High school football roundup of Week 3: Photos, stories and stats

Region 1

Davis 41, Layton 0: Davis blanked Layton, rolling to its first win of the season. Three of the Darts’ touchdowns were score by their defense, while three were scored by the offense. Six different Davis players scored TD’s in the victory.

Weber 25, Clearfield 0: Ty Barnett ignited the Weber Warriors with a 90-yard kick return, and the Warriors never looked back, blanking Clearfield.

Northridge 21, Syracuse 10: Northridge outlasted Syracuse to claim the victory. Jackson Murray tossed two touchdown passes in the win.


Altamont 41, West Wendover, Nev. 0: McKay Foy rushed for three touchdowns, while Parker Rust scored on a 99-yard interception return and then a 40-yard punt return as Altamont blanked West Wendover, Nev. for the road victory.

Milford 42, Layton Christian 0: Milford blanked Layton Christian for the easy road victory. Ryan Mayer and Ty Netto scored touchdowns just before halftime to put the game out of reach.

West Side, Idaho 38, Rich 16: Jordan Cook and Reagan Huefner both caught touchdown passes, but it wasn’t enough as Rich fell to visiting Westside, Idaho, which built a comfortable 32-8 halftime lead.

Sky View 33, Springville 14: Jackson Siddoway passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another as Sky View jumped out to a big lead to take care of business against Springville in a game played at Utah State.

Servite, Calif. 38, American Fork 28: American Fork put up a valiant effort, but fell to Servite, California.

Cyprus 48, Copper Hills 26: The Pirates used a 20 point fourth quarter to pull away from Copper Hills late. Soujah Gasu ran for two touchdowns, and caught another to lead the Pirates past Copper Hills.

Bountiful 22, Granger 14: Trailing 14-7, Bountiful got a field goal from Bridger Booth followed by a TD pass by Zach Riordan. Then, Brig Willard sealed the win over Granger with a 73-yard pick-six for the Braves in the fourth quarter.

Highland 31, Hillcrest 6: In an emotional game on both sides of the field, Highland took care of business against Hillcrest in its first game since coach Cazzie Brown passed away last weekend. Brown was previously an assistant coach at Highland. Trayton Keyes opened the game with a 97-yard kickoff return for Highland, which also got a pair of passing TDs from Cole Peterson. Watch the video replay

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