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a v A l l l HERAlu Saturday, September 11,2004 HIGH SCHOOLS BY THE NUMBERS , Number of yards rushing that Class 3A Delta piled up againsi Class 5A Kearns in a victory. The Rabbits scored six rush- 422 36 87 ing touchdowns against the Cougars. Team Clint Christiansen head coach after the Bulldogs beat Pleasant first victory after 13 straight losses Provo Grove' for their ' Covey, quarterback, Tlmpview Covey threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns 43--7 payback victory over Logan. I Jordan ' Team in TJmpview's Smith ran for 151 yards on 18 carries and scored two touchdowns in the Wasps' 36--0 shutout of Carbon. IJerrit Lui, Number of yards Willis Ferguson returned a fumble for a touchdown against Lehi Ferguson recovered three fumbles in the game that Ameri- Mob Argyle, running back, Provo Argyle rushed for 162 yards and two TDs in Provo's first win of the season. Argyle had 19 carries in the game. fullback, Timpanogos Lui had 22 carries for 208 yards in L6hi(8) ;J 0-- 3 a loss to Spanish Fork. 00 2-- 0 00 2--2 CORRESPONDENT Midway through the third quarter on Friday night, Provo (1-found itself in unfamiliar territory. After 13 straight losses, the Bulldogs had a 3 lead and Pleasant Grove (0-- on its heels, line backed up to its own thanks to a punt from Proov's Danny Bell. Provo's huge defensive line (known by the home fans as the Green Wall) could feel the momentum swinging its way as it 7-- 4) 50-ya-rd 2-- 2 00 04 marched onto the field. On a second-and-- 3 from the line, the Bulldogs' Austin Alder stepped in and picked off a short Pleasant Grove pass and ran it 17 yards into the end zone for a 13-- 3 lead. That gave Provo the boost it needed to earn a 21-- 9 victory over the Vikings on Friday night, giving the Bulldogs their first victory in more than a year. Alder's touchdown got the crowd chanting. But Provo really started celebrating three minutes into the fourth when its of fense marched 64 yards for another touchdown. The Bulldogs' Rob Argyle scored on a run and followed it up with a nine turnovers. Lehi fumbled the ball six times, lost four of those fumbles and threw two Jared Lloyd HERALD How much difference can one inadvertent whistle make? Lehi may always wonder. Early in the third quarter of LeM's homecoming football game Friday, the Pioneers drove into American Fork territory, trailing 10-- Running back Tyson Thompson scrambled down the sideline, apparently going down a yard short of the marker at the line. Cavemen But after the officials conferred, they determined the play had been blown dead at line by an inadverthe tent whistle. Instead of the Pioneers were backed up to a third-and-Instead of a Thompson plunge or a sneak, quarterback Aaron Larson rolled out to pass. When he was blindsided by a blitzing Caveman, the ball popped free. American Fork defensive end Willis Ferguson scooped up the neglected item, one of three he fell on during the game. He bobbled it, then raced 58 yards into the end zone to put the Cavemen up, 16-American Fork dominated the rest of the third quarter, cruising to the 4 win over ' rivals. their cross-tow- n "I thought we got turnovers at very opportune times," Cavemen head coach Davis Knight said. "With it being 10-- 7 at the half, we needed a couple of things to go our way." Neither coach will feel comfortable with their execution in a sloppy game that featured 34-ya- 3rd-and-- 1, 4. 7. 