Here's a roundup of the 48 high school football games across the state on Friday night in Week 5:
LAYTON 35, WEBER 14: Hunter Evans was 12-of-21 for 256 yards and two touchdowns for Layton in the win. The Lancers defense was swarming the entire night with five sacks and two interceptions. Willie Uasilaa carried the ball 18 times for 74 yards and a TD in the region victory.
SYRACUSE 28, DAVIS 14: Davis book-ended the game with touchdowns, but the Titans produced two more scores to remain perfect on the season. Brock Anderson completed 20-of-28 passes for 209 yards and four touchdowns with one interception, and he kicked all four Syracuse extra points. Mason Woodward was the team's lead rusher with 84 yards on 14 carries.
NORTHRIDGE 42, FREMONT 18: David Adams rushed 22 times for 101 yards and a score, and also caught the ball five times for 72 yards. Jace Colby had four catches with 61 yards and two scores, while Dallin Isaacson carried the ball for 58 yards and two touchdowns.
JORDAN 36, ALTA 24: Behind a dominant rushing game, the 'Diggers overcame an early 14-0 deficit on their way to beating Alta for the first time in six years. Jordan had 56 rushes for 331 yards, with quarterback Austin Kafentzis leading the way with 161 yards on 32 carries. Clay Moss added 114 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns. Alta quarterback Chipper Lucero had a great game completing 29-of-43 for 372 yards and three touchdowns.
LOGAN 54, BONNEVILLE 20: Logan marched into the half with a comfortable 14-point lead, and opened the flood-gates in the second half with 34 points to pick up the region victory on the road.
MOUNTAIN CREST 44, SKY VIEW 24: Mountain View's Eddy Hall led the way with 252 yards and two rushing touchdowns on 33 carries along with a 28-yard passing touchdown. Faimafili Laulu-Pututau had eight receptions for 108 yards and two scores for the Mustangs.
BOX ELDER 39, ROY 17: A closely fought battle in the first half turned into an easy win for Box Elder as they scored 26 points in the second half. The Bees went into the half trailing 17-13 but thanks to two touchdown runs by Kasen Flinders they were able to come out with the win. Tyler Thornton and Matt Williams sealed the deal with a pick-six and a touchdown run, respectively.
BOUNTIFUL 56, CYPRUS 10: Jakob Hunt led the Bountiful attack with a team high four touchdowns to pick up the region victory at home. Jordan Hayes passed for a pair of touchdowns, and Tyler Packer added a 42-yard TD sprint as the Braves accounted for 258 total yards rushing.
HIGHLAND 56, CLEARFIELD 14: Austin Peterson was 5-for-12 with 81 yards passing, while rushing for 48 yards and two touchdowns. Viliami Sekona carried the ball 13 times for 124 yards and three scores, and Highland enjoyed a 42-14 advantage at the half to cruise to the lopsided region win.
EAST 28, WOODS CROSS 7: Ula Tulutau led the East rushing attack with 164 yards and a touchdown. The Leopards marched to 394 total rushing yards, and overcame three fumbles to down Woods Cross on the road and pick up the region victory.
OLYMPUS 26, WESTLAKE 6: Olympus managed to hold Westlake scoreless for the first three quarters, until Gavin Williams connected with Timothy Forsyth to record Thunder's lone score. Corbin Anderson and Coleman Meier managed to reach the end zone in the Titans victory.
HERRIMAN 56, HILLCREST 7: Herriman got off to a strong start in Region 7 play with a rout of Hillcrest.
SKYLINE 41, MURRAY 0: Skyline enjoyed a huge second quarter to pull away from Murray. In the second Jack Larsen snatched an interception and made a house call from 45-yards out while Garrett England scored twice - once on a 22-yard reception and the other on a 62-yard punt return.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 27, PROVO 13: Mountain View took the lead early in the first quarter and never gave it back as they rolled over Provo. Running back Atunaisa Palu scored two rushing touchdowns while George Beaton added one of his own on a 72-yard run. Kicker Nathan Pierpont had two field-goals and was three-for-three on PATs
TIMPVIEW 38, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 7: Jake Lloyd managed a 23-of-32 passing performance with 297 yards and three touchdowns to lead Timpview in region play. Dax Raymond got the job done on the receiving end, catching the ball eight times for 100 yards and a TD. Gregson Aspinall torched the Maple Mountain defense for 106 yards and two TDs on 12 carries.
TIMPANOGOS 29, SPRINGVILLE 2: Jacod Jougaard found paydirt twice to help Timpanogos stay undefeated. Houston Brown was also on point, knocking down both his FG attempts, from 39 and 27 yards, and all three PATs.
