Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Bountiful pitcher Brook Dickerson protests a safe call as Clearfield's Lexy Horning slides into second base as Bountiful and Clearfield play Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Bountiful. Clearfield won 6-4.



NORTHRIDGE 16, WEBER 15: Despite grand slams from Weber's Anthony Richards and Trystan Saxton, the Knights had three runs cross home plate in the bottom of the final inning to pick up the narrow victory, ending a 56-game losing streak for the Knights. Kyle Eichmeier went 5-for-5 with a pair of doubles for Northridge.

LAYTON 6, VIEWMONT 2: Caleb Harrop pitched the win from the mound as the Lancers remain undefeated in region.

DAVIS 10, SYRACUSE 5: Conner Blaisdell struck out five Syracuse batters from the mound and went 3-for-5 at bat with four RBIs and a double in the region victory.



RIVERTON 2, LEHI 1: Trevor Peterson of Riverton went 3 for 3 from the plate with the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh inning.

AMERICAN FORK 2, HERRIMAN 0: Austin Pitcher pitched the win and Andrew Bartholomew hit a double to lead the American Fork offense.


ROY 5, BONNEVILLE 4: Bonneville took the early lead, but Roy had three runs cross home plate in the bottom of the seventh inning to take the region win at home.

MOUNTAIN CREST 10, BOX ELDER 7: Jackson Godfrey struck out five Box Elder batters and Nick Taylor finished the game 3-for-4 from the plate with four RBIs, a double and a home run to lead Mountain Crest to the region win.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 9, CORNER CANYON 7: Zac Riley's double was the only extra-base hit of the game, and Riley finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs to help Mountain View to a narrow region win at home. Jordan Raab struck out 10 Corner Canyon batters in the winning affair.

SKYLINE 10, OLYMPUS 4: The Eagles scored consistently from the second inning to the fifth, and Levi Mumford and Abe Yagi both hit doubles in the Skyline win.

MURRAY 1, TIMPANOGOS 0: Spencer Downs pitched the win for Murray, giving up just one hit in the narrow region victory at home.


SPANISH FORK 4, SPRINGVILLE 2: Maverick Buffo struck out 11 batters for the Mighty Dons while teammate Trevor Perkins went 2-for-3 from the plate, hitting a double and recording two RBIs in the win.

WASATCH 18, TIMPVIEW 3: Kolten Post led the Wasps' 14-hit game with four hits, a triple, and six RBIs.


DIXIE 8, HURRICANE 3: Gavin Graff and Braxton Ipson each roped doubles in the region victory over Hurricane.

CEDAR 2, CANYON VIEW 0: Cedar started the sixth inning with a leadoff walk, a well-executed hit-and-run, and then Ryker Tom drove in the winning run with a fielder's choice. Tom scored on an error for the second Cedar run in the Region 9 victory.

PINE VIEW 9, SNOW CANYON 2: Hunter Hansen slugged a home run, and Pine View led 6-0 at the end of two innings to cruise past Snow Canyon in region play.


GRANTSVILLE 7, TOOELE 3: Wyatt Barrus pitched the win for Grantsville and recorded a triple in the region victory on the road.

STANSBURY 9, BEAR RIVER 2: Trenton Griffin pitched the win on the mound and Stansbury rallied for six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to blow the game wide open. Jacob Colovich finished the game with a triple.


DELTA 15, MILFORD 4: Justin Albrecht, Kale Leavitt, AJ Schena, and Carter Wankier each blasted doubles to lead the Rabbits, who totaled 14 runs in just two innings.

BEAVER 8, ENTERPRISE 2: Tilston Bradshaw pitched a shutout through five innings for Beaver and hit a double and a triple in the region victory over Enterprise.

MILLARD 12, DIAMOND RANCH 1: Skyler Cranney went 3-for-5 from the plate, slugging a pair of home runs to lead Millard in the lopsided road victory. Millard finished with seven extra-base hits in the win over the Diamond Backs.

PAROWAN 3, KANAB 2: Justice Walker pitched the win as the Rams edged Kanab at home.


