Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
East at Herriman in 4A football first round in Herriman on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012.
The start of the 2013 high school football season is still well over three months away, but it's never too early to start marking your calendar and getting excited about 14 weeks of Friday Night Lights beginning on Aug. 23.
Who does defending 5A state champion Jordan open with, and when is the Alta-Bingham game? What about the East-Jordan rematch, not to mention numerous other exciting match-ups brought about by realignment and the introduction of a sixth classification in Utah? All these questions and many more are answered below.
Below are links to the complete schedules for 102 of the 103 high school football teams in Utah. The schedule for Monument Valley is only a partial schedule.
Davis, Fremont, Layton, Northridge, Syracuse, Viewmont, Weber
Cottonwood, Granger, Hillcrest, Hunter, Taylorsville, West
Alta, Bingham, Brighton, Copper Hills, Jordan, West Jordan
American Fork, Herriman, Lehi, Lone Peak, Pleasant Grove, Riverton, Westlake
Bonneville, Box Elder, Logan, Mountain Crest, Ogden, Roy, Sky View
Bountiful, Clearfield, Cyprus, East, Highland, Kearns, Woods Cross
Corner Canyon, Mountain View, Murray, Olympus, Orem, Skyline, Timpanogos
Maple Mountain, Provo, Salem Hills, Spanish Fork, Springville, Timpview, Wasatch
Class 3AA North
Bear River, Ben Lomond, Juan Diego, Park City, Stansbury, Tooele, Uintah
Class 3AA South
Cedar, Desert Hills, Dixie, Hurricane, Payson, Pine View, Snow Canyon
Class 3A North
Carbon, Emery, Grantsville, Judge Memorial, Morgan, Union
Class 3A South
Canyon View, Delta, Juab, Manti, North Sanpete, Richfield
Region 2A North
American Leadership, Gunnison, Layton Christian, Millard, North Summit,
South Summit, Summit Academy
Region 2A South
Beaver, Enterprise, Grand, North Sevier, Parowan, San Juan, South Sevier
Altamont, Diamond Ranch, Duchesne, Kanab, Milford, Monticello, Monument Valley, Rich, Whitehorse