Amy Donaldson
Amy Donaldson covers high school sports, winter and Olympic sports, as well as outdoor and recreation. She manages the Deseret News' Reasons to Run blog, as well as writes a twice-a-month fitness column. She also writes a weekly general sports column each Monday. Donaldson was born in Utah, but graduated from Robert Service High School in Anchorage, Alaska. She graduated from Snow College and the University of Utah (Communications). She started at the Deseret News in 1991 covering night police/corrections and switched to sports in January of 2000.

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The Utes' defense wasn't perfect, but the unit earned several takeaways during the team's live work in the two-and-a-half-hour practice Tuesday.
Dov Siporin didn't set out to be something extraordinary. But his decision to fight his cancer with humor, love and generosity inspired patients, doctors and friends to reach out to those in need. That love bec...
Utah football coaches will have to make some decisions as to which quarterbacks should get more reps as spring camp progresses. Tuesday will be the first session in pads.
Three fighters advanced to the Golden Gloves state championship on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Sorenson Multi-cultural Center.
Seven Utah fighters earned the right to compete in the Golden Gloves Regional Tournament on April 24-25 at the South Towne Expo as part of FitCon.
Utah football coaches asked senior receiver Kenneth Scott to put into words what it means to be a member of the "Air Force Gang."
Kenneth Scott may have the most impressive rÉsumÉ of Utah's receiving corps, but the unit has consistently earned praise from coaches through three spring practices, including Saturday's.
The University of Utah has six impressive quarterbacks competing for playing time, and in order for coaches to determine any kind of depth chart, those players will use spring practices to show what they can do...
Coaches are coming up with plays to use running backs Troy McCormick and Bubba Poole in different ways, including running a few plays when they're on the field together.
Preseason Heisman candidate Devontae Booker said his main goal is to help the Utes win football games, but the senior running back wouldn't mind earning a trophy of his own.