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High school football: Loaded Pine View seeks a region 10 3-peat

When Dixie Excessive coach Blaine Monkres was requested if Pine View — winners of 14 straight area soccer video games the previous two years — was the area favourite once more this yr, he didn’t dance across the apparent.

“I feel Pine View is the group to beat anyplace,” stated Monkres.

Loaded with returning expertise, and a beneficiary of a number of proficient newcomers, Pine View heads into the 2021 season because the clear-cut group to beat in Area 10 — previously Area 9 however renamed due to UHSAA realignment.

There’s a little bit of uncertainty at quarterback for Ray Hosner’s group, but it surely’s not for a scarcity of expertise however slightly a scarcity of expertise. Hosner’s monitor report suggests whoever will get the beginning nod could have a really huge season.

Assuming all goes in keeping with plan and Pine View enjoys a third-straight undefeated area season, the larger query revolves round if this lastly is the yr this program goes undefeated within the playoffs?

Pine View is 0-7 all-time in state championship video games, together with a 39-33 loss to Sky View in final yr’s championship sport. Ball safety was a giant challenge for the Panthers as they turned it over 4 instances within the loss.

Regardless of the frustration of developing quick on the ultimate purpose, Hosner stated this yr’s returning gamers are viewing the expertise gained final yr as a optimistic.

“’They’re like ‘hey coach, if we didn’t have the turnovers we win, we wish ball safety this yr.’ They’re already setting their targets,” stated Hosner.

Whereas the expertise is definitely there to get the job achieved, Hosner stated he’s been extra happy this summer time in regards to the mentality of his gamers specializing in the larger image locally and never simply themselves.

“They’re targeted on service and we’ll nonetheless maintain enterprise and win soccer video games,” stated Hosner.

Profitable in soccer by no means comes simple, but it surely could be a little bit simpler for Pine View with the return of dual brothers Dominique McKenzie and Marcus McKenzie, nightmares defensively for opposing defenses with their pace and playmaking means at extensive receiver.

On prime of that, Keith Adams Jr. moved to St. George from Georgia the place he rushed for over 1,000 yards. The son of a former Clemson standout and NFL participant, Keith Adams Sr., he’ll present a giant 1-2 punch within the Pine View backfield with Ryan Jordan.

The battle behind Pine View in Area 10 may very well be fairly extensive open.

Over the previous three years, Snow Canyon, Dixie and Desert Hills have all taken turns ending runner-up down south. All three may emerge as Pine View’s prime challenger once more this yr, to not point out Crimson Cliffs which may make a giant soar in yr 3 because the college opened its doorways.

The slight edge would appear to go to Dixie, which has a good quantity of expertise again, most notably quarterback Bronson Barben.

He had a good junior season, passing for over 2,600 yards and 18 touchdowns, however Dixie coach Blaine Monkres expects a giant soar from Barben, which frequently occurs with second-year quarterbacks in his unfold offense.

“He’s a pacesetter on our entire group, he’s in all probability among the finest if not the very best quarterback I’ve had so far as only a pure man who can go. I’ve had some good guys who can run like Reggie Graff, Mike Sharp and Blake Barney and people guys, however Bronson can positively throw the ball higher than these guys can,” stated Monkres.

He isn’t as elusive as these prior Dixie QBs although, and might’t merely depend on his playmaking means to scrub up busted performs.

“We are able to’t make errors on offense, should be environment friendly,” stated Monkres.

Deseret Hills was pegged to complete third in Area 10 as new coach Rick Berry inherits a group that returns eight starters on offense and 7 on protection.

Berry is one in every of two new head coaches in Area 10 as Cory Ashby takes over as head coach at Hurricane.

Canyon View can be now not within the area after it dropped right down to 3A after the newest UHSAA realignment.

Maybe the most important unknown amount down south is Crimson Cliffs. The third-year college returns eight starters on offensive and eight on protection as coach Jaron Tate stated the group lastly has an entire roster of seniors, juniors and sophomores

The Mustangs have been aggressive in area with largely underclassmen final yr, however a yr stronger they may shock some groups in 2021.

