T.J. Haws celebrates Lone Peak's four-peat with the Knight student body.
TJ Haws celebrates Lone Peak’s fourth consecutive state championship with the Knight student body.

In convincing fashion, per the norm with Lone Peak, the Knights defeated Pleasant Grove and won their fourth consecutive 5A state boys basketball championship at the Huntsman Center at the University of Utah Saturday afternoon, 84-66.

Senior BYU-commit TJ Haws scored a team-high 29 points, while fellow senior Zach Frampton had 24 points, 10 rebounds and six steals on the afternoon.

Pleasant Grove’s top player was senior center Matt Conway who fought through a stingy Lone Peak defense for 16 points and eight rebounds.

“It’s just the greatest feeling in the world. I’m so blessed to be a part of this program. We made history,” said Haws.

In addition to Haws and Frampton, sophomore-sensation and BYU-commit Frank Jackson also provided stellar defense, ball control and scoring. Going forward, Jackson will be the featured player for Lone Peak.

In a surprise to nobody who even casually followed the 5A tournament, Haws was named tournament MVP. Jackson was named to the first team all-tournament team.

Senior Zach Frampton talks to his team during a first half timeout.
Senior Zach Frampton talks to his team during a first-half timeout.
Sophomore Frank Jackson shoots during the first half of the Knights’ lopsided win over Pleasant Grove.
One of Marty Haws’ few perils on the day was having to keep up with two sons (TJ and Tyler Haws) who each star for their respective teams. BYU was playing Loyola Marymount during the Knights game Saturday.
The burden of carrying on winning ways at Lone Peak will fall on the shoulders of sophomore Frank Jackson starting next season.
Senior guard Zach Frampton provided rebounding and scoring during the Knight win.
Frank Jackson tries to protect the ball in the waning moments of game.
TJ Haws drives the center of the court.
The 2014 state championship marks head coach Quincy Lewis’ fourth consecutive state championship, his seventh in the past 11 years.
TJ Haws celebrates winning his fourth consecutive 5A state championship.
Lone Peak teammates celebrate another 5A state championship.
TJ Haws gives his mother, Tiffanie, a hug following his big game.
Marty Haws celebrates the state championship win with TJ.
Frank Jackson cuts down a piece of the net Saturday.
Lone Peak fans came expecting and hoping to win a fourth consecutive state championship.
The Lone Peak cheerleaders perform at halftime.
The Pleasant Grove drill team performs during halftime.

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