Region 7 standings


Herriman         4     1    .800   232    54         8     3     .727      469   193
Olympus          4     1    .800   141    71         6     5     .545      247   197
Skyline            4     1    .800   144    94         5     5     .500      196   216
Westlake          2     3    .400     68  132         4     6     .400     109    269
Hillcrest           1     4    .200     74  178         3     7     .300     183    294
Murray             0     5    .000     50  180         1     9     .100     124    299
OLYMPUS FOOTBALL - 2012
2012 results (6-5, 4-1)

Aug. 17 - SKY VIEW (L 14-21)
Aug. 24 - at Northridge (L 0-33)
Aug. 31 - ALTA (L 15-38)
Sept. 7 - TAYLORSVILLE (W 42-0)
Sept. 14 - at Westlake* (W 26-6)
Sept. 21 - MURRAY* (W 34-14)
Sept. 28 - at Herriman* (L 9-42)
Oct. 5 - at Hillcrest* (W 45-3)
Oct. 12 - SKYLINE* (W 27-9)
Oct. 17 - at Woods Cross* (W 21-14)
-----4A playoffs-----
Oct. 26 - HIGHLAND (L 14-20)

* - Region 7 games. Home games in CAPS


2011 results (9-2, 5-0)

Aug. 19 - at Snow Canyon (W 27-7)
Aug. 26 - NORTHRIDGE (W 21-14)
Sept. 2 - at Sky View (L 3-33)
Sept. 9 - at Taylorsville (W 35-14)
Sept. 16 - WESTLAKE* (W 26-20)
Sept. 23 - at Murray* (W 41-10)
Sept. 30 - HERRIMAN* (W 27-21)
Oct. 7 - HILLCREST* (W 34-7)
Oct. 14 - at Skyline* (W 42-35)
-----4A playoffs-----
Oct. 28 - BOX ELDER (W 17-12)
Nov. 4 - BOUNTIFUL (L 14-34)

* - Region 7 games.
Home games in CAPS


Olympus links

* - Olympus High School website
* - Olympus 2012 yearbook page
* - DNews: 2012 football preview
* - Trib: 2012 football preview
* - Olympus Maxpreps.com page
* - Olympus football history
* - Olympus site on Wikipedia.org
Region                                  Overall
W     L    Pct.    PF    PA         W     L     Pct.       PF    PA
SEASON SCHEDULE
Friday, Aug. 17

Herriman 49, Orem 21
Sky View 21, Olympus 14
Hurricane 20, Skyline 7
Riverton 31, Hillcrest 21
Cyprus 14, Murray 7
Westlake 20, Provo 12

Friday, Aug. 24

Northridge 33, Olympus 0
Syracuse 30, Skyline 0
Hillcrest 26, Taylorsville 14
Granger 53, Murray 22
Timpview 28, Westlake 0

Saturday, Aug. 25

Riverton 23, Herriman 22 (OT)

Friday, Aug. 31

Herriman 31, Highland 14
Alta 38, Olympus 15
Skyline 20, Cedar 10
Copper Hills 26, Hillcrest 7
Murray 27, Taylorsville 19
Mountain View 20, Westlake 14

Friday, Sept. 7

Herriman 53, Copper Hills 20
Olympus 42, Taylorsville 0
Juan Diego 27, Skyline 19
Hillcrest 41, Tooele 7
Roy 9, Murray 3 (OT)
Northridge 42, Westlake 7

Friday, Sept. 14

Herriman 56, Hillcrest 7
Olympus 26, Westlake 6
Skyline 41, Murray 0

Friday, Sept. 21

Skyline 24, Herriman 22
Olympus 34, Murray 14
Westlake 22, Hillcrest 7
Friday, Sept. 28

Herriman 42, Olympus 9
Skyline 42, Hillcrest 35
Westlake 23, Murray 16 (OT)

