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Scores, stats, videos and pictures: High school football roundup for Wednesday, Oct. 14

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Maple Mountain and Salem Hills compete at Salem Hills on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Stats and box scores


Clearfield 28, Layton 17

The Falcons rallied for 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to take the lead and secure the victory over Layton. Kai Wirth rushed for two scores for Clearfield in the win at home.


Corner Canyon 53, American Fork 32

Corner Canyon capped off its fourth straight undefeated regular season with a defeat over the Cavemen. Both superstar quarterbacks went off as Jaxson Dart tossed six touchdowns and Maddux Madsen threw for three and ran for one. Noah Kjar hauled in three of Dart’s scores.

Watch replay: Corner Canyon 53, American Fork 32

Lone Peak 22, Pleasant Grove 7

After a defensive battle in the first half, the Knights found themselves down by four before exploding for 17 points in the third quarter. Luke Durfey had two scores on the ground to push Lone Peak to victory. Kicker Benjamin Miller scored eight points in the win.

Watch replay: Lone Peak 22, Pleasant Grove 7

Skyridge 71, Westlake 13

McCae Hillstead rushed for three touchdowns and passed for three more — connecting with Mitch Adamson twice — as Skyridge cruised to the decisive victory over Westlake.

Watch replay: Skyridge 71, Westlake 13


Bountiful 38, Viewmont 7

The Braves’ defense allowed just one scoring play while the offense was led by two rushing touchdowns from Corbin Cottle in the victory over Viewmont.

Watch replay: Bountiful 38, Viewmont 7


Orem 31, Lehi 28

Micah Fe’A rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another as the Tigers defeated the Pioneers. | Full story


Wasatch 22, Springville 19

After a scoreless first half, the Wasps rallied for three unanswered touchdowns to secure a come-from-behind victory over Springville. Parker North accounted for two rushing scores while Adarius Edwards connected with Jarin Kalama for another in the win.

Watch replay: Wasatch 22, Springville 19

Maple Mountain 35, Salem Hills 28 (2OT)

Tyler Nelson found the end zone in the top half of the second overtime to give Maple Mountain the lead and eventually the win after it blew a 21-point lead with six minutes to play in regulation.| Full story

Watch replay: Maple Mountain 35, Salem Hills 28 (2OT)


Desert Hills 14, Crimson Cliffs 10

Noah Fuailetolo rushed for a score and connected with Awsten Turnbow for another as the Thunder edged out Crimson Cliffs.

Pine View 42, Hurricane 0

Brayden Bunnell tossed three touchdown passes to Dominque Mckenzie as the Panthers cruised to the shutout victory over Hurricane.

Snow Canyon 35, Cedar City 7

Landon Frei led the Warrior offense with one passing touchdown and four rushing scores in the big win over Cedar City.

Watch replay: Snow Canyon 35, Cedar City 7

Dixie 48, Canyon View 7

Bronson Barben led the Dixie offense with four passing touchdowns, two of which went to Carson Greer, in the convincing win over Canyon View.

Watch replay: Dixie 48, Canyon View 7


Ogden 32, Ben Lomond 24

Logan Shobe scored three touchdowns, including a 90-yard kick return, to help lead Ogden to the win.

Watch replay: Ogden 32, Ben Lomond 24

Park City 24, Cedar Valley 21

After letting a fourth quarter double-digit lead slip away, the Miners rallied together and scored the game-winning touchdown with 36 seconds left as Carson Tabarraci found pay dirt from 18 yards out.


South Sevier 33, Carbon 6

Bodie Payne rushed for two touchdowns and Parker Brian and Jaxin Torgerson each ran for one to lead South Sevier to the win over Carbon.

Watch replay: South Sevier 33, Carbon 6


Summit Academy 42, South Summit 7

Summit Academy dominated South Summit on the road. Joe Garlick threw touchdown passes for the Bears to lead the way.

Watch replay: Summit Academy 42, South Summit 7

Morgan 35, Grantsville 0

Ryder Lish tossed two touchdown passes and rushed for another while Jimmy Savage added a 60-yard punt return for a touchdown as the Trojans shut out Grantsville.

Watch replay: Morgan 35, Grantsville 0


North Sanpete 41, Union 14

Tyler Allan threw for five touchdowns as North Sanpete took the big victory over Union.

Watch replay: North Sanpete 41, Union 14

Juab 54, American Leadership 28

The Wasps offense took flight for 37 first-half points as five different players found the end zone. Bodee Blackett scored a second touchdown in the second half.

Watch replay: Juab 54, American Leadership 28


Provo 42, Northridge 16

Kyson Condie and Jace Welsch rushed for two touchdowns each to lead Provo to the big victory over Northridge.

Watch replay: Provo 42, Northridge 16

Mountain Crest 41, Hillcrest 7

Preston Lofthouse accounted for two passing touchdowns and one rushing as the Mustangs cruised to the victory over Hillcrest.

Cottonwood 35, Judge Memorial 7

Joseph Madrigal rushed for three touchdowns and Brock Simpson accounted for two more scores as the Colts cruised to victory at home.

Watch replay: Cottonwood 35, Judge Memorial 7

Kanab 6, North Summit 3

In a game that was scoreless until the fourth quarter, a rushing touchdown by Michael Warino after North Summit had scored a field goal was all it took for the Cowboys to secure the narrow victory.

Watch replay: Kanab 6, North Summit 3

Mountain Ridge 49, Spanish Fork 42

Mountain Ridge won a thrilling shootout, coming back in the fourth quarter to take down Spanish Fork. Ayden Helm’s touchdown to Talon Jensen with just 31 seconds left was the difference-maker in a fourth quarter that saw 28 points scored in less than six minutes.

Fremont 16, Farmington 10

Cannon Kofford and Kyler Kotter each rushed for a score to help lift the Silver Wolves over Farmington.

Woods Cross 20, Mountain View 10

Wood Cross jumped out to a 14-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back as its defense played well. DaShaud Seymour and Griffin Hess were responsible for the early scores, while Austin Bradley’s two second-half field goals put things away.

Stansbury 49, Timpview 31

Stansbury’s offense scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters as it took down the Thunderbirds. Timpview jumped out to a quick 10-point lead, and then it was all Stallions after that. Stansbury’s Kru Huxford finished with four scores through the air and one on the ground.