MANTI 45, KANAB 21: The Templars rushed for 294 yards and seven TDs as a team to beat the Cowboys on the road.
CANYON VIEW 30, MILLARD 20: A.J. Cozzens led the Falcon defensive effort with a 50-yard interception return to seal a comeback.
SOUTH SUMMIT 20, GRAND 0: Kendall Prescott scored two TDs on the ground to lead the Wildcats over the Red Devils. South Summit dominated defensively, holding Grand to under 100 yards total offense and getting key interceptions from Copper Field and Denver Hansen.
PARK CITY 45, MORGAN 7: Park City was led by the exceptional play of backup QB Eric Walker. Walker went 1-for-1 with a 16-yard TD pass and also got the job done on the ground, rushing for 187 yards and three TDs.
BEAR RIVER 20, BOX ELDER 16: Aaron Spencer rushed for 118 yards, including an 81-yard TD in the fourth quarter, to cap off the Bears' comeback from 13 points down. Dax Cederholm caught five passes for 159 yards and had two TDs, one of which came on a returned fumble recovery.
COPPER HILLS 33, HILLCREST 10: Josh Soter completed 22 of 38 passes for 284 yards and three TDs, including two to Chandler Allen, as the Grizzlies remained unbeaten. Copper Hills had 19 first downs, compared to just six for Hillcrest.
JUAN DIEGO 33, CYPRUS 0: Juan Diego game-breaker Zach Kinniger looked virtually unstoppable as he racked up 105 yards and four touchdowns off of 10 carries. Teammate Tyler Morales also carried the ball seven times for 98 yards and one score.
BOUNTIFUL 17, VIEWMONT 14: After falling behind 14-0, the Braves rallied and held Viewmont scoreless for the remaining three quarters. Jake Folkerson's 31-yard TD run tied the game and Joe Lake nailed a 25-yard field goal to lift Bountiful to victory.
OREM 14, TIMPANOGOS 9: Josh Hamblin threw two TD passes for the Tigers in guiding Orem to the cross-town win. The first was an 80-yard strike to Lance Chatterly. The second was an 11-yard lob into the end zone to Jordan Egbert, but the scoring opportunity was set up by a 50-yard pass reception by Tyler Boulter. Timpanogos stayed close thanks to three field goals by Parker Brown, two of which were longer than 50 yards. However, the T-Wolves fell short by failing to score from inside the 10-yard line three times. Once Timpanogos had a first-and-10 on the one and failed to push it across.
CEDAR 56, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 8: Cedar picked up the road win.
HURRICANE 28, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 13: Gordie Dotson rushed 18 times for 165 yards for the Tigers while Jase Langston threw three touchdown passes with 110 yards.
SYRACUSE 35, MOUNTAIN VIEW 6: Braden Hamblin connected with four different receivers, finishing with 226 yards and five touchdowns as the Titans improved to an impressive 3-0 on the season. Defensively, Josh Gooch and Jake Anderson combined for 15 tackles and five sacks.
OGDEN 31, GRANGER 8: The Tigers routed the Lancers on the road.
SKY VIEW 28, LOGAN 7: The Sky View defense was up for the task of shutting down opposing quarterback Jeff Manning. Eric Berntson led the constant pass rush with four sacks. The Bobcat secondary was able to pick four of Manning's passes as well to seal the win.
EAST 21, AMERICAN FORK 10: After a slow first half, East pulled it together and rallied for two TDs in the fourth to win the game. Sunia Tauteoli led the offense with 12 carries for 83 yards and a TD. On the defensive end, Matt Price led the Leopards with three interceptions and a TD.
LAS VEGAS, NEV. 47, SNOW CANYON 40: Despite five combined touchdowns from Adam Timo and Austin Larsen, the Warriors surrendered the game's last 13 points and fell to 0-3 on the season with the loss to visiting Las Vegas, Nev.
VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 38, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 8: The Eagles fell for the first time on the road in Nevada.
SAN JUAN 39, MONTICELLO 6: Kyle Johnson passed for two touchdowns as a very even-keeled San Juan offense dominated Monticello. Six different Broncos scored in the game.
RICHFIELD 26, GUNNISON 13: Zach Cropper ran for three touchdowns, including a 65-yarder, to lead Richfield over Gunnison on the road.
TAYLORSVILLE 19, MURRAY 7: Murray's defense had no answer for Taylorsville's Nate Azera, who had 23 carries for 229 yards and two touchdowns. The Warriors defense came up with countless stops to pick up their first win of the year.
BINGHAM 49, FREMONT 21: Bingham racked up its first win of the season, finishing with 508 yards of total offense compared to just 243 yards for the Silverwolves.
CLEARFIELD 13, BONNEVILLE 10: Justin Parkinson rushed eight times for 75 yards and a touchdown and added two catches for 23 yards to lead Clearfield over Bonneville.
BEAVER 41, MILFORD 6: Brennon Hunt rushed for five touchdowns on 29 carries with 177 yards while Jex Jones gained 78 yards on 11 carries and also snagged a fumble recovery. As a team, the Beavers gained 434 yards, 419 coming on the ground.
WEST JORDAN 35, OLYMPUS 28: Damien Maestes and Brandt Henslee combined for 236 yards rushing and two TDs, as the Jaguars held off the Titans to remain unbeaten.
SPANISH FORK 36, PAYSON 0: Breck Lewis completed 14-of-21 passes for 220 and four TDs and the Dons shutout Payson to pick of their first win of the season.
