SYRACUSE 30, WEBER 0: Brandon Hamlin led the way with two TD's running one and throwing the other, while the Titans played hard nose defense for the big region win.
NORTHRIDGE 42, FREMONT 28: In this high scoring game Northridge got the edge with 372 total yards for the Knights to stay perfect in region.
VIEWMONT 33, CLEARFIELD 18: After falling behind early in the game, Viewmont poured it all on Clearfield in the fourth quarter. The Vikings scored 26 unanswered points to crash the Falcons homecoming game.
LAYTON 13, DAVIS 7: In this tough fought game between region foes, Camren Applegate threw for a pair of touchdowns as the Lancers held on to improve to 2-0 in league play.
BOUNTIFUL 10, BOX ELDER 3: The Braves jumped out to a 10-0 first-quarter lead and then hung on despite a gritty effort by the winless Bees, who narrowly missed pulling of the big upset.
SKY VIEW 62, ROY 0: Brayden Compton and JD Falslev returned punts for touchdowns for the second week in a row as Sky View dominated Roy on the road. Falslev added two more touchdowns on three total carries and Brock Warren knocked through eight extra points in the game.
MOUNTAIN CREST 20, BONNEVILLE 7: Mountain Crest scored three straight unaswered touchdowns to grab the win over Bonneville on the road. Ethen Lofthouse ran in two of the TDs for the Mustangs.
COTTONWOOD 37, CYPRUS 0: Cottonwood's passing attack proved too much for the Cyprus defense. The Colts remain undefeated after the Cyprus shutout.
EAST 34, MURRAY 7: The Leopards outscored the Spartans in every quarter enroute to a dominating win.
HIGHLAND 34, GRANGER 8: Nick Orchard had 10 rushes for 61 yards and a TD and was 2-for-7 passing for 81 yards and another touchdown. Travis Walzer scored twice as Highland defeated Granger. Jordan Crayton helped the Rams effort with 121 yards in punt returns, while Latu Heimuli had four tackles, four assists and a sack for Highland defensively.
WEST 28, OLYMPUS 21: Daniel Wray ran the ball 60 yards with under four minutes remaining to give West the win over Olympus. Sana Aseaki had over 250 all-purpose yards, including an 80-yard touchdown run, while Spencer Harris ran for a TD and threw for two others, passing for over 300 yards total for West in the win.
OREM 40, PROVO 28: The Tigers won their first region game over rival Provo on the road.
TIMPVIEW 30, PAYSON 0: Timpview comes up big in this region battle with strong defense.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 42, TOOELE 7: Anthony Heimuli led the Bruins with 162 rushing yards and 3 TDs, including a 69-yard score to get things started as his team improved to 2-0 in region play after an 0-3 preseason.
DIXIE 31, CEDAR 18: Mike Sharp rushed for two TDs and passed for another as the Flyers opened region play with a win over Cedar.
SNOW CANYON 48, DESERT HILLS 0: Adam Timo had 18 rushes for 107 yards and three touchdowns and Austin Larsen added 13 rushes for 85 yards a pair of TDs as Snow Canyon trounced Desert Hills.
PINE VIEW 56, CANYON VIEW 6: Pine View was led by great play of Justin Encef-b. Ence went 9 for 13 for 105 yards and a TD in the air, while rushing for 141 yards and 3 touchdowns. Villiami Hafoka ran for 68 yards and a TD.
JUAB 28, SOUTH SUMMIT 7: The Wasps were led by great play of their quarterback Brock Orme. Orme went 6 for 12 for 143 yards and 2 touchdowns. Kyler Jones led the rushing attack with 49 yards off 5 carries.
MANTI 56, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: Griffin Aste was 11-of-15 with 138 yards and a touchdown and the Manti running backs rushed for 232 yards as the Templars defeated the Eagles. Eleven different players scored for Manti in the game.
NORTH SUMMIT 36, GUNNISON 14: After a slow first quarter, the Braves exploded for 23 unanswered points in the second quarter. The run was enough to give North Summit the win.
MILLARD 31, BEAVER 14: After a rough first half, Clancy Mortensen stormed through the last two quarters, racking up 150 yards rushing, 100 receiving yards and three Eagle touchdowns. Millard freshman Poncho Alcala ran for 50 yards and his first touchdown in the win.
SAN JUAN 14, RICHFIELD 0: Kyle Johnson led the way for San Juan completing 8-of-23 passes for 106 yards and one touchdown as the Broncos blanked the Wildcats to remain unbeaten on the season at 5-0.
SOUTH SEVIER 10, GRAND 0: Landon Leavitt scored an 11-yard TD in the third quarter, and the Rams didn't allow a point from start to finish en route to the shutout.
DUCHESNE 27, ALTAMONT 7: Selby Reinhardt racked up 212 rushing yards and a touchdown behind the play of lineman Jacob Evans, Austin Thompson, Matt Mott, Kyle Wilkerson, and tight end Morty Burt, who led the Duchesne running attack. For the Longhorns, Talon Carter recorded 15 tackles in the losing effort.
PAROWAN 28, MILFORD 0: Nick Wood rushed for a touchdown and threw for another to lead the Rams on the road. Matt Lester had a 20-yard interception return as Parowan opened region play with a win.
