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Scores, stats, videos and pictures: High school football roundup for Friday, Oct. 9

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East and Riverton play a high school football game in Riverton on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. East won 36-20.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Stats and box scores


Syracuse 20, Clearfield 14

After trailing by eight with less than nine minutes to play, Syracuse scored two unanswered touchdowns to grab the win. Trevor Drake found Collin Sierra for an 11-yard strike on the game-winning touchdown play with 33 seconds left.

Fremont 30, Davis 26

Fremont scored 14 points in the final quarter to beat Davis. Cannon Kofford and Kyler Kotter thew touchdown passes and Hayden Hall had a rushing touchdown.

Watch replay: Fremont 30, Davis 26

Layton 7, Northridge 0

Sione Vailahi’s 50-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter proved to be the difference-maker in a crazy defensive battle.



Hunter 41, Cyprus 7

Hunter controlled all three phases of this game. Quarterback Josh Harding rushed for a touchdown and threw for three more, two of which went to Xandre Hill.

West 26, Kearns 17

West delivered Kearns’ first loss of the season. Carson Lopati threw two touchdown passes, one to Clarence Bird Butler and one to Sesi Vailahi, and Butler also had a rushing touchdown. | Full story



Bingham 49, Jordan 0

Six different players scored for the Miners in their big win. Maddax Peck provided the highlight of the game with a 75-yard punt return touchdown early in the first quarter.

East 36, Riverton 20

Powered by a balanced rushing attack, East took down Riverton. Five different Leopards scored touchdowns, Iuliano Sula, Voi Tunuufi, Sione Vailahi, Mapa Vaenuku and Sau Tafisi. | Full story

Watch replay: East 36, Riverton 20

Herriman 35, Copper Hills 7

Herriman controlled the game from start to finish in the win over Copper Hills. The Mustangs scored a touchdown in every quarter, including two in the fourth. Jack White rushed for two scores to lead the way, while Ephraim Asiata and Caden Syddall each ran for additional touchdowns.



Lone Peak 48, American Fork 45

After trailing by 10 late in the third quarter, Lone Peak scored 20 unanswered points to take the lead and eventually got the win. Lone Peak’s Weston Covey was explosive all night, scoring four touchdowns, including at 25-yard catch that capped off the 20-0 run.

Corner Canyon 29, Skyridge 26

In the duel between elite quarterbacks Jaxson Dart and McCae Hillstead, Dart came out on top after throwing the go-ahead touchdown with less than a minute left. He finished with four touchdown passes and Hillstead recorded three and a rushing score. | Full story

Pleasant Grove 26, Westlake 18

Pleasant Grove won the middle two quarters en route to the eventual victory. Rex Connors hit Porter Connors for a touchdown in the fourth frame to all but seal the win.



Bonneville 42, Box Elder 14

Powered by quarterback Kamen Best, Bonneville took down Box Elder in a Region 5 battle. Best threw four touchdown passes and also rushed for a score on the night. | Full story

Bountiful 16, Farmington 0

Bountiful’s defense held Farmington scoreless and recorded a safety, while Jaden Tidwell connected with Brooks Fornelius and Corbin DuBois had a touchdown run in the win.

Watch replay: Bountiful 16, Farmington 0

Woods Cross 38, Viewmont 0

Griffen Hess got the Wildcats going early with two first-quarter touchdown runs. Canton Naegle put the finishing touches on the game with two passing touchdowns that capped off the scoring.

Watch replay: Woods Cross 38, Viewmont 0


Brighton 63, Hillcrest 0

Gabe Curtis threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more to lead Birghton to the victory over Hillcrest.



Spanish Fork 58, Payson 0

Spanish Fork jumped out to a 44-0 halftime lead and cruised to the win. Morley Bennett had touchdown catch and fumble recovery returned for a touchdown in the victory.

Maple Mountain 42, Provo 17

The Maple Mountain offense was firing on all cylinders, especially in the first half. Quarterback Tyler Nelson led the way with four total touchdowns, two passing and two rushing.

Salem Hills 21, Wasatch 0

The Salem Hills defense made it hard for Wasatch to find any room to move the ball. The offense, led by quarterback Jarret Elmer, slowly wore down the Wasp defense and supplemented the Salem Hills defensive performance to put the game out of reach. | Full story



Desert Hills 45, Canyon View 20

Desert Hills rallied from an early 14-0 deficit to pick up a big win on the road. The Thunder exploded for 24 fourth-quarter points to run away with it. Noah Fuailetolo threw for three scores and the Desert Hills defense had two touchdowns to put the game away.

Watch replay: Desert Hills 45, Canyon View 20

Cedar City 49, Hurricane 0

The Cedar defense put together an outstanding collective performance. Not only did it hold Hurricane scoreless, but it also scored two defensive touchdowns.

Watch replay: Cedar City 49, Hurricane 0

Pine View 32, Dixie 21

After a 14-0 start by Dixie, Pine View scored the next five touchdowns. Brayden Bunnell led the way with four passing touchdowns, two apiece to Christian Bailey and Dominque McKenzie.

Watch replay: Pine View 32, Dixie 21

Snow Canyon 44, Crimson Cliffs 24

Snow Canyon bounced back from a one-point loss last week in a big way, taking down Crimson Cliffs. Warriors quarterback Landon Frei accounted for three touchdowns, two through the air the other on the ground. Tyden Morris and Brenton Childs both rushed for Snow Canyon touchdowns, while Childs also recorded a pick-six.

