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Some of the state's top gridiron performances

Published September 21, 2013 5:55 pm
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Here's a look at some of the most impressive performances around the state's football fields.

Any talk about standout nights has to start with Logan's Chase Nelson. The Grizz QB accounted for 691 yards in his team's 49-38 victory over previously unbeaten Roy. He threw for 441 yards and ran for 250 to break his brother DJ's record.

Here are some other top performers (or at least ones we reported by coaches):


Clay Moss, Jordan • 275 yards

Chase Nelson, Logan • 39 carries for 250 yards

TJ Wind, Pleasant Grove • 28 carries for 245 yards

Taylor Noles, Spanish Fork • 27 carries for 165 yards

Cole Casper, Maple Mountain • 21 carries for 157 yards

Zach Katoa, American Fork • 15 carries for 150 yards

Kaden Hayward, Herriman • 148 yards

Parker Rose, Davis • 25 carries for 133 yards

Dane Anderson, Sky View • 18 carries for 132 yards

Jesse McMullin, Beaver • 19 carries for 122 yards

Pano Tiatia, Pine View • 24 carries for 116 yards

Austin Kafentzis, Jordan • 105 yards


Chase Nelson, Logan • 29 of 41 for 441 yards

Kody Wilstead, Pine View • 25 of 46 for 411 yards

Jeremiah Evans, Pleasant Grove • 19 of 34 for 313 yards

Jacen Condie, American Fork • 20 of 28 for 289 yards

Jaren Hall, Maple Mountain • 13 of 23 for 277 yards

Jason Money, Spanish Fork • 18 of 32 for 247 yards

Austin Kafentzis, Jordan • 234 yards


Colton Miller, Pine View • 8 catches for 173 yards

Joe Anderson, Spanish Fork • 11 catches for 160 yards

Hayden Johnson, American Fork • 9 catches for 128 yards

Jacob Doman, Pleasant Grove • 4 catches for 123 yards

Bryce Mortenson, Sky View • 2 catches for 107 yards

Trevor Levitt, Davis • 3 catches for 102 yards —




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