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Judge rolls early, tops Juan Diego

Both teams rack up yards with ground games

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DRAPER — Judge quarterback Ian Wood ran for a touchdown and passed for a touchdown as the Bulldogs beat Juan Diego 28-18 in the first-ever battle between two Utah Catholic schools.

The Bulldogs rushed for 220 yards while Juan Diego rushed for 306 in a matchup that saw Judge win with a stifling defense that kept the Soaring Eagles out of the end zone for most of the night.

Judge led 28-8 before Juan Diego made it respectable in the second half.

The Bulldogs improved to 4-2 with the win while the Soaring Eagles fell to 2-3.


CLEARFIELD 48, LAYTON 7: Falcons' QB Todd Tovey hooked up with Eric Twede for three first-half touchdowns in the Falcons' easy win over the Lancers. Layton actually led 7-0 early in the game, but Clearfield reeled off 48 straight points. Carter Vaughn added 130 rushing yards and two touchdowns, along with two interceptions defensively.

FREMONT 28, DAVIS 6: Fremont racked up 438 yards on offense to Davis' 83 in the lopsided victory. Beau Hadley led the Silver Wolves defense with two Interceptions while Ryan Nay led the offense with 165 yards rushing and two TDs.

NORTHRIDGE 56, WEBER 7:Jase McCormick completed 18-of-21 passes for 329 yards and five touchdowns in the first half to lead the No. 1 ranked Knights. Tyson Stevenson caught seven passes for 156 yards and three touchdowns. Daniel Coats caught seven passes for 91 yards and a touchdown.


ALTA 43, WEST JORDAN 22: Alta's David Anger had a career night with 267 rushing yards and five TDs in the blowout victory for the Hawks.

JORDAN 21, HILLCREST 20 (OT):Trevor Moss had 194 total yards and two touchdowns for Jordan, including the game-winner in overtime. Brad Leggat completed 21-of-46 passes for 205 yards and two touchdowns.

COPPER HILLS 29, RIVERTON 28 (OT):Daniel Beck threw for 309 yards and four touchdown passes and the game-winning two-point conversion in overtime as the Grizzlies picked up their first victory.


MURRAY 2, CYPRUS 0: The Spartans recorded one of the uglier wins possible with a safety late in the game. Cyprus was punting from their own 17 yard line with 5:36 left in the game, but the snap sailed over the punter's head and out the back of the end zone.

OLYMPUS 36, WEST 7:Tom Smith returned the opening kickoff 90 yards to set the tone for the Titans who improved to 4-0 in league play. Nick Sorensen recorded two rushing touchdowns in the second half to help Oly pull away from the Panthers.

BOUNTIFUL 35, WOODS CROSS 0: Bountiful's backup quarterback Steve Matheson came in when the starter went down with a broken collarbone and threw for 133 yards and two touchdowns on only four completions to lead the Braves.

EAST 33, HIGHLAND 14: Highland lost to East for the first time since 1982. Taufui Vakapuna led the Leopards with 215 rushing yards and three TDs while Joey Middleton added two TDs of his own in the historic victory for East.


UINTAH 25, EMERY 6:Jesse Merkley ran for 140 yards for Uintah, and the Utes' defense held Emery to just one gain of over 10 yards.


PAROWAN 38, MILFORD 0:Robby Wheeler blocked two punts as the Rams hammered the Tigers. Six players scored to extend Parowan's winning streak to six.


RICHFIELD 42, CANYON VIEW 13:Keith Boren rushed for two touchdowns to lead the Wildcats.

BONNEVILLE 13, COTTONWOOD 6:Jake Tobin kicked two field goals to lead the Lakers over the Colts. Cottonwood's Lance Sundloff rushed for 86 yards.

GRANGER 27, SKY VIEW 18: The Lancers outrushed the Bobcats 285 yards to 32. Granger's Jordan Kjar rushed for 106 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries.

PLEASANT GROVE 25, SPRINGVILLE 21:Michael Sanders hooked up with Nic Woodhouse on a 55-yard touchdown pass with a minute remaining as the Vikings railed to beat the Red Devils. Springville led 21-12 heading into the fourth quarter.

PINE VIEW 32, SOUTH SEVIER 6:Jake Foote carried the ball 17 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns as the Panthers smoked the visiting Rams. Foote went over 1,000 yards on the season.

TIMPANOGOS 42, PAYSON 14: The Timberwolves won their first game by routing the winless Lions.

LEHI 34, SPANISH FORK 18: Lehi used a pair of defensive touchdowns by Alan Bailey to put away Spanish Fork.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 19, PROVO 17: Despite gaining just 34 yards in the second half, Mountain View held on for the win. Aaron Corbett rushed for 86 yards on nine carries.

MILLARD 34, JUAB 0:McKinley Smith ran for three touchdowns to lead Millard in the shutout.

HUNTER 46, ROY 21:Sione Niu rushed for 176 yards and three touchdowns as the Wolverines waxed the Royals. Tarell Richards tossed three touchdowns for Hunter.

BEAVER 47, GUNNISON 38: Beaver scored two touchdowns in the final 10.7 seconds to seal the victory. Wes Marshall and Matt Albrecht led the Beavers with six TDs between them.

TIMPVIEW 35, OREM 0:Brady Phillips ran for 262 yards and three touchdowns on 31 carries for Timpview, quarterback Michael Affleck was 11-for-19 for 189 yards.

NORTH SUMMIT 16, RICH 13:Andy Carlsen gained 114 yards for North Summit.

GRANTSVILLE 27, NORTH SEVIER 19: Grantsville's Paul Clark carried the ball 16 times for 124 yards and three scores in the win over North Sevier. The Cowboys improved to 4-3 by holding off the winless Wolves.

CEDAR 47, DELTA 36: Cedar quarterback Colton Adams rushed for a pair of scores passed for five more as the Redmen knocked off No. 1 Delta.

NORTH SANPETE 45, BEN LOMOND 0:Clint Aime rushed for 162 yards and three touchdowns as the Hawks embarrassed the Scots. Aime also returned a punt for a touchdown.

MONTICELLO 28, SAN JUAN 23: Monticello held off a late rally by San Juan to preserve the victory. Clint Adams threw for 253 yards and three TDs while Adam Dowell had 127 yards receiving to lead the Buckaroos.

PARK CITY 53, SOUTH SUMMIT 13:Brandon Rogers had 348 all-purpose yards (328 rushing) and five touchdowns as the Miners defeated the struggling Wildcats.

WASATCH 10, MORGAN 7:Micah Wheatly booted a field goal with 3.5 seconds remaining to snap a tie and lift the Wasps to the win over the Trojans in a defensive struggle. Morgan's McKay Bybee tied the game with a 45-yard punt return in the fourth quarter, but the tie was short-lived.

KANAB 21, ENTERPRISE 14: Cowboys' quarterback Sam Nowell recorded two rushing touchdowns as Kanab beat Enterprise for its first win of the year.

LOGAN 35, VIEWMONT 21: Ryan Bohm made a statement during the 4A Grizzlies' convincing win over the 5A Vikings. Bohm completed 16-of-22 passes for three touchdowns, while also rushing for 157 yards on 17 carries. Logan led 35-6 before Viewmont scored two late touchdowns.

DUCHESNE 44, MANTI 18: Duchesne was led by the powerful rushing tandem of Logan Despain, who rushed for 113 yards and five TD's, and younger brother Landon Despain, who rushed for 124 yards and one touchdown in the victory.