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High school girls soccer: 6A/5A/4A second round recap

6A Playoffs

Layton 1, Syracuse 0

No. 10 seed Layton sneaks by No. 11 seed Syracuse 1-0. The Lancers’ Quincie Knudson got the go-ahead goal off an assist from Calli Holje. Savannah Putman got her fourth shutout of the season to secure the win and gets Layton a quarterfinal appearance.

Skyridge 3, Corner Canyon 2

No. 8 seed Skyridge’s postseason stays alive after a 3-2 victory over No. 9 seed Corner Canyon. Skyridge had even scoring with Annika Johns, Amanda Caswell and Rachel Boren each notching a goal in the win. Skyridge moves on to face No. 1 seed Davis in the 6A quarterfinals.

Mountain Ridge 2, Pleasant Grove 0

Jocelyn Wright scored in the first half, and then Kya Newton added another in the second half as No. 4 seed Mountain Ridge shut out No. 13 seed Pleasant Grove for the 6A second round win. Elle Rafajko earned the shutout for the Sentinels, who will take a five-game winning streak into the 6A quarterfinals against American Fork.

Copper Hills 1, Lehi 0

No. 3 seed Copper Hills sneaks by No. 14 seed Lehi with a 1-0 win. The game remained tied 0-0 through regulation and the first overtime period. In the end it was the Grizzlies’ Josie Montejano who had the golden goal in the second overtime, sending Copper Hills to the 6A quarterfinals.

Lone Peak 5, Salt Lake Academy 0

A hat trick from Bella Devey, and then a goal and assist from Brooke Hendricks and Kate Fuller led No. 2 seed Lone Peak to the comfortable victory over No. 15 Salt Lake Academy in the 6A second round. Kate Denney and Tessa Carter also added assists for the 17-1 Knights, with Eliza Collings recording the shutout.

Farmington 3, Weber 0

The sports cliche that it’s hard to beat a team three times came true for No. 10 seed Farmington in the 6A second round as it blanked No. 7 seed Weber despite losing to the Warriors twice during Region 1 play. Bella Sacket, Claire Rencher and Madison Davis all scored goals for the Phoenix, with Emmy Mckeon earning the shutout goal.

Davis 3, Herriman 1

Top seed Davis got two goals from Avery Thal and then a third from Lucy Potter as it eased past No. 17 seed Herriman for the 6A second round win. Herriman only trailed 2-1 at the half as it scored on an own goal, but Davis’ defense shut things down in the second half to secure its spot in the 6A quarterfinals.

American Fork 3, Riverton 1

Julie Huddleston recorded a brace, while Lucy Kesler added a goal and an assist as fifth-seeded American Fork took care of business against No. 12 seed Riverton to secure the 6A second round win. American Fork led 2-0 at the halftime and maintained that two-goal cushion in the second half to advance to the quarterfinals against Mountain Ridge.

5A Playoffs

Springville 4, Viewmont 2

Sophie Neves recorded four assists, two goals by Mattie Neves and two more on goals by Halle Hall, as No. 4 seed Springville held off a second-half push from No. 20 seed Viewmont for the 5A second round win. Springville led 2-0 at the half and made the lead hold up in the second half. Viewmont had upset No. 13 seed Box Elder in the first round and put up a good fight in its bid for a second-straight upset. Annie Layton scored both goals for the Vikings.

Bountiful 4, Roy 2

With No. 4 seed Bountiful trailing upset-minded No. 21 seed Roy at the half, the Redhawks came out and dominated the second half with four goals as they avoided the upset to secure the 5A second round win. Avah Spinning, Emmy Sorenson, Belle Sorensen and Ellyse Kesller all notched goals in the second half for the come-from-behind win. Roy, which hot upset No. 12 seed Northridge in the first round, got goals from Macy Reed and Taylor Delgado.

Olympus 2, East 0

No. 6 seed Olympus lost both Region 6 games to No. 11 East this season, but in the playoffs it had the last laugh. After a scoreless first half, Ella Schujter and McCoy Cavazos each scored a goal in the second half on assists from Hope Munson and Kiera Bradley to secure the 5A second round victory. Joss Baker earned the shutout for the Titans, who advance to face No. 3 Wasatch in the quarterfinals.

Clearfield 6, Alta 1

No. 2 seed Clearfield overwhelmed No. 15 seed Alta in the second half with four goals on it rolled to the 5A second round victory. Erin Cate scored two goals in the win for the Falcons, while Tatum Thomas and Addie Mosley notched a goal and an assist. Claire Hadley and Cassidy Andrews also scored goals for Clearfield, which marched into the quarterfinals, where it will face No. 10 seed Maple Mountain.

