High School Sports
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The year 2014 seemed to have more than its share of serious and sad stories, but there was plenty to celebrate and admire. The DeseretNews.com sports team selected 14 athletes that reminded us that... Read more »
Former Ute Matt Asiata again carried the load for the Minnesota Vikings and responded with two touchdowns. Read more »
Local track athletes have an opportunity next week to participate in a unique winter performance clinic. Read more »
KALVIN MUDROW, Syracuse, boys basketball: The Titans' lone returning starter, Mudrow is off to a fantastic start this season. Read more »
Two things stood out in Friday's preseason game between Layton and Roy: 1) The number of fouls (48) and free throws which were shot (58) and missed (21); and 2) The performance of junior guard Julian Blackmon, who lifted the Lancers... Read more »
Jake Lindsey scored 30 points, right about his average, as visiting Olympus recorded a wire-to-wire victory over Alta to improve to 7-0 this preseason. Read more »
At current count, one-third of the spots in the 2015 NFL Playoffs have been spoken for and three of the eight division titles have been won. Plenty more of the postseason picture can be cleared up... Read more »
Lone Peak guard Frank Jackson continues to sizzle on the court, scoring a career-high 54 points Thursday afternoon at the Jerry Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas. Read more »
Wasatch took second place to Maple Mountain on a points tie-breaker last weekend at the Wasatch Intermountain Duals. The Wasps felt they had something to prove in their dual on Wednesday night. Read more »
Boys basketball and girls basketball scores. Read more »
Brock Miller scored 25 points as Brighton used a strong fourth quarter to pull away from Spanish Fork for the nonregion victory Wednesday. Read more »
Juan Diego guard Gabe Colosimo scored 26 points as the Soaring Eagle rallied past Herriman to improve to 6-1 this preseason. Read more »
Copper Hills and Fremont were deadlocked at 61-all when the Silver Wolves were whistled for a foul with just one-tenth of a second left. Charlie Olsen calmly stepped to the line and hit both free... Read more »
This was game a back-and-forth battle until the fourth quarter when Lone Peak took a lead and held onto it to win the game, 68-62, over Wasatch Academy at Orem High School Friday night. Read more »
Volleyball MVPs honored for their ability to achieve athletic excellence while nurturing the development of teammates
This year's Deseret News MVPs are more likely to lead by example than give fiery speeches. But their care and concern for their teammates helped their teams achieve success this season. Read more »
The 1A volleyball all-state players helped their teams be successful with hard work and dedication. Read more »
Crash Parker has paved her own path to success, despite the pressure of following a highly successful older sister and the emotional stresses of a younger brother who has a rare genetic disorder.... Read more »
Gavin Baxter led the way with a game-high 21 points for the Thunderbirds, who finished strong to take the win. Read more »
Round up of Saturday's high school basketball action. Read more »
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