31-1- conrun for the two-poiversion, giving Provo a commanding 21-- lead. From then on, the public address announcer came on every two minutes to beg the hyped Provo crowd not to rush the field after the game. Even when the Vikings scored a touchdown late in the fourth, the Provo fans did not stop celebrating. "We're slowly progressing," 3 (KTlDiUi 74 SPBINGVItiEaO.OREM14 Oram prinQTrila 0 3 7 0 7 4 7 Sfntoi z run (Teuscner 14 30 Kick) r?L - Continued from CI the Red Devils would need because the defense wouldn't budge. Springville shut out Orem in the second half and finished off the Tigers when Orem opted to try a fake punt on its own 25 with 5:50 left in the game.. Springville sniffed out the fake and tackled Orem's Brandon Hatch short of the first down to set up Sommer-feldt- 's touchdown run. "We played much better in the second half, especially on defense," said Springville coach Doug Bills. "We spread it out a lot more. They came out in an eight-mafront trying to stop Trevyn, but we had a lot of other players step up and get the job done. Orem did an admirable job holding 106 yards rushSmith to a season-loing, but the Tigers found out when you stop one leak in Orem's offense, another leak is bound to burst out. Springville got on the board first when the Smith scored on an run on the Red Devils' second possession of the night. After SpringviDe's defense forced Orem to punt, the Red Devils took advantage of a nine-yar- d Tiger punt that gave Springville the ball on the Orem " n w 25. Pickering then hit Sommerf eldt on a swing pass that went for 23 yards. 20-ya- 4-- A 2, 19 pass from lmtt run rjJer DaRawison3njn(ldctod) (Anderson 2 ran 7 7 20 53 Pace (Chet kick) (kick failed) 14run (Arideraon kick) 8 run (AJex Sweat WcK) Archtoaid rtendrtx PROVO 21, PLEASANT Plmisnt Stow 0 7 Prow 3 0 9 GROVE 0 0 0 0 0 21 rotum 17 Interception 7 PtKyteBee pass from Justin He Jackson 7 0 0 7 7 pass from 19 - (run faued) (Jackson " SrmBtad (kick 8 pass from Btackett (kick failed) 40 pass from Btackett (pass tailed) 68 ran (Gunny kick) Greenhalgh 49 ran (GwHory kick) Ban 25 run (kick railed) 80 irrrerceotwi return (kick fated) Nielsen 7 0 Covey (Dave kick) 36. CARBON 0 WASATCH . . r T ? ETUI 22 run (Jackson kick). 1 run (Barrett run) Lone Peak ft B from pass from Covey (Jackson kick) pass from Nelson (Cam kick) 17 fl " " u3Lt4M,m' 43 Stephen 7 20 kick) Unga 15 run Truifci (Sweat kick) oau. (kick failed) WWEW4U6GAN7 21 DOoss53rw(nnonkJck) mc1S past from Brandon JUAB 38. SOUTH SUMMIT 13 15 run (Danrr, Bell kick) Wflbb 12 FG Hunter whips SPANISH FORK 28, TIMPANOGOS 21 " Z 9 num North) Spanish Fork Timpanogos Beky Beaton HERALD 0 20 7 40 run 21 CORRESPONDENT Hyde from Nate Fullmer pass (Johansen kick) 2 ran (Johansen kick) 32 pass from Norm (Johansen kick) (Cory Bowler NORTH The Asiata family show made an appearance in Highland on Friday night as the talented brothers scored four touchdowns for 5A defending state champion Hunter in a 27-- win over Lone Peak. The Knights were unable to stop trie Wolverines' punishing ground game. ' After forcing a Lone Peak punt, Matt Asiata scored on Hunter's first play from scrimrun mage on a Asiata scored again a few minutes later on an run. The kick was tipped and no good, and Hunter led 13-Stephen Jensen broke a return on the following kickoff to set Lone Peak up at the Hunter 43. This time the Knights line reached the Wolverine after Corey Stilson picked up a . 0 7 14 0 0 7 Lyons 22 SUMMIT SUST" SL SF)evenDovlney31JassYomRc(Tuclulo SFat)ySrie(jnerd2ran(UcklaJled;badsnap) ZZSSXS nSSET0 0 ' Z? n !? kick) rLrlrmOottfafcoT 39 'J n I nil (kick faiW) 6 AMERICAN fST""' 14 LEH1 ! 