SOUTH SUMMIT 13, MORGAN 12: South Summit came up with a big stop in the red zone in the final minute of play to secure the come-from-behind victory over visiting Morgan.
SAN JUAN 14, MONTICELLO 0: Bronze Eldredge hauled in a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes from Terrance Tate as San Juan overcame a sluggish first half to top Monticello.
RICHFIELD 35, SOUTH SEVIER 6: Richfield's Ellis Brody was stellar in the backfield as the Richfield Wildcats blew past South Sevier. Brody finished the night with three scores.
PAROWAN 22, DIAMOND RANCH 9: Parowan cruised to victory over Diamond Ranch behind the performances of Justice Walker and Caleb Murphy. Walker caught two TD receptions in the first half, one for 28 yards and one for 76 yards, and Murphy bombed three TD passes in the game, two of which went for over 65 yards to lead the Rams' offense.
GUNNISON 29, NORTH SEVIER 20: Tyson Moosman completed 9 of 26 passes for 162 yards and two touchowns as Gunnison built a big lead and held off North Sevier to improve to 2-0. Jayden Rogers came up huge for the Bulldogs, carrying the ball 26 times for 164 yards and two TDs.
RICH 20, SUMMIT ACADEMY 6: McKay Jarman scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns, and Rich's defense held Summit Academy scoreless until the final minute of the game to lift the Rebels to the season-opening victory. Benjamin Groll added a rushing touchdown in the second quarter for Rich.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 28, CARBON 14: Lincoln Henderson scored twice for the Eagles, giving American Leadership the edge on the road. Jeff Gardner scored on an 80-yard fumble recovery and Neil Davis had a 48-yard interception return to boost ALA.
GRANTSVILLE 21, TOOELE 0: Ky Fisher scored three times for Grantsville, all in the first half, as the Cowboys blanked rival Tooele to improve to 2-0.
MANTI 42, PROVO 17: Jared Schiess led Manti with 7.5 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one interception and added two second-half scores in the home victory. The Templars totaled 400 yards rushing on 50 carries and QB Connor Aste completed 7 of 13 passes for 107 yards and a TD.
JUAB 48, BEN LOMOND 12: Quarterback Nick Robins led the Wasps with 194 yards and five touchdowns on 10 for 12 passing. Jeff Rowley totaled 52 yards and a touchdown on five rush attempts; Kayden Whiting rushed for 62 yards on five attempts; and Dalton Harmon had 43 yards and one rushing TD on four attempts in addition to two passing scores.
UNION 28, NORTH SANPETE 21: Union battled back, scoring twice in the fourth quarter to escape with the narrow victory over North Sanpete. Villiam Lutui hauled in the game-winning 10-yard touchown pass from Tye Winterton with 6.6 seconds remaining in the game.
SNOW CANYON 25, SHADOW RIDGE, NEV. 6: Snow Canyon represented the state well against Nevada foe Shadow Ridge, thanks in part to a 67-yard touchdown run by Zach Kennedy.
SALEM HILLS 21, PAYSON 12: Porter Gustin threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns, two of which were caught by his brother, Gunner, in the win for Salem Hills. Gunner Gustin had nine catches for 94 yards while Porter Gustin had 81 yards on 19 carries. Zack Zobell added 134 yards and one touchdown on five catches.
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