Bear River baseball grabbed an exciting win, plus a roundup of baseball and softball action Tuesday from around Northern Utah.
There are 80-plus minutes of time available in a regulation game and Viewmont used all but six of them before junior Preston Pitt broke free on the right angle and found the back of the net, sending the Vikings to a 1-0 upset victory over Davis in Region 2 play.
Viewmont outpaced Davis High’s shots on the goal and Preston Pitt finally got a goal past the stout defense of Davis goalie Tanner Kennard late in the second half to come out with the 1-0 win Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at Davis High School in Kaysville.
Fremont vs. Northridge, plus results from six more high school softball games Friday in Northern Utah.
Most softball and baseball games were rained out, but Karli Jamison hit a pair of homers, including a grand slam, and also doubled to lead Roy to a win over Mountain Crest on Thursday.
LAYTON — Brendan Stansfield scored in each half and Layton trounced Granger 5-0 on Thursday to sweep the season series. Stansfield scored early in each half, scoring in the third minute and again in the 45th. Kaden Amano picked up a goal and an assist while Leo Urrutia and Porter Madsen also...
If you want to challenge Jesse Wade’s abilities on the basketball court, it’s best not to do so around his younger sister, Olivia.
It might feel like the round of a lifetime, but if her family is any indication, there could very well be more to come from Davis High’s Caylyn Ponich.
Cortney Rhees went 3 for 4 with three singles, including a three-run single that broke a 6-6 tie in the bottom of the fifth, and Fremont softball stayed undefeated in Region 1 with a 9-6 win over Mountain Crest on Tuesday.