Baseball

REGION 18

TELOS 8, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 7

TELOS 19, WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 13

TINTIC 2, ST. JOSEPH 1: Tintic defeated St. Joseph in eight innings.

ST. JOSEPH 13, TINTIC 4: St. Joseph earned the region win over Tintic.

REGION 20

WAYNE 4, PANGUITCH 2: Waynes Brock Brinkerhoff had the game-winning hit in the victory.

PIUTE 10, BRYCE VALLEY 0

NONREGION

TABIONA 14, WENDOVER 3

TABIONA 9, WENDOVER 8

Football

1A NORTH

MILFORD 26, ALTAMONT 0: Milfords tough defense, and Wade Nettos two rushing touchdowns helped the Tigers blank Altamont at home.

1A SOUTH

KANAB 41, MONUMENT VALLEY 0: Layne Anderson accounted for four Kanab touchdowns in the Cowboys victory.

DIAMOND RANCH 66, WHITEHORSE 22: Diamond Ranch scored early and often en route to the lopsided victory over Whitehorse.

2A NORTH

SUMMIT ACADEMY 30, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 20: Hagan Hines completed 5 of 10 passes for 122 yards and a pair of touchdowns en route to Summit Academys first region win of the season. Hines also carried the ball 17 times for 109 yards and a TD. Steven Harp scored a TD, catching two passes for 56 yards.

NORTH SUMMIT 38, GUNNISON 8: North Summit blew past Gunnison on the road. Ryan McMichael led North Summit with four touchdowns.

SOUTH SUMMIT 62, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 7: South Summit blew the doors wide open early, scoring all 62 of its points in the first half while cruising past American Leadership Academy. ALA quarterback Hunter Smith rushed for a 12-yard TD in the loss.

2A SOUTH

BEAVER 42, PAROWAN 0: Matthew Roberts ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more as Beaver hit the road and blanked Parowan with an outstanding defensive effort. Dillon Smith added two rushing touchdowns for the Beavers as well.

SAN JUAN 47, SOUTH SEVIER 0: San Juans Peyton Palmer finished with three passing touchdowns in the shutout victory over South Sevier on the road. Grant Laws finished with a pair of TDs for San Juan, and five other players managed to reach pay dirt for the Broncos as well.

GRAND 42, NORTH SEVIER 0: Ronnie Dolphin and Tanner White scored two touchdowns apiece in each of the first two quarters to lead Grand County past the Wolves.

NONREGION

TOOELE 52, CANYON VIEW 35: Tooeles Stratton Atherley opened the scoring with a 55-yard sprint to the end zone, then rushed for another en route to victory. Jake Brady threw a TD, and rushed for another in the 52-point effort for the Buffaloes.

MANTI 46, GRANTSVILLE 21: Six Manti players reached the end zone, with Braxton Good leading the way with a pair of scores. Derek Wright threw two TD passes to pace the Templars to victory.

UNION 41, UINTAH 21: Unions Nic Smith finished with five touchdown runs in a game that featured two unbeaten teams. The Cougars held a commanding 35-0 halftime lead, which proved too much for Uintah to overcome.

CEDAR 17, SKYLINE 7: After trailing 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, Cedar scored 17 unanswered points to stay undefeated on the season. Cedar quarterback Brecken Lewis found Berick Englestead for a 15-yard touchdown to even the score at the half. After a Jeff Rogers 27-yard field goal, Cedar put the game away with Brock Oldroyds 3-yard touchdown run.

SKY VIEW 48, MINICO, IDAHO 7: Sky Views Garrison Beach threw three touchdowns, including a 99-yard pitch and catch to his wide receiver Bryce Mortenson. Issac Hermann also had two rushing TDs in the blowout victory.

ROY 27, FREMONT 20: Roy quarterback Tyler Skidmore completed 18 of 30 passes for 297 yards and two touchdowns, including an 81-yarder to Cody Hobbs in the first half to lead the Royals past Fremont. Hobbs finished with five catches for 190 yards, and iced the victory with an interception in the final 30 seconds. Trailing 27-6 after three quarter, Fremont scored twice in the fourth to give itself a chance late.

MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 28, HURRICANE 14: Hurricane jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter but allowed 28 unanswered points to fall 28-14. Jake Carr had two rushing touchdowns of 4-yards a losing effort.

