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High school football roundup for Friday, Oct. 15 (Week 10)

Riverton and Bingham compete in a high school football game in Riverton on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.
Riverton and Bingham compete in a high school football game in Riverton on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News

Region 2

Kearns 21, Cyprus 17

A tie game heading into the final quarter, Iosefa Toia’ivao hit Kody Barrett for a game-winning 69-yard touchdown strike with under three minutes to play to give Kearns its sixth win of the season. Toia’ivao tossed three touchdowns in the game, with the other two being caught by Isaac Luckart.

Region 6

Olympus 27, Skyline 7

Seth Roberts tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another score as Olympus jumped all over rival Skyline building a 21-0 first quarter lead on it’s way to the victory in the battle for “The Rock.” The win for Olympus created a three-way tie for second place in the region between Skyline, Olympus and Park City.

3A South

Canyon View 12, Richfield 7

Visiting Canyon View edged Richfield on the final game of the 3A South region slate as the two teams finished in a tie for second place in the region with 3-2 records.

2A North

Summit Academy 27, Emery 14

Summit Academy never trailed in their final region victory of the season, on the road, over the Spartans. Koa Sylvester rushed for two touchdowns for the Bears, including a 98-yarder midway through the first quarter.

2A South

Delta 26, Millard 12

Delta scored 20 of its 26 points in the second quarter to give itself a two-touchdown victory over rival Millard to end the regular season. Junior Cameron Skeem scored two rushing touchdowns for the Rabbits.

San Juan 67, Grand 0

Jace Palmer threw three passing touchdowns and rushed for one more as San Juan earned the shutout victory on the final day of the regular season. San Juan jumped all over outmanned Grand with a 32-0 edge in the first quarter and 53-0 by halftime.

“Proud of our kids, coaching staff and community for brining home a region championship tonight. Defense pitched another shut out and offense put on a show.”

—San Juan coach Barkley Christensen

Beaver 42, South Sevier 0

Cobe Carter caught two touchdown passes from Tyten Fails and scored a 60-yard rushing touchdown as Beaver blanked South Sevier in the regular-season finale to bounce back from last week’s shutout loss to San Juan.

“South Sevier came out ready to play and it was a pretty evenly played first half. Our kids responded well after halftime and played a very strong second half.”

— Beaver coach Jon Marshall

1A North

Duchesne 44, North Summit 12

Duchesne set the tone early with an 85-yard kick return touchdown from Garrett Fabrizio on the first play of the game and never looked back. The win sealed an undefeated run through the 1A North region for the Eagles.

“Proud of our guys finishing the regular season on a great overall team effort. We took the opening kickoff back and never looked back. Offense, defense, and special teams all played great. Looking forward to a bye this week and preparing for the playoffs.”

— Duchesne coach Jerry Cowan

1A South

Kanab 19, Parowan 14

Trailing by a touchdown midway through the third quarter, the Cowboys scored 12 straight points to secure themselves a 1A South title. Parker Franklin punched in the game-winning touchdown from a yard out with just over a minute remaining in the game.

North Sevier 41, Gunnison Valley 8

North Sevier dominated in what was a matchup between 1A South’s bottom two teams. Kannin Boswell had an impressive stretch at the end of the third quarter where he scored two touchdowns (a 2-yard run and a 43-yard fumble recovery) within nine seconds of game time for the Wolves.

Enterprise 23, Milford 19

Enterprise used a timely 83-yard touchdown run from Aiden Dougherty in the fourth quarter to fight off a late surge from Milford. With Kanab’s win over Parowan Friday night, the Wolves finished one game shy of a region title with the win.

Nonregion

Northridge 41, Cottonwood 7

After conceding the game’s opening touchdown, the Knights rallied to score all 41 of their points unanswered to close out their regular season with a victory. Josh Acord scored three touchdowns in three different ways (receiving, rushing and an interception return) on the evening for Northridge.