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.
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.
TIMPVIEW 35, SPRINGVILLE 0: Britain Covey played a part in four Timpview touchdowns, handing Springville its first loss of the season.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 9, NORTH SEVIER 7: Marquis Gibson's eight yard touchdown run in the third quarter gave LCA the two possession lead, which would hold in the narrow win over North Sevier.
SNOW CANYON 23, COPPER HILLS 21: Warner Rigby rushed for 82 yards, Trevor Horlacher rushed for 74 yards and a touchdown, and Zach Kennedy added 61 yards and a score as Snow Canyon eked out a narrow victory at winless Copper Hills.
COTTONWOOD 27, WEST JORDAN 9: Four Cottonwood defenders Jed Diederich, Tevita Havili, Jacob Latteier, and S.J. Fehoko intercepted passes to ignite the Colts to the road victory over West Jordan. T.J. Fehoko and Fua Pututau each recorded two sacks. Offensively, Cottonwood's Malu Hosea totaled 170 rushing yards, 49 receiving yards, and scored two touchdowns.
TIMPANOGOS 36, HILLCREST 0: Jack Dunford threw for three touchdowns, while Trayce Esteban added a pair of touchdowns to lift Timpanogos to the shutout victory over Hillcrest.
BOUNTIFUL 31, LAYTON 10: Ryan Curtis caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Trevor Lloyd to give the Braves the second-half lead, then Houston Heimuli tacked on two more scores to secure the Bountiful victory.
BRIGHTON 41, HUNTER 20: Brighton's Osa Masina scored two rushing touchdowns in the Bengals' win over Hunter.
SKY VIEW 59, PROVO 14: Braxton Godderidge craft-fully guided the Sky View offense to a big win, passing 13 for 15 with 231 yards and three touchdowns in the Bobcats' win over Provo.
KANAB 63, WHITEHORSE 0: Brandon Southwick scored a pair of touchdowns for Kanab, including a 55-yard punt return in the lopsided road victory. Hadin Jones took a Whitehorse interception 33 yards for paydirt, and Merrill Terry finished with a rushing and passing TD for the visitors.
MONTICELLO 43, MONUMENT VALLEY 6: The Buckaroos scored 36 points in the first half and rolled to the win behind strong performances from Makade and Austin Maloy, who combined for five touchdowns and a field goal.
SOUTH SUMMIT 57, SUMMIT ACADEMY 6: Colby Averett rushed for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries and Ty Jones played a part in four different scoring plays as the Wildcats scored 35 points in the second quarter during the 2A North victory.
GUNNISON 41, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 12: Gunnison's Dagan Thomas caught a 73-yard pass from Tyson Moosman to extend its lead coming out of halftime. Moosman finished with two passing scores in the victory. Jayden Rogers scored on a 35-yard run, and Gunnison picked up a big region win at home.
SAN JUAN 24, PAROWAN 0: Three different players found the back of the endzone for San Juan, including a 20-yard interception return by Brayden Giddings that put the game out of reach.
BEAVER 12, GRAND 7: Kasen Hutchins and Jesse McMullin both scored second-half touchdowns as Beaver bounced back from last week's disheartening loss to South Summit with an impressive defensive performance and victory against Grand.
ENTERPRISE 32, SOUTH SEVIER 22: Michael Dougherty rushed for a pair of touchdowns to lead Enterprise. Enterprise also forced two safeties en route to victory.
MORGAN 42, EMERY 7: Morgan's Kade Carrigan ran all over the Emery defense, amassing 155 yards and two touchdowns on just 12 carries. Ben Holland chipped in a pair of rushing scores, and also caught three passes for 46 yards and a TD.
GRANTSVILLE 48, CARBON 0: The Cowboys lassoed a victory over the Dinos in a blowout win on the road to keep their undefeated streak alive.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 40, UNION 16: Judge quarterback Kaden Elliss enjoyed a banner night, rushing for three scores in the region road victory.
MANTI 42, NORTH SANPETE 14: Manti's Connor Aste enjoyed a night to remember, going 7-for-8 through the air for 133 yards and three touchdowns. He also had a pick-six to lead the Templars to victory.
RICHFIELD 44, CANYON VIEW 0: Brodie Ellis' nifty running kept the Richfield offense humming as he picked up 148 yards on the ground, including a 65-yard score.
JUAB 50, DELTA 26: Nick Robins completed 11 of 17 passes for 241 yards and four touchdowns to spark the Wasps in the high-scoring victory. Jeff Rowley added 113 receiving yards and a TD on four catches.
PARK CITY 24, TOOELE 21: Park City's Grayson Maddux intercepted a pass at Tooele's 10-yard line with 40 seconds remaining in the game and returned it for a TD to secure the victory. IanMoritz passed for 375 yards and thee touchdowns.
STANSBURY 42, BEN LOMOND 16: Hudson Conrad finished with three touchdowns, including a 38-yard punt return to get Stansbury on the scoreboard. Alexander Mackay added a pair or rushing scores for the Stallions.
DESERT HILLS 44, PAYSON 13: Jordan Hokanson hauled in eight catches for 208 yards and a touchdown, and the Desert Hills defense dominated throughout in racing past Payson to improve to 5-0 this season. Sophomore quarterback Nick Warmsley completed 60 percent of his passes for 344 yards and three touchdowns while Bridger Cowdin added a receiving touchdown and two rushing TDs.
CEDAR 6, HURRICANE 0: In a low scoring affair, Jeff Rogers hit a two field goals that would prove to be the only tallies on the scoreboard. Cedar was able to hold defensively to prevent Hurricane from getting on the board.
- Ranking the 26 Utah ties selected in the NFL...
- Free agent roundup: Where locals signed after...
- Linehan's leg helps propel BYU past Cal for...
- Doug Robinson: The era (and myth) of the...
- High school track: Orem boys, Millard girls...
- 20 years later, 'blessed' Herring believes he...
- Floyd Mayweather wins decision over Manny...
- Boxing champ Gene Fullmer: An ordinary family...
- Brad Rock: Utah-BYU rivalry will... 165
- BYU announces 2015 football schedule,... 81
- 20 years later, 'blessed' Herring... 53
- Dick Harmon: BYU's 2015 September... 45
- BYU hires Lone Peak's Quincy Lewis as... 38
- Linehan's leg helps propel BYU past Cal... 36
- Free agent roundup: Where locals signed... 34
- BYU's 2015 bowl destination could be... 32