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Carter Williams
Carter Williams is a sports writer at DeseretNews.com. He hails from Rochester, N.Y. and spends most of his time Tweeting sports and researching sabermetrics.

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From the original choreography to practice, countless hours of work go into a 90-second floor routine. However, for many gymnasts, the perfect floor routine starts with the right song.
In this week's episode of the Deseret News Sports Podcast, DeseretNews.com writers Carter Williams and Ryan McDonald discuss National Signing Day and what it meant for Utah's FBS colleges as well as the kids th...
A portion of East High football's senior class inked their letter of intents Wednesday morning, highlighted by offensive lineman Johnny Maea and linebacker Loa Kaufusi.
Perhaps the biggest win of the Pac-12 Conference season came Thursday, signaling a changing of the guard in the league.
In this weeks episode, SUU coach Demario Warren joins DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams to discuss his path to coaching, finding diamonds in the rough garnering NFL attention, taking over the helm of the ...
Utah gymnastics took a major blow to its lineup on Tuesday with the loss of all-around gymnast Kari Lee.
In the weekend sweep of the Washington schools, Utah did something no other Pac-12 team has accomplished this season. Meanwhile, Saint Mary's gained the lead in the West Coast Conference.
DeseretNews.com writer Carter Williams chats with first-year Utah women's basketball head coach Lynne Roberts about the Utes' turnaround from a 9-22 (3-15 in conference) team last season to a 12-5 start (4-2 in...
Former Utah basketball standout Vern Gardner is one of 11 other former student-athletes headed to the Pac-12 men's basketball Hall of Honor in March, the conference announced Tuesday.
This week we examine the highs and lows of college hoops in the conference season in the West yet again. And if there was any example of how bizarre the West has been this year, it might be through BYU's week.