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Snow Canyon Cruises Past Hurricane In Big Shutout

Sep 16, 2022, 10:24 PM
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Snow Canyon’s Braxton Hickman makes a catch and runs it in for a touchdown, putting Snow Canyon up 7-0 over Pine View after the point after touchdown, in a 4A semifinal football game at Pine View High School in St. George on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. (Courtesy of Deseret News)
(Courtesy of Deseret News)

SALT LAKE CITY – The Snow Canyon Warriors blanked the Hurricane Tigers, 47-0.

Hurricane 0 @ Snow Canyon 47

The Warriors scored 33 points in the first half and cruised to the win. Warriors quarterback Hunter Johnson threw three touchdown passes. Johnson and Max Reynolds each scored a pair of rushing touchdowns in the game. With the win, the Warriors improved to 3-3 and the Tigers dropped to 1-5.

Here are all of the results in the 4A classification from the sixth week of the 2022 high school football season.

Region 10

Cedar City 31 @ Pine View 28 OT

The Cedar City Reds came away victorious after a 31-28 overtime contest against the Pine View Panthers. Cedar City tied the game with a touchdown pass from Koden Lunt to Logen Wesolowski with less than eight minutes left in the game. The Reds went on to capture the game in overtime thanks to a 38-yard field goal by Parker Kucifer. Lunt finished the game with three total touchdowns. With the result, the Reds improved to 3-3 and the Panthers fell to 0-5.

Desert Hills 56 @ Dixie 21

The Desert Hills Thunder took down the Dixie Flyers on Friday, 56-21. After a 7-7 first quarter, the Thunder outscored the Flyers, 42-7, over the next two quarters. Kona Crowell, Tyden Morris, and Noah Fuailetolo each accounted for two touchdowns. With the result, the Thunder improved to a 4-2 record and the Flyder fell to 3-2.

Region 11

Bear River 41 @ Logan 20

The Bear River Bears beat the Logan Grizzlies, 41-20. Bear River started the game with an early touchdown and never looked back. A 28-point first half helped the Bears take down the Grizzlies. Ryker Jeppsen accounted for four Bear River touchdowns. With the result, the Bears moved to 2-4 and the Grizzlies dropped to 3-3.

Green Canyon 0 @ Mountain Crest 14

The Mountain Crest Mustangs ran past the Green Canyon Wolves on Friday, 14-0. Mountain Crest scored a touchdown in the second quarter on a connection between Casey Crofts and Thatcher Phelps. The Mustangs final score came in the fourth quarter on a run by Dontay McMurtrey. With the result, the Mustangs moved to 3-3 and the Wolves fell to a 1-5 record this season.

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