A lengthy losing streak is finally over for Preston’s boys soccer program.
SMITHFIELD — It has been a long time since Mountain Crest has enjoyed a win against Sky View in region volleyball action.
NORTH LOGAN — Early in the second half of her side’s showdown with rival Sky View, Green Canyon’s Emma DeBerard had the ball at her feet inside the 18-yard box with an ideal shooting angle, but slotted her shot wide of the far post.
A moment of bad luck ended up proving costly for Preston’s girls soccer team in its district opener.
Some of the best scores of the season were posted Monday at Logan River Golf Course as the Region 11 boys got together for another outing.
It was a wild night in Cache Valley for high school football.
Not only are the Wolves very talented this season, they have a wealth of depth.
HYRUM — To the delight of head coach Amber Hyatt, her Mustangs didn’t waste any time putting pressure on the opposition.
Sky View’s volleyball team kept its winning ways going Wednesday night at Coalville.
MILLVILLE — Having standout performers like current Division I players Abbie Kotter, London Miller, Oakley Rasmussen and Tenzi Knowles certainly helped propel Ridgeline’s girls soccer program to back-to-back appearances in the 4A state championship match.
SMITHFIELD — For the second week in a row the Region 11 boys gathered at Birch Creek Golf Course.
It was an encouraging end to an extremely trying week for the Green Canyon football team.
The battle for second place in the Region 11 girls tennis standings is turning into a very intriguing one between Ridgeline and Logan.
BLACKFOOT – The route was a double move, a hitch-and-go from the 30-yard line. West Side wide receiver Bryler Shurtliff ran seven yards, chopped his feet in hopes of selling a comeback route, then flipped his hips and darted towards the pylon.
With the region volleyball season just around the corner, the Grizzlies are trying to build some momentum.
The Mustangs were a bit frustrated after Highland (Idaho) converted on a late penalty kick and escaped with a 4-3 victory last Saturday in Hyrum.
MILLVILLE — There’s no question the Wolves are the team to beat among Region 11 girls tennis programs this season.
Two valley volleyball teams rode momentum built over the weeknd at a tournament to three-set wins Tuesday night, while the third team in action is continuing to try and get in a groove.
SMITHFIELD — When you get four players to finish in the top six, chances are pretty good that a team win will follow.
SMITHFIELD — Four valley teams were in action last Friday and Saturday at the Servin’ up North Side Volleyball Tournament hosted by Sky View.
The rematch of last year’s 2A state championship football game was an instant classic.
For the second time in as many weeks, Green Canyon’s football game came down to a field goal as time expired.
HYRUM — For the first time this season, the Mountain Crest Mustangs can count themselves winners after downing Box Elder 20-7 at home Friday night.
The Wolves were already the clear cut favorites to capture their second straight Region 11 title in girls tennis without the addition of any newcomers.
PRESTON — Amber Hyatt was a bit concerned her Mustangs would exhibit some rust in their first girls soccer match in 13 days.
SMITHFIELD — A pair of Wolves led Green Canyon to a sweep in the cross country Region 11 opener Wednesday afternoon under pretty warm conditions.
Most coaches try to avoid talking too much about the past.
It’s been a challenging start to the season for Logan’s girls soccer program, but the gritty Grizzlies had their breakthrough in the face of some major adversity in their second-to-last non-region match.
It was another rough night for high school volleyball teams in action Tuesday night.
For the second time in as many weeks, Green Canyon’s football game came down to the wire and, once again, the Wolves made enough plays to earn a gratifying victory.
It wasn’t pretty, but one of Preston’s best defensive performances in recent memory was just enough to help the Indians earn a big season-opening victory.
It was a year later than they were hoping for, but the Bobcats battled their way to a breakthrough performance against a Region 11 opponent.
MILLVILLE — It wasn’t the result his team was hoping for, but as far as Ridgeline head coach Mark Tureson is concerned, it’s the kind of match that can pay dividends in the future.
It was a much better night for two valley volleyball teams Thursday night.
It was a pretty ideal start to 2020 high school football season for Preston as the Indians won two of their first three games, including a memorable 34-15 triumph over defending Wyoming 3A state champion Star Valley.
It was opening night for three Region 11 volleyball teams and a fourth was also in action Tuesday.
A strong second half was more than enough for the Bobcats to keep their undefeated record intact.
SMITHFIELD — With Sky View breaking out several new starters in the first game of the season against an imposing 6A school, Herriman, some suspected the Bobcats’ 25-game winning streak was in jeopardy Friday night.
Missed opportunities on offense and a muffed punt threatened to unravel the Grizzlies, but they refused to lose their poise.
The first week of the high school girls tennis season was a smashing success for Green Canyon.
There was no stopping the Mustangs in their home opener.
With the possible exception of Ridgeline, every high school football team in Region 11 has some questions marks heading into the 2021 campaign.
MILLVILLE — With more than half their starters back on both sides of the ball, the Riverhawks are favorites in a coaches poll to win Region 11.
A very short turnaround didn’t deter Sky View’s girls soccer team one bit.
A rough 19-minute stretch of the second half prevented Ridgeline’s girls soccer team from prevailing in its season opener, but the defending 4A state championships bounced back in a big way.
MILLVILLE — The first high school boys soccer match following Spring Break was a rough one for Ridgeline, which lost at home to a very good Green Canyon side, 2-0.
They only won one more game than they did during the 2019 high school football season, but it still felt like the Grizzlies made substantial strides in 2020.
The first high school girls soccer match of the 2021 season was a very encouraging one for the Mustangs.
NORTH LOGAN — A mixture of youth and veterans may be just the right combination to make some noise in Region 11 football this year.