Football: Pine View 34, Judge Memorial 7
The Pine View Panthers were the only 3AA South team to come up with a win Friday night. The Panthers obliterated the Judge Memorial Bulldogs, 34-7, in Salt Lake City. They took a 13-0 lead into the halftime break and then broke it open in the second half. Ryan Javines led the way with three touchdown passes to three different players. He completed touchdowns to Hudson Reed, Kawika Santiago and Zach Spendlove. Santiago also had a rushing touchdown. Connor Brooksby nailed two field goals. D’Angelo Mpungi added an insurance touchdown late with a fumble recovery in which he scored. Pine View returns home next week to host Uintah.
Football: Jordan 28, Desert Hills 21
The Desert Hills Thunder trailed 21-0 at halftime, but they came back to make it interesting against the Jordan Beetdiggers in Sandy on Friday. Marco Jordan, Braxton Porter and Quinn Kiser all scored touchdowns in the comeback effort at the 5A school, Jordan. Desert Hills plays in its home opener next week against Salem Hills.
Football: Uintah 25, Snow Canyon 23
The Snow Canyon Warriors lost a close contest in Vernal. The Uintah Utes tacked on a field goal with 10 seconds left to take the lead and win the game, 25-23. Chris Poulsen led the Warriors with 153 yards rushing and two touchdowns. The Warriors play in Pocatello, Idaho, next week against Shelley (Idaho). The game will be played at Idaho State University.
Football: Enterprise 19, Diamond Ranch 12
Jesus Morales, John Oswald and Ryan Holt all scored rushing touchdowns for the Enterprise Wolves in a home victory against the Diamond Ranch Diamondbacks. The Wolves scored the go-ahead touchdown with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter and then hung on to win from that point. Enterprise plays at Parowan next week. Diamond Ranch plays at Duchesne.
Football: Parowan 19, North Sevier 13
Jake Matheson had a game to remember. Making his first start at quarterback, Matheson ran for a touchdown and found Hunter Little for a 51-yard touchdown to help the Rams start their season off with a win. Ethan Guymon also had a rushing touchdown for the Rams. Parowan kept North Sevier off the scoreboard in the 4th quarter to preserve the win.
“It’s only one win,” Parowan head coach Anthony Chidester said. “We got to get a lot better. Still a lot of things to clean up.”
Football: Provo 35, Cedar 21
Despite a pair of long touchdown passes from Mason Fakahua, Cedar couldn’t climb out of big first half deficit. Provo built a 21-0 lead with three touchdowns in the second quarter. The Redmen fought back, cutting the lead to 21-13 in the 3rd, but couldn’t get any closer. Fakahua had touchdown passes of 50 and 52 yards in the game
Tennis: Desert Hills wins two at Spanish Fork Invitational
The Desert Hills girls tennis team beat Salem Hills 5-0 and Uintah 5-0 on Friday in the Thunder’s first two matches in the Spanish Fork Invitational. Play continues Saturday with the semifinals and finals.