LOGAN 7, BONNEVILLE 4: Brayden Richardson had three hits to lead the Grizzlies.


CEDAR 9, HURRICANE 0: Easton Weaver had two doubles in the shutout victory.

DESERT HILLS 8, CANYON VIEW 4: Carson Clement and Zac Ivie both went 3-for-4 from the plate and Dylan File earned the win to lead the Thunder over Canyon View.


BEAVER 14, KANAB 4: Sam Myers recorded a double and earned the win to lead Beaver over the Cowboys.

PAROWAN 10, DIAMOND RANCH 2: Kirk Harrison and Caleb Murphy of Parowan each contributed doubles in the blowout win over Diamond Ranch.


GRAND 16, SOUTH SEVIER 9: Preston Walston knocked out a solo home run while Aaron Lewis and Cameron Taylor each added triples for the Grand victory.

GRAND 14, SOUTH SEVIER 12: Grand scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to take the lead and close out the game. Preston Walston hit a home run and two doubles to lead the Red Devils in the high-scoring victory.

EMERY 14, MONTICELLO 3: Tyson Roper blasted two home runs and Ethan Tuttle added a third to lead the Spartans on the road.

SAN JUAN 12, RICHFIELD 2: Rye Nielson hit two triples in the first game of a double header against Richfield.

SAN JUAN 6, RICHFIELD 2: Logan Meyer threw five shutout innings for the Broncos in region play.


MANTI 23, WASATCH ACADEMY 1: Manti blew out Wasatch Academy, scoring 15 runs in the first three innings with 11 extra-base hits. Seth Jenkins hits three doubles while Koleton Moon, and TJ Pogroszewski each hit triples for the Templars.

GUNNISON 9, NORTH SEVIER 1: Colby Caldwell was a perfect 4-for-4 from the plate with five RBIs and two triples, and Mason Powell was stellar on the mound for Gunnison.


CARBON 6, EAST 5: Kayden Feichko hit the game-winning RBI to give the Dinos the one-run win in eight innings.

FREMONT 11, KEARNS 1: Todd Bell and Bryson Roundy each roped triples to lead the Silver Wolves.

MILLARD 6, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 1: Derrik Martinez finished the game 3-for-4 from the plate with 3 RBIs to lead the Eagles.

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MANTI 6, WASATCH ACADEMY 2: Alvaro Cardenas and Carlos Garcia each knocked in two goals to lead the Templars in region play.


DESERT HILLS 2, DIXIE 0: Tanner Browning and Chase Thompson scored a goal apiece as the Thunder used a second-half surge to earn the win.

PINE VIEW 3, HURRICANE 2: Braden Johnston led the way with two goals and Shaen Gass added a third for the Panther victory.

SNOW CANYON 2, CANYON VIEW 0: Navy Dalton and Stephen Kleiner each found the back of the net while Tyson Brough earned the shut out for the Warriors.


OGDEN 3, MORGAN 0: Dario Robles assisted two goals and Roque Ceja scored two goals to lead Ogden in the shutout victory.


WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 1, SUMMIT ACADEMY 8: Bailey Chiu, Austin Farr, Parker McVey, and Zach Stanford each punched in two goals for the Bears.



CANYON VIEW 8, DESERT HILLS 1: Kenzii Redd was 3-for-4 from the plate with two doubles, a home run, and three RBIs while Savanah Eckhardt went 3-for-3 with a double to lead the Falcons at home.

SNOW CANYON 3, DIXIE 1: Brytni Gurney earned the win and had a double for the Warriors.


SAN JUAN 10, RICHFIELD 0: Justin Hutchins and Tatianna Sue Sue each hit two homers as the Broncos' defense shutout Richfield.

SAN JUAN 12, RICHFIELD 3: L'Sha Eldredge hit a triple and a home run while Tatianna Sue Sue pitched the win to lead San Juan.


GUNNISON 17, NORTH SEVIER 1: Morgan Overly blasted a double and a triple, and then Braylie Peterson added another triple as the Bulldogs piled on the runs in the run-shortened game.


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MILLARD 4, NORTH SANPETE 3: Katelyn Rasmussen blasted a double and the Eagles scored two runs in the top of the final inning to break the tie and secure the win.

JUAN DIEGO 6, BONNEVILLE 4: Maddie Davis pitched the win and Juan Diego jumped out to an early lead for the Soaring Eagle victory.

SALEM HILLS 12, UINTAH 0: Salem hit the ball well against visiting Uintah, scattering 17 hits and three homers — two by McKenna Davis and one by Abbie Tuttle — in the run-shortened victory.

CEDAR 5, HURRICANE 1: Jessica Nakken earned the win for visiting Cedar.