Highland (Idaho) took advantage of five Shadow Ridge turnovers on Saturday to earn a 28-8 win in Pocatello, Idaho.
Cameron Wiley rushed 20 times for 70 yards and a touchdown to lead Desert Pines, and teammate Tyler Williamson completed 7 of 13 passes for 111 yards and a TD in Durango’s 12-6 road win over Durango on Friday.
After blasting a key 43-yard field goal in the second quarter, Gavin Wale booted extra points near the end of regulation and in the first overtime to help lead Coronado to a 17-16 road win over the Spartans.
Silverado running back Jacob Mendez scored on a fourth-and-goal from the 4-yard line with 1:09 remaining to cap off the Skyhawks improbable 21-point rally to down Bonanza, 21-20.
Cheyenne junior Rayvion Brown took the second-half kickoff of the half 82 yards for a score and the Desert Shields ran past the host Eagles, 24-7.
Christian Vaughn was responsibile for 93 percent of the yardage Friday night, rushing for 299 yards on 42 carries and six touchdowns as Desert Oasis football remained unbeaten a 40-26 road win at Valley.
After getting throttled 44-13 in last week’s opener against Desert Oasis, the Dragons returned the favor Friday night, handling Sunrise Mountain, 36-0 at home.
The Rams cruised to a 30-7 win over Western for their first victory since October 2015.
The Longhorns had a chance to bring the game within one score in the fourth, but were unable to convert in an eventual 27-7 loss to Dixie (Utah).