EJ Allred scored the game-winning touchdown on a 2-yard plunge, and Treyson Hunter capped off a turnover-filled day with Beaver’s fourth interception to help the Beavers hold off Duchesne, 14-7 at Orem High School.
Carra McManamon, KSL.com | Posted Nov 8th - 11:31pm
All week long East High Head Coach Brandon Matich preached ‘playing with love’ to his team and on Friday night his team took that message to heart when they upset Bingham in the 6A quarterfinals, 20-16.
Two-way star Sione Moa had two touchdowns and an interception, and Timpview scored 26-unanswered points in the first half to cruise to a 26-7 win Friday night for the Thunderbirds' 31st-straight win over Provo.
A native of the Salt Lake Valley, Xavier Carlton moved with his mother, Lorraine, and father, Demetrius, — a former Utah linebacker in 1989 — to his father’s home state of California when he was young, and attended Modesto Christian School.
Olson scored the game-winning goal in the second period of extra time, and Manti won its first state title in program history with a 1-0 win over Judge Memorial in the 3A state title match at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Chase Comer scored two touchdowns seven minutes into the game, Justin Ostler had a 60-yard pick-six and the Knights (2-9) rolled up a 27-0 first-quarter lead before cruising to the win Friday night at Riverton.
Alysia Butters converted the game-winning penalty kick, and Bonita Gray added a first-half goal to lead Ogden to its first state title since 2011 with 2-1 win over Ridgeline in the Class 4A state championship Friday at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Ani Jensen struck a golden goal off the underneath of the crossbar in the seventh minute of extra time, and Skyline held off shorthanded Bonneville 2-1 Friday afternoon at Rio Tinto Stadium for the Eagles’ first state title since 2015.
Addie Gardner scored the lone goal of the match on an injured ankle, and the Cavemen rode their defense to Haven Empey’s ninth shutout of the year to clinch American Fork’s second Class 6A state title in three years with a 1-0 win over Davis.
Zoe Garber, Lily Kimball and Ella Kortbawi each had a goal as Skyline overturned a 1-0 deficit to upend Mountain View 3-1 in the semifinals of the Class 5A state tournament Tuesday at Juan Diego Catholic High School.