GARLAND -- After dropping a home game Friday in less than ideal weather conditions, Da Bears were looking to get back on track Wednesday.
Three-time defending Region 11 champion Bear River spanked Morgan High 12-0 in five innings.
Sophomore right-hander Bailee Trapp tossed a two-hitter with five strikeouts, three walks and two hit batters.
"There was no snow, but it was colder than Hades on Friday," Bear River coach Calvin Bingham said. "In retrospect, we really shouldn't have played.
"We have a young team," he said. "We have four freshmen who have been starting, a sophomore and two juniors. We have six starters who have never seen any varsity time. This is the youngest team that I've ever had, but we may have more potential than any team I've had."
Bingham is in his 14th season with the Bears, who have swept five consecutive state 3-A softball titles.
"We made a lot of mistakes Friday against Stansbury (in a 7-4 loss)," Bingham said. "I told the girls 'Stansbury didn't beat us. We beat ourselves.' We outhit them, but we stranded 10 base runners. We had four errors and three of them cost us five runs."
Freshman Brenna Hinck went 2-for-3 with a three-run triple and scored two runs in Wednesday's league whitewash.
Freshman Kylie Larkin was 2-for-4 with a run; Jordan Theurer -- one of three Bear River seniors -- went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs; Erin Fox was 2-for-2 with two runs; and Sierra Detwiler had a sacrifice fly, an RBI single and a run-scoring groundout for Da Bears (7-2 overall, 2-1 league).
"I didn't feel really good about today," Bingham said. "I felt like after we went through the batting order once we were getting our timing down. We were really out of sync at the first of the game.
"The thing that is really encouraging about this team is the potential," he said. "We have so many good freshmen (12), it's hard to get them playing time even in the JV game. We have four of them playing varsity."
The Trojans are 2-8, 0-2.
* Grantsville 17, Ben Lomond 0 (three innings): At Ben Lomond High, the Cowboys roughed up the Scots.
League-leading Grantsville (7-1, 3-0) took a 5-0 first-inning lead, then capsized Ben Lomond (1-7, 0-3) with a 12-run third.
The Cowboys had 13 hits, including eight for extra bases, and three home runs.
Sydney Barney blanked the Scots, who committed seven errors, with a three-hitter.
* Tooele 13, Ogden 3 (five innings): At Tooele's Desert Peak Complex, the injury-riddled Buffaloes won their first game this season after starting 0-11.
Tooele (1-11, 1-1) scored at least a run in every inning.
The Tigers (6-4, 1-2) had six hits, but committed six errors.
* Northridge 7, Clearfield 4: At Clearfield, the Falcons couldn't overcome seven errors in a cross-county loss to the Knights.
Aubrey Nichols went 2-for-5 with two doubles, two RBIs and scored two runs. Kelsey Raitt was 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run for Northridge (4-5).
Freshman Delaney Davis went 2-for-4 with a run and Lexi Andersen had a solo shot -- her fourth home run this season -- for Clearfield (2-6).
* Bingham 11, Davis 6: At Kaysville, the Miners built a 7-1 third-inning lead before the Darts rallied with four unanswered runs spanning the fourth and fifth. The two teams combined for 27 hits and seven errors.
Cali Reynolds and Cheyne Moffett each drilled a double and Kayla Pusey smacked two home runs for Davis (4-3).
* St. Joseph 2, Waterford 1 (OT): At Sandy, with time running out and his team facing a 1-0 deficit, it appeared St. Joseph head coach Derek Tate and his squad were going to suffer their second loss of the season.
Then, with four minutes left in regulation, Jordan Jones played a ball out on the wing to Adam Brodstein, who dribbled in and fired the ball into the back of the net for an equalizing goal that sent the match into overtime.
Just two minutes into the extra period, Jones crossed a ball into David Donlevy, who scored a golden goal to give the Jayhawks a victory over the Ravens.
Tate said the victory came despite an afternoon in which his team struggled in all phases of the game.
"We struggled today, but when it mattered down the stretch, our guys pulled together," he said.
With the win, St. Joseph improved to 4-1-3.
* BEN LOMOND 8, TOOELE 1: At Ben Lomond High, the Scots exploded with six second-half goals and cruised to victory over Tooele in their third game in as many days.
Coming off a loss at Sky View on Tuesday, Ben Lomond controlled the field and time of possession throughout the game. Six different Scots scored goals, led by Victor Galindo, who scored twice and had three assists.
Anthony Garcia also had two goals, while Weston Leatherow, Rey Pantoja, Joshua Winterbottom and Jacob Jenson each scored once. Jordan Shields notched the Buffaloes' lone score.
After losing their first three games of the season, the Scots have now improved their overall record to 5-5.
* BEAR RIVER 6, GRANTSVILLE 0: At Garland, the Bears came out of the gates quickly, scoring four goals in the first half and shutting out the Cowboys to improve their overall record to 4-3.
Four different players scored for Bear River. Lane Bitner and Tanner Porter had two goals apiece, while Tanner Anderson and Tanner Christensen each put one past the Tooele goalkeeper.
The win marked the first shutout of the season for the Bears and keeper Bryce Tueller.
* OGDEN 5, STANSBURY 0: At Stansbury Park, the Tigers jumped out to an early lead with two goals in the first six minutes and never looked back as they rolled over the Stallions to remain undefeated in league play.
Josue Valtierra started the scoring for Ogden in the second minute on an assist from Ethan Vosburgh. Spencer Smith scored three minutes later, and Dario Robles added another in the 27th minute to give Ogden a 3-0 halftime lead.
Jesus Gil scored in the 66th minute on an assist from Diego Diaz, and Tucker Castle added a late goal for the final margin of victory. Goalkeeper Auggie Garcia recorded the shutout.
Ogden head coach Sterling Castle said his team's play was "a little choppy, but overall they played well."
The Tigers are 5-0 in league play and 6-1-1 overall.