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Michael Moore, Deseret News
A photo from the Salem Hills, Timpanogos football game Friday.


NORTH SUMMIT 32, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 6:Keegan McQueen finished with a with a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown, and Braden Brown added two rushing TDs of his own to lead the Braves to the road victory over the Eagles to even their record up at 2-2.

EMERY 33, NORTH SEVIER 14: Touchdown passes from North Sevier's Joey Edwards to Mac Porter bookended a blitz of offense from Emery, which prevailed 33-14.

MILLARD 24, SOUTH SUMMIT 7: South Summit was driving to pull within a score late in the fourth quarter when Millard's Jesse Rhodes picked off a pass and sprinted 80 yards for the game-sealing score. Pancho Alcala ran for a score for the Eagles and also kicked a field goal and connected on all three PATs.

MANTI 42, GUNNISON 14:Zane Stevens rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns, while Brady Aste added 79 yards and a score of his own as Manti cruised to the region victory over Gunnison.


SAN JUAN 37, KANAB 0: The Broncos pulverized Kanab in this uncontested game. Logan Meyer displayed a well-rounded player showing off his kicking and receiving skills for San Juan. Barkley Christensen shot a wild 69-yard pass to Meyer.

GRAND 37, SOUTH SEVIER 18:Jacob Francis had an impressive night for Grand, with 148 yards on 23 rushes and three touchdowns in the victory. Patrick Baker of South Sevier got into the end zone twice in the loss, catching a TD pass and running back a fumble recovery.

BEAVER 56, PAROWAN 0: Beaver delivered a discouraging and relentless blow on Parowan. Beaver's dominant scores consisted of runs. Parker Fails pulled off a 99-yard interception return TD, and Jeremy Brown sprinted 77 yards for another score.

RICHFIELD 31, ENTERPRISE 28: In a game that featured three straight kickoff returns for touchdowns, Richfield held on for the narrow victory over visiting Enterprise.


DUCHESNE 42, MILFORD 6: Duchesne scored 42 first-quarter points to crush Milford.

MONTICELLO 57, MONUMENT VALLEY 0: The Buckaroos jumped out to a 35-0 halftime lead on Monument Valley and never looked back in an easy victory to open region play.

DIAMOND RANCH 14, ALTAMONT 7: Diamond Ranch scored twice in the fourth quarter to break open a close game and pull away from Altamont to improve to 4-0 this season in its first year playing varsity football.


OREM 52, PROVO 35:Cole Payne worked hard all night to get open, and it paid off as he caught three touchdown passes. Matt Gay also had a good night kicking for Tigers. Taylor Camp threw four TD passes for Orem, while Provo's Kyle Larsen found the end zone three times in the loss.

TIMPVIEW 27, MOUNTAIN VIEW 25: In a heart breaker Jake Lloyd completed a 33 yard touchdown pass to Ricky Shumway who wrestled the ball away from a Mountain View player for the winning score as time ran out. Taylor Wach played a great game for Mountain View, he rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 37, SPRINGVILLE 6:Cameron Carson led the Golden Eagles by racking up 187 yards rushing on 18 carries with two touchdowns. Quarterback KJ Hall had two scores on the ground and a touchdown pass. Maple Mountain's defense forced eight turnovers.

SALEM HILLS 22, TIMPANOGOS 13:Ryan Stevens passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another to lead Salem Hills, which jumped out to a 22-point lead and then held on despite Timpanogos' late rally.


HURRICANE 29, CEDAR 20:Brian Scott rushed 20 times for 245 yards and three scores while Jared Edwards led the Tigers defensively with 22 tackles. John Ursua had a hand in each Cedar score and went 9-for-18 for 140 yards with a pick. Kevin Mortensen added 14 tackles for Hurricane.

DESERT HILLS 39, CANYON VIEW 2: Desert Hills ran all over Canyon View. Porter Harris threw an incredibly dead-on 91-yard pass to Mike Needham. Needham also scored on a 50-yard run for Desert Hills.

DIXIE 35, PINE VIEW 33: The battle of Washington County was eked out by the Dixie Flyers. Justin Cummings carried the ball 23 times for 118 yards and a touchdown, and Blake Barney was 16-of-28 passing for 252 yards and three touchdowns.


