Tuesday , April 18, 2017 - 9:36 PM
Syracuse took a 1-0 lead in the 47th minute when Ethan Harris converted a penalty kick. Davis equalized 20 minutes later when Sam McCulla converted a penalty kick.
The Titans played down a man for nearly 15 minutes and into the first period of extra time after Ntezey Swalita was issued a red card, but the player count was equalized during extra time when Davis’ Cade Carter received his second yellow card of the game, resulting in a red card.
The draw broke a three-match winning streak for Davis and ended a two-match losing streak for Syracuse.
CLEARFIELD 3, NORTHRIDGE 1
Dallin Steiner led Clearfield with a goal and an assist. Preston Lance and Felipe Silva each scored once for the Falcons.
EAST 3, OGDEN 0
OGDEN — In a battle for first place in Region 5, East scored two first-half goals and held Ogden scoreless for the win.
MORGAN 2, BEAR RIVER 1
MORGAN — Morgan scored the game’s lone second-half goal to secure the Region 11 victory.
Trey Wilkerson scored both Morgan goals.
Roman Windmiller scored for Bear River.
ROY 2, MOUNTAIN CREST 2 (OT)
WEBER 4, SKY VIEW 2
Caleb Anderson scored to give Weber a 4-2 lead in the 68th minute.
Tristan Hillyard and Kyler Erickson scored for Sky View.
Price first scored in the 15th minute, then gave Weber a two-goal lead in the 45th. Hillyard scored in the 51st, Morris scored in the 59th and Erickson scored in the 61st.
Austin Allen also had an assist for the Warriors.
VIEWMONT 3, GRANGER 0
WEST VALLEY CITY — Drake Cook scored twice and Michael Breese scored once as Viewmont beat Granger.
Tyler Trump posted the shutout for the Vikings.
LAYTON 2, WEST 1
LAYTON — Brendan Stansfield scored in the second minute on an assist from Garrett Boston and Leo Urrutia scored the game-winner in the 68th minute as Layton beat West.
WOODS CROSS 4, HIGHLAND 0
SALT LAKE CITY — Woods Cross took a 1-0 halftime lead then piled on three second-half scores.
Andy Hills scored three goals for the Wildcats and Colby Sudgen scored one.
Caleb Biesinger earned the clean sheet.
S-E reporter Justin Johnson contributed to score reports.
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