Felt’s Football Facts: 12 teams undefeated, 12 winless in Utah

Felt’s Facts – Week 6 – 2013

This week’s highlights include some of the top single-game performances for the 2013 season. Also included are more comprehensive lists than appeared last week of all-time single-game passing records for 94 schools and rushing records for 101.

Scheduling Quirk
Milford and Rich both compete in four-team Class 1A North. Last week, when Milford played at Rich, it marked the Tigers’ final region game, while the Rebels played their first. Meanwhile, Regions 2 and 3 finally commence league competition this week.

Although the playoffs are weeks away, remember that in the 5A tournament, Region 1 meets Region 4 and Region 2 plays Region 3 in the first round. In 4A, it’s Region 5 vs. Region 6 and Region 7 vs. Region 8. In the other classifications, it’s simply North vs. South.

Undefeated and Winless
Matching the bell-curve, 12 teams savor perfect records (5A: Davis, Brighton, Bingham, Pleasant Grove; 4A: Logan, East; 3AA: Juan Diego, Desert Hills; 3A: Grantsville, Richfield; 2A: South Summit; 1A; Duchesne), while 12 others remain winless halfway through the regular season.

There’s just a single possible meeting between undefeated teams during the rest of the regular season: Brighton at Bingham in two weeks if the Bengals get past Alta and the Miners defeat West Jordan.

And there’s only one potential contest between winless teams: Monument Valley at Whitehorse during Week 10. However, with games against out-of-state Navajo Nation teams, both Utah schools have a good chance of picking up a victory before they meet.

5-0 Starts
Brighton’s resurgence continues: the Bengals also opened 2012 at 5-0 but haven’t won six to start the season since 2004 when they roared to a 12-0 record before falling in the state semifinals.

As a recap, other schools that haven’t been 5-0 for at least three seasons: Bingham (13-0 in 2010), Davis (started 7-0 in 2010), Grantsville (8-0 in 1992), Pleasant Grove (7-0 in 2009), Richfield (6-0 in 2010) and South Summit (5-0 in 2009).

Speaking of South Summit, the Wildcats have won their first five games several times in their 76 seasons. But their best-ever start was 6-0 in 1951 with victories over Wasatch, Morgan, Murray, Judge, Park City and North Summit. SS then lost to Tooele, ending its season with a 6-1 region record as every contest was also a league game.

Desert Hills, of course, enjoys its best-ever start.

Turnarounds
Midway through the regular season finds Weber leading the state as the most-improved team. The Warriors have moved from 0-10 last year to 4-1 so far, an improvement of 6.5 games. Springville follows with a 4.5 game improvement (4-1 from 2-8) and Taylorsville is 4.0 games better (2-2 from 1-9).

Shutouts
Last week saw 13 shutouts, about double any previous week this season. Among the victims: Springville, which suffered its first shutout since 2007, a span of 68 games. Meanwhile, Timpanogos blanked its first opponent since 2006, a span of 67 games. Only Lehi, Murray and Tooele haven’t shut out anyone since 2006 or earlier.

Grantsville has posted three shutouts in five games, the most for the Cowboys since 2000 when they whitewashed four during the season. Duchesne has also held three opponents scoreless and allowed just a touchdown to each of the other two.

More Duchesne
The Eagles lead the state in winning margin (32.2 ppg) and defense (allowing just 2.6 ppg). Duchesne also continues to build on its admirable, state-record 39-game winning streak. However, nationally, it needs to win 27 more and reach 66 straight victories before gaining recognition in the top-10.

From Week 6 of 2007 until two weeks ago, no player had returned two punts for touchdowns in the same game. Now there are two in one season. Duchesne’s Matt Muir raced 90 and 55 yards in the Eagles’ 48-0 demolition of Grantsville JV. He joins Pleasant Grove’s Spencer Romney, who accomplished the feat two weeks ago. Incidentally, the 2007 player, Tyler Reinhardt, also competed for Duchesne. Or maybe they’re one of the only schools that report such achievements.

Jordan QB
As Austin Kafentzis nears the 11,000-yard mark of career total offense with 10,979, he’s less than 2,000 yards short of becoming Utah’s all-time leader. In fact, he just 1,938 yards away.

