SYRACUSE — Layton High softball scored four runs in the fifth inning to take control in an 8-0 win Wednesday at Syracuse and to clinch at least a share of the Region 1 title.
Kaitlyn Roberts batted 3 for 3 for the Lancers (15-8, 10-1 Region 1). Brooklyn Pritchett hit 2 for 3 with a triple and one RBI. Tylor Comeau hit 2 for 4 with two doubles and drove in one. Jackie Gold struck out 11 in a complete-game win.
Rachel Godfrey doubled for one of three Syracuse (6-12, 3-8) hits. The Titans have been eliminated from playoff contention.
ROY 9, FARMINGTON 2
ROY — Roy plated five runners in the sixth inning to put away Farmington.
Ana Palmer paced the Royals (12-12, 8-5 Region 5), batting 4 for 4 with three RBIs. Saige Nielsen and Jakell Eddy each had two hits and two RBIs, with Nielsen hitting a double.
Maysa Averett pitched a complete game.
Hadley Eichmeier batted 3 for 4 with a double for the Phoenix (9-13, 6-7). Delaney Baker hit an RBI double.
MOUNTAIN CREST 1
HYRUM — Macy Benincosa batted 2 for 3 with a home run, a double and three RBIs to pace Clearfield (14-8, 5-6 Region 1) in a non-region win over Mountain Crest. Jayci Finch added a solo home run and struck out 14 in a complete-game win.
Clearfield clinched Region 1’s fourth seed courtesy of Layton’s win over Syracuse.
BEN LOMOND 0
LAYTON — Lily Mcguckin hit 2 for 2 with three RBIs for Northridge (9-15) in a three-inning, non-region win. Amanda Lee hit an RBI triple. Keziah Stutzman hit a three-run double and Tayler Theobald added a double.
Shaylee Beardall had the only hit for the Scots (2-17).
NORTHRIDGE 3, LAYTON 0
LAYTON — Jacob Rhoades pitched a no-hitter and struck out nine as Northridge baseball downed Layton 3-0 in region play on Wednesday.
Caleb Brown had two RBIs and Reece Moon drove in one for the Knights (4-18, 4-12 Region 1), who had four hits on the day.
Landon Brant drew two walks as the only Lancer (11-12, 8-8) to reach base.
SYRACUSE 5, CLEARFIELD 4
SYRACUSE — Mark Amparan hit a two-run double as Syracuse (13-9, 10-6 Region 1) outlasted Clearfield. Dougrey Humphrey drove in one with a sacrifice fly. Jaxson Christiansen picked up the win and Bridger Nall pitched two innings for the save.
Taylor Sato batted 3 for 3 and drove in two for Clearfield (10-12, 8-8). Ethan Giacalone and Ty Witt each doubled.
ROY 4, BOX ELDER 0
ROY — Porter Thackeray hit an RBI triple for Roy (16-8, 9-5 Region 5) in a region shutout. Chris Porm added an RBI double. Hunter Yoder pitched a complete game, allowing three hits and striking out five.
Logan Holgate accounted for two Box Elder (5-19, 2-12) hits.
FARMINGTON 9, VIEWMONT 2
FARMINGTON — Farmington scored all nine of its runs in the sixth inning to turn a 2-0 deficit into a region win over Viewmont.
Logan Forbush batted 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs for the Phoenix (10-13, 8-5 Region 5). Connor Thomas hit an RBI double and Sam Graves drove in two. Dylan Jeppson struck out seven in six innings for the win.
Noah Montoya hit a triple for Viewmont (8-14, 8-5), who scored both runs on errors.
BOUNTIFUL 4, WOODS CROSS 3
WOODS CROSS — Peyton Hale hit a solo home run as Bountiful (11-10, 6-7 Region 5) topped Woods Cross. Mason Farr and Isaac Parry each hit doubles, while Sam Jordan drove in two.
Karson Bodily and Carter Weierman each had three hits for Woods Cross (11-12, 7-6).
Fremont at Weber: rescheduled to Friday, May 10.
5A STATE TOURNAMENT
WEST VALLEY CITY — Bountiful’s Vanna Einerson finished in third place, just two shots behind first, at the 5A girls golf state tournament played at The Ridge Golf Course.
Einerson shot a two-day total of 151 (77, 74). Box Elder’s Draygen Taylor shot a two-day score of 171 (84, 87) to finish in 11th, two shots behind 10th place
Bountiful finished seventh as a team. Timpview won the team title by 10 shots. Corner Canyon’s Jamie Connell won medalist honors in a playoff.
3A STATE TOURNAMENT
MORGAN — Morgan’s Lauren Telford shot a two-day total of 175 (93, 82) to tie for ninth place at the 3A tournament played on her home course at Round Valley.
Morgan finished second as a team. Richfield ran away with the team title, shooting 96 strokes better than the Trojans.
Richfield’s Hayden Harris won the individual title and four other Wildcats finished in the top six.