High School Sports
Defending state champs look strong as they look to defend their crowns while others have returned with a vengeance.
Skyline was in a tough spot in the bottom of the sixth inning before senior Brock Kennick took the mound once again pitched the Eagles out of trouble. Read more »
Baseball REGION 4 LEHI 3, RIVERTON 1: Drew Zimmerman pitched a complete game, striking out 12 to lead the Pioneers. AMERICAN FORK 10, HERRIMAN 4 LONE PEAK 16, WESTLAKE 1: Lone Peak rolled to the win. Nick Larsen and Tyler... Read more »
After losing three straight contests against Bingham over the last two seasons, Copper Hills strung together a complete 80-minute match to beat the Miners 2-1 in a hard-fought battle Tuesday afternoon at Bingham High. Read more »
A look back at American Fork basketball for the boys and girls teams. Read more »
With the 2015 boys soccer season officially underway, the defending state champs look strong as they look to defend their crowns while several teams have returned with a vengeance and made it known... Read more »
Baseball and boys soccer results from Monday. Read more »
Here's a run down of the boys basketball all-region teams from 16 of the state's 20 regions. Read more »
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. Read more »
East survived two periods of extra time and found the eventual golden goal from Hugo Olivera to pick up its third consecutive region win. Read more »
East beat Bountiful 9-5 behind Lique Lokeni's four-hit day. Lokeni finished with three RBIs and three runs scored. Read more »
After failing to top Riverton in each of the past two seasons, Lone Peak netted two first-half goals to finally top the 5A defending state champs, and previously undefeated Silverwolves, 2-1... Read more »
Pleasant Grove executed a ten-run shutout and defeated region foe and valley rival American Fork, 10-0, in the second of a three-game series. Read more »
The Park City Haggis continue to lead the Rocky Mountain Division II standings and rankings were handed out in the college and high school ranks. Read more »
The Deseret News recaps the best high school track and field performances from the 2015 season. Read more »
The red-hot Mustangs continued their dominance over their in-state competition with an impressive 9-1 road victory over Lehi Tuesday afternoon to notch their sixth straight win and remain unbeaten (5-0) against teams from Utah this... Read more »
The Vikings looked listless through four innings until a late rally lifted them past rival American Fork for a thrilling comeback win. Read more »
Here are the first-teamers, second-teamers and honorable mentions throughout the state. Read more »
Frustrated with its appeals to play in the smaller 3AA classification, Ogden District's school board voted to play the next two seasons as an independent member of the UHSAA, hoping it will... Read more »
The Deseret News boys basketball MVPs are Jarriesse Blackmon, Zac Seljaas, Kody Wilstead, Dillon Wilstead and Wyatt Muirbrook. Read more »
Jesse Wade, a slick-shooting senior guard from Davis High School who averaged nearly 27 points per game this season, has been selected this year's Deseret News "Mr. Basketball" as the premier prep... Read more »
With the 2015 high school softball season getting underway this month in what should be another fantastic season, the Deseret News has compiled capsules for every team in the state with information... Read more »
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