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High school sports: Thursday’s roundup

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MILLARD 8, ENTERPRISE 7: The Eagles rallied with three runs in the sixth inning to get the region in over Enterprise.

DELTA 9, KANAB 1: Delta sent six players past home plate in the bottom of the sixth inning to take over the lead and then the win.


MANTI 12, SOUTH SUMMIT 8: James Nelson was 3 for 4 with a double and five RBIs to lead the Templars in the home victory.


HUNTER 7, TOOELE 6: The Wolverines edged Tooele in the nonregion matchup.

CEDAR 5, MOUNTAIN CREST 3: Kayden Lunt of Cedar earned the win with 12 strikeouts in six innings. Brock Esplin added two Ks in the seventh for the save and Trey Esplin led the offensive effort with a double.

UNION 17, TIMPVIEW 0: Union shut out the T-Birds in the road victory.


TAYLORSVILLE 7, JUAN DIEGO 3: The Warriors established the lead early in the game with three runs in the first inning, and then cruised past Juan Diego. Kenneth Atwood and Miguel Othon each smacked doubles for Taylorsville.

ALTA 10, TIMPANOGOS 9: Parker Chatwin smacked two doubles and Taylor Joos earned the win to lead Alta on the road.



CIMARRON MEMORIAL, NEV. 11, SNOW CANYON 9: The Warriors held their own but lost by a narrow margin in the high-scoring game against visiting Cimarron Memorial.

Boys soccer


MANTI 8, EMERY 0: Juan Frutos and Eduardo Munoz scored two goals apiece to lead the Tamplars in the road win.


MAPLE MOUNTAIN 6, TIMPVIEW 1: Six players contributed goals in the Golden Eagles' victory.

PROVO 2, SALEM HILLS 2: Provo and Salem Hills played to a double overtime tie, each scoring a goal in both the first and second halves.


STANSBURY 9, BEAVER 1: Clayton Holdstock found the back of the net twice in the Stallions lopsided win.

SKYLINE 3, WESTLAKE 0: Brigham Jackson, Mitch Parker and Teagan Ricks knocked in goals for Skyline in the shutout victory.



EAST 5, WOODS CROSS 4: Kuea Angilau drove in all five East runs, bringing in the two third-inning scores with singles and using a three-run fifth-inning homer to give the Leopards the lead and the eventual win.

CLEARFIELD 16, HIGHLAND 0: Bailey Douglas only allowed one hit in the three-inning game against Highland at home.

KEARNS 19, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: Makaley Sasaki hit a home run and a triple to lead the Cougars in the one-sided victory.


DELTA 6, KANAB 5: Sidney Springer's double and Nicole Christensen's triple boosted Delta, which earned the win with two runs in each the fifth and sixth innings. Sinead Alldredge earned the win in the circle for the Rabbits.


CANYON VIEW 7, TOOELE 5: Brielle Nicholes sent one out of the park for Canyon View in the two-run home victory.


SOUTH SUMMIT 10, MILLARD 5: McKaye Woolstenhulme, Natalie Nichols, and Sidney Vidrine each hit doubles and Jamie McNeil added a homer for the South Summit win.

VIEWMONT 13, BRIGHTON 3: Viewmont scored 13 runs on eight hits in the blowout win over Brighton on the road. Madison Durrant and Amanda Varley each hit doubles for Viewmont.

OREM 6, TIMPVIEW 5: Orem established an early lead with a four-run third inning and then withheld the Timpivew rally in the bottom of the seventh.

FREMONT 16, ROY 2: Bailey Pierce blasted a home run and Peyton Garner earned the win for the Silver Wolves.

SKY VIEW 9, PROVO 8: Kacie Allman hit two triples to lead the Bobcats' in the one-run road victory.

SPRINGVILLE 8, PLEASANT GROVE 2: Kacie Jensen struck out 11 batters and the Red Devils sent three runners across home plate in both the first and second innings in the commanding win.

WEST JORDAN 7, GRANGER 4: Marissa Iloilo of West Jordan hit a double in the three-run win.

GUNNISON 19, PAROWAN 10: Gunnison took a back-and-forth game and blew it open with six runs in the sixth inning. The Bulldogs totaled five doubles (including two by Alyssa Morgan), a triple, and two homers by Braylie Peterson.

BEAR RIVER 11, CEDAR 1: Erin Fox hit two home runs while Oakli Rhodes and Bailee Trapp added one apiece to lead the Bears in the road win. Trapp also hit a double and earned the win in the circle.

CEDAR 10, UNION 1: Cedar scored three runs in the first inning to get the early lead, which led to the blowout victory.