Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Fremont/Weber in Ogden Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014.



MORGAN 38, GRANTSVILLE 7: Morgan's Tyler Kelsey found receivers Jake Peterson and Bridger Streadbeck for touchdowns in the home win. The Trojan defense kept Grantsville scoreless until the final minute.

JUDGE MEMORIAL 61, EMERY 21: Ayden Auer threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more on the ground as Judge put up 47-points in the first half to take a commanding 47-7 lead, a lead that the Bulldogs would never relinquish.

UNION 55, CARBON 0: Union rushed for seven touchdowns, Zach Roll found Korbyn Bertoch for another, and the Cougar defense pitched a shutout en route to pummeling Carbon. Nic Smith was responsible for three of the scores on the ground to lead Union.


RICHFIELD 13, DELTA 7: Richfield intercepted Delta quarterback Bracken Lovell three times Thursday evening, and the visiting team scored 13 unanswered points in the second half to pick up the region victory at Delta. Victor Almanza carried the ball 20 times for 116 yards in the loss.

NORTH SANPETE 23, CANYON VIEW 22: Taylor Lee nailed the game-winning field goal with :26 seconds left in the fourth quarter to give North Sanpete the victory. Trailing 22-0 at halftime, North Sanpete scored the final 23 points of the game for its first region victory of the season.


UINTAH 34, BEN LOMOND 13: Uintah dominated the second half to overtake Ben Lomond and grab the big win.

BEAR RIVER 43, PARK CITY 13: Bear River jumped out to a 36-7 lead in the first half and held on to route the Miners in the region matchup. Kyle Huggins earned 73 rushing yards while Walker Riley threw for 216 yards to lead the Bears.

STANSBURY 63, JUAN DIEGO 21: Landon Stices four touchdown runs lead the way and Gage Manzione added a score through the air as well as another on the ground for Stansbury. Tied at 21-21 at the half, the Stallions scored 42 unanswered second half points to blow the game open and win the region.


SNOW CANYON 10, CEDAR 7: Kolton Barbers 38-yard field goal in the third quarter broke a 7-7 stalemate in favor of Snow Canyon, and proved to be the difference-maker in the Warriors narrow region win on the road. Britton Webster hauled in a 12-yard pass late in the first quarter to bring the score level.

PINE VIEW 29, HURRICANE 14: Kody Wilstead found Bladen Hosner for a big 37-yard touchdown and Gage Afatasi returned an interception 46 yards for a score in the Pine View victory. In the win, Pine Views Ethan Baer connected on five field goals (15 points) that proved to be the margin of victory in the end.

DIXIE 56, PAYSON 14: Dixies Ammon Takau threw for two scores and ran for a couple more touchdowns in the blowout road victory versus Payson. Flyers running back Trenton Miller also added two rushing touchdowns in the win.



VIEWMONT 32, LAYTON 13: Viewmont put points on the board in each quarter, using the second quarter to record two safeties and take an 11-6 halftime lead. In the second half, Vikings Jared Barnum found the end zone twice on two touchdown runs of 37 and 6 yards, respectively, to help his team to the victory over the Layton Lancers.

DAVIS 44, NORTHRIDGE 10: Parker Christiansens three touchdowns through the air led Davis in the victory. The Darts scored 24-unanswered points in the second quarter to take a commanding 30-7 halftime lead.


RIVERTON 31, HERRIMAN 28: After a neck and neck contest, Gavin Slack kicked the final field goal in the last two seconds of the game to break the tie and give the Silverwolves the edge over Herriman. Zac Lallis ran for a pair of scores to lead Rivertons offense.


DESERT HILLS 48, TOOELE 14: The Thunder jumped out to a 28-14 lead in the first half, and then scored 20 unanswered points to blow past Tooele on the road.

Girls soccer


SOUTH SUMMIT 7, NORTH SEVIER 0: Hannah Peterson and Shipley Taylor each scored two goals apiece in the win. Goalkeeper Tenna Crystal recorded the shutout for South Summit.

MANTI 3, GRAND 0: Avalin Cook, Mikaela Cox, and Alexa Vernon each netted a goal for the Templars in the home victory. Mckenna Christiansen earned the shutout between the posts.


WATERFORD 4, SUMMIT ACADEMY 1: Waterford dominated the first half en route to the win. Jacqueline Pollard led the way for the Ravens with two goals while Grace Sponaugle and Caroline Coats also found the net. Juliana Stratford scored for Summit Academy in the loss.

