High school football: Week 3 roundup

Published: Saturday, Sept. 1 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

Jordan's Nick West (4) celebrates his touchdown with teammate Austin Kafentzis against East in Salt Lake City.      (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Jordan's Nick West (4) celebrates his touchdown with teammate Austin Kafentzis against East in Salt Lake City. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)


BONNEVILLE 21, WEBER 7: Colby Bedford was astonishing in the blowout victory over Weber at home scoring two touchdowns.

SYRACUSE 23, RIVERTON 0: Brock Anderson had 13 carries for 71 yards and with a pair of touchdowns and went 14-for-28 in the air with 143 yards and a TD. Mason Woodward had 21 carries for 73 yards. Credit the Syracuse defense that nabbed two interceptions and held Riverton to 198 total yards while pitching the shutout.

LAYTON 37, VIEWMONT 6: Willie Uasilaa led the way for Layton with 36 rushes for 212 yards and four touchdowns. Tyler Fox had three receptions for 114 yards and one TD. Hunter Evans went 8-for-12 for 182 yards with one touchdown but two picks. Marcus Kemp had 46 yards on two receptions.

SPANISH FORK 19, AMERICAN FORK 13: Spanish Fork's touchdown in the fourth quarter sealed the victory. The Dons rushing attack proved to be the difference with 200 yards on the ground.

LOGAN 35, BOUNTIFUL 14: After falling behind 14-7, Logan piled on 28 unanswered points to hand Bountiful its first loss of the year. Quarterback Luke Falk threw three touchdown passes while Jesse Braddy found the end zone four times; twice on the ground and twice through the air.

ALTA 38, OLYMPUS 15: Chipper Lucero went 16-of-23 through the air for 376 yards and four touchdowns while scampering for 30 yards and another score to help Alta improve to 3-0, despite tossing three interceptions. Ammon Barker was Lucero's favorite target as he grabbed six receptions for 196 yards and two scores.

COPPER HILLS 26, HILLCREST 7: Copper Hills Samuel Taylor rushed for 136 yards and had 95 passing yards in the road victory.

HERRIMAN 31, HIGHLAND 14: Francis Bernard helped Herriman put the game away in the forth quarter with a rushing touchdown and a pick-6. Bernard ran the ball 16 times for 104 yards. Austin Peterson of Highland led the Rams with two long touchdown passes of 75 and 50 yards. Peterson ended up connecting on 8-of-19 attempts for 193 yards in the loss.

SKYLINE 20, CEDAR 10: Tyler Snyder led the Eagles over a tough Cedar team with 155 yards rushing, 111 throwing, and a touchdown. Garrett England rounded out the scoring for Skyline with two touchdowns of 31 and 37 yards. Cedar managed to keep the game close despite collecting 10 penalties for 80 yards.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 20, WESTLAKE 14: Mountain View was a step ahead of the Thunder, scoring all 20 points in the first half. Kalin Curran and Jacob Bingham hooked up for two touchdown passes and receptions.

DIXIE 55, PROVO 14: Blake Barney completed 16 of 23 passes for 240 yards and three touchdowns, including two toTanner Websteras Dixie rolled to the victory over Provo. Joseph Takau added 76 yards rushing and a touchdown for the undefeated Flyers.

DESERT HILLS 35, WEST 3: Desert Hills Quarterback Ty Rutledge threw for 213 yards on 11-of-19 passing including two TDs as well as 96 yards on 11 carries (1TD) to power Desert Hills to its first win of the season. Desert Hills' Bridger Cowdin also ran for 101 yards (1TD) on 10 carries and Brad Wulfenstein had three catches for 99 yards (1TD) to lead the Thunder. West's Lorenzo Vaafuti had eight carries for 74 yards in the loss. The game lasted almost three hours due in part to a combined 35 penalties for 345 yards and two player ejections.

SNOW CANYON 51, PARK CITY 27: Snow Canyon took a commanding lead in the first quarter scoring two touchdowns and the streak continued throughout the game.

BOX ELDER 42, BEAR RIVER 0: Box Elder earned its third straight shutout of the season and another lopsided win. Kyler Allen led the Bees with 15 carries for 132 yards and two touchdowns. Matt Williams was also effective on the ground with 56 yards and two touchdowns.

