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LAYTON — Layton Christian blistered Intermountain Christian with seven goals in the first half and went on to win 10-0 Friday. Bartomeu Tortella Mestre had three goals and Fabrizio Tufano tallied two. Marcelo Holanda, Jesus Tomasi, Ryan Arevalo, Chris Masozera and Sebastian Oliver Amengual...
Layton Christian’s Pedro Silva didn’t let a Bell’s Palsy diagnosis stop him from playing in 2-A boy’s basketball tournament.
Viewmont advanced all the way to the 5-A state championship game before falling to American Fork, and Ridgeline closed the season with 13 straight wins and a 3-A state championship after blasting Juan Diego.
Silva came off the bench to lead Layton Christian with 12 points in the 2-A boys basketball championship game on Saturday, Feb. 25.
Layton Christian Academy captured the 2-A boys basketball championship Saturday at Sevier Valley Center with a 59-41 rout of Waterford.
With a couple flicks of the wrist in the third quarter of Viewmont’s 5-A semifinal showdown with Sky View Friday at Salt Lake Community College, Viewmont’s Mercedes Staples proved why she doesn’t need to do anything but play.
Just like their first meeting last month, the Royals trailed in the second half before roaring back to capture a 60-47 victory, setting up a crucial game with Northridge next week in a battle for the fourth and final Region 1 bid to the state tournament.
Just over three weeks ago, Layton put the clamps down on Davis — allowing only nine second half points — en route to a 17-point road win over the Darts. A motivated Davis squad turned in a much better performance Friday night, but the result was the same as the Lancers came from...
Things that were a little hazy heading into the Clearfield-Northridge game Friday afternoon are now coming into focus — the Falcons can see they’re perched in a pretty good spot, but not out of the woods yet.