ST. JOSEPH 2, ROWLAND HALL 1: After both teams played to a 0-0 tie at halftime, St. Josephs Kate Weil and Cristiana Behnken each found the back of the net to secure the victory.


SOUTH SEVIER 10, DIAMOND RANCH 3: Kortnie Lee connected on a whopping six goals to lead South Sevier as it dominated both halves en route to beating Diamond Ranch. Kaitlyn Stubbs delivered a hat trick for the Diamond Backs in the loss.

DELTA 3, PAROWAN 1: Abby Christensen scored twice as Delta controlled the first half en route to beating Parowan. Miranda Petersen also found the net for the Rabbits while Ashlynn Blauer scored for the Rams in the loss.

MILLARD 8, BEAVER 0: Emeri Larsen and Kenlie Lemon each scored two goals in the lopsided victory. McKenna Rowell recorded the shutout.


DAVIS 2, NORTHRIDGE 1: Ireland Dunn and Regyn Youngberg each scored in the second half for the Darts in the region win over Northridge.

FREMONT 5, LAYTON 2: Kassidy Barker, Shylee Wood, Kelsey Andersen, Bree Stoddard, and Carlie Watson each scored a goal in Fremonts home victory.

WEBER 4, SYRACUSE 2: The Warriors edged Syracuse in the region matchup.


BINGHAM 6, WEST JORDAN 2: Sydney Bensons hat trick gave the Miners the road victory. Baylie Saunders, Samantha Lilly, and Kaitlin La each added a goal in the win over West Jordan.

BRIGHTON 4, ALTA 2: The Bengals beat the Hawks for the first time since 2010 as Rachel Powley found the back of the net twice.

JORDAN 1, COPPER HILLS 1: Mercedes Langlois scored Jordans lone goal as the Diggers wrapped up the regular season with a draw with Copper Hills.


AMERICAN FORK 5, LEHI 2: American Fork used a big first half to pull away with the home victory. Five different Cavemen scored in the win.

LONE PEAK 8, WESTLAKE 0: Lone Peak dominated the second half to ensure victory and an undefeated regular season. Two players scored twice and four others found the net in the win. Cassidy Smith got the shutout in goal.

PLEASANT GROVE 5, HERRIMAN 1: Morgan Quarnbergs hat trick to go along with goals from teammates Amelia Fullmer and Nicole Wilkes gave Pleasant Grove the road victory.


TIMPANOGOS 5, MURRAY 1: Jadie Christenson led the way for Timpanogos with a hat trick as the Timberwolves dominated the first half en route to the win and the Region 7 title. Natalie Reynolds and Erika Kreutzcamp also found the net for Timpanogos. Lizzy Braby scored for Murray.

SKYLINE 3, CORNER CANYON 2: Holly Daugirdas hat trick in this overtime thriller was enough for Skyline to get the win on the road.

OLYMPUS 1, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Ashley Cardozo scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give Olympus the win. Anesa Curic recorded the shutout in the victory.


DESERT HILLS 5, HURRICANE 0: Madi Hansen scored a pair of goals as Deseret Hills used a four-goal second half to pull away from Hurricane in the regular season finale.


PARK CITY 6, UNION 0: Six different players scored as Park City routed Union. Emma Fellows and Hannah Hyatt split the shutout for the Miners.

JUAN DIEGO 8, UINTAH 0: Juliet Fletcher led the Soaring Eagle with a hat trick while Audrey Hall preserved the shutout in the blowout win over Uintah.


STANSBURY 3, TOOELE 1: Rachel Prescott kicked two goals and Michaela Didericksen knocked in the third as the Stallions picked up the home victory. Lexis Bolliger had the lone goal for Tooele in the loss.

BEAR RIVER 2, BEN LOMOND 1: Sadie Croney and Kaziah Stoof each found the back of the net the as Bears clinched the Region 11 Championship.


NORTH SANPETE 3, CARBON 0: The Hawks blanked the Dinos.





DAVIS DEF. NORTHRIDGE 17-25, 25-22, 27-25, 25-23: After an early loss, the Darts rallied to take the win in four sets. Aubrey Louder earned 16 kills to lead Davis. In the loss, Katie Erwin had 28 digs and a passing percentage of 2.48 for the Knights.

FREMONT DEF. LAYTON 25-22, 25-18, 24-26, 25-23: Maddi Vigil led Fremont with 24 kills as it took care of Layton. Whitney Wray and Jessica Snarr combined for 21 more in the win. Rylee Cate had 12 for the Lancers while Hannah Hill and Elizabeth LeCheminant both had 11.


