Top 10 Utah high school sports stories of 2012
2012 was a busy year in Utah high school sports, both on and off the field of play. Here are the top 10 stories of the year.
Mountain View's Ashleigh Warner, East's Natalie Shields and North Summit's Erica Birk all break the state 1,600-meter record in the same race at the BYU Invitational.
Bingham pitcher Brady Lail was drafted by the Yankees and signed.
Brighton swimmer Long Gutierrez breaks two swimming records.
Davis boys and girls win 5A state track titles.
Olympus wrestler Brandon McBride goes undefeated and wins fourth state title (two in Utah, one in Idaho and one in Illinois).
Skyline baseball wins first state title in school history.
Manti trifecta: Templars win 2A softball, boys tennis and boys soccer state titles on same day.
Duchesne football wins third straight state 1A title, extends winning streak to 34.
Syracuse's girls basketball caps perfect season with 5A state title.
Region 9 dominates 3A boys basketball state tournament, advancing four teams to semifinals.
Brighton boys tennis ties state record with 7th straight state championship.
Lone Peak's Kizzy Willey named to Under Armour All-American volleyball game.
Maple Mountain's Grant LaMont wins national title in Greco-Roman at USA Junior Nationals.
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