High School Sports
Here are our all-classifications rankings for the 2015 season.
Syracuse High School junior Hunter Woodhall was getting ready to compete in the National Junior Disability Championships in New Jersey on Wednesday when he realized his prosthetic running legs were... Read more »
Morning Links: BYU, Utah combine for 5 of the Top 25 non-conference games; Jazz have No. 3 top young core
The Utes and Cougars combine for five of the Top 25 best non-conference games; Gary Pinkel says independents, including Notre Dame, should join conferences; and the Jazz have the No. 3 young core. Read more »
American soccer coaches shouldn't be worrying about players' size when factoring who plays and who doesn't. Read more »
Utahns in baseball: Ex-Utah prep Keenyn Walker busts slump with huge week; BYU’s Mahoney wins first pro game
Former Utah prep star Keenyn Walker raised his season batting average significantly in six games, while former BYU pitcher Kolton Mahoney picked up his first career pro win on Thursday after... Read more »
Brighton wide receiver Simi Fehoko commits to play football at Stanford, choosing Cardinal over BYU and Utah
Brighton wide receiver Simi Fehoko has made his college choice: the four-star recruit is headed to Stanford. Read more »
Bingham, Timpview, Desert Hills, Juan Diego, South Summit and Rich all begin the 2015 high school football season ranked No. 1 in their respective classifications. Read more »
Utah Valley University baseball coach Eric Madsen announced the promotion of Derek Amicone to assistant coach. Read more »
Seven linebackers with Utah ties were honored on Tuesday with the announcement of the Butkus Award watch lists. Read more »
Players need to be playing to get better — and they need to be playing lots of different positions. Read more »
Former Ute C.J. Cron heads into All-Star break batting better than .500 over the past week, while former Olympian and Salt Lake C.C. infielder Eddy Alvarez provided a key go-ahead double in the... Read more »
The Brighton defensive back announced via Twitter he will play for BYU. He also held scholarship offers from Utah, Utah State and Oregon State, according to Scout.com. Read more »
Morning links: Utes ranked nation’s 11th-best athletic program; talking Frank Jackson; Rodney Hood turning heads
The University of Utah’s memorable 2014-15 athletic season continues to pile up bragging rights, while a recruiting analyst says Frank Jackson could make a college decision "sooner than... Read more »
C.J. Wilcox is leading the Los Angeles Clippers' summer league team in scoring through three games at the NBA Orlando Summer League. Read more »
Utah Prospects coach Tim Davis has had a front-row seat during the development of three of the state's top basketball prospects, all of whom are considered as top 100 recruits nationally. Read more »
Former Utah slugger C.J. Cron picked up a career-high six RBIs on July 4, while former BYU pitcher Taylor Cole struck out nine in a complete game shutout. Read more »
One season after being drafted by the Clippers, C.J. Wilcox will play for the Los Angeles team at the NBA Orlando Summer League. Read more »
Wasatch Academy said the high school basketball coach died unexpectedly in his sleep on Thursday while visiting family in Chicago. Read more »
An eight-team field composed of squads from around the country, including two from Utah, will play in Kearns July 3-8. Read more »
Why is William Penn, a Quaker university in Iowa, a major destination for Utah high school football players?
William Penn, a Quaker University in Iowa, has become a common landing spot for Utah high school football players passed over by the local colleges. Read more »
A former Utah high school and Snow College basketball star who played in the NBA was found dead Monday. Read more »
More than 640 high school athletes from the 2015 graduating class are moving on to play college sports on either an academic or athletic scholarship. Read more »
Utah Lions Rugby dominate the Denver 7s to bring home the trophy for two years running scoring 161 points and giving up only 29 Read more »
Here's a look at the 645 high school seniors from the 2015 graduating class who received an athletic and/or academic scholarship to play college sports. Read more »
The Seattle Times' story on Jake Heaps offers insight into a confusing and frustrating case of one of the country's top high school quarterbacks and why he never found collegiate success. Read more »
Over 460 teams, both local and out-of-state, will compete this weekend on 32 courts in the annual Big Mountain Jam. Read more »
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