Taylor Sorenson set a goal with her father to be a top hitter in 4-A, but there was something else driving her — something evidenced by eight letters she would write on her wrist: “GMA HARDY.”
Mat Clark pulled off a hat trick and Syracuse pulled off a major upset in Region 2 with a 3-2 win at defending 5-A champion Viewmont. Many other soccer and softball matchups were postponed due to rainy weather.
Fremont exacted some revenge following Roy’s extra-inning win Tuesday with an 8-4 victory on the Royals’ home field Wednesday.
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Clearfield spotted Weber a 6-3 lead, then scored eight runs in the sixth inning for an 11-9 victory Tuesday at Clearfield.
Kru Flint, Jack Hulce, Anthony Durbano and Corbin Richards tallied consecutive two-out singles to score three runs for Roy in the top of the 11th inning — then Brody Perkes slammed the door on Fremont in the bottom half to preserve the Royals’ 9-6 marathon victory Tuesday.
With a 1-1-2 record heading into its game against Davis on Tuesday afternoon, Layton has already seen several tight soccer matches this season. So, when Davis scored an early goal, Layton didn't lose it — then rallied from a second-half tie to take down the Darts 3-2 in Region 2 action.
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BRIGHAM CITY — Box Elder put together three three-run innings and Brylee Marziale pitched a complete-game shutout as Box Elder defeated Layton 9-0 Friday. Box Elder scored three runs in each of the third, fifth and sixth innings. Marziale struck out nine. She also doubled twice. Taylor...
LAYTON — Layton Christian blistered Intermountain Christian with seven goals in the first half and went on to win 10-0 Friday. Bartomeu Tortella Mestre had three goals and Fabrizio Tufano tallied two. Marcelo Holanda, Jesus Tomasi, Ryan Arevalo, Chris Masozera and Sebastian Oliver Amengual...