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After racking up 370 yards in the loss to East last week, Jordan quarterback Austin Kafentzis now sits alone in second place all-time in total yardage. The junior Wisconsin commit has 10,057 total yards in his career with the Beetdiggers. He trails former Mountain Crest great Alex Kuresa by 2,680 yards.

At a glance

This week’s schedule

All games at 7 p.m. unless noted


Davis at Syracuse


» Whitehorse at Fort Wingate, N.M.

Hunter at Bingham

» Gunnison Valley at Layton Christian 4 p.m.

» North Summit at Summit Academy 4 p.m.

» Copper Hills vs Vanden, Calif. at Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 6 p.m.

» Salem Hills at Timpview

» Bear River at Tooele

» Stansbury at Uintah

» Northridge at Viewmont

» Box Elder at Weber

» Cyprus at West

» Hillcrest at West Jordan

» Duchesne at Milford

» Diamond Ranch at Monument Valley

» American Leadership at Millard

» Parowan at Enterprise

» Desert Hills at Cedar City

» Pine View at Snow Canyon

» Canyon View at Dixie

» Judge Memorial at Delta

» Lehi at Westlake

» Shelley, ID at Manti

» Riverton at American Fork

» Sky View at Bonneville

» Cottonwood at Brighton

» Bountiful at Clearfield

» Woods Cross at East

» Grantsville at Juab

» Ben Lomond at Juan Diego

» Highland at Kearns

» Fremont at Layton

» Herriman at Lone Peak

» Pleasant Grove at Maple Mountain

» Granger at Morgan

» Corner Canyon at Mountain View

» Carbon at North Sanpete

» San Juan at North Sevier

» Kanab at Monticello

» Logan at Ogden

» Murray at Orem

» Union at Park City

» Hurricane at Payson

» Wasatch at Provo

» Emery County at Richfield

» Mountain Crest at Roy

» Grand County at South Sevier

» Beaver at South Summit

» Springville at Spanish Fork

» Olympus at Taylorsville

» Skyline at Timpanogos


» Alta vs Allentown, N.J. at Rio Tinto Stadium 2 p.m.

» Bergen Catholic, N.J. vs Jordan at Rio Tinto Stadium

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The Grand Red Devil offense has been ablaze in its first three games of the season. Grand has amassed 920 yards and 14 touchdowns on the ground in its 3-0 start while averaging 48 points per game. Can South Sevier keep up with the Devils? The Rams are averaging 11 points a game.

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