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Ogden's 35-7 win over Stansbury on Friday improved the Tigers to 3-0 on the season for the first time since 1975, while Brighton continued their defensive dominance, blanking Hunter for their third consecutive shutout.
One of the highlights from Friday's games came when Northridge quarterback Travis Harper connected with receiver Colton Hill for a 1 yard touchdown pass with only 10 seconds left in their 29-26 come-from-behind win over Layton.
After scoring 113 points their first two games, Bear River couldn't get their offense moving against a tough Box Elder defense, losing to their rival 17-14.
My top 5 player performances from week 3
5. Chase Dunford, QB, Skyline
Skyline senior quarterback Chase Dunford led Skyline to a convincing win over Highland 41-21. What was impressive was the Eagles passing attack, as Dunford threw for over 250 yards and three touchdowns. Dunford also had a 24 yard touchdown run.
4. Colton Hill, WR, Northridge
Northridge senior wide receiver Colton Hill caught seven passes for nearly 150 yards and two touchdowns, one of which was the game winner with only 10 seconds left in the Knights' 29-26 come-from-behind win over Layton.
3. Tanner Russell, QB, Syracuse
Syracuse senior quarterback Tanner Russell threw for four touchdowns in the Titans' 28-14 win over Viewmont, improving to 3-0 on the season and 2-0 in Region 1 play.
2. Dallen Dalton, RB/LB, Grand
Grand senior running back / linebacker Dallen Dalton returned two interceptions for scores (25 yards, 33 yards), had one touchdown run (13 yards) and had a touchdown catch (13 yards) in the Red Devils' 49-9 win over Carbon.
1. Alex Kuresa, QB, Mountain Crest
Mountain Crest junior quarterback Alex Kuresa threw for 427 yards and six touchdowns as the Mustangs blanked East 48-0.
Defense wins games, and eight teams (coincidentally the same number as it has been week 1 and week 2) impressively shut out their opponents in week three.
Beaver 29, Milford 0
Brighton 31, Hunter 0
Cedar 27, Virgin Valley, Nev. 0
Cottonwood 35, Pine View 0
Duchesne 49, West Wendover, Nev. 0
Hillcrest 41, Lehi 0
Mountain Crest 48, East 0
Springville 24, Mountain View 0
50 Point Club
- Juan Diego jumped out to a 28-0 first quarter lead on their way to a 55-17 win over Cyprus.
- Junior quarterback J.R. Finai ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more leading Kearns to a 53-13 win over Granger.
- Salem Hills quarterback Josh Adams threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Skyhawks defeated Union 53-21.
- Running back Damon Thomas ran for four touchdowns as Tooele crushed Ben Lomond 61-13.