Standout performances from week 9 high school football

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Two quarterbacks combined for 18 total touchdowns, two wide receivers combined for 7 total touchdowns and one running back had four touchdowns in week nine high school football action.

My top 5 player performances from week 9

5. Stephen Robinson, WR/DB, Brighton
Brighton senior Stephen Robinson caught two touchdown passes (50, 59) and had a 72 yard interception return in the Bengals' 35-12 win over American Fork.

4. Tanner Hinds, RB, Davis
Davis senior running back Tanner Hinds ran for over 260 yards and four touchdowns, scoring one in each quarter to lead the Darts over Fremont 28-6.

3. Maka Unufe, WR/DB, Provo
Maka Unufe scored four touchdowns, two of them receptions, one of them a 90 yard kick return and the other a 72 yard punt return as the Bulldogs defeated Orem 34-13.

2. Alex Hart, QB, Jordan
Jordan senior quarterback Alex Hart threw for eight, yes eight touchdown passes in the first half to guide the Beetdiggers to a 54-0 halftime lead over Taylorsville. Jordan cruised to a 54-6 win.

1. Adam Boelter, QB, West Jordan
West Jordan junior quarterback Adam Boelter easily takes the No. 1 spot with his ten touchdown performance, which ties a state record dating all the way back to 1919. Boelter threw seven touchdown passes and ran for three more in the Jaguars' 67-34 win over Payson.

Dominating D
Defense wins games, and five teams impressively shut out their opponents in week nine.
Altamont 20, Milford 0
Cottonwood 54, Granger 0
Juan Diego 55, Ben Lomond 0
Park City 63, Union 0
San Juan 37, North Sevier 0

High powered offenses
Seven teams put up more than 50 points in week nine.
Cottonwood 54, Granger 0
Jordan 54, Taylorsville 6
Juan Diego 55, Ben Lomond 0
Mountain Crest 57, Ogden 22
Park City 63, Union 0
Wasatch 53, Carbon 6
West Jordan 67, Payson 34

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