OREM 43, SALEM HILLS 3: Taylor Camp threw three touchdown passes to Quinn Ringer in Orem's lopsided victory. Ringer also had a rushing score late in the contest to bring his total number of touchdowns on the day to four.
HURRICANE 34, DIXIE 32: Jared Edwards and Adam Thompson led the Hurricane comeback victory with a solid night of rushing. Edwards had 23 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns, while Thompson managed 112 yards on 10 carries with three scores. Drew Batchelor led Dixie with three scores, and Blake Barney finished the game 18-for-31 with 284 yards and a score in the loss.
DESERT HILLS 28, PINE VIEW 7: Ty Rutledge led the Thunder by going 9-for-18 with 192 passing yards and two touchdowns with three interceptions. Rutledge also carried the ball 14 times for 187 yards and a TD. Desert Hills receiver Brad Wulfenstein had 3 catches for 96 yards and a score, while Travis LaGrone led the Thunder defense with 11 tackles. Pine View QB Prentiss Miller carried the ball 27 times for 143 yards and a TD in the loss
SNOW CANYON 42, CANYON VIEW 0: Mason Smith went 4-for-9 with 108 yards for Snow Canyon, while Brandon McFarland carried the ball two times for 122 yards and a score. Mitch Phillips also had a solid night on the ground, rushing 12 times for 95 yards and four scores.
BEAR RIVER 44, OGDEN 7: Kyle Zundel finished the game 12-for-21 with 158 yards and a touchdown for Bear River. Zundel also rushed for the game first TD and finished with 76 yards on the ground. Taylor Lund led the Bears rushing attack with 92 yards and a TD on 11 carries. Defensively, Brock Hill was able to return an interception for a score in the region win.
STANSBURY 55, TOOELE 0: Stansbury dominated on the ground - racking up 503 yards with six rushing scores. Jackson Clausing led the way with 187 yards and two TDs as the Stallions remain unscathed on the season.
MORGAN 58, BEN LOMOND 13: Joe Kippen carried the ball just two times, but both were touchdown runs 97 and 59 yards as he led Morgan to the easy region victory over ben Lomond. Lantzen Toomer added a pair of rushing touchdowns as well as Morgan finished with 258 yards rushing on just 22 carries.
MILLARD 42, GUNNISON 8: Jesse Rhodes had 200 yards rushing while Millard corralled three interceptions en route to the big time win at home.
EMERY 53, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 10: Emery notched another region win after piling on 40 points in the first half and coasting to victory in the second.
SOUTH SUMMIT 55, NORTH SEVIER 13: Jay Reidhead and Hayden Packard each returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown, and each added a second score to lead the Wildcats in the road victory.
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.
GRANTSVILLE 37, UINTAH 19: Grantsville got off to a great start, outscoring Uintah 17-0 in the first quarter. Uintah took a 19-17 lead in the fourth quarter, but Ky Fisher's interception return and Devin Adams' 60-yard fumble recovery sealed the win for the Cowboys.
BRIGHTON 17, PLEASANT GROVE 16: Brighton scored late in the game to get a dramatic come-from-behind win over Pleasant Grove. The Bengals were able to keep their perfect season intact for at least another week with the win. Brighton's Brady McCloyn scored the game-winning touchdown on a 31-yard run with four minutes remaining. Skyler Munsen had given Pleasant Grove the lead earlier in the quarter on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Michael Anderson.
JUAN DIEGO 49, GRANGER 7: What was supposed to be an exciting matchup between undefeated teams turned into a blowout as Juan Diego's Nick Markosian was 7-of-9 through the air for 240 yards and two touchdowns. Granger suffered mightily from the center-quarterback exchange, putting the ball on the turf eight times -- three of which resulted in turnovers.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 73, WHITEHORSE 0: Summit Academy notched another blowout victory, this time on the road against Whitehorse. The Bears improved to 4-1 overall in the school's first ever football season.
BINGHAM 34, COTTONWOOD 14: Tonga Manu rushed for a pair of touchdowns and Michael Green booted a pair of field goals as Bingham easily wrapped up its preseason schedule with a convincing win over winless Cottonwood.
DUCHESNE 37, DIAMOND RANCH 7: Matt Muir posted a kick return touchdown of 99 yards and later added a 30-yard score to lead the Eagles in the home victory.
LONE PEAK 27, WEST 14: Baron Gajkowski threw a pair of touchdowns as Lone Peak eked out a nonregion victory over a surprisingly tough West team.
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