The Uintah Ute Football team finished off their season Wednesday by hosting the Sky Hawks out of Salem Hills. It was a defensive struggle early in the game as both team struggled offensively. Salem Hills broke through in the second quarter with a couple of scores. The Utes managed a touchdown in the second half, but it wasn't enough as the Utes fell to the Sky Hawks 35-7Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team traveled to Orem to take on the Tigers last Friday. The Ute defense struggled in the first half giving up 26 points. In the second half Isaiah Perez kicked a 30 yard field goal for the Utes only score, as Uintah fell to Orem 39 to 3.The Utes will finish off their season just before the deer hunt on Wednesday October 18th at 7 o'clock. Listen in on KVEL for the live play-by-play Ute action.Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team hosted Mountain View last Friday for Homecoming. The Utes jumped off to the early lead with touchdown runs by Kyle Henderson and Titan Young, but Mountain View fought back to take the halftime lead. Young and Henderson had TD runs in the second half, but the Bruins matched them to take the 32-28 win. The Utes travel to Orem to take on the Tigers this Friday at 7 o'clock. Listen in on KVEL for the live play-by-play Ute action.Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team traveled to Orem to take on the Timpanogos Timberwolves last Friday. Keeping it close in the first quarter, the Utes allowed three scores in the second quarter and the Utes didn't score until the fourth on a 13 yard run by Brandon Giles as the Utes lost to the T-Wolves 37-7. They're at Payson Friday at 7 o'clock. Listen in on KVEL for the live play-by-play Ute action.
The Uintah Football team hosted Spanish Fork last Friday Dalton Dudley had a one yard touchdown run in the last minute of the game to give the Utes their only score in the 42-7 loss to the Dons. They will travel to Orem to take on the Timpanogos Timberwolves this Friday at 7 o'clock. Listen in on KVEL for the live play-by-play.Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team hosted Wasatch Wednesday night for a chance for a play-in game to go to State. Before the Utes knew what had hit them they were down three touchdowns in the first four minutes. Behind 35-0 after the first quarter, the Utes matched the Wasps touchdown for touchdown, but that wasn't enough as the Utes ended their season with a 56-21 loss. The Utes had a good season with some great games played.
On a rare Thursday night game the Utes from Uintah High School hosted the Ogden Tigers. In familiar fashion the Utes opened the game with a turnover on their first possession and saw the Tigers score first following the interception thrown by Sophomore quarterback Oaks. The Utes followed that up with a strong 54 yard scoring drive, with a 2 yard Rushing touchdown from running back Mike Jones. The next three possessions went punt, punt, punt as the defenses dug in. The Utes broke the scoring drought on their 4th possession on a beautiful pass and catch combination from Oaks to Dallin Breakfield with help from down field blocking from Corbin Allen. The tigers equalized on their next possession with a 49 Yard touchdown catch, with the Ute defense playing a little flat footed.
Then the Utes blew it open. The next Ute drive took all of one play with a 54 yard catch taken to the house by Mr. Do Everything Cruz Leyba. This was followed by a 9 Yard quarterback keeper by Oaks, a 65 yard pass from Oaks to Dustin Breakfield and a 31 yard field goal by Treven Mckeacknie to end the half, with a score of 38-21 at the half.
The Tigers started strong on their first possession of the second half scoring quickly, and appeared to have some momentum. But the utes answered with a 32 Yard touchdown pass from Oaks to Corbin Allen, followed with two touchdown catches by Dallin Breakfield. With many of the Utes JV squad on the field the tigers got their final score in to make the final score 59-33.
The Utes only had one turnover, which happened on their first possession… The Utes forced 8 fumbles… The Utes had 6 sacks on the night… Both return men for Uintah had a 40 yard return… Uintah has a winning record for the season at 5-5 in Coach Heaps second year… The Utes could be in the playoffs with a win vs Wasatch on October 19th.
The Uintah Ute Football team hosted Spanish Fork last Friday. The Utes stayed even with the Dons in the second half, but fell too far behind in the first half to make it up in the 40-22 loss. They will host a Thursday game this week taking on Ogden.
The Uintah Ute Football team traveled to Maple Mountain last Friday. The Utes had a better game defensively, but struggled with the offense in the 24-0 loss. The Utes will now have three home games in a row starting with Spanish Fork Friday, then the next two will be Wednesday games.
After a week of rain the Uintah Utes were looking for a bright start to their Homecoming weekend. Hosting the Red Devils from Springville, who were ranked 10th in the state, the Utes had their hands full. The game started with homecoming festivities including the game ball and the homecoming King and Queen being flown in to mid field by Classic Air Medical.Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team hosted Springville for Homecoming Friday. Dorian Walters ran for a touchdown and Treven McKeachnie kicked a 26 yard field goal, but the Red Devils spoiled the Utes Homecoming with the 54-10 victory, the Utes are at Maple Mountain Friday.
The Uintah Ute Football team traveled to Salem Hills Friday the Utes kepts it fairly close in the first half scoring 17 points and showing some promise, but the Skyhawks shut them down in the second half to beat the Utes 42-17. The Utes look forward to Homecoming this week hosting Springville.
The Uintah Ute Football team traveled to Payson last Friday. After trailing at the half, the Utes put together a 21 point third quarter to beat the Lions 38-19. Mike Jones ran for two touchdowns and Kyle Henderson threw for two more in the victory. The Utes travel to Salem Hills Friday and look forward to Homecoming next week.Read More
The Uintah Ute Football team hosted the Union Cougars for the Basin Bowl and the right to take home the traveling trophy. After a penalty ridden first quarter, where neither team scored, Corbin Allen caught an eleven yard touchdown pass, then Cruz Leyba ran a 54 yard touchdown and the Utes never looked back crushing the cougars 49-0. The Utes are at Payson Friday.Read More