Friday , September 08, 2017 - 11:35 PM
PRICE — After knocking on the door a few times this season, Ogden’s 36-game losing streak is over.
The Tigers (1-3) used two goal-line stands and shut down an attempted two-point conversion to hold off Carbon for a 28-19 victory in Price.
Irving Gastelum returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown, and scored on two Nick Freeman passes of 50 and 90 yards. Sam Lawrence also took a pass from Freeman 51 yards to paydirt.
But it was Lawrence’s interception on Carbon’s fourth-and-goal from the 16 late in the fourth quarter that sealed the victory, allowing Ogden to run out the clock.
Lawrence’s pick came after Ogden stripped the ball from a Carbon ball-carrier as he dove for the pylon on third down; the ball went out of bounds.
The 90-yard Freeman-to-Gastelum touchdown pass came one play after an Ogden interception halted what looked to be a sure Carbon scoring drive that would have given the Dinos the lead.
Freeman, who took over at quarterback after Carson White suffered a knee injury last week, passed for 238 yards and three touchdowns, and also ran for 105 yards on seven carries.
After the game, coach Erik Thompson said Ogden fans joined the team on the field to sing the Ogden High fight song and celebrate what they hope is the beginning of a new streak.
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CLEARFIELD 20, DAVIS 0
KAYSVILLE — Clearfield took a 13-0 halftime lead on the way to the shutout at Davis (1-3, 1-1 Region 1).
Clearfield (3-1, 1-1) got a 77-yard touchdown run from Ethan Jones and a 80-yard pass from Jaxon Mansfield to Justin Brown.
Colton Manning added field goals from 41 and 44 yards.
The Clearfield defense held the Darts to 158 yards of total offense and five first downs.
BEAR RIVER 35, MORGAN 14
MORGAN — Bear River took a 7-0 lead into the locker room at halftime, then scored four second-half touchdowns to win at Morgan.
Wyatt Jeppson scored touchdowns on a 60-yard pass from Bradey Brown and a 19-yard interception return for Bear River (3-1). Cole Johnson and McCoy Christensen added rushing touchdowns of 37 and 3 yards for the Bears.
Talon Polad scored both touchdowns for Morgan (2-2), including a 98-yard kickoff return.
Brown threw for 240 yards in the win.
SYRACUSE 30, BOUNTIFUL 7
SYRACUSE — Syracuse used four touchdown passes and a field goal to beat Bountiful.
Bo Devries and Bridger Hamblin each tossed a pair of scoring strikes. Ty Burke hauled in three of those passes and Scott Davies grabbed the other. Kobe Carlson added a 33-yard field goal for Syracuse (2-2).
Bountiful (2-2) scored on an 11-yard pass from Zach Riordan to Tavin Dougher with five seconds left in the first half.
WOODS CROSS 43, LOGAN 0
WOODS CROSS — Woods Cross scored four first-half touchdowns on the way to a shutout of Logan.
The Wildcats got two passing touchdowns from Ashton Fornelius and four rushing touchdowns from four other players to go along with a 37-yard field goal from Tucker Goodfellow.
Woods Cross (3-1) did not allow Logan to advance past midfield.
BOX ELDER 48, POCATELLO-ID 21
BRIGHAM CITY — Box Elder built a 27-6 halftime lead and cruised to a home win over Pocatello-Idaho.
Going into the fourth quarter leading 34-21, the Bees (2-2) returned two interceptions for touchdowns to give Box Elder the final margin.
SKYRIDGE 21, VIEWMONT 17
BOUNTIFUL — Davis Weir connected with Lucas Bushey for two touchdown passes but it wasn’t enough in the home loss to unbeaten Skyridge.
Preston Pitt added a field goal for Viewmont (3-1).
JUAB 28, BEN LOMOND 7
OGDEN — Ben Lomond scored a touchdown in the third quarter to pull within 14-7 but could get no closer in the home loss.
Juab led 14-0 at the half and answered the Ben Lomond (0-4) score with two fourth-quarter touchdowns.
PAROWAN 48, LAYTON CHRISTIAN 0
PAROWAN — Layton Christian (1-3) fell behind 26-0 at the half and couldn’t recover in the road loss.-
Parowan scored two touchdowns in each of the first, second and fourth quarters.
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