JUAB 28, SALEM HILLS 23: Jeff Rowley finished the game 16-for-37 passing with 237 yard and a pair of touchdowns. Defensively, Kaden Kelson and Dedrick Davidson both recorded interceptions, and the Juab defense recorded seven sacks on the night. Salem Hills QB Kyle Tarter went 12-for-23 with 161 yards and two TDs in the loss.

STANSBURY 27, DELTA 7: Chase Christiansen passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as Stansbury easily beat Delta to improve to 3-0 on the season.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 45, PAYSON 0: Tough defense yielded the Golden Eagles their third victory and first shutout of the season. Maple Mountain had 172 passing and 224 on the ground. Six different players found the end zone in the win, but Jaron Hall led all scorers with a rushing and a passing touchdown.

UNION 29, TOOELE 21: After the tightly contested first half, Union managed to hold Tooele scoreless in the second half to pick up the victory on the road. Jayde Bertoch rushed for a touchdown, and also threw the game winning TD for Union.

NORTH SANPETE 13, CANYON VIEW 7: North Sanpete scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter to notch the comeback victory.

HURRICANE 43, LEGACY, NEV. 34: Jared Edwards tore up the Legacy defense for five touchdowns on 22 carries, and finished with 125 yards rushing. Adam Thompson helped spark the Hurricane attack with four carries for 42 yards. Thompson returned in the second half of this game after suffering a separated shoulder in week two. McKay Prince was nearly perfect under center going 9-for-10 for 141 yards and a TD.

CLEARFIELD 35, OGDEN 14: Clearfield opened the game with two quick scores, and held Ogden scoreless in the second half to preserve the win at home.

MONTICELLO 34, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: Monticello picked up a dominating victory in which five different players tallied a touchdown. PJ Leiataua not only succeeded in all four of his kicks, but also received a 39-yard pass for a TD, while Gunnar Hollingsworth put an exclamation point on the win with a 21-yard pick six for the Buckaroos.

WOODS CROSS 26, MOUNTAIN CREST 23: Woods Cross shimmied through a narrow victory, scoring mostly in the first quarter. Sean Barton shined with a 77-yard run while racking up 190 total rushing yards in the game.

PINE VIEW 54, UINTAH 7: Prentiss Miller carried the ball 21 times for 250 yards and three touchdowns as Pine View rolled past Uintah for the easy victory.

NORTHRIDGE 41, KEARNS 14: David Adams rumbled for 169 yards and two scores on 14 carries for the Knights, but also delivered another touchdown and 50 yards on four receptions. Quarterback Nate Kusuda was calmly effective leading the offense, which started shaky in the first quarter, with 195 yards and three scoring strikes on 9-of-16 passing. On defense, Eliyah Mayberry tallied 12 tackles and two sacks for Northridge.

CARBON 42, BEN LOMOND 12: Carbon played solid offensively throughout the entire contest, scoring in every quarter and twice in the second and fourth to fly past Ben Lomond. Carbon hasn't scored 42 points in a game since 2002.

BRIGHTON 30, SKY VIEW 21: Uaea Masina led the Bengals with 14 carries for 124 yards and two scores on the ground. Hunter Dall connected on field goal attempts of 30, 37 and 42 to help Brighton improve to 3-0 on the year. Sky View's Skyler Hunt had 106 yards rushing in the loss.

MURRAY 27, TAYLORSVILLE 19: The Spartans earned the come-from-behind victory after putting 15 points on the board in the fourth quarter. As is the case when the two rivals play in any sport, the two opposing student sections met in the parking lot for a giant brawl. It took nearly 20 police officers to calm the melee down.

RICH 46, WEST SIDE, IDAHO 30: Austin Groll rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two more, while Benjamin Groll rushed for two touchdowns as Rich rolled past West Side, Idaho to improve to 2-0 on the season.

GRANTSVILLE 28, JUDGE MEMORIAL 14: Tied at 14 apiece, Grantsville rallied for two touchdowns within a few instances of each other to top the 'Dogs on the road.

