High School Sports
Defending state champs look strong as they look to defend their crowns while others have returned with a vengeance.
Provo softball player Kacie Allman remains in critical but stable condition after a collision with another player left her with a badly injured kidney and internal bleeding. Read more »
Great soccer is always expected when teams the caliber of Riverton and Lehi square off and Friday's match certainly didn't disappoint. Read more »
The No. 2 seed senior 174 pound wrestler, a graduate of Cyprus High, knocked off No. 7 seed Zach Epperly of Virginia Tech, 2-1, in the quarterfinals at the NCAA Division I wrestling tournament. Read more »
After nine years at the helm of the Provo wrestling program, Chris Miller recently announced his retirement at a recent team banquet. Read more »
The boys high school basketball senior all-star games will take place at Corner Canyon High School Friday night, with a total of four games. Read more »
The Utah Lions Rugby Academy expands to support elite, high-performance athletes in Utah. With a record of 30-4-1 in domestic and int'l competition, they are top in the U.S. for HS rugby and are... Read more »
Baseball, boys soccer and softball results from across the state on Wednesday. Read more »
UHSAA's Thompson leaves to become executive director of Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association
Bart Thompson was announced as the NIAA's new executive director this week. The 55-year-old Bountiful resident leaves his post as an assistant director of the UHSAA after eight years. Read more »
Layton High kept constant pressure on neighboring rival Northridge, and when the scoreless door was finally knocked down, the Lancers charged through as Davis Walker, Easton Embley and Kaden Amano combined for four second-half goals... Read more »
First-year head coach Matt Bezzant's blue-collar work ethic and demand for dedication and accountability brought the best out of Lone Peak Tuesday afternoon as it kicked off its season with an... Read more »
EASTON WALKER, Pleasant Grove, baseball: Last year’s Deseret News 5A MVP, this Viking senior is off to another great start in 2015. Read more »
With the high school baseball season just getting underway, here's a class-by-class look at all four classifications. Read more »
Undefeated and No. 1-ranked BYU will travel to Salt Lake City this Saturday to play Utah for the Wasatch Cup. The 1 p.m. match will take place on the Soccer Field at the University of Utah. Read more »
Josh Ward, Stockton Smith, Colter Blanchard and Logan MacKay win 4x800 and take second in 4xmile, while Aubrey Argyle takes fourth in 5,000 meters at New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York City. Read more »
High school baseball: Cottonwood freshman sensation Nikos Price makes name for himself, shows promise for Colts' future
After taking a four-year break from baseball, freshman sensation Nikos Price is already making a name for himself as the future of the Colts' baseball program with his natural skill set to secure him a spot on Cottonwood High... Read more »
The Miners improved their approach at the plate and came through with a solid early season win against the Soaring Eagles on Friday. Read more »
With the 2015 high school boys soccer season getting underway last week in what should be another fantastic season, the Deseret News has compiled capsules for every 5A, 4A, 3A and 2A team in the... Read more »
Morning links: Middle school team stands up for cheerleader with down syndrome; NBA salary cap to rise
A middle school basketball team confronted someone in the stands that was bullying a cheerleader with down syndrome, while Kentucky Wildcat Marcus Lee has left his own trail of service. Read more »
Landi Hawker homered in the bottom of the sixth to lead Bountiful to a 9-8 come-from-behind victory over Olympus Wednesday. Read more »
The Spartans found their rhythm at the plate and erupted for a staggering 13 runs off 11 hits in the third and fourth innings to blow past Stansbury, 14-4, Wednesday afternoon to pick up their... Read more »
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The Deseret News recaps the best high school track and field performances from the 2015 season. 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 »
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 »
East beat Bountiful 9-5 behind Lique Lokeni's four-hit day. Lokeni finished with three RBIs and three runs scored. Read more »
Hunter High dedicates its new softball field Tuesday, naming it for beloved coach Wes Haymond. His players said the field is a metaphor for his life and commitment to the players he taught. 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 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 »
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