LOGAN 52, SKY VIEW 21: Chase Nelson managed to throw six touchdown passes to lead Logan to a very lopsided win Thursday night. Taylor Compton and Chad Artist hauled in a pair of TD receptions, as the Grizzlies kept its undefeated record intact at home.
TIMPVIEW 56, SPANISH FORK 7: Britain Covey passed for four touchdowns and rushed for another as Timpview jumped all over Spanish Fork building a 42-0 halftime lead on its way to the easy victory.
SPRINGVILLE 34, PROVO 13: Jarom Hendricks carried the ball into the end zone three times Thursday night, and was the center of the Springville attack all night. Max Terry took a Provo interception 68 yards to the house early in the first quarter to set the pace of the game.
SALEM HILLS 25, OREM 20: Jordan Taylor took a 37 yard interception back for third quarter touchdown that broke the game wide open. Chad Peterson threw a pair of early touchdowns, and Salem Hills held defensively to pick up the five-point win at home.
EAST 53, MOUNTAIN CREST 0: Ula Tolutau had another successful night for East, carrying the ball four times into the end zone. Isaac Valles threw a pair of touchdowns, and rushed for another as the Leopards managed to hold Mountain Crest scoreless on Thursday night.
DELTA 8, DIAMOND RANCH 0: Dani Finlinson and Jaycee Pace each got a hat trick in the lopsided win against Diamond Ranch. Lynae Harris recorded the shutout between the posts.
MILLARD 7, PAROWAN 0: Denise Cranny scored a pair of goals in the second half, as Millard cruised to the easy win at home. Megan Taylor recorded the shutout.
VIEWMONT 5, SYRACUSE 0: Viewmont broke a scoreless first half to bury five goals en route to the lopsided region win. Five different girls had a goal, while Haley Johnson recorded the shutout between the posts.
HUNTER 2, GRANGER 2: Stephanie Camareno scored both goals for Granger, and after two periods of extra time no winner could be decided.
ALTA 4, COPPER HILLS 0: The Hawks soared over the Grizzles in a blowout victory. Breanna DeWaal, Madie Lyons, Whitney Paskins and Bizzy Phillips each knocked in a goal, while Julianne Gentry recorded the shutout.
JORDAN 4, WEST JORDAN 0: Annystin Dinsdale played impressively in net, getting the shutout while four of her teammates each netted a goal to boost Jordan to the win.
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