DUCHESNE 28, MILFORD 14: Tommy Rowley scored two of the Eagles four touchdowns and Duchesne held Milford scoreless in the second half as it came away with the win. Wade Netto scored both of the Tigers touchdowns.
DIAMOND RANCH 47, MONUMENT VALLEY 6
LAYTON CHRISTIAN 40, GUNNISON 27: Justin Banks exploded for four touchdowns on the ground to help Layton Christian outlast Gunnison on the road. Hunter Whitney threw four TDs while Zack Christensen caught two of them in the loss.
SUMMIT ACADEMY 20, NORTH SUMMIT 13: Tied at 13-13 with under 30 seconds left, Hagan Hines rifled a strike to Steven Harp in the end zone to help lift Summit Academy over North Summit. Harp had an outstanding game as he hauled in two TD passes from Hines and ran for another to lead the Bears in the narrow victory. Jason Lowe finished with two scores to lead the Braves in the loss.
MILLARD 55, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 0: Millards high-octane offense gave ALA all it could handle as the Eagles flew over the Eagles on the road.
ENTERPRISE 42, PAROWAN 0: The Wolves jumped out to a 35-0 lead in the first half as Enterprise secured the region shutout over Parowan. Kelton Hunt ran for three touchdowns while Brandell Shumway threw in another two.
SOUTH SEVIER 34, GRAND 28: Trevor Jones finished the night with three passing touchdowns, two of those to receiver Brock Bastian, to lead South Sevier to a narrow victory. Tannner White rushed for three Grand scores and threw for another in the narrow loss.
SAN JUAN 53, NORTH SEVIER 0: San Juan jumped on North Sevier early with four touchdowns in the first quarter, and then cruised to the win. Peyton Palmer passed for two touchdowns in the Broncos victory.
TOOELE 38, BEAR RIVER 15: Tooele scored early and often to defeat the Bears with an impressive region-opening victory. Ryan Brady rushed for two touchdowns, while Jake Brady and Nate Reynolds added a score of their own. Defensively Nick Schwartzman had three interceptions, including one he returned 28 yards for a touchdown.
STANSBURY 49, UINTAH 6: The Stallions cruised past the Utes in region action.
JUAN DIEGO 38, BEN LOMOND 21: Juan Diego jumped out of the gates on fire and scored the first 38 points of the game to blow past Ben Lomond. Ryan Baker crossed the pylons twice on the ground while Gabe Colosimo threw three touchdowns to lead the Soaring Eagle in the win.
DESERT HILLS 45, CEDAR 7: Bridger Cowdin rushed for three touchdowns Friday night, including a 58-yard sprint to the end zone for the game's final score for Desert Hills. Nick Warmsley rushed for a TD and threw for another in the win.
HURRICANE 45, PAYSON 20: It was all Hurricane on Friday night as the home team dismantled the visitors to open region play. Tyson Yardley took a pair of carries into the end zone for the Tigers, while quarterback Kayden Langston threw for a pair of scores.
PINE VIEW 59, SNOW CANYON 28: Kody Wilstead threw five touchdown passes to lead Pine View to victory in its first region win on the season. Steve Bangerter and Bladen Hosner each caught a pair of TD passes in the Panthers win.
FREMONT 21, LAYTON 0: Justin Shaw threw all three touchdowns for the Silver Wolves in the Region 1 shutout over Layton.
NORTHRIDGE 31, VIEWMONT 24: Tied at 24-apiece heading into the fourth quarter, Northridges Ben Jackson hooked up with Dallas Mokelbust in the back of the end zone to give the Knights the narrow victory over Viewmont. Jackson finished with three total TDs two in the air and one on the ground to lead the home team's offensive attack. Dayan Lake also rushed for 106 yards and a TD for the Rams, while Hunter Anfinson caught a touchdown and ran for another in the loss.
AMERICAN FORK 35, RIVERTON 18: Tanner Smith rushed for a pair of touchdowns and threw for another to lead American Fork to a big win on the road. Zach Katoa helped the visitors jump to a 21-7 lead with his pair of rushing touchdowns and a 7-yard pass to Coleson Worley in the second quarter.
HERRIMAN 27, LONE PEAK 6: Braydon Kener of Herriman set the tone for the night with two first-quarter touchdowns on the ground. Kaden Hayward and Brig Rush each added touchdowns in the fourth quarter to put the Knights away.
WESTLAKE 17, LEHI 14: Nate Devries stepped up and calmly drilled a 35-yard field-goal as time expired to help lift Westlake over Lehi on the road. Spencer Blackham tied the game for Lehi with a 1-yard touchdown run, but it wasnt enough for the home side.
SKY VIEW 21, BONNEVILLE 0: Isaac Hermann had two rushing touchdowns of 59 and 13 yards, respectively, to help propel his Bobcats over the visiting Lakers. Sky View played outstanding defense, keeping Bonneville off the scoreboard in this Region 5 matchup.
LOGAN 48, OGDEN 12: Logan did all of its damage in the first half as it crushed Ogden at home in region play. Kinkade Wildman and Hunter Horsley combined for four rushing touchdowns to lead the Grizzlies out of the backfield in the win. Wildman also threw for three TDs.
ROY 25, MOUNTAIN CREST 22: Roy outscored Mountain Crest by 18 in the second quarter and held onto its lead in the second half to outlast the Mustangs on the road, but only after a potential game-tying kick went awry.
WOODS CROSS 45, EAST 28: A strong second quarter by Woods Cross helped the Wildcats top East and remain unbeaten on the season. Tanner Hammond led the home team with three passing touchdowns in the region victory.