SOUTH SEVIER 6, SAN JUAN 5: Dallyn Owens was 3-for-4 from the plate, hitting two doubles in the region win over South Sevier.

SOUTH SEVIER 9, SAN JUAN 6: Dallyn Owens smacked a triple and Brock Bastian roped a double as the Rams defeated the Broncos. Dyson Heath pitched the win from the mound.

GRAND 11, MONTICELLO 0: Tanner White belted a double, Koi Cook added a triple, and Kyler Nelson earned the win on the mound to lead the Red Devils in the shutout victory.

EMERY 30, WASATCH ACADEMY 0: Emery hit 12 extra-base hits in the rout of the Tigers.





PARK CITY 6, COTTONWOOD 1: Scott Stokes pitched the win for the Miners and hit a double to lead the Park City offense in the win.

SOUTH SUMMIT 10, BEN LOMOND 0: Kaden Atkinson finished with three RBIs to lead South Summit to a shutout victory over Ben Lomond. Rylee Allen pitched a one-hitter through five innings on the mound for the Wildcats.

NORTH SEVIER 7, RICHFIELD 4: Fisher Andersen picked up the win on the mound in the Wolves win over Richfield.

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WASATCH ACADEMY 4, GRAND 1: Donnett Sackie buried a pair of goals, and Wasatch Academy held defensively in the second half to secure a fourth consecutive victory.



MILLARD 8, SOUTH SEVIER 0: Paco Alcala bagged four goals, and four additional players each scored a goal to lead the Eagles in the road victory. Elizardo Hoyos recorded the shutout.

PAROWAN 1, BEAVER 0: Wesley Byl scored the lone goal for the Rams in the first half to help Parowan to victory. Bryce Thatcher was the goal keeper in this shutout against the Beavers.


AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 4, MERIT ACADEMY 1: Mahonry Chichia scored twice, and the Eagles earned the region win on the road at Merit Academy.

TELOS 7, MOUNT VERNON 2: Jordan Mandel found the back of the net four times for the Titans. Terry Wu had an assist in the loss.


SYRACUSE 1, NORTHRIDGE 0: Kyle Coffee found the back of the net in the 63rd minute, and Syracuse were able to hold defensively to keep Northridge off the score sheet. Luke Graham recorded the shutout.

VIEWMONT 1, LAYTON 0: Lucas Cawley netted the lone goal for the Vikings in the tough region battle. Porter May earned the shutout between the posts.

FREMONT 2, WEBER 1: Brayden Searle put Fremont on the board in the first 10 minutes, courtesy of a Parker Preator assist. Gunner Burrell buried the golden goal just five minutes into the first extra time to give Fremont the decisive region victory.


BINGHAM 3, ALTA 0: Gage Davis earned a hat trick for the Miners, while teammate Mark Stanley earned credit for the shutout for Bingham.


PLEASANT GROVE 3, WESTLAKE 0: Omar Ortiz, Jesus Rivas, and Nate Spencer each knocked in goals, and Shadow Bishop recorded the shutout in the Vikings win at home.

LEHI 1, HERRIMAN 0: Toff Taylor's lone goal in the second half helped Lehi to another solid region victory. Tanner Munson was the goal keeper for the Pioneers in their shutout against the Mustangs.

RIVERTON 2, LONE PEAK 1: Nick Tanner assisted both of Brett Smith's goals, the second of which came in overtime, to give the Silverwolves the Region 4 victory.


LOGAN 1, ROY 0: Alexis Magana buried the lone goal of the match just minutes into the second half, after gathering a Jose Beto Rincon assist in the box. Allen Guadarama recorded the shutout.

MOUNTAIN CREST 2, OGDEN 1: Mountain Crest goalkeeper Hayden Anderson saved a PK during the first half to preserve the Mustangs' lead and ultimately the win.

BONNEVILLE 4, BOX ELDER 3: Chandler Baddley led the Lakers with two goals in the Region 5 victory.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 3, KEARNS 0: Luc Steffen netted a pair of goals to help lead Judge to the road victory at Kearns. Jack Swillinger recorded the shutout.

