SALT LAKE CITY — The championship chase turned into a championship Chase.
And there was absolutely no way to catch him.
Lone Peak quarterback Chase Hansen etched his name into the Utah high school record books with a stellar performance, using his arm and his legs to lead the Knights to a convincing 41-21 victory over a frustrated Fremont High team for this year's 5A state title.
Read the rest of Randy Hollis's game recap here.
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