Sunday, November 22, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - Championships

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, November 20-21, 2009

Championships

5A
Bingham 35 Davis 24

4A
Timpview 35 Springville 6

3A
Juan Diego Catholic 12 Hurricane 10

Sunday, November 15, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - Championships & Semifinals

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, November 13-14, 2009


Championships

2A
San Juan 7 South Summit 0

1A
Rich 25 Duchesne 0

Semifinals

5A
Davis 41 Hunter 17
Bingham 28 Alta 19

4A
Timpview 38 Mountain Crest 21
Springville 29 Dixie 21

3A
Hurricane 24 Park City 19
Juan Diego Catholic 35 Wasatch 14

Sunday, November 08, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - Semifinals & Quarterfinals

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, November 6-7, 2007


Semifinals

2A
San Juan 40 South Sevier 13
South Summit 17 Grand County 6

1A
Rich 35 Altamont 7
Duchesne 22 Monticello 0

Quarterfinals

5A
Davis 17 Pleasant Grove 9
Hunter 45 Lone Peak 37
Alta 37 Cottonwood 13
Bingham 38 Syracuse 3

4A
Timpview 57 Spanish Fork 22
Mountain Crest 48 Highland 7
Dixie 24 Bonneville 14
Springville 16 Woods Cross 12

3A
Hurricane 41 Morgan 9
Park City 21 Delta 14
Wasatch 48 Bear River 32
Juan Diego Catholic 28 Cedar City 3

Saturday, October 31, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - 1st Round Playoffs

Utah High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 31, 2009

Playoffs

5A
1st Round

Bingham 62 Jordan 42

3A
1st Round

Wasatch 25 Desert Hills 7

2A
Quarterfinals

Grand 28 Enterprise 14
San Juan 13 Kanab 7
South Sevier 33 Parowan 10
South Summit 45 Millard 6

1A
Quarterfinals

Altamont 20 Milford 6

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, October 30, 2009

Playoffs

5A
1st Round

Alta 38 Fremont 14
Cottonwood 23 Viewmont 7
Davis 28 West 7
Hunter 24 Weber 20
Lone Peak 27 West Jordan 6
Pleasant Grove 36 Riverton 21
Syracuse 31 Skyline 7

4A
1st Round

Bonneville 14 Bountiful 7 (OT)
Dixie 31 Mountain View 6
Highland 34 Orem 0
Mountain Crest 55 Salem Hills 6
Spanish Fork 33 Pine View 25
Springville 35 Sky View 14
Timpview 35 Olympus 7
Woods Cross 35 Provo 20

3A
1st Round

Bear River 56 Manti 28
Cedar 46 Union 0
Delta 41 Judge Memorial 7
Hurricane 74 American Leadership 7
Juan Diego 56 Juab 0
Morgan 30 Emery 19
Park City 57 Grantsville 28

1A
Quarterfinals

Duchesne 48 Monument Valley 12

Thursday, October 22, 2009

2010 Utah High School Football Scores - Week 10

Utah High School Football Scores
Thursday, October 22, 2009


Bountiful 27 Olympus 6
Cottonwood 52 Cyprus 8
Skyline 42 Murray 7
Springville 42 Salem Hills 14
West 55 Granger 20
West Jordan 50 Kearns 14

Utah Regular Season Finales to Decide Championships

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

The curtain falls on 2009 regular season this weekend, although in 2A the playoffs begin Friday night with four play-in games.

Everything kicks off Thursday night with 15 games, including the Region 10 showdown between Park City and Wasatch. Both teams enter the game that will decide the region championship with 8-1 records. According to the Deseret News, both teams really haven't been challenged in most of their games this season.

The Region 11 championship will be decided tonight when Juan Diego takes on Morgan.

Friday night, three-time state champ Timpview will battle Provo for the Region 7 title. The Deseret News reports that Provo will be trying to snap a 19-game losing streak to the T-Birds.