CLEARFIELD 2, HIGHLAND 1: Nic McCord buried a penalty kick in the first half for Clearfield, but Highland found the equalizer in the second half to force extra time. Surafel Hale buried the golden goal in the first period of extra time to give the Falcons a region win at home.

EAST 3, WOODS CROSS 0: Hugo Olivera scored the first and the last goals for the Leopards, while Erick Olivas added the other to keep East perfect on the season. Jack Thompson recorded the shutout.

CYPRUS 3, BOUNTIFUL 1: Aalan Chacon and Carlos Valles each found the net in the first half, and then Marcos Solis added a third Cyprus goal to lead the Pirates in the home win.


OLYMPUS 1, OREM 0: Jair Celis buried the golden goal in the second period of extra time to give Olympus its first region win of the season. Kyle Allred recorded the shutout.

SKYLINE 3, TIMPANOGOS 0: Three different players recorded goals for Skyline, while William Desantis recored the shutout between the posts.

MURRAY 3, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Sean Speirs netted two goals, and Jaden Olsen added another in the Spartans' region victory.


SALEM HILLS 3, WASATCH 1: Taking a 1-0 lead into the half, Salem Hills found the back of the net twice in the second half to pick up the region win at home.

PROVO 1, TIMPVIEW 1: Mayu Velez scored for Timpview in the 52nd minute, and then Provo benefited from an own-goal in the 79th minute as the Region 8 goes battled to a draw.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 2, SPRINGVILLE 0: Brandon Nelsen and Christian Tobler split the Maple Mountain scoring, while Conner Lunt and Spencer Young split the shutout to lead the Golden Eagles in the road win.


SNOW CANYON 2, HURRICANE 0: Angel Muniz put Snow Canyon on the board first, and Casey Monson netted the brace just 10 minutes into the second half to help the home team to a big win over Hurricane. Tyson Brough recorded the shutout.

PINE VIEW 6, CANYON VIEW 0: The Panthers found a spark at halftime, turning their one-goal lead into a lopsided region win. Keith Collins had two assists for Pine View, and Michael Wade scored two goals.


CARBON 5, JUAB 0: Five players netted goals for the Dinos, while Trace Johnson earned the shutout between the posts.


DELTA 7, DIAMOND RANCH 0: Victor Almonza netted five goals to lead the Rabbits at home.


COPPER HILLS 4, WEST 3: Luis Vargas scored three of the Grizzlies' four goals to lead Copper Hills in the overtime win over West.



DAVIS 7, WEBER 2: Leilani Moon knocked out two home runs in the region victory over Weber.

VIEWMONT 7, SYRACUSE 6: Riley Tyteca hit two homers, while Eliza Thornley hit a triple and pitched the win to keep Viewmont in front for the Titans' late rally. Syracuse pitcher Alex Valencia had a double and a home run in the loss.

LAYTON 17, NORTHRIDGE 2: Joy Lyn Christensen went 2-for-2 at bat, and finished with a triple and five RBIs in the lopsided region win on the road. Layton rallied for 10-runs in the third inning to blow the game open.



GRANGER 7, COTTONWOOD 4: The Lancers took a big lead in the third inning against the Colts, and were able to stay in front of Cottonwood in the region win at home. Beverly Congrove hit a double and a triple in the win.

TAYLORSVILLE 15, HILLCREST 0: ShayLee Pierson scored four runs and was 3-for-3 from the plate to lead the Warriors, who had doubles from four different players in the one-sided win.


RIVERTON 12, PLEASANT GROVE 1: Ashlynn Petersen went 3-for-4 with a triple, double and three RBIs to lead Riverton in the lopsided win at home. Cassidy Carter slugged a solo home run for Pleasant Grove in the loss.


HERRIMAN 9, AMERICAN FORK 2: Riley Cox struck out 10 American Fork batters and Brittany Wood had two doubles to spark the Mustangs' offense.


BONNEVILLE 15, OGDEN 1: Nicole Gross and Abby Toller each contributed doubles to the Lakers' dominating home victory.