Snow Canyon was projected to complete within the backside half of area play this yr, which might be a giant drop after ending second to Pine View final yr. It has some all-state caliber gamers to switch, but when it does a prime three end is definitely doable


Area 10 projections

(Preseason rankings are primarily based on coaches’ votes)

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1. Pine View Panthers

  • All-time report: 250-150 (38 years)

2021 schedule

Coach Hosner normal outlook

“I simply suppose they’re good, hard-working children. They love the sport, they don’t thoughts grinding. They’re motto this yr is it’s not about us, they’ve a number of service tasks they’ve been engaged on. They love soccer, however they wish to ensure they’re serving and making an impression additionally on the neighborhood.”

Offensive coordinator: Gary Crowton

2020 offense: 41.0 ppg (third in 4A)

  • 8 returning starters.
  • Unfold offense.

Returning offensive starters

  • Dominique McKenzie, WR
  • Marcus McKenzie, WR
  • Tyson Moten, WR
  • Peter Falaniko, OL
  • Bradeon Nomee, OL
  • Peyton Kalika, OL
  • Vai Lefe, OL
  • Ryan Jordan, RB
  • Austin Kogan, Okay

Key offensive newcomers

  • Turner Williams, QB/Slot
  • Tyler Brown, QB
  • Sawyer Wooden, QB
  • Abe Rosenlund, QB
  • Keith Adams, RB
  • Byron Cullison, RB

Defensive coordinator: KJ Boyer

2020 protection: 20.6 ppg (fourth in 4A)

  • 7 returning starters.
  • 3-4 protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Tasi Lototai, DT
  • Corben Gifford, NG
  • Dylan Becker, LB
  • Ryan Jordan, LB
  • Faagalu Aetonu, LB
  • Ian Becker, LB (transferring from security)
  • Marcus McKenzie, S

Key defensive newcomers

  • Christian Pilimai, DT
  • Vai Tia Tia, DL
  • Tolu Tia Tia, DL
  • Seth Shumway, DL
  • Tanner Fordham, LB
  • Jake Sersansie, DB
  • Ben Beckstrand, DB
  • Dominique McKenzie, DB
  • Byron Cullison, CB

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2. Dixie Flyers

  • All-time report: 457-259-6 (76 years)
  • State titles: 8 (1957, 1967, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1998, 2012, 2014)

2021 schedule

Coach Monkres normal outlook

“We had a whole lot of accidents to key senior gamers final yr which enabled us to play a number of underclassman that may not have performed. Bronson Barben is returning at QB which is a giant plus for us. General normal dimension is all the time an issue for us on the offensive and line of defense however we’ve some children that I hope will step up and battle on Friday nights.”

Offensive coordinator: Blaine Monkres

2020 offense: 23.8 ppg (thirteenth in 4A)

  • 5 returning starters.
  • Unfold offense.

Returning offensive starters

  • Nick Zimmerman, OL
  • Brock Reese, OL
  • Bronson Barben, QB
  • KC Erickson, OL
  • Alex Alldredge, OL

Key offensive newcomers

  • Mason Kesterson, TE
  • Jahkeo Mitchell, WR
  • Jaxon Barben, WR
  • Derek Kesterson, WR
  • Jeffrey Christian, RB

Defensive coordinator: Ken Beazer

2020 protection: 19.3 ppg (third in 4A)

  • 6 returning starters.
  • Even entrance protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Honor Alo, DL
  • Truemann Alo, LB
  • Dave Hollings, LB
  • Bode Ray, LB
  • Treven Alldredge, LB
  • Mamao Tofi, DB

Key defensive newcomers

  • Jahkeo Mitchell, CB
  • Chet Atkinson, S
  • Cole Stewart, DE

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3. Desert Hills Thunder

  • All-time report: 91-55 (13 years)
  • State titles: 2 (2013, 2016)

2021 schedule

Coach Berry normal outlook

“We have now a great steadiness of returners coming again on each side of the ball. We have now a brand new head coach and defensive coordinator who brings a whole lot of expertise teaching each the collegiate and highschool ranges. The boys selecting the brand new defensive schemes, coverages. On the offensive facet we even have a brand new coordinator who has a whole lot of expertise having coached alongside coach Berry on the collegiate and highschool ranges. The boys are doing selecting up the brand new offense. The neighborhood is optimistic and passionate about our new head coach and we’re all excited to get again on the turf in August.”