Friday Night's 2A Play-in Games:

North Summit @ Kanab
Beaver @ Grand
Gunnison @ Millard
Parowan @ North Sevier

Friday, October 16, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - Week 9

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, October 16, 2009


Alta 49 Hillcrest 7
Bear River 47 Grantsville 14
Bingham 35 Riverton 7
Booneville 21 Sky View 18
Bountinful 46 Stansbury 7
Cottonwood 54 Granger 0
Davis 28 Fremont 6
Duchesne 38 Monticello 6
Grand 41 Gunnison 14
Highland 49 Woods Cross 30
Hunter 35 Skyline 34
Jordan 54 Taylorsville 6
Juab 28 Manti 21
Juan Diego 55 Ben Lomond 0
Kearns 35 Copper Hills 28
Logan 31 Box Elder 15
Monument Valley 43 Layton Christian 42
Mountain Crest 57 Ogden 22
Morgan 35 Judge Memorial 28
Murray 24 Cyprus 17 (OT)
Northridge 49 Clearfield 27
Olympus 7 West 6
Park City 63 Union 0
Rich 35 Whitehorse 6
San Juan 37 North Sevier 0
South Summit 24 North Summit 6
Viewmont 27 Roy 6
Weber 30 Layton 13

Friday, October 02, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scores - Week 7

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, October 2, 2009


American Leadership 27, Carbon 16
Desert Hills 21, Snow Canyon 14
Dixie 35, Cedar 28
Enterprise 41, Kanab 6
Hurricane 52, Virgin Valley, Nev. 7
Lone Peak 24, American Fork 6
Millard 29, Parowan 13
Mountain View 63, Lehi 14
Orem 7, Timpanogos 6
Pine View 48, Canyon View 21
Salem Hills 34, Uintah 16
San Juan 25, Grand 7
Spanish Fork 47, Payson 31
Springville 56, Maple Mountain 12

Friday, September 25, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 6

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, September 25, 2009


Alta 23 Lone Peak 7
Bonneville 7 Ogden 6
Bountiful 23 Viewmont 21
Cedar 37 Snow Canyon 28
Cottonwood 43 Skyline 28
Duchesne 44 Layton Christian 29
Emery 21 Richfield 6
Fremont 33 Layton 16
Grand 35 North Summit 14
Gunnison 14 North Sevier 12
Hunter 56 Granger 20
Hurricane 34 Pine View 28 (2OTs)
Juab 41 North Sanpete 19
Juan Diego 35 Grantsville 7
Judge Memorial 34 Ben Lomond 3
Manti 29 Delta 28
Milford 63 Whitehorse 0
Millard 34 Kanab 6
Monticello 45 Monument Valley 14
Morgan 17 Bear River 14
Mountain Crest 50 Box Elder 17
Mountain View 17 Timpanogos 7
Orem 42 Westlake 35
Park City 54 Carbon 0
Pleasant Grove 21 American Fork 7
Rich 52 Altamont 14
San Juan 21 South Summit 17
Sky View 30 Logan 27
South Sevier 24 Parowan 0
Spanish Fork 61 Salem Hills 34
Springville 38 Uintah 17
Syracuse 42 Roy 0
West 49 Cyprus 10
Woods Cross 46 East 6

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Ex-Bonneville Football Coach Thom Budge Passes Away

by Jeff Fisher

According to the Deseret News, former Bonneville head football coach Thom Budge has died of an apparent heart attack. Budge led his teams to a record of 237 wins against only 104 loses in over 30-years at the helm. Our condolences go out to Budge's family and friends.

