Neff’s golden goal off Gubler’s corner kick in the first period of extra time helped fourth-seeded Titans hold off No. 2 Bonneville, 1-0 Friday night to clinch Olympus’ first girls soccer championship since 1996.
Adeline Fiefia scored the game-winning goal with three minutes on the clock, and Ridgeline held off Ogden, 3-2 Friday afternoon at Rio Tinto Stadium to clinch the first 4A girls soccer title in school history.
Grace Nicol and Alizabeth Arevalo each scored twice — including a pair of first-half goals just a minute apart — and No. 2 Davis set up an all-chalk final with a 4-1 win over Pleasant Grove in a Class 6A state semifinal Tuesday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Just two days after the Utah High School Activities Association revealed the brackets for its five classifications’ postseason tournament, Fremont High School revealed that it would be unable to compete Friday night.
Jonathan Wistrcill, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 17th - 1:17am
The undefeated Skyline Eagles headed to Olympus to take on the Titans in the battle for the rock. The matchup may look lopsided on paper, but when these two rivals meet on a Friday night, anything is possible.
Spencer Hall finished with an 18-yard touchdown, a blocked field goal that led to a 66-yard score, and a would-be pick-six called back for a penalty in the Warriors’ 35-8 win over rival Roy to clinch a share of the Region 1 title and likely earn a first-round bye in next week’s Class 6A state playoffs.
Janessa Johnson had a brace in just her second game of the year with a goal, and Josie Shepherd added a goal as the defending Class 6A state champion Cavemen pulled away for a 4-2 win over Corner Canyon and advanced to next week’s state semifinals.