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Published: Thursday, Dec. 3 2009 12:00 a.m. MST

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Andronicus

Figures...an article about Bingham in the Desnews...were there any other games played last night?

Anonymous

GOOOOOOO Bingham girls!!! Keep working hard and playing as a team and you will go far!!

re: Andronicus

Don't be Haten'!!! Look what happened to Max Hall.

Re: Andronicus

Yes, an article about Bingham... Crushing a decent Davis team. I am a Syracuse fan that is sometimes disappointed that Salt Lake schools get more press. But there is no way that Bingham smashing Davis by 32 doesn't deserve the press. And by the way, they might even choose the game before, so if Davis had won this would be about Davis. And the other thing is, generally the top teams in the state get the most attention in sports, its the way it is. American Fork got it last week, (and by the way they were playing Fremont, another non-salt lake school) and the top teams will continue to get it.

Re: Andronicus

They do one article a night, Bingham is one of the top teams in the state. In Football, and now in girls basketball. The best teams in the state get articles. Thats the way it should be. They are the top performers they should get the most attention. I am a Syracuse High fan, and it sometimes bothers me that Salt Lake gets more attention than Davis county and Weber county in 5A, but its a Salt Lake paper, so they will report on the teams around Salt Lake more. It makes sense to me.

To Andronicus

Don't be so down, your school will make the papers....when they play Bingham. :)

Anonymous

Usually bingham doesn't get an article till they lose so its about time they get a good one! Quit complaining, Bingham is good. get over it

Davis is Down

The people on here that think Bingham crushing a Davis team by 32 that is completely down from last season are nuts.

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