How Utah Top 10 fared in Week 1

Utah high school football Top 10
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No. 5 Lone Peak flexed its defensive muscles in its season opener with a 24-0 shutout of No. 7 Timpview Friday night. It was the only head-to-head matchup in the High School Football America Utah Top 10 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.

Siale Tahi ran for three scores in the victory.

Top-ranked Corner Canyon opened with a 49-20 win over Farmington. The two-time defending state champs were led by quarterback Jaxson Dart, who threw three touchdown passes and also ran for two scores.

No. 3 American Fork opened with a 55-0 shutout of Lehi with QB Maddux Madsen tossing five TD’s.

Three-time defending state champ Orem rolled to a 51-14 victory over Mountain View. Micah Fe’A led the No. 4 Tigers with four touchdown passes.

No. 6 East blew-out West Jordan 42-19 Amini Amone scored two TD’s in the victory.

No. 8 Pleasant Grove rolled by Riverton 35-7.

No. 9 Skyridge ran-out to a 26-0 first quarter lead and never looked back in a 33-13 win over Alta.

The only Top 10 team to lose was No. 10 Olympus, which was shocked 27-17 by Mountain Ridge, which won its first-ever varsity high school football game. Last year, Mountain Ridge was 0-11.

High School Football America Utah Top 10

No. 1 Corner Canyon beat Farmington

No. 2 Bingham vs. Weber canceled due to COVID-19

No. 3 American Fork beat Lehi 55-0

No. 4 Orem beat Mountain View 51-14

No. 5 Lone Peak beat No. 7 Timpview 24-0

No. 6 East beat West Jordan 42-19

No. 7 Timpview lost to No. 5 Lone Peak 24-0

No. 8 Pleasant Grove beat Riverton 35-7

No. 9 Skyridge beat Alta 33-13

No. 10 Olympus lost to Mountain Ridge 27-17

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

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