Baseball

NONREGION

PROVO 11, JUAN DIEGO 4: The Bulldogs exploded in the fourth inning with six runs to secure the victory in the season-opener.

DELTA 13, NORTH SANPETE 7: Tyler Young pitched three shutout innings, and managed to strike out six North Sanpete batters in the big win at home.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 9, WASATCH ACADEMY 4: American Leadership opened the season with a victory over Wasatch AcademyStarting pitcher for ALAwas Sam Bradford. He left the game with a 3 run lead and Holland Morley heldon to get the save.

MANTI 23, GRAND 16: The Templars racked up 16 hits at the Moab Invitational.

GRAND 9, SUMMIT ACADEMY 7: The Red Devils racked up 13 hits, including a home run by Kyler Nelson, at the Moab Invitational.

DESERT HILLS 5, ENTERPRISE 4: In the bottom of the seventh inning, Chad Nelson doubled and drove home Trey Winget for the Thunder's game-winning score.

SPANISH FORK 2, JUDGE MEMORIAL 1: Taylor Harrison 2-for-3 at the plate, while McKennon Jarvis and Jason Money each contributed a double for Spanish Fork in the narrow victory.

SYRACUSE 4, WOODS CROSS 2: Kole Tracy had a triple and a double for Syracuse, an the home side managed to cross home plate twice in the sixth inning to take the decisive victory.

OREM 3, CYPRUS 0: Paxton Shultz pitched a five inning no-hitter, and managed to allow just two hits throughout the rest of the game.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 11, WASATCH ACADEMY 3: American Leadership led 11-3 after three innings when Wasatch Academy opted to forfeit the second game of the doubleheader in frigid playing conditions.

Boys basketball

1A QUARTERFINALS

RICH 60, WAYNE 51: The Rebels earned a quarterfinal win over a tenacious Badger squad. They were led by Wyatt Muirbrook, who finished with 23 points and seven rebounds.Brigg Blackburn led the Badgers with 16 points.

MONTICELLO 49, TINTIC 35: The Buckaroos were led by Sheldon Black, who scored 14 points, and Matthew Freestone, who added 10 points. The Miners were led by Corbin Fitzgerald and Kenny Wall, who scored 13 and 11 respectively. Justin Wahlberg added 9 rebounds and five points in the loss.

BRYCE VALLEY 57, TABIONA 44: The Mustangs got off to a great start in their quarterfinal win over the Tigers. Bryce Valley was led by Landyn Brinkerhoffs 21 points, Luke Brannons 18 points and Kix Roundy's double-double (11 points, 12 rebounds). The Tigers were led by Bailey Hogan, who scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

GREEN RIVER 48, PANGUITCH 47: TJ Hughes led the Pirates to a win over the Bobcats with 25 points and 8 rebounds. Jon Mendez added 13 points and eight rebounds. The Bobcats were lead by Dason Houston, who scored 15 points and Trey Barney, who added 12 points and nine rebounds in the loss.

1A CONSOLATION

DIAMOND RANCH 74, WENDOVER 60

VALLEY 55, MANILA 40: Kobe Shatto scored 19 points as Valley used a strong third quarter to pull away from Manila for the victory in the consolation bracket of the 1A state tournament.

PIUTE 80, TELOS 46: Three players scored in double figures as Piute outscored Telos in all four quarter en route to the lopsided victory in the consolation bracket of the 1A state tournament.

DUCHESNE 54, ST. JOSEPH 43

Boys soccer

2A CENTRAL

WASATCH ACADEMY 3, GRAND 1: Yutaka Ito and Daniel Acon scored for Wasatch Academy, with the third goal coming from an own goal by Grand.

NONREGION

CANYON VIEW 3, PAROWAN 0: Canyon View opened the season with a shutout victory over Parowan.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 0, DIXIE 0: After 40 minutes of action, neither team could muster a goal and had to settle for a draw Thursday afternoon.

SNOW CANYON 15, BEAVER 0: Axel Nino and Yetzel Carrillo each scored three goals for Snow Canyon in the blowout win over Beaver.

ALTA 3, PINE VIEW 1: Mitch Fisher found the back of the net twice Thursday afternoon, helping lead Alta to the solid road victory.

VIEWMONT 3, WOODS CROSS 0: Tyler Beckstrand dished out two assists for the Vikings.

PAYSON 7, PROVIDENCE HALL 0

DESERT HILLS 6, TOOELE 0: Baden Powell netted a pair of goals for Desert Hills in the lopsided win over visiting Tooele. Trevor Ottenschot recorded the shutout.

MILLARD 7, GUNNISON 0: Paco Alcala recorded the hat trick to help Millard to a shutout victory over Gunnison.

GRANGER 1, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 1: Uriel Heredia of Granger and Octavio Garcia of ALA each found the back of the net for the nonregion tie.

MERIT ACADEMY 4, EMERY 2: Gin Ahn found the back of the net twice for the Knights.

TAYLORSVILLE 2, MOUNTAIN CREST 1: Eduardo Munoz and Nick Duran each scored for the Warriors in the victory over Mountain Crest.

TIMPVIEW 4, BONNEVILLE 0: Bitner Rocha dished out an assist on the second goal of the match, and also netted a goal of his own to help Timpview prevail over visiting Bonneville.

WESTLAKE 3, HILLCREST 0: Dallin Stevens started his career with two scores for the Thunder.

CARBON 1, HURRICANE 1: Hurricane's Traycen Shamo and Carbons Taylor Bradley both notched goals as the teams battled to a draw.

Softball

JUAN DIEGO 11, JORDAN 0

NORTH SANPETE 17, EMERY 6

WESTLAKE 13, UNION 3

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 15, MOUNTAIN VIEW 1: Carly Guymon hit a double and a triple as well as pitching the win to lead Maple Mountain on the road.

NORTH SEVIER 15, DELTA 5: Kody Curtis finished the game with three doubles, and pitcher Kaylie Yardley struck out five Delta batters in the big win on the road.

FREMONT 10, BOX ELDER 0: Kelsee Bushell slugged a home run in the first game of the season to help Fremont to the convincing win over Box Elder.

HERRIMAN 8, LAYTON 1: Dayna Hokanson hit two doubles, Mikaela Thompson roped a triple, and Allison Lloyd pitched the win to lead the Mustangs in the season-opening victory.

AMERICAN FORK 13, WEST JORDAN 1: Brianna Peterson struck out nine West Jordan batters to lead American Fork to victory. Brianna Clarke finished the game with a double and a triple.