PLEASANT VIEW -- The Warriors' bats were as sizzling as the weather.
Fueled by seven extra-base hits, including four home runs, Region 1 champion Weber High walloped the overmatched Jaguars 11-0 in a five-inning whitewash Tuesday in the state 5-A playoffs at Earl Heninger Field.
Weber (23-2 overall) advances to the round of eight undefeated teams, hosting Region 4 runner-up Riverton on Thursday at 4 p.m. in a second-round game.
"That's a great way to start the tournament," said Weber left fielder Nicole Weiss. "That's how we wanted to come out -- strong -- and put it on them."
Weiss and Taylor Stroud, the team's two seniors, went a combined 5-for-6 with two doubles, three home runs, five runs and eight RBIs.
Sophomore Johnni Arbon capped the Warriors' romp with a one-out, two-run walk-off bomb over the center-field fence in the fifth inning.
"It was nice to end it in five and get it over quick," said the 18-year-old Weiss, who has smacked a team-high nine homers this season.
Weiss, who has signed with Western Nebraska Community College, was 3-for-3 with two doubles, three runs and four RBIs. She had a three-run shot over the center-field fence in Weber's four-run fourth inning.
"It was hot today. If anything, it made us work harder," Weiss said. "After the last two years (weather), it was definitely different. But it wasn't a factor.
"This is the best I've hit the ball for a while," she said. "It's not the best I've hit in a game this year, but I'm happy to start off this way, for sure."
Junior right-hander McKenna Bull, who has verbally committed to Brigham Young University, tossed a two-hitter for her fourth individual shutout this year.
She struck out 12 and didn't issue a walk.
"We didn't look at West Jordan as a No. 4 seed, just a team we knew we had to beat to advance in the tournament," Weiss said. "We didn't know anything about them."
Stroud went 2-for-3 with a pair of two-run dingers over the left-field fence in the first and third innings.
"We've been working a lot on our hitting, facing live pitching. It's helped our power," Weiss said. "I expected this type of a hitting game and more. I'm really excited to play here Thursday. We want to show what we can do and come out strong again," Weiss said.
The Warriors were third in the 2011 5-A tournament at Taylorsville's Valley Complex.
"I think we're good enough to win state, for sure," Weiss said. "It will take a combination of everything -- hitting, pitching and defense. We have trust in McKenna to do her job, and we have a lot of good young players who have stepped up -- we lost a lot of good players last season -- and do a good job.
"Everybody came out strong today and did their job," she said. "We were happy to take third place, but that's not our goal this year. We want to get better each game, get back to that state level and see how far we can go."
* DAVIS 11, BRIGHTON 1 (SIX INNINGS): At Kaysville, junior right-hander Cheyenne Norton struck out six and walked five in five innings.
Cheyne Moffett went 3-for-4 with a double and scored two runs. Breezy Roth was 2-for-3 with two runs; Dani MacKay went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run; Sydney Warren was 2-for-4 with a run; and Autumn Woodfall ripped an RBI triple and had a sacrifice fly for the Darts (14-7).
* LAYTON 10, ALTA 0 (SIX INNINGS): At Sandy, senior right-hander Carlee Beck blanked the Hawks on four hits with two strikeouts and two walks.
Lauryn Kirschner went 2-for-4 with a double, three RBIs and scored two runs. Rae Gall drilled an RBI double with a run, and Ashlee Hyatt had an RBI double -- she was also hit by a pitch and reached base on an error -- with two runs for the Lancers (12-11).
* COPPER HILLS 2, FREMONT 1: At West Jordan, the Region 3 champion Grizzlies scored the winning run in the sixth inning.
The Silver Wolves are 13-15.
* BOX ELDER 1, SKYLINE 0: At Brigham City, junior right-hander Baylee Reeves threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts, one walk and a hit batter.
The Bees lone senior, Morgan McCormick, went 2-for-3 with a triple.
Freshman Sadie Blacker scored the game's only run on an Eagles' first-inning throwing error for Region 5 champion Box Elder (22-2 overall), which extended its winning streak to 15.
* PROVO 6, CLEARFIELD 2: At Clearfield, the Falcons committed eight errors, walked three and hit three Bulldogs' batters.
Karley Williams went 2-for-4 with a double. Freshman Bailey Douglas was 2-for-4; Baylee Patterson had a solo home run and walked; and Ashley Glade went 2-for-4 with a double and a run for Clearfield (15-11).
* ROY 4, WESTLAKE 3: At Roy's Sand Ridge Park, senior right-hander Jamie Aiken allowed seven hits with three strikeouts and one walk.
Caylie Phelts went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. Jordynn Barrera smacked a solo homer -- she also walked and was hit by a pitch -- and scored three runs for the Royals (20-6), who made four errors.
* HERRIMAN 3, BONNEVILLE 2: At Herriman, the Mustangs made three first-inning runs stand up.
Maddi Keesler doubled for the Lakers (12-10).