Recap of the 52 high school football games across the state in Week 4.
TIMPVIEW 48, MOUNTAIN VIEW 7: Timpview tore up the field with a dominating win only letting one Bruins touchdown through the air in the last quarter. Jake Lloyd had 255 passing yards for the game including five touchdowns.
OREM 56, PROVO 10: After a closely contested first quarter, Orem's offense kicked into overdrive to put away Provo easily.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 26, SPRINGVILLE 21: Maple Mountain rallied for 12 points in the final quarter to top Springville at home and remain unscathed on the season.
TIMPANOGOS 22, SALEM HILLS 6: One of the surprise teams of the year, Timpanogos improved to 4-0 by building a 13-0 halftime lead on Salem Hills and then coasting the rest of the way.
DIXIE 34, PINE VIEW 24: Dixie quarterback Blake Barney had a monster game on the ground carrying the ball 19 times for 201 yards and three touchdowns as Dixie improved to 4-0 with a thrilling region-opening victory over Pine View. Barney also complete 13-of-20 passes for 184 yards and a TD. Prentiss Miller led Pine View in the loss with 156 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
DESERT HILLS 56, CANYON VIEW 7: Desert Hills bullied the Falcons, winning by a wide margin as Ty Rutledge shined on the field with a 58-yard rushing touchdown while tossing a few to the end zone including a 42-yard pass.
HURRICANE 31, CEDAR 13: Jared Edwards and Adam Thompson rushed for a pair of touchdowns as Hurricane improved to 4-0 with a solid victory over Cedar. With his team leading 24-13 in the fourth quarter, Edwards picked up a key interception to ice the victory.
STANSBURY 37, BEAR RIVER 18: Chase Christiansen connected with Chandler Staley on three touchdown passes as Stansbury methodically built a 37-6 lead on Bear River en route to the region opener victory as the Stallions improved to 4-0 on the season.
OGDEN 54, BEN LOMOND 0: Josh Shackleford rushed for two touchdowns and also returned a punt for a touchdown as well as the Tigers easily beat Ben Lomond in the battle for the Iron Horse. Shackleford rushed for over 150 yards as the Tigers won their first game of the year.
MORGAN 41, GRANTSVILLE 7: Ben Suanders only had three rushes, but he racked up 110 yards and two touchdowns, while Ben Saunders completed 3-of-5 passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns to lead Morgan to the surprisingly easy victory over Grantsville in the region opener for both teams.
MANTI 37, GUNNISON 2: Manti improved to 3-1 with a solid defensive effort against Gunnison. Zane Stevens rushed for a pair of touchdowns to lead the Templars.
NORTH SUMMIT 35, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 20: Ben Stephens rushed for 173 yards on nine carries and delivered two touchdowns for North Summit's win while kicking in the majority of the team's PATs
SOUTH SUMMIT 30, MILLARD 7: Hayden Packard hauled in two receiving touchdowns and then added a rushing touchdown to lead South Summit to the convincing victory over Millard. The Wildcats led 30-0 at the half before coasting the rest of the way. Packard added an interception defensively as well.
EMERY 48, NORTH SEVIER 12: David Dyer found the end zone three times, once defensively after snagging an interception and making a house call from 49-yards out in the huge win for Emery.
RICHFIELD 27, PAROWAN 7: Richfield took hold of the lead early on in the game and held the reigns until the end. Josh Henry scored all four touchdowns on rushing plays including a 35-yard run and ultimately had 213 yards for the game.
SOUTH SEVIER 20, ENTERPRISE 0: South Sevier's defense was dominant all night led by Alani Pututau and Wyatt Anderson. Trevor Jones added a rushing touchdown and passing touchdown for the Rams.
BEAVER 21, KANAB 20: Jesse McMullin scored a pair of touchdowns, including a late gamer-winner as Beaver rallied from a 20-0 halftime deficit for the impressive road victory over Kanab.
SAN JUAN 38, GRAND 6: Class 2A's top-ranked team had no problem with Grand building a 38-0 lead before the Red Devils tacked on a late score. Barkley Christiansen passed for two touchdowns to lead the Broncos, while Logan Meyer added a rushing and receiving TD.
