Farmington QB Wyatt Evertsen Throws Two Touchdowns In Win Over Syracuse
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Phoenix quarterback Wyatt Evertsen threw two touchdown passes and ran for another one, while Cannon Toone had a receiving and rushing touchdown.
Brevin Hamblin scored both touchdowns for the Titans.
Here are the rest of the results from the 6A classification in the second week of the high school football season:
Corner Canyon 31 at Herriman 0
BYU commit Josh Wilson, the brother of Cougars quarterback Zach Wilson returned an interception 46-yards for a touchdown for Corner Canyon. The Chargers had two rushing touchdowns from Austin Bell and quarterback Cole Hagen found Noah Kjar for a score as Corner Canyon posted a shutout over Herriman.
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— CornerCanyonFootball (@CCHSFOOTBALL_) August 24, 2019
Cottonwood 13 at West 66
Abraham Williams had four rushing touchdowns, while Clarence Butler added 3 scores on the ground. The Panthers scored 38 points in the first quarter. Michael Faletea and Treyson Johnson each added one rushing touchdown as West scored 9 rushing touchdowns.
Joseph Madrigal and Reggie Nielson each ran in a touchdown for Cottonwood in the loss.
Hillcrest 0 at Copper Hills 21
The Grizzlies scored one touchdown in each of the last three quarters in their shutout win over Hillcrest. Marley Manuha, Cody Lazenby and Daniel Gonzalez each found the end zone in the win.
— Copper Hills High (@Copperhillshigh) August 24, 2019
Hunter 31 at Clearfield 8
Wolverines quarterback DaiSean Cash threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, accounting for all five Hunter touchdowns with Saia Lomu catching two of those scores. Austin Call scored Clearfield’s only touchdown.
Lone Peak 38 at Jordan 13
Lone Peak scored all of their 38 points in the first half, while holding the Beetdiggers scoreless. Quarterback JD Neeleman had four passing touchdowns, connecting with Max Towbridge and Takeao Hansen once and Shawn Wood twice.
Kadius Fumanon had one passing and one rushing touchdown in the loss.
Ridgeline 28 at Cyprus 13
Jovesa Damuni had two rushing touchdowns for Ridgeline. Noah White had a rushing touchdown and Kaden Cox found Cameron Dahle in the win. Jhdhan Lester and Isaia Faatau each scored touchdowns for the Pirates.
Sky View 10 at Skyridge 18
Skyridge had two safeties in the win, while getting touchdowns from Jeter Fenton and Emmett Call. Sky View quarterback Mason Falslev found Scout Morris for the Bobcats only touchdown.
Taylorsville 0 at Bingham 38
The Miners scored all 38 points in the first three quarters. Troy Mehn had two passing touchdowns with Preston Larson and Samuel Sinoti each running in for a score as Bingham posted the shutout over Taylorsville.
West Jordan 12 at Riverton 15
Riverton trailed by five in the fourth quarter when quarterback Jaxon Howard connected with Hayden Turvile for a touchdown in the final two minutes. Kaleb Hamblin scored the other touchdown with a 38-yard interception. Benjamin Anderson ran in the lone touchdown for West Jordan.
Woods Cross 27 at Northridge 21
The Wildcats scored all 27 points before Northridge found the end zone. Quarterback Carter Weierman found Luke Hyde for three of the four touchdowns and connected with Braden Freestone on the other. A pick-six by Diesel Freeman, a 63-yard touchdown pass from Colby Browning and Andres Esparza, and a Zanoah Martinez score wasn’t enough to complete the comeback for Northridge.