Incidentally, Utah’s career total offense leader, Alex Kuresa (Mountain Crest, 2007-10), would rank sixth were he included in the National Federation of High Schools’ record book.

Other top-10 career rankings for Kafentzis include fifth in passing yards (7,282), eighth in completions (481), 10th in passing attempts (822) and 10th in 100-yard rushing games (19).

He needs 342 passing yards to climb into third place and surpass Jordan’s current school-record holder, Alex Hart (2008-09).

More Top Career Performances
Logan’s Taylor Compton jumped to seventh in career receptions (156), while Duchesne’s Braxton Spencer moved into 11th in career extra points (125).

This Week’s Most-played Rivalries (min. 50 games)
Ogden and Ben Lomond duke it out for the 65th time since 1953 in the annual Iron Horse game. The Tigers have captured the trophy five years in a row to lead the uninterrupted series 45-19.

Richfield controls its series with North Sanpete 38-23-2 as these teams clash for the 64th time, but first since 2010.

Dixie battles Hurricane for the 62nd time. Hurricane has taken four straight, but the Flyers still own a commanding 42-18-1 lead since 1949.

Spanish Fork and Lehi resume a series that has been dormant since 2008, with the Dons ahead 33-20-1.

First-time Matchups (5)
Cedar hosting Sequoia (Redwood City, Calif.), new Corner Canyon hosting Timpanogos and second-year Summit Academy at Millard are obvious first-time encounters. But despite being only a few miles apart and with 172 combined seasons, Hillcrest and West face off for the first time. Tooele at Juan Diego is also an initial meeting.

Been A While
A bunch of games feature teams that haven’t bumped noggins on the gridiron for several years. Carbon and Morgan have gone the longest – they squared off in 1935 (Carbon won) and in 1978 (Morgan prevailed). They’re followed by Olympus at Orem (1990, Orem leads 2-1), Mountain View at Skyline (1998), Fremont at Kearns (2003), Snow Canyon at Payson (played from 2001-04 and SC leads the series 3-1), Kanab at Duchesne (2008) and Springville at Wasatch (also 2008).

Incidentally, of Wasatch’s opponents this season, it’s played Springville the most recently and the most often – five times. The Red Devils lead the series 4-1.

Four games pair teams that last met in 2010: Cottonwood at Hunter, North Sevier at Parowan, North Summit at South Sevier and Emery at Union.

Week of Streaks
Besides Ogden-Ben Lomond and Hurricane-Dixie, several more matchups are characterized by long winning streaks in their respective series. Bingham has won 11 in a row over West Jordan; San Juan, eight straight over Beaver to lead the series 17-5; Skyline, seven over Mountain View; Lone Peak, five over American Fork and seven of the last eight; Mountain Crest, five over Sky View; Alta, three over Brighton and six of the last seven; and Riverton, three over Pleasant Grove to knot the series at 4-4.

However, Grantsville defeated Judge last year to break an eight-game losing streak to the Bulldogs stretching back to 1961. Judge still leads 14-8.

Corrections
Felt’s Facts never claims infallibility, and here are a couple of examples.

Grand County’s longest winning streak is 11 games, not 10, achieved during the 2005-06 seasons.

Last week’s edition crowned San Juan’s Monty Lee as the winningest coach by percentage among both active and all-time coaches. However, he snuck in a year at Milford (1976) that was omitted. Adding the 2-6 record doesn’t change his position at the top among active coaches. But it drops him into third place among all-time coaches, reinstalling Skyline’s Ken Schmidt in first (.804) and Millard’s Taft Watts in second (.802).

And it also means he picked his 100th career victory two weeks ago, against North Sevier. This Friday, he’s going for his 100th win at San Juan.

Milestone Games
Speaking of landmark games for coaches, Mark Wootton hopes to get his 150th career victory in stints at North Sanpete (73 wins) and Mountain Crest (76). Russ Jones tries for a double-milestone win: his 50th at Syracuse and his 75th overall including stops at Viewmont (20) and Woods Cross (5). And at Morgan, a victory gives Kovi Christiansen his 50th win.

Spanish Fork guns for its 250th victory while Enterprise shoots for its 100th.

