WASHINGTON TERRACE — Friday afternoon’s match was a rocky and uneven as the field itself, but the Lakers will certainly take and build on the win.
Bonneville topped Ben Lomond 1-0 in overtime on Friday in non-league boys soccer action, snagging the win on Sorie Morah’s goal two minutes into the extra session.
“We had a number of chances today, but the field was pretty rough,” Bonneville coach Mike Hickman said. “Ben Lomond had its chances too, and had a shot go off the post.”
The Lakers’ defense, led by Chandler Baddley and Landon Summers, played well in front of Ammon Eberhard and Adan Gomez, who split the shutout in goal.
• DAVIS 1, OGDEN 0 (OT): At Kaysville, the Darts and Tigers battled to the end, with Davis earning the win on a set piece in overtime.
“They are a big dominating team, and we gave up six corner kicks in the first half,” Ogden coach Sterling Castle said. “We worked to eliminate the corner kicks, and had just one after the half. And of course, they scored on it.”
The Tigers, who beat Logan earlier in the week on goals from Roque Ceja and Spencer Smith, have been outside just twice this season.
“We’re working hard. Time will tell,” Castle said.
• MORGAN 2, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 2 (OT): At Morgan, the game was moved to Morgan in search of a clear field, and the two squads battled to a tie.
Jakob Freestone and Camen Gray scored for the Trojans, whil Jack Chandler and Ricardo Gomez scored for the Eagles. Each team scored once in the first half.
• ST. JOSEPH 7, CANYON VIEW 0: At St. George, the Jayhawks showed off their offensive skills on the road.
David Donlevy recorded the hat trick, Connor Letendre added a pair of goals and Adam Brodstein scored and chipped in with a pair of assists.
Jordan Jones added the final goal, while Keyanu Tate added four assists. Mitch Koehler earned the easy shutout in goal.
• CLEARFIELD 3, STANSBURY 2 (OT): At Stansbury, the Falcons earned the win on the road.
Bruce Bitter scored twice and Julian Valdez added a goal. Both teams scored a pair in the first half.
In other games, Bingham whipped Northridge 6-1, and Murray shut down Logan 4-0.
• SPANISH FORK 3, LAYTON 1: At Spanish Fork, the Lancers battled with a highly touted Dons squad, yielding three runs in the fourth inning.
Spanish Fork’s four pitchers, including Cortlen Nielsen, combined to strike out nine batters. Brock Nielsen hit a clutch two-RBI double in the fourth inning which proved to be the difference.
Moises Perea doubled for Layton. Logan Greenhalgh took the loss on the mound.
• SKYLINE 16, WOODS CROSS 3: At Salt Lake City, Skyline pitcher Bridger Nielsen mowed down the Wildcats. Woos Cross also committed seven errors.
runs for the home team. The Wildcats helped out the Eagles’ cause by committing seven errors.
• WASATCH 2, BEAR RIVER 1: At St. George, the Bears’ late rally came up a run short.
The Wasps score two in the third. The Bears outhit Wasatch 6-4, but could only push a run across in the fifth.
Hayden Woodward took the loss on the mound. Hunter Elbrader had a double for Bear River.
• WEBER 8, BONNEVILLE 3: At Washington Terrace, the Warriors rode the long ball to victory. Hannah Charlton and Johnnit Arbon each cracked home runs and McKenna Bull tossed a five-hitter for Weber.
Cortney Porter, Elora Penrod and Mykel Davis each doubled for the Lakers. Andy Hancock took the lsoss.