PLAIN CITY -- While the Silver Wolves are still searching for that first win of 2013, the Royals are counting their lucky starts.
Roy High scored on a 44-yard scoring pass as the clock hit :00 and picked up a 13-12 victory over Fremont on Friday night in prep football action at Moyes Field.
QB Tyler Skidmore and Justin Weaver hooked up on the TD pass. Earlier in the fourth quarter, the Silver Wolves thought they had finally found a winning combination as they took a 12-7 lead on a 12-yard pass from Justin Shaw to Paxton Merrill.
But the Royals (3-0), who edged Weber on the final play of the game a week ago, had one more magical play to spring on the rival Wolves (0-3).
Roy took an early lead on Tee Eteuati's 4-yard TD plunge. Ben Aikuli's PAT was good.
Fremont answered with a 73-yard scoring scamper by Parker Preator, but the kick failed, leaving the score 7-6 at the half.
The Royals outgained the Silver Wolves 417 to 230, but Fremont battle gamely with a couple of interceptions and a fumble recovery to stay close.
* SYRACUSE 21, MOUNTAIN CREST 10: At Hyrum, the Titans maintained their perfect start to the 2013 season with a strong road effort in Cache Valley.
While the Syracuse defense shut down the Mustangs in the first half, Kole Tracy and Deondre Watson hooked up on a 15-yard scoring play in the first quarter, and Kavika Fonua's 1-yard TD plunge and two Romney Harker PATs gave the Titans the 14-0 halftime edge.
After the Mustangs returned an errant pass to paydort to tighte the game up again, the Titans put the game away on Brandon Goncalves 14-yard touchdown run.
* LOGAN 10, BOUNTIFUL 3: At Logan, a couple of high-scoring teams had to grind it out on Friday, with the game's only touchdown coming in the opening quarter.
Chase Nelson and Dade Watterson hooked up on a 43-yard scoring strike in the early, and the teams each added field goals.
* SKY VIEW 49, MINICO 6: At Minico, Idaho, the Bobcats scored through the air and on the ground for the easy rout, scoring 35 points after halftime. Braxton Godderidge completed 17 of 23 passes for 256 yards and four total TDs.
Dane Anderson had 16 carries for 98 yards and two TDs, while Justin Evans and Logan Miller combined for eight catches for 158 yards and two touchdowns to power the Bobcats in the win.