Turnovers doom the Clearfield Falcons to a third straight loss

Turnovers doom the Clearfield Falcons to a third straight loss

Falcons remain winless with a loss at the Roy Royals 52-13

The Royals jumped on the Clearfield Falcons in the first quarter with an 18-0 lead. The Falcons fumbled on consecutive drives that led to the quick Roy scores. DaeQwan Snider scored on a 17-yard run, and Cove Rodriguez was on the receiving end of a 41-yard pass from Dru Gardner for Royal’s second touchdown.

The Falcons scored early in the second quarter on a 4-yard pass from quarterback Lincoln Church to wide receiver CJ Brakey. The rest of the half was all Roy as Jaydan Hurt scored from 6 yards out after two long passes from Dru Gardner to Cole West set up the score. Cole West also scored on a 2-yard sweep with 1:53 left, giving Roy a commanding 32-7 lead.

Roy linebacker Cove Rodriguez intercepted a Falcon pass on the next play to give the Royals another scoring opportunity. Gardner then found wide receiver Corben Schuffenhauer with a highlight catch from 27 yards out before the half.

The second half saw the teams exchange interceptions and safety scored by Clearfield. The Falcons kicker Trace Hansen kicked a 27-yard field goal to end the third quarter and make the score 39-12. Roy scored the final points on touchdown passes from Colby Frokjer to Isaiah Morris and DaVon Harvey to end the game with a 52-13 Roy win.

Clearfield saw an outstanding effort by wide receiver Tanner Hittle and Hudson Dugger

The Royals had a tremendous defensive effort led by linebackers Maxx Johnson, Peyton Yoder, Hunter Raines, and Kempton Christensen.

Syracuse pounded Westlake for its first win 37-13

The Titans used rushing touchdowns from Kobe Bennett, Josh Burns, and Brevin Hamblin to pick up their first win of the season. “The key was playing together as a team,” said running back Kobe Bennett, “we just all worked together tonight and that was the key to victory.” Titans’ kicker Rhett Thompson converted on three field goals and was responsible for 13 of the Titan’s points.

Weber Warriors fall to the Bonneville Lakers 38-20

Weber could not overcome a 21-0 halftime deficit and fell to 0-3 to start the season. The Lakers moved to 3-0 with the victory. Laker quarterback Jaxon Johnson passed for three touchdowns in the win. Warrior quarterback Aidan Carter responded with three touchdown passes in the loss.

Layton Lancers defeat Lewiston (ID) 41-28

In an early afternoon out-of-state game, the Lancers defeat Lewiston (ID). Layton quarterback Tyler Wensel scored three rushing touchdowns in the Lancer victory. Layton moves to 3-0 for the first time since 2016.

Davis Darts uses a strong start to down the Granger Lancers 28-14

The Darts led 21-0 after the first quarter and held on to defeat Granger and pick up their first win of the season. Quarterback Jackson Stevens threw two touchdown passes as the Darts played at home for the first time this season. After not scoring in their first two games the Darts wasted no time in finding the end zone with first-quarter touchdowns from Easton Baggett, Josh Barker, and Tyce Wilson.

Farmington Phoenix explodes for 62 points in a win over the Maple Mountain Golden Eagles

The Phoenix remained undefeated in running past the Golden Eagles by the score of 62-7. The dominating performance was led by quarterback Easton Wight’s 5 touchdown passes, and tight end Mitch Nielsen’s 8 catches for 167 yards and 3 touchdowns. Also catching touchdown passes from Wight were Camden Stewart and Dayton Runyan. The Phoenix defense also got into the scoring with a fumble recovery for a touchdown by linebacker Jed Judkins and an interception return for a touchdown by Dayton Runyan. Farmington improves to a Region best with Layton at 3-0.

Fremont Silverwolves suffer a loss to the East Leopards and fall to 0-3

The Silverwolves’ defense has given up 30 or more points in all three of their losses. East led the contest 14-3 at halftime, then used a punishing ground game to close out the Silverwolves in the fourth quarter. East rushing attack accounted for all six of their touchdowns. The loss takes Fremont to 0-3 and the defense now has given up a total of 129 points in three games. The final score of the contest was 43-10.

Photo courtesy James Tate

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