This Week’s Top-5…
Scoring teams: Sky View, 45.0 ppg; East, 42.0; Brighton, 39.8; Pleasant Grove, 39.4; Lehi, 39.0.

Defensive teams: Duchesne, 2.6; South Summit, 5.4; Desert Hills, 6.4; Davis 7.0; Grantsville, 8.0.

By winning margin: Duchesne, 32.2; South Summit, 30.6; Sky View, 30.2; Brighton, 29.0; Juan Diego, 27.4.

Midpoint Stats – Single-game Records — 2013 Season
The Deseret News and MaxPreps websites list many of the top season performances in a number of categories, but here are some that aren’t conveniently listed elsewhere or aren’t in one place.

Total Offense (400 yards min.)
691 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/20 (state record)
569 – Austin Kafentzis, Jordan, 9/14
536 – Braxton Coonis, Uintah, 8/30
521 – Nate Kusuda, Northridge, 8/23
493 – JarDee Nessen, Bear River, 9/13
442 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 8/23
440 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/6
423 – Austin Kafentzis, Jordan, 8/23
418 – Braxton Godderidge, Sky View 8/23
403 – Kody Wilstead, Pine View, 9/13
402 – Kody Wilstead, Pine View, 9/20

All-purpose Yardage (300)
383 – Caden Calton, Lehi, 9/6
338 – Ula Tolutau, East, 9/6
323 – Caden Calton, Lehi, 9/13

Net Rushing (250)
347 – Caden Calton, Lehi, 9/6
338 – Ula Tolutau, East, 9/6
315 – Caden Calton, Lehi, 9/13
276 – Clay Moss, Jordan, 9/20
250 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/20

Passing Yards (350)
513 – Nate Kusuda, Northridge, 8/23
492 – JarDee Nessen, Bear River, 9/13
446 – Austin Kafentzis, Jordan, 9/14
441 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/20
411 – Kody Wilstead, Pine View, 8/23
411 – Kody Wilstead, Pine View, 9/20
394 – Kody Wilstead, Pine View, 9/13
388 – Jacen Condie, American Fork, 8/23
375 – Ian Moritz, Park City, 9/20
370 – Braxton Coonis, Uintah, 8/30
370 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 8/23
368 – Derek Beeston, Lehi, 9/20
365 – Jackson Dunford, Timpanogos, 8/30
355 – Viliami Iongi, Provo, 8/30
355 – Tyson Moosman, Gunnison Valley, 9/6
354 – Gavin Williams, Westlake, 9/13
351 – Tucker Camp, Orem, 8/23

Receiving Yards (200)
283 – Colton Jensen, Bear River, 9/13
261 – Jacob Hatch, Gunnison Valley, 9/6
256 – Mack Richards, Alta, 8/30
237 – Spencer Romney, Pleasant Grove, 8/23
216 – Jace Colby, Northridge, 8/23
216 – Mason Kruger, Jordan, 9/14
208 – Jordan Hokanson, Desert Hills, 9/20
205 – Taylor Compton, Logan, 9/20

Touchdowns Responsible For (6)
8 – JarDee Nessen, Bear River, 9/13
7 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/20
6 – Tucker Camp, Orem, 9/13
6 – Jacob Francis, Grand County, 8/30
6 – Chase Nelson, Logan, 9/13
6 – Ammon Takau, Dixie, 8/30

Unique Honors
Before getting to each school’s record-holders, note that one player has the singular distinction of holding the single-game passing record at two schools. James Delacenserie, as a sophomore, threw for 286 yards for Judge Memorial on Aug. 27, 2010. Two years later at Wasatch, he tossed for 442 yards on Sept. 14, 2012.

Two schools, Diamond Ranch and Northridge, have two players that share the passing record for that school.

School-record Performances
Digging a little deeper into the archives unearthed additional school-record performances. They’ve been combined with last week’s to make a comprehensive listing available in one place.

As mentioned, these lists include single-game passing records for 94 schools and rushing records for 101 schools currently playing football.

The passing records minimum is generally 250 yards. I don’t believe anyone has passed for more than 250 yards in a game for Bountiful, Canyon View, Corner Canyon, Delta, Granger, Hunter, Weber, West or Whitehorse. But I’d appreciate information to the contrary or the record-holder for any of those schools.

