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Scores, stats, videos and pictures: High school football roundup for Friday, Sept. 25

Bingham’s Semisi Vi runs through a huge hole in the East defense during game at East High School in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.
Bingham’s Semisi Vi runs through a huge hole in the East defense during game at East High School in Salt Lake City on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020.
Steve Griffin, Deseret News

Here’s a complete roundup of Friday’s Week 7 high school football action from around the state.

Stats and box scores


Weber 20, Fremont 17

Johnny McKinney’s second touchdown of the game was a run from eight yards out that gave the Warriors the lead for good. Cannon Kofford had two touchdown tosses in the loss for the Silver Wolves, including a short pass to Jake Stephens to take the lead at the start of the fourth quarter.

Davis 42, Syracuse 6

Spencer Ferguson rushed for 156 yards and one touchdown, while quarterback Chance Trujillo had a very productive day completing 9 of 12 passes for 324 yards and three touchdowns as the Darts rolled past Syracuse. David Spjut was the recipient of two of those TD passes and he finished with 252 receiving yards on six catches.

Roy 50, Northridge 31

Cade Harris, Izzy Gordon and Parker Kingston each scored two rushing touchdowns as Roy rolled.


Cyprus 10, Granger 0

Jhdhan Lester rushed for a score as the Pirates secured the shutout over Granger.

Kearns 35, Hunter 21

Kearns continued its undefeated start with a win over West Jordan. Iosefa Toia’ivao had two rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns, both to Keishaun Dudley.

West 58, Taylorsville 21

Carson Lopati’s four touchdown passes pushed the Panthers past Taylorsville. Sesi Vailahi and Clarence Bird Butler each hauled into two of those scores as West utilized a 34-7 second half to pick up the road win. Humani Wolfgramm threw for all three of the Warriors’ scores, each to a different wide reciever.


Bingham 29, East 28 (OT)

Bingham gambled with a two-point conversion attempt in overtime, and it paid off as Josh Woolf hauled in the winning pass from Troy Mehn after a Cael Wightman touchdown made it a 28-27 score. | Full story

Watch replay: Bingham 29, East 28 (OT)

Herriman 41, Jordan 0

Herriman impressed, shutting out Jordan. Jack White had two touchdown passes, one each to Caden Syddall and Malakai Hoeft.


American Fork 52, Westlake 13

Maddux Madsen threw two touchdown passes and rushed for another as American Fork rolled over the Thunder.

Corner Canyon 35, Lone Peak 25

Jaxson Dart passed for three touchdowns — all three to Cody Hagen — and rushed for another in the Corner Canyon victory. | Full story

Skyridge 35, Pleasant Grove 7

Skyridge scored 20 points in the first quarter en route to the win. Smith Snowden had a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown and McCae Hllstead threw two touchdown passes, both to James Palmer.

Watch replay: Skyridge 35, Pleasant Grove 7


Bonneville 24, Woods Cross 17

Kord Shaw rushed for a pair of first half touchdowns and then Kamen Best connected with Reiss Graybeal on a 55-yard TD pass in the third quarter as Bonneville remained undefeated in Region 5 play. Woods Cross got three field goals from Austin Bradley.

Watch replay: Bonneville 24, Woods Cross 17

Box Elder 17, Bountiful 7

Box Elder gave up a touchdown four minutes into the game, but the defense shut things down the rest of the way as the Bees pulled away from Bountiful for the Region 5 win. Parker Buchanan passed for and rushed for a touchdown to lead Box Elder.

Watch replay: Box Elder 17, Bountiful 7


Murray 44, Hillcrest 21

Conner Harris caught two touchdown passes from Kyler Nielsen and also ran in a 75-yard kick return to help lift the Spartans over Hillcrest.


Timpview 28, Lehi 14

Timpview controlled this game throughout and staved off a late push from Lehi to get the win. Micah Beckstead was the top scorer with two rushing touchdowns. | Full story


Springville 16, Salem Hills 13

Seth Rigrup and William Penrod both rushed for touchdowns as Springville handed Salem Hills its first loss of the season in a Region 8 defensive grudge match.

Wasatch 30, Provo 20

Wasatch scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to emerge with the win over Provo. Ashton Southam kicked a field goal to tie the game, then Spencer Risto scored a 5-yard rushing touchdown to secure the win.

