The Warriors and Vikings displayed plenty of team depth at last week's City-County and Davis District swim championships.
In the City-County Invitational, held Friday and Saturday at Ben Lomond High, Weber outscored the field for boys and girls title victories.
In the girls team chase, Weber topped Fremont, with Ogden third and Roy fourth.
In the boys team chase, Weber thoroughly dominated the meet, with Fremont second, Roy third and Ogden fourth.
Individual boys winners included Weber's Drake Mendelson in the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle, Weber's Chandler Ward in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, Weber's Shea Smith in the 200 individual medley, Weber's Jon Vu in the 100 butterfly, Weber's Austin Warner in the 100 individual medley, Fremont's Greg Mayer in the 200 freestyle, and Fremont's Parker Weicks in the 100 breaststroke.
In girls races, individual winners included Weber's Mary Williams in the 200 individual medley, Weber's Erin Nordhill in the 50 freestyle, Weber's Rachel Wilding in the 100 butterfly, Weber's Elizabeth Tolman in the 100 freestyle, Weber's Ali Nordhill in the 500 freestyle, and Weber's Rachel DeYoung in the 100 breaststroke, as well as Roy's Sophie Overbeck in the 100 backstroke, Fremont's Madalyn Allred in the 100 individual medley and Ogden's Jodi Pham in the 200 freestyle.
Davis District meet
At Layton's Surf-N-Swim Friday and Saturday, Woods Cross' girls edged Viewmont in the team chase, with Davis third and Layton fourth.
On the boys side, Viewmont topped Bountiful, with Woods Cross third and Davis fourth.
Individual winners include Layton's Madison Ramos in the 200 freestyle, and Syracuse's Chelsea Fieschel in the 100 freestyle.
On the boys side, Viewmont's Lars Thorderson won the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke, while Zach Santella won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly.
Other winners included Davis' Sam Bryson in the 50 freestyle, and Viewmont's Josh Meyers in the 500 freestyle.
Hoops week ahead
A full slate of non-region boys and girls basketball games are on tap this week, including a pair of intriguint girls invitationals.
The Lady Bear Classic at Bear River will run Friday and Saturday, while Ogden, Northridge and Woods Cross will join host Bonneville in the Harry Burchell Classic.
In Monday's only game, Layton defeated Cottonwood 54-22 in girls action.
Maddi Smith scored 21 points, while Jaden Anderson added a dozen. The Lancers led 27-6 at halftime.
Lone Peak quarterback Chase Hansen was named Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year. He will be in the running for national Gatorade Player of the year honors.
Hansen, the 6-foot-4, 210-pound senior, led the Knights to a 14-0 record and a state 5-A title victory over Fremont. He passed for 2,090 yards and 38 touchdowns, and also rushed for 1,410 yards and 17 TDs on the ground.
The Utah Blaze announced that senior football standout Kurtis Taufa from Lone Peak High School, and senior outside volleyball hitter from Skyline High School, Nicol Powell, have earned the High School Prep "Ironman" award for their notable athletic performances during the last two weeks of November.
The pair won their awards in online voting.
Through a half-dozen games of the Utah High School Hockey Association season, Murray and Skyline sit 1-2 in the North Division standings, with Viewmont third and Northridge fourth. Judge Memorial, Weber County independent and Davis in the top tier.
Uintah and Utah County independent lead the South Division.
High school hockey is conducted independent of the UHSAA.
The Park City Invitational diving competition will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at Park City's Ecker Hill Middle School.
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