For the second year in a row the Riverhawks will have a new football coach.
Unseating the best boys high school cross country team in all of Idaho proved to be too much for the Indians, but they still capped off a gratifying season with one more memorable performance.
It was a little bit of a frustrating opening half for the Pirates, but they certainly took care of business in the third quarter.
All three Region 11 Cache Valley road teams fell on Friday.
While rankings are nice, that is thrown out the window when the action actually starts.
MILLVILLE — The Utah class 4A playoffs opened this weekend, and Ridgeline High School convincingly earned a win against Hurricane in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.
Five matches kicked off the 2019 4A state volleyball championships on Saturday at home sites.
HYRUM — With 4:24 remaining in the first quarter, Mountain Crest ran its second offensive play against Uintah.
It took the Grizzlies a mere 40 seconds to get on the scoreboard Friday evening.
Despite outshooting its opponents 17-12 and attempting 10 corner kicks, the Utah State women’s soccer team was unable to find the back of the net and lost another low-scoring contest.
Injuries have hampered Preston’s boys cross country team for much of the season, but some bad luck in that department didn’t prevent the Indians from putting on a performance to remember at the 4A District 4-5 Championships.
DAYTON — On its Senior Night, West Side managed to put together both a strong and shaky start to its matchup with Soda Springs before settling in for a 46-6 win.
SANDY — It wasn't the most crisp half of soccer the Riverhawks have played during their memorable season, but boy were they clinical.
NORTH LOGAN — Dethroning a program accustomed to winning region titles is always a formidable task.
SALT LAKE CITY — After watching their female teammates go out and make school history, the Riverhawk boys followed suit Wednesday afternoon at Sugar House Park.
SALT LAKE CITY — Heading to the 4A Girls State Cross Country Championship this year had a little extra meaning for Ridgeline.
NORTH LOGAN — The matchup between the fourth-seeded and the fifth-seeded schools in the 4A Girls Soccer Championships didn’t end up being the close contest that both team’s records would suggest.
Ridgeline’s football team terminated a lengthy losing streak in thrilling fashion.
SMITHFIELD — It was a mismatch before the game even began.
MILLVILLE — Though a bit rusty at times, Ridgeline entertained zero notions of a playoff upset, routing Dixie 6-1 at home for the program’s first-ever playoff victory.
SMITHFIELD — A tone was set pretty quick by the hosts Wednesday afternoon.
NORTH LOGAN — It took a while for them to slam the door, but the Wolves made sure their first-ever home playoff match was a memorable one.
SMITHFIELD — In a battle of second-place teams with dreams of still sharing a Region 11 volleyball title, it was the defending champs that emerged victorious.
Early on it was apparent it was a four-person race.
Ridgeline had all seven runners across the finish line before the fifth Bear River girl came in.
For the first time since the Idaho High School Activities Association (IHSAA) started sponsoring girls soccer, Century will not be competing in the state tournament.
In 2016, the year before a newly-minted teenager, Tadon Burbank, entered the Mountain Crest baseball program, the Mustangs were an elite team.
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.