How the Utah Top 10 fared in Week 2

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After missing Week 1 due to a COVID-19 quarantine, No. 2 Bingham opened the 2020 Utah high school football season with a surprising 35-7 loss to No. 9 Skyridge. Sophomore quarterback McCae Hillstead tossed four touchdowns. Bingham hadn’t lost a season opener since 2008.

The Bingham-Skyridge game was one of three intra-Top 10 matchups this weekend.

No. 5 Orem, which plays Skyridge next week, improved to 2-0 with a 24-0 shutout of No. 6 East.

No. 3 American Fork beat No. 8 Timpview 31-21. Maybe the most interesting thing about this one was the fact that American Fork Athletic Director Jeremy Lewis stopped the game in the first half because he felt that fans weren’t complying with COVID-19 safety standards. After a short delay, the game resumed and American Fork moved to 2-0 on the season.

Top-ranked Corner Canyon picked-up another impressive victory. The Chargers shutout Herriman 56-0 to push the program’s win streak to 28 straight.

Next week, Corner Canyon will face Bingham.

No. 4 Lone Peak is now 2-0 after a 52-3 rout of Jordan. Next week, the Knights will host East.

No. 7 Pleasant Grove received a scare from Maple Mountain. After getting out to a 19-0 lead, PG held-on for a 19-14 victory.

No. 10 Sky View improves to 2-0 after doubling-up Bonneville 42-21

Utah High School Football Top 10

No. 1 Corner Canyon beat Herriman 56-0

No. 2 Bingham lost to No. 9 Skyridge 35-7

No. 3 American Fork beat No. 8 Timpview 31-21

No. 4 Lone Peak beat Jordan 52-3

No. 5 Orem beat No. 6 East 24-0

No. 6 East lost to No. 5 Orem 24-0

No. 7 Pleasant Grove beat Mountain Grove 19-14

No. 8 Timpview lost to No. 3 American Fork 31-21

No. 9 Skyridge beat No. 2 Bingham 35-7

No. 10 Sky View beat Bonneville 42-21

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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