MONTICELLO 68, WHITEHORSE 6: Cole Eldredge scored three touchdowns as Monticello easily handled Whitehorse to earn its first win of the season.
TOOELE 21, GRANTSVILLE 0: Jake Brady ran for a score and passed for another, while Ryan Brady added a rushing touchdown to lead the Buffaloes to an impressive shutout victory over rival Grantsville and improve to 2-0.
UINTAH 28, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 21: Trevor Lofthouse scored two touchdowns, one running and one passing, as visiting Uintah held off Layton Christian to improve to 2-0. The Utes went ahead for good early in the third quarter on a 30-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown by Haden Bunderson.
CEDAR 56, CANYON VIEW 19: Brecken Lewis finished the game with a pair of passing touchdowns, and rushed for another in the blowout victory over Canyon View. The home side outscored Canyon View 42-7 through the first three quarters of play.
SKY VIEW 50, MAPLE MOUNTAIN 36: Sky View's Beach Garris threw three touchdown passes and ran for another while Bryce Mortenson caught two TD passes to lead Sky View to victory. Maple Mountain's Jaren Hall threw for a game-high four touchdowns in the loss.
BRIGHTON 30, FREMONT 22: Brighton's Robbie Hutchins connected with Semi Fehoko for the first three touchdowns of the game en route to the home victory. Hutchins finished with four TD passes. Hadley Haze and Justin Shaw led the Fremont charge with a pair of TDs.
HURRICANE 28, STANSBURY 7: Jeremiah Ieremiah rushed for three scores, and Hurricane dominated defensively to bounce back from last week's season-opening loss. Hurricane opened the scoring with a Kurt McDaniel 90-yard touchdown pass from Kayden Langston.
MOUNTAIN CREST 35, BEAR RIVER 14: Mountain Crest doubled up Bear River in the first half then held the Bears scoreless in the second half to come away with the victory. Levani Damuni rushed for three touchdowns to pace the Mustangs office.
LONE PEAK 42, ALTA 13: Leading 14-13 early in the second quarter, Lone Peak pulled away with 28 unanswered points. Justin Miller threw a pair of touchdowns for the Knights, while Britton Bettridge iced the victory with a fourth-quarter interception return for touchdown.
BOUNTIFUL 21, VIEWMONT 14: Viewmont took a 14-0 lead into the half with momentum in its favor after Jared Barnum returned a punt 90 yards for a touchdown. Bountiful answered behind a pair of TD runs by Kaden Simmonds, which included the game-winning score late in the game. Simmonds finished with 66 yards rushing. Austin Parkinson had two interceptions.
ENTERPRISE 33, MILFORD 0: Micheal Dougherty and Gavin Hunt each crossed the goal line twice, including Dougherty's 53-yard sprint for pay dirt to open the scoring Friday night. John Oswald returned a fumble 34 yard for a touchdown to cap the shutout victory over Milford on the road.
RIVERTON 47, WEST JORDAN 12: Riverton's Koral Baucom threw three touchdown passes and teammate Cayde Jones had two rushing touchdowns to go along with one receiving touchdown in the victory.
ROY 27, WEBER 6: After falling behind 6-0 early in the second quarter, Roy scored the final 27 points of the game. Roy's Tyler Skidmore found Nate Jones for two touchdowns and Cody Hobbs returned an interception 48 yards for a score in the Roy victory.
SKYLINE 45, JUAN DIEGO 14: Alec Russon and Seth Kaelin combined for four rushing touchdowns to help Skyline run past Juan Diego on the road.
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