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.
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.
PLAIN CITY — Fremont took a 26-18 halftime lead and held off Roy for a 40-38 region win Tuesday. Fremont (6-4 Region 1) was led by Berklee Lerohl’s 10 points, while Abby Broadbent, Haylee Doxey and Karstyn Peterson each scored six. Sarah Shulz scored a game-high 13 points to lead Roy (3-...
St. Joseph allowed just seven points through the first three quarters and rolled Dugway 48-19 Thursday.
Depending on whether you are an optimist or a pessimist, Clearfield and Weber were either just one game out of second place or mired in a three-way tie for fourth in Region 1 entering Tuesday’s tipoff. Either way, every game has playoff ramifications for one of the top four slots in the...
St. Joseph Catholic High School basketball’s Matt Morton was named one of the Standard-Examiner’s Standard Stars.
A roundup of Thursday’s girls basketball action in Northern Utah, including Layton Christian’s blowout win over Waterford led by sophomore transfer Danyale Thomas.
Keslee Stevenson knows nothing significant has been accomplished yet, but there was also no mistaking how much Box Elder’s victory meant as her team ran out the clock on Highland Tuesday.
SYRACUSE — With a four-team logjam atop the Region 2 standings, no one can afford to take a day off. Unfortunately for Syracuse fans, the Titans had a big scoring donut in the middle of the fourth quarter and Davis filled the hole to take a key 55-44 road victory Friday evening. Syracuse...
In a place where very little has gone right for Weber over the last three years, all that seemed to go wrong in that deciding sequence ultimately proved inconsequential as Cable’s shot fell through the net to lift the Warriors to a 49-46 victory.