STANSBURY 34, HURRICANE 21: Jesse Horowitz carried the ball 16 times for 150 yards and a touchdown to lead Stansbury to a solid victory over Hurricane to even its preseason record at 1-1. Chase Christiansen added 129 rushing yards on 12 carries, while Spencer Wihongi tallied 19 tackles.
DESERT HILLS 20, FOOTHILL, NEV. 16: Desert Hills ground out a close victory vs Foothill (Henderson, Nev.), highlighted by an 84-yard interception return in the third quarter by Braden Reber. Bridger Cowdin lead the offense with 86 yards rushing and one TD, while the defense once again took the stage in holding Foothill's spread offense to 200 total yards and forcing four turnovers.
CEDAR 63, CANYON VIEW 2: Cedar staked a big lead early and held on to defeat Canyon View.
UINTAH 42, GREEN RIVER, WYO. 7: Braxton Coonis finished with 370 passing yards and 166 rushing yards along with four passing touchdowns and another rushing score to lead the Utes on the road. Dakota Havens led the defense with seven tackles and Dylan Hanks had six tackles and seven assists.
BEAR RIVER 31, PRESTON, IDAHO 8: The Bears used balanced scoring to roll past visiting Preston, Idaho, to maintain their perfect record.
JUAN DIEGO 24, SKYLINE 17: After squandering a 17-2 second-half lead, Juan Diego regrouped in double overtime as Cole Nelson iced the victory with a 5-yard touchdown run to lift the Soaring Eagle to a 2-0 record. Braxton Chipman and Chris Williams scored back-to-back touchdowns in the second half to help send the game to overtime.
GRAND 48, EMERY 21: Grand County quarterback Jacob Francis rushed for three touchdowns and threw for two more as the Red Devils rolled to a big win over Emery. Grand County racked up more than 300 yards of total offense in the first half. Marco Mota scored two TDs for the Spartans.
SHELLEY, IDAHO 28, WEST JORDAN 6: West Jordan jumped out to an early 6-0 lead on a 70-yard touchdown reception by Chandler Frischknecht, but that was the Jaguars' only lead of the game as Shelley, Idaho pulled away for the victory at Idaho State University.
ALTA 35, LONE PEAK 17: Alta scored 32 straight points after trailing Lone Peak by three points. Mack Richards had 14 catches and 256 yards. Tanner Sansom had one rushing and one receiving touchdown and netted 139 total yards.
TAYLORSVILLE 33, MURRAY 0: Alex Lehauli led the Warriors with 91 yards on 5 for 11 passing and 146 yards and two TDs rushing. Isaiah Peete blasted a 98-yard touchdown run and totaled 178 rushing yards. Matthew Sterzer led the defensive effort with nine tackles as Taylorsville improved to 2-0 on the season.
GRANGER 25, KEARNS 22: Kylon Pierre scored two rushing touchdowns, one of them from 57 yards out, en route to the overtime victory.
CYPRUS 36, HILLCREST 28: The Pirates came alive in the second half, scoring two touchdowns late in the forth quarter to take home the win over the Huskies. Cyprus QB Dennis Kamakana rushed for 169 yards on 21 carries, and Elijah Reynolds came up with a big special teams play blocking a field goal in the second half.
BRIGHTON 38, FREMONT 0: The Bengals' Sione Heimuli broke off a 56-yard run in the fourth quarter to extend the lead, and Hunter Dall converted on a 35-yard field goal to finish off the game.
BINGHAM 37, HERRIMAN 24: Kyle Gearig passed for two touchdowns, and Jared Tupou scored on a touchdown late in the game as Bingham held off upset-minded Herriman to improve to 2-0. Herriman's Brandon Jensen scored on a 1-yard TD in the fourth quarter to cut Bingham's lead to 30-24 before Tupou iced it late.
SPRINGVILLE 21, CORNER CANYON 18: Springville was able to get the ball in the end zone to earn the tough road victory over Corner Canyon. Dylan Slavens completed 11 of his 17 passes for 192 yards and three TDs, while Rhett Clark finished with three receptions for 37 yards and two TDs to pave the way for the Red Devils.
OLYMPUS 21, NORTHRIDGE 17: Conner Haller hauled in a 22-yard touchdown pass from Chase Manning with a 1:43 left in the game to complete the second-half comeback for Olympus. Northridge turned the ball over five times in the loss.