JASON MONEY, Spanish Fork, football: This senior quarterback turned in an epic performance in Week 5, but surprisingly he did most of his damage on the ground.
Money carried the ball 36 times for 378 yards and a staggering six touchdowns to lead Spanish Fork to a 47-37 victory over Maple Mountain.
His 378 rushing yards ranks fifth in the all-time state record books.
A three-year starter for the Dons, Money's previous career high was 188 rushing yards last October at Salem Hills.
In his career, Money has rushed for 2,268 yards and 27 TDs, while hes thrown for 5,234 yards and 42 TDs. His 7,502 yards of career total offense ranks him ninth in state history, and with a strong second half of the season he could move up to seventh.
HELENA WOLFE, Skyline, volleyball: She isn't just a talented volleyball player who runs the Skyline offense. She is part coach, part strategist and all leader on the court and off.
"She convinced me to run a 5-1 last year, and we're doing it again this year," said Skyline head coach Jami Hutchins. "She's just so smart on the court. She sees the court really well and reads the defense so well. Her set selection is so good. She just knows when and where to set."
The honor student is a two-year starter and it's her skill and leadership that have the third-ranked Eagles off to a 19-3 start. They're undefeated in region play.
"She's just one of those kids that everyone wants to be around, not just volleyball players," Hutchins said. "She's a great leader. She's a funny kid, keeps everybody laughing. She's just a good kid."