High School Football

Check out all of the action in Week 8 of Utah high school football.
Skyridge took down Lone Peak 31-30 Friday evening in a thrilling Region 4 showdown, using three fourth-quarter touchdowns to come from behind and defeat the reigning 6A state champions.
In a game that saw a combined 104 points, Timpview ended up on the right side of its meeting with Orem, outslugging them and running away with an emphatic 62-42 victory.
Brighton running back Kace Gurr rumbled for four touchdowns and the Bengals rallied for 30 unanswered second half points to topple Park City in a 47-33 shootout Friday.
East High School football team racked up over 500 yards of total offense as it rolled to the 63-24 win over Skyline in a Region 6 showdown on Thursday.
Here’s the Steward Health Care Week 7 high school star athletes of the week.
Did the Cougars and Utes make the cut for the 4-star Timpview offensive tackle?
A look at all the high school football action from Friday night.
Four-star prospect Jackson Bowers passed Todd Heap for the record of career receptions by a tight end at Mountain View High in Arizona.
Here’s the Utah Steward Health Care Week 6 high school star athletes of the week,
Skyline’s Miles Hall had a career game as Utah high school football hit the midseason mark.
From 6A to 1A, the contenders and pretenders are coming into focus.
The Vikings are a perennially solid team, have a winning overall record over their 81-year history, and last won a region title in 2013. They are a good team, but as coach Taylor Walkenhorst knows in his second year as coach, getting from “good to great” takes a lot of work, and Region 4 football demands that kind of dedication.
RPI rankings are updated each week and are used to seed the Utah high school football playoffs.
Here’s the latest highlights from BYU, Utah and Utah State commits.