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Running back Jacob Hougaard recorded touchdown runs of 59 and 51 yards in the win.


DIAMOND RANCH 47, WHITEHORSE 0: The D-Backs scored 20 points in both the first and third quarters to thump the visiting Raiders.


ROY 41, WEBER 12: Roy pulled away late in the third quarter as Garrett Bowman connected with Logan LaRose and then David Hadley for two consecutive scores through the air. Ken Linehan put together a great performance on the ground for the Royals, scoring three touchdowns.

SYRACUSE 30, SKYLINE 0: A well-distributed offensive effort - in which five different players scored - gave Syracuse the dominating victory over the Eagles. Brock Anderson tossed three touchdowns for the Titans, who improved to 2-0 with the victory.

DAVIS 35, VIEWMONT 7: Quarterback Gage Cook was here, there, and everywhere for Davis, rushing for 220 yards on 22 carries and scoring three rushing touchdowns in the win.

JORDAN 56, LAYTON 14: Jordan quarterback Austin Kafentzis ran for four touchdowns and threw for another as the Beetdiggers easily beat Layton to improve to 2-0 on the season. Jerome Bettis Vaituu rushed for two scores for Jordan, while Clay Moss scored on rushing and receiving TDs.

TIMPANOGOS 23, AMERICAN FORK 6: Jacob Hougaard scored on rushing touchdowns of 59 and 51 yards as Timpanogos pulled away from American Fork by scoring 20 unanswered points in the second half.

WOODS CROSS 36, BONNEVILLE 0: Skyler Farnes threw four touchdown passes to lead Woods Cross in the shutout victory. Farnes ended the game passing 9-for-19 with 158 yards while teammate Sean Barton rushed for 155 yards, had 42 yards receiving, and scored a touchdown.

BOUNTIFUL 35, MOUNTAIN VIEW 7: The Braves built a substantial first-half lead while holding the Bruins scoreless until the third quarter. Jakob Hunt led the effort on the ground with four rushing touchdowns.

NORTHRIDGE 33, OLYMPUS 0: David Adams had 96 yards rushing with a pair of touchdowns, while also hauling in 95 yards receiving. Adams added to his total offense with 63 punt return yards. Dayan Lake rushed five times for 112 yards and a TD, while Nate Kusuda was 12-for-20 with 200 yards and a pair of passing TDs. Defensively, Eliyah Mayberry recorded eight tackles, two sacks and forced a fumble.

HILLCREST 26, TAYLORSVILLE 14: Hillcrest relied on a dominant first quarter to snag what otherwise would have been a very tight game.

DIXIE 49, RIVER VALLEY, ARIZ. 3: Blake Barney completed 8-of-14 passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns along with 67 rushing yards and two running scores to lead the Flyers in their second win of the season. Dixie jumped out to a 42-0 halftime lead and coasted throughout the running clock in the second half. Drew Batchelor carried the ball into the end zone three times for Dixie.

STANSBURY 42, PARK CITY 7: Chandler Staley rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on three carries to lead the Stallions on the road. Defensively, Colton May totaled 15 tackles and Spencer Lahangi had 14 tackles for Stansbury.

BEAR RIVER 44, PRESTON, IDAHO 12: Bear River quarterback Kyle Zundel completed 12 of 14 passes for 284 yards and four touchdowns as bear River rolled past Preston, Idaho to improve to 2-0. Colton Jensen hauled in two of Zundel's TD passes finishing with 173 yards and two touchdowns.

JUAB 21, GRANTSVILLE 14: Dalton Harmon scored on a rushing touchdown and then recorded a passing touchdown as Juab jumped out to a 21-0 lead. The Wasps then held on as Grantsville's Ky Fisher scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns in the final four minutes. Grantsville recovered an onside kick with 1:34 remaining, but couldn't capitalize as Juab forced three straight incompletions.

MILLARD 20, DELTA 7: Jesse Rhodes torched the Delta defense with a pair of touchdowns that were over 20 yards. Dakota Bullock opened the scoring for visiting Millard, and the Eagles were able to hold the Rabbits to just one score in the battle of Central Utah.

SALEM HILLS 13, PAYSON 0: Salem Hills battled for the narrow victory, nabbing the first TD before sending it through the uprights twice to secure the win.

BEAVER 21, GUNNISON 14: Beaver had the ball on the 30-yard line and it was 3rd-and-10 in overtime when Michael Roberts hit Kendell White for a 30-yard, game-winning pass. For Gunnison in the loss, Braden Harris had 11 tackles and Ryker Pickett had six tackles and a sack.

AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 29, CARBON 6: Carbon jumped to an early lead but it was all in vain. ALA prevented them from reaching the end zone in the remaining three quarters and built an impressive lead.

MORGAN 34, SOUTH SUMMIT 27: In an exciting back-and-forth game throughout, Kade Carrigan helped lead Morgan to the victory as he carried the ball 17 times for 89 yards and two touchdowns. Joseph Kippen, Bridger Anderson and K.T. Tibbitts all added TDs as well for the Trojans. Caden Christenson completed a pair of touchdowns for South Summit in the loss.

CANYON VIEW 23, RICHFIELD 13: Koy Huxford led the Falcon cause with 192 yards and two touchdowns on 12-for-30 passing, and Stetson Dearden contributed one score with 152 yards on 14 carries in the home victory.

SOUTH SEVIER 39, NORTH SEVIER 18: The Rams scored a consistent 13 points in the first three quarters in the win over rival North Sevier. Trevor Jones accounted for three passing touchdowns and scored once on his feet, while Alani Pututau tallied two rushing TDs.

SPANISH FORK 28, SPRINGVILLE 14: Spanish Forks' defense capitalized on a pair of interceptions and four sacks to knock off rival Springville for the preseason victory. Braxton Argyle, Cameron Money and Gunnar Beus all scored rushing touchdowns to lead the Dons.

CYPRUS 28, TOOELE 0: Cyprus shut out the Buffaloes as Nico Disera shined with two receiving touchdowns from Dennis Kamakana and one 74-yard rushing score for the Pirates' second win of the season.

LYMAN, WYO. 40, ALTAMONT 0: Lyman, Wyo. got the best of Altamont as the Longhorns lost in a lopsided game on the road.

EMERY 41, GRAND 7: Emery ran over Grand en route to the blowout victory at home. The Spartans rushed 44 times for 429 yards and four touchdowns. Emery also snagged four interceptions. Bailey Failmalo pulled down a 12-yard TD pass from Marco Mota and also returned an interception for a touchdown. Mota ran in two more scores.

DUCHESNE 39, NORTH SUMMIT 12: Matt Muir got the Eagles on the board early, scoring on a 77-yard kickoff return to start the game. Kaden Moon scored two touchdowns and totaled 122 rushing yards and Josh Hanberg scored once with 85 yards in the Duchesne victory.

NORTH SANPETE 13, UNION 2: Brady Walker came up big for North Sanpete offensively rushing the ball 10 times for 133 yards and a touchdown, while defensively he added six tackles and a fumble recovery as the Hawks improved to 1-1 in the preseason.

PLEASANT GROVE 41, PROVO 7: Michael Anderson tossed a pair of touchdowns and finished with 145 yards passing. Colton Babb had 10 carries for 90 yards and a TD, while also hauling in five catches for 51 yards. Spencer Romney and Dallin Hatch combined for 116 yards on nine carries for Pleasant Grove.

HURRICANE 28, WEST JORDAN 14: Hurricane fullback Jared Edwards scored on touchdown runs of one, one, seven and 17 yards to lead 3A's top-ranked Tigers to the preseason victory over West Jordan. The Tigers scored a touchdown in each quarter and built a 21-0 lead early in the third quarter.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 35, OGDEN 7: Mark Barnet found the end zone twice in the convincing victory, running one in after catching a 40-yard pass from quarterback Kaden Elliss. Elliss threw three touchdowns in the win.

LAYTON CHRISTIAN 41, MOUNTAIN VIEW CHRISTIAN, NEV. 0: Colin Greenhill totaled six tackles and recovered one of the three fumbles the Eagles picked up en route to a one-sided victory against their out-of-state foes. LCA totaled 245 rushing yards, including 74 yards and two touchdowns on 11 rushes from Nick Edwards.

SAN JUAN 35, MONTICELLO 0: Barkley Christensen passed for three touchdowns and also scored on a rushing touchdown to lead San Juan to the shutout victory over Monticello. Logan Meyer was the recipient of two of Christensen's TDs, while Kyle Marian hauled in the third.

LONE PEAK 23, MOUNTAIN CREST 21: Baron Gajkowski got the ball with 37 seconds left and drove Lone Peak down the field to the 30 yard line, where Michael Smith stepped in to hit his first high school field goal. Smith scored the three points from 47 yards out and with one second on the clock to give the Knights the dramatic victory. Gajkowski totaled 120 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 26 rushes and 181 yards and one passing touchdown on 15-for-25 passing.

LOGAN 35, COTTONWOOD 0: Luke Falk ran for three touchdowns and passed for another as Logan bounced back from its disappointing Week 1 loss to Northridge with a convincing victory over Cottonwood. Jake Thompson kicked a pair of field goals and also hauled in a receiving touchdown for the Grizzlies.

