Ryan Comer

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GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bassett, Wood lead Layton to victory

LAYTON — Layton High girls basketball coach Van Price doesn’t expect Hailey Bassett and Clara Wood to dominate his scoring sheet every game, but they certainly did against Bonneville in the season opener between the two schools on Tuesday.

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BOYS BASKETBALL: Alta cruises past Davis

SANDY — Alta doubled up Davis in the first quarter and went on to win 61-46 on Wednesday.

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BOYS BASKETBALL: Rex's big night leads Roy to 'W'

ROY — Rex Carpenter scored 28 points and knocked down seven 3-pointers to lead Roy to a 72-59 victory over Cottonwood on Tuesday.

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Davis High girls soccer team finishes No. 1 in national poll

Move over, Lone Peak. You’re not the only school in the state of Utah to have a team top a national poll at the end of a season.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Fremont in unfamiliar territory

For the first time in five years, the Fremont High girls basketball team will enter the season without a player committed to play at a Division-I university.

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BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: LCA guards "worth the admission"

LAYTON — Layton Christian Academy boys basketball coach Bobby Porter won’t go as far as saying his backcourt this year is the best he’s ever had, but he does believe it will certainly be one to watch.

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Two local prep baseball players sign with Idaho college

ROY — The Northwest Nazarene University baseball program hasn’t enjoyed a lot of recent success. In fact, when the team made the postseason last year, it did so for the first time in 23 years.

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Reflections at the end of the high school football season

The life of a reporter includes constant business – always going from one location to the next. Just finished a story? Congratulations, it’s immediately off to the next interview for the next story. Often times, multiple stories are juggled at once. With so much to do, it can be nearly impossible to find a moment to stop and think.

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Logan dominates Dixie for 3-AA title on Horsley's 258 rush yards

SALT LAKE CITY — Hunter Horsley was a running back before he was a quarterback, so being asked to carry the load during Logan’s 3-AA championship game at Rice-Eccles Stadium on Friday wasn’t just something he felt comfortable with. It’s what he wanted.

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Former Viewmont basketball player starting strong at Utah State

It’s just one game, but Viewmont High grad Katie Toole is off to a strong start with Utah State University’s women’s basketball team.

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