Prep Sports Roundup: 11/6

first_imgNovember 6, 2020 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Roundup: 11/6 Tags: Delta Football/Juab football FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail3-A Football SemifinalsCEDAR CITY, Utah-Trey Lund had 19 carries for 103 yards and a touchdown and the Juab Wasps overcame a spirited effort from Delta to vanquish their Region 14 opponents with a 20-12 victory Friday at Eccles Coliseum on the campus of Southern Utah University in the 3-A state semifinals.The Wasps also got a strong showing from Alex Jackson (16-25, 164 yards, TD) who threw a fade route to Dawson Olsen for a key score.Alex Jackson to Dawson Olsen on the 15-yard scoring reception for the Wasps and the Saez PAT is blocked. 20-6 @Juab_Football with 2:40 left in the 2nd Quarter.— Brad James (@BradfatherSpeak) November 6, 2020Shan Jackson (11 car, 58 yards, TD) and Bodee Blackett (15 touches, 91 scrimmage yards, rush TD) also led Juab in a solid effort which saw the Wasps net 389 yards of offense.Despite Juab’s ability to move the ball downfield, the Rabbits resiliently hung around, giving themselves a chance for all 48 minutes of game action.Will Finlinson (19 touches, 90 scrimmage yards, rush TD) was Delta’s offensive star, while Jake Nickle had a fumble return for a score for Delta .Incidentally, Nickle’s score was the first in the contest , giving Delta a 6-0 lead.Juab then went on a 20-point scoring run, featuring the touchdowns from Lund (1-yard rush), Jackson (8-yard rush) and Olsen (15-yard reception).Juab next advances to the 3-A state championship game, Saturday November 14 at 5:30 pm at Dixie State University in St. George.The Wasps will face the Morgan Trojans, 28-0 winers over Grantsville Friday, in this game.CEDAR CITY, Utah-Ryder Lish ran for 80 yards and three scores on 20 carries as the Morgan Trojans routed Grantsville 28-0 Friday in the 3-A state football semifinals at Eccles Coliseum in Cedar City. Tanner Belinski added 76 rushing yards on 18 carries in victory for Morgan.The Trojans limited Grantsville to 127 yards on 55 plays, or 2.3 yards per snap, in the win. Brad James Written bylast_img read more