COTTONWOOD DEF. HILLCREST 25-18, 25-20, 25-17: Cottonwood beat Hillcrest in three straight sets.


PLEASANT GROVE DEF. AMERICAN FORK 25-11, 25-11, 25-22: Alexus Sharp had eight kills with a .700 hitting percentage and Brooklynn Bodily added 13 digs for Pleasant Grove. The Vikings remain undefeated in region play.


BOX ELDER DEF. MOUNTAIN CREST 25-19, 25-20, 17-25, 20-25, 15-7: After two early wins, the Bees lost two frames, but battled back in the fifth set to secure the region victory over Mountain Crest.

OGDEN DEF. BONNEVILLE 28-26, 26-24, 17-25, 25-20: Malorri Barney led the Tigers with 29 digs in the victory over Bonneville.


KEARNS DEF. HIGHLAND 28-26, 19-25, 25-9, 25-22: Kearns defeated the Rams in four sets.

BOUNTIFUL DEF. JUDGE MEMORIAL 25-20, 15-25, 23-25, 28-26, 15-11: In a big region matchup, Bountiful won a back-and-forth contest thanks largely to the play of its three seniors.

CLEARFIELD DEF. CYPRUS 25-13, 25-16, 25-7: The Falcons defeated Cyprus in three straight sets. Clearfield had 51 service points, including 17 service aces, led by Alice Bocchiola, who had seven and Taylor Spaulding who had five.


SKYLINE DEF. TIMPANOGOS 25-20, 25-14, 25-21: Anna Flitton had nine kills and Taylor Monson contributed four blocks as Skyline swept Timpanogos.


PROVO DEF. MAPLE MOUNTAIN 21-25, 25-22, 25-17, 25-15: Kaydee Kuchar had 7 aces and Maria Romero added 31 digs to lead Provo to the region victory.

TIMPVIEW DEF. SPRINGVILLE 25-19, 25-19, 25-12: Lacy Haddock had 17 kills and 14 digs, Lyndie Haddock had 12 kills and 15 assists, and Anessa Atuaia added six kills as the Thunderbirds defeated Springville to remain perfect in region play.


PARK CITY DEF. UINTAH 25-16, 25-10, 25-17: Whitney Wakefield had 11 kills and a .636 attack percentage and Sammee Thomas added 22 assists as the Miners defeated Uintah in three sets.


STANSBURY DEF. GRANTSVILLE 17-25, 19-25, 25-16, 25-10, 15-11: Despite two early losses, the Stallions rallied to pick up the win over Grantsville.

TOOELE DEF. BEAR RIVER 25-11, 25-22, 25-13: Daisy Brown had 13 aces and 29 assists, Sydnee Simmons had nine kills and two blocks, and Brin Stewart had seven kills and 12 digs in the Tooele victory over Bear River.


NORTH SANPETE DEF. PAYSON 25-22, 23-25, 25-14, 25-18: Jacey Dunn and Taylor Jorgensen combined for 23 kills in the middle to lead North Sanpete.

CARBON DEF. RICHFIELD 25-15, 18-25, 23-25, 25-15, 15-7: It took the Dinos five sets to secure the victory over Richfield.


GRAND DEF. WASATCH ACADEMY 25-20, 25-23, 24-26, 25-18: Grand took care of Wasatch Academy in a sweep.


SOUTH SUMMIT DEF. AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 25-11, 25-18, 25-20: Natalie Nichols led the way for South Summit with 10 kills and six blocks as the Wildcats swept the Eagles. Josie Grajek added six blocks for South Summit.

NORTH SUMMIT DEF. MANTI 25-15, 25-18, 25-5: North Summit had 41 kills on its way to pummeling Manti in a sweep.

GUNNISON DEF. SUMMIT ACADEMY 25-18, 25-14, 25-21: Gunnison used a solid team effort to sweep Summit Academy.


DUGWAY DEF. WEST RIDGE ACADEMY 24-26, 25-22, 25-13, 25-22

ST. JOSEPH DEF. WENDOVER 25-19, 25-18, 27-25: Mady White had nine kills, 10 digs, and an ace to lead St. Joseph in its sweep over Wendover. Cydni Myers added eight kills, five aces, and 10 digs while Kathleen Tomon contributed five kills, six solo blocks, and 11 assists for the Jayhawks.


MORGAN DEF. JUAN DIEGO 25-14, 25-15, 25-19: Jaden Farr had 10 kills, four aces, and one solo block; Aubrey Saunders had nine kills and one solo block, and Jorry Randall added 40 assists for the Trojans in the sweep over Juan Diego.