1 L. Z MANTI sW ! Z' ZSSS vSlTutKkr UaSuU' BONNEVILLE n'..- a -i ??5!! Hutchinaon 49-ya- 7 21 55 run (Shupe 1 run (Shupe kick) 4 run (Shupe kick) run (Stupe kick) 4 m a 7 7 6 run i Huntsr Lone Peak 13 74 I Pea Asiata 6 run (run failed) Rasmussen 12 pass from 0 0 1 m 0 PaytM Cottanwnd 13 50, 0 20 ?S?2 00004 0 Ouowy 003 1000 BUI -0- 0S -1-5132 . w&,lP.nfin.&-l.stoMii,D.$tttMi3t- (S. Asiata pass Burgess GOlf (lime 20 PAYSON 14 7 3 lmmKW,mimnmpmmma):. 378 Pleasant 389 3. Orem (1,157), 2. Grove (1,1 73), 20 Uir)Pak399(1,198),4.Tlir)irjgos4M(1,216l.5 10 SO Mountain (1,358). Jernen, Please and Dan Reld, Orem, 70; 3. (He) Steve Carter, and Conkn Gun, ovem, 76; 5. (tie) Davts Gul, Orem, 77, Zack Stratton, Orem, and Zach Janiec, Lone Peak, 77; 8. (He) Jeff Hotmet, and Pleasant pass from fJate (ChrtsfJaraen pass from Blake Francom Grove, kick) Ryan Ftiilllos. (Francom Timpanogos. Johnson P40uist2rrrOTrK(rfancomrun) 20 . ' Orem: 78; 10. THranogos, Andrw Hurtsm Ovarii Mbafaal standhgcl 215,2.Jer218,3.PMIipsm4.S1ratton234,5. (Chrtetiansm FG view 441 MhrkMrasl. (tie) Dane Grove, Wal 20 from Cate No. 0 99 Uck return (Oirlstlansen 48 pass from Cate (kick faSed) 80 fMrrornCate (pass failed) pass mm Sctrieid(D),wai(D). 0 20 -35 . Rtgtm 7 Tournamrit COTTONWOOD 14 14 14- m 000 000 213 202 expired) C4iavi(i from Salanoa) failed) 7 OuQuny TYT2? 0 TJ (run failed) NORTH SANPETE 8 Smmi TMc kick) pan from 42 Salanoa sritniiMBaiBr 58 Asata Pea) rrr 1A nfl.gftHj.l run (ArJarraon lock) Asiata 84 run (lock blocked) from 35, &MMb m m 0000-- Asiata , 0 27, LONE PEAK 6 HUNTER "" Morth kk) 3 run (Brian Smrth kick) 94 Uck return (Shupe Utt) e 14 (crBSion SKY VIEW 7 VIEW IWAntDlnj 5 ran (Shupe o 12 mxn 7 ""MframTaylor "-- a 2 Net" H lKyleHat2ran(uftirtikiie MOUNTAIN 42, o 14J0 "-- J ' 14 GRAND 42, o MantJ tfltoSJwn2ndrt.faaft 0. went on to catch four passes during the drive. On third down, Asiata stepped in front of a receiver to intercept the ball in the end zone and brought it out to the 26. Hunter went on to score when quarterback T J. Pea found Sean Asiata out in front of everyone and he scored. The two connected again on the two-poiconversion for a 21-- lead. Lone Peak missed a field goal just before the break. Lone Peak's lone score came when quarterback Bill Burgess connected with Taft Rasmussen as time expired in the fourth quarter. 31, I n 84-ya-rd firstaowncnaburnpand-ruaH- FORK ifiS??ISSI,n,irni1,i 58-ya- Ash-wort- 37-ya- Thompson kkA) 42 fated) (lock 53, KEARNS 14 Kae StSlLP2J!l1J" Badger (2-0- ). 68-ya- rd Anrjcrnn cl7",LlT SSMMlMimVMemU) (3-1- Smith then dove in from two yards out to put Springville up 14-- 0 following Teuscher's extra point. Orem refused to let Springville run away. The Tigers responded with a touchdown drive that was capped by a pass from Nate Jones to Bryan Gonzalez. Springville responded with a touchdown drive of its own that was set up by a pass from Pickering to Kirk Doxey. Smith then scored his third touchdown of the first half when he ran through a gaping hole in the left side of Orem's defense to score from 10 yards out. Jones helped Orem gain the momentum heading into the locker room. He scrambled for runs of 14 and 16 yards that set up a three-yar- d fade pass to Alex Call with 21 seconds left in the half to cut the lead to 20-1- 4 followed an extra points by Kai Kamoe. "We've got to put a whole game together on offense and defense," said Orem coach Bob Steele. "If we're to go as far as we want to go we have to be able to beat teams like this." Springville improved to 0 on the year, while