The 6A/5A girls basketball state tournament begins Monday at Salt Lake Community College.
Dusty Baker leads a group of prolific 3-point shooters for Randy Rahe’s Weber State Wildcats in the 2017-18 season.
The fishing used to be great. Back in the day, we caught big fish all the time. Now, I don’t even see fish in the river anymore. I hear those phrases a lot. When folks find out you write about fishing for a living, it’s like they found an invitation to tell you their favorite fishing...
Is Weber State basketball a better shooting team than it was last year? How do the Wildcats' percentages stack up in the Big Sky, nationally and historically? That, and how a regular season title is still within reach as we update you on the three-team race for the Big Sky Conference.
Weber State will play its final home games of the regular season this week as Eastern Washington and Idaho come to Ogden in the Wildcats’ most challenging homestand loaded with major implications.
Heading into Wednesday's games, math majors may as well have been holding think-tanks to review all the permutations and possibilities of five teams trying for the final three seeds from Region 1 in the boys 6A state tournament.
Two days after kicking off the chaos that reigned in the first round of the 5A girls basketball tournament, Box Elder had plenty of reason and belief that the dream was still alive. Earlier Wednesday, No. 4 seed Highland advanced to the semifinals — but there was no more underdog magic...
Woods Cross’ offense met a brick wall in Highland, and the Wildcats’ season ended in the 5A quarterfinals
There were 23 lead changes between East and Viewmont until late in the third quarter. There wasn’t a 24th for the Vikings.
Fremont was focused. There would be no early exit from the girls 6A state tournament by the Silver Wolves.