Stansbury Defense, Running Game Shutout Rival Tooele
STANSBURY, Utah – The Stansbury Stallions beat the Tooele Buffaloes 38-0, for their eighth win in the last 11 years in the cross-town rivalry on the KSL Game Night Live Game of the Week.
Stansbury started the game with a field goal in the first quarter before they turned it up offensively in the second period.
Running back Tommy Christopherson scored the first touchdown on a 31-yard run to put Stansbury up 10-0.
Christopherson finished with three rushing touchdowns and over 200 yards on the ground.
Before halftime, quarterback Kru Huxford ran in a touchdown from one-yard away to give Stansbury a 17-0 lead at the break.
Near the end of the third quarter, Huxford connected with Taegon Harris on a 74-yard touchdown pass.
The fourth quarter was all Christopherson, as he racked up an 80-yard touchdown run midway through the period.
Let the game begin! Go SHS…Let’s get a little bit rowdy!! pic.twitter.com/9PldCQJK5q
— Stansbury High (@StansburyHigh) September 14, 2019
He put the game away with a six-yard score with under three minutes left in the game.
Stansbury improved their record to 3-2 and will travel to Park City next Friday.
Tooele dropped to 2-3 and will host Ogden next Friday.
The KSL Game Night Live Game of the Week next Friday will be in Cache Valley as Sky View and Ridgeline will square off. The game will begin at 7 p.m. and will be streamed on the KSL TV app and KSLSports.com
Cedar City 43 at Canyon View 7
The Cedar City Reds took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter of the game and never looked back. Reds QB, Jaron Garret threw for three touchdowns on the night. Cedar City wide receiver, Kolbe Meek was on the receiving end of all three of those passes. Meek also had a rushing TD in the win.
Hurricane 25 at Desert Hills 40
An explosive 2nd quarter from Desert Hills helped them pull out a 40-25 win against Hurricane on Friday evening. Desert Hills QB, Logan Wilstead threw for four touchdowns in the victory. Hurricane’s Andrew Mangelson had two rushing scores in the defeat.
Pine View 49 at Crimson Cliffs 7
Pine View scored 14 points in each of the first three quarters to blow out Crimson Cliffs. Pine View QB, Macloud Crowton threw three touchdowns in the win. Crimson Cliffs gave up the first seven scores of the game before getting on the board with a TD with 49 seconds left in the game.
Pass blocked. Turn over on downs pine View ball
— Crimson Cliffs Football 🏈 (@CCHSfbStampede) September 14, 2019
Snow Canyon 28 at Dixie 34
A 20-point 2nd Quarter propelled the Dixie Flyers to a six-point victory on Friday evening. The Flyers scored four touchdowns on the ground in the victory. Preston Moore was responsible for two scores while Keaton Schweitzer and Reggie Graff each had one rushing TD. Graff threw for an additional touchdown in the win.
Great game at Dixie High. Snow Canyon scored first. Dixie answered. Go Flyers!!!! pic.twitter.com/hqx1ai25yz
— Dixie High Sports (@DixieHighTeams) September 14, 2019
Ben Lomond 0 at Cedar Valley 35
The Cedar Valley Aviators won their first game in school history on Friday night. Ben Lomond traveled to Eagle Mountain only to be shutout by the Aviators 35-0. After a scoreless 1st quarter, the Aviators scored 21 points in the 2nd quarter. Cedar Valley QB, Jaxson Hooley threw four touchdown passes in the win.
21-0 Cedar Valley at half
— Ben Lomond High School Sports (@BLHS_Scots_AD) September 14, 2019
Mountain View 42 at Uintah 10
Mountain View scored two touchdowns in each of the final three quarters to get the 42-10 win on the road. Mountain View’s Peter Magaoay was responsible for four touchdowns in the blowout victory. Uintah QB, Easton Taylor had a touchdown pass to Jackson Taylor in the loss.
Park City 59 at Ogden 14
The Park City Miners scored five of the first six touchdowns and eight touchdowns in total to get the 59-14 blowout victory. Miners QB, Jack Skidmore had three passing TDs in the win. Ogden’s Braxten Shobe was responsible for two TDs in the loss.
Bear River 20 at Ridgeline 14
Ridgeline scored the first two touchdowns of the game. Bear River answered back with three scores of their own and held the Riverhawks scoreless in the second half. Each team had a defensive touchdown in the game. Ridgeline’s Brandon Cook had a 45-yard fumble recovery for a TD. Bear River had a fumble recovery for TD from Justice Dworshak and a 70-yard interception for TD from REn Fonnesbeck in the win.
Green Canyon 24 at Sky View 32
It was a back-and-forth game between Sky View and Green Canyon on Friday night. Both teams scored in each quarter of play. Green Canyon QB, Jacob Lundin had three touchdowns in the game. Sky View’s Kason Carlsen had three rushing TDs in the win.
Logan 13 at Mountain Crest 33
Logan was responsible for the first two touchdowns on the night including a 51-yard pass from JJ Sargent to Ethan Wilson. Mountain Crest answered back with the next five touchdowns of the game to get the 33-13 win. Mountain Crest QB, Taden Burbank had two touchdowns in the victory. Logan’s Wilson had an additional TD reception from Sargent in the loss.