KEARNS 5, VIEWMONT 4: Colby Evans, Jordan Floyd, and Will Sprowls each contributed a double to the Cougars' 15 hits in the region win over Viewmont.

HUNTER 9, GRANGER 5: Hunter scored three runs in the seventh inning to put the game out of reach. Brandon Davies had a triple and homer while Austin Bean added another triple in the win.

TAYLORSVILLE 6, WEST 0: Jake Greenberg hit two doubles for Taylorsville in the region win against West. Zac Stepp picked up the victory on the mound for the Warriors.


COTTONWOOD 11, ALTA 1: Cottonwood scored nine runs in the third and fourth innings combined to cruise past Alta.

COPPER HILLS 2, BRIGHTON 0: Zach Hoffman picked up the win and Caden Hardcastle earned the save as Copper Hills completed the sweep of Brighton with the shutout victory.

JORDAN 9, WEST JORDAN 8: With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, Cale Hathaway drove home Drew Lisk with a walk-off single for the Jordan victory. Tyler Swan hit a bases-loaded double in fifth inning to give the Beetdiggers an early lead before West Jordan rallied in the sixth.


PLEASANT GROVE 3, RIVERTON 2: Jade Smoot pitched six strong innings and Bryce Jones came in to record the save as Pleasant Grove held off Riverton to avoid the Region 4 sweep.

LONE PEAK 13, BINGHAM 3: The Knights crushed the Miners.

AMERICAN FORK 6, LEHI 0: American Fork's Riley Ottesen threw a 115-pitch no-hitter over Lehi.


MOUNTAIN CREST 7, BONNEVILLE 4: Mountain Crest scored four runs in the fourth inning to top Bonneville. Kaden Lindley doubled and Scott Henderson earned the win.

ROY 5, BOX ELDER 2: Four runs in the third inning pushed Roy past Box Elder.


CYPRUS 4, HIGHLAND 1: Cyprus scored all four runs in the fourth inning to secure the victory over Highland. Parker Loutensock only allowed two hits and had 10 strikeouts as he picked up the win on the mound, and Connor Squire contributed a triple to the Pirates' eight hits.


WESTLAKE 6, MURRAY 5: Jaden Russell hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning to give Westlake the lead. Jamin Van Sickle came in to pitch in the second inning to shut Murray down, and Brycson Christensen contributed two RBIs for the Thunder in the win.

OLYMPUS 4, HILLCREST 0: Ramsey Kiefer pitched a one-hit shutout and struck out 10 batters to lead Olympus in the Region 7 victory.

HERRIMAN 7, SKYLINE 4: Brodi Nokes and Jordan Jarvis drove in two runs a piece as Herriman scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth to rally past Skyline.


SNOW CANYON 15, PINE VIEW 0: Chandler Day was 4-for-4 with three doubles and a triple. Brogan Secrist hit a double and picked up the win on the mound.

DESERT HILLS 9, CEDAR 2: Ty Rutlede hit a double to contribute to the 15 hits by the Thunder. Kaleb Caplin also hit a double, and picked up the win on the mound.


PARK CITY 12, UNION 2: Park City steadily pulled away from Union until a huge five-run sixth inning ended things early. Chandler Anderson, Tim Leary and Mark Trevino all tripled in the win.


STANSBURY 14, TOOELE 4: Jarrett Anderson, Caleb Batchelor, Wyatt Branch, and Alex Mackay each contributed a triple to the Stallions' 15 hits in the region win over Tooele. Batchelor also earned credit for the win on the mound for Stansbury.

MORGAN 3, OGDEN 1: Kade Carrigan recorded a double and Cameron Jarrett earned the win on the mound in the defensive battle to lead Morgan.


PAROWAN 11, KANAB 4: Caleb Murphy was a perfect 3-for-3 from the plate with a double, homer, and four RBIs to lead the Rams at home.

MILLARD 21, MILFORD 0: Millard made quick work with five players recording extra base hits including a triple and homer from Skyler Cranney.


