VIEWMONT 13, SYRACUSE 7: Ryan Workman's 11-yard pass to Dustin Griggs with 12 seconds remaining lifted the Vikings past the previously unbeaten Syracuse Titans. Workman threw for 113 yards and carried the ball 23 times for 129 yards. Rick Reardon hauled in four catches for 63 yards while Syracuse's Braden Hamblin had 125 passing yards and 83 yards on the ground in the loss.
LAYTON 38, FREMONT 13: Camren Applegate completed 15-of-19 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Lancers to an easy win over the struggling 'Wolves. Karl Williams added 131rushing yards for Layton.
DAVIS 21, CLEARFIELD 6: Tanner Hines led the way for the Darts in their region opener with 180 total yards and two touchdowns as they pulled away late with two touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
NORTHRIDGE 35, WEBER 14: Junior Cole went 20-for-29 for 293 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 92 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries for the Knights. Blake Smithing caught seven passes for 125 yards and rushed for 50 yards. Chris Washington added 95 yards receiving with six catches.
BOUNTIFUL 17, BONNEVILLE 0: Mike Fabrizio put the Braves on the board in the second half with a 5-yard reception and racked up 138 yards on the ground in a region-opening win over Bonneville. Mitch Johnson added 54 yards rushing as the defense stymied the Lakers.
SKY VIEW 56, BOX ELDER 6: Kyler Carlsen led the way for the Bobcats going 8-for-11 with three touchdown passes.
MOUNTAIN CREST 42, WOODS CROSS 7: Mustang quarterback Alex Kuresa finished with 233 passing yards and a touchdown, while teammate Ethen Lofthouse scored twice and recorded a handful of tackles to roll past Woods Cross.
CYPRUS 31, OLYMPUS 15: George Thomas led the way for the Pirates as he had 122 yards and two scores on 19 carries. Trent Dea also had two touchdowns on the ground for Cyprus as they were able to beat Region 6 foe Olympus
EAST 14, HIGHLAND 7: Danny Tuai provided the Leopards' two scores in the region rivalry game, including a 65-yard dash in the third quarter.
COTTONWOOD 42, MURRAY 0: Crosby Jensen led the way going 6-of-10 with 145 yards and throwing for two TDs. Alongside him was Isi Sofele with 180 total yards and four TDs in the Colts win.
WEST 26, GRANGER 0: The Panthers cruised against the Lancers.
TOOELE 21, OREM 14: Chris Iorg led the Buffaloes with two touchdown scores, one a 9-yard toss to Jordan Clemente as Tooele improved to 3-1 on the season under the direction of first-year coach Ray Groth. More importantly, the Buffaloes begin Region 7 play with a victory over the favored Tigers.
SPRINGVILLE 51, PROVO 21: Colton Ramon had 246 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns for Springville to help the Red Devils rout Provo.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 31, PAYSON 14: Anthony Heimuli rushed for 221 yards on 31 carries and two touchdowns as the Bruins throttled the Lions. Christopher Robbins had a 98-yard touchdown on a kick return for Payson.
MANTI 27, MILLARD 7: In this hard-fought game Manti had the upper hand.
DELTA 17, SOUTH SUMMIT 0: Dayton DeLoach led the Rabbits on the ground and also picked off a South Summit pass late in the game to stop a key drive. Wes Murdock had 11 tackles while Michael Hatch had eight as Delta improved to 4-0.
LONE PEAK 23, PARK CITY 0: The Knights improved to 3-1 on the season by holding the 3A Miners to just 165 yards of offense in the shutout.
RAYMOND, CANADA 46, BEAR RIVER 8: Payton Wells rushed for 58 yards and scored all eight points for the Bears. Raymond High totaled 250 yards passing and 175 rushing.
RIVERTON 49, HILLCREST 14: Zach Spencer turned on the burners as he had three rushing touchdowns of over 60 yards, two of which were 70-plus yards.
MORGAN 48, ROY 34: Jordan Wamsley returned two kickoffs back for touchdowns, while teammate Jacob Kinsey added two rushing touchdowns and a receiving score as the Trojans prevailed in a high-scoring affair against Roy.
SAN JUAN 24, CEDAR 7: Kohler Black rushed for two touchdowns as the 2A Broncos picked up a big victory over 3A's previously undefeated Cedar.
HURRICANE 28, VIRGIN VALLEY, NEV. 7: Gordie Dotson rushed for three touchdowns as the Tigers overcame an early deficit to roll past Virgin Valley, Nev. and improve to 4-0 on the season.
