Readers from Centerville, Smithfield and Springville won the final Deseret Morning News Prep Grid Picks contests of the season, as the best prognosticators for the state high school football playoffs.

First-place winners in each contest will receive $50 and a Grid Picks T-shirt. Six runners-up in each contest win T-shirts.

5A (666 entries) — First place: Doniel Rich, Centerville, correctly picked 14 of the 15 games. Runners-up: Jordan Long, Lindon, Utah County; Gary Nelson, Salt Lake City; Robby Carter, Orem; Parker Webster, Riverton; Rob Collins, Provo; and Curt Marsh, Monroe, Sevier County.

4A (595 entries) — First place: Scott Smith, Smithfield, Cache County, 14 of 15. Runners-up: Cody Christensen, Mountain Home, Duchesne County; Todd Shosted, Tooele; Jaryd Olsen, Ogden; Randall Jex, Spanish Fork; Dan Haskell, Stockton, Tooele County; and Jenna Kennedy, Randolph, Rich County.

3A (522 entries) — First place: Derek Farr, Springville, 15 of 15. Runners-up: George Peterson, Woods Cross; Kelly Danise, West Jordan; Tony Barton, Saratoga Springs, Utah County; Philip Uhl, Provo; Amber Nyman, Smithfield; and Lance Orr, South Jordan.

More details on the winning and runner-up scores are available by clicking on the "Grid Picks" button online at

The college Grid Picks contests continue this week for the final week of the regular season, and next month for bowl games.