3AA Highlight Show: Playoff scores and game-changing plays are here

ST. GEORGE — The 3AA South football show is back with Andy Griffin bringing you highlights from the 3AA South every Monday.

Today’s 3AA South Highlight Show, brought to you by Revere Health, show how Pine View flexed its offensive muscle, illustrates what happened at the heartbreaking end of the Cedar loss, explores the suspect finish to the Hurricane game and outlines what happened to Snow Canyon this weekend.

Plus, we’ll name a Bakston Freight Systems player of the week and a play of the week brought to you by Injury Smart Law by Brad Harr and Associates.

This week also features the Stapley Pharmacy picture of the week — with a shot of an old-scjhool ball player making it happen on the field — by photographer extraordinaire Robert Hoppie.

Here are the scores from Week 1 of the playoffs. Click play (above) to see all the highlights:

3AA Playoffs First Round results
Pine View 58, Ben Lomond 21
Park City 28, Cedar 21
Bear River 20, Hurricane 13
Ridgeline 26, Desert Hills 0

3AA Playoffs Quarterfinals (all games Friday at 4 p.m.)
(with seedings)
N5 Park City (6-5) at N1 Stansbury (9-1)
N3 Ridgeline (8-3) at S2 Desert Hills (7-2)
N4 Bear River (6-5) at S1 Dixie (6-3)
S3 Pine View (8-2) at N2 Tooele (9-1)

Remember, anytime a 3AA South team scores more than 30 points, you can get a free dessert after the game at 25 Main Restaurant — brought to you by Holbrook Asphalt. It’s the Holbrook Asphalt Big Score Dessert.

Every Friday, we’ll have a preview of the day’s games. Then, on Mondays we’ll bring you the 3AA South Highlight Show, with weekly awards and video of the top plays of the week.

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