Riverton and Herriman high school cross country teams have been losing sleep, dreaming about the things they could be.
The Ranger College women battled Cisco to a 1-1 deadlock in double overtime.
The Herriman High School football team could be described as a steam roller destined to flatten anything that comes into its path.
“Dave and I have coached together for 21 years,” Lambourne said. “We have the same philosophies that have built over time working with many, many student athletes.”
It’s been a year of change for the Alta football team. A new coach, a new state classification and a new region all meant the Hawks would be meeting new challenges.
But when 14-year-old Emilee Astle smashes her first serve and follows it with pounding ground strokes it is easy to mistake her for a seasoned senior.
Imagine spending 16 to 20 hours a week spinning, leaping, splitting and lunging across a hard gymnasium floor.
When Mike Tidwell accepted the position as head football coach at Cottonwood High School in April 2015, he was determined to breathe life into a struggling football program.
Winning five straight matches during this pre-season competition set the tone the Spartan’s official season.