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KANAB 21, BEAVER 6: In a tale of two halves, Beaver dominated the first half behind Anthony Fusco's four tackles and three sacks and Kyson Smith's seven tackles and three sacks to hold Kanab to 38 yards. In the second half, Kanab bounced back behind Colton Perkins on defense, holding the Beavers to 36 total yards. Bryce Hafen had 109 yards in the second half in the win for the Cowboys.

CEDAR 35, MILLARD 7: The Redmen had an easy time getting a win over the Eagles.

LOGAN 35, PARK CITY 14: The Grizzlies played some great offense in the first half, with Jeff Manning passing up and down the field. In the second half, the defense was too much for Park City in Logan's second victory of the year. Manning finished with five touchdowns, including three through the air and two scoring runs.

BEAR RIVER 35, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 12: The Bears used a 28-point first half to dominate the Eagles on the road.

HILLCREST 19, MURRAY 14: Colby Koplin rushed for 85 yards and a touchdown and completed 14 of 24 passes for 145 yards and a TD to lead Hillcrest over Murray. Anthony Bevins also had 16 rushes for 135 yards and one touchdown in the win, while Colby Brklacich tallied up eight tackles and six assists on the defensive end.

MORGAN 49, WASATCH 0: Ben Vanf-b and Jordan Wild each rushed for two touchdowns as Morgan bounced back from a rough loss in Week 1 to surprisingly thump traditional rival Wasatch.

KEARNS 20, CYPRUS 0: Dennis Phaophongsavath had an interception return for a touchdown and the Cougars held Cyprus to just 67 yards of total offense.

BOUNTIFUL 17, CLEARFIELD 0: Travis Parrish recorded nine tackles and two sacks to help Bountiful shut out Clearfield.

OREM 30, SNOW CANYON 20: Snow Canyon's Adam Timo carried the ball 28 times and racked up 157 yards with two touchdowns, but Orem jumped to an early lead and held on for the win.

SYRACUSE 14, WOODS CROSS 0: The Titans got their second victory of the year as their defense impressively shut down Woods Cross.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 19, OGDEN 10: The Bulldogs jumped to 2-0 on the season with a road win over the Tigers.

SKYLINE 19, EAST 16: Algernon Brown led the way with 76 yards on 12 rushes for two touchdowns. East had an opportunity to win the game in the last two minutes, but Nick Reichard had a pick to seal the win for the Eagles.

GRAND 27, MONTICELLO 6: The Red Devils pounded the football down the field for four touchdowns in the victory.

JUAB 36, RICHFIELD 14: Chandler Street rushed for 103 yards on 14 carries, while Cody Keisel rusched for 88 yards on 16 carries and two TDs for the Wasps victory.

BEN LOMOND 24, NORTH SANPETE 14: Shay Kaleikini had 27 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns as Ben Lomond beat North Sanpete on the road. Stephen Poulson had 19 carries for 116 yards and a TD for the Hawks in the loss.

MANTI 42, UNION 14:

MOUNTAIN CREST 35, FREMONT 28: Alex Kuresa led the way for Mountain Crest, finishing with 206 yards passing and four touchdowns, three of which came on the ground.

TIMPVIEW 57, SPANISH FORK 12: Levi Teo led the team with eight rushes for 89 yards and four touchdowns, with Travis Van Leeuwen catching six passes for 200 yards and three touchdowns in the T-Birds victory.

COTTONWOOD 40, LAYTON 36: A Layton rally wasn't enough to stop the high-caliber Cottonwood offense. Isi Sofele led the Colts with 11 carries for 92 yards and two touchdowns.

VIRGIN VALLEY 40, ENTERPRISE 14:

ALTA 27, BINGHAM 19: The top-ranked Hawks overcame an early two-touchdown deficit to defeat the Miners. Alta's defense was dominant, registering six sacks. Hawks quarterback Ammon Olsen threw three touchdown passes.

HIGHLAND 33, AMERICAN FORK 15: The Rams were led by brothers Travis and Bridger Walzer, who each rushed for a touchdown. Nick Orchard finished with 251 yards rushing, including two long TD scores.

JUAN DIEGO 65, GRANTSVILLE 6: This game was over after the first 12 minutes as Juan Diego jumped to a 28-0 lead.

ALTAMONT 25, RANGELY, COLO. 12: Talon Carter rushed for 165 yards, including a 42-yard touchdown, to help the Longhorns to their first win of the season.

NORTH SUMMIT 32, SOUTH SEVIER 7: Deven Holmes rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Braves to a big win over South Sevier.

DAVIS 28, BRIGHTON 6: Tanner Hinds started the high school band three times as he found the end zone twice on the ground and once through the air.

NORTH SEVIER 35, GUNNISON 0: Evan Pettit had a 96-yard fumble recovery to go with six tackles and two sacks in the Wolves' rout of Gunnison.

BONNEVILLE 20, WEBER 2: The Lakers smothered the Warriors' offense with eight sacks and three forced turnovers. Adam Farnsworth had 13 carries for 72 yards and a touchdown.

SAN JUAN 48, KIRTLAND, N.M. 21: The Broncos grabbed the road win over Kirtland, N.M. to go to 2-0 on the season.

OLYMPUS 15, PAYSON 13: Spencer Harris connected with Jace Petersen on a pair of touchdowns as the Titans beat the Lions on the road for their first win of the season.

COPPER HILLS 26, BOX ELDER 6: Brian Bell had 17 carries for 223 yards and two touchdowns to lead the way for the Grizzlies second win.

ROY 14, GRANGER 7: Chase Moore threw for a touchdown and rushed for another to lead the Royals on the road.

LEHI 25, SPRINGVILLE 16: Dylan Stadel took over on the defensive end for Lehi, finishing with five sacks and a fumble recovery. He also made the tackle in the end zone that ended any hopes of a Springville comeback.

RIVERTON 55, TAYLORSVILLE 16:

CANYON VIEW 23, EMERY 13: Brian Taylor recovered a fumble for a score and kicked a field goal to lead Canyon View over Emery. Tyler Bateman had over 100 yards rushing and Gentry Julian over 150 yards passing for the Falcons.

PAROWAN 63, LINCOLN COUNTY 22: After a tight first quarter, the Rams were able to run past Lincoln County to remain unbeaten.

LONE PEAK 28, VIEWMONT 13: The Knights jumped out to a 21-point lead and then regained control of the game with a fourth-quarter drive in which Kade Andrus gained 80 yards on three receptions and two runs. Andrus finished the game with 105 yards rushing, 54 yards receiving and one TD. Lone Peak quarterback Tannon Pedersen threw for 188 yards and three TDs. Knights receiver Chandler Allphin had six catches for 107 yards and two TDs.

DESERT HILLS 33, SALEM HILLS 26: Desert Hills was able to catch fire at the perfect time as it rallied off 21 points in the fourth quarter to sneak past Salem Hills in an exciting game between the new schools.

TOOELE 15, WEST 10

UINTAH 33, CARBON 6

TIMPANOGOS 22, HUNTER 16: For the f+bParker Brown played a part of every score with one touchdown pass, three field goals and one touchdown run in the Timpanogos victory.

DIXIE 35, CIMARRON, NEV. 21: Dallin Weber ran for three touchdowns, while Mike Sharp had a 50-yard TD run and completed a 45-yard TD pass to John Matuwatu for another touchdown as Dixie got the win at Cimarron, Nev.