Friday, Oct. 5

Herriman 57, Murray 7
Olympus 45, Hillcrest 0
Skyline 28, Westlake 10

Friday, Oct. 12

Herriman 55, Westlake 7
Olympus 27, Skyline 9
Hillcrest 25, Murray 13

Wednesday, Oct. 17

Herriman 50, Clearfield 7
Olympus 21, Woods Cross 14
Cyprus 38, Hillcrest 14
Bonneville 24, Murray 15

4A playoffs
At home sites
Friday, Oct. 26

Highland 20, Olympus 14
Orem 41, Sky View 31
Timpview 49, Logan 14
Woods Cross 35, Westlake 0
Box Elder 20, Maple Mtn. 0
Bountiful 35, Skyline 6
Mtn. Crest 36, Timpanogos 6

Saturday, Oct. 27

East 27, Herriman 16

4A quarterfinals
At home sites
Friday, Nov. 2

Highland 34, Orem 25
Mtn. Crest 41, Bountiful 0
Timpview 35, Woods Cross 14
East 21, Box Elder 7

4A semifinals
At Rice-Eccles Stadium
Friday, Nov. 9

Highland vs. Mtn. Crest
Timpview vs. East
Oct. 25 - Highland 20, Olympus 14

Story of the game - Vili Sekona rushed for 124 yards and Adam
Peterson had 111 as Highland rallied in the fourth quarter to edge
Olympus in the first round of the 4A playoffs.

Oly's highlights - Most came in the first half. Coleman Meier rushed for
87 yards. He also scored both of Oly's touchdowns, including a 67-yard
pass from QB Corbin Anderson. LB Tanner Goates had a fumble return
negated by an official's call. Oly eventually scored two plays later,
though.

Highland's highlights - The Rams scored first on Mike Kerr's field goal.
However, they dominated the second half. Peterson threw a 24-yard
scoring pass to Jerry Padilla and, in the final minute, Adam Webber
scored on a short run. Coach Brody Benson said the key was avoiding
penalties.

Statistical notes - Highland had 36 offensive plays in the second half;
Oly had just 12. Anderson completed 10 of 13 passes for 163 yards,
and Meier caught 5 for 124 yards. Highland had 332 rushing yards.

What we learned from this game - These teams are longtime rivals
and are often in the same region. This was basically a game of
separate halves and Highland came through at the end.

Next - Highland advanced to play at Orem in the 4A quarterfinals.
Olympus finished with a 6-5 record.

Links - Both Salt Lake newspapers had reporters and photographers
at this game. To read the Deseret News story,
click here. For the
Tribune article,
click here. For the D-News box score, click here.


Oct. 17 - Olympus 21, Woods Cross 14

Story of the game - Coleman Meier scored two touchdowns, including
the second one in the game's final minutes, to lift Olympus past Woods
Cross in the regular-season finale for both teams.

Oly's highlights - The Titans got off to a great start and led for much of
the game. The defense dominated, led by Tanner Goates, who had 14
tackles. QB Corbin Anderson completed just 3 of 7 passes, but had a
50-yarder to Jake Jones.

WX's highlights - The game had no post-season implications and RB
Sean Barton did not play. QB Skyler Farnes scored the Wildcats' first
touchdown and then connected with Marcus Teller on a 34-yard scoring
play to tie the game. Jake Kocherhans had two sacks for the defense.

Statistical notes - The Wildcats were coming off a huge win over
Bountiful. Oly held WX to just 207 total yards, but Oly managed just 205.
There were only a few big offensive plays.

What we learned from this game - This would have been a lot more
exciting had it been a first-round playoff game. Both of these clubs
made the postseason.

Next - Oly plays host to Highland in a first round 4A playoff contest.
Woods Cross has Maple Mountain.

Links - There was no local media coverage of this game. To read the
Deseret News brief,
click here.


Oct. 12 - Olympus 27, Skyline 9

Story of the game - Jake Jones rushed for 116 yards and the Olympus
defense stiffened in the second half, lifting the Titans to their fourth
straight win over rival Skyline in a Region 7 game.

