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Sky View Upsets No. 24 Logan With Blowout Victory

Sky View football holds off Pine View and claims the 4A state championship with a 39-33 victory on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. (Courtesy of Deseret News)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Sky View Bobcats upset the No. 24 Logan Grizzlies, 42-7.

Sky View 42 @ No. 24 Logan 7

Bobcats quarterback Garrett Zollinger accounted for three touchdowns. Sky View’s Truman Moser ran for three touchdowns in the Bobcats’ win. With the result, Sky View improved to a record of 4-3 and Logan fell to 5-2 on the season.

Here are all of the results in the 4A classification from the seventh week of the high school football season.

Region 10

Snow Canyon 33 @ No. 18 Desert Hills 35

The No. 18 Desert Hills Thunder avoided an upset and snuck past the Snow Canyon Warriors, 35-33. Desert Hills scored the game-winning touchdown with 58 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Thunder quarterback Noah Fuailetolo tossed four touchdown passes. With the result, Desert Hills improved to a record of 6-1 and Snow Canyon fell to 4-3 on the season.

Crimson Cliffs 45 @ Hurricane 0

The Crimson Cliffs Mustangs ran past the Hurricane Tigers, 42-0. Crimson Cliffs’ Easton Droubay and Gunner Orr both scored a pair of touchdowns in the game. With the result, Crimson Cliffs improved to a record of 4-3 and Hurricane fell to 2-5 on the season.

Cedar City 0 @ Dixie 42

The Dixie Flyers shut out the Cedar City Reds, 42-0. Dixie’s Seth Takau accounted for four touchdowns. With the result, Dixie improved to a record of 3-3 and Cedar City fell to 2-5 on the season.

Region 11

Bear River 7 @ Green Canyon 38

The Green Canyon Wolves took down the Bear River Bears on Friday night, 38-7. Six different players scored touchdowns for the Wolves. With the result, Green Canyon improved to a record of 6-1 and Bear River fell to 0-7 on the season.

No. 9 Ridgeline 56 @ Mountain Crest 20

The No. 9 Ridgeline RiverHawks flew past the Mountain Crest Mustangs, 56-20. RiverHawks quarterback Kaden Cox threw six touchdown passes during the game. With the result, Ridgeline improved to a record of 7-0 and Mountain Crest fell to 1-6 on the season.


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