BOX ELDER 34, BEAR RIVER 25: Connor Udy and Riley Burt rushed for two touchdowns apiece as Box Elder beat Bear River. Casey Stevens added another score for the Bees, who held off a late Bears rally.

TIMPVIEW 28, ALTA 12: The T-Birds jumped out to an early lead behind Britain Coveys two early TDs, then held on for the win.

BISHOP GORMAN, NEV. 23, BINGHAM 20: Bingham stood toe to toe with one of the best teams in the country, but after Chayden Johnston sent the game into overtime with a 47-yard field goal, the Miners fumbled on their possession in overtime as host Bishop Gorman, Nev. held on for the victory.

WOODS CROSS 35, VIEWMONT 7: Tanner Hammond connected with Cole Cappellucci for two touchdowns at Viewmont, and rushed for another to help the Wildcats improve to 3-0.

MILLARD 44, ENTERPRISE 22: Paco Alcala was all over the field, scoring a 23-yard rushing touchdown, kicking a 25-yard field goal, and adding five PATs to lead the Eagles in the home victory.

RIVERTON 62, DIXIE 28: Rivertons Paden Cayias scored three rushing touchdowns the Silverwolves torched Dixie on the road. Korbyn Baucoms back-to-back rushing touchdowns shut the door on Dixie.

BONNEVILLE 19, WEBER 13: Bonneville outscored Weber 10-0 in the second quarter, which proved the difference as the Lakers held on to edge Weber.

STANSBURY 17, SPRINGVILLE 12: Gage Manzione punched in a touchdown from one yard out to give the Stallions the lead, then Landon Stice added a 37-yard insurance field goal in the Stansbury victory.

WASATCH 33, OGDEN 13: Spencer Heywood exploded for three consecutive rushing touchdowns, while Skyler Southam was perfect on his field goals to help Wasatch top Ogden.

LAYTON 28, CLEARFIELD 13: Laytons Keoni Larson rushed for 207 yards on 22 carries and scored two TDs in the victory over Clearfield. Lancers quarterback Steel Roberts started the game off by finding Koy Cannon for an 8-yard touchdown.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 28, PARK CITY 10: Ayden Auer ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as the Bulldogs defeated Park City at home.

CORNER CANYON 38, WESTLAKE 10: Mike Ebeling threw for a pair of touchdowns to lead Corner Canyon past Westlake, and rushed for another TD in the lopsided win in Draper. Riley Ogden chipped in two rushing touchdowns of his own.

HERRIMAN 34, HUNTER 6: Herriman jumped out to the early lead en route to defeating Hunter at home.

LONE PEAK 34, WEST 7: Lone Peak used a dominant second quarter to put the Panthers away. The Knights scored 27 of their 34 points in the second frame. Lone Peaks Jonny Christensen caught two TD passes and recovered a fumble for a score to help lead his team to victory. Both of Lone Peaks quarterbacks, Justin Miller and Dakota Hansen, threw two touchdown passes in the win.

MORGAN 38, BEN LOMOND 6: Morgans Brandon Anderson had seven rushes for 177 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Jake Peterson and Nick Porter led the Morgan defense, each snatching an interception.

SNOW CANYON 34, JUAN DIEGO 28: Jake Frei threw three touchdowns, including the 40-yard game winner, while Josh Barnes rushed for two scores to help Snow Canyon storm back and stun Juan Diego on the road. Carter Campbell rushed for two TDs and Gabe Colosimo threw another to pace the Soaring Eagle in defeat.

SYRACUSE 16, MOUNTAIN CREST 13: Following Luis Guerras go-ahead field goal in overtime, Syracuses Kole Tracy scampered 25 yards into the end zone to give the Titans the thrilling overtime win.

COPPER HILLS 26, CYPRUS 13: Tanner Fox connected with Will Unutoa twice to break a close game wide open for Copper Hills. Hunter Jacketta and AJ Semeatu accounted for both of Cyprus scores in the loss.

LOGAN 35, BOUNTIFUL 17: Logans Kinkade Wildman threw four TD passes and rushed for another score to help Logan hand Bountiful its first loss of the season. Chad Artist hauled in three Wildman passes for TDs, including a 81-yard bomb to seal the game.