Oly's highlights - Much of the game was played in a cold rain. Oly
trailed early 9-0, but QB Corbin Anderson scored twice and Jones
saved one of the scores by recovering a teammate's fumble at the
1-yard line. Anderson's TD pass to Tate Benson put the game away.

Skyline's highlights - The Eagles started quickly. They took the
opening kickoff and moved downfield, scoring on an 8-yard run by QB
Tyler Snyder. A fumble recovery then led to a field goal, but too many
times they were stopped on fourth down in Oly territory.

Statistical notes - Oly outgained Skyline 266-242. The turning point of
the game was Oly's 89-yard drive to start the third quarter. Jones made
key runs in that stretch. Spencer Williams had two interceptions for Oly.
Snyder had 90 yards rushing and 88 passing for Skyline. Devin Crofts
and Machi Ubani led the Eagles in tackles.

What we learned from this game - Oly's win created a three-way tie for
first place. The game also marked the first time the west bleachers
were open at Oly's new field, which was necessary because of the big
crowd. A coin flip later gave Herriman the top seed, Oly No. 2 and
Skyline No. 3.

Next - Oly travels to Woods Cross in a non-region game. Skyline's
regular season is completed.

Links - Both Salt Lake newspapers had reporters at the game and
there was some TV there. For the Deseret News story,
click here. For
the Tribune article,
click here. For game statistics, click here.


Oct. 5 - Olympus 45, Hillcrest 3

Story of the game - Jake Jones ran for three touchdowns and QB
Corbin Anderson passed for two more as Olympus went across town
to Hillcrest and buried the Huskies in a Region 7 game.

Oly's highlights - The Titans came out strong after a tough loss. Jones
had a short run for a score and Anderson found Nate Goldsberry for
another to build a 14-0 lead. It was 31-0 at half. Michael Driggs kicked a
pair of field goals.

Hillcrest's highlights - No information available yet.

Statistical notes - Anderson threw for 119 yards, but his biggest was
the 55-yard throw to Goldsberry. Connor Haller had three catches,
threw a completion and added an interception on defense. This was
Oly's second shutout of the season.

What we learned from this game - This should have been a closer
game, but Oly grabbed the momentum early and kept pulling away, and
this set the stage for a big game next week.

Next - Oly plays rival Skyline at home. Hillcrest goes up against Murray.

Links - There was no local media coverage of this game. To read the
Deseret News brief,
click here.


Sept. 28 - Herriman 42, Olympus 9

Story of the game - Brady Farmer scored touchdowns on two big plays
- a punt return and on an 83-yard pass - as Herriman whipped
Olympus in a key Region 7 contest.

Oly's highlights - The defense played well in the first half and was
credited with a safety when Herriman's punt snap went out of the end
zone. Tanner Goates and James Fox had big games on defense and
Oly had five sacks, but wilted in the final quarter.

Herriman's highlights - Farmer's 69-yard punt return got the Mustangs
on the scoreboard first and they led 14-0 at halftime. The defense
dominated, holding Oly to just over 200 yards and the Titans didn't find
the end zone until late in the game.

Statistical notes - Herriman QB Tueni Lupeamanu completed 10 of 12
passes for 162 yards. Oly's Anthony Schoenfeld's 64 yard TD run in the
fourth quarter was easily the team's offensive highlight. Herriman's
special teams showed improvement. PK Brady Heninger nailed all six
PATs.

What we learned from this game - After three straight wins over lousy
opponents, the Titans were blown out. This may not be Oly's
most-talented team, but they can play with teams if they play THEIR
game.

Next - Olympus goes to Hillcrest. Herriman plays at Murray.

Links - Both Salt Lake newspapers had reporters at this game. To read
the Deseret News article,
click here. For the Salt Lake Tribune story,
click here. For game statistics, click here.