Watch replay: Wasatch 30, Provo 20

Maple Mountain 44, Spanish Fork 37

Maple Mountain won a shootout in which the two teams combined to score 81 points. The Golden Eagles trailed by seven halfway through the fourth quarter, but back-to-back touchdown runs by Tyler Nelson and Thomas Weight turned that deficit in to an advantage and ultimately victory. Seth Krommenhoek played a huge role with his foot, scoring 12 points. Nelson finished with 298 passing yards on the night.

Watch replay: Maple Mountain 44, Spanish Fork 37


Desert Hills 34, Hurricane 20

Noah Fuailetolo rushed for two scores and threw to Awsten Turnbow for another as the Thunder defeated Hurricane in region play.

Cedar City 64, Canyon View 16

Cedar City’s offense looked unstoppable on nearly every drive in its win over Canyon View. Quarterback Jaron Garrett connected with receiver Jack Cook for three touchdowns in the second quarter alone.

Watch replay: Cedar City 64, Canyon View 16

Snow Canyon 35, Dixie 33

Snow Canyon held off a Dixie fourth-quarter rally and ultimately sealed the win by stopping a two-point conversion try with 4:48 left to remain undefeated. The Warriors jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter, but Dixie rallied to take a 21-20 halftime lead. Landon Frei pushed Snow Canyon back in front 35-21 heading into the fourth quarter, though, with a pair of touchdown passes. Bretton Stone was a workhorse back, rushing for 237 yards and a touchdown.

Watch replay: Snow Canyon 35, Dixie 33

Pine View 21, Crimson Cliffs 7

Pine View played outstanding defense all game in pulling away from Crimson Cliffs for the region win. Doug Leung Choi rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown for the Panthers, while Brayden Bunnell ran for and threw for a TD.

Watch replay: Pine View 21, Crimson Cliffs 7


Park City 60, Mountain View 30

This matchup certainly didn’t lack in offense, but Park City ultimately pulled away. | Full story

Stansbury 70, Ben Lomond 7

The Stallions jumped out to a huge lead and never looked back en route to the Region 10 victory over Ben Lomond. Kru Huxford rushed for three touchdowns in a row and also passed for two more to help lead his team to the win.

Cedar Valley 23, Tooele 21

Elijah Holman booted three field goals, including an important 29-yarder in the fourth quarter, as Cedar Valley held off Tooele for the region win after leading 20-0 at halftime. Justic Tadifa passed for a pair of scores to spark the Tooele comeback effort.

Ogden 28, Uintah 21

Ogden’s two first-half touchdowns, one a pick-6 from Ammon Bergeson and another an 11-yard run from Logan Shobe, pushed the Tigers over Uintah. After a scoreless second half, Ogden closed the game with a double pass, as Ammon Bergeson hit Enrique Gomez, who tossed a 25-yard pass to Jaice Holt to put his team up two scores.


Sky View 29, Mountain Crest 0

Quarterback Kasen Carlsen threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as Sky View shut out Mountain Crest at home.

Green Canyon 27, Bear River 26

A back-and-forth game throughout, it came down to the last possession to determine the winner. Green Canyon executed a beautiful three-minute drive and scored with eight seconds left to give it the narrow one point margin and the victory. Quarterback Jake Lundin led the way for Green Canyon with four touchdown passes.

Watch replay: Green Canyon 27, Bear River 26

Ridgeline 52, Logan 22

Kaden Cox passed for three touchdowns, finding Strat Simmons for two and Jaden Harris for another. Harris rushed for another three scores in the Ridgeline victory.


Emery 56, Carbon 0

Emery scored early and often to cruise to the shutout victory over Carbon. Ryker Jensen passed for four touchdowns, finding Jeremy Brannon three times, and rushed for another in the Spartan win.

Watch replay: Emery 56, Carbon 0

Richfield 31, South Sevier 20

Gavin Brown threw two touchdowns and rushed for another as Richfield defeated South Sevier.

Watch replay: Richfield 31, South Sevier 20

San Juan 56, Grand 20

Ladd Ivins had four scores, a 1-yard run and three long receptions as San Juan dominated Grand and picked up a road win in Region 12. Jace Palmer was the quarterback for the three touchdown tosses. Grand’s Rylan Jones threw for two and ran for one in the loss.

