OGDEN -- Victor Gallindo scored the game-winner in extra time to give Ben Lomond a 3-2 win over Ogden on the Scots' home pitch.
Luis Zarate helped Ben Lomond get the Region 11 victory by netting two goals before Gallindo's golden goal.
Dayton Wright and Jose Valtierra each scored for Ogden in the crosstown rivalry showdown.
* BEAR RIVER 3, STANSBURY 1: At Garland, Tanner Porter notched a pair of goals to lead the Bears.
* GRANGER 4, SYRACUSE 2: At Syracuse, a good early effort went for naught for the Titans.
With the scored tied at 1 at the break, the Lancers ripped three quick goals to pull away.
Jacob Stark and Trevor Judd scored for Syracuse, which now turns it attention to Region 1 play next week.
Christian Luna scored a pair to pace Granger.
* DAVIS 2, VIEWMONT 0: At Bountiful, the Darts got a pair of goals from Mitch Parkinson and Davis keeper Mitch Jensen didn't allow a goal.
* WOODS CROSS 3, FREMONT 0: At Woods Cross, Ethan Cope scored twice for the Wildcats and Truman Ballard recorded the shutout.
* BONNEVILLE 7, WEST JORDAN 2: At Washington Terrace, the Lakers built a 3-nil halftime lead and cleared the bench and worked on different combinations the rest of the way.
Sorie Morah scored two goals and Gage Woodward assisted on the first two goals of the day for Bonneville.
Hayden White, Carson Fackrell, Jordan Jarvis, Jordan Corbridge and Chandley Baddley added solo goals for the Lakers.
* WASATCH 4, SKY VIEW 0: At Heber City, Ben Powell had a hat trick while the Wasps shut out the Bobcats.
* CLEARFIELD 4, KEARNS 2: At Kearns, the Falcons improved to 5-0 with a dominating second-half effort.
Stockton Larsen had a pair of assists and five teammates found the net as Clearfield broke open a 2-2 halftime score with a strong second half of play.
Cole Lofthouse, Gavin Monson, Trevor Young and Bruce Bitter each had goals. Coach Chuck Miller said the entire defense barely allowed Kearns onto the Falcons' side of the field after halftime.
* LAYTON CHRISTIAN 5, MOUNT VERNON 2: At Layton, five different players -- many of them foreign exchange students playing together for virtually the first time -- scored for the Eagles.
Felipe Hermanny, Tanapol Fanguthi, Diego Perez, Rafael Riera and Ignacio Baeza scored goals for LCA, now 2-0 in league play, 2-1 overall.