Michael Moore, Deseret News
NORTH SUMMIT 32, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 6:Keegan McQueen finished with a with a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown, and Braden Brown added two rushing TDs of his own to lead the Braves to the road victory over the Eagles to even their record up at 2-2.
EMERY 33, NORTH SEVIER 14: Touchdown passes from North Sevier's Joey Edwards to Mac Porter bookended a blitz of offense from Emery, which prevailed 33-14.
MILLARD 24, SOUTH SUMMIT 7: South Summit was driving to pull within a score late in the fourth quarter when Millard's Jesse Rhodes picked off a pass and sprinted 80 yards for the game-sealing score. Pancho Alcala ran for a score for the Eagles and also kicked a field goal and connected on all three PATs.
MANTI 42, GUNNISON 14:Zane Stevens rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns, while Brady Aste added 79 yards and a score of his own as Manti cruised to the region victory over Gunnison.
SAN JUAN 37, KANAB 0: The Broncos pulverized Kanab in this uncontested game. Logan Meyer displayed a well-rounded player showing off his kicking and receiving skills for San Juan. Barkley Christensen shot a wild 69-yard pass to Meyer.
GRAND 37, SOUTH SEVIER 18:Jacob Francis had an impressive night for Grand, with 148 yards on 23 rushes and three touchdowns in the victory. Patrick Baker of South Sevier got into the end zone twice in the loss, catching a TD pass and running back a fumble recovery.
BEAVER 56, PAROWAN 0: Beaver delivered a discouraging and relentless blow on Parowan. Beaver's dominant scores consisted of runs. Parker Fails pulled off a 99-yard interception return TD, and Jeremy Brown sprinted 77 yards for another score.
RICHFIELD 31, ENTERPRISE 28: In a game that featured three straight kickoff returns for touchdowns, Richfield held on for the narrow victory over visiting Enterprise.
DUCHESNE 42, MILFORD 6: Duchesne scored 42 first-quarter points to crush Milford.
MONTICELLO 57, MONUMENT VALLEY 0: The Buckaroos jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead on Monument Valley and never looked back in an easy victory to open region play.
DIAMOND RANCH 14, ALTAMONT 7: Diamond Ranch scored twice in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and pull away from Altamont to improve to 4-0 this season in its first year playing varsity football.
OREM 52, PROVO 35:Cole Payne worked hard all night to get open, and it paid off as he caught three touchdown passes. Matt Gay also had a good night kicking for Tigers. Taylor Camp threw four TD passes for Orem, while Provo's Kyle Larsen found the end zone three times in the loss.
TIMPVIEW 27, MOUNTAIN VIEW 25: In a heart breaker Jake Lloyd completed a 33 yard touchdown pass to Ricky Shumway who wrestled the ball away from a Mountain View player for the winning score as time ran out. Taylor Wach played a great game for Mountain View, he rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 37, SPRINGVILLE 6:Cameron Carson led the Golden Eagles by racking up 187 yards rushing on 18 carries with two touchdowns. Quarterback KJ Hall had two scores on the ground and a touchdown pass. Maple Mountain's defense forced eight turnovers.
SALEM HILLS 22, TIMPANOGOS 13:Ryan Stevens passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another to lead Salem Hills, which jumped out to a 22-point lead and then held on despite Timpanogos' late rally.
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