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The Mountain Crest (Hyrum, UT) varsity football team lost Friday's neutral playoff game against Orem (UT) by a score of 26-0.
This game is a part of the "2017 UHSAA State Football Championships - Class 4A" tournament.
Mountain Crest's stats are presented by HudlHudl
Today we have the 4A UHSAA State Championship Game between the Orem Tigers and Mountain Crest Mustangs.
Orem is in their 13th State Final, first since 1996. They look to win their 6th State Title, first since 1994.
Mountain Crest is in their 8th State Final, first since 2012. They look to win their 4th State Title, first since 2005.
The setting for today is Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on the campus of the University of Utah.
So far it is clear both defenses came to play today with everything on the line.
The Mustangs defense stood tall again forcing another field goal inside the Red Zone. The Tigers still lead by one possession.
Orem may have just sealed the win with the last score. They are up three possessions now.
Congratulations to the Orem Tigers, the 2017 4A UHSAA State Champions! They finish the Season 12-2 and claim their 6th State Championship.
The Mountain Crest Mustangs fall short of their ultimate goal. They finish the Season with a record of 12-2.
I am trying to watch the game on maxpreps. It is not live streaming. Anyway Go Tigers! I am rooting for my grandson Jacob Demharter.
Okay Tigers! Let's hold 'em!
Keep the clock running!
Way to go!
Come on Orem. Do it!
Alright! That sealed the deal!
Great game Orem.
Congratulations to the Tigers and my grandson Jacob Demharter! From western PA.