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Prep football: Wilson returns to lead Corner Canyon to undefeated season; Springville tops Region 8

(Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News)

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DRAPER — Zach Wilson threw for two touchdowns in his return from an ankle injury, and Corner Canyon held Jordan off the scoreboard for the first three quarters to pull away for a 31-14 win over Jordan that clinched an undefeated regular season Wednesday night at Corner Canyon High School.

Wilson, who has committed to Boise State, connected with Colton Lawson on a 71-yard pass in the first quarter that gave the Chargers a 7-0 lead at halftime and the Corner Canyon defense took it from there.

“I knew we were capable of it," Wilson told KSL Sports after the game. "We’ve got a lock-down defense, and that’s what separates us from a lot of teams. You see really high scoring teams that put up a lot of points, but don’t play as much defense. That’s what separates us; we have a really high-powered offense, but we can also play defense.”

The Chargers will host Bountiful in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs next week.

Corner Canyon (9-0, 5-0 Region 7) made it 21-0 on a pair of touchdown runs by Tai Gonzales and Caden Johnson in the third quarter, and Wilson found Lawson again for a 22-yard score en route to a 31-0 lead.

Crew Wakley threw for a touchdown and added another on the ground in the fourth quarter to lead Jordan (6-4, 2-3).

Here are other key region title games from Wednesday night’s regular-season finale of the high school football season. Click the video above for highlights.

Springville 54, Provo 12

At Springville, Bradley Nicol and Cole Bowers each ran for a pair of touchdowns as the Red Devils (7-3, 5-0) answered an early 6-0 deficit with 54-unanswered points to cruise to the outright Region 8 title.

Drason Havea gave the Bulldogs (5-5, 2-3) the first-quarter lead with a 2-yard run. But Ty Erikkson added two touchdown passes to Ben Schreiber to help Springville quickly build up a 41-6 halftime lead.

Lehi 42, Skyline 14

At Lehi, Pioneer quarterback Cammon Cooper threw his 100th career touchdown pass, and the Washington State-bound senior eclipse 10,000 career passing yards in Lehi’s Region 6 title-clinching rout of the Eagles (6-3, 3-2).

Kade Moore and Jaxon Moody each hauled in two touchdown passes for Lehi (8-2, 5-0).

Tommy McGrath threw for a pair of scores for Skyline.

Rod Zundel


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