Lehi gymnast takes state

Lehi resident Aimee Waller, 15, won first place for Level 9 in the Utah State Gymnastic competition last Friday at the Logan university.

As a result of her performance, Waller was invited to join the gymnastics team that will represent Utah at the regional competition in Long Beach, Calif., later this month.

Walker maintains a 3.915 GPA with honors classes at Lehi High School.

Grizzlies win in Region 3 golf

Copper Hills defeated four other Region 3 girls golf teams in nine holes at Mulligan Golf Course on Tuesday. Copper Hills shot a 146, beating Bingham by four strokes. Three players shot a 46 to tie for the individual win. Those golfers were Copper Hills' Casey Gabaldon, Bingham's Becca Pearson, and Riverton's Courtney Dumont.


"This is the matchup we wanted. Ever since last year, we've been lookin' forward to it and just working for this game ... it would be so much better if it was a championship game. Still feels good though. — Bonneville central midfielder Alex Bernier on his team beating Bountiful 1-0 on Tuesday in a rematch of last year's state title game, which was won by the Braves.


Baseball: Austin Maddy

The Taylorsville standout got his team off to a strong start in league play, as he went 3-for-4 with two home runs and six RBIs in the Warriors' 8-3 win over Brighton on Tuesday.

Softball:Leslie Lake

Double duty was no problem for Lake in Emery's doubleheader sweep over Delta on Tuesday. She threw a no-hitter in a 12-0 win, and threw a complete-game one-hitter in a 3-0 victory over the Rabbits.

Baseball: Richfield

The Wildcats proved that Gunnison has some healthy competition in 2A baseball this season. Richfield defeated the Bulldogs 6-4 on Friday, as Jesse Hartle threw a complete game and had three hits.

Girls Track: Brianne Campbell

The Riverton standout, has been limited by injuries early in the season but that didn't stop her from earning a huge victory over the weekend. Campbell won the high jump at the ASICS Invitational with a jump of 5 feet 2 inches. The mark, while not her best, was two inches better than her closest competitors.

Boys Track: Trac Norris

Norris showed some versatility with his performance at the Matt Burr Invitational over the weekend. The Panguitch senior captured first in the 1600 meters, then he finished on top in the 300 hurdles with a time of 42.13.