In a year in which much is expected of the Cottonwood Colts volleyball team—last year the Colts went deep into the state tournament—the team is picking up right where it left off.
Does enrollment, graduation rates or socioeconomics make a bigger difference when determining what schools succeed in the sports arena?
As teams notice a decrease in players, they wonder why and what they can do about it. Some schools are combining teams.
Cottonwood High School graduate Ali Ibanez played basketball in the Netherlands and Germany.
In the male dominated world of high school football Stephanie Davis has found a place to learn from and influence for good a group of tough football players.
The highly recruited defensive tackle has offers from the top college football programs in the country.
Every August, the South Salt Lake Police Athletics/Activities League, or PAL, plays host to a pivotal tournament in Utah's boxing community, the Pete Suazo Invitational.
For the first time in many years, the Colts have a 64-man roster to open the season.
Two divisions and a relegation system are bringing some parity to South Salt Lake's adult softball league.