OGDEN 30, BEN LOMOND 6: Ogden pulled away in the fourth quarter to claim the Iron Horse from rival Ben Lomond. Larry Rodriquez and Kael Buck each returned an interception for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to spearhead the victory.

STANSBURY 37, BEAR RIVER 13: Stansbury's Chase Christiansen accounted for two touchdowns, one running and one passing, to lead the Stallions to the win. Ky Bender added two short rushing scores for Stansbury, while Bear River's Tayton Rose hooked up with Dyllon Mercado for two scores in the loss.

GRANTSVILLE 14, MORGAN 7: Grantsville exhibited excellent defense in this overtime game. Ky Fisher had 18 tackles and Skyler Cloward had 15 tackles. Drew Sutton ran for the game's opening score in the first quarter, then pounded in the game-winner in overtime.


DAVIS 28, HUNTER 12: Davis blew up for 28 first-quarter points then cruised to the easy win over Hunter. The Wolverines' 12 points marked the first time the team found the end zone this season. Tyson Denney connected with Karter Chisholm for two scores while Mark Christiansen pounded in Davis' other two scores. Christiansen finished with 80 yards on 17 carries in the win.

BINGHAM 47, LAYTON 13:Brady Lail tossed four touchdown passes of more than 30 yards, and three to Kalan Cantwell, as Bingham cruised past Layton. The Miners led 41-7 at halftime before calming their offensive attack. Layton's final score, a 1-yard run by Tevita Uasilaa, came as time expired.

NORTHRIDGE 36, WESTLAKE 15: Northridge and Westlake went into the half knotted at 15 before the Knights busted out in the second half, scoring 20 unanswered points to keep the Thunder from notching their first win of the season.

SYRACUSE 20, BOX ELDER 14: Box Elder got strong quarterback play from Britton Gunter, who went 8-of-15 for 154 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed for 42 yards on 11 attempts in the loss to Syracuse. Trevor Davis scored both second-half touchdowns for the Titans to force overtime.

OLYMPUS 35, TAYLORSVILLE 14:Scott Porter threw one TD pass as Olympus outlasted Taylorsville. The Titans benefited from a strong ground game, which produced four rushing touchdowns. Brandon McBride rushed for three scores and more than 100 yards on the ground in the win.

VIEWMONT 17, BOUNTIFUL 13: In a well-balanced game, Viewmont scored the winning touchdown with five seconds left. Josh Staples connected with Haden Heath on a 10-yard pass for the winning score. The same two connected on the only other touchdown for Viewmont.

JORDAN 43, KEARNS 7: Kearns stood no chance against Jordan's high-powered offense, which rolled up 43 unanswered points before closing up shop in the fourth quarter.

MOUNTAIN CREST 42, WEBER 7:Joseph Carlsen accounted for three touchdowns, two receiving and one on the ground, for Mountain Crest. Eddy Hall also threw for three touchdowns as the Mustangs downed the Warriors.

COTTONWOOD 22, AMERICAN FORK 21:Jose Perez kicked a last second field goal that gave the Colts the dramatic win. Cottonwood's Cooper Bateman, meanwhile, connected on two touchdown passes in the win. American Fork's Dallyn Holland received two beautiful over 50-yard passes from both Tyler Brimhall and B.J. Eldredge.

BRIGHTON 28, SKY VIEW 3:Andy Jones completed two touchdown passes, one to Mark Brewster and the other to Zach Wertz, as the Bengals picked up their first victory of the season. Brighton jumped out to a 14-0 lead and then played solid defense the rest of the way to prevail.

CARBON 17, UNION 13: Carbon used touchdowns by Nick Haycock and Daulton Nelson to rally past Union to improve to 4-0 for the first time since 1951.

HERRIMAN 40, COPPER HILLS 21: Herriman scored 31 straight points after falling behind 15-9 to cruise to the victory over Copper Hills. Tueni Lupeamanu led the way for Herriman with a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown.

