NOTE: The Deseret News picks the MVPs, but the remainder of the all-state teams are based on coaches votes.
Tyler Murdock, Weber, F, Sr.
When he shoots, he scores. Murdock is a classic finisher, leading 5A with 26 goals.
Mitch Jensen, Davis, GK, Sr.
Kept the Darts' run alive en route to the 5A state title. Unyielding with 12 shutouts.
5A First Team
Jeromy Heward, Viewmont, Sr. — Finished with 19 goals
Matthew Coffey, Brighton, Jr. — Fancy footwork and 12 goals
Mitch Parkinson, Davis, Jr. — Sealed the 5A state title, 11 goals
Taylor Fankhauser, Brighton, Sr. — Veteran leader with 11 goals
Skyler Milne, Brighton, Sr. — Key presence, 12 goals
Jesse Molina, Copper Hills, Sr. — Outmaneuvered his opponents
John Taylor, Davis, Sr. — Integral veteran leader, 13 goals
Parker Dixon, Weber, Sr. — Glue in the middle, agile versatility
Wesley Crump, Lehi, Sr. — Unyielding and strong defender
Colby Wight, Weber, Sr. — Quick and scrappy defender
Trevor Obray, Layton, Sr. — Stalwart and athletic in the back
Scott Felsted, Davis, Sr. — Key component of Darts' success
Joe Wheelwright, Weber, So. — Aided in 9 impressive shutouts
Kaden Killpack, Lone Peak, Sr. — Huge presence in the net
5A Second Team
Seth Fankhauser, Brighton., Jr.
Kenny Gordon, Weber., Sr.
Devin Farnes, Davis, Sr.
Carlos Sanchez, West., Sr.
Cameron McLaughlin, Lone Peak, Sr.
Nick Thiros, Layton., Jr.
Dylan Brog, Brighton., Jr.
Luis Vargas, Copper Hills., Fr.
Jayden Bybee, Weber., Jr.
Riley Hale, Lone Peak., Sr.
Taylor Flitton, Davis., Sr.
Tyler Allison, Lone Peak., Jr.
Adrian Sanchez, Copper Hills., Sr.
Connor Sheffield, Alta., Jr.
A.J. Snell, Alta., Sr.
Tanner Henrie, Viewmont., Sr.
Kolton Savage, Brighton., Jr.
5A Honorable Mention
Peter Funaro, Jordan; Matthew Jeffs, Copper Hills; Brody Berry, Lone Peak; Ryan Crowther, Taylorsville; Sam Erekson, Bingham; Anthony Dib, Bingham; Bryce Child, Weber; Patrick Fuchs, Lehi; Taylor Kunz, Weber; Daniel Baggaley, Brighton; Taylor Watkins, Lehi; Braden Vawdrey, Lone Peak; Spencer Hanson, Copper Hills; Braden Smith, Lehi; Zachary Dixon, Weber.
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