TOOELE 31, CYPRUS 6: Ryan Brady punched in two rushing touchdowns while Jake Brady added another to help Tooele blow past Cyprus in its season opener.
CEDAR 20, GRANTSVILLE 16: Cedar’s Brecken Lewis connected with Berick Englestead for a 21-yard touchdown to start the scoring, and Brock Oldroyd and Brecken Lewis each added a touchdown run in the second half. Grantsville’s Ethan Steinfeldt connected on field goals of 53, 47, and 22 in the losing effort.
UINTAH 37, OGDEN 21: Haden Bunderson scored two touchdowns in the first half, and teammate Tyson Colton rushed for 95 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries as Uintah pulled away from Ogden in the second half for the victory.
TIMPVIEW 27, SKY VIEW 14: Britain Covey threw three touchdown passes — two to Zach Simpson — as Timpview pulled away from Sky View on the road.
JORDAN 29, FREMONT 22: Austin Kafentzis scored on a 50-yard touchdown run with 44 seconds remaining — his second of the game — as Jordan survived a big scare. Fremont tied the game at 22s on an 18-yard touchdown pass from Justin Shaw to Paxton Merrill with 1:37 remaining.
SKYLINE 24, HURRICANE 14: Braxton Chipman opened the game with two touchdown passes to lead Skyline to an early lead over Hurricane. The Eagles picked up where they left off in the second half to claim the victory.
LOGAN 42, BEAR RIVER 16: Trailing by 16 at the half, Logan erupted for 30 points in the second and third quarters. The Grizzlies then outscored Bear River by 12 in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
PLEASANT GROVE 28, ALTA 14: The Vikings scored all of their 28 points in the second half to claim the come-from-behind victory over the Hawks. Hayden Pettis crossed the pylons three times to spark the PG offense in the win.
BINGHAM 33, DAVIS 14: Bingham had a shutout going heading into the fourth quarter, and despite yielding two touchdowns in the final frame earned the season-opening victory over Davis. Auston Smith led the Miners with two touchdowns.
VIEWMONT 29, BONNEVILLE 8: Hunter Anfinson earned two rushing scores and connected with Jared Barnum for a passing touchdown in the win over Bonneville.
ENTERPRISE 32, DIAMOND RANCH 0: Kelton Hunt scored four TDs to carry Enterprise past Diamond Ranch.
RIVERTON 48, GRANGER 14: Cameron Christensen ran for four touchdowns, while Paden Cayias added two more as visiting Riverton rolled past Granger to open the season with a victory. The Wolves built a 28-0 lead at the break.
WEBER 33, WEST 20: The Warriors scored 20 points in the second quarter, then held on for the victory over West. Cole Dean accounted for two touchdowns in the win.
STANSBURY 44, NORTH SANPETE 13: Landon Stice scored on a fumble recovery and on a pair of receiving touchdowns as Stansbury cruised to victory. Josh Griffith added two TDs, one rushing and one receiving.
TIMPANOGOS 25, WASATCH 22: Timpanogos used a steady effort to build a lead in the first half that it didn’t relinquish despite a late rally from Wasatch. Tyler Schade scored twice for the Timberwolves and Jake Ware and Tyler Sweeten each added a touchdown. Three different players scored for the Wasps.
MANTI 35, MOUNTAIN VIEW 20: Bradley Sego rushed for three touchdowns and added another on an 81-yard TD reception as Manti took care of business with a preseason victory over Mountain View for the second straight season.
SPRINGVILLE 37, DIXIE 30: Parker Johnston found the end zone from 15 yards out with 1:40 remaining to lift Springville over Dixie. Scott Averett’s four touchdowns led the Red Devils, while McLane Keenan’s three scores paced the Flyers in defeat.
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