Football: Pine View 49, Hurricane 19
Pine View came back from a first-quarter deficit and scored 21 points in the third quarter as the Panthers beat Hurricane 49-19.
Quarterback Ryan Javines threw four touchdown passes and ran for two more as PV improved to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in 3AA South region.
Jacob Mpungi rushed for a 32-yard touchdown to start things off, which was followed by Hurricane’s Jaron Cordova running for a seven-yard touchdown. Josh Parker hit Michael Lacy for a 28-yard touchdown to give the Tigers the lead.
PV scored 42 unanswered points as Mpungi, Dylan Hendrickson, Daniel Larsen, Lance Mandrigues all caught touchdown passes from Javines. Brandon Stolworthy ran for a 15-yard score for Hurricane near the end of the game.
Football: Enterprise 27, Grand 20
Caleb Koopmans and Jayson Holt both scored two rushing touchdowns each to lead the Enterprise Wolves to a 27-20 win over Grand. The bounceback victory helped the Wolves keep pace with Beaver for second place in 2A South region. San Juan is in first place at 3-0.
The Wolves had an early 20-6 lead in the second quarter when Grand finally answered with another touchdown to make it 20-12 going into halftime. Each team then added one touchdown each to reach the final score.
Enterprise plays in its final home game of the season next week when it hosts South Sevier, which lost to San Juan, 28-6, on Friday.
Football: Juab 41, Canyon View 20
The Juab Wasps jumped on top of the Canyon View Falcons with three touchdowns before halftime and never looked back in a 41-20 win.
Isaiah Shearer scored two rushing touchdowns for the Falcons, and Brady Lowry added another in garbage time in the Falcons’ losing effort.
Juab took over first place in 3A South region, and Canyon View dropped into a second place tie with Delta.
And Delta is who the Falcons play on the road next week. The winner will take over sole possession of second place with a chance to move into a first place tie should Juab lose at North Sanpete.
Football: Diamond Ranch 29, Parowan 7
Running back Aaron Kern scored three touchdowns and Thomas McCann scored another as Diamond Ranch improved to 3-2 overall and won its first region game of the season. The Diamondbacks also recorded a safety.
Football: Virgin Valley 14, Moapa Valley 7
The Virgin Valley Bulldogs took down rival Moapa Valley with a 14-7 victory on Friday night. Jayden Perkins blocked a Moapa punt to start the second half and recovered it for a touchdown to make the difference for the win.
The Bulldogs are now 5-1 on the year, and Moapa Valley falls to 3-3.
Prep tennis: Desert Hills gets four into Region 9 tournament finals
Desert Hills has four finalists in the finals of the Region 9 tennis tournament after the first day of play Friday.
Pine View’s Hattie Erekson will square off with Snow Canyon’s Brielle Nielsen in the No. 1 singles final. Erekson defeated Dixie’s Angela Crooks 6-2, 6-1, while Nielsen beat the Thunder’s Erica Evans 7-5, 6-1.
Mo Behymer (Desert Hills) faces Brielle Callahan in the No. 2 singles final. Behymer beat Dixie’s Ashley Kezos 6-0, 6-4 and Callahan (Pine View) defeated Hurricane’s Candice Gubler 6-2, 6-4.
Abbie Carmack (Desert Hills) will play Hurricane’s Katie Werrett in the No. 3 singles final. Carmack defeated Pine View’s Julia Meyer 6-2, 6-2 and Werrett beat Dixie’s Annie Heaton 6-4, 6-1.
At No. 1 doubles, Allie Beck and Alani Plumb (Desert Hills) knocked off Snow Canyon’s Charlotte Apple and Addy Southam 6-3, 6-0. Beck and Plumb will meet Pine View’s doubles team of Hannah Obray and Charrise Snow, who defeated Dixie’s Ashley Gadani and Ashley Stevens 6-4, 6-4.
Lyndsi Graf and Jocelyn Kennedy (Desert Hills) took down the Flyers’ Tess Larkin and Kalli Beckstrom 6-2, 6-4. Pine View’s Kiralyn Mulloy and Ryann Blaser defeated Snow Canyon’s Rani Puriri and Elle Ericksen 6-3, 7-6(6) in the semifinals.