Aaron Morton
Aaron Morton is the sports web producer for the Deseret News. He has worked as an editor, sports writer and designer for the News, Ogden Standard-Examiner and Idaho Falls Post Register. Raised in Kaysville, Morton is a graduate of Utah State University, majoring in journalism. A fan and amateur historian of sports, Morton has 12 years of professional newspaper experience. He resides in Layton with his wife, Vicky, and two children.

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ESPNU will broadcast the next Lone Peak home game when the Knights take on a top team from New Jersey.
RSL announced the signing of striker Emery Welshman on Friday. Welshman was one of the Monarchs best players in 2015, scoring six goals in 19 appearances.
O'Brien has been a regular contributor to the Jazz-owned, Boise-based club. He's averaging 9.9 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.6 steals in 33.4 minutes.
Former Utes goalie was selected in the fourth round of the National Women's Soccer League draft.
The former Davis High football star is FCS's all-time career leader in both sacks (43) and tackles for loss (80), surpassing the old records of 41.5 and 72.5.
RSL fans will go 49 days without a home match in May and June, as the Claret and Cobalt will stay away to allow for new grass to be installed at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Shah and Ena will replace Morgan Scalley, who was named defensive coordinator on Monday, at team news release said.
The Jazz list center Rudy Gobert as "questionable" for the 6 p.m. (MT) Thursday game at Houston.
After covering sports in the state of Utah in 2015, these 15 players and coaches stood out for the way they made us smile, laugh and cry — sometimes at the same time (we're looking at you, Tom Hackett).
The DeseretNews.com sports staff breaks down the top headlines and the influential sports people of the 2015 year.