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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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In this week's episode Jay, DeseretNews.com sports producer Aaron Morton and writer Xoel Cardenas discuss the rough start to the season for RSL and breaking down
With eight high school playoff games and two title matches at Rio Tinto Stadium, there will be no shortage of rugby to watch this weekend.
Russell Tialavea has been named BYU's assistant director of football operations. He last played for the Cougars in 2012.
The Big 12 may be able to hold a championship football game as early as 2016, according to a CBS Sports report.
Real Salt Lake midfielder Javier Morales scored a goal and played outstanding defense to lead RSL to a 1-0 victory on the road against San Jose.
RSL replaced three missing starters with bench players and all three turned in strong performances in RSL's 2-1 victory over Toronto.
It was the third-straight year that Haws has been named to the District 9 team. Teammate Kyle Collinsworth was named to the second team. Wright was named to the District 20 team.
Lehi teenager Madison Snow and Salt Lake City's John Potter will battle in the sportscar endurance race Twelve Hours of Sebring in Florida.
The Utah Jazz resigned guard Bryce Cotton to a multiyear contract and forward Jack Cooley to a second 10-day contract, the team announced today.
The bracket is set as the 2015 NCAA tournament field was announced Sunday. On Tuesday, the field was narrowed further, as Mississippi beat BYU and Hampton defeated Manhattan in First Four games. Two more First ...