CEDAR 42, CANYON VIEW 8: The Redmen earned their first win of the season, and did it in decided fashion by trouncing cross-town rival Canyon View.
JUAN DIEGO 58, PARK CITY 0: Cole Nelson accounted for two Juan Diego touchdowns on 101 yards rushing, Chase Williams contributed two touchdowns with 125 yards rushing, Dakota Cox scored three times, and Jessie Springer totaled 127 rushing yards to keep the Soaring Eagle perfect in the one-sided home victory.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 27, UINTAH 17: The Bulldogs used a 14-point second half to capture the win and post a 5-4 overall record.
WASATCH 42, UNION 7: James Delacenserie passed for four touchdowns and rushed for another two-yard score to lead the Wasps to a dominated road victory.
TOOELE 45, BEN LOMOND 7: Tooele got its first win of the season by dominated the visiting Scots, recording a 35-0 lead by the end of the first half. Kyle Fletcher and Zach Coffman each accounted for two scores for the Buffaloes.
MORGAN 52, OGDEN 21: The Trojans amassed 28 points in the first quarter, and then cruised to the road victory over Region 11 foe Ogden.
STANSBURY 14, GRANTSVILLE 13: Jackson Clausing blocked a Grantsville PAT that became the difference in the game as the Stallions earned the narrow road victory. Clausing also had 13 tackles and a fumble recovery. Chase Christiansen led the Stansbury offense with 110 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
DELTA 43, JUAB 16: Kale Leavitt had three interceptions, one for a 20-yard touchdown, and rushed for another three scores to lift Delta over visiting Juab. Leavitt finished with 20 carries for 170 yards, and also took a two-point conversion to the house.
PAYSON 34, CARBON 8: The Lions jumped on Carbon early with a dominant 21-point first quarter, and then cruised the rest of the way for the Region 12 victory.
SPANISH FORK 28, NORTH SANPETE 6: Spanish Fork found the end zone early on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Jason Money to Colton Olsen and a 5-yard run by Money. With the two-touchdown cushion, the Dons played to their strength on defense and didn't allow a point until the final seconds. The win guarantees a share of the Region 12 title.
SOUTH SUMMIT 69, GUNNISON 7: Keyton Gines rushed for two touchdowns and five other Wildcats added rushing scores to lead South Summit to the victory over Gunnison and a first-round playoff bye. Colby Averett led the way for South Summit with 107 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 30, NORTH SEVIER 8: American Leadership reeled off 30-unanswered points after surrendering an early score in the first quarter for its second win of the season.
MANTI 24, MILLARD 14: Austin Jackson scored a rushing touchdown and returned a fumble 50 yards for another score as Manti built a 21-0 halftime lead and then hung to edge Millard to claim the 2A North region title. Millard cut Manti's lead to 21-14 after the third quarter, but Carlo Garcia added a field goal in the fourth quarter to ice the victory.
EMERY 36, NORTH SUMMIT 20: Tanner Lake led Emery with a pair of rushing touchdowns as the Spartans compiled 354 yards rushing. North Summit managed 199 yards of total offense, but were completely shutout in the second half of the region battle. Two turnovers in second half doomed the Braves on their home turf.
RICHFIELD 35, SOUTH SEVIER 20: Ryley Cunningham registered a pair of touchdowns, and Richfield blew open the game in the fourth quarter with 21-points to pull away with the rivalry win. Alani Pututau had a pair of rushing scores in the South Sevier loss.
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