HIGHLAND 41, KEARNS 0: Highland jumped out to a big 28-0 halftime lead on visiting Kearns and coasted from there to open region play with the victory.
BOUNTIFUL 49, CLEARFIELD 10: In this region 6 matchup, Kaden Simmonds of Bountiful led the way with two touchdowns on the ground in lopsided victory. The Braves defense held the Falcons scoreless in the second half.
SKYLINE 55, TIMPANOGOS 32: Skyline outscored Timpanogos 41-0 in the second and third quarters and held off a late Timberwolves charge to pick up the region victory. Braxton Chipman totaled four touchdowns, three of which came in the air, while Aleck Russon erupted for four consecutive TDs to anchor the Eagles in the dismantling victory.
CORNER CANYON 41, MOUNTAIN VIEW 9: Corner Canyon outscored Mountain View 34-0 in the first half and held on in the second half to cruise past the Bruins. Mike Ebeling scampered for two touchdowns for the Chargers in the win.
MURRAY 38, OREM 7: The Spartans dominant first and fourth quarters proved to be the difference maker as Murray blew past Orem at home. Taylor Liston and Isaiah Gibson combined for four touchdowns in the win.
WASATCH 31, PROVO 0: Garrett Davis threw three touchdowns and Cade Cloward hauled in two of them to help the high-octane Wasatch offense blank Provo at home. Davis finished the night 15-of-22 for 175 yards, three TDs and one interception in the dismantling victory.
TIMPVIEW 42, SALEM HILLS 21: Britain Covey helped Timpview improve to 4-0 on the season with his three passing touchdowns for the visitors. Covey also rushed for a pair of scores Friday night to help the Thunderbirds pick up their first region win on the season.
SPRINGVILLE 28, SPANISH FORK 7: Zachary Gordon found the end zone three times on the ground for Springville as it bested Spanish Fork.
JUAB 14, GRANTSVILLE 7: Juab scored both touchdowns in the first half, and then held on for the one-touchdown win over Grantsville.
BOX ELDER 48, WEBER 38: Box Elders dominant first and fourth quarters helped the Bees close out Weber at home. Connor Udy ran for four touchdowns while Riley Burt added two more to anchor the home team in the win.
SHELLEY, IDAHO 13, MANTI 12: In a defensive battle, Manti came up an extra point short of Shelley, Idaho, despite taking a momentary lead in the third quarter.
JUDGE MEMORIAL 28, DELTA 0: Judge Memorial's strong second quarter and impressive defense helped the Bulldogs blank Delta at home. Ayden Auer rifled three passing touchdowns to anchor the home teams offense in the win.
SOUTH SUMMIT 56, BEAVER 19: Facing a 14-6 lead at the break, South Summit came out in the second half and outscored Beaver 42-13 to coast to the road victory.
UNION 37, PARK CITY 20: Union jumped out to a 24-7 lead at the half thanks to a pair of touchdowns by Nic Smith and Tye Winterton that helped the home side cruise to victory.
WEST 42, CYPRUS 14: West ended the game on a 28-0 run to blow past Cyprus on the road. Landon Tapusoa led the Panthers with three rushing touchdowns in the win. Caleb Lundbergs two scores sparked the Pirates in the loss.
GRANGER 22, MORGAN 21: After remaining scoreless for the first three quarters, the Lancers rallied for two touchdowns to send the game into overtime, and then managed to earn a two-point conversion to pull away with the narrow victory.
COTTONWOOD 42, COPPER HILLS 14: Cole DiPietro connected with Cottonwood receiver Fua Pututau twice in the first half and later DiPietro found the end zone on the ground to lead the Colts to the victory over the Grizzlies.
RICHFIELD 41, EMERY 14: Payton Hafen and Ryder Rippstien each had two rushing touchdowns for Richfield, and Brandon Willardson added another as the Wildcats upended the Spartans. The stifling Richfield defense kept Emery scoreless in the second half.
MAPLE MOUNTAIN 39, PLEASANT GROVE 40: Jacob Doman hauled in a pass in the end zone from Christian Miller with just 19 seconds left to give Pleasant Grove the thrilling victory over Maple Mountain. The Golden Eagles went on to miss a 53-yard field-goal try with time expiring. Koy Wilkenson scored three times for the Vikings in the win.
RICH 20, SODA SPRINGS, IDAHO 7: The Rebels earned a road victory in the matchup against Soda Springs, Idaho.
WEST JORDAN 30, HILLCREST 16: Corbin Suttons three rushing TDs lead the Jaguars to their first win of the season. Vai Jaeger added a touchdown and Mauricio Bellazetin connected on a 28-yard field goal in the victory over Hillcrest.
TAYLORSVILLE 14, OLYMPUS 0: Taylorsville crosses the pylons twice in the second quarter to squeak out the road victory over Olympus. Toa Muamua ran for the only two scores of the game to help the Warriors avenge last years loss to the Titans.
KANAB 40, MONTICELLO 7: Alex Foster finished the game with 57 yards and two touchdowns, including returning an interception to pay dirt, on eight carries to lead Kanab to the blowout win at home. Layne Anderson went 7-for-13 with a TD pass and had an interception return for the Cowboys.
NORTH SANPETE 27, CARBON 7: Spencer Applegarth scored two short touchdowns on the ground to help North Sanpete knock off the undefeated Carbon Dinos for its first win of the season. Jarod Lessar scored late for Carbon.
WHITEHORSE 40, RED MESA, ARIZ. 6