JUDGE MEMORIAL 42, PARK CITY 13: Judge was fantastic on offense, led by quarterback Kaden Elliss who helped on five of their six touchdowns. Elliss ran for three, and connected with Max Barnett and Sean McMinimee on the other two passing touchdowns.
WASATCH 28, UINTAH 7: Wasatch's defense held Uintah to 14 total yards in the first half, and Safety Josh Brown returned a Uintah interception for a touchdown in the Wasps region victory. Tate Berg and Hunter Pela combined for 22 rushes and 175 yard, as Wasatch rushed for 251 yards on the night.
JUAN DIEGO 35, UNION 0: Walter Kauhaahaa scored on a pair of touchdowns in the first half as Juan Diego cruised to the victory after building a 28-0 halftime lead. Chad Williams added a pair of rushing touchdowns for 3A's second-ranked Soaring Eagle, who improved to 6-0 with the win.
BEAR RIVER 47, BEN LOMOND 12: Kyle Zundel finished the game 8-for-12 with 157 yards and three touchdowns to help Ben Lomond cruise past Bear River in region play. Zundel also carried the ball seven times for 109 yards and a score, while Jardee Nessen added eight carries for 61 yards and a TD. Calton Jensen caught three passes for 82 yards in the Bears lopsided victory.
GRANTSVILLE 28, TOOELE 7: Grantsville built a 28-7 halftime lead and put it in cruise control the rest of the way against rival Tooele.
STANSBURY 29, MORGAN 28: In a barn-burner throughout, visiting Stansbury pulled out the victory in overtime as quarterback Chase Christiansen scored on an 11-yard touchdown run in overtime, and then he added the successful two-point conversion. Jackson Clausing scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns for Stansbury.
NORTH SANPETE 34, JUAB 12: Brady Walker rushed for 132 yards and two scores on 22 rushes and Kaden Poulson added 126 yards and a score on 14 carries to lead North Sanpete in the home win. Kyle Hatch had two interceptions and Brendon Anderson added 10 tackles.
DELTA 42, PAYSON 21: Hunter Johnson rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another as Delta rolled to the easy victory over Payson in the Region 12 opener for both teams. Ezra Seui rushed for 110 yards for the Rabbits, his third straight game over 100 yards.
SPANISH FORK 56, CARBON 0: Braxton Argyle rushed for three touchdowns as Spanish Fork opened region play with an easy victory against overmatched Carbon.
GUNNISON 28, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 10: Dagen Thomas scored on a pair of touchdown passes from Colby Caldwell as Gunnison pulled away from American Leadership in the fourth quarter for the region victory. The Bulldogs overcame five turnovers and prevailed thanks to 576 yards of total offense.
MILLARD 41, EMERY 21: Emery tied the game heading into halftime but Millard dominated the second half outscoring the Spartans 27-7.
MANTI 21, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Manti forced the Wildcats to turn the ball over five times, and the Templars scored all of their points in the first half to grab the region win. Manti quarterback Connor Aste complete 9 of 16 passes for 238 yards, including a 93-yard TD strike to Jamen Miller in the first quarter.
NORTH SUMMIT 38, NORTH SEVIER 18: After trailing early in the first quarter, the Braves responded and were up by 20 by halftime. Ben Stephens came up big for North Summit rushing for 203 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries.
SAN JUAN 40, RICHFIELD 0: Logan Meyer rushed for two touchdowns, and Barkley Christensen added a touchdown pass and recovered a fumble for a touchdown to lead San Juan to the shutout victory over Richfield.
KANAB 24, SOUTH SEVIER 23: Brandon Nielsen and James Anderson hauled in fourth-quarter touchdown passes from Brandon Jenson as Kanab rallied for the region victory over South Sevier by scoring the game's final 14 points.
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