Fremont hopes title-game experience will pay off in the future

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  • CiderMan OGDEN, UT
    Nov. 21, 2011 1:10 p.m.

    I am proud of the Fremont boys and Lone Peak too. What I hope is everyone of those boys walked off the field with no regrets having done there best and win or loose weather they played or prayed from the sidelines they all had fun. My son was disappointed they didn't take state but he was happy he could be part of a great Fremont team.

  • plyxply SLC, UT
    Nov. 21, 2011 9:01 a.m.

    losing Vigil essentially ended Fremont's chances, had he stayed healthy I think the game would've been much closer.

  • YouthforEagar MONROE, UT
    Nov. 19, 2011 8:50 p.m.

    Good job to both teams! They've had great seasons.

    Nov. 19, 2011 1:58 p.m.

    ...the new Hurricane?

  • jarka-rus Layton, Utah
    Nov. 19, 2011 9:47 a.m.

    Hansen was down on that fumble.

  • BT1984 West Jordan, UT
    Nov. 19, 2011 2:00 a.m.

    After hearing about the outcome of the game I thought of all the ways I could really irk Fremont fans. Then I stopped and thought, "it's not worth it". Fremont fans, despite the terribly rude things some of them wrote here, are essentially good people.
    It hurts to lose, to see a season come to an end like that. I really do empathize with you Fremont fans, I've been there. But I learned a lesson three days after Bingham's season ended years ago. We were eliminated from the playoffs on Friday and I was still in a sour mood on Monday when I walked into the gym at Bingham. What I saw there made me realize something. One of the football players who was in tears Friday afternoon had bounced back and was laughing as he praciced free throws. What did I realize that I should have known all along?
    It's just a game.
    Life goes on and in a few weeks you'll be cheering for Fremont basketball.
    You'll be back next year in football. 39 weeks to kickoff of the 2012 season.
    Maybe next year we can be more amicable?