Scores, stats, videos and pictures: High school football roundup for Friday, Aug. 28

Share All sharing options for: Scores, stats, videos and pictures: High school football roundup for Friday, Aug. 28 Skyridge and Orem play in a high school football game in Lehi on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020. Scott G Winterton, Deseret News Here’s a complete roundup of Friday’s Week 3 high school football action from around the state. Stats and box scores REGION 1 WEBER 45, CLEARFIELD 6: Jake Lindsay ran for a 70-yard touchdown within the first 30 seconds of the game to set the tone for the Warriors in the big shutout victory over Clearfield. Lindsay finished with another rush and tossed in two TD passes to help lead his team to the win. ROY 34, FREMONT 27: After a back-and-forth first half, the Royals were able to rally for two consecutive touchdowns and gain enough of a lead to secure the victory over Fremont. Parker Kingston found Cade Harris for a touchdown and also rushed for two more of his own in the win. Izzy Gordon finished the game with two rushing touchdowns as well. DAVIS 44, NORTHRIDGE 0: Davis raced out to a 44-0 start and never looked back, shutting out Northridge. Spencer Ferguson had three touchdowns in the win. SYRACUSE 24, LAYTON 14: Syracuse did most of its damage in the second quarter, scoring 21 points. Trevor Drake threw two touchdown passes and Daxton Faddis had a 52-yard interception return. NONREGION BEAR LAKE, IDAHO 49, RICH 0: The Rebels were shut out at home by Bear Lake, Idaho. LOGAN 31, CYPRUS 28: Kody Kirk tossed in three touchdown passes, including two to Jaylen Sargent , and rushed for another as the Grizzlies were able to pull out a narrow 3-point win on the road. HIGHLAND 31, GRANGER 14: The Rams had a 21-0 first quarter to take the lead and continue on to secure the victory over Granger. Maea Giles had a 37-yard punt return for Highland in the win. WESTLAKE 25, HUNTER 14: Brayden Ross found three different teammates in the end zone to help lead the Thunder in the home victory over Hunter. AMERICAN FORK 43, WEST 19: Another stellar performance from quarterback Maddux Madsen and American Fork as they clinch another dominant victory. Receiver Fisher Ingersoll made many highlight worthy plays, including an 82 yard touchdown catch. KEARNS 14, OLYMPUS 7: Iosefa Toia’ivao ran for a touchdown and found Joe Alusa for the other as Kearns defeated Olympus in a low-scoring battle. CORNER CANYON 42, BINGHAM 20: Jaxson Dart passed for 279 yards and six touchdowns as Corner Canyon pulled away from Bingham with a dominant second half in a game broadcast nationally on ESPN. Talmage Handley and Noah Kjar each caught two of those TDs for the top-ranked Chargers. LONE PEAK 32, EAST 8: With a two-possession lead, the Knights capitalized on a big 4th quarter to secure the victory over East. Luke Romney passed in two touchdowns and Kaden Franck recorded a 59-yard punt return to lead Lone Peak in the win. PLEASANT GROVE 42, JORDAN 0: The Pleasant Grove offense did all its scoring in the first half while the defense held Jordan scoreless in a shutout victory at home. Sam Leavitt finished the game with four passing touchdowns and Rex Connors rushed for the remaining two TDs, including a 70-yard interception return. HERRIMAN 17, WEST JORDAN 14: Down 14-10 at halftime, Herriman scored a touchdown to get the win against West Jordan. With 6:44 left in the fourth quarter, Cody Lazenby found Michael Falatea from 20 yards out for the winning touchdown. BONNEVILLE 37, BEAR RIVER 13: Quarterback Kamen Best threw five touchdown passes to lead Bonneville to the victory over Bear River. Best connected with four different receivers for scores, including Mason Koopmans twice, Jordan Citte , Kord Shaw and Jordan Jacquez once each. The Lakers outscored the Bears 27-0 in the first half. BOUNTIFUL 28, SPRINGVILLE 10: Brooks Fornelius caught a touchdown pass from Boston Malmrose and also ran in a 53-yard interception return to help lead the Braves to the home victory over