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Published: Wednesday, May 7 2014 11:51 p.m. MDT

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shadow
Pleasant Grove, UT

Uintah will exit early this year sorry but a weak region hurts you and bear river in the first game will 10 run them and then they will lose to North Sanpete. Payson grantsville tooele and bear river are your top 4 and I think payson can win it all they played a tougher schedule. Uintah needs to schedule more tough teams throughout the entire season not just early. Watched Uintah play and they can hit an average pitcher but not a good one to bad they drew Bear River in the First round this will be a weekend they will be humbled by the better competition.

SCUte
Rock Hill, SC

Uintah is good! Tradition is not on their side. What about the pitcher from Morgan - no one is talking about her - watch out - there could be an upset along the way.

#1 SB FAN
Tooele County, UT

I'm so excited to watch State Softball this year with no idea who will be in the championship! Region 11 is the strongest and Uintah will have a battle with Bear River. (Region 11 would've ending in a 4-way tie for first IF Bear River would've beat Tooele in the final game.)

@shadow, don't forget about Stansbury! I would put them above Bear River.

Canyon View is one to watch out for as they tend to play well at State!

Jake Gordon
Vernal, UT

Uintah didn't have the toughest region schedule but they beat all the teams in their region easily and will be a tough team to beat in the state tournament and will not get run-ruled by any team in the state tournament. Uintah scheduled as many tough teams as they could before and after region play and should be prepared to play anybody. Playing Bear River in the first round is a tough first round game but Uintah will give them a battle and could beat them.

shadow
Pleasant Grove, UT

The Jensen girl from Morgan picked the wrong school to enroll in, Morgan has never been big into Softball so for her to move to Morgan with her family and think that she would get noticed was not a good decision. I looked at her wins and loss record but you have to consider who she pitched against not great teams so I think there's nothing to talk about.

HS coach
Vernal, UT

Guess Uintah is better than you thought. They weren't the ones that got humbled. Go Utes!

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