LAYTON CHRISTIAN 13, ROWLAND HALL 11: Jeremiah Johnson, Brock Rawlings, Keisuke Shimane, and Kyle Yockey all contributed to the Eagles' 16 hits with a double. Yockey also picked up the win on the mound for Layton Christian.


MONTICELLO 13, SOUTH SEVIER 3: Austin Wilcox hit a grand slam in the first inning and then added on a double as the Buckaroos got the win in the run-shortened game.

SOUTH SEVIER 7, MONTICELLO 5: Dallyn Owens hit a triple and earned the win on the mound to give the Rams the victory.

GRAND 7, RICHFIELD 4: Grand scored six runs in a three inning stretch to top Richfield.

GRAND 9, RICHFIELD 8: Grand scored nine runs in the second and third innings combined and then held off a furious rally by Richfield to sweep the double header.

EMERY 3, SAN JUAN 2: Dillon Wilstead tossed a complete-game, three-hitter with 13 strikeouts to help Emery pull things out in the eighth.


MANTI 11, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3: Jamen Miller hit a triple to contribute to the Templars' 17 hits. TJ Pogroszewski picked up the win on the mound.

GUNNISON 10, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: Gunnison had 14 hits and no errors in the road win over Wasatch Academy. Along with throwing a perfect game, Nik Roberts was 3-for-3 at the plate, including a double. Braden Harris also contributed to the Bulldogs' cause with two doubles and a home run.

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ROWLAND HALL 6, WENDOVER 0: Blake Shott found the back of the twice in the Rowland Hall win over Wendover. Ted Janes earned credit for the shutout for the Winged Lion.

ST. JOSEPH 1, SUMMIT ACADEMY 0: Jordan Jones scored the lone goal for the Jayhawks in the win against Summit Academy. Mitch Koehler earned credit for the shutout.

WATERFORD 1, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Tristan Broadbent kicked the only goal for Waterford, and Ross Merrell earned the shutout for the Ravens in the win over South Summit.


RICHFIELD 4, NORTH SEVIER 3: Spencer Henderson hit the game-winner in the first overtime for Richfield.


BEAVER 2, MILLARD 1: Oscar Escorza and Dallin Langford each scored a goal for Beaver in the win.


HUNTER 5, KEARNS 0: Javier Lopez and Kendall Taylor each kicked two goals, and Raul Cavazos added another in the region win over Kearns. Justin Motzkus earned credit for the shutout for the Wolverines.

VIEWMONT 1, WEST 1: Adam Tonks of Viewmont and Chris Osborne of West each scored on penalty kicks as the Region 2 foes battled to a tie.

TAYLORSVILLE 1, GRANGER 0: Andy Bergeson lifted the Warriors with the golden goal just two minutes into just overtime period. Kellar Sirstins earned the shutout in goal.


COPPER HILLS 3, WEST JORDAN 0: Junior Estrada, Dallin Noble, and Connor Thompson each kicked a goal to secure the road victory over West Jordan. Keaton Gallegos earned the shutout for Copper Hills in the win.


LONE PEAK 3, AMERICAN FORK 0: Lone Peak remained unbeaten in Region 4 action as it shutout American Fork to improve to 2-0-1 in league play.

RIVERTON 1, PLEASANT GROVE 0: Brett Smith scored the only goal of the game in stoppage time, giving the Silverwolves the region victory. Parker Seegmiller and Brady Slack split the shutout in the victory.


MOUNTAIN CREST 1, BOX ELDER 0: Weston Casey put away the penalty kick by Brian Bingham in the region victory over Box Elder. Alex Pineda recorded the shutout for the Mustangs in the win.

LOGAN 2, BONNEVILLE 0: Andy Phillips and McCade Yates each scored a goal for Logan in the region win over Bonneville. Sean Lyne earned credit for the shutout for the Grizzlies.


WOODS CROSS 3, CLEARFIELD 0: Three different players found the back of the net during the second half as the Wildcats earned the home victory.

