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Published: Tuesday, Dec. 17 2013 10:05 p.m. MST

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Proud to be American
West Jordan, UT

"These tournaments offer the type of format as a state championship"

I totally disagree with this statement. These tourneys are more like an AAU format, they are nothing like the Utah 4A or 5A state tournaments. Nothing.

carver
Enterprise, UT

Where is the love for Wasatch Academy? AND, why is it right that 2A schools in Utah have to compete with an International(div.1 players type team)in Wasatch Academy?

Joe Dirt
Richfield, Utah

The logic of Wasatch Academy being in the right classification based on size is ludicrous! The schools enrollment is 300 but the schools international enrollment is 250. Who are we kidding when we say they are where they belong? When you have the worlds best playing against 1,2,or 3 small towns best? I would call the deck stacked. Oh and check enrollment when basketball season is over, these WA players are GONE! Checked out and gone.... UHSAA this Jerry Tark Classic should be a wake up call for you! Beating the nations best by 30+.... Move them to 5A and lets see how long the out of country recruiting lasts.

4blade2007
Provo, Utah

Joe Dirt you are correct, I agree 100%

Zerg11
Logan, UT

I am so sick of reading these comments. You guys need to quit complaining. you guys are just mad cause you cant beat them. so man up and quit being babies

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