High school football: Week 5 roundup

Deseret News

Published: Saturday, Sept. 15 2012 1:00 a.m. MDT

MANTI 46, NORTH SUMMIT 7: Connor Aste tossed a pair of touchdowns for Manti, who built a comfortable 36-0 lead at the half to cruise to the victory in the 2A North region. Chris Cox returned a blocked kick for a Manti TD, while Austin Jackson and Taylor Soper also found the end zone for the Templars.


GRAND 19, RICHFIELD 13: The Red Devils earned the region victory behind a great effort from Jacob Francis, who ran for 122 yards on 22 carries, threw two touchdown passes, and kicked two field goals and a PAT. Sophomore Koby Sobremesana recorded a 49-yard touchdown reception and Wesley Rodda scored on a 6-yard reception.

BEAVER 57, SOUTH SEVIER 0: Visiting Beaver disappointed the home crowd as they shut South Sevier out. Brennon Hutchings had a good game for the Beavers, scoring two touchdowns.

SAN JUAN 41, PAROWAN 0: Barkley Christensen passed for three touchdowns, and rushed for another to lead 2A's top-ranked team to the shutout victory over Parowan. Logan Meyer had a 60-yard touchdown run and also returned an interception 61 yards for a score.

KANAB 26, ENTERPRISE 13: Brandon Jenson had a hand in all four of the Cowboys' touchdowns, including two rushing scores, each from 37 yards out, and two passing TDs, a six-yard dump to Brandon Nielsen and an eight-yard pass to James Anderson.


LEHI 45, VIEWMONT 6: Lehi dominated the game from start to finish, and enjoyed a 23-0 lead at halftime. The Pioneers came out in the second half to pour on 22 points, and were able to hold Viewmont scoreless through three quarters to earn the region win at home.

AMERICAN FORK 47, COPPER HILLS 0: American Fork delivered a beatdown at home with 431 yards of total offense; 180 rushing yards and 251 passing yards. The Cavemen managed to hold Copper Hills scoreless, subduing their 5A counterpart to cruise through four quarters of play.

JUAB 42, PARK CITY 13: Jeff Rowley tossed four touchdown passes to lead Juab in a rout of Park City. The Wasps gained 200 yards through the air, 163 on the ground, and held the Miners to only 76 yards rushing.

TAYLORSVILLE 15, DELTA 12: Taylorsville scored late in the fourth quarter to grab the victory. The homecoming-game victory is the first of the season for the Warriors, who will battle Kearns next week in Region 2 play.

PAYSON 14, UNION 10: KK Loveless returned a interception for a touchdown to lift Payson over Union in the narrow victory. Devan Judd found Kyle Moffat for the first Payson score, while Jayde Bertoch tossed the lone TD for Union in the loss.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 56, MILFORD 8: Kyle Yockey completed the Eagles' only pass of the game, a successful two-point conversion on a fumbled PAT attempt after their final score of the game. Nick Edwards contributed 126 yards and three touchdowns on seven rushes, Colin Greenhill had a touchdown and 10 tackles, and LCA blocked a punt and recovered two fumbles in the dominating home victory. Wade Netto put Milford on the scoreboard with a eight seconds remaining with a 72 yard rushing TD followed by a two-point conversion.

SPANISH FORK 30, JUDGE MEMORIAL 10: Jason Money connected with Logan Jensen and Colton Olson on touchdowns as Spanish Fork bounced back nicely from last week's loss to Logan with a solid victory over Judge.

ALTAMONT 14, CARBON 6: Altamont was solid on the ground to earn its first victory of the season. Kyle Foy scored all 14 of the Longhorns' points.

WASATCH 42, NORTH SANPETE 13: Despite trailing after the first quarter, Wasatch was able to dominate the rest of the game behind spectacular performances from quarterback James Delacenserie and reciever Kayden Conner. Delacenserie was 13-of-18 on the night and ended with five touchdown passes and 441 passing yards. Conner had four receptions and finished with 228 yards and two touchdowns. Talem Franco added 159 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

MONTICELLO 0, RICH 6: Monticello managed to hold Rich scoreless for three quarters, and easily cruised to a third consecutive victory over previously undefeated Rich at home.