With the Davis and Weber school districts on a rare week-long spring break, Top of Utah sports will be limited in the days ahead.
That puts Region 11 in the spotlight, as the baseball, boys soccer and softball standings could be shaken up.
In Region 11 soccer, Bear River and Ogden sit 4-1-0 following the Tigers' 2-0 win last week, but Ben Lomond is chasing the pair at 3-1-0. The Scots host Bear River today and play at Tooele on Wednesday.
In Region 11 baseball, Stansbury leads a bunched group as five of the top six teams boast winning records on the season.
In softball, Bear River dispatched Grantsville last week and faces battles with Ben Lomond and Ogden this week.
Ogden City Recreation has announced an exciting change to its annual baseball all-star games.
The games will now include an underclassment game, set for June 1 at Lindquist Field. The top 30 freshmen, sophomores and juniors will be selected to appear.
The annual 3-A, 4-A and 5-A senior all-star contests will be set for June 2.
Morgan High School will partner with the NFL Players Association and NCSA Athletic Recruiting to present "College Recruiting Simplified"
on April 11, Sports training expert and NCSA Athletic Recruiting educational speaker Paul Putnam will offer advice and guidance on how to maximize your chances of receiving a college athletic scholarship. NCSA Athletic Recruiting is pleased to offer all families free admission to attend the acclaimed seminar at 7 p.m.
Included among the information to be provided at this great event is NCSA's "The Five Things You Need to Know" and "The Five Things You Must Do to Get Recruited." The following is a sneak peak at NCSA Athletic Recruiting's advice, so that you and your family can start immediately down the road to success!
If you're interested in the seminar, but do not attend Morgan High, call Tiffany Menzione at (312) 624-7437 to inquire about attendance.
Effective with the 2012-13 season, a double twist to a cradle (double down) no longer will be permitted in high school spirit (cheer, dance, drill, pom).
This significant risk minimization ruling was one of 19 rules changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations Spirit Rules Committee at its March 3-5 meeting in Indianapolis. The rules changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.
With changes to Rules 2-8-9 and 2-10-2, a twist performed to a cradle must not involve more than one complete rotation except when dismounting to a cradle from a side-facing stunt or toss, which will permit 1!o rotations. In these cases, the bases may make a one-fourth turn to catch the cradle.
Competitive spirit squads constitute the ninth-most popular activity for girls at the high school level, according to the 2010-11 High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the NFHS, with 96,718 participants nationwide. There are also 21,487 girls who participate in dance or drill teams, according to the same survey.
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