CYPRUS 2, HIGHLAND 1: Jarom Farnsworth pushed the game into overtime and then scored the golden goal in the second OT for Cyprus.

BOUNTIFUL 2, EAST 1: Jose Cisneros and David Higginson each found the back of the net once in the Bountiful win over East. In the loss, Mauricio Santana scored the lone goal for the Leopards.


HILLCREST 3, OLYMPUS 0: Chandler Boyd scored twice for the Huskies to give Hillcrest the region victory.

MURRAY 1, WESTLAKE 0: Andrew Clayton gave Murray the win with a goal in the second half and Tanner Critchfield earned the shutout between the posts.


DESERT HILLS 1, CEDAR 0: Desert Hills benefited from an own goal off of a corner kick, and Vincent Enfield earned credit for the shutout.

PINE VIEW 6, CANYON VIEW 0: Michael Wade notched the hat trick in the big win for Pine View.


WASATCH 8, UINTAH 0: Isaac Smedley, Ben Powell and Domey Espinoza all scored two goals each while Alex Espinoza added another goal with three assists for Wasatch.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 1, UNION 0: Conrad Dean picked up the only goal in the second half and Andrew Matthews earned the shutout for Judge.


OGDEN 4, BEN LOMOND 1: Roque Ceja, Dario Robles, Juan Robles, and Josue Valtierra all found the back of the net once for Ogden in the road victory against Ben Lomond. In the loss, Rodrigo Aviles scored the lone goal for the Scots.

STANSBURY 3, BEAR RIVER 0: Jara Eshete scored all three goals for Stansbury in the region win over Bear River.

MORGAN 3, GRANTSVILLE 0: Jakob Freestone netted two goals as the Trojans got an early lead in the road victory.


SPANISH FORK 0, PAYSON 0: Danny Avile of Spanish Fork and Payson's Jonathon Vargas didn't allow a single goal as the teams battled to a tie.

DELTA 6, CARBON 0: McKay Sanders notched a hat trick, and Victor Almanza chipped in with two goals as Delta remained perfect in Region 12 with the win.


ALTA 4, JUAN DIEGO 2: Alta's Marshall Miller scored a pair of goals as the Hawks pulled away from Juan Diego in the second half at Rio Tinto Stadium.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 5, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Hector Martinez and Brannon Tulley scored two goals apiece and Levi Lopez added a fifth score to lead the Eagles in the one-sided victory.

JORDAN 3, SKY VIEW 0: Jordan used solid defense to blank Sky View at Rio Tinto Stadium.



SYRACUSE 17, NORTHRIDGE 4: Cassidy Basinger, Courtney Starks, and Brittany Vasquez each hit a home run to contribute to the Titans' 18 hits. Along with her double, Alex Valencia picked up the win on the mound.

WEBER 1, DAVIS 0: McKenna Bull hurled a gem in Weber's road win over Davis.

FREMONT 14, LAYTON 12: The Silver Wolves had three home runs in the seventh inning, including a two-run walk-off homer from Jessee Wilson to cap off a seven-run frame. Fremont and Layton combined for 26 runs on 34 hits, including seven home runs, in the offensive battle.


LEHI 8, AMERICAN FORK 3: Rylin Roberts and Taylor Tahbo each belted doubles as the Pioneers slid past American Fork.


WOODS CROSS 21, HIGHLAND 4: Woods Cross scored early and often to secure a decisive win against the Rams.

BOUNTIFUL 6, EAST 0: With first place in Region 6 up for grabs, Bountiful pitcher Belle Stoddard tossed a complete-game shutout by striking out 10 and only allowing three hits. She aided her cause at the plate as well with a two-run homer in the second inning.

CLEARFIELD 9, CYPRUS 4: Bailey Douglas hit a double and earned the win, while Jayden Glade and Kassidy Young each blasted homers for the Falcons.


