NORTHRIDGE 16, WEBER 6: Josh Brown was 4-for-4 with two doubles and a home run to lead the Knights in the road win.
SYRACUSE 5, DAVIS 4: Kole Tracy finished the game with a double, and Matthew Conner had a pair of RBIs to lead Syracuse to the road victory at Davis.
VIEWMONT 10, LAYTON 5: Alex Rodriguez threw a complete game for Layton, giving up just five hits to help Viewmont hand Layton its first loss of the season.
BOX ELDER 14, BONNEVILLE 0: Bryant Tingey smacked a double for Box Elder, and DJ Larsen pitched the win on the mound in the shutout win at home.
ROY 11, OGDEN 4: Roy had 15 hits on their way to 11 runs and nice start to region play.
CEDAR 7, CANYON VIEW 3: Cedar capitalized on a five-run sixth inning, and Brecken Lewis pitched a complete game to lead the home team to the first region win of the season.
SNOW CANYON 4, PINE VIEW 3
DIXIE 17, HURRICANE 3
STANSBURY 13, BEN LOMOND 0: Stansbury no-hit Ben Lomond as it picked up the region win.
BEAR RIVER 8, TOOELE 5
BEAVER 21, DIAMOND RANCH 5: Tyler Hoyt smacked a double and pitched the win for the Beavers in the Region 13 victory over Diamond Ranch.
ENTERPRISE 15, KANAB 5: Kayson Bundy hit a pair of doubles, and three Enterprise batter also hit triples to help the road team pick up a third consecutive region win.
NORTH SEVIER 3, SOUTH SEVIER 2: Colby Christensen earned the win on the mound and led the Wolves over their region rivals.
EMERY 5, GRAND 4: Dillon Wilstead struck out 10 batters en route to the win and then contributed a triple from the plate as the Spartans edged Grand.
SAN JUAN 15, MONTICELLO 5: Jordan Blake earned the win on the mound, and San Juan crossed six runs in the third inning to take the region win at home.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 23, NORTH SUMMIT 1
TAYLORSVILLE 6, JUAN DIEGO 3: Logan Gibbons finished the game 1-for-3 with a pair of RBIs to help Taylorsville pick up the first win of the season. Cole Fivecoat struck out five Juan Diego batters on the mound.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 10, TIMPANOGOS 3: Colton Hamilton led Maple Mountain with three RBIs, and also hit a double to lead the visitors to the win at Timpanogos.
JORDAN 7, PROVO 1: Koleton Papic had a double and led the way with four RBIs, as the Beetdiggers picked up the win on the road.
MURRAY 10, CARBON 0:
PAYSON 8, WASATCH 7: Tanner Manning hit the game winning double in the top of the eighth inning to give Payson the lead and eventual win over Wasatch.
CORNER CANYON 20, GRANGER 7: The Chargers amassed 17 hits and 20 runs in the win at Granger. Brady Thayer scored five runs for Corner Canyon.
LONE PEAK 7, COPPER HILLS 0: RJ Hazen struck out five Copper Hills batters in five innings to help lead Lone Peak to the victory.
OLYMPUS 9, BOUNTIFUL 7
WEST JORDAN 2, CYPRUS 1: Alex Pace picked up the win on the mound for the Jaguars.
MANTI 7, GUNNISON 0: BJ Fullmer netted a hat trick to lead Manti in the win over Gunnison.
PAROWAN 3, BEAVER 2: Orlando Quezada dished out two assists, and three different players knocked in goals to lead the Rams in the home win.
MILLARD 8, SOUTH SEVIER 1: Paco Alcala bagged four goals for Millard, and four other players poured in goals for the Eagles in the 2A South matchup.
DELTA 4, DIAMOND RANCH 2: After a scoreless first half, the Rabbits rallied for four goals, led by McKay Sanders with two, in the region victory over Diamond Ranch.
WENDOVER 3, MOUNT VERNON 2: Wendover took a 2-1 lead into the break, and was able to hold off the comeback to pick up the victory over the Wendover.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 8, TELOS 0: ALA had six goal scorers, as Anson Gwilliams held Telos scoreless to pick up the win.
LAYTON 4, NORTHRIDGE 1: Davis Walker scored twice to lift Layton in the road win. Stevie Cannavina scored the lone goal for Northridge.
DAVIS 3, VIEWMONT 2: Three different players scored as the Darts used two second-half goals to get the region victory.
LOGAN 3, BOX ELDER 2: Josh Young found the back of the net twice, and Jonny Guadarama dished out a four assists for Logan in the road victory.
BOUNTIFUL 3, KEARNS 0: Sam Wadsworth led the Braves with two goals in the shutout victory over Kearns.
CLEARFIELD 1, WOODS CROSS 1 (2OT): Jhareese Walker scored the equalizer for Clearfield to force two extra periods of soccer.
EAST 3, JUDGE MEMORIAL 1: East found all three of its goals in the second half, after trailing Judge by one goal at the break.