Only Corner Canyon and Whitehorse are absent from the rushing records.

School-record Single-game Passing Yards
Alta – 393, Chipper Lucero, 9/14/2012 vs. Jordan
Altamont – 250, Weston Goodrich, 8/31/2001 vs. Duchesne
American Fork – 388, Jacen Condie, 8/23/2013 vs. Brighton
American Leadership – 324, Hunter Morley, 8/28/2009 vs. Bear River
Bear River – 492, JarDee Nessen, 9/13/2013 vs. Tooele
Beaver – 302, Steve Hutchings, 11/5/1982 vs. South Summit
Ben Lomond – 295, Colter Smith, 9/3/2004 vs. Judge Memorial
Bingham – 320, Jake Schroeder, 10/7/1998 vs. Clearfield
Bonneville – 396, Kelly Cooper, 10/17/1996 vs. Clearfield
Box Elder – 357, Britton Gunter, 10/3/2010 vs. Bear River
Brighton – 272, Derrick Newell, 9/11/2009 vs. Lone Peak
Carbon – 365, J. D. Jorgensen, 10/4/1996 vs. Park City
Cedar – 359, Jeff Oliverson, 9/4/1999 vs. Uintah
Clearfield – 314, Brock Spencer, 10/6/1989 vs. Davis
Copper Hills – 505, Dan Wilson, 8/27/2010 vs. Box Elder
Cottonwood – 482, Cooper Bateman, 9/2/2011 vs. Brighton
Cyprus – 327, Jeff Brimhall, 10/2/1992 vs. Granger
Davis – 276, Tyson Denney, 9/16/2011 vs. Syracuse
Desert Hills – 344, Nick Warmsley, 9/20/2013 vs. Payson
Diamond Ranch – 276, Kyle Atchison, 10/7/2011 vs. Monticello and Ryan Ong, 10/19/2012 vs. Summit Academy
Dixie – 432, Blake Barney, 9/30/2011 vs. Canyon View
Duchesne – 364, Cameron Flint, 11/4/1995 vs. Altamont
East – 264, Eric Bohling, 10/12/2007 vs. Cyprus
Emery – 415, Ryan Stilson, 9/29/1989 vs. Carbon
Enterprise – 389, Slade Moyle, 9/17/2010 vs. South Sevier
Fremont – 388, Olin Hannum, 8/24/1995 vs. Skyline
Grand County – 295, Jacob Francis, 9/30/2011 vs. Richfield
Grantsville – 284, Logan Paulich, 10/5/2007 vs. Ben Lomond
Gunnison – 355, Tyson Moosman, 9/6/2013 vs. North Summit
Herriman – 327, Tueni Lupeamanu, 10/27/2012 vs. East
Highland – 312, Anthony Smithson, 10/29/2010 vs. Box Elder
Hillcrest – 538, Brad Leggat, 8/31/2001 vs. Layton
Hurricane – 344, Kyle Gubler, 9/19/1980 vs. Beaver
Jordan – 495, Alex Hart, 8/21/2009 vs. Northridge
Juab –363, Jeff Rowley, 10/5/2012 vs. Payson
Juan Diego – 294, Cody Stevenson, 10/30/2009 vs. Juab
Judge Memorial – 286, James Delacenserie, 8/27/2010 vs. Ogden
Kanab – Brandon Jenson, 9/2/2011 vs. Grand County
Kearns – 342 Jordan Floyd, 9/15/2011 vs. Riverton
Layton – 401, Kyle Bubak, 9/30/2005 vs. Northridge
Layton Christian – 314, Andrew Griffin, 9/11/2009 vs. White Pine (Nev.)
Lehi – 402, Kinloch Gray, 9/10/2010 vs. Timpanogos
Logan – 499, Tyler Stevens, 9/30/2009 vs. Judge Memorial
Lone Peak –381, Chase Hansen, 9/29/2011 vs. Bingham
Manti – 232, Connor Aste, 9/21/2012 vs. South Summit
Maple Mountain – 277, Jaren Hall, 9/20/2013 vs. Spanish Fork
