2016-17 ALL-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL All-Area 1st Team All-Area 2nd Team ALL-AREA MVP: Box Elder's Keslee Stevenson was ‘a program changer’ COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris Smith making most of chance at Northridge Bear River: Rachel Fronk Ben Lomond: Dawn Kearney Bonneville: Talia Afuvai...
2016-17 ALL-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL All-Area 1st Team All-Area Honorable Mentions ALL-AREA MVP: Box Elder's Keslee Stevenson was ‘a program changer’ COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris Smith making most of chance at Northridge STARTERS Livia Borges School: Layton Position: Guard On the court:...
Mat Clark pulled off a hat trick and Syracuse pulled off a major upset in Region 2 with a 3-2 win at defending 5-A champion Viewmont. Many other soccer and softball matchups were postponed due to rainy weather.
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With a 1-1-2 record heading into its game against Davis on Tuesday afternoon, Layton has already seen several tight soccer matches this season. So, when Davis scored an early goal, Layton didn't lose it — then rallied from a second-half tie to take down the Darts 3-2 in Region 2 action.
Drake Cook lamented his missed opportunities in Viewmont’s season opener Tuesday against Woods Cross.
It took less than three minutes for Bingham to put together a run Viewmont couldn’t answer in the quarterfinals of the 5-A boys basketball state tournament Wednesday at Weber State University’s Dee Events Center.
Just like their first meeting last month, the Royals trailed in the second half before roaring back to capture a 60-47 victory, setting up a crucial game with Northridge next week in a battle for the fourth and final Region 1 bid to the state tournament.
Things that were a little hazy heading into the Clearfield-Northridge game Friday afternoon are now coming into focus — the Falcons can see they’re perched in a pretty good spot, but not out of the woods yet.
PLAIN CITY — Fremont took a 26-18 halftime lead and held off Roy for a 40-38 region win Tuesday. Fremont (6-4 Region 1) was led by Berklee Lerohl’s 10 points, while Abby Broadbent, Haylee Doxey and Karstyn Peterson each scored six. Sarah Shulz scored a game-high 13 points to lead Roy (3-...