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 5

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, September 18, 2009


Brighton 21 Alta 10
Davis 26 Layton 6
Enterprise 30 Parowan 21
Hunter 38 Cyprus 0
Murray 48 Granger 23
Kanab 33 Beaver 7
Kearns 21 Taylorsville 0
North Sevier 30 North Summit 20
Riverton 49 Copper Hills 35
San Juan 44 Gunnison 19
Skyline 36 West 19
South Sevier 21 Millard 0
South Summit 35 Grand 14
Syracuse 23 Fremont 14
Viewmont 32 Northridge 13
Weber 48 Roy 7

Saturday, September 12, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 4

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, September 11, 2009


Alta 48 Jordan 20
American Leadership 21 Beaver 14
Bingham 41 American Fork 14
Bountiful 35 Tooele 6
Cedar 29 Manti 20
Clearfield 27 Roy 7
Cottonwood 52 Murray 16
Cyprus 29 Taylorsville 10
Davis 28 Syracuse 14
Duchesne 14 North Summit 7
Durango (CO) 21 San Juan 20
East 38 Stansbury 7
Emery 51 Carbon 0
Hurricane 42 Dixie 24
Juan Diego 24 Springville 6
Kanab 22 North Sevier 20
Layton Christian 31 White Pine (NV) 13
Lincoln County (NV) 38 Milford 22
Lone Peak 23 Brighton 7
Millard 21 Grand 14
Moapa Valley (NV) 43 Enterprise 14
Monument Valley 49 Navajo Pine (NM) 0
Morgan 20 Salem Hills 19 (OT)
North Sanpete 34 Maple Mountain 14
Northridge 36 Bonneville 9
Ogden 56 Ben Lomond 0
Orem 28 Raymond Canada 21
Park City 49 Logan 25
Parowan 28 Gunnison 8
Payson 34 Juab 14
Pine View 14 Desert Hills 7
Pleasant Grove 48 Hillcrest 10
Provo 28 Westlake 23
Rich 36 West Side (ID) 6
Riverton 22 Kearns 6
Skyline 50 Granger 6
Snow Canyon 31 Canyon View 6
South Sevier 28 Richfield 7
South Summit 27 Delta 7
Spanish Fork 48 Box Elder 14
Timpanogos 44 Lehi 31
Timpview 41 Mountain View 21 Salt Lake Tribune game story
Unitah 43 Union 16
Viewmont 34 Layton 17
Wasatch 34 Judge Memorial 17
Weber 31 Freement 24
West 21 Hunter 10
West Jordan 55 Cooper Hills 6
Woods Cross 27 Olympus 9

Monday, September 07, 2009

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Challenge - Dallas, TX



by Jeff Fisher


A crowd of 30,000 turned-out to watch Euless Trinity beat Bingham 42-21 in the first-ever game in the new Cowboys Stadium. The game was the part of a quadruple-header for the Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series. Check-out The Dallas Morning News for the game wrap-up, including video highlights.

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Challenge Scores
Monday, September 7, 2009


Colleyville Heritage (TX) 28 Irving MacArthur (TX) 6 The Dallas Morning News game story
Euless Trinity (TX) 42 Bingham (UT) 21
Mansfield Timberview (TX) 30 Mansfield Summit (TX) 19 The Dallas Morning News game story
Notre Dame (CA) 37 Klein Oak 7 LA Times game story

Sunday, September 06, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 3

Utah High School Football Scores
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Rich 39 Green River (WY) JV 3

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, September 4, 2009


Alta 31 Timpview 15
American Fork 36 Timpanogos 20
Brighton 31 Hunter 0
Skyline 41 Highland 21

Saturday, August 29, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

by Jeff Fisher


Bingham and Alta played another great game on Friday. Bingham beat the two-time defending state champion Hawks 38-34 in a game that according to the Salt Lake Tribune saw Bingham bounce back from a 28-14 halftime deficit.





Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, August 28, 2009


Altamont 27 Lyman (WY) 0
American Fork 34 Riverton 27
Bear River 53 ALA 23
Beaver 37 Gunnison Valley 13
Bingham 38 Alta 34
Bonneville 31 Woods Cross 14
Bountiful 34 Spanish Fork 7
Box Elder 27 Copper Hills 14
Brighton 55 Taylorsville 0
Cottonwood 34 Sky View 20
Cyprus 41 Kearns 40
Davis 37 Clearfield 0
Desert Hills 18 Salem Hills 12
Granger 17 Hug (NV) 14
Grand 24 Monticello 7
Grantsville 20 North Sanpete 7
Highland 27 Hunter 3
Hillcrest 27 Murray 21
Hurricane 24 Delta 20
Juab 37 North Summit 6
Juan Diego 31 Park City 14
Kanab 35 Virgin Valley (NV) 23
Layton Christian 43 West Wendover 0
Manti 41 Union 0
Milford 33 White Pine (NV) 13
Morgan 28 Snow Canyon 26
Ogden 47 Judge Memorial 21
Olympus 28 Skyline 14
Payson 20 Orem 13
Provo 45 Stansbury 22
Richfield 42 Canyon View 14
San Juan 47 Kirtland Central (NM) 14
South Sevier 34 North Sevier 7
South Summit 42 Duchesne 6
Springville 40 Lehi 3
Syracuse 14 Northidge 0
Timpview 34 Highland (ID) 28
Viewmont 9 Weber 7
Wasatch 38 Ben Lomond 13
West 38 Tooele 13
West Jordan 42 East 14
Westlake 48 Maple Mountain 8

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Alta vs. Bingham: The Rivalry Continues

by Jeff Fisher


Yes, it's only Week 2 of the Utah high school football season, but Friday night will feature one of the top games of the year as top-ranked and two-time defending 5A champ Alta faces #2 Bingham. Over 10,000 fans are expected to be on-hand in Alta to see if the Hawks can extend their win streak to three straight over Bingham. However, Bingham holds a 6-5 series lead since 2001.

KSL-TV has a preview of tomorrow night's game that is a rematch of the 2008 5A state championship game, plus the Desert News looks at this rivalry that during recent years has also included a post-season showdown as well.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Utah High School Rankings from Salt Lake Tribune

Class 5A
1. Alta (1-0)
2. Bingham (1-0)
3. Pleasant Grove (1-0)
4. Brighton (1-0)
5. Riverton (1-0)

Class 4A
1. Mountain Crest (1-0)
2. Timpview (0-1)
3. Pine View (1-0)
4. Springville (1-0)
5. Bountiful (1-0)

Class 3A
1. Juan Diego (1-0)
2. Bear River (1-0)
3. Park City (1-0)
4. Morgan (1-0)
5. Judge (1-0)

Class 2A
1. San Juan (1-0)
2. South Summit (1-0)
3. Beaver (1-0)
4. Millard (1-0)
5. North Sevier (1-0)

Class 1A
1. Rich (0-0)
2. Milford (1-0)
3. Duchesne (1-0)
4. Layton Christian (0-1)
5. Monticello (0-0)

Saturday, August 22, 2009

2009 Utah High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

by Jeff Fisher

Utah's state record win streak of 36-game straight is over. Pleasant Grove beat three-time defending state champ Timpview 16-10 Friday night to end the T-Birds win streak that began in 2006. The Salt Lake Tribune has all of the details.

Utah High School Football Scores
Friday, August 21, 2009

ALA 42 Manti 28
Alta 59 Cottonwood 20 Salt Lake Tribune game story
American Fork 51 Cedar City 19
American Leadership 42 Manti 28
Bear River 60 Logan 34
Beaver 42 North Summit 20
Ben Lomond 13 Union 7
Bingham 28 Viewmont 8
Bountiful 30 Lone Peak 9 Salt Lake Tribune game story
Brighton 24 Davis 0
Clearfield 21 Taylorsville 13
Delta 28 Westlake 14
Desert Hills 16 Uintah 2
Duchesne 40 Carbon 0
Grand 14 Emery 0
Hunter 13 Keams 0
Juan Diego 42 West 0 Salt Lake Tribune game story
Judge Memorial 20 Tooele 7
Layton 31 Bonneville 14
Milford 23 Layton Christian 7
Millard 33 North Sanpete 14
Morgan 34 Juab 7
Mountain Crest 48 Highland 27
Northridge 36 Jordan 27 Salt Lake Tribune game story
North Sevier 28 Parowan 14
Ogden 32 Murray 13
Olympus 10 Hillcrest 7
Park City 47 Canyon View 10
Pine View 46 Juneau-Douglas (Alaska) 13 Salt Lake Tribune game story
Pleasant Grove 16 Timpview 10
Provo 28 Cyprus 14
Richfield 43 Enterprise 33
Riverton 44 Lehi 0
Salem Hills 32 Orem 16
San Juan 33 Kanab 13
Skyline 27 Hurricane 14
Sky View 30 Fremont 27 (OT)
Snow Canyon 27 East 0
South Sevier 44 Gunnison 21
Spanish Fork 49 Mountain View 28
Springville 21 Dixie 14
Stansbury 35 Maple Mountain 7
South Summit 47 Altamont 20
Syracuse 17 Copper Hills 14 Salt Lake Tribune game story
Timpanogos 21 Payson 12
Wasatch 20 Grantsville 14
Weber 42 Box Elder 0
West Jordan 40 Granger 23
Woods Cross 27 Roy 6

