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Published: Tuesday, Oct. 8 2013 4:25 p.m. MDT

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St George, UT

Where's the rest of the 3AA games?

Me, Myself and I
The Promised Land, UT

Monticello and Diamond Ranch are both 1A teams.

Rural sport fan

DRA is going to take Monticello apart, they are fast and tough. Also...can't believe you have Rich over Duchesne. I don't think the seniors at Duchesne have lost to Rich in their entire career, JV or Varsity. But, I guess there's always a chance, right?

Parry's Power Guide
Pleasant Grove, UT

Here are the four games that are missing:
Oct. 9th
DIXIE 91.2 35.0 56.2 Payson
Oct. 10th
Bear River 65.8 22.2 43.6 PARK CITY
Cedar City 74.6 3.5 71.1 SNOW CANYON
Oct. 11th
BEAVER 65.3 27.6 37.7 South Sevier

monticello, UT

Rural Sports Fan you should worry more about Rich than Monticello Diamond Ranch. I think both games will be good. Your right that Duchesne is the top dog but they have shown chinks in the armor the last two weeks. I also dont think they are near as good as the last couple years. Rich did beat Monticello but it was a game I watched online and Monticello was the better team in my opinion. So if Rich exposes more chinks Monticello may end your streak. I see Duchesne vs Monticello final with the Eagles winning again but much closer than expected...Would of bet on Kanab but last weeks loss to Rich makes me think Monticellp.

Me, Myself and I
The Promised Land, UT

Is the Wilcox kid back for Monticello? It says a lot for a team when one of their best players is out for an extended time and they're still doing well.

monticello, UT

Wilcox is on the mend, he was released to practice but i really dont know when he will play or even if he will. Im sure the bucks will need to get into the playoffs before he is back to full speed, I really feel for the kid, great football player and a great kid. I hope he is on the field for the duchesne game but I really dont know.

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