SPRINGVILLE 13, TIMPVIEW 0: Ashli Averett and Kristy Snyder combined to go 6-for-7 from the plate with six RBIs, two doubles, and a triple for the Red Devils in region play.


SNOW CANYON 7, PINE VIEW 0: Brytni Gurney only allowed one hit over seven innings as Snow Canyon easily blanked Pine View for the region win, improving to 6-0 in the Region 9 standings.

CEDAR 9, DESERT HILLS 4: Cedar kept Desert Hills winless in region play.

HURRICANE 5, DIXIE 3: Lexi Fancy doubled twice and Cierra Stratton homered as Hurricane edged Dixie in Region 9 action. Paisley Pearson earned the victory on the mound for the Tigers.


WASATCH 15, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Jensyn Baker roped a double and three players hit doubles as the Wasps racked up 12 runs in the first inning to pound Judge in region play.

JUAN DIEGO 20, UINTAH 12: In a hitters frenzy out in Vernal, Juan Diego ripped 11 extra base hits, including four home runs to roll past Uintah in a slugfest to improve to 3-0 in Region 10.

UNION 5, PARK CITY 2: The Cougars scored twice in the top of the seventh in the win.


GRANTSVILLE 12, OGDEN 5: Amy Matthews rocked a grand slam to help Grantsville edge Ogden.

STANSBURY 17, BEN LOMOND 0: Stansbury's Lindsay Guymon was a perfect 3-for-3 while Katelyn Robinson belted a homer and fanned five batters in the shutout.

BEAR RIVER 11, TOOELE 4: Jordan Theurer was a home run shy of hitting the cycle and helped Bear River claw past Tooele with five RBIs.


PAYSON 14, NORTH SANPETE 3: Four different players hit home runs — Shaylee Larsen, Taysia Roberts, Makenzie Simons, and Savannah Tew — to lead the Lions in the lop-sided victory.

SPANISH FORK 16, JUAB 0: Ashlee Gordon pitched a no-hitter for Spanish Fork in the region win over Juab. McKinley Brinkerhoff, Paige Christiansen, Brooke Davis, and Dani Perkins each contributed a double to the Dons' 12 hits.


RICHFIELD 6, GRAND 3: The Wildcats doubled up the Red Devils.

GRAND 11, RICHFIELD 9: The Red Devils split a doubleheader.

SAN JUAN 19, EMERY 5: Justin Hutchins hit two home runs, Brooke Lyman hit one home run, and Tatianna Sue Sue, along with earning credit for the win on the mound, also hit a home run in the San Juan win against Emery.


NORTH SEVIER 22, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Kaylie Yardley led the Wolves in the rout.

MANTI 4, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 3: Takisha McFarlane smacked a home run for Manti in the region victory over American Leadership. Elizabeth Palmer picked up the win on the mound for the Templars.

NORTH SEVIER 18, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Cydney Johnson and Keaten Mickelsen slugged homers for the Wolves.


WESTLAKE 9, MOUNTAIN VIEW 7: Courtney Bigelow slugged a homer as the Thunder posted seven runs in the third inning.

TIMPANOGOS 9, COTTONWOOD 6: Timpanogos had 12 hits and was able to secure the victory over Cottonwood. In the loss, Kelsey Merkey contributed a home run for the Colts.

MILLARD 20, MILFORD 1: Millard got off to an early lead with 11 runs in the first inning, and went on to score nine runs in the third inning to end the game. Cheryl Stephenson contributed three doubles to her team's 12 hits. Meagan Dearden, earning credit for the win on the mound, also hit two home runs, including a grand slam.

DELTA 11, CARBON 10: Delta overcame a four-run deficit behind Alyssa Johnson and Bailie Taylor on the road.

SKY VIEW 10, BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 6: Dakota Green earned with win from the circle as Sky View defeated visiting Bear Lake.

CANYON VIEW 8, DURANGO, NEV. 4: The Falcons used a five-hit first inning to jump out to an early lead and grab the win against their out-of-state foe.