BRIGHAM CITY -- The Logan Grizzlies turned a tight battle through three quarters into a convincing 28-10 victory over Box Elder in Region 5 football action on Friday night.
The game was the battle for second place in Region 5, and the Grizzlies grabbed the prize.
The state playoffs begin in two weeks. Next week, most prep squads will play non-region games to tune up for postseason.
The Bees trailed 14-7 at the half, and actually closed to within 14-10 on Peter Gerlach's 20-yard field goal.
But the Grizzlies scored a pair to build the lead.
Luke Falk passed for 298 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and caught a short TD from Jesse Braddy.
Braddy had 11 receptions for 101 yards and a TD, and also threw the pass to Falk in a reversal of roles.
Kasen Flinders romped 79 yards for a TD in the first quarter to knot the score as 7-7.
Mountain Crest 38, Roy 6
At Hyrum, the Mustangs avenged last year's loss to the Royals, smashing Roy's final hope at a state 4-A playoff berth.
Eddy Hall rushed for two scores for Mountain Crest and Faimafili Laulu-Pututau caught two long TD passes from Jamison Webb in the blowout win.
Webb finished the night 4-for-8 with 108 yards, helping the Mustangs finish with a perfect league mark.
Tyler Skidmore hooked up with Cody Hobbs in the fourth quarter for Roy's lone touchdown.
Sky View 37, Bonneville 7
At Smithfield, the Bobcats jumped out to an early lead and cruised the rest of the way, snagging the final playoff spot in Region 5.
Sky View got two passing touchdowns from Braxton Godderidge in addition to a rushing score.
The Lakers got their lone score on a 7-yard TD pass from Braxton Stofferahn to Joe Wickham in the second half.
Sky View won its final two league games to leapfrog Roy and Bonneville
Cyprus 31, Clearfield 6
At Magna, the Pirates had no trouble with the visiting Falcons, earning their first league victory on the final day of Region 6 action.
Clearfield, under first-year coach Will Haews, avoided a shutout with a fourth-period TD pass play.
Woods Cross 14, Bountiful 0
At Woods Cross, Sean Barton scored both of the Wildcats' touchdowns, leading Woods Cross to a win over crosstown rival Bountiful.
With the victory, Woods Cross ended a 23-year losing streak to Bountiful and moved into a three-way tie for second place.
At Salt Lake City, the Leopards put a claim on being the premier team in the state with a monstrous first half and perfect run through Region 6.
Isaac Valles tossed a TD and ran one in for a score to help East build a 27-7 lead at the break.