Snow Canyon suffered its first shutout since Sept. 10, 2004, a span of 82 games. That ended the 27th longest scoring streak in state history and eighth longest current streak in number of games. But among active streaks, only two schools — San Juan (1999) and Alta (2002) — have gone longer in time than the Warriors had without getting shut out.
Meanwhile, Bear River notched its first shutout in almost six years to the day. The Bears silenced Ogden 43-0 on Oct. 6, 2006, and took care of Grantsville 21-0 on Oct. 5. Only Taylorsville, Roy, Lehi, Murray and Tooele have gone longer without posting a shutout.
Park City set a state record for scoring the most points in a losing cause in a non-overtime game when the Miners dropped a 51-49 decision to Uintah. The previous high was 48 by three teams:
Dixie (lost to Springville 55-48 in 2010); Provo (fell to Snow Canyon 56-48 in 1998) and Spanish Fork (succumbed to Timpanogos 55-48 in 2007).
Logan’s Passing Game
Grizzly Luke Falk ranks seventh in all-time season completions with 245. With defenses keying on receiver Jesse Braddy, teammate Taylor Compton has passed Braddy with 77 season receptions, which ranks 17th all-time. Braddy has 72, which ranks 29th.
But Braddy has 123 career receptions, the 10th most in Utah prep history.
They each have 863 reception yards for Logan this season.
Millard’s Jesse Rhodes has jumped into the Top 10 leading career rushers with 4,311 yards. He needs 194 to move into ninth ahead of San Juan’s Jimmy Jones (1976-78) and 107 to supplant Pine View’s Jake Foote (1999-2001) for eighth.
Rhodes has 22 100-plus-yard games, which places him fourth all-time. He’s is just two off the state record (Park City’s Brandon Rogers, 1999-2001).
Dixie’s Blake Barney has passed for 6,348 career yards, the ninth most all-time and is 392 yards from overtaking Pine View’s James Lark (2004-05).
Cottonwood’s Inoke Lotulelei has 30 TD catches, good for a tie for seventh all-time.
On defense, Duchesne’s McKade Nielsen has 20 career interceptions, giving him a tie for fourth all-time. Emery’s Bailey Faimalo has 17, tying him in ninth place.
Region Champs II
For the teams that have secured at least a share of a league crown, here are the number of region championships and the last year won for each school.
Diamond Ranch – First.
Duchesne – 10th, 2010 (no Class 1A region championships in 2011).
East – 33rd, 2011.
Manti – 8th, 2011.
Mountain Crest – 13th, 2010.
San Juan – 17th, 2011 (fifth straight).
Skyline – 21st, 2004.
Syracuse – First.
Other Game Notes from Around the State
Summit Academy at Layton Christian is a first-time matchup.
Several Salt Lake area teams have lengthy series winning streaks going.
Hunter has won eight straight over Taylorsville and is up 16-3 in the series . Alta has a seven-game streak against West Jordan and controls the series 12-2 . Jordan has taken seven straight against Brighton, but the Bengals hold a 18-9 margin.
Hillcrest has a five-game streak over Murray since 2007. Including their other games from 1962-74, Hillcrest leads 13-3-2 . Judge has claimed five straight from Uintah and leads 13-5.
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