OGDEN -- Despite forcing six Bees' turnovers which led to 17 points, it was not Syracuse High's best defensive game this season.
"The secondary played great. They reacted and played the ball," Titans defensive coordinator Dayne Faerber said. "It wasn't anything I did. The secondary made plays on the ball."
For the second straight year, undefeated Syracuse has started the season 4-0.
Scoring at least 30 points for the third time this year, the Titans torched Box Elder 31-14 on Friday at Weber State University's Stewart Stadium.
Cornerback Diante Mitchell had two interceptions, including a 34-yard pick-six with two minutes remaining.
"It takes 10 guys to put pressure on the quarterback to allow Mitchell to make plays," Faerber said. "Everybody has to work together."
Mitchell also had a 21-yard touchdown reception, giving Syracuse a 14-7 lead at 11:53 of the second quarter.
Free safety Koa Mo'o and strong safety Kavika Fonua each had an interception. Dillon Spencer and Myles Naisbitt each had a fumble recovery for the Titans, who became the first team to score against Box Elder, which had outscored its first three opponents 109-0.
"Six is an awful lot of turnovers to get, and I don't think we've had four picks in a game before," Faerber said. "It's all on the kids; they played the ball. We played mostly zone with a little bit of man.
"We have a lot of mistakes to clean up before next week (Region 1 opener at Davis on Sept. 14)," he said. "We need to make more plays and end drives sooner than what we did."
Jayk Brooks blocked a 29-yard field-goal attempt at 8:45 of the third quarter and Jake Tolman recovered a red-zone fumble with 2:15 remaining for the Bees (3-1).
Box Elder's leading rusher, Kyler Allen, who scored on a 5-yard run to tie the score 7-all at 6:23 of the first quarter, was ejected at 11:06 of the third quarter after throwing an ill-advised punch at a Syracuse player.
Titans quarterback Brock Anderson completed 14 of 19 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns, hitting six different receivers. He rushed for 38 yards on 14 carries, kicked a 32-yard field goal and converted four PATs.
Fonua ran for a team-high 51 yards on eight carries and wideout Jacob Garver had four catches for 72 yards.
Syracuse had 11 penalties for 95 yards, with Mason Woodward's 3-yard touchdown run with 8:07 remaining negated by a holding penalty.
Each team finished with 322 total net yards.