South Summit blanks Ogden in second-consecutive road victory

The South Summit Wildcats line up before their rivalry game against North Summit last year. The Wildcats blanked the Ogden Tigers last week in their second-consecutive road win.
File photo by David Jackson/Park Record

The South Summit Wildcats built on their momentum last Friday, blanking the Ogden Tigers 24-0 in their second-consecutive road win. The Wildcats relied heavily on their passing game against the Tigers, with senior quarterback Bracken Lassche connecting with fellow senior Stratton Stevens for 88 yards and both of their two offensive scores. Next up are the Layton Christian Academy Eagles, who are struggling at 1-3 on the season, but rested coming off a bye week.

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