Tanner Lofthouse won the first state title of his career, and Mountain Crest clinched its first state title since 2014 with 253 points at the Class 4A state tournament Saturday at Utah Valley University.
Cole Zorn took a 3-1 win over teammate Luis Garcia to win the 132-pound state championship Thursday night, paving the way to the Vikings’ dominant team win at the UCCU Center for their seventh title in eight years.
Parker Frasure finished an undefeated season with a 106-pound championship, and the Vikings cruised to their first state title since 2010 in the Class 5A state wrestling tournament at Utah Valley University.
Damion Squire finished with 13 points and four assists, including the 70-foot buzzer-beating gamewinner that led the Tigers to a 68-65 win over Glendale in a consolation game at the Tournament of Champions.
Former Springville High star Savannah Sumsion posted her first collegiate double-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in Pacific's 77-65 loss to the Cougars, proving the Tigers' recruiting efforts valid in a homecoming trip in Provo.
The state of Utah continues to grow its profile in the amount of athletes playing Division I football. The following is a list of where all the local high school athletes signed Wednesday for the Early Signing Day period.
Corner Canyon quarterback Zach Wilson called the Boise State coaching staff to say he was de-committing from the Broncos, one of the hardest things he had to do, but one he felt necessary after late interest from Iowa and BYU, among other schools.
Lehi (12-2) won its first title since 2000, and the first since departing Class 3A around the turn of the century. Cooper set Utah High School Activities Association records for career passing touchdowns (118), career completions (876), et al.
The East High Leopards lost the 6A title game to Bingham, but the defeat shouldn't weigh them down. East football is now playing in 6A for the first time ever and still managed to win double digit games. East previously won the last two titles in 4A.
Lolani Langi returned a fumble 47 yards for a touchdown on the opening drive of the second half, and Wissler and Amoni Kaili combined for 77 yards and a touchdown to help Bingham to a 27-14 win over East in the Class 6A state championship Friday.
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Nov 17th - 3:20pm
Orem dominated Mountain Crest to win their first 4A state title in 23 years. The Tigers' defense was stout, shutting out Mountain Crest for the first time all season. Orem's Puka Nacua tied the state record for touchdown receptions in this game (24).