SPRINGVILLE 31, WASATCH 7: QB Isaac Allred had a strong effort passing, while Colton Ramon added a 47-yard TD run as Springville dominated Wasatch. Kicker Nika Goodman didn't miss, contributing a field goal and four extra points for the Red Devils.
COTTONWOOD 52, PINE VIEW 23: Steve Romero passed for 291 yards and four TDs as the Colts rolled past Pine View to remain unbeaten. Cottonwood had 228 yards on the ground, led by Isi Sofele, who rushed for two TDs.
LEHI 16, PROVO 13: With 10 ticks on the clock, Jordan Smith found Josh Miller in the end zone to lead the Pioneers in dramatic fashion.
HIGHLAND 13, SKYLINE 9: Nick Orchard ran for 79 yards in the last two minutes as part of a 99-yard drive to lift the Rams, capped off with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Nate Fakahafua.
NORTHRIDGE 35, MOUNTAIN CREST 21: Northridge quarterback Junior Cole went 14-for-21 for 217 yards and three touchdowns, all of which landed in the hands of star wideout Chris Washington. He racked up 115 yards to help beat Mountain Crest.
LAYTON 35, JORDAN 14: Karl Williams ran for 130 yards and two scores while Camren Applegate accounted for three touchdowns for the Lancers. Alex Hart passed 18-for-32 for 175 yards for the Beetdiggers.
KEMMERER, WYO. 26, RICH 21: Kemmerer (Wyo.) hit Rich quick, and held off the late run by the Rebels to go home with the victory. Rich's Bradley Holmes picked up 148 yards in the air and 112 yards on the ground along with two touchdowns in the loss.
DELTA 23, GRANTSVILLE 0: The Rabbits came out with authority on offense as they amassed over 400 total yards. However, the Delta defense was on track as well, holding Grantsville to under 50 yards. Derek Peterson carried the ball 23 times for 147 yards and teammate Joey Dotson scooted in for two touchdowns.
ALTAMONT 32, CARBON 13: Zaq Brinkerhoff did it all for Longhorns, scoring a touchdown and then kicking the extra point.
TIMPVIEW 28, LONE PEAK 3: Timpview proved it is still the team to beat, as it easily beat Lone Peak. The T-birds were led by quarterback Casey Rumsey, who had two TD passes and rushed for one. Levi Teo also contributed to the win with two TDs.
PLEASANT GROVE 25, RIVERTON 3: Pleasant Grove's Joey Owens carried the ball 11 times for 91 yards and two touchdowns, with teammate Lesean Wilcox adding 86 total yards and a touchdown as the Vikings smacked Riverton in a battle of unbeatens.
SOUTH SEVIER 27, PAROWAN 7: Zach Blackham and Zach Dustin combined for 121 yards rushing and three TDs to lead South Sevier over Parowan.
ALTA 28, KEARNS 0: In a matchup that featured two unbeatens the Hawks were able to stone Kearns. Alta's defense held the Cougars to 50 total yards. Ammon Olsen and the gang racked up 350 yards for the Hawks. Olsen went 13-for-16 for 197 yards. Parker Webster continued to be unguardable in single coverage as he caught two more touchdown passes.
JUAB 33, NORTH SEVIER 14: Juab quarterback Brock Orme lit the sky up as he went 9-for-15 for 233 yards and three touchdowns to help beat North Sevier. Tyler Jones also added 50 yards and a score with four receptions for the Wasps.
HIGHLAND, IDAHO 47, JUDGE MEMORIAL 42: The Bulldogs fell to 2-1 on the season with a narrow loss at Highland, Idaho. Stanford signee Tayson Hill for Idaho accounted for 400 plus yards personally. Judge racked up 517 yards of offense in the loss.
HUNTER 27, BRIGHTON 14: Trailing by seven points at halftime, the Hunter defense picked off four straight passes to set up the offense with the short field. The Wolverines then capitalized with four touchdowns to steal the win from Brighton.
EMERY 20, DESERT HILLS 14 (OT): In this overtime thriller, Emery took advantage of a Desert Hills turnover to steal the game. The Spartans were led by Colby Snow, who had three rushing TDs, including the game winner in overtime.
NORTH SUMMIT 40, DUCHESNE 14: Deven Holmes racked up four scores on the ground, three of which were 30-plus yards for the Braves.
UNION 31, NORTH SANPETE 6: Gauge Smith went 14-for-17 for an astounding 302 yards and four touchdowns as Union defeated North Sanpete. Tyler Nelson caught two of those TDs, hauling in three passes for 129 yards on the night.
UINTAH 35, SALEM HILLS 12: Tyler Larson rushed for two touchdowns and kicked four extra points as Uintah beat Salem Hills.
WEST 15, WOODS CROSS 14: Daniel Wray finished with 161 yards passing and two TDs, one of which came on the ground, to lead the Panthers to a narrow victory over the Wildcats.
ROY 17, WEBER 14: The Royals eked by the Warriors for their second victory.
LA COSTA CANYON, CALIF. 42, DIXIE 27: Kenny Stills caught three touchdowns and threw for another as La Costa Canyon (Calif.) defeated Dixie on the road. QB Sebastian Frausto threw four TDs on the night, while Dixie's Mike Sharp ran two in to lead the Flyers.
TOOELE 34, BEN LOMOND 7: The Buffaloes rallied behind QB Jordan Biorge in the win. Biorge had 167 yards and three TDs, while Milo Leakehe contributed two TDs including a 93 yard kick return.