, GRANGER 0: Brett Smith and Tanner Sylvies each netted a goal for Riverton, while Parker Seegmiller and Brady Slack split the shutout.

ROY 2, SYRACUSE 0: Roy found both goals in the second half, and Noah Jorgensen recorded the shutout to help the Royals to victory.

LAYTON 2, KEARNS 0: Youri Joseph and Davis Walker found the back of the net for Layton in the second half, handing Kearns its sixth consecutive loss. Scott Sweeten recorded the shutout.

LOGAN 1, WOODS CROSS 0: Jose Beto Rincon netted the lone goal for Logan, while Sean Lyne preserved the shutout for the home team.



BONNEVILLE 11, SKY VIEW 1: Andy Hancock had a pair of doubles, and Abby Toller smacked a triple to help Bonneville to a lopsided region win on the road.

BOX ELDER 12, ROY 2: Venessa Quintero slugged a home run, while Sadie Blacker recorded a double to help Box Elder to a 10-run victory at Roy.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 9, TIMPANOGOS 6: Mountain View pulled off the upset behind big first and fifth innings. The two teams combined for 13 errors.

SALEM HILLS 22, TIMPVIEW 5: The SkyHawks led 11-0 after the first inning.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 17, OREM 0: Whitney Roberts led the Maple Mountain bats with a triple, and the visiting Golden Eagles picked up the region win with the shutout victory.

PROVO 7, SPRINGVILLE 5: Taylor Allman struck out 10 Springville batters, and Provo handed the previously 6-1 Red Devils its first region loss of the season.


SOUTH SUMMIT 17, DUCHESNE 1: South Summit scored 17 runs on 17 hits in only three innings of work. In the win four players slapped doubles for the Wildcats.

ALTAMONT 17, ROWLAND HALL 2: Maddi Hartman and Katelynn Markert both went 2-for-4 and each had a pair of doubles in the Altamont victory at home.


NORTH SANPETE 4, RICHFIELD 2: Four runs in the third inning was enough for the Hawks.

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MILLARD 13, NORTH SEVIER 2: Millard got things going with a nine run first inning, and Meagan Dearden pitched the win on the mound for the Lady Eagles.

VIEWMONT 9, FREMONT 2: Riley Tyteca led the Vikings with two homers.

GUNNISON 14, DELTA 4: Whitney Hansen and Sadee Sorensen each had a double for the Gunnison in the win.

PARK CITY 11, CARBON 8: Park City scored seven runs in the third inning and four over the course of the final three innings to top Carbon.

LONE PEAK 9, WEST JORDAN 8: Two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning propelled Lone Peak.