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Lone Peak heads to Timpview with upset on the mind

Rod Zundel  |  Posted  Aug 26th - 10:10pm

Lone Peak's football team knows it will enter Friday night's game at Timpview as a heavy underdog. But that's fine with the Knights.

Holders of past 3 4A titles, Timpview players relish target

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 25th - 9:13pm

For this year's Thunderbirds, coming off back-to-back-to-back state championships and seven of the last nine state 4A titles, the target on their backs is a prize of honor.

Prep football: Week 1 scores and highlights  |  Posted  Aug 22nd - 7:07pm

Check back here for the latest scores from all the week 1 prep football games across the state.

Jensen, Bengals overcome slow start to down Herriman

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 21st - 11:29pm

To say that Brighton quarterback Drew Jensen started off slow is an understatement. But he finished well when it mattered to lead the Bengals to a 23-17 win over Herriman on Friday night.

Brighton, Herriman highlight opening week of HS football

Jeremiah Jensen and Rod Zundel  |  Posted  Aug 21st - 6:51pm

Brighton lost to American Fork in last year's 5A semifinals. Herriman fell in the quarterfinals to eventual-state champion Bingham. Both return several star players, and both have high expectations in 2015.

Sharp leads Eagles by Hurricane in HS football opener

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 20th - 10:25pm

Riley Sharp accounted for 12 points, all in the fourth quarter, as the Eagles used a late charge to pull away from visiting Hurricane, 17-3 Thursday night.

Lambourne, Bingham expect continuity in coaching change

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 20th - 10:17am

The Miners open the season Friday at 7 p.m. against Westlake, and though he's been around the program for a while, John Lambourne expects to rely plenty on his staff and returning players.

'Game Night Live' crew previews 2015 season

Rod Zundel and Jeremiah Jensen  |  Posted  Aug 16th - 10:08pm

High school football is only a week away, and the "Game Night Live" crew sat down with Amy Donaldson of the Deseret News to talk about old favorites, new faces and the always-popular UHSAA realignment.

Brighton grad Masina shows off at USC fall camp

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 13th - 9:13pm

Former Brighton High running back/linebacker Osa Masina had a goal-line tackle during a freshman "Pride Drill" at USC, the only defensive stop in the best-of-three team drill.

Former Alta, BYU soccer player Bain named All-American

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Aug 6th - 5:51pm

Former Alta High midfielder Christian Bain was named an All-American by Top Drawer Soccer after leading the Hawks to the Class 5A boy's soccer state championship and a 19-1-1 season.

Layton's La Roca FC falls short in Utah's first bid at club national title

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jul 26th - 9:06pm

For the first time in Utah history, a local girls soccer club advanced to the U.S. Youth Soccer national championship final. But a late goal doomed Layton's La Roca FC against California's Legends FC in a 2-1 loss Sunday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Brighton WR Fehoko makes Cardinal pledge

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jul 19th - 3:17pm

The four-star wide receiver Simi Fehoko announced his commitment to Stanford on Sunday afternoon, giving head coach David Shaw and the Cardinal the services of one of the top high school players in the state of Utah.

Riverton's Tanner Banks turning into minor league ace

Brett Hein, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 16th - 8:44pm

The former University of Utah pitcher is turning heads in the rookie-advanced Pioneer League, especially after an exceptional performance in Ogden.

Wasatch Academy coach Geno Morgan dies in Chicago

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jul 2nd - 1:38pm

Wasatch Academy coach Geno Morgan, who led the Tigers to three state championships in six seasons, died in his sleep Thursday morning while visiting family in Chicago. He was 49.

New report highlights gender equity gap in high school sports

Kelly Wallace, CNN  |  Posted  Jun 30th - 7:29pm

As the U.S. Women's World Cup soccer team celebrate their Tuesday win over Germany in the tournament's semifinal round, there's renewed attention here at home on just how big the gaps are in high school when it comes to sports teams for girls and boys.

16 years in, All Poly camp a chance for 'kids to excel and have fun'

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jun 20th - 8:24pm

The All-Poly Camp started as a way to provide Utah high school football players who couldn't afford to attend expensive summer camps with an affordable and high-quality alternative. Now it draws some of the top talent in the country and loads of college coaches.

Frank Jackson earns top honors at NBA Top 100 Camp

Jeremiah Jensen and Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jun 20th - 5:36pm

Lone Peak senior Frank Jackson continues to impress on a national stage, earning first-team all-camp at the prestigious NBPA Top 100 this week.

Ex-Jordan QB Kafentzis picks Nevada as transfer destination

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jun 10th - 5:17pm

Former Jordan High and Wisconsin quarterback Austin Kafentzis will transfer to Nevada, according to reports and an updated Wikipedia entry for the former prolific Utah high school quarterback.

Timpview's Baxter commits to BYU; next Ainge headed to Utah State

Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jun 8th - 8:19pm

BYU head coach Dave Rose landed Timpview forward Gavin Baxter on Monday, and new Utah State head coach Tim Duryea will welcome Crew Ainge, the son of former BYU star Danny Ainge, to Logan in 2017.

Utah's top 10 high schools for producing college football, basketball athletes

Alex Clark  |  Posted  Jun 4th - 2:51pm

Ranking Utah's top 10 high schools based on the number of college football and basketball athletes they've produced so far this decade.