It took some time for the injury-riddled Grizzlies to gel, but they certainly appear to be peaking at the right time.
NORTH LOGAN — It came down to one play on a cold Friday night.
The impressive streak is still intact for Sky View’s football team.
MILLVILLE — Mountain Crest delivered a large serving of cold revenge more than a year in the making with a 6-3 overtime win over Ridgeline on the Riverhawks’ home turf in both sides Region 11 finale and Senior Night for the latter.
MILLVILLE — Ridgeline’s volleyball team put on a serving clinic in its Region 11 match against visiting Logan.
PRESTON — To their credit, the Indians refused to fold after facing a 3-0 deficit.
Riverhawks claim boys, girls team titles at tri-meet
PRESTON — It was somewhat of a rough first half for Preston’s girls soccer team.
HYRUM — With a congratulatory “well done,” Ridgeline head coach Mark Tureson raised the Region 11 girls soccer trophy above his head before passing it on to the celebrating Riverhawk athletes who earned the hardware with their play on the field.
The most decorated high school tennis player to ever come out of Cache Valley certainly made the most of her final opportunity to represent Ridgeline.
A strong start to each half was all Mountain Crest’s football team needed to bounce back from its first Region 11 setback of the season.
Several local high school tennis players will have a shot at winning a state title.
MILLVILLE — A 1-1 draw was the final result of the seminal Region 11 title deciding matchup between Ridgeline and Green Canyon as 100 minutes were not enough to separate the two 4A powerhouses.
MILLVILLE — It didn’t take five sets this time.
Seamons rallies to claim medalist honors, Cats 2nd
With no Park City to contend with this year, the 4A Boys Golf High School State Championship is wide open.
Sore ribs didn’t slow down a Mustang Wednesday, and two Grizzlies somersaulted their way across the finish line Wednesday afternoon at Gibbons Park.
SMITHFIELD — Most felt it was going to be a real dogfight in Region 11 volleyball.
NORTH LOGAN — Green Canyon rode an relieving scoring burst to a 4-0 win over Sky View on Tuesday, extending the Wolves’ unbeaten streak to six games.
It was another dominant defensive performance by the West Side football team, which dispatched of district nemesis Aberdeen, 24-0, on the road last Saturday.
HYRUM — Two teams entered Lynn R. Miller field with an undefeated record in Region 11 play, but Sky View was the only one to leave with the same as the Bobcats shut out Mountain Crest for a 23-0 win on Friday night.
Back-to-back Region 11 loses put a damper on Green Canyon’s scintillating 4-0 start to the 2019 high school football season.
WELLSVILLE — It’s looking like the Region 11 girls cross country championships in several weeks will be a barnburner.
WELLSVILLE — He wanted to test himself.
Possession doesn’t win soccer games. Logan found itself on the wrong end of that lesson Thursday night when they dominated possession for large chunks of its Region 11 girls soccer game, but lost 3-0 to Ridgeline at Crimson Field.
Hawks make it four straight region titles
It was a successful Wednesday for the Preston boys and girls soccer teams.
HYRUM — It wasn’t exactly the start Green Canyon wanted, but the Wolves certainly finished strong.
Having already wrapped up the Region 11 boys golf title the day before, the Bobcats didn’t take it easy on the second and final day of the region championship.
What little hope may have been left to capture the Region 11 boys golf title away from the defending champions was smashed on Monday at Davis Park Golf Course.
It was a memorable weekend for the Preston boys and Ridgeline girls cross country teams.
NORTH LOGAN — After an 0-4 start to the year, Mountain Crest’s football team is now 2-0 in Region 11 play after a 6-0 shutout road victory over Green Canyon on a wet Friday night.
Preston’s first district game of the season was certainly a memorable one.
Defending champs off to good start
SMITHFIELD — Goliath has recovered after being stunned on Monday.
MILLVILLE — The streak almost came to an end on Sept. 4, but the Ridgeline girls tennis team pulled out a pair of three-set matches and ultimately held off Logan, 3-2.
NORTH LOGAN — With most of the cross country runners from Region 11 preparing for the Bob Firman Invitational in Boise, Idaho, this Saturday, the meet Wednesday at Green Canyon gave other runners a chance to compete.
NORTH LOGAN — If ESPN had been at Green Canyon High School Tuesday night, the network would most certainly declared the volleyball match that took place an instant classic.
Just as Tuesday night’s Region 11 matchup between Logan and Green Canyon appeared destined for a scoreless draw, GC pulled off an improbable goal in the 99th minute to win.
It’s fair to say the Logan girls tennis team was anxious to get back out on the courts after sustaining a very rare 5-0 setback — this time to Region 11 rival Green Canyon last Thursday.
Ridgeline played host Monday at the Logan Golf & Country Club.
It was a historic day for the Preston girls soccer program as the Indians swept district rival Century for the first time ever.
The Pirates graduated a lot of very good skill position players from last year’s 10-1 team, but returned several starters on the offensive and defensive lines.
NORTH LOGAN — When the Wolves and Bobcats were finally able to complete their second of two Region 11 showdowns, there was no lack of drama.
HYRUM — The Logan Grizzlies pulled themselves out of a season-long funk, scoring three goals in the first half and holding on to claim a solid Region 11 road win over Mountain Crest by a score of 5-3 Thursday night.