AMERICAN FORK 35, OREM 17: The Cavemen jumped out to a 32-10 lead in the first half, then held on for victory.

DELTA 21, EMERY 0: The Rabbits notched their first win of the season, rolling past Emery with a three-touchdown victory.

COTTONWOOD 27, KEARNS 19: The Colts jumped out to an early 14-point lead and then held on for the non-league win.

JORDAN 55, PLEASANT GROVE 52: Austin Kafentzis had a hand in six Jordan touchdowns -- two through the air and four on the ground -- to lead the Beetdiggers in the high-scoring victory over Pleasant Grove. Vikings quarterback Christian Miller had four passing touchdowns in the loss. The 107 combined points is tied for the 11th-most in state history and, for Pleasant Grove, 52 points is the most in a losing cause in state history.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 35, NORTH SANPETE 21: Canon Miner rushed for a 62-yard touchdown to open the scoring for Maple Mountain, and also hauled in one for Jaren Halls two touchdown passes to lead the home side to victory over North Sanpete. Brady Wheeler finished with two passing TDs for North Sanpete.

SPANISH FORK 28, PAYSON 10: The Dons scored 21 unanswered points to get the nonregion victory over cross-town foe Payson.

DAVIS 33, TAYLORSVILLE 0: After jumping out to an early lead, the Davis defense did its part too, holding the Warriors to 14 yards in the first half and forcing three interceptions. The Darts added two more touchdowns in the third quarter to secure the shutout victory.

MURRAY 45, HILLCREST 7: Murrays Drew Cash threw five touchdowns in the lopsided victory over Hillcrest. Spartans wide receivers Mitch Rasmussen and Isaiah Gibson each had a pair of touchdown grabs.

WEST SIDE, IDAHO 8, RICH 6: Richs Koy Brown connected with Wyatt Muirbrook for the Rebels lone touchdown, but fell in overtime to West Side, Idaho.

SALEM HILLS 42, JUAB 14: Salem Hills added to its 21-7 lead in the fourth quarter by outscoring Juab 21-7, cruising to the lopsided victory. Jordan Taylor returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, while Isaac Parrish added two scores of his own to lead Salem Hills.

OLYMPUS 49, WEST JORDAN 42: The Titans scored two touchdowns in each of the final three quarters to rally for the high-scoring victory. West Jordan lost a fumble at the Olympus 3-yard line and Olympus rallied on an 83-yard pass from Zack Hodgson to JoJo Henderson to steal the victory on the road.

PINE VIEW 41, LEHI 7: Pine Views Kody Wilsted finished with three touchdown passes, two of which were hauled in by Steve Bangerter in the lopsided win over Lehi. Lehi got its only TD on a 99-yard kick return by Caden Calton.

PROVO 38, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Villami Iongi rushed for a touchdown to open the scoring for Provo, and connected with Ty Jones for a TD to lead the Bulldogs to a shutout win at Mountain View. Connor ONeill took a fumble recovery 53 yards for a TD for Provo.

BRIGHTON 52, GRANGER 14: Osa Masina started the game with a pair of rushing touchdowns in the first quarter. Simi Fehoko hauled in three TD passes, while Michael Ah Cheung added two more rushing touchdowns for the Bengals.

VALOR CHRISTIAN, COLO. 31, EAST 14: Valor Christian, Colorado, used a strong second-quarter performance to defeat East at home. Stone Watsons two rushing TDs set the pace for the home team in the win.

RICHFIELD 45, MONTICELLO 12: Jensen Magleby and Ryder Rippstien each finished with a pair of touchdowns for Richfield, while Rippstein added another TD on an interception return. Makade Maloy threw a pair of TD passes for Richfield in the lopsided win at home.

DESERT HILLS 29, LEGACY, NEV. 14: Nephi Sewell returned a punt 55 yards for a touchdown, and later took a fumble recovery 38 yards to help spark Desert HIlls to a comeback victory.

Girls soccer

CEDAR JV 5, PAROWAN 1: Rachel Hunt scored twice to lead the Cedar JV squad as it topped Parowan. Three others scored for Cedar while Aubrey Pickett found the net for Parowan.