Sept. 21 - Olympus 34, Murray 14

Story of the game - Coleman Meier and Jake Jones anchored the
Olympus running game and the Titans' offense broke through in the
second half and finally overwhelmed Murray in a Region 7 game.

Oly's highlights - The Titans led just 6-0 at halftime, but got a couple of
interceptions by Tate Benson and Connor Haller to build some
breathing room. It was 20-0 by the end of the third quarter. Corbin
Anderson and Chase Manning split time at quarterback.

Murray's highlights - The Spartans had a decent offense. RB Derick
Sanders and QB Riley Richmond ran the ball well and Richmond
proved to be a dual threat. Sanders and Kelton Myrberg each caught
five passes. The game was close at half.

Statistical notes - Myrberg caught both of Murray's touchdown passes.
Jones had two TD runs for Oly and Ben Seagle had a couple of nice
carries at the end, including a 24-yard scoring run. Michael Ninivaggi
had 12 tackles and Ryan Barber two sacks.

What we learned from this game - Olympus celebrated homecoming
with what eventually would be a comfortable win, but it took a while. The
Titans had to be inspired in the locker room at halftime.

Next - Olympus travels to play Herriman. Murray takes on Westlake.

Links - There was no local media coverage of this game. To read the
Deseret News brief,
click here.


Sept. 14 - Olympus 26, Westlake 6

Story of the game - Jake Jones and Coleman Maier had big rushing
nights as Olympus wore down Westlake and claimed its Region 7
opener.

Oly's highlights - Jones ran for 210 yards and Maier had 120. The
Titans scored on their first possession, led 17-0 at halftime and built
the margin to 26-0. Tate Benson had two interceptions and the defense
came up with seven sacks.

Westlake's highlights - QB Gavin Williams threw a 68-yard touchdown
pass to Timothy Forsyth for Westlake's only score. Early, the Thunder
lost two fumbles, an interception and had a punt blocked. Westlake
had just eight rushing yards.

Statistical notes - Oly rushed for 351 yards and dominated time of
possession. Michael Driggs kicked two short field goals. Jones and
Tanner Goates were credited with two sacks each. Oly improved to 1-1
on the road. This was the school's first-ever visit to Westlake.

What we learned from this game - Oly got its region season off to a
good start. The Titans dominated and the outcome was really never in
doubt.

Next - Oly has its homecoming game against Murray. Westlake plays
host to Hillcrest.

Links - The Provo Herald had a reporter at this game. To read the
Herald story,
click here. For Deseret News stats, click here.


Sept. 7 - Olympus 42, Taylorsville 0

Story of the game - Jake Jones ran for three touchdowns and
Coleman Maier had two as Olympus took advantage of Taylorsville
mistakes and buried the Warriors in a non-region game.

Oly's highlights - The Titans grabbed a big lead quickly. Anthony
Schoenfeld's 28-yard run put Oly on the scoreboard and the Titans had
short fields much of the time. Oly had just 298 total yards, yet easily
reached its highest-scoring output of the season.

Taylorsville's highlights - There was little information available about
the Warriors in this game. Taylorsville dropped to 0-4. The loss was the
Warriors' worst so far this season.

Statistical notes - The Titans recorded their first shutout since beating
Stansbury 51-0 in 2009. Jones carried the ball just seven times. QB
Corbin Anderson threw for 100 yards before being relieved due to the
blowout. Michael Driggs nailed a 42-yard field goal.

What we learned from this game - The Titans got on the winning track.
While the victory wasn't surprising, the dominance may have been. Oly
has played a difficult schedule so far, but it may prepare the team well
for region.

Next - Oly opens Region 7 action at Westlake. Taylorsville has its
homecoming game against Delta.

Links - There was no local media coverage of this game. To read the
Deseret News brief,
click here.


Aug. 31 - Alta 38, Olympus 15

Story of the game - Chipper Lucero threw four touchdown passes and
ran for another as Alta dominated the first half and rolled past Olympus
in a non-region game.

