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High school softball: 6A/5A/4A/3A/2A state tournament roundup from Saturday’s game

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6A first round

Hunter 8, West Jordan 4

Sadie Boynton and Teya Gasu each homered as Hunter scored five runs in the top of the eighth inning as Hunter topped West Jordan in Game 1 of the 6A first round.

Westlake 17, Jordan 2

Jerika Fitting doubled twice and drove in two runs as Westlake rolled past Jordan in four innings in the Game 1 win of the 6A first round series.

Copper Hills 14, Davis 13

Anslie Yazzie pitched the win, went 5-for-5 from the plate, hit two doubles and a home run and recorded four RBIs to lead her team to the narrow Game 1 victory over Davis after a back-and-forth battle.

Pleasant Grove 7, Roy 0

Zoey Rose pitched a complete-game shutout by only allowing two hits as the Vikings rolled to the 6A second round Game 1 win over Roy. Hadlee Walker homered and drove in two runs to lead the way at the plate.

Lone Peak 5, West 1

Kora Lowe struck out seven batters over seven innings and only allowed one run as Lone Peak topped West in the first game of the 6A first round series. Emily Everett had a strong day at the plate going 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Syracuse 13, Northridge 0

Abby Sims pitched the win as Syracuse shut out Northridge in the first round of the 6A Playoffs.

Layton 14, American Fork 6

A big seventh inning allowed the Lancers to get their first victory of the series over American Fork Saturday afternoon. Layton boasted balanced hitting as eight different Lancers recorded one or more RBI’s.

Taylorsville 6, Kearns 2

The Taylorsville defense led the way to help it secure a game one victory Saturday afternoon over Kearns. Jessenia Zapata and Jenna Sterzer each recorded two RBIs for the Warriors


5A second round

Bonneville 23, Cottonwood 0

Bonneville soared to a blowout victory in the first game of its series against Cottonwood Saturday afternoon. Four different players recorded three or more RBIs for the Lakers and pitcher Emmaline DeGroot threw seven strikeouts and allowed just one hit in five innings of pitching.

East 13, Park City 4

East jumped all over Park City for the 5A second round win.

Orem 17, Viewmont 0

It took the Tigers just four innings to defeat the Vikings for the first game of the series. Seven different players batted in runs for Orem, led by Amanda Pay with four.

Box Elder 14, Hillcrest 0

Maygen Kaleikini went 4 for 4 from the plate with a home run and four RBIs in the Box Elder victory over Hillcrest. Tegan Mecham pitched the win in the shutout.

Salem Hills 13, Woods Cross 10

Salem Hills snuck past the Woods Cross Wildcats in the first game of its 5A second round series Saturday. The game was tied at seven in the bottom of the fifth, but Salem Hills’ Jaci Warner blasted a three-run home run to give it a lead it would maintain through the remainder of the game.

Payson 11, Skyline 0

Bailey Marvin doubled, homered and drove in three runs as Payson blanked Skyline for the Game 1 win in 5A first round. Marvin also picked up the win on the mound, striking out eight and only allowing one hit.

Timpanogos 15, Mountain View 0

Taigely Parkinson knocked out a home run and had six RBIs for Timpanogos in the shutout victory over Mountain View in its first game of the series.

Maple Mountain 10, Alta 6

McKenna Cherrington went 2 for 3 with an RBI and Madilyn Henry pitched seven solid innings as Maple Mountain edged Alta for the Game 1 win in the 5A second round series. Henry helped her cause as well driving in two runs at the plate.


4A super regional (Game 2)

Tooele 15, Green Canyon 0

Tooele closed out its series against Green Canyon with a dominant performance. Madi Baker, Ayden Fitch and Attlyn Johnston each hit home runs for Tooele.

Bear River 10, Hurricane 0

Bear River shut out Hurricane for the second time in as many days to get its second win and end the 4A second round series Saturday morning. Pitcher Jordyn Warren was in the circle for Bear River, surrendering one hit over five innings, while striking out five and walking zero.

Snow Canyon 19, Cedar Valley 4

The Snow Canyon offense was in top form Saturday morning as it plowed through Cedar Valley by the identical score as Friday’s game. The Warriors recorded 20 hits and four players had three or more RBIs for the game to win the series 2-0.

Canyon View 17, Dixie 2

Tatum Millett smacked two doubles and recorded three RBIs to help lead Canyon View to a 2-0 series victory over Dixie in the second round of the 4A tournament.

Ridgeline 14, Cedar City 4

After trailing 3-0, the Riverhawks rattled off 14 runs over a span of three innings to end the game early. Kenzee Hale was the slugger Saturday for Ridgeline, launching two home runs that scored four runs. Ridgeline wins the series 2-0.

Crimson Cliffs 15, Desert Hills 9

Crimson Cliffs scored 13 unanswered runs late after falling down 7-2 in the fourth inning to clinch its series against Desert Hills two games to zero. Emma Shakespeare hit two home runs that scored a combined four runs for the Mustangs.

Uintah 11, Mountain Crest 1

Offense and defense were both clicking for the Uintah Utes in their Saturday morning matchup with Mountain Crest in the 4A second round. Olivia Pope pitched for Uintah, allowing just one hit per inning and throwing three strikeouts. Uintah wins the series 2-0.

Stansbury 13, Sky View 9

The Stallions jumped out to a quick, 5-0 lead and didn’t look back in the second game of their series against Sky View Saturday. Sky View made a run late by scoring six runs in the seventh inning to tie the game at nine, but Stansbury’s Maame Johnson hit a four-run, walk-off homer to end the game and help her team secure their second win of the series.


3A Championship

Grantsville 6, Manti 5

Grantsville took a three-run lead in the fifth inning and were able to hold onto the lead to secure the 3A championship. August Cowan was in the circle for Grantsville and she threw seven strikeouts in seven innings, to go along with two RBIs with the bat in her hands.

3A one-loss bracket

Manti 8, Carbon 7


2A Championship

Enterprise 5, Beaver 2

After Beaver jumped out to a quick, two-run lead in the first inning, Enterprise locked the game down and scored five unanswered runs to secure its second win over the Beavers and the 2A championship. Blakelee Christiansen was the winning pitcher for Enterprise, allowing four hits in seven innings to go along with six strikeouts.

2A one-loss bracket

Beaver 9, Parowan 2