Region 9 football roundup: As scores continue to roll in, Pine View wins, Hurricane loses

ST. GEORGE — Here are the final scores reported so far tonight in Region 9 high school football. Check back throughout the night as we add photos and details from all the games.

Desert Hills 42, Kealakehe 0

Desert Hills rolled to a 18-0 halftime lead over their Hawaiian visitors with a pounding ground game and finished out the night with a 42-0 victory.

The Thunder scored early after the WaveRiders tried a fake punt and turned the ball over at their own 23. Two plays later, Kina Taufa plunged through the line to score. Logan Callister converted the first of many extra points in the game for the Thunder.

The WaveRiders had traveled some 2,800 miles to face the Thunder. With a 30-man roster, they were outmanned by the Thunder.

It was the first win of the season for the Thunder after an 0-2 start. They will host Snow Canyon next week to begin Region 9 play.

— Written by Ryan Rees

Timpanogos 56, Canyon View 21

At Timpanogos High in Orem, the Timberwolves scored seven unanswered touchdowns in the first half to put the game out of reach.

Canyon View scored first, two minutes into the game, on a four-yard TD run by Colten Shumway. Hunter Talbot’s extra-point kick made it 7-0 for Canyon View.

After that, the Timberwolves scored 49 straight points in less than two quarters of play, including two interceptions run back for TDs.

Canyon View managed to score another TD in the closing seconds of the first half, on a 12-yard run by Shumway to make it 49-14 at the half.

Each team scored one more TD in the second half, as the clock was kept running due to the mercy rule.

— Written by Jeff Richards

Juab 41, Hurricane 14

At Juab, the Wasps led 7-0 after one quarter, but the Tigers managed to tie the game 7-7 early in the second period, thanks to a Ian Lambert’s 11-yard TD catch from QB Brock Starley, with Raymond Cordova adding the PAT kick.

Juab then scored five unanswered touchdowns during the second and third quarters to build a 41-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

The Tigers managed to tally one more TD with just under five minutes left in the game, as Christian Haynes broke free for a 54-yard scoring run.

— Written by Jeff Richards

Pine View 49, Hunter 7

Cedar 14, North Sanpete 6

Snow Canyon, Shadow Mountain

Dixie, Tooele

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