High School Sports Round-Up: Sept-16

<strong>Homecoming is sweet for Grizzlies as they beat Bonneville 40-10 Bill Walter</strong>

The Logan High Grizzlies led the Bonneville Lakers 21 to 10 at half. They then nearly doubled the score as the Grizzly D shut down the Lakers in the 2nd half to give the Grizz a 40 to 10 win for their Homecoming game at Crimson Field. With the win Logan is in 1st place in Region 5 and 5 – 0 overall. Next game @ Roy next Friday (9/23).

<strong>Despite trailing most of the game, Mountain Crest wins 21-14 at Sky View Jason Laursen</strong>

Rivalry week kicks off to a great start with a barn burner in Smithfield. In the legendary valley rivalry Mountain Crest wins 21 to Sky View’s 14. Sky View led the whole game after being tied up at 7 in the first. The Mustangs scored and completed a 2 point conversion to go up 21-14 with 3 minutes left in the game. After an incredible goal line stand the Mustangs held on to win. With a short week and a Thursday game to be on KJZZ television against Bonneville, MC will need to get to work in a battle for region that always comes down to the last week.

<strong>Bear River fails to make second half adjustments, losing to Ogden 20-9 Ajay Salveson</strong>

With the score 2-0 for Bear River at half, both teams went into the locker room for offensive adjustments. Ogden applied them and the Bears didn’t, and the result was a 20-9 win for Ogden. The Bears continually had chances but couldn’t stop Ogden on 3rd downs and when they did, there was a yellow flag laying somewhere on the ground to bail out Ogden. Ogden improves to 2-3. Ogden picked up only 31 yards in the first half but absolutely went nuts after intermission picking up 199 yards. The Bears are now 1-4 and will motivate themselves against Ben Lomond for the Bears’ homecoming night.

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