High school football: Week 2 roundup

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Published: Friday, Aug. 30 2013 11:50 p.m. MDT

WESTLAKE 42, OGDEN 7: Gavin Williams scored on rushing TDs of 5 and 2 yards in the first quarter, and Tyler Aldstadt extended the lead to 28-0 on a 28-yard interception return as Westlake rolled over Ogden to improve to 2-0.

BOX ELDER 28, LAYTON 7: Box Elder's Riley Burt rushed for 115 yards on 12 carries with two touchdowns in the Bees' win over Layton.

CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC, CALIF. 38, JORDAN 6: Jordan got roughed up against a motivated Cathedral Catholic, Calif., falling behind early thanks to several turnovers and the 'Diggers never recovered. Clay Moss scored Jordan's only touchdown in the second quarter.

BOUNTIFUL 42, VIEWMONT 0: Bountiful steamrolled rival Viewmont, racing to a 35-0 halftime lead on its way to an easy victory. Coming off last week's lost to Lone Peak, the Braves jumped out quick, with Tanner Redding, Max Latu and Houston Heimuli all scoring TDs in the first quarter. Redding tacked on two more receiving scores in the second quarter.

DAVIS 38, HUNTER 7: Mason White rushed for 111 yards and a 44-yard touchdown on 18 carries while quarterback Colton Chronister finished 16 of 22 with 175 yards and a 63-yard TD pass to Abel Porter to lead the Darts in the lopsided-sided victory.

SYRACUSE 17, HIGHLAND 14: Romney Harker booted a 33-yard field goal in double overtime as Syracuse rallied past upset-minded Highland in a defensive battle at Syracuse. Chase Bauerle scored a touchdown late in regulation to send the game into overtime, while both teams scored TDs in the first overtime to extend the game.

ROY 17, WEBER 14: In a back-and-forth game, Roy's Ben Aikuli drilled a 33-yard field goal as time expired to clinch the victory. Roy outscored the Warriors 11-0 in the fourth quarter to steal the victory.

WEST 26, COPPER HILLS 6: Alex Cody booted four field goals as the Panthers evened their record at 1-1. Isi Pupui added an interception return for the Panthers in a solid defensive performance.

AMERICAN FORK 35, MOUNTAIN CREST 14: Zach Katoa scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns as American Fork jumped out to an early 21-0 lead over Mountain Crest on its way to its first victory of the season. Jonah Trinnaman added a 59-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.

PLEASANT GROVE 21, TIMPVIEW 19: After giving up an early touchdown, the Vikings rallied with three consecutive scores to get the come-from-behind victory. Jeremiah Evans led the effort with two passing scores, including an 81-yard pass to Spencer Romney.

CLEARFIELD 12, BONNEVILLE 7: Kelly Thorpe kicked a pair of second-half field goals, and Blake Wilcox added a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter as Clearfield eked out a victory over Bonneville.

TIMPANOGOS 34, SPANISH FORK 16: Jackson Dunford threw five touchdown passes to five different receivers as Timpanogos rolled past Spanish Fork after building a 20-0 first-half lead.

WASATCH 28, MOUNTAIN VIEW 3: Zack Reiss completed touchdown passes to both Kayden Connor (35 yards) and Carson Law (3 yards) while Hunter Pella and Zach Purdy also found the end zone to lead the Wasps over Mountain View.

SKY VIEW 44, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 13: The Bobcats scored early and often, led by four passing touchdowns from quarterback Braxton Godderidge, to grab the easy home win. Godderidge hit Logan Miller on two separate scores, including a 29-yard score and a 12-yard score.

DUCHESNE 21, NORTH SUMMIT 7: Matt Muir set the tone with an early touchdown, and Duchesne played outstanding defense the rest of the way as the Eagles tied a state record with their 36th straight victory. Matt Dye and Braxton Spencer also scored for the Eagles.

DIXIE 51, LEHI 22: Ammon Takau led the Flyers, who scored in all four quarters, with five passing touchdowns and another 16-yard rushing score in the home win.

RIVERTON 33, MADISON, IDAHO 3: Four Riverton players scored rushing touchdowns including a 20-yard scamper by Dallin Munger to lead the Silverwolves past visiting Madison, Idaho.

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