Maple Mountain 3, Timpview 2

After losing twice to No. 7 seed Timpview in region play, No. 10 Maple Mountain get redemption in the 5A second round with a double-overtime victory. Timpview led 2-0 at the half behind goals from Sarah Oyler, but Ruth Swain and Arie Bunce each scored in the second half as the Golden Eagles rallied to force overtime. Kate Yeates netted the winner in overtime on Mika Krommenhoek’s third assist of the game.

Spanish Fork 2, Skyline 1

No. 16 seed Spanish Fork pulled off the upset of the 5A state tournament as it stunned top seed and defending state champion Skyline in overtime in the second round. Kinsley Hicks scored the game-winning goal with 30 seconds left in overtime as the Dons stunned Skyline in their first matchup in 23 years. Addi Rigrup gave Spanish Fork the lead in the first half, but Skyline equalized late in the second half on an own goal to force overtime. With the win, Spanish Fork advances to the 5A quarterfinals, where it will face No. 8 seed Brighton.

Brighton 5, Kearns 0

No. 8 seed Brighton overwhelmed No. 9 Kearns, dominating possession throughout the game as it rolled to the 5A second round win to set up a quarterfinal game with Spanish Fork. Led by two goals from sophomore Isabella Dowdle, and one each from Nellie Brown, Shai Farrer and Bailey Brown, the Bengals easily secured the victory.

Wasatch 3, Woods Cross 1

No. 3 seed Wasatch scored twice in the first half and added a third goal in the second half as it beat No. 14 Woods Cross for the 5A second round victory. Brigitte Ferreyra scored a pair of goals for the Wasps, while Ellie Karl chipped in with two assists.

4A Playoffs

Snow Canyon 2, Desert Hills 0

No. 11 seed Snow Canyon and No. 6 Desert Hills split their two Region 9 games this season, but in the third meeting in the 4A second round, the Warriors played great defense to secure the playoff win and advance to the 4A quarterfinals. Lottie Smith scored in the first half on an assist from Lilly Wittwer and then Wittwer added an insurance goal in the second half from the penalty spot.

Mountain View 5, Murray 0

No. 7 seed Mountain View jumped all over No. 10 seed Murray in the 4A second round, scoring two goals in the first half and then three more in the second half as the Bruins rolled into the 4A quarterfinals. Kate Shirts had a huge day for Mountain View, scoring three goals and chipping in with two assists, with Bailey Peterson also notching a goal and an assist.

Crimson Cliffs 3, Mountain Crest 2

Ava Garrett scored on an assist from Ella Cotter in double overtime as No. 8 seed Crimson Cliffs eked out the win over No. 9 seed and defending state champion Mountain Crest in the 4A second round. Marissa Woolley and Kate Garrett scored first-half goals to give Crimson Cliffs the 2-0 halftime lead. The Mustangs fought back valiantly in the second half to force overtime.

Park City 3, Cedar City 1

Third-seed Park City scored two goals in the first half and then tacked on one more in the second half as it denied No. 19 Cedar a second-straight upset as it secured the 4A second round win. Sophia Thimm, Hailey Olsen and Abby Hanton all scored a goal for the Miners, with Olsen also adding an assist. Park City will host No. 11 Snow Canyon in the quarterfinals.

Green Canyon 3, Provo 0

Top seed Green Canyon scored one goal in the first half and two more in the second as it blanked No. 17 seed Provo to secure the 4A second round win. Capriel Winder scored a pair of goals for the Wolves, with Chloe Sadler notching two assists and then Kyleigh Hastings chipping in with a goal and two assists. With the win, Green Canyon advances to face No. 8 Crimson Cliffs in the quarterfinals.

Ridgeline 3, Logan 1

No. 4 seed Ridgeline beat No. 13 seed Logan for the third time this season as it pulled away in the second half for the 4A second round win. Olivia Straatman, Kenna Smith and Avery Duncan each found the back of the net to lead the Riverhawks, with Taylor Miller chipping in with a pair of assists.

Timpanogos 4, Uintah 0

No. 5 seed Timpanogos improved to 13-3 on the season with an impressive shutout win over No. 12 seed Uintah in the 4A second round. Havyn Carter scored a pair of goals to lead the T-Wolves, with Haley Hutchins and McKenna Currey adding a goal each as well. Timpanogos led 1-0 at the half, but pulled away in the second half with three goals, with Emma McIff earning the shutout.

Stansbury 1, Sky View 0

Jojo Sartori scored on an assist from Emie Major in the first half, and that was all the scoring No. 2 seed Stansbury needed as it shut out No. 15 seed Sky View to secure the 4A second round win. The Stallions will next host No. 7 Mountain View in the 4A quarterfinals.

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