Check out the standings for high school football in Northern Utah after the first week of games...
In 2016, Weber State touted the best pass defense in the Big Sky in allowing 193.5 passing yards per game. The Wildcat secondary plans not only to repeat as the best pass defense in the conference, but they’re also aiming to bump up their aggressiveness to force turnovers.
Two northern Utah high school graduates who earned spots as Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders a year ago are back for a second season with the team.
The Pac-12 has been called the Conference of Quarterbacks and it looks like it will really live up to that this season.
After Weber State’s success in the tight end position last season with the emergence of Andrew Vollert and solid contributions from Tui Satuala, the position group is now geared up and ready to keep Big Sky defenses on their toes.
During spring camp, Weber State’s receiving corps was depleted with injured players and most incoming freshmen were not yet not campus. Despite the limited rotation, receivers coach Kelly Bills wasn’t worried.
Check out the standings for high school football in Northern Utah after the first week of games held Friday, Aug. 18, 2017.
Editor’s Note: Due to an inaccurate box score provided to the Standard-Examiner, a previous version of this story incorrectly reported the final score. We regret the error. PLAIN CITY — Jay Scott punched in a 3-yard touchdown run to put Fremont ahead 7-0 in the first quarter, but that...
Find all the scores, stories and photos from high school football action around Northern Utah from games held Friday, Aug. 18. 2017.
Season openers always seem to expose what teams need to work on the most. This week, don’t be surprised to see a determined emphasis on special teams on the practice fields at both Syracuse and Roy.