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Jason Olson, Deseret Morning News
Class 4A MVP, Dominique Moe, Timpview (center, 51)
Class 5A MVP

Ryan Rosenvall, Alta

QB, 6-2, 180, Sr.

Region 2 MVP led Alta to its first state title since 1988 by completing 133 of 202 passes for 1,909 yards and 24 touchdowns. Also proved himself to be a dual-threat quarterback by rushing for 837 yards and nine touchdowns. Best game of the season came against Grant, Calif., when he rushed for 101 yards and four touchdowns in addition to passing for three other scores.

Class 4A MVP

Dominique Moe, Timpview

LB, 5-11, 230, Sr.

This middle linebacker was at the heart of Timpview's dominant defense, a big reason why nobody could run on the Thunderbirds all year. He finished with 83 tackles and six sacks as Timpview put together the first undefeated season in school history at 13-0.

Class 3A MVP

Jordan Ballam, Logan

LB, 5-11, 170, Jr.

Led Logan to a state championship with one of the greatest months ever played during the state tournament, finishing with 37 tackles, five fumble recoveries, two interceptions and three defensive and special teams touchdowns.

Class 2A MVP

Dallin Donaldson, N. Summit

RB/DB, 5-10, 170, Sr.

Helped the Braves finish the season with a perfect 12-0 record by rushing for 1,210 yards and 17 touchdowns on 124 carries. Despite a broken hand in the semifinals, he carried the ball 18 times in the championship game, including a touchdown. He was a great safety as well.

Class 1A MVP

Logan Mazzettia, Kanab

RB/LB, 5-8, 175, Sr.

Led Cowboys to a state championship by rushing for 877 yards and 17 touchdowns on 79 carries. Defensively, he was always in the mix at linebacker, racking up 57 tackles. In the state title game, he rushed for 140 yards.