Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

October 23, 2018
Sports Wrap – October 23, 2018

University of Utah
football vs. USC

The Utah football team, led by Pac-12 Conference Players of the Week Tyler Huntley, Chase Hansen and Matt Gay, rallied from a 14-0 first-quarter deficit to defeat USC 41-28 on Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City. Huntley, the Offensive Player of the Week, was 22-for-29 for 341 yards and four touchdowns through the air and also ran for a score. Hansen, who was named Defensive Player of the Week, had 11 tackles, including three tackles-for-loss, and an interception. Gay, who received Special Teams Player of the Week honors, hit a pair of field goals in the second quarter and hit all five of his extra-point attempts as Utah scored 34 unanswered points. The Utes (5-2, 3-2 Pac-12) will travel to Pasadena, California, to face UCLA on Friday night at the Rose Bowl.

Utah State University
football at Wyoming

The Utah State football team is off to its best start in 44 years after beating Wyoming 24-16 on Saturday in Laramie, Wyoming, improving to 6-1 overall and 3-0 in Mountain West Conference play. Darwin Thompson had 109 yards and two touchdowns on the ground for the Aggies, though USU had just 194 yards of total offense. Senior linebacker Chase Christiansen, a graduate of Stansbury High School, had 14 tackles with a tackle-for-loss. The Aggies will be back in action Saturday at Maverik Stadium in Logan, where they will face New Mexico in a Mountain West Conference contest.

Southern Utah University
football at Idaho

The Southern Utah football team spotted Idaho a 31-0 lead en route to a 31-12 loss to the Vandals in a Big Sky Conference game Friday in Moscow, Idaho. The Thunderbirds (1-6, 1-3 Big Sky) had a 468-361 edge in total offensive yardage, including 402 yards on the ground, but turned the ball over four times. SUU will play host to Northern Colorado in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City.

Weber State University
football vs. Montana State

The Weber State football team reached No. 5 in the Football Championship Subdivision rankings for the first time in program history after beating Montana State 34-24 on Saturday at Stewart Stadium in Ogden. Treshawn Garrett ran for three touchdowns for Weber State (5-2, 3-1 Big Sky Conference), while the defense limited the Bobcats to just 221 yards of offense. The Wildcats will travel to Fargo, North Dakota, for a game against North Dakota on Saturday.

Utah Jazz

The Jazz lost their first two home games of the season, falling 124-123 to the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Friday night before a disappointing 92-84 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City. The Jazz (1-2) led Golden State by 10 points with under nine minutes remaining, but lost on a tip-in by former Jazzman Jonas Jerebko with three-tenths of a second remaining. Against Memphis, the Jazz rallied from an 86-70 deficit to trail by just six points with 50.9 seconds left, but couldn’t complete the comeback. Utah will travel to Houston to take on the Rockets on Wednesday.

HS football scores

Dixie 21, Desert Hills 7

Pine View 41, Cedar 13

Snow Canyon 40, Hurricane 6

East 53, Copper Hills 14

Duchesne 35, Layton Christian 6

Rich 9, Altamont 6

Milford 33, Parowan 21

Monticello 33, Kanab 21
Class 3A first round

Richfield 45, Carbon 15

Union 15, Manti 14, 2OT
Class 2A first round

Enterprise 46, Gunnison 14

Millard 38, North Sevier 7

South Sevier 55, ALA 24

Notable HS volleyball scores

Wendover 3, Dugway 0 

Morgan 3, Judge Memorial 0

Desert Hills 3, Hurricane 1

Dixie 3, Pine View 0

Snow Canyon 3, Canyon View 0

HS girls soccer scores
Class 3A semifinals

Judge Memorial 1, Juab 0

Morgan 2, Summit Academy 0
Class 4A semifinals

Orem 1, Mountain Crest 0

Snow Canyon 2, Logan 1
Class 5A championship

Corner Canyon 2, Murray 1
Class 6A championship

Lone Peak 1, Layton 0
Class 2A semifinals

Rowland Hall 9, Parowan 1

Waterford 7, Millard 0
Class 3A championship

Morgan 1, Judge Memorial 0
Class 4A championship

Snow Canyon 1, Orem 0, OT
Class 2A championship

Rowland Hall 7, Waterford 0

Wednesday’s games

Stansbury volleyball vs. Salem Hills, 9 a.m. at Utah Valley University

Stansbury volleyball vs. Snow Canyon or Mountain Crest, noon at Utah Valley University

Grantsville volleyball vs. Delta, 5:30 p.m. at Utah Valley University

Grantsville volleyball vs. Maeser Prep or North Sanpete, 8:30 p.m. at Utah Valley University
Thursday’s games

Stansbury volleyball at Class 4A state tournament at Utah Valley University, TBD

Grantsville volleyball at Class 3A state tournament at Utah Valley University, TBD


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