Milford – 255, Derrick Bradshaw, 10/17/2002 vs. Duchesne
Millard – 420, Kyle Allen, 10/22/1998 vs. Beaver
Monticello – 343, John Adams, 9/10/1999 vs. Dolores (Colo.)
Monument Valley – 493, Lawrence Atine, 9/1/2011 vs. Newcomb (N.M)
Morgan – 340, Ryan Randall, 8/26/1995 vs. Union
Mountain Crest – 481, Ryan Zimmerman, 11/1/2002 vs. Cyprus
Mountain View – 424, Casey Rehrer, 10/1/1999 vs. Hillcrest
Murray – 353, Shay Wyatt, 10/15/1987 vs. West
North Sanpete – 352, Rhett Bird, 10/8/2010 vs. Manti
North Sevier – 450, Tyrel Torgerson, 10/19/2005 vs. South Summit
North Summit – 348, Brian Richins, 11/7/1992 vs. San Juan
Northridge – 513, T.J. Canales, 11/5/2004 vs. Skyline and Nate Kusuda, 8/23/2013 vs. Logan
Ogden – 469, Nik Allred, 8/21/2009 vs. Murray
Olympus – 471, Lance Rice, 10/4/1995 vs. Tooele
Orem – 420, Taylor Camp, 9/9/2011 vs. Provo
Park City – 386, Heath Vincent, 9/30/2011 vs. Uintah
Parowan – 272, Nick Wood, 9/12/2008 vs. Gunnison
Payson – 483, Devan Judd, 8/26/2011 vs. Salem Hills
Pine View – 489, Alec Mecham, 11/6/2010 vs. Highland
Pleasant Grove – 362, Michael Anderson, 8/17/2012 vs. Kearns
Provo – 418, Chad Nichols, 10/7/1998 vs. Snow Canyon
Rich – 286, Bradley Holmes, 11/14/2009 vs. Duchesne
Richfield –377, Kenny Munk, 9/18/1981 vs. South Sevier
Riverton – 275, Todd Jensen, 10/3/2002 vs. Copper Hills
Roy – 334, Tyler Skidmore, 9/20/2013 vs. Logan
Salem Hills – 288, Josh Adams, 9/25/2009 vs. Spanish Fork
San Juan – 392, Farley Crofts, 10/12/2001 vs. Grand County
Sky View – 406, Jase Hill, 10/11/2006 vs. Bountiful
Skyline – 252, Chase Dunford, 9/4/2009 vs. Highland
Snow Canyon – 252, Kurt Henderson, 8/17/2007 vs. Uintah
South Sevier – 351, Carson Christensen, 10/24/2003 vs. North Sevier
South Summit – 326, Travis Miller, 11/18/2000 vs. San Juan
Spanish Fork – 486, Breck Lewis, 10/31/2008 vs. Jordan
Springville – 440, Steve Bate, 8/19/2011 vs. Dixie
Stansbury – 125, Clint Petersen, 9/17/2010 vs. Delta
Summit Academy – 276, Christian Miller, 10/17/2012 vs. Milford
Syracuse – 258, Brock Anderson, 10/12/2012 vs. Weber
Taylorsville – 338, Jeremy Winn, 10/11/2002 vs. Cottonwood
Timpanogos – 458, Christian Stewart, 9/21/2007 vs. American Fork
Timpview – 415, Danny Southwick, 9/30/1999 vs. Springville
Tooele – 342, Doug Hogan, 9/30/1988 vs. Granite
Uintah – 370, Braxton Coonis, 8/30/2013 vs. Green River, (Wyo.)
Union – 424, Rhen Richard, 11/9/2007 vs. Judge Memorial
Viewmont – 356, Jeff Meservy, 9/9/1983 vs. Skyline
Wasatch – 442, James Delacenserie, 9/14/2012 vs. North Sanpete
West Jordan – 523, Adam Boelter, 10/14/2009 vs. Payson
Westlake – 403, John Ursua, 9/11/2009 vs. Provo
Woods Cross – 407, Jordan Johnson, 10/15/2003 vs. East

