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America First Scholar Athlete: Roy High's Rocco Hamblin

September 19, 2021 — (KUTV) - Sundays throughout the fall the crew at Talkin’ Sports will once again be honoring local student athletes who are making an impact in the arena and in their community! Brought to you by America First, here’s your chance to meet Roy High School’s Rocco Hamblin who’s currently a Senior on the Royals Football team and also has Lacrosse to look forward to in the Spring. Isaac is helpful, kind, and a wonderful student who makes a point of being friendly to everyone. Isaac is incredibly hard working, donates a ton of time through community service, and serves as a student body officer. Meet a great kid with a very bright future right here!
ROY, UT
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Students get hands-on experience building tiny home

The "mighty tiny home" is 249 square feet. About 50 high school students helped build the home. (Mike Andersen, KSL-TV) KAYSVILLE — While 249 square feet is not a lot of space, it's helping students gain mansion-sized amounts of experience they can take with them on the job. Bryce Chapman...
KAYSVILLE, UT
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High school football roundup for Friday, Sept. 17 (Week 6)

Here’s a complete roundup of Friday’s Week 6 high school football action from around the state. Ty Hoagland hauled in a 40-yard touchdown pass from Jackson Stevens on the final play of the game as Davis avoided overtime to knock off Syracuse in a great Region 1 game. Davis led 17-3 at the break, but Syracuse scored 17 points in the third quarter to rally quickly and tie the game. Davis running back Dakoda Kempthorne had a workmanlike performance on the ground carrying the ball 29 times for 97 yards and two touchdowns.
SYRACUSE, UT
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Prep football: Bountiful stuffs late Bonneville drive, holds on for 20-14 win

BOUNTIFUL — Bonneville and Bountiful have each been about as average as it gets so far this season. Heading into the contest at Larry Wall Stadium, overall, the Redhawks had outscored the opposition by two points (82-80), while the Lakers trailed by a pair (149-151). A combined record of 4-5 was a decent representation of the performance on the field.
BOUNTIFUL, UT
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After beating Rich 54-0, Layton Christian already has most wins since 2017

LAYTON — Before the football season started at Layton Christian Academy, head coach Ray Stowers said he was unsure if the Eagles would play home games at their scenic home stadium because of drought and sprinkler issues. The sprinklers got fixed and the brown field recovered some green color to...
LAYTON, UT
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55 students positive for COVID-19 at Syracuse Elementary School

SYRACUSE, Utah (ABC4) – The Davis School District has around 73,000 students. Yesterday, the school district held its first test-to-stay event at one of its elementary schools with nearly 900 students. This after the student body reached the COVID-19 threshold set by the state. At Syracuse Elementary School, students play...
SYRACUSE, UT
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LIST: Utah schools with the highest number of active COVID-19 cases

(ABC4) – It has now been a week since Labor Day weekend, a time when many health officials worried Utah would see a spike in COVID-19 cases. Since then Utah has recorded over 7,500 COVID-19 cases, many among school-aged children. On Monday, the Utah Department of Health reported 935 new...
UTAH STATE
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Prep football: Week 6 game previews and predictions for Northern Utah

Region games are now well underway for all Northern Utah high school football teams. The sixth week of games — we’re already in the back half of the regular season and the calendar hasn’t changed to autumn yet — is headlined by a Region 5 clash between Bonneville and Bountiful.
ROY, UT
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Prep roundup: Bountiful volleyball stays unbeaten as region play begins

BOUNTIFUL — Bountiful High volleyball downed Bonneville in straight sets — 25-9, 25-12, 25-10 — on Thursday to remain unbeaten as it opened region play. Bountiful (12-0, 1-0 Region 5) served 14 aces on the night. Jordyn Harvey led with 13 kills. Emrie Satuala and Taylor Harvey each added nine kills while Mia Ray had six. Evalyn Chism tallied 32 assists.
BOUNTIFUL, UT
KUTV

Four Utah schools enter 'Test to Stay' threshold, including Tooele High

SYRACUSE, Utah (KUTV) — UPDATE: 6:30 p.m. — Tooele High School is among the four schools that will implement a mandatory COVID-19 test for students wishing to return to school in person. The county health department is also strongly recommending masks for students and staff. The school had more than...
UTAH STATE

High school football: Parker Kingston helps Roy overcome slow to rally past Kearns for critical Region 2 win

Roy’s confidence was on a slippery slope to say the least early in Thursday’s game against visiting Kearns. Falling behind two touchdowns less than five minutes into the Region 2 clash was a nightmare start for a Roy team coming off a very disappointing performance in last week’s loss at West, and also absent 11 contributors because of injury or suspension.
ROY, UT
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AM News Brief: National Guard COVID Duty, Possible Reservation System For Arches & Red Means Testing For Utah Schools

The Utah Department of Health has added a color-coding system to its COVID-19 reporting for schools. It’s based on what they call the “Test to Stay” metric, when schools have to test every student to stay open. For schools with 1,500 or more students, screening has to happen when 2% of the student body has tested positive in the past 2 weeks. For smaller schools, mandatory testing kicks in if 30 students have tested positive in that same time frame. Schools in the red have to “Test to Stay,” and yellow means they’re halfway to the threshold. The state’s dashboard lists two schools in the red right now — Syracuse and Antelope Elementary, both in the Davis School District. — Elaine Clark.
UTAH STATE