High school football: Week 9 roundup

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Published: Saturday, Oct. 13 2012 8:18 a.m. MDT

SKY VIEW 37, BONNEVILLE 7: Sky View jumped out to a 23-0 halftime lead and coasted the rest of the way to clinch the final playoff berth from Region 5. Braxton Godderidge led the way for Sky View with a pair of passing touchdowns and a rushing score.

LOGAN 28, BOX ELDER 10: Luke Falk had a great night in the road victory, throwing 36-for-70 with 298 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Logan senior also had a two-yard reception for a touchdown to cap a stellar region victory. Jesse Braddy had 11 receptions for 101 yards and a TD for the Grizzlies.

MOUNTAIN CREST 38, ROY 6: Eddy Hall rushed 11 times for 152 yards and two touchdowns, while Faimafili Laulu-Pututau had three receptions for 88 yards and two TD's for the Mustangs. Quarterback Jamison Webb finished the night 4-for-8 with 108 yards and a pair of passing scores, as Mountain Crest improved to 5-0 in region play.

REGION 6

WOODS CROSS 14, BOUNTIFUL 0: Sean Barton led the Wildcats' rushing attack, running the ball 29 times for 160 yards and both Woods Cross touchdowns. With the victory, Woods Cross ended a 23-year losing streak to Bountiful and moved into a three-way tie for second place in Region 6 along with Bountiful and Highland.

CYPRUS 31, CLEARFIELD 6: A.J. Semeatu ran the ball 11 times for 94 yards, finishing the game with four touchdowns to lead Cyprus past Clearfield in region play. Semeatu also caught the only completed pass of the night for 20 yards a reception that sparked the Pirates offense. Defensively, Jordan Quinn recorded six solo tackles for Cyprus.

EAST 34, HIGHLAND 13: East easily took care of rival Highland as quarterback Isaac Valles carried the ball 23 times for 139 yards with a touchdown. Ula Tulutau rushed 17 times for 113 yards with a score, and East clinched the Region 6 title with the victory.

REGION 7

OLYMPUS 27, SKYLINE 9: Jake Jones led the Olympus rushing attack with 113 yards on 22 carries, and Olympus claimed the Battle-of-the-Rock for a fourth consecutive season. Corbin Anderson finished the game 7-for-11 with two passing scores on 69 yards. Anderson also ran for 48 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Olympus, Skyline and Herriman all finished in a first-place tie in Region 7.

HILLCREST 25, MURRAY 13: The Huskies jumped out to a 12-0 lead on rival Murray and then held on for its first region victory of the season. Hillcrest quarterback Tanner Thompson tossed a pair of touchdowns to Keaton Dallimore.

HERRIMAN 55, WESTLAKE 7: The Herriman Mustangs scored an impressive 45 points in the first half to down Westlake in the Region 7 matchup.

REGION 8

SALEM HILLS 10, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3: In a defensive laden game special teams accounted for every point. Tyson Bowden blocked a punt for the lone touchdown as Salem Hills defense held Mountain View to 128 total yards.

TIMPANOGOS 37, PROVO 12: Timpanogos couldn't have asked for a better first half, scoring 30 points to take an 18-point advantage into the locker rooms to put the game far out of reach.

OREM 39, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 19: Behind quarterback Taylor Camp, who was 19-for-27 for 295 yards and three touchdowns, Orem pulled off the upset at home over previously one-loss Maple Mountain. Tigers' Tyler Valdez finished with 84 yards on four catches and touchdown scores of 25 and 18 yards, respectively.

TIMPVIEW 48, SPRINGVILLE 20: Timpview was tested early, trailing 14-13 after the first quarter. But then the spark-plug lit and the T-Birds ticked off 35-unanswered points for their eight straight win.

REGION 9

SNOW CANYON 28, DIXIE 21: Mitch Phillips carried the ball 37 times for 340 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning score with 8:31 remaining in the contest. For Dixie in the loss, Blake Barney had 232 yards and one score through the air as well as 59 yards and one score on the the ground.

DESERT HILLS 46, HURRICANE 38: The Thunder used triple overtime to upset undefeated Hurricane, breaking the Tigers' 20-game win streak. Hurricane's last loss was in the 2010 3A championship game.

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