Each week the Deseret News collects high school football stats from around the state, with approximately 85% of the coaches submitting their offensive and defensive stats.
Here’s a look back at some headliner performances from Week 7 (you can also check out the Deseret News’ complete sortable leaders feature for offense, defense and special teams).
Jett Meine, Corner Canyon — Had a massive day receiving in Corner Canyon’s 38-23 win over Skyridge as he hauled in seven passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns.
Dallen Martinez, Bingham — Completed 14 of 19 passes for 145 yards and one touchdown and then on the ground added 121 yards and another score as Bingham rolled past Mountain Ridge, 45-14.
Zach Allen, Westlake — Contributed on both sides of the ball in Westlake’s 38-21 win over Pleasant Grove. Offensively he hauled in three catches for 31 yards and a touchdown, and defensively he recorded 10 tackles, one sack and a 40-yard pick-six early in the third quarter.
Jake Lindsay, Weber — Came up clutch when his team needed him, throwing for a score and rushing for another in the fourth quarter as Weber rallied past Layton, 24-20. He finished the game completing 11 of 19 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns.
Koy Dixon, Bonneville — Completed 18 of 20 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns and carried the ball 10 times for 57 yards and two more TDs as Bonneville rolled past Woods Cross, 35-7, for the region win.
Corbin Cottle, Bountiful — Went into beast mode in Week 7 as he carried the ball 24 times for 321 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Redhawks past Box Elder, 28-7.
Bo Tate, Skyline — Made big contributions on both sides of the ball during Skyline’s comfortable 42-7 win over Murray. Defensively, he record nine tackles, one sack and one interception, and offensively he carried the ball seven times for 67 yards and one TD.
Pokai Haunga, Timpview — Only hauled in five passes but still finished with a monster stat line of 277 yards and four touchdowns in Timpview’s easy 62-22 nonregion win over Highland.
Ethan Jackson, Alta — Had a primetime performance in leading Alta past Orem 48-23 as he completed 23 of 33 passes for 409 yards and seven touchdowns.
Kaden Cox, Ridgeline — Lit up the scoreboard yet again as he completed 21 of 33 passes for 377 yards and six touchdowns as Ridgeline rolled past Mountain Crest 56-20.
Easton Droubay, Crimson Cliffs — Carried the ball 12 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns as Crimson Cliffs rolled past Hurricane 45-0.
Truman Moser, Sky View — Had eight rushes for 73 yards and two touchdowns and then on special teams he also scored on a blocked punt as the Bobcats eased past Logan for the 42-7 win.
Dallas Larson, Juan Diego — Overwhelmed Union’s defense in the 56-7 win as he carried the ball 10 times for 307 yards and five touchdowns.
Larson Ogroszewski, Manti — Played a key role in leading Manti to the 32-14 win over Canyon View. Offensively he rushed for 125 yards and a touchdowns and then also passed for a score, and then defensively he recorded three tackles and a pick-six in the first half.
Alex Jackson, Juab — Completed 16 of 22 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns as Juab rolled to the easy 41-12 win over North Sanpete.
Jacob Walsh, Providence Hall — Rushed the ball 21 times for 229 yards and four touchdowns as the Patriots marched past American Leadership 49-21.
Jace Palmer, San Juan — Completed 19 of 30 passes for 214 yards and five touchdowns to power San Juan past Millard for the 41-7 win.
Ryker Jensen, Emery— Led Emery to the 56-7 win over Judge Memorial as he completed 18 of 21 passes for 194 yards and four touchdowns.
Cade Gines, Duchesne — Scored three different ways in leading Duchesne past Rich 52-6. Offensively he scored both and rushing and receiving touchdown, and then defensively he recovered two fumbles, one of which he scooped up and returned for the touchdown.
Kyron Bracken, Enterprise — Carried the ball 21 times for 129 yards and two touchdowns and also recorded six tackles defensively as Enterprise edged North Sevier 27-26 on a touchdown in the final 30 seconds.