The Morgan High girls soccer team faced an offensive challenge against Manti in the 3-A semifinals Friday unlike anything it had faced since the preseason.
Morgan High School girls soccer team smashes Judge Memorial 4-1 during the girls 3-A state championships, on Saturday October 21, 2017 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy.
Story & Photos: Weber High senior McKenna Lee hasn’t always been content to hang back at the beginning of a cross country race, but she was Wednesday at the 6-A state championships — and the result was a first-place finish.
Green Canyon equalized during stoppage time in the second half, but Bonneville regained its composure throughout two periods of extra time and defeated the upstart first-year program 5-3 in a shootout.
Morgan rolled over Union 51-22 on Friday, clinching the 3-A North championship by posting an undefeated region season for the second year in a row.
Bonneville High girls soccer coach Rob McDaniel doesn’t take anything for granted in the state tournament, and a first-round battle with Desert Hills Wednesday had him on edge.
Turley dropped just two sets on her way to the championship match and was the only non-Lone Peak player or team to win a title.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Bonneville recovered a Tooele fumble on the opening kickoff and took a 7-0 lead three plays later on the way to a 47-17 win Friday, moving the Lakers into sole possession of second place in Region 11. Tooele (4-4, 2-2 Region 11) took a 10-7 lead by kicking a field goal...