High school football: Week 3 roundup

Published: Saturday, Sept. 1 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

JUAB 28, SALEM HILLS 23: Jeff Rowley finished the game 16-for-37 passing with 237 yard and a pair of touchdowns. Defensively, Kaden Kelson and Dedrick Davidson both recorded interceptions, and the Juab defense recorded seven sacks on the night. Salem Hills QB Kyle Tarter went 12-for-23 with 161 yards and two TDs in the loss.

STANSBURY 27, DELTA 7: Chase Christiansen passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as Stansbury easily beat Delta to improve to 3-0 on the season.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 45, PAYSON 0: Tough defense yielded the Golden Eagles their third victory and first shutout of the season. Maple Mountain had 172 passing and 224 on the ground. Six different players found the end zone in the win, but Jaron Hall led all scorers with a rushing and a passing touchdown.

UNION 29, TOOELE 21: After the tightly contested first half, Union managed to hold Tooele scoreless in the second half to pick up the victory on the road. Jayde Bertoch rushed for a touchdown, and also threw the game winning TD for Union.

NORTH SANPETE 13, CANYON VIEW 7: North Sanpete scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter to notch the comeback victory.

HURRICANE 43, LEGACY, NEV. 34: Jared Edwards tore up the Legacy defense for five touchdowns on 22 carries, and finished with 125 yards rushing. Adam Thompson helped spark the Hurricane attack with four carries for 42 yards. Thompson returned in the second half of this game after suffering a separated shoulder in week two. McKay Prince was nearly perfect under center going 9-for-10 for 141 yards and a TD.

CLEARFIELD 35, OGDEN 14: Clearfield opened the game with two quick scores, and held Ogden scoreless in the second half to preserve the win at home.

MONTICELLO 34, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Monticello picked up a dominating victory in which five different players tallied a touchdown. PJ Leiataua not only succeeded in all four of his kicks, but also received a 39-yard pass for a TD, while Gunnar Hollingsworth put an exclamation point on the win with a 21-yard pick six for the Buckaroos.

WOODS CROSS 26, MOUNTAIN CREST 23: Woods Cross shimmied through a narrow victory, scoring mostly in the first quarter. Sean Barton shined with a 77-yard run while racking up 190 total rushing yards in the game.

PINE VIEW 54, UINTAH 7: Prentiss Miller carried the ball 21 times for 250 yards and three touchdowns as Pine View rolled past Uintah for the easy victory.

NORTHRIDGE 41, KEARNS 14: David Adams rumbled for 169 yards and two scores on 14 carries for the Knights, but also delivered another touchdown and 50 yards on four receptions. Quarterback Nate Kusuda was calmly effective leading the offense, which started shaky in the first quarter, with 195 yards and three scoring strikes on 9-of-16 passing. On defense, Eliyah Mayberry tallied 12 tackles and two sacks for Northridge.

CARBON 42, BEN LOMOND 12: Carbon played solid offensively throughout the entire contest, scoring in every quarter and twice in the second and fourth to fly past Ben Lomond. Carbon hasn't scored 42 points in a game since 2002.

BRIGHTON 30, SKY VIEW 21: Uaea Masina led the Bengals with 14 carries for 124 yards and two scores on the ground. Hunter Dall connected on field goal attempts of 30, 37 and 42 to help Brighton improve to 3-0 on the year. Sky View's Skyler Hunt had 106 yards rushing in the loss.

MURRAY 27, TAYLORSVILLE 19: The Spartans earned the come-from-behind victory after putting 15 points on the board in the fourth quarter. As is the case when the two rivals play in any sport, the two opposing student sections met in the parking lot for a giant brawl. It took nearly 20 police officers to calm the melee down.

RICH 46, WEST SIDE, IDAHO 30: Austin Groll rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two more, while Benjamin Groll rushed for two touchdowns as Rich rolled past West Side, Idaho to improve to 2-0 on the season.

GRANTSVILLE 28, JUDGE MEMORIAL 14: Tied at 14 apiece, Grantsville rallied for two touchdowns within a few instances of each other to top the 'Dogs on the road.