CYPRUS 3, HIGHLAND 3 (2OT): After two overtime sessions, the Region 6 match finally ended in a tie. Daniel Akok and Miguel Morales scored for the Rams while Alexis Guillen and Brian Rodriguez each found the back of the net for the Pirates.
MURRAY 2, SKYLINE 1: Sam Henton and Preston Hunter scored the Murray goals in the first half, and the visitors managed to hold on to improve to 4-0-0.
OREM 2, OLYMPUS 2 (2OT): Emil Cuello scored both Orem goals in the first half to give the visitors a comfortable lead at the break. Fortunately for Olympus, Brody Nelson was able to net a pair of second half goals to force overtime and the eventual draw.
CANYON VIEW 2, CEDAR 1 (OT): Chris Perez scored in the first overtime to give Canyon View the win over Cedar.
DIXIE 1, HURRICANE 1 (2OT): The Region 9 matchup ended in a tie.
PINE VIEW 3, SNOW CANYON 1: Snow Canyon saw its seven-game winning streak halted at home by visiting Pine View in the region battle.
GRANTSVILLE 2, BEAR RIVER 1: Dakota Baessler and Matt Whiting each had a goal for Grantsville in the narrow victory over winless Bear River.
BINGHAM 2, AMERICAN FORK 0
RIVERTON 2, BRIGHTON 1: Brett Smith was able to put Riverton up by two early in the second half to help give them a win over Brighton. The defending 5A champions are now 5-0.
COPPER HILLS 6, WEBER 3: Copper Hills dominated the first half on their way to the win as five different players scored.
MOUNTAIN CREST 10, OGDEN 0: Tenna Child finished 3-for-4 at the plate, smacking a triple and recording a pair of RBIs in the Mountain Crest victory.
KEARNS 13, HIGHLAND 5: Amanda Morris was 2-for-5 at bat for Kearns, finishing with a pair of RBIs to help the visiting side to the win at Highland.
EAST 19, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Michelle Thomas smacked a pair of doubles, and East rallied for all 19 runs in the first three innings to pick up the region win on the road.
MURRAY 13, SKYLINE 3: Emma Noble was 4-for-4 at the plate for Murray, slugging three home runs with six RBIs in the blowout win over Skyline.
TIMPANOGOS 11, OLYMPUS 1: Kennedy Bramall hit two doubles to help Timpanogos get the win at home over Olympus.
SPANISH FORK 3, SALEM HILLS 2: Payton Sorensen's home run proved to be the difference-maker for Spanish Fork in the narrow region win at Salem Hills.
WASATCH 20, PROVO 9: The Wasps had nine extra base hits, four of which were by Lexi Richins with two doubles, a triple, and a home run. Casey Davis earned the win on the mound in the decisive victory.
CEDAR 12, PINE VIEW 0
CANYON VIEW 4, HURRICANE 2: Taylor Wheelwright threw a complete game for Canyon View, striking out 10 Hurricane batters and giving up up just two runs on the afternoon.
SNOW CANYON 15, DESERT HILLS 0: The Warriors had eight hits in the Region 9 victory over Desert Hills.
DELTA 16, PAROWAN 4: Delta rallied for nine runs in the top of the final inning to bury Parowan for the region win on the road.
MILLARD 15, MILFORD 0: The Eagles had 10 hits in the region victory over Milford. McKenna Rowell picked up the win on he mound.
ALTAMONT 22, ROCKWELL 1
EMERY 10, GRAND 9: Kambrie Hinkins hit a single, a double, a triple, and a home run for the Spartans in the narrow victory over Grand. Ashton Bell picked up the win on the mound and contributed another two home runs for Emery.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 15, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Soleena Hatfield pitched the win on the mound for ALA in the blowout victory over LCA.
TAYLORSVILLE 9, COPPER HILLS 7: The Warriors rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to take the lead and pick up the victory at home. Jaycie Lebaron recorded the win on the mound.
JUAB 6, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 4: Juab improved to 5-0 on the year behind 12 hits on the offensive end, and zero errors on the defensive.
BINGHAM 10, SKY VIEW 4: The Miners exploded with eight runs in the fourth inning to take the lead and continue on for the victory over Sky View.
NORTH SEVIER 12, BEAVER 8: Kody Curtis had three hits and four RBIs to help give North Sevier the win.
ALTA 5, TOOELE 2: Brooke Vanderheide sparked the Hawks with a double, and earned the win in the circle.
CARBON 13, AMERICAN FORK 2: McKenna Sorenson pitched the win on the mound for Carbon in the road victory at American Fork.
BEAR RIVER 17, WEBER 4: Bear River totaled 15 runs through the first three innings to cruise past Weber on the road.
HUNTER 16, MORGAN 0: The Wolverines scored 16 runs on 17 hits to pick up the decisive road victory over Morgan.
GRANTSVILLE 19, NORTH SANPETE 0: Sarah Sandberg blasted a double and a triple, and Grantsville plated 10 runs in the fourth inning to end the game early.