School-record Single-game Net Rushing Yards
Alta – 279, Tony Nielsen, 10/8/1997 vs. Mountain View
Altamont – 451, Kyle Foy, 10/14/2011 vs. Milford
American Fork – 286, Robert Edwards, 10/5/1983 vs. Mountain Crest
American Leadership – 223, Josh Silva, 8/19/2011 vs. Layton Christian
Bear River – 332, Sven Nelson, 10/15/1999 vs. Tooele
Beaver – 335, Kelly Smith, 9/28/1979 vs. Hurricane
Ben Lomond – 252, Emmett White, 9/26/1997 vs. Granite
Bingham – 340, Ben Edstrom, 11/5/1999 vs. Mountain View
Bonneville – 245, Colbie Bedford, 10/17/2012 vs. Murray
Bountiful – 291, Jakob Hunt, 10/26/2012 vs. Skyline
Box Elder – 287, Phil Heywood, 11/17/1995 vs. East
Brighton – 338, Mike Hague, 9/2/2005 vs. Clearfield
Canyon View – 361, Austin Minefee, 9/1/2006 vs. Millard
Carbon – 341, Jamal Lewis, 9/6/2002 vs. Uintah
Cedar – 265, John Ursua, 10/28/2011 vs. Judge Memorial
Clearfield – 229, Robbie Richeson, 10/21/1976 vs. Layton
Copper Hills – 267, Robert Smales, 10/15/1999 vs. Riverton
Cottonwood – 253, Nadan Hosea, 9/24/2010 vs. Skyline
Cyprus – 311, Henna Brown, 10/7/2005 vs. West
Davis – 275, Victor Castellano, 11/15/1974 vs. Bingham
Delta – 278, Adam Little, 10/16/1997 vs. North Sanpete
Desert Hills – 187, Ty Rutledge, 9/14/2012 vs. Pine View
Diamond Ranch – 117, Levi Dustin, 9/6/2013 vs. Whitehorse
Dixie – 276, Nate Carter, 10/20/2006 vs. Snow Canyon
Duchesne – 288, Braiden Despain, 9/24/2010 vs. Layton Christian
East – 338, Ula Tolutau, 9/6/2013 vs. Jordan
Emery – 302, Taylor Cox, 9/11/2009 vs. Carbon
Enterprise – 306, Tyler Banks, 9/22/2000 vs. Parowan
Fremont – 232, Nick Vigil, 11/5/2010 vs. Skyline
Grand County – 314, Merrill Noyes, 10/3/1975 vs. San Juan
Granger – 326, Fahu Tahi, 11/7/1997 vs. Northridge
Grantsville – 294, Alan Mouritsen, 11/15/1997 vs. San Juan
Gunnison – 220, Heston Neal, 9/21/2007 vs. American Leadership
Herriman – 239, Francis Bernard, 8/19/2011 vs. Orem
Highland – 290, Jon Rogers, 9/28/1973 vs. Cottonwood
Hillcrest – 216, Zack Johansen, 10/18/2002 vs. Copper Hills
Hunter – 291, Lu’ua Tanuvasa, 9/30/2009 vs. Murray
Hurricane – 302, Ryan Christiansen, 10/23/1992 vs. Millard
Jordan – 323, Sia Viavaka, 9/19/1997 vs. Woods Cross
Juan Diego – 264, Terrel Bell, 9/26/2003 vs. Juab
Judge Memorial – 263, Samui Tuifua, 9/26/2003 vs. Granite
Juab – 178, Dallen Proctor, 9/30/2005 vs. North Summit
Kanab – 230, Evan Orton, 10/18/2002 vs. San Juan
Kearns – 285, Neal Carsey, 9/20/1974 vs. Provo
Layton – 282, Curtis Page, 10/1/1976 vs. Ben Lomond
Layton Christian – 269, Henri Jussila, 9/3/2010 vs. Gunnison
Lehi – 347, Caden Calton, 9/6/2013 vs. Pine View
Logan – 296, Ryan Bohm, 10/18/2001 vs. Roy
Lone Peak – 256, Chase Hansen, 8/28/2010 vs. Mountain Crest
Manti – 315, Curren Christensen, 10/12/2001 vs. South Summit
Maple Mountain – 254, Cameron Carson, 10/13/2011 vs. Orem