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

117th Season of High School Football Ready to Kick-off in Utah

by Jeff Fisher


48 games kick-off the 117th season of Utah high school football this weekend. Timpview, owners of a state record 36-game win streak, will be trying to write another chapter in its football history this season.

The T-Birds, who have won three straight 4A state titles, opens with Pleasant Grove Friday night. The Salt Lake Tribune is reporting that Timpview has some holes to fill and a very tough early season schedule.

Meanwhile the Deseret News has a lot of fun facts about the 2009 season.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

KJZZ-TV to Air Utah High School Football Games

by Jeff Fisher


KJZZ has announced that it will broadcast 10 regular season high school football games, plus regional playoffs and the 3A, 4A and 5A championship games this season. It all gets started next Friday night with the Mountain Crest/Highland game.

“The Fan Sports Network is proud to continue its extensive coverage of local high-school sports. We are especially pleased to partner with great companies like Farmers Insurance Group. It’s partners like this that allow us to make a positive difference in our local communites and the lives of our children.” said WJZZ General Manager Chris Baum.

Here's the broadcast schedule:

Fri, August 21 - Mountain Crest @ Highland, 7 p.m.
Fri, August 28 - Jordan @ Layton, 7 p.m.
Fri, September 4 - Timpview @ Alta, 7 p.m.
Fri, September 11 - Davis @ Syracuse, 7 p.m.
Fri, September 18 - Bingham @ Cottonwood, 7 p.m.
Fri, September 25 - Sky View @ Logan, 7 p.m.
Wed, September 30 - Bountiful @ East, 7 p.m.
Fri, October 9 - Pleasant Grove @ Brighton, 7 p.m.
Fri, October 16 - Hunter @ Skyline, 7 p.m.
Fri, October 23 - Morgan @ Juan Diego, 7 p.m.
TBD - Region Playoffs
TBD - 3A, 4A, 5A State Championship Games

For high school football news from around America, go to The High School Football Huddle.

Monday, August 03, 2009

Utah High School Football Practice Begins Next Week

by Jeff Fisher

Practice begins in Utah next Monday for all 99 schools in the state. Some things to check-out to get ready for the season...the reclassification and realignment that was done by the Utah High School Activties Association during the off-season; the second week battle between state 5A powers Alta and Bingham and whether Timpview can extend its state record 36-game win streak.

Click here to read a great pre-season primer from the Desert News.

Also, please click on the teams below to get pre-season reports from the Salt Lake Trib and Desert News.

Brighton Bengals
Bountiful Braves
Cyprus Pirates
Delta Rabbits...34 straight years in Utah post-season
Emery Spartans
Enterprise Wolves
East Leopards
Granger Lancers
Gunnison Bulldogs
Highland Rams
Hillcrest Huskies
Jordan Beetdiggers
Juan Diego Soaring Eagle
Judge Memorial Bulldogs
Kanab Cowboys
Layton Lancers
Lone Peak Knights
Monument Valley Cougars
Murray Spartans
North Sevier Wolves
Olympus Titans
Viewmont Vikings
Park City Miners
Payson Lions
Rich Rebels
Riverton Silverwolves
Springville Red Devils...coached by former NFL QB Scott Mitchell
Stansbury Stallions
Taylorsville Warriors
Timpanogos Timberwolves

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series Announces Texas Games

by Jeff Fisher

The Dallas Cowboys new home will play host to a high school football quadruple-header on Monday, September 7th as part of the Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Series.