BOX ELDER 16, SKY VIEW 1: Box Elder finished with 15 hits on the afternoon, and Molly Horne hit a double and a home run to lead the Bees to the lopsided region win. Sadie Blacker finished with a double and a triple.

MOUNTAIN CREST 8, LOGAN 0: Perri Eck went 2-for-4 at the plate, recording a double and a triple to lead Mountain Crest in the lopsided region win at home. Ashley Murray pitched a complete game shutout for the Lady Mustangs.


WOODS CROSS 17, HIGHLAND 2: Manni Johnson hit a home run for the Wildcats in their victory over the Rams.

EAST 5, KEARNS 3: Kearns managed to grab a one-run lead in the sixth inning, but East rallied for three runs in the bottom of the inning to steal the win at home. Aloma Solovi slugged a home run for East. Briauna Carter pitched the loss for Kearns, but managed to hit a home run and a double.

CLEARFIELD 6, BOUNTIFUL 4: Lexi Andersen hit the game-winner in the seventh inning for the Falcons. Bailey Douglas was the winning pitcher in the game for Clearfield.

CYPRUS 16, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Gracie Castelan smacked two doubles, and teammate April Semeatu slugged a triple as the Pirates routed Judge Memorial for the region victory.


MOUNTAIN VIEW 21, SKYLINE 19: In game that saw both teams combine for 31 hits, Mountain View managed to slip past Skyline after rallying for six runs in the top of the sixth inning.

MURRAY 10, OREM 4: Kayla Durfey earned the win on the mound for Murray, and the Lady Spartans rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to cruise to the region win at home.

OLYMPUS 7, TIMPANOGOS 0: Marissa Johnson hit a home run for the Titans in their win against the Timberwolves. Haylee Eskelson was the winning pitcher.


SPANISH FORK 7, WASATCH 0: Kelsey Christensen pitched a complete game shutout for Spanish Fork, while McKinley Brinkerhoff and Brooke Davis each knocked out home runs in the region victory over Wasatch.

PROVO 18, TIMPVIEW 11: Eleanor Talia hit two doubles for the Bulldogs in the win against the Thunderbirds. Olivia Holloway and Litia Tolutau each hit a home run in the loss.

SPRINGVILLE 1, SALEM HILLS 0: Salem Hills pitcher Kirtlyn Bohling struck out 14 batters, but the home side failed to convert on a bases loaded situation in the bottom of the ninth. Kaycie Jensen struck out 11 Skyhawks batters in the narrow victory.


CEDAR 18, DESERT HILLS 6: Javlyn Weaver went 4-for-5 at the plate, finishing the game with a pair of doubles and a triple in the lopsided region win on the road. Mica Betts went 2-for-3, including a double and two RBIs in the loss.

SNOW CANYON 17, HURRICANE 1: The Warriors had a strong game against the Tigers. Snow Canyon had 13 hits and zero errors in the victory.

CANYON VIEW 8, PINE VIEW 4: The Falcons' Kenzie Sawyer hit a home run in the win against the Panthers. Josie Platt, hit a double and was the winning pitcher.


ENTERPRISE 9, BEAVER 1: Dakota Robinson earned the win on the mound, at also hit a double to propel Enterprise to a lopsided region victory over Beaver on the road.



ALTAMONT 17, DUCHESNE 8: Regan Hatch and McKelle Zeeman each hit a home run for Altamont, and the visiting side finished with 16 hits to earn the region victory on the road.

ROWLAND HALL 17, ROCKWELL 8: Rachel Nelson hit two doubles at the plate, and struck out 13 batters on the mound in the region win for Rowland Hall.


AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 18, NORTH SUMMIT 8: Emily Hallett hit a pair of doubles, and Courtney Lewis went 3-for-5 with a triple and three RBIs to help ALA to a lopsided win at home.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4, ALTA 3: Shaniya Jacobson, Mckenzie Mecham and Sydnie Wilson all recorded a double, and Maple Mountain managed to survive a late rally by Alta in the nonregion victory on the road.

UNION 6, CARBON 3: Katie Ross finished with three hits, and Union jumped out to a three-run lead in the first inning to cruise to a solid victory over Carbon at home.