The Utah high school football state playoffs conclude on Friday with the Class 6A, 5A and 4A championships at the University of Utah's Rice-Eccles Stadium.
The Deseret News staff has you covered with livestreams from every game, plus three feature stories on all six teams.
Here's links to all of our coverage so far.
Class 6A State Championship
- Junior Nate Ritchie literally does it all for Lone Peak Knights
- A trophy isn't the only thing that's motivating American Fork
- In second year, Lone Peak head coach Bart Brockbank still evolving
- American Fork QB Boone Abbott's passes — and leadership — are on target
- Battle of Brothers: 6A football title, LDS Church ward bragging rights on line when American Fork, Lone Peak meet
- BYU commit Michael Daley having a monster year for Lone Peak Knights
Class 5A State Championship
- Corner Canyon DE Max Swensen overcame early childhood adversity, now thriving for Chargers
- Commitment to practice has lifted Skyridge Falcons to inordinate heights
- Corner Canyon's Josh Wilson following example set by older brother
- Nameless and faceless, Skyridge offensive line vital to Falcons' success
- Coach's son Noah Kjar has proven deserving of starting spot for Corner Canyon
- Skyridge Falcons defense believes it's up to the task against Corner Canyon
Class 4A State Championship
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- Dixie High's high-flying defense has earned the spotlight in 2018
- Orem QB Cooper Legas has country's second-most total yards thanks to hard work and 'rubber hips'
- Dixie's Walden brothers will key defensive attack against Orem
- Orem football: Ethan Slade's childhood 'tantrum' led to an invitation to play football, a game that's blessed his life
- Reggie Graff, speedy receivers hope to steal headlines for Dixie in 4A title game
- Orem's (big) secret weapon is the chemistry and commitment of its offensive linemen