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Region Roundup: Cedar girls soccer gets big win over Parowan

Cedar scored seven first-half goals on its way to an 8-0 win over Parowan on Thursday, handing the Rams their first loss of the season. Julia Hunt scored four times for the Lady Reds and Chloe Bearnson, Holly Carpenter, Lindsey Robinson and Tasha Kamachi added the other four goals for Cedar.

Cedar defeated Parowan 8-0 Thursday afternoon.

Cedar defeated Parowan 8-0 Thursday afternoon.

Emily Pearson recorded the shutout for the Lady Reds, who improved to 2-2. Parowan came into the game with a 5-0 record, outscoring its opponents 23-3.

Volleyball: Desert Hills sweeps Richfield

Desert Hills improved to 6-2 overall with a 3-0 sweep over Richfield on Thursday night (25-14, 25-12, 25-21). Rachel Winters led the Thunder with 13 kills, 12 digs and four service aces, while Charity Bradley added 12 kills. Hailee Harmer had 15 assists.

Volleyball: Snow Canyon sweeps Canyon View

Snow Canyon got back into the win column after a dominating 3-0 home sweep (25-16, 25-21, 25-18) over Canyon View on Thursday night. Sammi Johnston had a team- high eight kills and Ally Dunston added seven for the Warriors. Camryn Johnson had 19 assists and Maddi Esplin had 13 digs.

Tennis: Region 9 play officially underway

Desert Hills, Pine View and Snow Canyon all convincingly won in their first matches of region play that count toward the region tournament seedings. Pine View beat Hurricane 5-0, Snow Canyon beat Cedar 5-0 and Desert Hills beat Dixie 4-1.

Golf: Schone shots 69 at Southgate

Pine View’s Noah Schone fired a 69 to win his fourth consecutive individual Region 9 title Thursday at Southgate Golf Club. Schone won by seven shots for his biggest victory of the season. Pine View’s Jaden Milne and Halley Smith finished the day in a tie for second with a 76. Trajen Kidd was one stroke behind as the Panthers had four golfers finish in the Top 5.

Pine View won the team event with a score of 298. Dixie finished second for the second week in a row and Desert Hills rounded out the top 3. Both Snow Canyon and Hurricane tied for fourth at 352. It was the Tigers’ best finish of the season.

Follow Spectrum sports reporters on Twitter: Justin Giles (@justingiles22), Patrick Carr (@patrickcarr_) and Ryan Miller (@millerjryan).

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