High School Sports
Here's an in-depth look at the Manti Templars football team heading into the 2014 season. Read more »
Here's an in-depth look at the North Summit Braves football team heading into the 2014 season. Read more »
The Eagles are aiming for a fifth-straight state championship, while the Rebels look to dethrone them in 1A. Read more »
A lot of prep recruits seek multiple offers providing a variety of choices. For Brighton's Cody Barton, he just wanted one. Read more »
Pine View QB Kody Wilstead on committing to BYU: 'It feels really good to know where I'm going in my future'
Pine View quarterback Kody Wilstead announced his commitment to BYU on Saturday. Read more »
More than 640 high school athletes from the 2014 graduating class are moving on to play college sports on either an academic or athletic scholarship. Read more »
Here's a look at the 644 high school seniors from the 244 graduating class who received an athletic and/or academic scholarship to play college sports. Read more »
The South team won a tight 9-8 contest, with Riverton's Brady Slack providing the game-winning field goal from 31 yards late in the fourth quarter. Read more »
The recruiting attention has been nothing short of insane for Salem Hills star Porter Gustin, who is diligently sorting through all of his offers. Read more »
The Skyline Eagles football team will host a dinner at the school on June 2 at 5:30 p.m. to benefit 4-year-old Ava Manwaring and her family. She's fighting neuroblastoma and the team has adopted her. Read more »
Desert Hills set a new overall Deseret News All-Sports point record by winning the 3A title this school year, while Lone Peak (5A), Skyline (4A), Emery (2A) and Panguitch (1A) also won titles. Read more »
Governor's Third Annual State of Sport Awards on April 22, 2014, seek to honor Utah's best athletes, moments Also honored will be 2014 Olympians, Paralympians and local golf pros Johnny Miller and... Read more »
A year ago at this time, the buzz in high school football was all about realignment — and understandably so, with 20 schools changing classifications. Read more »
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