GRANGER 41, CYPRUS 38: Granger prevailed in overtime in a barn-burner against Cyprus. Tani Lehauli came up huge for the Lancers as he racked up 397 total yards and four touchdowns. The final one being a 25-yard scamper on Granger's first offensive play in overtime. Lehauli also scored on a 55-yard fake punt and a 95-yard kick return.

JUAN DIEGO 19, SPRINGVILLE 18: The game came down to hitting PATs. Springville missed all three of its tries, while Juan Diego missed 2-of-3, but hit the one that mattered to earn a one-point win.. Chase Williams had two rushing touchdowns for the Soaring Eagle.

ROY 26, FREMONT 0: Three different players threw touchdowns as Roy shutout Fremont.

HUNTER 23, WEST JORDAN 21: After taking and early lead in the first quarter, West Jordan went on a run scoring one touchdown each in the second, third and fourth quarter. Hunter went on a run in the fourth quarter scoring two touchdowns and later taking the nail-biting victory. Hyrum Purcell had 18 carries and 117 yards.

DUCHESNE 33, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 0: The game was called at the half due to lightning.

TIMPVIEW 36, LONE PEAK 33: Jake Lloyd passed for four touchdowns, all to Braydon Galland, as Timpview pulled out the huge victory over Lone Peak. Lone Peak led 27-26 at the half, but Timpview took the lead for good on a field goal in the third quarter and then sealed the victory on a touchdown by Galland.

TIMPANOGOS 27, PLEASANT GROVE 13: Kaden Bramall rushed for a touchdown, and threw another TD to help Timpanogos break open the game in the third quarter. Defensively, the Timberwolves recorded four interceptions and forced a pair of fumbles to hold Pleasant Grove scoreless through the last three quarters.

WASATCH 34, MORGAN 28: Wasatch outscored Morgan 20-7 in the fourth quarter to steal the victory on the road. James Delacenserie completed 26-of-36 passes for 355 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Wasps.


SUMMIT ACADEMY 37, ALTAMONT 20: Brodi Strong rushed into the end zone for the games final two scores, and Summit Academy held Altamont scoreless in the fourth quarter to pick up the win. Kyle Foy led the Longhorns attack with a pair of rushing TDs, but it wasn't enough for the home team to survive the region showdown.


MILFORD 22, WHITEHORSE 6: Milford notched its first victory of the season after a solid defensive effort against Whitehorse. Wade Netto led the Tigers offensively with a running and a passing touchdown of 20 and 11 yards, respectively.


GUNNISON 35, NORTH SEVIER 6: Colby Caldwell connected with Lafe Christiansen on three touchdown passes, and Braden Harris added a pair of rushing touchdowns to lead Gunnison to the easy road victory over North Sevier.

SOUTH SUMMIT 42, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: South Summit picked up the win from Caden Christenson's 75-yard run and Hayden Packard's 34-yard reception and 24-yard run for the Wildcats.

MILLARD 20, NORTH SUMMIT 6: Jesse Rhodes was an absolute workhorse for Millard; climbing up to 30 carries for 212 yards and one touchdown. Jeremy Aleman, who was moved from lineman to running back earlier in the week, scored twice while rushing for 88 yards on 16 attempts. Millard totaled 291 yards on the ground.

MANTI 15, EMERY 14: Conner Aste 9-for-14 with 108 yards, including the game winning two-point conversion. Zane Stevens finished the game with 79 yards rushing and a touchdown. The key moment of the game was a blocked Emery FG that could have changed the game.


RICHFIELD 20, BEAVER 14: Josh Henry returned a kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown and also scored on a 16-yard touchdown run as Richfield upset Beaver for its first victory of the season. Henry's 16-yard touchdown run in the third quarter was the last score of the game and proved to be the game winner.

SAN JUAN 41, SOUTH SEVIER 6: San Juan improved to 3-0 after taking advantage of its big play opportunities. Barkley Christensen led the Broncos with two rushing scores.

ENTERPRISE 17, PAROWAN 7: Only leading by three points headed into the fourth quarter, Enterprise found the end zone for the much needed cushion to remain unscathed on the year.

GRAND 34, KANAB 17: Brandon Nielson returned an interception 99 yards for Kanab's first score, but the Cowboys failed to put any points on the board in the second half. Koi Cook rushed for a pair of Grand TDs in the victory at home.

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