Orem dropped to I North Summit 19, Gunnison (k At Gunnison, Curtis Louder scored all three touchdowns for North Summit to fead the Braves past Gunnison. Guruiison (2-- 0--1 2A North) looks to rebound at Beaver on Friday. ly,, tc iOGa37pas.lromttmjonM(KaiKan. SSL,in.h!. n?2 VI. 8 pass from Francom ran (Christiansen kick) DELTA - 0 Sl!27,Sm,,J,8!!i!i?S?l70,SCw Lehi. you've got kids like that, they'll get better." The Pioneers (2-- begin Region 8 play next week by welcoming North Sanpete. The Cavemen ) go home to host interceptions. Even though American Fork dominated statistically, finishLone Peak. ing with 268 yards of total ofI Manti 42. Grand 14: At Manti, fense, they also put the ball on the ground five times, losing Taylor Salanoa rushed for 108 two fumbles. yards and three touchdowns The Cavemen caught two and threw for 211 yards on lucky bounces on the offensive passes and two more ' side of the ball. After picking touchdowns to lead Manti past Grand. up a Pioneer fumble in the second quarter, Devey found split Devan Frischknecht had nine end Brandon Banks over the catches for 156 yards for the middle for an Templars As Banks struggled for the I Timpview 43 Logan 7: At Loextra yard, the ball bounced gan, Timpview avenged its season-endin- g loss from last away. Four Lehi defenders overran the ball, allowing year's playoff s in a big way American Fork to recover. On with a 3&point win on the the next play, Devey hit road. flanker Austin Haws for a Timpview punished Logan touchdowa with a balanced offensive atIn the third quarter, the Cave- tack. Harvey Unga rushed for men again fumbled inside the 147 yards and three touchPioneer red zone, but were able downs and Stephen Covey to recover the ball and keep the passed for 248 yards and three drive alive. Devey kept the ball scores to account for all of himself on the next play, scorh Timpview's TDs. Luke was Covey's main taring from 13 yards out to put the game away. get, as he caught nine passes "I'm proud of the way our worth 121 yards and two kids came out after halftime," touchdowns. Knight said. "As a coach, we Timpview has next week off work on having kids who can before opening Region 6 play come out strong in the second at home against Spanish Fork half . The defense really on Sept. 24. swarmed well in the third quar- I Cottonwood 50, Payson 20: At ter." Salt Lake City, the Colts never American Fork will also looked back after Stanley Hav-il- i work on the mental mistakes took the opening kickoff 99 that led to 10 penalties for 95 yards for a touchdown. '. For Payson, Blake Francom yards. "Isn't it irritating?" Knight threw three touchdowns, includsaid. "Most of the kids have aling one to Steve Wall and one to ready tome to me and said, NateQuist. Payson (03) will 'Coach, I messed up.' When iace Orem on the road Friday. Springville Bison, 79. Reid 235, 6. Huntsman and Janiec 236, 8. Ouin Lone Peak, 238, 9. Nick Hdmstead, Lone Peak. 240 I Juab 38, South Summit 13: At Nephi, Shane Blackett threw for 160 yards and three touchdowns in helping Juab remain undefeated. Blackett's favorite receiver Was Matt Howard, who hauled in three passes two for touchdowns. Jade Greenhalgh and Zac Barr also got in on the offensive parade, as TD and Greenhalgh ran for a Barr scampered for a score. Juab (4-travels to Grand on Friday. 