RICH 35, SUMMIT ACADEMY 17: The Rebels edged Summit Academy, reaching the end zone only in the first half, with a powerful performance from Austin Groll passing a 41-yard touchdown and rushing for two others. Kaden Thomson also tipped over two TDs for Rich.
MONTICELLO 60, MONUMENT VALLEY 0: The Buckaroos rolled to the victory over Monument Valley to improved to 3-1 on the season.
MOUNTAIN CREST 34, WEBER 3: Jamison Webb finished the game 18-for-33 with 217 yards though the air. Webb passed for two touchdowns and rushed for another as Mountain Crest jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead en route to the lopsided victory over Weber. Gage Ferguson added a rushing and receiving touchdown for the Mustangs, while Eddy Hall finished with 138 yards on 16 carries and a TD.
SYRACUSE 31, BOX ELDER 14: Brock Anderson finished the game 14-for-19 with 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Both teams finished with 322 yards of total offense, but Box Elder had six turnovers that changed the game. It was the first game that the Bees have allowed points scored this season.
BOUNTIFUL 41, VIEWMONT 7: Jakob Hunt had 27 carries for 214 yards and a pair of touchdowns for Bountiful. Tanner Redding led the Braves receiving core with five receptions for 105 yards, and Bountiful managed to hold Viewmont scoreless through the first three quarters.
JORDAN 61, KEARNS 29: Austin Kafentzis passed for five touchdowns as Jordan overcame a sluggish start to rally for the win. Kearns led 21-7 after the first quarter, but the 'Diggers outscored the Cougars 54-8 the rest of the way. James Felila rushed for 229 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.
BRIGHTON 27, AMERICAN FORK 7: Drew Jensen connected with Isaiah Kaufusi on two touchdown passes in the first quarter as Brighton built a 27-0 lead before American Fork tacked on a late touchdown. Brady McCloyn added a pair of rushing touchdowns for the Bengals.
ALTA 19, RIVERTON 7: Chipper Lucero was 22-for-35 with 224 yards and an interception for Alta. Receiver Mac Richards grabbed five catches for 75 yards, while Max Broman carried the ball nine times for 24 yards and the final touchdown.
CLEARFIELD 21, BONNEVILLE 6: Josh Hawes and Elijah Toa both returned a fumble for a touchdown in the third quarter as Clearfield rallied from a 6-0 halftime deficit against Bonneville with 21 third quarter points.
OLYMPUS 42, TAYLORSVILLE 0: Jake Jones carried the ball seven times for 34 yards and three touchdowns as Olympus jumped all over Taylorsville building a 32-0 halftime lead en route to the easy nonregion victory for its first win of the year.
HILLCREST 41, TOOELE 7: Dillon Nordhoff returned two interceptions for touchdowns, and set a new school record with a 98-yard rushing touchdown as Hillcrest rolled to the victory over visiting Tooele.
HERRIMAN 53, COPPER HILLS 20: Francis Bernard rushed for three touchdowns as Herriman broke open a close game by outscoring Copper Hills 29-0 in the middle quarters to improve to 3-1 on the season. Tueni Lupeamanu added a pair of rushing touchdowns for Herriman.
JUAN DIEGO 27, SKYLINE 19: Shortly after Skyline failed on fourth down deep in Juan Diego territory, Soaring Eagle quarterback Nick Markosian broke loose for 82 yards for the game changing score.
PARK CITY 34, DELTA 27: Ezra Seui kept the Delta attack alive with a pair of rushing touchdowns, but Ian Moritz led the Park City counter attack with three passing touchdowns. Alex Boyle pounded in a pair of TDs, and Trevor Kelsch scored the game winner to help the Miners pick up win number one this season.
WASATCH 35, JUAB 26: Wasatch jumped out to a 21-6 halftime lead and then held on after Juab whittled the lead to 28-26 midway through the fourth quarter. Jake Larson had four catches for 109 yards and a touchdown, and Todd Ogilvie had a big interception late in the fourth quarter for the Wasps.
LEHI 55, PAYSON 17: Visiting Lehi jumped out to a 52-10 halftime lead on its way to a dominant victory over Payson for its first win of the year.
