High school football: Friday's prep roundup

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Published: Friday, Oct. 25 2013 11:10 p.m. MDT

SPRINGVILLE 52, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 17: Dylan Slavens finished the game 7-for-9 for 159 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help Springville beat visiting Maple Mountain. Jerome Hendricks didn't find the end zone Friday night, but picked up 119 yards on 12 carries to lead all running backs. Jaren Hall finished the game 9-for-21 with two interceptions in the loss.


STANSBURY 49, MOUNTAIN VIEW 28: Alex Mackay had 13 carries for 235 yards and three touchdowns for the Stallions in the win over Mountain View. Josh Mulivai also contributed 10 carries for 152 yards.

AMERICAN FORK 58, WASATCH 7: American Fork took an early 20-7 lead heading into halftime, and never looked back. Jacen Condie completed a 63-yard pass to Benjamin Johnson late in the third quarter. Wasatch's only score was a 74-yard pass from Anderson Davis to Kayden Connor.

RICH 48, DIAMOND RANCH 21: Cache Sabey scored his first touchdown on a 47-yard run with time running down in the second quarter. McKay Jarman had a 65-yard rush into the end zone also getting the 2-point conversion.


JUDGE MEMORIAL 28, MORGAN 14: The Bulldogs clinched the region title with a strong defensive showing against Morgan. Offensively, Max Barnett had a strong game carrying the ball 10 times for 133 yards and two scores as the Bulldogs built a 28-7 lead before Morgan scored a late touchdown.

GRANTSVILLE 27, UNION 6: Ky Fisher had 27 yards rushing with three touchdowns to help the Cowboys get the win over Union on the road.

EMERY 51, CARBON 13: The Spartans scored 28 points in the third quarter to seal the home win over the Dinos and clinch the final playoff spot from the 3A North region. Marco Mota finished the game with 231 rushing yards, as Emery tallied 525 yards on the ground.


MANTI 34, CANYON VIEW 20: Bradley Sego led the Manti offense with 136 yards receiving along with 135 yards rushing and a touchdown. Lane Robbins contributed both on defense and special teams to help the Templars remain perfect in region play. Connor Aste tossed three touchdowns in the victory.

JUAB 20, RICHFIELD 12: After a scoreless first half, the Bulldogs came back to pick up the win over Richfield. Dalton Harmon rushed 23 times for 143 yards, and recovered two fumbles to contribute to the victory.

NORTH SANPETE 16, DELTA 14: Justin Lee split the uprights with a 37-yard field goal, his third of the night, to lift North Sanpete to the narrow victory over Delta. Brady Wheeler finished the game 19-for-26 with 182 yards and a passing touchdown. His favorite target Zack Lee hauled in eight catches for 84 yards. The loss snapped 38 consecutive playoff appearances for the Rabbits.


JUAN DIEGO 52, PARK CITY 7: Cole Nelson rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another, as Juan Diego ran away from visiting Park City. Jesse Springer finished with a pair of rushing TDs to help the Soaring Eagle complete the regular season undefeated.

TOOELE 53, BEN LOMOND 27: Ben Lomond rallied for 21 points in the final quarter, but it wasn't enough as the Buffaloes earned the win over the Scots.


DIXIE 28, SNOW CANYON 13: Ammaon Takau went 17-for-25 for 279 yards and three touchdowns to lead Dixie to the big win over rival Snow Canyon. Drew Batchelor hauled in 10 catches for 194 yards and two touchdowns, as the Flyers kept their region record perfect at 6-0 with the victory.

CEDAR 14, PAYSON 6: Cedar earned the win in the low-scoring game over the Lions.

DESERT HILLS 32, HURRICANE 10: The Thunder struck down the Tigers in a blowout win. Nick Warmsley completed 16 of 29 passes for 185 yards including a 34-yard pass to Jordan Hokanson in the fourth quarter.


DUCHESNE 53, ALTAMONT 20: Trent Roberts and Matt Muir combined for 185 rushing yards for the Eagles in the road victory over Altamont.


MONTICELLO 27, KANAB 14: Monticello running back Austin Maloy had 13 carries for 119 yards in the lopsided win over Kanab, including a 89 and 90-yard run Friday night. Dillon Maughan added 126 yards on 19 carries.


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