Springville. NORTH SANPETE 58, SOUTH SEVIER 0: North Sanpete jumped on South Sevier early, scoring 48 points in the first half. Trevin Morley led the Hawks’ rushing attack with four touchdowns. MILLARD 32, DELTA 14: Despite jumping out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, the Rabbits were unable to score again and the Eagles swooped in to pick up the victory over Delta. James Stephenson passed in two touchdowns for Millard in the win and Luke DeGraffenried rushed for another two. BEAVER 55, SOUTH SUMMIT 10: The Beaver defense allowed just two scoring plays from the Wildcats as Beaver picked up the win on the road. Treyson Hunter passed in three touchdowns while EJ Allred and Turner Williams rushed for two TDs apiece in the victory. BEN LOMOND 29, EVANSTON, WYO. 14: Ben Lomond blanked Evanston, Wyo., in the first half and then pulled away in the second half for the strong road victory. SPANISH FORK 28, DESERT HILLS 26: Spanish Fork prevailed in a back and forth game. Down by six entering the fourth quarter, the Dons scored twice in a row, on a pass from Zac Dart to Morley Bennett and a rushing touchdown by Dart. SKYRIDGE 35, OREM 14: Skyridge’s sophomore quarterback McCae Hillstead looked beyond his years in this one, scoring four total touchdowns (one rushing and three passing) and throwing for over 300 yards. Almost more impressive though was the defense of Skyridge which kept a talented Orem offense in check throughout the majority of the game. UNION 58, GRAND 27: Union had a big first half, jumping out to a 42-13 lead before securing the victory on the road. Boone Latham ran for three touchdowns and tossed in two more — finding Jory Jenkins both times — in the Cougar win. NORTH SUMMIT 17, NORTH SEVIER 6: After a slow offensive start from both teams, North Summit scored 15 points in the second half to defeat North Sevier. The game-clinching touchdown came on an interception from Matagi Faavale . SKYLINE 35, JUAN DIEGO 14: Braxton Bolingbroke threw for two touchdowns and rushed for another as Skyline built a 35-0 halftime lead on Juan Diego en route to the easy victory. GRANTSVILLE 28, MANTI 7: Dillen Richardson (on a pass from Caleb Sullivan ), Blake Thomas and Kaden Kelley all scored for Grantsville in the win over Manti. PINE VIEW 41, PARK CITY 40: After a 95-yard kick return by Kirby Baynes late in the fourth quarter, the Miners fell to the Panthers by just one point on a missed PAT. Brayden Bunnell was golden for Pine View in the win, passing for four touchdowns. EMERY 20, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 13: Jace Curtis ran for two touchdowns for Emery in the win. RICHFIELD 20, PAYSON 7: After a scoreless first half between the two teams, Richfield outscored Payson 20-7 in the second half, including a 13-0 fourth quarter. Gavin Brown threw three touchdown passes, including two to Jake Hyatt . BRIGHTON 35, WOODS CROSS 14: Gabe Curtis and Cole Lavin were great for Brighton, rushing for three and two touchdowns, respectively. DUCHESNE 53, CARBON 7: Duchesne did most of its scoring in the 2nd and 4th quarters to take a huge lead and secure a comfortable victory on the road. Brock Adams finished the game with two rushing touchdowns for the Eagles in the win. STANSBURY 42, GREEN CANYON 34: Down by a possession at the half, the Stallions rallied for a 28-13 second half to take the lead and secure the home victory over Green Canyon. Kru Huxford tossed in three touchdown passes — finding Cayden Clark twice — and rushed for another on the win. CEDAR VALLEY 41, MURRAY 14: After Murray scored the first touchdown of the game, Cedar Valley responded with the next six touchdowns. Payton Weber threw two touchdowns and rushed for another. PROVIDENCE HALL 27, UINTAH 7: It wasn’t flashy, but Providence Hall got the job done and was in the driver’s seat for most of the game. The defense for Providence Hall played exceptionally and nearly held Uintah scoreless. Jacob Walsh had the highlight of the game with a 40-yard touchdown scamper early in the