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Cottonwood High's Tevita Gerber raises the bar as he prepares for UNLV

Cottonwood star pitcher Tevita Gerber's blue-collar work ethic continues to propel him to new heights as he prepares...

High school tennis: Juan Diego, Desert Hills lead 3A competition

Juan Diego will be looking for the third consecutive state championship while Desert Hills seeks to sweep doubles play for the sixth time in a row. Read more »

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High School tennis: Waterford the favorite in 2A tournament

Waterford are looking to claim a third consecutive boys state tennis title this weekend at Liberty Park. Read more »

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2A state softball playoffs should be a wild ride with plenty of contenders

This year's 2A state softball tournament starts Thursday with games at 11 a.m. at the Spanish Fork Softball Complex. Among the favorites: Top-ranked Enterprise, defending champ Manti, Region 16 champ South Summit and 2013 runner-up... Read more »

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Doug Robinson: A girl for all seasons: One athlete, three sports, four years, 12 teams

Most high school athletes focus on one sport these days ... and then there's Brighton's Alyssa Hirschi, who competed in three sports for four years while resisting coaches' attempts to have her... Read more »

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Provo's victory over Spanish Fork Thursday complicates Region 8 baseball playoff race

Provo overcome two-run deficit to defeat Spanish Fork, 3-2, in Region 8 baseball action Thursday. With the win, Provo remains in the hunt for the league title. Read more »

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High school baseball: 3A/2A state tournament pairings

Updated pairings for the 3A and 2A high school baseball state tournament. Read more »

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Doug Robinson: The era (and myth) of the one-sport prep athlete

The multi-sport high school athlete is gone, a thing of the past, like black and white TV. It’s the era of specialization, of kids “focusing” on one sport. But is this such a good... Read more »

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Doug Robinson: One coach's view of the specialization era

When kids choose to focus on one sport, they miss opportunities to explore other talents they might not even know they possess, as well as additional experiences with other teammates, coaches and competitions. Read more »

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Saturday's high school sports roundup: 2A baseball playoffs; 2A & 3A boys soccer; Swing For Life

Baseball 2A FIRST ROUND DELTA 14, AMERICAN LEADERSHIP 4: Dakota Dutson pitched four innings of one-run baseball for the Rabbits. SUMMIT ACADEMY 6, GRAND 5: Zaxter Cook went 2-for-3 at the plate with a single, double and three RBIs... Read more »

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High school track: Orem boys, Millard girls shine at BYU Invitational

Orem's 4x100 relay team broke an 18-year-old state record in a fantastic performance at the BYU Invitational, while Millard's girls enjoyed a strong meet as well. Read more »

May 3, 2015

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Boys soccer: Pine View scores 3 straight to upset Stansbury, advance to 3A semifinals

The Panthers traveled to Stansbury and opened the match with three straight goals, two of which came from senior defender Ethan Baer, to escape with a huge 3-1 upset road win and punch their ticket to the 3A semifinals Saturday... Read more »

May 2, 2015

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High school softball: 2A state tournament pairings

Here are the updated pairings for the 2A high school softball state tournament. Read more »

May 2, 2015

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High School boys soccer: American Leadership Academy uses late rally to get past South Summit 3-1

Playing from behind is something completely foreign to the Eagles, but they were able to stage a late rally to get past the Wildcats and into the 2A state semifinals. Read more »

May 2, 2015

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High school track: Distance runners shine on opening day of BYU Invitational

Juab's Kashley Carter posted the second best 3A time in state history in the 3,200 meters at the BYU Invitational on Friday, while Sky View's Conner Mantz ran under five minutes in his 3,200 race. Read more »

May 1, 2015

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Prep baseball: Freshmen duo fuels Northridge's narrow Region 1 victory over Syracuse

Freshman Ryker Kap hit a two-out RBI single into right field in the bottom of the seventh inning to bring home Ben Jackson with the winning run in the Knights' 4-3 win over Syracuse. Freshman pitcher Jacob Porter picked up the... Read more »

May 1, 2015

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Rugby: BYU, Utah State and Utah Valley all going for titles while high school playoffs begin

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. Read more »

May 1, 2015

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High School boys soccer: Dominant defense propels Juan Diego over Hurricane, into 3A quarterfinals

Juan Diego's punishing and virtually unstoppable defense — which has outscored its opponents 54-8 this season — completely dismantled Hurricane’s offensive attack to cruise to the... Read more »

April 30, 2015

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High school baseball: Timpanogos slugs past Orem 10-0

The Timberwolves used a quick start and solid relief pitching to overwhelm the Tigers for the second time in as many days. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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High school boys soccer: 3A/2A state tournament pairings

Here's a look at the updated pairings for the 3A and 2A boys soccer state tournaments. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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BYU hires Lone Peak's Quincy Lewis as men's assistant basketball coach

Successful Lone Peak High School coach Quincy Lewis has hired as assistant men's basketball coach at BYU. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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High school baseball: Pleasant Grove's big 5th inning leads to 9-3 victory over Westlake

At the bottom of the fourth inning, Westlake held the lead 2-1 and had the momentum building to shut down the Viking bats. But then came the fifth inning. Read more »

April 30, 2015

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Thursday's high school sports roundup: Taylorsville's Nathan Hess pitches perfect game

Baseball REGION 2 TAYLORSVILLE 4, GRANGER 0: Nathan Hess had 13 strikeouts, as he pitched a perfect game for the Warriors. He also added a double for Taylorsville. COTTONWOOD 4, HILLCREST 0: Jeff Borquez pitched the shutout, and... Read more »

April 30, 2015

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High School baseball: Jordan rallies late to get past Copper Hills

Freshman Gage Edwards led the way with three RBIs, including a critical one in the top of the seventh inning to help lead the Beetdiggers to victory. Read more »

April 29, 2015

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High school sports: Wednesday's roundup

Baseball 2A PLAY-IN MILLARD 4, ROWLAND HALL 3: With the Eagles trailing by a run in the bottom of the seventh inning, Sebastian Garcia hit a double with the bases loaded to bring home Carson Teeples and Skyler Cranney, giving... Read more »

April 29, 2015

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