SYRACUSE -- The Royals were behind the eight-ball, but never flinched.
Trailing 2-1 on the road in the second half, Roy's offense exploded coming down the stretch as it scored four straight goals to secure a convincing 5-2 road win over the Titans in Region 1 boys soccer action.
The Royals led 1-0, but the Titans knotted the game up at 1-1 at halftime.
Abel Riviera scored two goals for Roy, while Zachariah Mosher, Trase Stapley and Brodee Bryant each found the back of the net for the Royals.
"We picked up our intensity in the second half and began to setting into possessing the ball better," Roy coach Glen Puckrin said. "We made better decisions on and off the ball and finished our chance in front of the goal.
"Brodee Bryant's goal was a peach," said Puckrin of his outside defender. "He dribbled from the half, taking on several players and finished his goal comfortably."
Roy moved to 4-3-1 with the win.
Brandon Carrillo and Dylan Coffee scored for Syracuse (1-6-1).
* NORTHRIDGE 1, DAVIS 0: At Layton, the Knights sprung the season the upset on their home field and ended the Darts' 11-game winning streak and previously perfect start to the 2011 season.
Christian Hall scored the winning goal for Northridge, which snapped a four-game losing streak and moved to 3-6 on the season.
* FREMONT 3, CLEARFIELD 0: At Clearfield, the Silver Wolves got early energy from Alec Stimpson and claimed the win.
Stimpson scored in the first minute, then assisted Zach Arrington on a second goal just nine minutes later. Jordan Praetor added a chip-shot goal in the 33 minute for Fremont (6-2-0).
Kevin Mead and Cayden Quayle shared the shutout in goal.
* CHRISTIAN HERITAGE 2, OAKLEY 1: At Roy West Park, Yun-Gu Kim scored in each half as the Crusaders (3-4-1) overcame an early deficit to ge the win.
Viktor Schmidt posted an assist while Felix Lentke, Jake Sabin and Jordan Jones dominated the midfield. Nick Hammond made a couple of late saves to preserve Crusaders' edge.
Brian Roy scored for Oakley.
Softball Region 5
* BONNEVILLE 9, OGDEN 5: At Washington Terrace's CD Field, the defending league champion Lakers rallied from a 5-0 fourth-inning deficit with an eight-run sixth to extend their winning streak to seven -- despite committing five errors -- in a game shifted from Ogden High because of wet grounds.
Sophomore right-hander Jamie Garner allowed four hits with three strikeouts and four walks.
Val Buckway went 2-for-3 with an RBI and scored a run. Maddi Keesler was 2-for-4 with a double and a run; and Bailee Freeland went 2-for-2 with an RBI, a run and a stolen base for Bonneville (12-1 overall, 7-0 league).
The Tigers dropped to 4-7, 0-6.
* BOX ELDER 17, LOGAN 2 (THREE INNINGS): At Brigham City, sophomore right-hander Baylee Reeves tossed a two-hitter and the Bees recorded a season high run total.
Freshman Molly Horne went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBIs and scored two runs. Vanessa Quintero was 1-for-2 with two walks, an RBI and three runs; Kortney Law went 2-for-3 with two doubles -- she also reached base on an error -- two RBIs and three runs; Rachel Kennedy was 2-for-2 with a walk, two RBIs and two runs; Reeves drilled a two-run double and scored a run; Miranda Stokes went 1-for-2 with a walk, an RBI and a run; Morgan McCormick walked twice with an RBI groundout and scored two runs; and Kelsey Rodriguez was 1-for-2 with a walk and two runs for Box Elder (7-8, 4-3).
The Bees drew 10 walks off two Grizzlies' pitchers, leading to six runs. Every Box Elder player who played scored at least a run.
Logan is 3-8, 2-3.
* GRANTSVILLE 11, BEN LOMOND 1 (5 INNINGS): At Ogden, the Scots have had to deal with the loss to up to eight players already this season for a variety of reasons. That still doesn't stop them from playing hard even in their loss to the Cowboys.
"It's all we can do to get some players on the field," Ben Lomond coach Dennis Ray said. "A couple of weeks ago we won a game on the road with only nine players that dressed. It's tough on the kids, but if I don't pay attention to the kids that are working hard, then I'm not doing my job.
"I saw a couple of good things today from the kids. The kid that had the RBI today hasn't played hardly any baseball and our younger kids are starting to come around. It is an ongoing battle as a coach to get these kids playing hard all the time."
Grantsville scored the first run of the game on a sacrifice fly from Drew Sutton after a leadoff triple from Lincoln Kelley. Starting pitcher Skyler Cloward pitched a strong game for the Cowboys by striking out seven in just five innings.
They scored three more runs in the third inning and six in the fourth, highlighted by a two-run double from Conner Turner. The Scots (0-4 league, 4-8 overall) were able to get one back in the bottom of the fifth inning when Fernando Carmona scored on an RBI single from Izzy Albarran up the middle to account for their only run of the game. They were unable to overcome the large deficit in the end.
* JUAN DIEGO 11, MORGAN 8: At Draper, an early five-spot was too much for the Trojans to overcome.
Morgan outhit Juan Diego 13-11. Lawson Toomer went 3-for-4 and had a double. Landon Carter and Josh Duncan also had doubles.
Braden Daniel took the loss for the Trojans (1-3 league, 5-10 overall).