As I mentioned earlier in the week, the showcase game will pit 2007 Texas 5A Division I champ Euless Trinity against Utah power Bingham. Bingham, which lost in the state's 5A championship game in 2008, is led by junior running back Harvey Langi, who was third in the state in rushing last year with 1,371 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns. The Texas/Utah showdown will kick things off at noon with the game being broadcast nationally by ESPN.

The other interstate match-up is between Klein Oak (TX) taking-on Notre Dame Prep from Sherman Oaks, California. Notre Dame is led by one of the top junior quarterbacks in the country. Ryan Kasdorf (6-2, 205) was named the state's Gatorade Player of the Year after passing for nearly 3,300 yards and 36 touchdowns.

“Intersport is proud to team with Burger King, Fox Sports Net, and Kirk Herbstreit to once again bring you the best high school football in the nation,” said Intersport, Inc. Event Manager Joseph Salituro. “We look forward to having the new Cowboys Stadium as our host. We are excited for the players, coaches, and fans to experience this once in a lifetime opportunity. The four matchups that we have provided will be a great introduction of high school football to this wonderful facility.”

Here's the schedule for the day, plus the Ohio match-ups that were released earlier this year:

Texas Games at Cowboys Stadium
September 7, 2009


Noon - Euless Trinity (TX) vs. Bingham (UT)
2:30 P.M. - Klein Oak (TX) vs. Notre Dame Prep (CA)
5:00 P.M. - Colleyville Heritage (TX) vs. Irving MacArthur (TX)
7:30 P.M. - Mansfield Timberview (TX) vs. Mansfield Summit (TX)

Ohio Games at Ohio Stadium
August 29, 2009


Noon - Upper Arlington (OH) vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL)
3:30 P.M. - Hilliard Davidson (OH) vs. Westville South (OH)

August 30, 2009

Noon - Olentangy Liberty (OH) vs. Dublin Coffman (OH)
3:30 P.M. - Orange Lutheran (CA) vs. Pickerington Central (OH)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Rocky Mountain Rumble: Round 2

by Jeff Fisher


Idaho vs. Utah bragging rights will be on-the-line at Holt Arena at Idaho State University when the Rocky Mountain Rumble returns on September 12th.

Here's the way the quadruple-header stacks-up:

11:00am Sky View Bobcats (UT) vs. Lake City Timberwolves (ID)
2:00pm Bear River Bears (UT) vs. Minico Spartans (ID)
5:00pm Mountain Crest Mustangs (UT) vs. Pocatello Indians (ID)
8:00pm Highland Rams (UT) vs. Highland Rams (ID)

Alta and Bingham Are The Teams to Watch in Utah

by Jeff Fisher

With Utah gaining more-and-more notoriety on the national college football scene, it only stands to reason that high school football in the state has something to do with the Utes rise to national prominence.

Today, the Salt Lake Tribune has a story that looks at Alta and Bingham high schools. Both teams enter the season ranked in Max Preps.com's Top 50....Bingham is 27th and Alta 31st. Alta teams will have an opportunity to show what the state's top program is made of when the Hawks face one of the top teams from Texas early in the 2009 season.

Alta faces Trinity of Euless, Texas in the Herbstreit Varsity Series. Trinity spent most of the 2008 season ranked #1 by several top national publications. However, before the September 7th match-up, Alta and Bingham have their own little squabble to settle when they square-off on August 28th.

The Alta Hawks are Utah's two-time defending 5A state champs entering the season, but didn't ascend to the top of the heap until 2007 when it finally disposed of Bingham in the state semis. Last year Alta won its second straight title by beating its arch-rival in the title game.

Click here to read today's story in the Salt Lake Trib.

For more stories from Utah, click here to go to The High School Football Huddle.
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