Lily Haskins and Alyssa Spackman each scored a second-half goal to help the Thunderbirds shut out East 2-0 and claim their first Class 4A girls soccer state championship in program history Friday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
BYU-bound Mikayla Colohan scored the game-winning goal midway through the first half to lift the Darts to their third-straight Class 5A girls soccer state title and second-straight undefeated season with a 2-1 victory over Fremont.
After falling to a disappointing third place last year, Casey Clinger clocked a 14-minute, 42.9-second 5K to lead the Cavemen to the Class 5A boys cross-country state championship Wednesday at Sugarhouse Park.
Katelyn Allen scored the only goal of the match in the 16th minute, and goalkeeper Morgan Green made it stand up as the Silver Wolves (16-1-1) slowly pulled away from the Cavemen, 1-0, to advance to face Davis in the 5A state championship.
One KSL TV photographer got drilled during overtime at BYU's 28-21 win over Mississippi State; Taylorsville and Cottonwood provided a special high school football game for a special needs player; and Chinese arena football is better than the NFL.
East (8-0, 3-0 Region 5) and Highland (6-1, 3-0) are the lone unbeaten teams in the region with two games left in the regular season, and the Leopards are one of just three undefeated teams in Class 4A, as well.
First-year Salt Lake Community College men’s soccer coach Mark Davis isn’t shy about revealing the program’s lofty goals. Maybe the Bruins are right on track, after nearly clinching a SWAC regular-season title Wednesday.
Cortland Niccum scored twice on the ground and once through the air in relief to lead the Knights to a 41-14 win at Lehi in Friday night’s KSL Game of the Week, clinching a playoff bid and at least a share of the Region 4 championship.