second quarter. RIDGELINE 45, FARMINGTON 7: The Riverhawks jumped out to a 28-0 lead at the half and never looked back en route to the home win over Farmington. Kaden Cox ran for three touchdowns and connected with Strat Simmons for another in the victory. HILLCREST 13, JUDGE MEMORIAL 0: The Huskies needed just two scoring plays and a strong defense to pick up the road win over Judge Memorial. Talon Yates rushed for both Hillcrest touchdowns in the win. LEHI 28, RIVERTON 18: Creyton Cooper threw three touchdown passes, to Grady Gonzalez , Jaxon Christensen and Peyton Dieters , as Lehi defeated Riverton. MAPLE MOUNTAIN 49, TIMPANOGOS 0: The Golden Eagles scored consistently in each quarter to pick up the shut out over Timpanogos. Quarterback Tyler Nelson passed for two touchdowns and ran in two more to lead Maple Mountain to the win. COPPER HILLS 48, COTTONWOOD 7: Copper Hills’ combination of a stellar ground game and forceful defense allowed them to control the game from start to finish. The defensive unit scored twice with a fumble recovery and an interception return. OGDEN 30, MILFORD 6: After a slow start, Ogden went on a 24-0 rally to take the lead and pick up the win over Milford. Logan Shobe rushed for two touchdowns and Ozzy Norton ran for a 90-yard interception return in the victory. WASATCH 42, VIEWMONT 10: The Vikings had no answer for Adarius Edwards (three passing touchdowns) and the Wasatch offense. Jake Gillman provided some scoring on the defensive side, recording a 39 yard pick-six in the third quarter. ALTA 51, TOOELE 12: Ethan Jackson was golden for the Hawks, passing for five touchdowns and rushing for another as Alta secured the home win over Tooele. MOUNTAIN RIDGE 45, HURRICANE 6: Ayden Helm was phenomenal for Mountain Ridge in a blowout win. Helm threw five touchdowns, including two to Luke Johnson , and rushed for another. CEDAR CITY 51, TAYLORSVILLE 19: Cedar City jumped out to a 27-0 lead after the first half and continued on for the win over Taylorsville. Jaron Garrett passed for four touchdowns — finding Jack Cook twice — and rushed for another in the Reds victory. MOUNTAIN VIEW 21, DIXIE 20: In a tense back-and-forth battle, the Bruins edged out the Flyers to secure a one-point victory at home. SALEM HILLS 28, JUAB 7: After a scoreless first quarter, Salem Hills went on a 21-0 rally to take the lead and secure the victory over Juab. Quarterback Elmer Jarret rushed for an 87-yard TD and also found Reed Johnson for three receptions in the win. SNOW CANYON 24, MORGAN 13: Landon Frei completed 13 of 18 passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns, two of them to Jake Hill who finished with two catches for 66 yards as the Warriors went on the road to beat Morgan. SAN JUAN 60, MONTICELLO 0: San Juan jumped out to a 35-0 lead after the first quarter, and never looked back en route to the shut out over Monticello. Jace Palmer tossed in a touchdown pass and rushed for two more while teammate Landon Black ran for two TDs of his own in the win. PAROWAN 35, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0: The Rams jumped out to a 28-0 lead at the half and never looked back in the big win over Layton Christian. SUMMIT ACADEMY 24, STAR VALLEY, WYO. 14: Joe Garlick rushed for a touchdown and passed for two more — finding Russ Oliver and Titan Kilgore — as Summit Academy picked up the win over Star Valley, Wyo. KANAB 14, GUNNISON VALLEY 0: Kanab scored a touchdown in the first and fourth quarters in a low-scoring game. Karson Blomquist and Derek Houston each scored for the Cowboys. CANYON VIEW 41, ENTERPRISE 6: After conceding the first touchdown of the game, Canyon View fired back with 41 unanswered points to blow out Enterprise. Quarterback Jake Garrett was electric for Canyon View, racking up five passing touchdowns. MOUNTAIN CREST 56, BONNEVILLE, IDAHO 22: Cameden Oswalk, Elijah Jackson and Emilio Veater each rushed for three touchdowns as the Mustangs went on the road and rolled past Bonneville, Idaho for the nonregion win. Next Up In Sports