Watch replay: San Juan 56, Grand 20


South Summit 22, Grantsville 16

Bobby Freeman had a 55-yard interception return for South Summit as the Wildcats beat Grantsville in a game that saw 29 of the 38 points be scored in the fourth quarter.

Watch replay: South Summit 22, Grantsville 16

Summit Academy 31, Juan Diego 28

Summit Academy completed the crazy come-from-behind victory with a 32-yard field goal from Kyson Andolsek. Down 18 after a Dallas Larson touchdown with seven minutes left, the Golden Bears offense stayed calm and scored a touchdown in under 90 seconds, a 9-yard pass from Joe Garlick to Hagan Walker. Just 33 seconds later, they were back in the end zone as Garlick hit Titan Kilgore for a score and then Jaxon Case for the 2-point conversion to tie the game before Andolsek’s winning kick a few minutes later.

Watch replay: Summit Academy 31, Juan Diego 28


Juab 42, North Sanpete 21

North Sanpete couldn’t contain the Juab running game as all of Juab’s touchdowns came on the ground, led by Slade Blackburn and Trey Lund, who each recorded two rushing touchdowns.

Watch replay: Juab 42, North Sanpete 21

Delta 15, American Leadership 12

Oran Finlinson rushed for a 66-yard touchdown and Austin Topham ran for another as the Rabbits clinched the narrow victory over ALA in the Region 14 matchup.

Watch replay: Delta 15, American Leadership 12

Manti 31, Union 22

Adam Demille rushed for two touchdowns as Manti defeated Union.

Watch replay: Manti 31, Union 22


North Summit 38, Rich 0

North Summit scored 21 points in the first quarter and never looked back. Jackson Prescott, Kandon Mosher and Matagi Faavale all scored rushing touchdowns and Beau Woolstenhulme found Hunter Rex for another.

Watch replay: North Summit 38, Rich 0

Duchesne 35, Gunnison Valley 17

Duchesne remained unbeaten after rallying from a surprising 15-point deficit in the second quarter, eventually pulling away in the second half. Cameron Brady threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more to key the Eagles’ comeback.


North Sevier 21, Millard 14

Kanin Boswell connected with Deagan Brazell on a 30-yard game winning pass with 2:26 remaining as North Sevier beat Millard for the first time since 2000.

Watch replay: North Sevier 21, Millard 14

Beaver 52, Enterprise 3

Beaver steamrolled Enterprise, scoring 35 points in the first half. Crayton Hollingshead had two rushing touchdowns and Treyson Hunter threw three touchdown passes.

Watch replay: Beaver 52, Enterprise 3

Kanab 26, Milford 15

Derek Houston threw three touchdowns, including two to Kason Janes, in Kanab’s win.


Clearfield 17, Farmington 14

Josh Loufiso’s 25-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winner for Clearfield as it edged Farmington in a nonregion contest that was the result of COVID-19 causing cancellations of their scheduled region games. Branson Simper connected with Nixon Dayley on a 78-yard TD pass early in the third quarter that put the Falcons up 14-7.

Judge Memorial 21, Monticello 13

Judge Memorial scored early and never looked back, ultimately beating the road Buckaroos.

Mountain Ridge 44, Payson 0

Ayden Helm found Kenyon Colemere in the end zone twice and Luke Johnson once as the Sentinels cruised to the shutout victory over Payson.

Watch replay: Mountain Ridge 44, Payson 0

Alta 56, Timpanogos 13

Alta dominated its way to a 35-0 halftime lead and eventually the 43-point victory behind Samuel Black’s three touchdown runs and Ethan Jackson’s two touchdown passes, both of which were to Issak Hanson.

Watch replay: Alta 56, Timpanogos 13

Riverton 24, Olympus 21

Wyatt Miller’s 21-yard field goal with just under 100 seconds left gave Riverton the win. The Silverwolves crawled out of an early 7-0 hole thanks to three first-half touchdown passes from Jaxon Howard, but the Titans battled back, tying the game up in the third quarter on a pick-6 from Jackson Bennee that was returned 75 yards.

Watch replay: Riverton 24, Olympus 21

Parowan 35, Providence Hall 12

After a close first half, Parowan came out of the locker room and outscored Providence Hall 28-6 in the second half to cruise to the victory. The Rams’ special teams unit came up big with a punt return touchdown and a blocked kick returned for a touchdown.