68-ya- d I Bonneville 42, Mountain View: At. Washington Terrace, Aric Hutchinson put on a clinic, running for 106 yards and three touchdowns in leading Bonneville over Mountain View. Hutchinson also netted 142 yards on kick rereturns, including a turn in the third quarter to put his f team up 35--7 and silence any Mountain View comeback. For Mountain View ), Kozy An-toiwas the bright spot, scoring the Bruins' only TD on a run. The Bruins will host Layton on Friday before opening Region 7 play at Lone Peak on Sept. 24. I Delta 53. Kearns 14: At Delta, a solid team effort from 3A Delta helped the Rabbits pull off a monumental upset of 5A Kearns. " Delta dominated, as it racked up 46 points before Kearns put any on the board. The Rabbits had 422 yards rushing and scored six touchdowns on the 94-ya- rd . Springville quarterback Scott Pickering (10) carries on a ' (0-4- FRANK BOTTDaify Herald quarter back keeper during the first quarter of play in the game against Orem High at Springville. ne . - ground. Cory Jensen, KG Rawlinson, Lawson Fitzgerald, Cade Archibald and Cade Cross each scored on the ground with Rawlinson scoring twice. Delta never punted in the game, and The Rabbits open Reimproved to gion 8 play Friday against Carbori. I Wasatch 36, Carbon 0: At Heber City, Jordan Smith led Wasatch with 151 yards rushing and two touchdowns oh 18 carries. Wasatch (2-- opened up a 2-- 1. . 2) Q ' Lone Peak at American Fork Payson at Orem Emery at Provo Pleasant Grove at Spanish Fork Layton at Mountain View Springville at Timpanogos Carbon at Delta North Sanpete at Lehi Wasatch at Park City Juab at Grand North Summit at Manti Gunnison at Beaver nMMAfa X said Provo coach Clint Christiansen. "East rocked us. We at least got into the red zone a few times against (Timpanogos), and we won tonight. We're playing better each week." Argyle had 19 carries for 162 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulldogs. I Sky View 35, North Sanpete 14: At Smithfield, Brad Singer ran for 169 yards and three touchdowns to lead Sky View to its first win of the year. North Sanpete (1-- will open Region 8 play on Friday at Close game turns into big AF win n 0-- 3 SCOREBOARD : first-dow- 00 00 Pleasant Grpvel Region in parentheses Tksswtew Unjan 7. ' 2--2 31-1- Jesse Strong DAILY 00:H3i, 00 Oram Lone Peak Mountain view . 2 00 00 Overs Region Next week Overall 00 rjT2-- Gunnison (2AN) Wasatch (10) N, Sanpete (8) Carbon (8) Provo tops Pleasant Grove, breaks loss streak HERALD 2--1 Region Manti (2AN) Smith, running back, Wasatch Number of turnovers in the American Fork-Legame. Lehi turned the ball over six times. There were three interceptions and six lost fumbles in the game. ' hi 0 Other local teams I Stephen 28-2- 4-- 00 Spanish Fork Prevent t ; L 00 00 Payson i Team RnpanoArflT 00 Timpview TOP PERFORMERS can Fork won Overafl Region , Number of yards Spanish Fork defensive back Zack Fox returned an interception for a touchdown against Timpanogos in a 1 victory over theTWolves. 58 Region 7 Region 6 Timp(anogos), and we won tonight We're, playing better each week." , 53-1- 4 Number of points Manti's Taylor Salanoa was responsible for. The Templar QB ran for three-TD- s, threw for two more, ran for one two-poiconversion and threw for two more. 9 STANDINGS "We're slowly progressing. East rocked us. We at ; least got into the red zone a few times against r . lead at halftime, then poured on the scoring in the third quarter behind Smith, Pat Burns and Greg Hyde. Quarterbacks Logan Magnusson and TJ. North combined for 132 yards passing and one touchdown. The Wasatch defense held Carbon scoreless, coming up with three inter- ceptions.. Wasatch opens Region 10 play on Friday at Park City while Carbon (04) travels to Delta for its Region 8 opener.