You’ve got to tip your hat to the Darts. In Tuesday night’s Region 2 finale, it was Davis — and not its on-court opponent Viewmont — that looked like it was clawing for a league championship.
Pleasant Grove defeated Layton 33-31 Monday in the first round of the 5-A girls basketball tournament.
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.
Losing is never fun, but Ogden’s two-point loss to Bonneville to open Region 5 play this season was uniquely painful for Tigers senior Hunter Clarke.
In a season of struggles for the Ogden girls basketball team, something finally went right Tuesday evening.
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.
Layton dominated the 5-A state wrestling meet, Box Elder’s Brock Hardy three-peated as a champion, plus Fremont, Viewmont, Weber and Mountain Crest all had wrestlers take individual championships Thursday at Utah Valley University.