GREEN RIVER, WYO. 34, UINTAH 27: Uintah jumped out to a 13-0 first quarter lead, but couldn't hold on as Green River rallied to force overtime with 14 points in the fourth quarter. Green River then won it in overtime.

PINE VIEW 24, OREM 21: Pine View's Prentiss Miller rushed for 270 yards to lead the Panthers to the road victory over the Tigers. He carried the ball 51 times a new state record.

BRIGHTON 27, FREMONT 0: Brighton notched an impressive victory behind a strong effort from the Masina brothers. Osa Masina carried the ball 11 times for 103 yards and Uaea Masina had 20 rush attempts resulting in 118 yards. The pair combined to score all four of Brighton's touchdowns. The Bengal defense also had a strong showing, limiting Fremont to 150 total yards.

BOX ELDER 41, CLEARFIELD 0: Shad Watson led Box Elder in a huge-margin victory, finding the end zone on a 9-yard rushing play before throwing two touchdowns.

KEARNS 39, COPPER HILLS 15: Jordan Floyd passed for 322 yards and three touchdowns to lead Kearns past Copper Hills. Daniel Tapusoa finished with a pair of touchdowns on 78 yards rushing, while Hetu Mataele picked up a pair of fumbles to fuel the Cougars' defense. Colton Grossaint was Floyd's main target, finishing with 204 yards on seven catches and a 54 yard TD pass.

GRANGER 53, MURRAY 22: Murray held the lead at the half but quickly surrendered it to Granger in the second. James Elkins was stellar, recovering a fumble and returning it 80 yards before scoring a 76-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth.

SUMMIT ACADEMY 81, MONUMENT VALLEY 0: Christian Miller threw for four touchdowns, while Brodi Strong rushed for three scores as Summit Academy rolled to its second victory in school history. The 81 points scored is the most since Millard scored 82 in 1982.

SKY VIEW 45, HUNTER 27: Sky View snagged the win with quarterback Braxton Godderidge at the helm. Godderidge went 18-of-25 for 390 yards and four touchdown passes. Teammate Skyler Hunt cleaned up as well, finishing with 85 yards on 13 carries, and 83 yards on four catches. Trevon Johnson led Hunter with three touchdowns and 249 yards on 19 carries.

EAST 48, WEST 9: Ula Tulutau ran for 149 yards on 16 carries and Isaac Valles combined for five total touchdowns to lead the Leopards on the road in the rivalry game. On defense, Korey Rush stood out for East with three tackle assists, two tackles, one sack, a forced play and a blocked field goal.

MAPLE MOUNTAIN 23, LEHI 16: KJ Hall connected with Channing Merrill on three touchdown passes in the second half as Maple Mountain rallied from a 16-3 deficit to beat Lehi. Merrill finished the game with five receptions for 92 yards and three scores, while KJ Hall completed 10 of 14 passes for 169 yards and three TDs. Ryan Absher rushed for 113 yards in the loss for Lehi.

JUAN DIEGO 28, MANTI 6: Juan Diego's defense was outstanding in its second win of the season, limiting Manti to just 103 yards of total offense. Offensively, Nick Markosian threw a pair of touchdowns and Jessie Springer added a rushing score and a receiving score for the Soaring Eagle.

HIGHLAND 27, CEDAR 0: Highland built a steady lead while icing the Cedar offense, earning the convincing victory behind quarterback Austin Peterson. Peterson went 5-of-19 for 146 yards and scored a touchdown in the win. Defensively, David Kocher and Luti Nonu combined for 13 tackles and two assists.

TIMPVIEW 28, WESTLAKE 0: Dax Raymond bookended the game with a 50-yard touchdown reception to start the Timpview scoring and a 26-yard touchdown reception to cap off the victory and give Cary Whittingham his first T-Bird victory. Jake Lloyd had a hand in all four of Timpview's scores.

SNOW CANYON 43, SHADOW RIDGE, NEV. 16: Mason Smith carried the ball eight time for 162 yards and one touchdown while Mitch Phillips added 112 yards and three touchdowns in a convincing victory for the Warriors over visiting Shadow Ridge.

WASATCH 42, BEN LOMOND 0: Wasatch dropped a heavy-scoring first half and accented the already-dominating score with a final touchdown in the fourth quarter, all while shutting out the Scots.

ENTERPRISE 17, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEV. 12: Fourteen second-quarter points helped Enterprise topple the Lynx of Lincoln County.

KANAB 55, DESERT HILLS JV 26: Kanab hit the ground running as it scored mostly in the first half.