ALTA 35, RIVERTON 21: Riverton jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead before Alta turned it on. Tyson Blackner went 16-for-29 for 220 yards and three scores, while Bryan Engstrom had 24 carries for 163 yards and the final score of the game. Riverton's Joey Jenson found the end zone twice in the loss, including a 77-yard run for the game's longest score.

LONE PEAK 56, HIGHLAND 41: Lone Peak's Chase Hansen broke out with one of the best individual efforts of the young season. He rushed 17 times for 171 yards and two scores, and went 24-for-30 for 380 yards and six scores. Highland's Justin Weaver went 7-for-14 for 150 yards passing and two scores after replacing Anthony Smithson, who was injured in the second quarter. Weaver also ran for 72 yards and two scores.

BONNEVILLE 17, CLEARFIELD 14: A late field goal gave Bonneville a narrow victory over Clearfield.

HILLCREST 28, TOOELE 20:Tanner Dastrup completed only six passes, but they went for 145 yards and three scores. The Huskies scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to put the game away. Defensively, Hillcrest was led by Jake Fife, who finished with seven tackles and two sacks. Andrew Spendlove found the end zone twice for Tooele.

ROY 22, MURRAY 12:Jake Trujillo scored twice as Roy sealed the win with two second-half touchdowns. Murray's Christian Jensen ran for 62 yards and the Spartans' only two scores. He also logged 42 yards receiving.

DELTA 33, PARK CITY 22:Christian Hatch returned a kick 83 yards to give Delta the momentum. Hatch scored three of the five Delta touchdowns as Delta downed Park City.

LEHI 56, PAYSON 24:Zane Munger scored four times as Lehi improved to 2-2 after going winless in 2010. Payson's Devan Judd threw three TD passes in the loss, though the Lions never came within striking distance of the Pioneers.

LOGAN 48, SPANISH FORK 28: The Dons played admirably, but Logan had the upper hand. DJ Nelson was once again stellar for Logan, connecting on three TD passes, including a 50-yarder to John Schmidt in the fourth quarter. Schmidt finished with four scores, three receiving and one rushing. Jacob Thompson was flawless in the kicking game, nailing two field goals and all six of his PATs.

EAST 23, FREMONT 20: Despite falling behind 13-0 in the first quarter, East rallied for the impressive road victory at Fremont as Jason Cook booted a game-winning 39-yard field goal in overtime. Earlier in the game Cook scored on an 18-yard touchdown.

SNOW CANYON 19, NORTH SANPETE 14:Brayden Linde completed 12-of-28 passes for one touchdown and 211 yards, while Mitchell Phillips rushed for 108 yards and a TD to lead Snow Canyon to the victory.

WEST 35, CYPRUS 3: Cyprus just couldn't contain West's Eric Takenaka. The versatile wide receiver scored on a punt return, a kick-off return and a TD reception to lead the Panthers to a blowout win. Alex Espinosa tossed two touchdown passes for West.

GRANGER 37, JUDGE MEMORIAL 35:Devan Durfey, who missed an extra point earlier, redeemed himself in a big way by booting the game-winning field goal with nine seconds remaining as up-start Granger improved to 4-0. Jordan Fernandez led the way offensively, rushing for two touchdowns as the Lancers scored the game's final 16 points.

WEST JORDAN 27, PLEASANT GROVE 14: West Jordan scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull out the come-from-behind win over Pleasant Grove.

RICH 27, UINTAH JV 7: Rich started fast by scoring two first quarter touchdowns. Austin Groll connected with Wyatt Muirbrook for a 15-yard touchdown and then Groll also ran for a touchdown as Rich beat Uintah JV for its first win of the season.

JUAB 28, WASATCH 14: Juab's offensive line paved the way so the Wasps could run for more than 200 yards. Spencer McPhearson threw for 95 yards and two scores in the win, while Wasatch's James Delacenserie connected on two long scores (including a 68-yarder in the fourth quarter) in the loss.

WEST SIDE, IDAHO 36, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 14:Tyler White and McCoy Roberts had two rushing touchdowns each as they led West Side to an easy victory. Brandon Faison had three catches and got into the end zone twice for Layton Christian in the loss.

HIGHLAND, IDAHO 30, WOODS CROSS 28: Woods Cross dropped a close game to Highland, the one from Idaho.