DUCHESNE 47, MILFORD 6: Kaden Moon rushed for 82 yards and the games first score. Duchesne quarterback Trent Roberts had 82 yards of total offense to go with his four touchdowns, while McKay Nielsen and Wyatt Redmund combined for 110 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
DIAMOND RANCH 20, ALTAMONT 19: Diamond Ranch scored 20 points in the second half to rally from a 13-0 halftime deficit to knock off Altamont.
SNOW CANYON 34, NORTH SANPETE 3: Mitch Phillips powered Snow Canyon to its second victory of the season by rushing for 220 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, Trevor Horlacher racked up 10 tackles, while Cade Heward added a pair of interceptions, including one he returned for a touchdown.
WEST SIDE, IDAHO 33, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: West Side, Idaho controlled the game from start to finish, shutting out Layton Christian en route to the big time win.
NORTHRIDGE 42, WESTLAKE 7: David Adams torched Westlake's defense by rushing seven times for 77 yards and two touchdowns. Adams also hauled in two more receiving touchdowns and finished with 100 yards on six catches. Nate Kusuda went 17-for-22 with 280 yards, and passed for a pair of touchdowns for Northridge, and then also returned a kickoff 97 yards for a score in the fourth quarter. Zach Hayes was a workhorse for the Knights, with six carries for 120 yards.
UNION 27, CARBON 21: Union improved to 2-2 with a road victory over the Dinos.
DAVIS 23, HUNTER 0: Davis quarterback Gage Cook went 10-for-15 for 144 yards and touchdown. The Darts dominated the game defensively with five intercepted passes on the night in the shutout win on the road.
GRANGER 35, JUDGE MEMORIAL 7: Tani Lehauli carried the ball 31 times for 297 yards and a touchdown, while Jairo Tarver completed 6-of-13 passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns as Granger rolled to the victory over Judge. James Elkins added 139 yards of all-purpose yards for Granger.
WOODS CROSS 41, SKY VIEW 14: Sean Barton opened the game with a 90-yard kickoff return and Woods Cross never looked back in building a 41-0 halftime lead. Barton hauled in two passes for 155 yards and two touchdown. Woods Cross quarterback Skyler Farnes finished the game completing 11-of-16 passes for 305 yards and two touchdowns.
EAST 43, FREMONT 0: Jewka Patetefa scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns, while East quarterback Isaac Valles connected with Preston Curtis and Zach Swenson for a touchdown each in an easy victory over visiting Fremont.
BINGHAM 44, LAYTON 14: Tonga Manu rushed for a pair of Bingham touchdowns, and the Miners opened the floodgates in the second half with 24 points.
ROY 9, MURRAY 3: After Park Schafer sent the game into overtime for the Spartans, Roy's Tyler Skidmore connected with Nathaniel Jones in overtime on a 15-yard touchdown pass as the surprising Royals improved to 4-0 for the first time since 1976.
SKYLINE, WASH. 57, COTTONWOOD 25: Skyline, Wash. dominated from the opening whistle building a 29-7 halftime lead. USC-bound QB Max Browne threw for 387 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for another to lead the Spartans to the easy win. Cottonwood's Cooper Bateman tossed for 254 yards in the loss.
CYPRUS 29, WEST 22: Dennis Kamakana went 8-for-13 with 54 yards passing and a touchdown. Kamakana also rushed for a TD, and Elijah Reynolds led the Cyprus defense with a 28-yard interception return. West blocked a punt late in the fourth quarter, but Nico Disera picked up the ball and gave the Pirates a first down.2 comments on this story
PLEASANT GROVE 26, WEST JORDAN 6: Pleasant Grove scored 21 unanswered points in the second half, including a defensive touchdown by Josh Marsh as the Vikings gradually pulled away from West Jordan for the bounce-back victory.
LOGAN 38, SPANISH FORK 13: Luke Falk completed 37 of 58 passes for 395 yards and four touchdowns, in addition to hauling in a 1-yard touchdown pass from Jesse Brady, to lead the Grizzlies to the easy victory over Spanish Fork on Thursday night.
LONE PEAK 35, HIGHLAND 11: Baron Gajkowski rushed for three touchdowns and passed for two more to lead Lone Peak to the victory. The Rams cut the lead to 14-11 midway through the Third quarter, but the Knights ended the game scoring 21 unanswered points.