10 high school football stories to know heading into the 2013 season

Published: Sunday, Aug. 18 2013 9:19 p.m. MDT

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Kristin Murphy, Deseret News
Some of the best defensive teams in recent memory in Utah were the 2006 and 2007 Timpview teams that were led by standouts like Craig Bills, Kevin Bills and Bronson Kaufusi.

Don't be surprise if the 2013 T-Birds are mentioned in that same sentence later this season.

The defending 4A champs were already going to be loaded defensively this season, and then four-star defensive end recruit Isaiah Nacua transferred to Timpview from Bishop Gorman (Nev.). He's regarded as the fourth-best recruit in Utah from the 2014 graduating class

His arrival, combined with Timpview's six returning defensive starters (including Emmett Tela and Gabe Reid), is a big reason why the T-Birds are capable of challenging the 2006 and 2007 teams that only allowed 5.9 ppg and 7.1 ppg, respectively.
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Morgan, UT

Morgan did just fine in 3A football and were a yearly contender for the championship.

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