Posted On: 03/6/21 3:31 PM

The 5A State Championship is here and some thing that many didn’t think would happen, happened and that is that someone knocked off Timpview. That team was Farmington and they had many players step up but Collin Chandler Collin Chandler 6'4" | CG Farmington | 2022 State UT has clutch at the end rebounding and hitting his free-throws. On the other end Lehi knocked out a solid Olympus team and Coach Quincy Lewis is back in a Chanpionship game after returning to the sidelines after a brief stint at BYU as an assistant coach. 

Lehi 

6’2 Noa Gonsalves Noa Gonsalves 6'2" | CG Lehi | 2021 State UT - If you want to see a high level guard that seems like he is just out there so calm, this is your guy. Noa is proving why he is a Division 1 player. He is scoring 18 PPG and he does it all. 

6’4 Peter Amakasu Peter Amakasu 6'4" | CG Lehi | 2021 State UT - the California transfer is a big addition to the Pioneers because they have someone else that can handle the ball, slash and nail those long balls. Peter is a steal at the next level. he’s putting up 14 PPG. 

6’5 Tyson Hawkins Tyson Hawkins 6'4" | SG Lehi | 2021 State UT - Tyson is Lehi’s Swiss Army Knife on both ends of the floor. There isn’t just one

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