Jake Jensen scored his third touchdown on the final play of the game with a 2-yard run to help Pleasant Grove rally for a 19-16 win at Corner Canyon on Friday’s opening weekend of the 2016 high school football season.
The Los Angeles Clippers, who drafted Pleasant Grove's C.J. Wilcox in the first round of the 2014 NBA Draft, are reportedly on the verge of a deal to send the former Washington wing to Orlando, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Recent studies show teenage girls dropping out of sports at a much higher rate than their male counterparts. Hoping to change those numbers, Always has come out with the latest installment in its viral #LikeAGirl campaign.
Former Copper Hills defensive lineman and current Seattle Seahawks pro Sealver Siliga watched every summer as his friends went off to specialized football camps for skill position players. But as a lineman, he rarely got that chance.
The All-Poly Camp continues to be a can’t-miss satellite camp in Utah, and not just for local high school football players and coaches. Coaches from some of the top programs in the country visited the popular summer camp in Layton this week.
Former BYU baseball signee Payton Henry signed a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, electing to postpone college in favor of a professional baseball career Wednesday before flying to the Arizona rookie league.
Pleasant Grove catcher Payton Henry, the 2016 Deseret News Mr. Baseball and 2015 Gatorade Utah player of the year, was selected in Friday’s sixth round by the Milwaukee Brewers with the 171st overall pick.
Utah’s first family of saddle bronc riding added another title Saturday. Ryder Wright of Milford won the Utah High School Rodeo Association saddle bronc state championship after Saturday's final round.
This Memorial Day, take time to celebrate your loved ones — both those who are around and those who sacrificed everything to give you what you have today. Let’s also take a look back at some of our favorite moments in sports from the weekend.
Sean Walker and Brittany Copeland | Posted May 28th - 6:38pm
Springville's 12-0 win over Cyprus in the opening round of the Class 4A state softball tournament wasn't special just because it was a playoff victory. The Red Devils were playing for one of their one: a junior shortstop with brain tumors.