Offensive coordinator: Jim Eggleston

2020 offense: 22.3 ppg (fifteenth in 4A)

  • 8 returning starters.
  • Unfold offense.

Returning offensive starters

  • Dawson Bundy, OG
  • Robby Tangren, OT
  • Maguire Might, C/OG
  • Steele Wyman, OG
  • Eric Olsen, TE
  • Fuailetolo, Noah, QB
  • Tayven Mortenson, Slot/WR

Defensive coordinator: Rick Berry

2020 protection: 25.2 ppg (tenth in 4A)

  • 7 returning starters.
  • 4-3 protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Dawson Bundy, DT
  • Robby Tangren, DT
  • Eric Olsen, DE
  • Jake Wilkins, LB
  • CY Nunley, MLB
  • Trey Leavitt, CB
  • Awsten Turnbow, SS

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4. Crimson Cliffs Mustangs

  • All-time report: 5-16 (2 years)

2021 schedule

Coach Tate normal outlook

“After two seasons of small senior class sizes because of being a brand new college, we’re excited to compete for the primary time with an entire roster. Our youth prior to now has created a whole lot of varsity expertise on the group with eight returning starters on either side of the soccer.”

Offensive coordinator: Keola Lavatory

2020 offense: 17.1 ppg (18th in 4A)

  • 8 returning starters.
  • 3-4 protection.

Returning offensive starters

  • Chase Hansen, QB
  • Easton Droubay, RB
  • Parker Andrus, OL
  • Cameron Smithson, OL
  • Stone Hansen, OL
  • Gunner Orr, WR
  • Jaxon Richey, WR
  • Jordan Eaton, WR

Defensive coordinator: Wayne Alofipo

2020 protection: 22.8 ppg (seventh in 4A)

  • 8 returning starters.
  • 3-4 protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Zach Andrus, ILB
  • Corbin Cuff, S
  • Isaac Golder, CB
  • Jackson Griffiths, ILB
  • Wai Kaonohi, OLB
  • Nalu Lavatory, DL
  • Devin McAffee, DL
  • Fasito’otai Salanoa-Sagapolu, DL

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5. Snow Canyon Warriors

  • All-time report: 166-117 (27 years)
  • State titles: 2 (1996, 1999)

2021 schedule

Coach Esplin normal outlook

“We have now athletes in any respect positions. The scholar-athletes in our program perceive how vital the burden room is. We have now good group pace. We should always have extra endurance than the groups we play. We’re unselfish and consider in one another. We’re a sensible group. We have now a mixture of key returners and group members which were working to have the chance to start out and play. These group members that haven’t began but will grow to be identified and revered names with laborious work. They’ve the talents and skill. They want sport expertise to achieve the boldness they are going to want. Our returning starters are anticipated to steer our group.”

Offensive coordinator: Tim Nowatzke

2020 offense: 33.2 ppg (sixth in 4A)

  • 7 returning starters.
  • A number of offenses.

Returning offensive starters

  • Jordan Wade, WR
  • Frutuoso Alejos, OL
  • Logan Mendenhall, WR
  • Will Warner, WR
  • Brooks Esplin, WR
  • Jake Hill, WR

Key offensive newcomers

  • Hunter Johnson, QB
  • Abram Gardner, C
  • Beau Miller, OL

Defensive coordinator: Alshondre Smith

2020 protection: 19.3 ppg (second in 4A)

  • 4 returning starters.
  • A number of defenses.

