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Top 10 Scoring
Last NameFirst NameTeamGamesGoalsAssistsPPG
WescottChandlerBountiful High School1537515.87
JeppesenBrockBountiful High School1558175.00
CheneyMichaelBountiful High School1540324.80
FairmanBubbaBrighton High School1642304.50
CenaMattViewmont High School1230214.25
HigginsKyleViewmont High School1236134.08
ClayConnorViewmont High School103284.00
DeckerMitchellLone Peak High School1338144.00
SheideTannerLone Peak High School1324233.62
OviattChaseAlta High School113183.55
Top 10 Goalie
Last NameFirst NameTeamGamesSavesGoals AllowedSave %
WorldMitchBrighton High School964330.660
MathieQuintonBrighton High School13125750.625
HampshireDalonBountiful High School151781230.591
CarterZacharyPleasant Grove High School642350.545
ArbonKadeCorner Canyon High School756470.544
SchettlerBenOlympus High School171671450.535
DunnMorganSpanish Fork High School101061000.515
WetselSeanLone Peak High School131471410.510
RigbyJaredJordan High School121301310.498
JacksonKassinPleasant Grove High School111111220.476
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Utah Concussion Law
Posted by Tom Campbell on 11/13/2013
In 2011, the Utah State Legislature passed the Protection of Athletes with Head Injuries Act. This law requires amateur sports organizations and schools (ski resorts are exempt from the law) to adopt and enforce a concussion and head injury policy and to get written approval of the policy by parents/legal guardians before their child participates in a sport activity. A child who gets a head injury must be removed from play and may only return after written clearance from a qualified health care provider. Qualified health care providers must have taken a continuing education course in the evaluation and management of a concussion within the last three years.