“We’re started really strong this season,” Head Coach Emily Kennington said. “We’ve got a lot of young talent which is great for our team and the team unity really shows on the court.”
From the moment Long Gutierrez entered swimming lessons, his mother knew he was special. What she didn’t realize, however, is that in just 17 short years, her son would an Olympian.
“In the 10 years that I’ve been head coach, this is the strongest team,” Zufelt said, “We’ve got a great group of runners this year.”
A new coach has breathed new life into the Jordan soccer program, challenging the girls to improve on last season.
For the first time in years, Utah’s big schools don’t have to play second fiddle to Alta.
The Alta tennis team is helping break in the new courts built last year, with a new coach at the helm.
Jordan has seen its share of those types of years. 2015, however, is shaping up to be something special.
Riverton and Herriman high schools have produced a pair of volleyball players that have helped Salt Lake Community College Bruins become a nationally ranked program.
It has taken three years to get to this spot for the Corner Canyon girls soccer team, but the Chargers are finally at a point where the team isn’t younger than everyone they play.