FREMONT 13, WEBER 1: Up by three after five innings, Fremont stepped up to the plate in the last two innings to separate itself and the top the Warriors.
NORTHRIDGE 11, VIEWMONT 5: The Knights bats came alive for 16 hits as Kyle Eichmeier belted two home runs to power Northridge past Viewmont.
DAVIS 3, LAYTON 2: After watching Layton take a narrow 2-1 edge heading into the home half of the seventh inning, Davis stepped up its game and really came through in its final three outs to put up runs up on the board to escape with the walk-off region victory. Tanner Bowden and Dom Fuller each doubled while Jaxon Knight pitched a complete-game victory to lead the home team in the nail-biting victory.
TAYLORSVILLE 4, HILLCREST 3: Taylorsvilles three-run third inning proved to be the difference-maker as the Warriors hung on to edge Hillcrest. Luke Jacketta tripled while Cole Fivecoat fanned eight batters in just four innings of work to earn the victory on the mound and help power the visitors in the win.
WEST 8, GRANGER 7: Mitchell Imamura roped two doubles to help West earn the walk-off win against Granger to pick up its second region victory.
COTTONWOOD 10, HUNTER 0: Cottonwood dominated Hunter as Cam Daley roped a home run and Mason Baker added a triple for the Colts. Tevita Gerber continued his domination on the mound as he hurled the one-hit complete-game shutout for the home team.
BINGHAM 9, BRIGHTON 1: Binigham overpowered Brighton and scored all nine of its runs in the first three innings to improve to 8-0 in Region 3 play. Tyler Zupon hit a home run to power the Miners.
WEST JORDAN 2, COPPER HILLS 1: West Jordan pulled off the upset as it edged out the Grizzlies in a game in which the teams combined for only seven hits.
JORDAN 5, ALTA 0: Alejandro Baeza threw a one-hit, complete-game shutout as Jordan defended its diamond against Alta.
AMERICAN FORK 8, RIVERTON 5
PLEASANT GROVE 8, LONE PEAK 7
HERRIMAN 11, WESTLAKE 6
BOX ELDER 9, BONNEVILLE 5: Box Elder scored five runs in the bottom of the first to get past Bonneville with Peyton Burt picking up the win on the mound.
ROY 5, OGDEN 2: Roy picked up a crucial win against the Tigers in this defensive battle.
STANSBURY 9, GRANTSVILLE 4: Stansbury picked up a crucial win on the road as it edged Grantsville. Jacob Colovich hit a triple to lead the way for the Stallions.
MANTI 5, SUMMIT ACADEMY 4: Kyle Robisons walk-off double in the bottom of the seventh inning gave Manti the narrow victory and Robinson picked up the win on the mound.
ROWLAND HALL 8, NORTH SUMMIT 4: Rowland Hall erupted for seven of its eight total runs in the first two innings to knock off North Summit on the road. Kyle Eng hit a home run and a double while Will Dischmann added two doubles of his own to spark the visitors strong hitting attack. Eric Wayment went yard for the Braves in the losing effort.
GUNNISON 10, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Garrett King threw a no-hitter as Gunnison beat Layton Christian in the first game of a doubleheader.
GUNNISON 23, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2: Gunnison continued its successful day by scoring 13 runs in the first inning and picking up the win in the second game of the doubleheader.
RICHFIELD 13, DELTA 4: Mason Torgersen had nine strikeouts on the mound for the Wildcats in their blowout win over the Rabbits.
SOUTH SUMMIT 4, MAESER PREP 0: Halen Rockhill had three assists while four different players scored for the Wildcats.
WATERFORD 7, SUMMIT ACADEMY 1: Waterford continued to impress as it easily got past Summit Academy behind Patrick Dowds hat trick and Tristan Broadbents two scores.
PLEASANT GROVE 2, AMERICAN FORK 1: Jorge Valbizan scored the golden goal with less than one minute left in double overtime to give Vikings the thrilling road victory.
LONE PEAK 3, WESTLAKE 0: The Knights blanked the Thunder.
HUNTER 10, COTTONWOOD 3: Hunters seven-run fourth inning made the difference in the end as Hunter picked up the convincing home victory over Cottonwood. The Wolverines tallied 16 hits and gave up just five while Cierra Carter pitched the win to help power the home team to the region victory.
GRANGER 6, HILLCREST 5: After matching Hillcrest run-for-run, inning-by-inning, Granger finally got up on the board and outscored the Huskies in the seventh inning to pick up the narrow, walk-off region victory.
JORDAN 9, BRIGHTON 6: Jordan did all of its damage over the first four innings and hold off a late, seventh-inning charge from Brighton to pick up the narrow region victory on the road.
BINGHAM 10, ALTA 0: The Miners blanked the Hawks.
WOODS CROSS 8, CYPRUS 4: After tying things up in the seventh to send the game into extra innings, Woods Cross exploded for four runs in the eighth inning to escape with the road victory over Cyprus. Haydn Flygare tripled and Hanalee Robinson pitched the victory in the win, while Brittany Parry smashed a home run and Alexis Poulsen doubled for the home team in the losing effort.
KEARNS 12, HIGHLAND 3: Kearns opened up a nine-run rally in the fourth inning to blow past Highland at home. Selena Chavez tripled while Tristan Evans and Kaleigh Romero each doubled to pace the home teams offense while Angel Valdez picked up the win in the circle.
OLYMPUS 15, MOUNTAIN VIEW 4: Bailey Anderson slugged a home run and tallied two doubles to lead the Titans at the plate as well as on the mound in their convincing victory over Mountain View. Miranda Johnson also roped two doubles for the home team.
CORNER CANYON 14, SKYLINE 2: The Chargers produced half of their runs in the second inning and hung on to cruise past Skyline.
CARBON 10, NORTH SANPETE 3: Carbon jumped out to a hot start and never looked back as it blew past North Sanpete at home. Kim Johnson smacked a home run while Sidney Ho doubled and McKenna Sorenson picked up the win in the circle to power the home team.
ALTAMONT 8, DUCHESNE 7: After taking a 7-0 lead heading into the bottom of the sixth, Altamont survived a late push from Duchesne and put a run on the board in the top of the eighth before holding on to secure the nail-biting region victory. Four players roped doubles while Makelle Thacker pitched the win in the circle for the visitors. Kaylie Grant went yard and doubled while Mashaylee Giles also hit a home run to power the home team in the narrow loss.
SOUTH SUMMIT 10, WASATCH 6: Hannah Peterson fell just a double short of the cycle and pitched a complete-game victory to propel South Summit over Wasatch.
JUAN DIEGO 4, BOUNTIFUL 3: Juan Diegos four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning proved to be enough as the Soaring Eagle narrowly sneaked past the Braves.
SOUTH SEVIER 21, BEAVER 5: South Sevier got off to a hot start to pick up a nice road win. Sami Lindgren was the winning pitcher for the Rams.
FREMONT 12, ROY 5: Fremont erupted for seven of its 12 total runs in the first inning and never looked back to cruise past Roy at home. Fremont tallied a staggering 19 hits, led by Jessie Wilsons and Liz Phippens two doubles each, while Ashlee Nebeker doubled and picked up the win in the circle for the home team.