Highschool soccer roundup for Friday, Oct. 15 (Week 10)

Highschool soccer roundup for Friday, Oct. 15 (Week 10)

Area 2
Kearns 21, Cyprus 17
A tie recreation heading into the ultimate quarter, Iosefa Toia’ivao hit Kody Barrett for a game-winning 69-yard landing strike with beneath three minutes to play to present Kearns its sixth win of the season. Toia’ivao tossed three touchdowns within the recreation, with the opposite two being caught by Isaac Luckart.

Area 6
Olympus 27, Skyline 7
Seth Roberts tossed three landing passes and ran for one more rating as Olympus jumped throughout rival Skyline constructing a 21-0 first quarter lead on it’s approach to the victory within the battle for “The Rock.” The win for Olympus created a three-way tie for second place within the area between Skyline, Olympus and Park Metropolis.

3A South
Canyon View 12, Richfield 7
Visiting Canyon View edged Richfield on the ultimate recreation of the 3A South area slate as the 2 groups completed in a tie for second place within the area with 3-2 data.

2A North
Summit Academy 27, Emery 14
Summit Academy by no means trailed of their remaining area victory of the season, on the highway, over the Spartans. Koa Sylvester rushed for 2 touchdowns for the Bears, together with a 98-yarder halfway by the primary quarter.

2A South
Delta 26, Millard 12
Delta scored 20 of its 26 factors within the second quarter to present itself a two-touchdown victory over rival Millard to finish the common season. Junior Cameron Skeem scored two dashing touchdowns for the Rabbits.
San Juan 67, Grand 0
Jace Palmer threw three passing touchdowns and rushed for yet another as San Juan earned the shutout victory on the ultimate day of the common season. San Juan jumped throughout outmanned Grand with a 32-0 edge within the first quarter and 53-0 by halftime.
“Happy with our children, teaching employees and neighborhood for brining house a area championship tonight. Protection pitched one other shut out and offense placed on a present.”
—San Juan coach Barkley Christensen
Beaver 42, South Sevier 0
Cobe Carter caught two landing passes from Tyten Fails and scored a 60-yard dashing landing as Beaver blanked South Sevier within the regular-season finale to bounce again from final week’s shutout loss to San Juan.
“South Sevier got here out able to play and it was a reasonably evenly performed first half. Our children responded effectively after halftime and performed a really sturdy second half.”
— Beaver coach Jon Marshall

1A North
Duchesne 44, North Summit 12
Duchesne set the tone early with an 85-yard kick return landing from Garrett Fabrizio on the primary play of the sport and by no means regarded again. The win sealed an undefeated run by the 1A North area for the Eagles.
“Happy with our guys ending the common season on a fantastic general group effort. We took the opening kickoff again and by no means regarded again. Offense, protection, and particular groups all performed nice. Wanting ahead to a bye this week and getting ready for the playoffs.”
— Duchesne coach Jerry Cowan

1A South
Kanab 19, Parowan 14
Trailing by a landing halfway by the third quarter, the Cowboys scored 12 straight factors to safe themselves a 1A South title. Parker Franklin punched within the game-winning landing from a yard out with simply over a minute remaining within the recreation.
North Sevier 41, Gunnison Valley 8
North Sevier dominated in what was a matchup between 1A South’s backside two groups. Kannin Boswell had a powerful stretch on the finish of the third quarter the place he scored two touchdowns (a 2-yard run and a 43-yard fumble restoration) inside 9 seconds of recreation time for the Wolves.
Enterprise 23, Milford 19
Enterprise used a well timed 83-yard landing run from Aiden Dougherty within the fourth quarter to battle off a late surge from Milford. With Kanab’s win over Parowan Friday night time, the Wolves completed one recreation shy of a area title with the win.

Northridge 41, Cottonwood 7
After conceding the sport’s opening landing, the Knights rallied to attain all 41 of their factors unanswered to shut out their common season with a victory. Josh Acord scored three touchdowns in three alternative ways (receiving, dashing and an interception return) on the night for Northridge.

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