The rivalry between the Alta High School Hawks and the Corner Canyon Chargers is a relatively young one. Going into its fourth year, Corner Canyon hopes to continue to prove that it is more than a split off from Alta High School. After last season’s 38-21 victory over the Hawks, the Chargers look to continue their current undefeated season and maintain their #1 state ranking. While both rosters have depth thanks to future collegiate talent, don’t sleep on the Hawks, who bring in several future DI athletes who have committed to big name schools like Washington and Idaho State.

Despite the age of this rivalry, the communities of Draper and Sandy, UT come out to cheer for their hometown team with the promise of a year of bragging rights to the champions. Look for MJ Tafisi (Alta), Tu’u Afu (Alta), Zach Engstrom (Alta), Zachary Wilson (Corner Canon), Mikey Petty (Corner Canyon), and Easton Peterson (Corner Canyon) to be playmakers throughout the game on Friday night.


John Sheffner
Corner Canyon


Caden Johnson

Corner Canyon

Caden has maintained a 4.0 throughout high school and is a 2 time letterman and captain of the football team. He was first team all-region and first team all-state as a junior. Caden currently has several division 1 offers and a is looking forward to playing football in college.
Indiana Hanson


Indiana is a 2 year Varsity letterman in football and basketball. He plays as a 2-way starter as DB and WR. He played a tremendous role in getting his team to the last year’s quarter finals. Indiana plans to continue his football career and looks forward to competing at the next level.


Josh Davis


Josh is an outstanding example of Alta Hawk’s history. Before graduating in 2017, he racked up an impressive list of honors including being twice named the 4A State MVP and 2016 Gatorade Player of the Year. In his senior year alone, he rushed 2,645 yards putting him at 8,327 yards for his high school career. His speed made him a lead competitor on both the track and the field. Eventually his talents and hard work landed him at Weber State where he has been driving force from start. He was named, only last month, National Freshmen of the Week.


This one was all Corner Canyon from the start. The state's #1 ranked team looked unstoppable in this game, defeating the Alta Hawks by a final score of 49-21. The win builds on last season's win over the Hawks 38-21 and cements Corner Canyon as a force in the state of Utah this season.