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Published: Monday, Oct. 8 2012 7:00 p.m. MDT

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St George, UT

Good luck to Desert Hills and Hurricane tonight. I hope it is a great game. Both schools leave it all on the field night in and night out.

Jo Momma

@ amanap
Cedar isn't doing good this year but i like our coaches. we will take state next year.

Parry is a Farce
Layton, UT

binghamalum (I'm 1 too)

In region 3, there will probably be a 3-way between WJ/Cottonwood/Brighton. The tiebreaker will likely involve a playin game. Bingham could therefore draw anyone of them in the first round.

In Region 1, Layton beat Davis, So unless Davis upsets Northridge and Layton lays an egg against Fremont. The second round game for the Miners will be the winner of Davis/Hunter.

Although the Miners get a share of the region crown with a win over PG next week, they will get the #2 seed because of the loss to LP. I think that #2 draw might be better as they likely host Davis in the second round (I agree that it is a long shot that any region 2 teams win in the first round) and end up on the opposite side of the bracket from LP and Alta (the 2 teams that have demonstrated that they can beat the Miners) and Jordan (the top rated team). Beat Syracuse at RES (a tall order) and we are playing for the trophy. How fun would a Bingham/Jordan championship be?

Old ball coach
Sandy, UT

@ proudbigbrother

Defense wins Championships...Syracuse has the best defense in 5A....besides Cavander and Moss are out which favors the Titans....

Jordan still has the horses to run, baring any upsets come Playoff time. Which is why I picked them 3rd....

Playoff time is the greatest time of the year!

scrappy do

We always hear a lot of big talk about the st george schools being the strongest in 3a for football and since they are legit in student size really 4a schools they should do very well

Of course we know Hurricane are legit 3a size and for a public school of that size a great program

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