NORTH LOGAN — Nothing will ever quite make up for a season canceled due to a global pandemic, but several high school boys lacrosse players from Cache Valley received a little bit of closure last weekend.

The opportunity for play for the same junior college softball program was too much for Ridgeline teammates and best friends Tia Washington and Laci Leishman to pass up.

Editor’s note: This is the 10th of an 11-part series profiling various spring high school sports in Cache Valley and recognizing the seniors from those teams.

Editor’s note: This is the ninth of an 11-part series profiling various spring high school sports in Cache Valley and recognizing the seniors from those teams.

Editor’s note: This is the eighth of an 11-part series profiling various spring high school sports in Cache Valley and recognizing the seniors from those teams.

Editor’s note: This is the seventh of an 11-part series profiling various spring high school sports in Cache Valley and recognizing the seniors from those teams.

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Over the past few years, Sky View High School has enjoyed unprecedented levels of success within its athletics department.

The 2019 high school volleyball season was a special one for Green Canyon, which shared the Region 12 title with Sky View and captured its first ever state championship one week later.

When prep spring sports started up at the beginning of last month, I must admit I felt a little bit overwhelmed.

One Green Canyon girls basketball player capped off a stellar high school career with her best season, another developed into an all-state performer, and another was primed for excellence but was injured.

Ridgeline basketball player Brayli Jenks and Green Canyon soccer player Wesley Castro were both hoping for an opportunity to play the sport they love at a college close to home, but not too close.

For the fourth straight year, a state champion swimmer from Sky View has pledged their commitment to BYU.

The Idaho High School Activities Association on Monday took the unprecedented step of suspending spring sports throughout the state for three weeks beginning Tuesday and running through April 5 due to the spread of the coronavirus.

Last weekend Sam Merrill further cemented his legacy as an Aggie legend as he willed Utah State’s men’s basketball team to a second consecutive Mountain West Tournament title with back-to-back-to-back phenomenal performances.

From 2015-18, Preston’s David Seamons watched his older brothers achieve some pretty significant goals at the 4A State Wrestling Championships.

To their credit, the Spartans made it interesting in the second half, but the Indians ultimately showed why they have won 41 of their last 42 games at home.