ALTAMONT 45, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 32: Randy Sorensen and Dylan Lindsay each scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns to lift Altamont to the easy victory over West Wendover, Nev., improving its record to 2-2 on the season.
DUCHESNE 40, MILFORD 0: The top-ranked team in 1A extended its winning streak to 38 straight as it held Milford to just 68 yards rushing en route to the runaway victory. Quarterback Trent Roberts threw for 171 yards with two touchdown and rushed for 32 yards to highlight the action for Duchesne.
DIAMOND RANCH 54, MONUMENT VALLEY 6: Diamond Ranch exploded for 32 points in the opening quarter before hitting cruise control in an easy road win at Monument Valley.
NORTH SUMMIT 24, SUMMIT ACADEMY 14: North Summit quarterback Ryan McMichael opened the scoring with an 80-yard touchdown run, and then tacked on two more touchdowns later in the game as the Braves hit the road and knocked off winless Summit Academy to improve to 2-0 in region play.
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 21, MILLARD 10: American Leadership clung to a 14-10 halftime lead before Jeff Gardner took a Millard fumble 96 yards back for a touchdown to give ALA a comfortable fourth quarter lead, and eventually the win.
SAN JUAN 23, NORTH SEVIER 18: Visiting San Juan escaped with the victory at North Sevier as Max Morley scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns, and Terrance Tate helped seal the deal in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run that proved to be the game-winning score.
GRAND 23, SOUTH SEVIER 6: Jacob Francis scored all three touchdowns for Grand, which held South Sevier scoreless in the final three quarters to secure the region victory. Trevor Jones put the Rams on the board first with a 47-yard touchdown run.
ENTERPRISE 32, PAROWAN 0: Kelton Hunt was superb for the Wolves; carrying the ball 28 times for 235 yards and three touchdowns in an impressive shutout victory over the Rams. Enterprise finished with 346 rushing yards, while defensively Joey Paine had a big game with six tackles and five sacks.
STANSBURY 35, UINTAH 14: Hudson Conrad rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries Friday night, leading Stansbury to the region victory. Jesse Horowitz had 23 carries with 113 yards with one score.
BEAR RIVER 62, TOOELE 48: The two teams combined for 110 points with Bear River contributing 41 in the first half alone.
JUAN DIEGO 69, BEN LOMOND 0: The Soaring Eagle received big contributions from Chase Williams, Cole Nelson and Jesse Springer, all three of which scored mulitple touchdowns. Juan Diego's defense was also stout in shutting out the Scots
HURRICANE 31, PAYSON 22: JD Stanworth carried the ball 18 times for 86 yards and two touchdowns, and teammates Kole Richins and Tyson Yardley each added rushing scores of their own as Hurricane held off a late rally from Payson for its first win of the season.
DESERT HILLS 25, CEDAR 0: Sophomore Nick Warmsley came through in the rain with his best game of the season, completing 10 of 13 passes for 193 yards and four touchdowns. Senior Jordan Hokanson was on the receiving end of five of those completions, finishing with 93 receiving yards and two TDs. Cedar's option offense struggled to gain momentum and was held to less than 50 yards rushing and 88 yards passing.
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