High school football: Friday's roundup

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Published: Saturday, Sept. 21 2013 11:45 a.m. MDT

Salem Hills plays Wasatch in Utah high school football on Sept. 20, 2013 in Salem, Utah.

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DAVIS 28, FREMONT 14: Parker Rose rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown against Fremont, who remain winless on the season. Colton Chronister finished the game 11-for-17 with 185 yards and a pair of TDs. Trevor Leavitt hauled in three receptions for 102 yards and two scores.

WEBER 35, VIEWMONT 0: Weber's Auston Tesch scored three touchdowns on 14 carries while racking up 107 yards in the convincing victory over Viewmont.

SYRACUSE 45, NORTHRIDGE 27: Kavika Fonua rushed for three touchdowns and added a receiving score too, and teammate Caden Call scored a defensive touchdown as Syracuse rolled past Northridge to bounce back from last week's tough region loss to Davis.


AMERICAN FORK 42, WESTLAKE 0: Jacen Condie threw a trio of touchdowns and rushed for another in the shutout victory over Westlake. Zach Katoa had three TDs for the Cavemen, who improved to 4-1 and 2-0 in region play.

PLEASANT GROVE 37, LEHI 34: The Vikings maintained their spotless record with a narrow victory at Lehi.

RIVERTON 31, LONE PEAK 14: Paden Cayia rushed for a pair of scores, as Riverton outlasted Lone Peak to pick up the region win. Leading by just three points at the break, the Silverwolves outscored Lone Peak 21-7 in the second half.


BOX ELDER 54, OGDEN 14: Box Elder outscored Ogden 45-0 at halftime and never looked back.

LOGAN 49, ROY 38: Logan 18 straight points to open the game, then held on to remain undefeated, handing the Royals their first loss of the season in the process.

MOUNTAIN CREST 44, BONNEVILLE 0: Mountain Crest's Luke Smith caught a 45-yard pass from Brockton Ellison late in the third quarter to extend the blowout lead over Bonneville en route to the Mustangs' first win of the season.


KEARNS 42, CYPRUS 3: Kearns' Amone Finau caught a 60-yard pass from Bailey Floyd to help sink the Pirates on the road. The win marked the Cougars' first victory of the season.

WOODS CROSS 19, CLEARFIELD 0: The Wildcats' Bryson Galagher had four catches for 133 yards and a touchdown, and Lawrence Brown rushed 15 times for 109 yards and a TD. Woods Cross quarterback Clay Kidman finished the game 7-for-13 for 130 yards and a TD.

EAST 29, HIGHLAND 7: East's Malakai Solovi racked up 104 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns, and the Leopard defense forced seven turnovers as East improved to 5-0.


SKYLINE 41, MURRAY 6: Skyline's Alec Russon scored three touchdowns and finished with 120 rushing yards and 61 receiving yards. The Eagles had 21 players who each contributed at least one tackle.

CORNER CANYON 17, OLYMPUS 16: Corner Canyon handed Olympus its first loss of the season behind Michael Ebeling, who rushed for a score, passed for another and kicked a field goal in the road victory.

OREM 35, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Tucker Camp threw three touchdown passes, all to Nolan Gray, as the Tigers blanked cross-town rival Mountain View to improve to 2-0 in Region 7. Camp added a rushing touchdown as Orem built a 21-0 halftime lead.


SPANISH FORK 35, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 28: Jason Money went 18-for-32 through the air and finished with 247 yards and two touchdowns. Money also got the job done on the ground, rushing 16 times for 116 yards and a TD. Taylor Noles added 165 yards and two scores on 27 carries in the Dons' victory.

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