The Mountain Crest Mustangs hosted the Box Elder Bees for their homecoming game; a pair of valley rivals faced off in Smithfield as Logan visited Sky View; and the Bear River Bears traveled to Ben Lomond to build off of an impressive defensive game last week. Big night for Logan High’s DJ Nelson, named the Macey’s Player of the Game. The Grizz were able to answer both second half Sky View touchdowns to hold off the Bobcats 35-14. Logan is now 2-0 in region play. Sky View dug themselves a hole in the first half, going down 20-0. However, coming out of the halftime break, Sky View found their offense behind the play of sophomore quarterback Nick Carver, who shared time with Gabe Anderson under center. Carver led the Bobcats on two touchdown drives, but it was not enough to comeback completely as Logan’s offense proved to be too much to handle for the Bobcat D. Sky View will now turn their attention towards the Ogden Tigers, as they will travel to Ogden to match up with their region foes on Friday, October 1st. Alex Kuresa had one passing touchdown, short of the three he needed to break the all time state record. Kuresa did, however, reach the all time pass completion mark. To put a blot on a good Homecoming, Kuresa also threw three interceptions against the Bees. The final score was 34 – 7 with Mountain Crest coming out on top. Bear River wins easily over Ben Lomond 41-7. Payton Wells, who is the target for all opposing defenses, runs for 80 yards of the 148 rushing yards that Bear River had. Wells also ran for three TDs.
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