Park City upset No. 7 East for first win of the season
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Park City miners pissed off the # 7 East Leopards Friday night, 24-23.
No. 7 East 23 @ Park City 24
Park City’s Carson Tabaracci scored two touchdowns in the Miners win.
With the result, Park City improved to a record of 1-3 that season and East fell to 0-3.
Here are all the 5A scores from week four of the high school football season.
Murray 21 @ Olympus 45
The Olympus Titans defeated the Murray Spartans 45-21. Isaac Hodgson and Ty Seagle each scored a pair of touchdowns for the Titans. With the result, Tooele improved to a record of 3-1 that season and Murray fell to 2-2.
No. 22 Brighton 51 @ Highland 21
The # 22 Brighton Bengals passed the Highland Rams on Friday 51-21. Bengal quarterback Jack Johnson threw four touchdown passes in Brighton’s win. With the result, Brighton improved to a record 3-1 and Highland fell to 0-3 that season.
Cedar Valley 42 @ Payson 16
The Cedar Valley Aviators defeated the Payson Lions on Friday 42-16. After the half-time tie, Cedar Valley scored 24 unanswered points in the second half. Easton Schank made four touchdowns in the game. With the result, Cedar Valley improved to a record of 2-2 that season and Payson fell to 3-1.
Uintah 0 @ Stansbury 55
The Stansbury Stallions stomped the Uintah Utes, 55-0. Nate Bushnell led the stallions with three touchdowns. With the result, Stansbury improved to a 2-2 record that season and Uintah fell to 1-3.
Hillcrest 7 @ No. 23 Tooele 60
The No. 23 Tooele Buffaloes stomped the Hillcrest Huskies on Friday night, 60-7. Tooele scored all of his 60 points in the first 24 minutes of the game. Buffaloes quarterback Payton Sprouse made five touchdowns. With the result, Tooele improved to a 4-0 record that season and Hillcrest fell to 1-3.
Mountain View 7 @ Timpanogos 63
The Timpanogos Timberwolves ran past the Mountain View Bruins, 63-7. Timberwolves quarterback Matu Holdaway threw six touchdown passes in the game. With the result, Timpanogos improved to a 4-0 record that season and Mountain View fell to 0-4.
Bear River (4A) 6 @ Box Elder 14
The Box Elder Bees stung the Bear River Bears on Friday evening, 14-6. Easton White and Daxton Sumko each scored a touchdown for the Bees. With the result, Box Elder improved to a record of 1-3 that season and Bear River fell to 0-4.
Cottonwood 0 @ Northridge 48
The Northridge Knights defeated the Cottonwood Colts 48-0 on Friday. Northridge scored 41 of his total points in the first two quarters of the game. Knights quarterback Maximus Fonoti-Maikui threw six touchdown passes in the game. With the result, Northridge improved to a record of 3-1 that season, and Cottonwood fell to 1-3.
Skyline 38 @ Bountiful 36
The Skyline Eagles came from behind to defeat the Bountiful Redhawks 38-36 Friday night. The Eagles were 20 points behind in the fourth quarter and outnumbered the Redhawks 28-6 in the final 12 minutes. With the result, Skyline improved to a record 2-2 that season and Bountiful dropped to 1-2.
No. 19 Provo 38 @ Viewmont 35
The No. 19 Provo Bulldogs held the Viewmont Vikings back on Friday night 38-35. Provos Jace Welsch scored four touchdowns in the Bulldogs victory. With the result, Provo improved to a 4-0 record that season and Viewmont fell to 2-2.
No. 12 Ridgeline (4A) 43 @ Woods Cross 12
The # 12 Ridgeline RiverHawks flew past the Woods Cross Wildcats on Friday night, 4pm – noon. RiverHawks quarterback Kaden Cox threw four touchdown passes in the contest. With the result, Ridgeline improved to a record of 4-0 that season and Woods Cross fell to 0-4.
Pleasant Grove (6A) 24 @ No. 17 Wasatch 44
The No. 17 Wasatch Wasps stung the Pleasant Grove Vikings on Friday, 44-24. Wasp quarterback Adarius Edwards threw three touchdown passes. With the result, Wasatch improved to a record of 4-0 that season, and Pleasant Grove fell to 1-3.
Maple Mountain 9 @ Alta 29
The Alta Hawks flew past the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles on Friday evening, September 29th. Hawks quarterback Ethan Jackson threw four touchdown passes in the game. With the result, Alta improved to a 2-2 record that season and Maple Mountain dropped to 1-3.
Copper Hills (6A) 6 @ Lehi 49
The Lehi Pioneers defeated the Copper Hills Grizzlies 49-6 on Friday night. Jackson Brousseau scored two touchdowns for the Pioneers. With the result, Lehi improved to a record of 3-1 that season and Copper Hills fell to 0-4.