KANAB 32, RICH 28: Bryce Hafen led the Kanab attack, rushing for 153 yards and 3 touchdowns. The defense was led by Justin Orden, who recorded 6 tackles and three deflections. Bradley Holmes rushed for 177 yards and 3 touchdowns in the loss.
HURRICANE 31, PARK CITY 0: The Tigers never let up, as they shutout Park City in nonregion play. Hurricane was led by Gordon Dotson, who had 165 yards and two touchdowns to keep Hurricane undefeated on the season.
WEST JORDAN 20, HILLCREST 17 (OT): Damien Maestes led the West Jordan attack, as the Jaguars upset the Huskies homecoming game in OT. Maestes had 23 carries for 156 yards and a TD. Jace Rogers found Tyson Udy in the endzone for the game winner.
OGDEN 49, CARBON 0: Triple threat Jake Buck threw for a TD, ran for a touchdown and caught one to help Ogden defeat Carbon. Ben Buck had 210 all-purpose yards in the win for the Tigers.
NORTH SEVIER 47, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 26: The Wolves had 437 yards of total offense, led by Wyatt Mason with 159 yards rushing and 3 TDs. Tanner Larsen connected with Riley Tidlund twice in the endzone as North Sevier improved to 3-2 on the season.
ENTERPRISE 29, MONTICELLO 14: Slade Moyle and Kevin Cervantes led the Wolves rushing and the defense held strong through the night to give Enterprise the win. The Buckaroos had a 99-yard kick return for one of their two scores.
MORGAN 52, NORTH SANPETE 20: Jake Kinsey led the way with two rushing TD's, while on defense Sage Woolsey had four unassisted tackles with one for a major loss in the Morgan victory.
HUNTER 41, SPANISH FORK 13: Robert Atiga led the way with only two carries rushing and with both touches getting TD's for the Hunter victory.
BEN LOMOND 24, WASATCH 19: Behind an outstanding defensive performance, Ben Lomond jumped out to a 24-12 lead in the fourth quarter before holding on for the win.
BINGHAM 24, LONE PEAK 8: Harvey Langi put the Miners on the board first with a 48-yard TD run. Langi finished with 98 yards on 14 carries. Jake Soffe completed 13-of-21 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown as Bingham improved to 3-2 after dropping its first two games of the season.
UNION 37, GRANTSVILLE 21: Gauge Smith led the way with 188 passing yards and 80 rushing, throwing 3 TD's, while Caden Richard had 113 rushing yards with two TD's in the Union victory.
PLEASANT GROVE 24, BRIGHTON 6: Pleasant Grove got the job done on the ground against Brighton, rushing for 234 yards. LeSean Wilcox led the way with 17 carries, for 81 yards and a TD. The Defensive play was also a big factor in Pleasant Grove's win. The Vikings held the Bengals to 65 yards of total offense.
DELTA 41, MOAPA VALLEY, NEV. 20: The Delta offensive line lead the rushing attack and opened holes all game, allowing Dayton DeLoach to gain 118 yards on 10 carries and score a touchdown and TJ Ross to rush for three TDs on 89 yards. DeLoach also had two interceptions and threw a TD, while Wes Murdock had 12 tackles for Delta defensively.
SKYLINE 35, KEARNS 7: Caleb Latteier rushed for two TDs and Brian Orr had a 62-yard punt return as Skyline dominated Kearns. The Eagles racked up 338 total offensive yards to 194 for the Cougars and kicker Mike Laganiere put in five extra points in the win.
JUAN DIEGO 35, JUDGE MEMORIAL 7: Juan Diego quarterback Brian May accounted for four touchdowns. The Soaring Eagle defense was outstanding in holding the Bulldogs to just 78 total yards of offense in the rout of catholic school rivals.
LOGAN 38, HIGHLAND, IDAHO 33: Jeff Manning led the Grizzlies to a thrilling win with a fourth-quarter, 62-yard touchdown to Stephen Gwynn. Manning finished with 253 offensive yards, including 114 rushing yards on 23 carries. He was 20-of-35 on the night.
COPPER HILLS 52, TAYLORSVILLE 0: Josh Soter led the way going 20-for-32 with 312 yards passing, throwing for 5 TDs and rushing for one. Chandler Johnson had 5 catches for 133 yards and 2 TDs, while Brian Bell had 14 carries 88 yards and 2 TDs for the Copper Hills victory. Clint Jex led the Grizzlies' defense with 13 tackles, adding two sacks to his state-leading total.
AMERICAN FORK 54, MT. MIGUEL, CA. 34: Evan Wright led the way with 131 total yards with two TDs, while the defense played tough and getting four interceptions for the American Fork victory.
JORDAN 29, RIVERTON 22: Alex Hart was 20-of-34 for 315 yards and three touchdowns and also ran in the winning touchdown with less than two minutes remaining as Jordan held off Riverton for the win. Cory Hunt caught seven passes for 144 yards and two TDs and had an interception to end the game for the Beetdiggers. Riverton QBJames Johnson was 19-of-25 for 249 yards and also ran for a TD in the loss.
UINTAH 21, EMERY 20 (OT): Tyler Larsen scored the game-tying touchdown in OT and kicking the game-winning PAT as the Utes improved to 4-1. Larsen finished with 150 yards, his third 100-plus rushing performance of the season.
SPRINGVILLE 42, SALEM HILLS 8: Colton Ramon ran for the opening two touchdowns and Isaac Allred passed for three to three different receivers as Springville dominated Salem Hills.