The Roy High girls basketball team needed to win its final two region games to earn a spot in a...
The Ogden School District Board of Education took the first step toward changing a policy that would move all ninth grade athletes to compete at the high school level.
Northridge High girls basketball coach Chris Smith started the week celebrating a birth and finished it celebrating a berth.
Just like their first meeting last month, the Royals trailed in the second half before roaring back to capture a 60-47 victory, setting up a crucial game with Northridge next week in a battle for the fourth and final Region 1 bid to the state tournament.
If there was ever going to be a poster athlete for specializing, Ashlee Nebeker would seem to be a prime candidate. Nebeker is a senior at Fremont High School and has played both softball and basketball. Now, she can’t play either.
The Roy High girls basketball team needed to win its final two region games to earn a spot in a play-in game for a berth in the 4-A state tournament.
Fremont’s offense is challenging enough with Saxton Morby and Cade Hadley draining 3s, sometimes not even caring to set their feet first, from well beyond the arc. Add the inside domination of 6-foot-7 Zach Taylor, and, well, it’s easy to see why the Silver Wolves can look just...
In a season of struggles for the Ogden girls basketball team, something finally went right Tuesday evening.
Losing is never fun, but Ogden’s two-point loss to Bonneville to open Region 5 play this season was uniquely painful for Tigers senior Hunter Clarke.
Sky View senior Alexa Walters won the 100-yard breaststroke and was also part of the Bobcats 200-yard freestyle relay team that took first.