Milford – 262, Jared Barnes, 10/21/1993 vs. Duchesne
Millard – 266, Phillip Tuttle, 8/31/2001 vs. Beaver
Monticello – 343, Devin Wright, 10/22/2010 vs. Milford
Monument Valley – 228, Josh Nelson, 9/4/2009 vs. Pinon (Ariz.)
Morgan – 434, Kent Phillips, 10/24/1958 vs. Park City
Mountain Crest – 327, Brad Bybee, 9/8/2006 vs. Roy
Mountain View – 329, James Emerson, 9/18/2009 vs. Westlake
Murray – 310, Casey Davies, 11/3/1995 vs. Box Elder
North Sanpete – 294, Tyson Church, 9/30/2005 vs. Juan Diego
North Sevier – 233, Tyler McEown, 8/18/2006 vs. Parowan
North Summit – 302, Curtis Louder, 10/15/2003 vs. South Sevier
Northridge – 218, Jamar Lee, 9/19/2003 vs. Viewmont
Ogden – 215, Nik Allred, 10/22/2009 vs. Box Elder
Olympus – 337, Paul Peterson, 9/2/1994 vs. Northridge
Orem – 249, Jesse West, 11/1/2002 vs. Spanish Fork
Park City – 360, Mike Richardson, 11/1/1968 vs. Union
Parowan – 224, Zach Wood, 8/27/2010 vs. American Leadership
Payson – 279, Cliff Christensen, 10/27/1978 vs. Provo
Pine View – 348, Prentiss Miller, 9/28/2012 vs. Hurricane
Pleasant Grove – 301, Tom Duvall, 11/4/1966 vs. Springville
Provo – 299, Ed Rowe, 10/20/1983 vs. Uintah
Rich – 303, Justin Groll, 11/8/1991 vs. Milford
Richfield – 310, Bob Biddy, 10/13/1972 vs. North Sevier
Riverton – 246, Brandon King, 10/7/2005 vs. Hunter
Roy – 272, Fred Fernandes, 9/15/1978 vs. Sky View
Salem Hills – 257, Josh Adams, 8/21/2009 vs. Orem
San Juan – 295, Jimmy Jones, 8/26/1977 vs. Delta
Sky View – 229, Brad Singer, 10/14/2004 vs. Logan
Skyline – 302, Leka Moeaki, 10/8/2004 vs. Cottonwood
Snow Canyon – 337, Kyle Coop, 8/27/2004 vs. Payson
South Sevier – 274, Bryan Castle, 9/8/2000 vs. Enterprise
South Summit – 280, Clif Leavitt, 10/19/2005 vs. North Sevier
Spanish Fork – 273, Christian Taele, 9/16/2011 vs. Judge Memorial
Springville – 370, Marcus Case, 8/20/2010 vs. Dixie
Stansbury – 194, Chase Christiansen, 8/26/2011 vs. Park City
Summit Academy – 158, Brodi Strong, 8/31/2012 vs. Altamont
Syracuse – 199, Trevor Davis, 9/9/2011 vs. Box Elder
Taylorsville – 229, Nate Azera, 9/5/2008 vs. Murray
Timpanogos – 208, Jerrit Lui, 9/10/2004 vs. Spanish Fork
Timpview – 312, Ryan Horne, 9/22/1995 vs. Spanish Fork
Tooele – 219, Nick Terry, 108/2004 vs. Judge Memorial
Uintah – 250, David Lawson, 10/19/1995 vs. Park City
Union – 256, Matt Labrum, 10/6/1989 vs. Uintah
Viewmont – 277, Blake Hills, 9/30/1988 vs. East
Wasatch – 315, Ryan Van Roosendall, 9/4/1999 vs. North Sanpete
Weber – 212, David Daines, 9/18/2009 vs. Roy
West – 303, Anetipa Vaisagano, 9/24/2010 vs. Cyprus
West Jordan – 286, Nick Whatcott, 10/16/1998 vs. Copper Hills
Westlake – 205, Josh Sorensen, 9/30/2011 vs. Murray
Woods Cross – 423, Kitt Rawlings, 10/19/1989 vs. Bountiful

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