HYRUM — A combination of star power and depth was more than enough for Sky View’s boys swimming team to end Mountain Crest’s four-year stranglehold atop the region standings.
HYRUM — The 2018-19 high school season was a bit of a rebuilding one for the Sky View girls swimming program, but it’s fair to say the Bobcats are back.
HYRUM — The atmosphere was certainly electric, and the Mustangs awarded their raucous fan base with another memorable, dominant performance.
MILLVILLE — Mountain Crest nearly had it.
MILLVILLE — It would be easy to walk into a game against a team that is 1-13 and assume that a victory is assured. That’s not what happened on Wednesday night.
It was a pretty good night for a handful of Preston wrestlers against one of 4A’s better programs in Minico.
A trio of Mountain Crest wrestlers bounced back from earlier setbacks to capture consolation titles at the most prestigious high school tournament in Utah, the Rockwell Rumble, which concluded last Saturday at Utah Valley University’s UCCU Center.
The final tune-up for the Region 11 Championships was certainly a memorable one for the Sky View swimming program.
SMITHFIELD — It was closer in the end than it seemed for most of the game, but with a 79-68 win Friday night against Ridgeline, Sky View’s boys basketball team came away as the only undefeated team left in Region 11.
It took a while for Preston’s boys basketball team to get going offensively in a big showdown with district rival Pocatello, but the Franklin County Indians certainly found their groove.
MILLVILLE — The probability of a down-to-the-wire dual was looking pretty good, but the Riverhawks had other plans.
A pair of Cache Valley athletes made the most of their only opportunity to compete at one of the Beehive State’s most popular and prestigious prep wrestling events.
SMITHFIELD — A big first half was more than enough for Logan to stay undefeated in Region 11 Tuesday night at Sky View.
It was a solid weekend for the Green Canyon wrestling program, which went 5-3 at the two-day Hunter Duals.
It’s fair to say Cache Valley will be well represented at one of the Beehive State’s most popular high school wrestling events.
MILLVILLE — A series of crisp passes around the perimeter opened up some space for Kyler Hansen to take, and make, a 3-point shot to give Ridgeline a 54-32 lead with just one minute off the clock in the fourth quarter.
A pair of Region 11 tri-meets took place Thursday.
HYRUM — Over the past few years, Mountain Crest and Bear River have built one of the best — if not the best — wrestling rivalries at the 4A level.
MILLVILLE — The birthday girl, Emma Anderson, led her team in both points and rebounds with 22 and 14, respectively, powering a second-half Ridgeline rally to beat Green Canyon 56-47 in a Region 11 girls basketball game on Thursday night.
Ridgeline’s final tune-up before Thursday’s Region 11 showdown with Green Canyon was a memorable one.
One of the best class of 2020 high school football players in Cache Valley will be staying close to home.
MILLVILLE — It’s been a solid start to the 2019-20 season for Ridgeline’s wrestling program, which looked sharp in its Region 11 opener.
It was a rough second quarter for the Bobcats defensively, but they certainly bounced back in a big way.
It was the start the Sky View boys and girls swimming teams were hoping for, and the Bobcats maintained that momentum en route to another successful meet.
It was another good weekend for the Mountain Crest wrestling team, which easily dispatched of all four of its opponents at the Bobcat Brawl.
NORTH LOGAN — Green Canyon’s girls basketball team got run off its own court Friday night by 6A side Riverton, losing 78-46.
With roughly two minutes and thirty seconds left in the game, Logan head coach Logan Brown went to the bench for his reserves, switching out all five players on the court, signifying a hard-earned victory.
It wasn’t easy, but the Riverhawks managed to keep their winning streak intact.
Much to the delight of head coach Alexis Bird, the Wolves didn’t show much rust after a relatively lengthy break.
When London Miller was 6 or 7 years old, she suffered a pretty traumatic experience playing the sport she has since grown to love.
Mountain Crest’s wrestling team was ranked third in Utah, regardless of classification, in the most recent Beehive Top 25 poll, and the Mustangs strongly suggested they deserved that spot based on their performance at the Wasatch Intermountain Duals.
After a great start, the Riverhawks held on to pick up a big road win against a 5A opponent Friday night.
The final Region 11 dual swimming meets of this decade were highlighted by four friendly rivals who share the same pool.
A year ago, Sky View traveled to Olympus and was dominated by one of the best high school boys basketball teams in the Beehive State, 82-49.
For the second time in four days, the opposition had absolutely no answer for the Lady Wolves.
A pair of Cache Valley boys basketball teams were able to bounce back from closely contested setbacks to Middleton (Idaho) and finish strong at the seventh annual Preston Indian Classic.
MILLVILLE — A strong third quarter defensively, and especially offensively, helped the Ridgeline girls to their first win of the season, 51-36, over Syracuse.
It took a while for the Wolves to get going offensively, but once they did it was lights out for their opponent.
Darwin Anderson certainly made the most of his one opportunity to break a long-standing Sky View swimming record.
A trio of Cache Valley high school girls basketball teams earned wins on Tuesday night.
It was the start to the season Mountain Crest’s wrestling program was hoping for.
It wasn’t exactly the start the Wolves wanted Friday night, but they certainly finished with strong.
The first Region 11 swimming duals of the 2019-20 season took place Thursday.
A strong start and finish was more than enough to propel Sky View’s boys basketball team to its second win in as many games this season.
Utah State’s women’s basketball team put the clamps on Dixie State in the second half en route to a 61-49 victory Monday night at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum.
First, she had a game to help win.
The 2018-19 high school swimming season was banner one for Sky View’s Darwin Anderson, and he is off to an outstanding start his season year.