UINTAH 14, OGDEN 7: Dax Nyberg scored on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter to propel the Utes past the upstart Tigers.
TIMPANOGOS 42, SNOW CANYON 24: In this long, hard-fought game there were 27 penalties but the Timberwolves got the edge for the victory. JoJo Pili scored three TDs for Timpanogos and also threw for one score.
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 61, WHITE PINES, NEV. 20: Layton Christian bounced back from last week's loss at Virgin Valley, Nev. with a dominating victory over White Pines, Nev.
MONTICELLO 55, MANCOS, COLO. 6: Daniel Torres racked up 137 passing yards and 130 yards on the ground while Devin Wright totaled three touchdowns for a combined 126 yards for the Buckaroos.
RICHFIELD 45, ENTERPRISE 0: Trent Nielson picked off two passes to lead the Wildcat defense while Tyler Sorensen completed four touchdown passes. Zach Cropper rushed for 135 yards.
GRAND 20, ALTAMONT 13: Mike Gruber led the Red Devils' rushing attack with two scores.
EMERY 34, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: The Emery defense smothered ALA, coming up with two interceptions and four fumble recoveries. On offense, JT Noyse racked up 84 yards and four touchdowns for the Spartans.
JUAB 42, NORTH SANPETE 0: Kyler Jones had 107 yards on the ground, including a 68-yard touchdown jog.
NORTH SUMMIT 36, BEAVER 16: Colby Richins led the way for the Braves finishing with 194 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 10 carries in the lopsided victory over the Beavers.
WEST JORDAN 44, TAYLORSVILLE 6: West Jordan stayed perfect with a hard-fought victory.
SPANISH FORK 28, BRIGHTON 14: Spanish Fork was led by quarterback Breck Lewis, who went 19-for-29 with 241 yards passing and two TDs. He also rushed for two TDs.
BINGHAM 27, JORDAN 7: Sophomore Harvey Langi ran for two touchdowns as the Miners won a critical non-region contest.
WEST SIDE, IDAHO 33, RICH 18: The Rebels lost to their rivals from Idaho.
GRANTSVILLE 61, CARBON 20: Quarterback Forest Stephenson led his offense to 532 total yards, 401 yards came from the rushing attack. Tyson Hutchins made several chances to keep Carbon's secondary at bay as the Cowboys picked up their first win of the season.
PLEASANT GROVE 31, COPPER HILLS 0: Joey Owen rushed six times for 91 yards while LeSean Wilcox added 41 yards on five carries as the Vikings spoiled Copper Hills' homecoming and handed the Grizzlies their first loss of the season.
SOUTH SEVIER 27, NORTH SEVIER 12: Dillon Bishoff accounted for 76 of the Rams 310 yards. He scored two touchdowns and added three PATs and two field goals.
AMERICAN FORK 24, SKYLINE 20: HIn the second American Fork got the edge with a Nathaniel Olsen TD and a questionable call at the end of the game for the Caveman victory.
ALTA 21, HUNTER 0: Ammon Olsen led the Hawks with two touchdowns and Zach Bigelow added a big 97-yard interception return for the Alta victory. Les Hamilton's club was able to maintain the winning streak dating back to last season at 16 games in a row.
LOGAN 46, JUDGE MEMORIAL 21: Logan's Jeff Manning had a monster game throwing for 307 yards and four touchdowns in a rematch of last year's 3A state championship game. Josh Thompson caught eight passes for Logan racking up 206 yards and two touchdowns.
KEARNS 12, LEHI 8: Fatur Moala had two key interceptions as the Cougars improved to 3-1 by holding off the Pioneers in a defensive battle.
GUNNISON 26, PAROWAN 24: The visiting Bulldogs picked up their first win of the season by jumping out to a 26-7 halftime lead and holding off Parowan's late rally.
PINE VIEW 41, LAS VEGAS, NEV. 13: Justin Ence started the high school band five times as PIne View rolled over Las Vegas, Nevada. Panthers running back Villiami Hasoka added 120 yards on the ground.
UNION 46, SALEM HILLS 25: The Cougars nearly doubled up Salem Hills.
LINCOLN CO., NEV. 48, MILFORD 23: Milford got routed on the road.
DUCHESNE 39, WEST WENDOVER, NEV. 6: Selby Reinhardt recorded 112 yards of total offense, scoring three touchdowns and three extra points to lead the Eagles, who evened their record at 2-2.