High school football: Mountain Crest prepared to reach highest height after suffering lowest low

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  • Rusty Shackleford Layton, UT
    Nov. 14, 2017 6:56 a.m.

    DN, you really need to check your facts:

    "The only negative to this season was the defeat at the hands of rival Sky View and even that was barely a negative. After all, the visiting Mustangs . . ."

    This game was played at Mountain Crest so the Mustangs were not visiting, they were the home team.

    "The fall was grace was a drastic one. In 2015 the Mustangs had made it as far as the state quarterfinals, before falling to the eventual state champion Bingham Miners."

    In 2015, Mountain Crest did lose to Bingham in the quarterfinals. But Bingham lost to Lone Peak in the semifinals, and Herriman was the "eventual state champion" in 2015.