High school football: Top performers of week 5

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 25 2013 12:28 p.m. MDT

Throughout the high school football season, the Deseret News gathers and tracks offensive and defensive statistics for nearly every team in the state. Each week, roughly 90 percent of the schools submit their stats for publication, and the year-to-date leaders in a variety of categories can be found here.

After sifting through thousands of tackles and yards from roughly 50 games last week, here are 15 of the top performers from week five of the high school football season:

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USC Fan in Utah
Spanish Fork, UT

you missed taylor noles and jason money from spanish fork who both rushed for over 100 yards in their win over maple mountain.

WasatchReb
Provo, UT

Wow...245 yards rushing and 4 tds by TJ Wind and he doesn't make the top 15? Come on!

Wayne1
Spanish Fork, UT

Missed Joe Anderson from Spanish Fork with 9 receptions for 180+ yards......

Wayne1
Spanish Fork, UT

Missed Joe Anderson from Spanish Fork with 9 Receptions for 180 + yards.

UTblue
Alpine, UT

How can you leave a kid with stats like Wind from PG, off the list. Its like how BYU does their recruiting-never watching game film, recruit strictly on height and weight. No wonder BYU is at best, mediocre, and will be for a long time. Some great athletes in their own backyard, but unless you go to Timpview, BYU wont even give you a sniff. I'm talking about Clay Moss and TJ Wind, the two best running backs in the State, both also State wrestling champions, are great competitors and have heart. These kids are proven winners and more than just a football player. Something BYU is lacking.

Something to think about
Ogden, UT

Your statistics on Kavika Fonua are incorrect.

Kavika had 162 yards on 16 carries (10 yards per carry) and 3 touchdowns. He did catch just one pass, as noted, for 80 yards and a touchdown. He had 242 total yards and four touchdowns.

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