3AA South Monday Review: Highlights and key stats From Friday’s games; STGNews videocast

The 3AA South went 6-0 in Week 2, with Pine View and Snow Canyon capturing road wins and the rest of the region winning at home.

We’ve got highlights and key stats on this week’s version of the 3AA South Monday Review with Andy Griffin. Special thanks to producer Michael Durrant, videographer Dallas Griffin, CEC-TV and Hudl.

The scores from last Friday:
Pine View 23, Uintah 0
Snow Canyon 26, Cottonwood 13
Cedar 41, Virgin Valley (Nev.) 7
Desert Hills 50, Foothill (Nev.) 6
Dixie 56, Mohave (Ariz.) 10
Hurricane 32, Union 21

Snow Canyon 26, Cottonwood 13
Play of the game: Jackson Nowatzke finds Jake Rhea from 41-yards out in the third quarter to make it 17-7.
Player of the game: Josh Barnes 84 rushing – 5 yards per carry, TD
Key stat: Warriors forced 4 Tos and held Colts to 236 total yards
Bottom line: Snow Canyon defense 20 points, less than 500 yds in 2 games

Pine View 23, Uintah 0
Play of the game: Livingston to Mandrigues 51-yarder gets Panthers rolling
Player of the game: Lance Mandrigues 6 rec., 125 yds, TD
Key stat: Utes had just 104 yds of offense & 6 first downs
Bottom line: Utes played PV tough, but Panthers D was immovable.

Desert Hills 50, Foothill, Nev. 6
Play of the game: Nick Warmsley to Zak Fuchs 73 TD in the 1Q
Player of the game: Fuchs 6-122 receiving, 2 TDs
Key stat: Warmsley with 6 TDs, 3 rush and 3 pass
Bottom line: Thunder outscore Falcons 91-7 in 2 games.

Dixie 56, Mohave, Ariz. 10
Play of the game: Daniel Tuituviki 35 INT return for TD
Player of the game: Tre Miller with 208 rush yds (12.2 ypc)
Key stat: Dixie with 432 yds of offense
Bottom line: Flyers dominate an undermanned Mohave team.

Hurricane 32, Union 21
Play of the game: Kyler Blackmore 16 TD run after shanked punt.
Player of the game: Jake Carr with 158 rush yds, 4 TDs
Key stat: Tigers rush for 324 yds, (6.9 ypc)
Bottom line: Tougher than expected game, but Tigers owned the fourth quarter

Cedar 41, Virgin Valley 7
Play of the game: CHJS opened the game with a 61-yd TD pass from Mason Fakahua to Berick Englestead.
Player of the game: Mason Fakahua ran and passed Redmen to easy win.
Key stat: 8 – Number of turnovers redmen have forced in season’s first two games.
Bottom line: Redmen were much better than smaller foes from Nevada and Josh Bennett gets first win.

Next Friday’s schedule:
Alta at Dixie, 7 p.m. (ESPN Radio 106.1 FM, CEC-TV)
Cedar at Canyon View, 7 p.m. (590-KSUB)
Desert Hills at Roy, 7 p.m.
Juan Diego at Snow Canyon, 7 p.m. (890-KDXU)
Manti at Pine View, 7 p.m.
Moapa Valley, Nev. at Hurricane, 7 p.m.

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1 Comment

  • Mean Momma September 2, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    Congrats Nephi Sewell and Tré Miller! PlAyErS oF tHe WeEk!!!

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