Watch replay: Snow Canyon 44, Crimson Cliffs 24



Ben Lomond 30, Uintah 14

Ryan Alverez scored four touchdowns in pacing Ben Lomond past Uintah for the region win. Alverez scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns, caught one and also returned an interception for TD as the Scots raced to a 24-0 halftime lead.

Park City 46, Tooele 27

The Miners were led by Seth Warner, who had touchdown runs from 1 yard, 20 yards and 88 yards out. Four different Buffaloes found the end zone in the loss.

Stansbury 62, Ogden 10

Kru Huxford rushed for three touchdowns while Nate Bushnell ran for two more to lead Stansbury to the big win over Ogden.



Sky View 35, Bear River 20

Walter Collins had two rushing touchdowns to lead Sky View past Bear River as it put the finishing touches on an undefeated regular season.

Watch replay: Sky View 35, Bear River 20

Green Canyon 30, Logan 17

Green Canyon built a 14-point halftime lead and ultimately got the win. Kicker Tyler Gerber was automatic, hitting three field goals, two of which came in the fourth quarter to help the Wolves pull away.

Ridgeline 56, Mountain Crest 6

Quarterback Kaden Cox was the top performer with five total touchdowns, all of which came in the first half, as Ridgeline dominated.



Richfield 31, Emery 23

Richfield dominated the middle quarters, outscoring the Spartans 24-0 in the second and third frames. Gavin Brown rushed for two touchdowns and threw for another while Jake Hyatt and Kordell Morgan each scored once. Jeremy Brannon and Jace Mangum scored in the fourth quarter for Emery, but it was too little, too late. With the victory, the Wildcats clinched their first region title since they shared one back in 1988.

Watch replay: Richfield 31, Emery 23

San Juan 65, Carbon 7

San Juan provided a plethora of highlight reel-worthy plays in this game. Jace Palmer scored four total touchdowns and Collin Baker recorded two pick-sixes as San Juan improved to 6-3 on the year.

South Sevier 28, Grand 25

Grand tried to rally late, cutting a 15-point deficit to just three, but some missed extra points and stalled drives held it back as the Rams picked up the win. South Sevier was led by Jaxin Torgerson’s two touchdowns, while Noah Ramsey and Parker Brian also found the end zone.



Morgan 55, South Summit 13

Morgan’s Ryder Lish ran all over the South Summit defense, racking up four touchdowns on the ground in leading the Trojans to a victory.

Juan Diego 41, Grantsville 24

Granstville tried to make a fourth-quarter run, but it was too little, too late. Juan Diego’s Dallas Larson and Dominic Lewis were quite the tandem on the ground. Larson finished with three rushing scores and Lewis scored two.

Watch replay: Juan Diego 41, Grantsville 24


Manti 32, North Sanpete 29 (OT)

Seth Cornelsen’s 32-yard field goal gave the Templars the overtime win after they had been outscored 15-0 in the fourth quarter thanks to back-to-back touchdowns from Tyler Allan to Cole Mickel (including a two-point conversion), which tied the game up late in regulation.

Watch replay: Manti 32, North Sanpete 29 (OT)

Juab 37, Delta 6

Juab controlled the game throughout and nearly shut out the Delta offense. Shan Jackson tossed three touchdown passes and Trey Lund scored two more.

Watch replay: Juab 37, Delta 6

Union 14, American Leadership 3

Boone Latham exploded for an 80-yard rushing score that virtually iced the game late in the fourth quarter. Joey Sampson scored the other touchdown on a 30-yard scamper in the second quarter.



Monticello 21, Layton Christian 20

The Eagles missed a two-point conversion on their final score of the game and the Buckaroos came away with the win.



Beaver 57, Millard 7

Beaver led 43-0 at halftime and cruised to the win. Six Beavers scored touchdowns on the night. Jed DeGraffenreid scored the lone touchdown for Millard late in the fourth quarter.

Watch replay: Beaver 57, Millard 7

Enterprise 24, Kanab 14

Tyler Hiatt and Bryant Jimenez scored on offense for Enterprise and Braxton Messersmith had a 46-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in the win. The Wolves defense also registered a safety in the victory.

Watch replay: Enterprise 24, Kanab 14

Parowan 14, Milford 7

Easton Jense scored twice on the ground, and that proved to be enough in Parowan’s win over Milford.

Watch replay: Parowan 14, Milford 7


North Sevier 33, Gunnison Valley 17

Kahn Boswell led the way for North Sevier with three rushing scores in the win over Gunnison Valley.

Watch replay: North Sevier 33, Gunnison Valley 17

Summit Academy 61, Judge Memorial 0

Seven different players scored touchdowns for Summit Academy and the defense held the Judge offense scoreless in the big win.

Taylorsville 42, Timpanogos 21

Taylorsville took down Timpanogos, powered by a game-breaking third quarter. The Warriors led by only a touchdown at halftime but outscored the Timberwolves 21-0 in the third and 28-14 overall in the second half. Taylorsville quarterback Humani Wolfgramm threw three touchdown passes, while Manu Faleola, Braxton Bates and Danny Villa rushed for touchdowns.

Olympus 30, West Jordan 7

Trailing after the first quarter, Olympus bounced back in a big way, scoring 30 unanswered points. Peyton Rice hauled in two of Tommy Hoggan’s three touchdown passes.

Cottonwood 36, Providence Hall 29

The Colts edged the Patriots in a contest between independents.

Watch replay: Cottonwood 36, Providence Hall 29