Governor's State of Sport Awards seek to honor Utah's best athletes, moments

Published: Sunday, April 6 2014 5:20 p.m. MDT

Noelle Pikus-Pace — skeleton, U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton

Brittany Bowe — speedskating, U.S. Speedskating

Professional/Olympian male athlete

Kaycee Feild — rodeo, PRCA

Damian Lillard — basketball, Portland Trail Blazers, NBA

Trey Burke — basketball, Utah Jazz, NBA

Ted Ligety — Alpine skiing, U.S. Ski Team

Kyle Beckerman — soccer, Real Salt Lake, MLS

Steve Holcomb — bobsled, U.S. Bobsled and Skeleton

Coach of the year

Quincy Lewis — basketball, Lone Peak High School

Matt Wells — football, Utah State University

Keith Johnson — baseball, Salt Lake Bees

Kristen Bailey — volleyball, Timpview High School

Corbin Talley — cross-country/track, Davis High School

Team of the year

Utah State University football

Real Salt Lake

Davis High School girls cross-country

Lone Peak High School boys basketball

Salt Lake Bees

Duchesne High School football

Game or event of the year

University of Utah football beats No. 5 Stanford

Real Salt Lake vs. Sporting Kansas City, MLS Cup

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Utah National

Pine View High School football vs. Juan Diego High School

Women's ski jumping sanctioned event in Olympics

Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah

Play or highlight of the year

Kelly McGarry backflip over gap at Red Bull Rampage

Lone Peak's Tyler Haws' 3-pointer defeats Virginia's Bishop

Nick Rimando's double save to defeat Colorado Rapids

Derrick Favors' game-winning dunk against Lakers

Sky View's Jalen Moore hits game-winning basket

Ryan Villopoto wins 2nd championship at Utah National

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