Oly's highlights - The Titans had their moments, despite the score.
They intercepted three  Alta passes to slow the Hawks' progress, but
the offense couldn't capitalize until the second half. Anthony Schoenfeld
rushed for 92 yards and helped Oly control the ball at times.

Alta's highlights - Lucero connected with Ammon Barker twice and
Trevor Hill in the first quarter alone as the Hawks quickly took a 21-0
lead. It was 31-0 at halftime. Barker caught six passes for 196 yards.

Statistical notes - QB Corbin Anderson had just 57 yards passing,  but
one touchdown pass. Lucero finished with 376 yards through the air
and several big plays. Oly rushed for almost 200 yards and averaged
five yards per carry.

What we learned from this game - Oly tried to grind it out, but couldn't
maintain its drives. Alta, meanwhile, scored quickly and put the game
away. Oly is still having problems with big plays.

Next - Oly plays host to Taylorsville. Alta starts Region 3 play at Jordan.

Links - There was no local media coverage of this game. To read the
Deseret News stats,
click here.


Aug. 24 - Northridge 33, Olympus 0

Story of the game - Nate Kusuda passed for 200 yards and two
touchdowns and Dayan Lake and David Adams anchored the running
game as Northridge whipped Olympus in a non-region game.

Oly's highlights - Jake Jones had 74 rushing yards for the Titans. QB
Corbin Anderson had a decent game with 153 yards passing. Eight
different receivers made catches. Oly had a chance to score late in the
game, but turned the ball over on downs.

Northridge's highlights - The Knights exacted revenge on a loss at
Olympus last year. Kusuda threw a 36-yard scoring pass for the first
score. Lake had 112 rushing yards in a reserve role, most came on an
85-yard touchdown run late in the game.

Statistical notes - Eliyah Mayberry had two sacks for Northridge and
also forced a fumble. Adams had 96 yards rushing and 98 receiving.
James Baird was 3-5 on extra points. Northridge had 276 rushing
yards, compared to just 92 for Oly.

What we learned from this game - Oly dropped to 0-2 this season and
is starting slowly. For Northridge, it's just the opposite. This win felt
good to the Knights after losing at Oly last year.

Next - Northridge plays at Kearns. Oly plays host to Alta.

Links - The Salt Lake Tribune and Ogden Standard-Examiner had
reporters at this game. For the Tribune story,
click here. Standard-
Examiner story,
click here. For the Deseret News stats, click here.


Aug. 17 - Sky View 21, Olympus 14

Story of the game - Skyler Hunt rushed for 179 yards, including an
85-yard touchdown run, as Sky View got off to a big lead and held off
Olympus in the season opener for both teams.

Oly's highlights - The Titans had trouble making big plays early, but
rallied in the fourth quarter to make this a game. QB Corbin Anderson
threw a touchdown pass to Nate Mayer and then Jake Jones finished a
17-play drive with a short TD run. Jones finished with 116 rushing
yards.

Sky View's highlights - The Bobcats handily defeated Oly last year, and
avoided the TItans' vengeance with big plays. Daniel Lemon caught a
90-yard TD pass for the game's first score. Shortly afterward, he picked
up a teammate's fumble and rambled for another TD. Hunt's long run
put the game away.

Statistical notes - Oly dominated time of possession and ran twice as
many plays. Anderson threw for 113 yards. Tate Benson was his top
receiver. Sky View was credited with seven sacks. Robert Ercanbrack
had two.

What we learned from this game - The new-look Titans started slowly
on their home field, but coach Aaron Whitehead was pleased at the
team's potential. Time will tell in its tough preseason schedule.

Next - Olympus travels to play Northridge. Sky View has Hunter at
home.

Links - The Salt Lake Tribune and two Cache Valley newspapers had
reporters at this game. To read the Tribune article,
click here. To read
the Cache Valley Daily article,
click here. For the Herald-Journal, click
here. For the Deseret News game stats, click here.