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Published: Tuesday, Dec. 8 2009 8:26 p.m. MST

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Where's Region 8??

why isn't it up?

Soccer Coach

The region 2 coaches got together and voted on the team for Region 2. We then sent our list to desnews who politely printed the list. As for Region 8 ask a coach why it is not in the paper, not desnews.

Anonymous

why are there only a few all region teams listed? Where is region 4 mvp's etc...? My daughter is on these region 4 lists(region 4 mvp midfielder-Maris Hamblin), and it makes it great to put on their resume for college offers. Please post all the regions.

Bobby

About 3 people in the entire USA care about soccer much less girls high school soccer in utah. CHILL

Bobby

You care enough to read the comments, but don't care about soccer?

Partial Results?

Where are the other regions DN???? Region 4? Region 10? Wow, good job, real thorough!

Re: Partial Results?

The DNews requests the lists from the region coaches. Ask your coaches why your region wasn't represented. Btw, region 4 is listed.

Anonymous

Post More Regions

re bobby

Considering that Kelia Ohai is going to be playing for the defending champions, (NC) and had many other schools trying to recruit her, I'd say plenty of people care. She is one of the top players in the country. Plenty of people much more influential and important then you seem to care.

re:bobby

Obviusly you care enough to read the article and take the time to post on here..Busted!

angie daddy

It's the region's responsibility – whichever coach is in charge from year to year – to send the results into the newspapers. I think the D-News does a good job and they need some help to keep up with all the sports and all the high school in the state.

Delta Bravo

Waiting for Region 3. The Girls work very hard all year long and should get recognized.

The Coach or AD over Region 3, lets get it together!!!!

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