Matt Gade, Deseret News
MORGAN 49, BEN LOMOND 7: Morgan raced to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back, notching a convincing victory over Ben Lomond.
GRANTSVILLE 34, MANTI 33: Manti's 20-point second quarter helped the Templars push the game into overtime. Ky Fisher and Alex Meono each scored a pair of TDs to power the home team, while Bradly Sego and Kamron Rowles combined for five TDs in the loss.
DUCHESNE 35, CARBON 0: Duchesne set a state record with its 37th consecutive victory, putting up 35 points by the break. With the win, the Eagles pick up their third win of the year to remain undefeated.
RICHFIELD 33, MONTICELLO 16: Richfield took an early 21-0 lead heading into the second half and held on to defeat Monticello. Spencer Henderson and Brenan Thomas hooked up twice in the end zone to power the Wildcats' offense.
SALEM HILLS 41, JUAB 21: The Gustin brothers teamed up for a total of four TDs as Salem Hills blew past Juab. Gunnison Gustin caught three of the four TDs, while Porter Gustin ran 15 yards for a score.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 43, NORTH SANPETE 3: Cole Casper got the job done on the ground, rushing for 172 yards and two scores on 15 carries for Maple Mountain. Conner Ellis was an added threat for the Eagles, who hauled in two catches for 96 yards and a TD.
LEHI 36, PINE VIEW 33: Caden Calton had 36 carries for 271 yards, and finished the game with four touchdowns to help Lehi slip past Pine View. Kody Wilstead led the visitors by going 31-for-43 through the air for 406 yards and five TDs.
SPANISH FORK 33, PAYSON 13: Spanish Fork scored 19 points in the opening quarter and came away with its first victory of the season. Jason Money led the way for the Dons out of the backfield as he totaled two of their five TDs.
DESERT HILLS 26, WEST 3: Desert Hills padded its 10-point lead in the fourth quarter by tacking on 13 more points to walk out with a quality road win. With the victory, the Thunder remain undefeated on the year.
SKYLINE 38, CEDAR 19: Skyline standout senior running back Chris Williams rushed for 78 yards and one touchdown on nine carries before unfortunately breaking his collarbone.
UINTAH 16, UNION 15: Spencer Seitz booted a 33-yard field with 55 seconds remaining to lift the Utes to a thrilling victory over their archrival.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 43, PARK CITY 7: Judge Memorial's balanced scoring and solid defense helped the Bulldogs pick up their first win of the season with a lopsided victory over Park City.
BOX ELDER 55, BEAR RIVER 21: Box Elder's explosive offense powered the Bees past Bear River. Shad Watson rushed for two TDs to guide the home team in the lopsided win.
SPRINGVILLE 27, STANSBURY 14: Dylan Slavens threw four touchdown passes, and Springville picked up its third consecutive victory to start the season. Willie Child caught a pair of TD receptions in the victory. Gage Manzione had two scores in the Stansbury loss.
JUAN DIEGO 35, CYPRUS 13: Jessie Spring torched the Cyprus defense with a trio of touchdowns, including a 65-yard dash to the end zone. Cole Nelson tossed a pair of Juan Diego scores, and the Soaring Eagle handed Cyprus its first loss of the season.
DELTA 12, EMERY 7: Delta scored touchdowns in the second and third quarters to give the Rabbits the victory over Emery. Morgan Bogue rushed 16 times for 124 yards and one score to lead the home team's offense. Riley Nielson anchored Delta's defense as he amassed 15 tackles.
OLYMPUS 34, WEST JORDAN 21: Chase Manning threw for 165 yards and a pair of scores to lead the Titans past West Jordan. Olympus rallied for 20 points in the second quarter to give the home team a comfortable lead at the half.
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