SAM FENN, Enterprise: Opponents have discovered all year that this senior running back is very difficult to bring down.
Through six games, Fenn has racked up 771 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns on 120 carries. In a lopsided victory over Parowan last week, Fenn carried the ball 23 times for 203 yards and four touchdowns.
"He's just a physical runner. He's going to run you over," said Enterprise coach Scott Robinson about his 4.0 GPA athlete. "On top of that, Sam is a great person. He's the kind of kid you'd want to marry your daughter. He's just a good young man in all aspects of life."
Fenn was a first-team all-stater last year with more than 1,400 rushing yards and 14 TDs.
KAYLA WALKER, Davis: This senior's hard-hitting spikes helped the Darts go from just another "also ran" to serious title contender.
"She wants to be a good player, and that's what makes her so good," said Dart coach Jamie Fox. "She puts in the time; she puts in the work."
The 6-foot-6 Walker isn't just another tall girl at the net. She's so versatile, she can play any position Fox needs her to play, and she's one of the team's best defensive players as well as an almost unstoppable offensive force.
After just four weeks of play, she has 283 kills, 135 digs and 62 stuff blocks. The future Pepperdine star was voted a team captain by her teammates.
"She really communicates well with everyone," Fox said.
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