@pingpong_playah88 - Hey the State Championship is a long ways away. Keep it in
perspective. This article was about WJ winning the Great Western Shootout, not
losing a State Championship. I do give Riverton props for coming out and playing
tough, but look at the big picture. That game was West Jordan's 4th in 6 days,
it was Riverton's 2nd in that same time period. Advantage Riverton. West Jordan
was undefeated and had everything to lose, Riverton was coming off a two game
losing streak and had everything to gain. Advantage Riverton. Beating opponents
by 30 plus points a game is far from not playing. Keep watching. The season is
far from over.
"Jordan Loveridge is a man among boys. Orem put up a good fight, but in the
end they were just another opponent who pretended to contend"Couldnt have agreed with you more except on the flip side, WJ was too was just
another opponent who thought they were State Champs without having to PLAY...
Hats off to the boys at Riverton!!
Loveridge says all the right things about his teammates. Good for him. 3 or 4
big-time teams this year in the state.
I give WJ credit. They deserved to win. I also give Orem credit. They most
certainly contended. Down 3 with 30 seconds to play shows that.
Congrats, hope they remember that the season's just begun.
Jordan Loveridge is a man among boys. Orem put up a good fight, but in the end
they were just another opponent who pretended to contend. I wouldn't be
surprised if West Jordan went undefeated. Congrats Scott Briggs..