The Green Canyon administration is hopeful a familiar face can help the boys basketball program take another step in the right direction.
A big day at the plate by Davis Fullmer was just enough for the Mavericks to keep their undefeated record intact.
Within days of the high school baseball season concluding on May 22, coaching changes began in the valley.
It’s been an ideal start to the American Legion season for Mountain Crest’s baseball program and new head coach Trace Hansen.
MILLVILLE — What was supposed to be another epic showdown between two of the best football programs in Utah’s 4A classification turned into a nightmare for Ridgeline.
When it comes to leaving your mark on a program, Amber Kartchner has certainly done that.
As far as Eric Richards is concerned, it was an ideal ending to a strong season for Cache Valley’s high school water polo club.
It was a long wait for Ashlyn Willis, but a very worthwhile one.
KAYSVILLE — All season long, Green Canyon’s boys 4x400-meter relay team has been primed for success, but those top four runners have rarely all been healthy at the same time.
KAYSVILLE — Three of the best high school girls track & field athletes in the Beehive State reside in Cache Valley, and that was clearly evident at the 4A State Championships, which concluded early Saturday evening at Davis High School.
WEST JORDAN — It wasn’t the trophy they wanted, but the Mustangs are bringing back a piece of hardware to Hyrum.
It’s been a painful track & field season for Preston’s Taite Priestley, but it’s also been a very rewarding one.
SMITHFIELD — It was a roller-coaster ride for Sky View boys lacrosse fans Friday afternoon.
Amber Kartchner has accomplished a lot during her four years as an athlete at Logan High School, but one thing had eluded her heading into her final couple of weeks as a Grizzly.
A strong pitching performance from Braydon Schiess wasn’t quite enough for the Mustangs to extend their winning streak to six.
They were hoping to stay a little longer, but the Riverhawks just couldn’t handle the Falcons.
It was not looking good for Ridgeline on the first day of the Championship Rounds at the 4A softball state tournament Wednesday in Spanish Fork.
The Mustangs didn’t have to sweat it out this time around.
SANDY — It’s been a rebuilding effort four seasons in the making — well, essentially three since nearly the entire 2020 campaign was canceled due to COVID-19 — for Ridgeline, but it was well worth the wait.
Not to get ahead of themselves, but the Mustangs are one win away from playing for the 4A state baseball title.
NORTH LOGAN — Knowing when to attack and when to be patient paid off big time for the Green Canyon boys lacrosse team Tuesday afternoon.
SANDY ‑‑‑ Since April 23, the Riverhawks have only played once on their home pitch, but that hasn't fazed them one bit.
SANDY — It was exactly the kind of start the Bobcats were hoping for, but the finishing product eluded them at crucial junctures later in the match.
Mountain Crest took a big step in positioning itself to make a run for the 4A Baseball State Championship.
It wasn’t the trophy the Grizzlies were hoping for, but it certainly doesn’t detract from a very successful season for the Region 11 champions.
MILLVILLE — Perhaps playing from behind has become the new thing for the Ridgeline softball team.
It was a bittersweet day for Preston’s track & field programs.
It was exactly the kind of start the Grizzlies were hoping for in their quest for a state title.
MILLVILLE — The Ridgeline softball team had been focused on a specific topic all week in preparation for its first-round playoff series showdown against Cedar on Friday afternoon.
MILLVILLE — It took a few extra innings, but the Riverhawks are not complaining.
HYRUM — Missed opportunities with runners on base has been a problem at times for Mountain Crest’s baseball team this season.
A strong performance by rival Soda Springs was nearly too much for West Side’s boys track & field team to handle, but the Pirates refused to fold under the pressure.
MILLVILLE — The Bobcats didn’t necessarily look like region title contenders a couple of months ago, but there’s no question they’ve been gaining momentum every week.
MILLVILLE — Being disqualified in the 4x200-meter relay cost the Lady Wolves 10 valuable team points and threatened to derail their aspirations at the Region 11 Track & Field Championships.
It was a very good day for Region 11 baseball in the super regional round of the 4A state playoffs Thursday.
Ridgeline improved by 14 strokes on the second and final day of the 4A Girls Golf High School State Championship.
If there were any doubts about what boys soccer region was the best in Utah’s 4A ranks, they were surely erased Wednesday.
It looks like everyone will be playing for second on the final day of the 4A Girls Golf High School State Championship.
NORTH LOGAN — There’s no doubt the Mustangs showed some resolve in their 5-4 double overtime victory over Desert Hills last Wednesday, but they were also a bit disappointed after allowing their 3-0 lead to evaporate.
NORTH LOGAN — When eight different batters record a hit and seven of those score at least one run, that’s a pretty good sign things are going your way.
It certainly wasn’t their most efficient game offensively, but the Grizzlies’ persistence in the attack was more than enough to get the desired result.
If there were any doubts if Milly Garren was the best high school girls thrower in the Beehive State this spring, she seemingly put them to rest in Utah’s most prestigious meet.
Some less-than-ideal weather wasn’t about to put a damper on the Wolves’ Region 11 finale.
A well-rested Chayse Oxborrow was exactly what Preston’s baseball team needed to terminate a six-game losing streak.
NORTH LOGAN — Having already locked up the Region 11 baseball title on Wednesday, the Riverhawks were playing for pride and to keep the momentum going in the right direction as the state tournament begins next week.
They were tested in their regular season home finale, but a strong first half was more than enough for the Mustangs to earn a share of second place with rival Ridgeline in the final Region 11 standings.
NORTH LOGAN — Thanks to COVID-19, the Grizzlies had to wait much longer than they originally anticipated to defend their region title, but they certainly made up for lost time.
It was another memorable night for the Green Canyon boys lacrosse program, which extended its winning streak to 11 and captured the Region 11 title outright with one game remaining.
SMITHFIELD — The final home match of the 2021 season was a memorable one for the Bobcats and, just like their 4A state championship side from two seasons ago, there’s no question they are peaking at the right time.
As the regular season winds down, the top two baseball teams in Region 11 have separated from the rest of the pack.
NORTH LOGAN — In the first half of Green Canyon’s state playoff opener Wednesday afternoon, senior attacker Porter Cragun flipped backward in the air to attempt a bicycle kick, missed the ball and landed flat on his back. But unrelenting, he got up and managed to get the ball into the net.
It was the kind of offensively efficiency head coach Jaycie Rindlinsbacher was hoping for from her Mustangs.
SMITHFIELD — With a chance to move into a tie for third in the Region 11 softball standings, the Bobcats seized it Tuesday afternoon.
SMITHFIELD ‑‑‑ One big inning was all Sky View needed to continue its strong late-season surge.