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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Nicole Miles was searching for something that would challenge her, aside from raising two young children. Though she never thought about running, she settled on trail running and thanks to the Park City Trail S...
The defending 1A champions St. Joseph and runner-up Piute lost most of last year's starting line-ups, while Panguitch, Rich and Monticello return a talented core of experienced players.
Top-ranked San Juan and defending champ Enterprise are among the projected contenders in Class 2A volleyball this fall.
Continuing to talk honestly and openly about domestic violence is the only way to bring real and lasting changes. Let's hope the NFL decides to be a leader on the issue instead of an example of how to ignore a ...
The Morgan Trojans start the season as the No. 1 team, but the teams in Region 9 promise to make it an interesting season.
East junior Garek Bielaczyc and Davis sophomore Aubrey Argyle win the individual titles at the BYU Autumn Classic, while Davis wins both the girls and boys team titles.
Murray junior quarterback Drew Cash led the Spartans to a victory with a balanced run and pass attack, while the team's defense earned two interceptions and held the Tigers to seven points.
Morgan, the top-ranked team in 3A, defeated Lone Peak, 5A's third-ranked team, in five sets Tuesday evening.
Steve Aderholt, director of trails for Ragnar Events, finished the Wasatch 100 Mile Endurance Run for the second time, and said it is in seeking and accomplishing challenges that he's transformed his life.
Former BYU running back Juice Quezada returned to Rice-Eccles to face the Utes, but this time it was with the defending Mountain West Conference Champion Fresno State Bulldogs.