Returning defensive starters

  • Logan Mendenhall, DB
  • Brooks Esplin, DB
  • Will Warner, DB
  • Jake Hill, DB

Key defensive newcomers

  • Drake Kelly, LB
  • Kyle Kennedy, LB
  • Braydon Jones, DB
  • Landon Robinson, LB
  • Rockwell Jones, LB
  • Bo Hickman, LB
  • Ayden Anaya, DL
  • Phoenix Oliver, DL
  • Beau Miller, DL
  • Carson Nowatzke, LB
  • Kolter Stuart, DB

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6. Cedar Metropolis Reds

  • All-time report: 376-329-8 (74 years)

2021 schedule

Coach Bennett normal outlook

“We’re excited for one more yr. We could have essentially the most pace we’ve had in years with a powerful offensive Line. We have now some nice working backs returning and a great group of underclasses which are anticipated to contribute.”

Offensive coordinator: Josh Bennett

2020 offense: 28.9 ppg (eighth in 4A)

  • 6 returning starters.
  • Unfold offense.

Returning offensive starters

  • Parker Allen, OT
  • Elliot Corser, OG
  • Ben Ellis, RB
  • Braxtan Torres, WR
  • Conner Hardman, WR
  • Matthew Villa-Rowe, OT

Key offensive newcomers

  • Bryson Bennett, Middle
  • Trent Durbin, OT
  • DJ Warren, WR

Defensive coordinator: Mark Esplin

2020 protection: 21.3 ppg (sixth in 4A)

  • 5 returning starters.
  • 3-3/4-2 protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Kason Crandall, S
  • Braxtan Torres, Nook
  • Matthew Villa-Rowe, DT
  • Ben Ellis, LB

Key defensive newcomers

  • Tel Hirschi, DB
  • Isaac Bell, DB
  • Bryson Bennett, LB
  • Ryan Hill, LB
  • Damien McGarvey, DB

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7. Hurricane Tigers

  • All-time report: 316-352-12 (71 years)
  • State titles: 1 (2011)

2021 schedule

Coach Ashby normal outlook

“Though we don’t have a whole lot of returning starters we noticed a whole lot of our underclassmen get some high quality minutes on the sphere, so I’m assured in these roles being taken over. It’s a brand new teaching employees however we retained the coordinators so will probably be the primary time in over 4 or so years that the boys are coming into the season with just about the identical protection and offense so it’s nice getting a little bit extra in depth with what we wish the children to do and with our QB having a yr below his belt and solely a junior. I like the place we’re beginning the season. All of our youngsters are working laborious this offseason and we’re excited to get the season going.”

Offensive coordinator: Cory Ashby

2020 offense: 12.0 ppg (twenty first in 4A)

  • 3 returning starters.
  • A number of hole schemes offense.

Returning offensive starters

  • Jesse Horn, OL
  • Mohanri Tunaunaipia, OL
  • Carter Ashby, QB
  • RJ Wright, Okay

Key offensive newcomers

  • Adrix Clegg, RT
  • Hunter Prince, RB/WR
  • RJ Wright, WR
  • Dre Mendoza, WR

Defensive coordinator: Nick Hansen

2020 protection: 33.5 ppg (twenty first in 4A)

  • 4 returning starters.
  • 4-2-5 protection.

Returning defensive starters

  • Nifai Iloa, DE/LB
  • Ashton Williams, LB
  • Jesse Horn, DL
  • Cole Johnson, Security
  • Mikah Murphy, LB

Key defensive newcomers

  • Jake Barlow, DE
  • Isaiah Eggerton, DB
  • Ephraim Johnson, LB
  • Dallen Yates, DT
  • Jace Meacham, DB
  • Torren Haynes

https://www.deseret.com/2021/7/31/22575175/utah-high-school-football-loaded-pine-view-seeks-region-3-peat-in-2021-but-nothing-easy-in-region-10

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