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Top 20 performances from Week 4 in Utah high school football

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Ogden’s Chet Colvin (23) celebrates with teammates after a touchdown in a win over Grand.

Ogden’s Chet Colvin (23) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown in Ogden’s 42-14 win over Grand on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021.

Shafkat Anowar, Deseret News

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 4, and also check out the Deseret News’ complete sortable leaders feature for offense, defense and special teams.

Class 6A

Maddux Madsen, American Fork — Threw for four touchdowns and 275 yards as American Fork dominated on the road with the impressive win over JSerra Catholic of California

Cannon Kofford, Fremont — Completed 20 of 28 passes for 328 yards and two touchdowns as Fremont jumped all over region foe Clearfield for the 41-14 victory.

Lutuiki Nau, West — Recorded five tackles and two interceptions to lead a great defensive performance by West which shut out Cyprus 21-0 for the region-opening win.

Jett Meine, Corner Canyon — Caught six passes for 93 yards and three first-half touchdowns — all 10 yarders — as Corner Canyon dominated Jordan 70-7.

Class 5A

Joe Lomu, Cedar Valley — Workhorse back came up big in leading Cedar Valley to the 42-16 victory over Payson by carrying the ball 30 times for 193 yards and one touchdown.

Jace Welsch, Provo — Completed 16 of 27 passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns while he also carried the ball 16 times for 71 yards and two more scores to lead Provo to the 38-35 win over Viewmont.

Andrew Rasmussen, Skyline — Engineered four fourth-quarter scoring drives, the last of which culminated in a game-winning touchdown pass to Porter Brockman with 14 seconds remaining as Skyline rallied past Bountiful 38-36. Rasmussen finished the game completing 24 of 36 passes for 400 yards and two TDs.

Ethan Jackson, Alta — Helped Alta avenge last year’s playoff ouster to Maple Mountain as he completed 84% of his passes for 417 yards and four touchdowns as the Hawks rolled to the 29-9 victory.

Malikai WIlliams, Northridge — Only caught four passes in Northridge’s 48-0 win over Cottonwood, but he sure made the most of them racking up 125 yards and two first-quarter touchdowns.

Class 4A

Noah Fuailetolo, Desert Hills — Came up big in leading Desert Hills to the 33-21 region win over Crimson Cliffs as he completed 17 of 27 passes for 295 yards and one touchdown, in addition to running for another TD.

Hunter Johnson, Snow Canyon — Completed 17 of 25 passes for 210 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Warriors to the lopsided 48-14 victory over Cedar.

Kaden Cox, Ridgeline — Swung the ball around the field with ease, completing 25 of 36 passes for 416 yards and four touchdowns as visiting Ridgeline dominated Woods Cross 43-12.

Class 3A

Boone Lathem, Union — Completed 16 of 28 passes for 371 yards and six touchdowns, and also rushed for 65 yards and another score to lead Union to the 51-13 lopsided victory over Emery.

Chet Colvin, Ogden — Led Ogden to the 42-14 lopsided victory over short-handed Grand as he carried the ball eight times for 106 yards and a touchdown while also recording seven tackles defensively.

Alex Jackson, Juab — Threw for six touchdown passes as Juab used a big fourth quarter to pull away from Delta for the 45-27 victory.

Class 2A

Ladd Ivins, San Juan — Led the way on both sides in San Juan’s 62-41 win over Milford. Offensively he caught six passes for 129 yards and one touchdown while defensively he recorded 15 tackles and two interceptions.

Duncan Henstra, ALA — Caught 10 passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns, and then defensively had a dominant performance with 22 tackles, one sack and one interception as ALA edged South Sevier 34-33.

Cobe Carter, Beaver— Carried the ball 20 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns and also added a receiving score as Beaver held off Summit Academy for the 33-31 win. Carter also added 10 tackles defensively.

Class 1A

Wyatt Kennedy, Kanab — Anchored a dominant defensive effort in leading Kanab to the 27-6 victory over previous No. 1 Duchesne as he recorded eight tackles, one sack and one interception while also returning a fumble 71 yards for a touchdown.

Kannin Boswell, North Sevier — Did a bit of everything in North Sevier’s 15-14 win over Layton Christian as he carried the ball 19 times for 64 yards and a touchdown and then also recorded eight tackles and an interception defensively.