Red hockey team defeats Weber County Wednesday 11-0
The Red hockey team defeated Weber County on Wednesday evening 11-0 at the Park City Ice Arena. Red players Ian Marsland and Leo Vanvelkenburgh led the charge, pouring in two goals, and a goal and two assists, respectively. Park City Head Coach Mike Adamek lauded his team’s performance, saying, “Our players showed up to play with a little chip on their shoulders, and it showed. We played a nearly flawless offensive game. … Good all-around night for us.” Next up for the Red team are the South County Black Ice Llamas, who they’ll take on next Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., also at the Park City Ice Arena.
A legacy of excellence: WSU’s graduating football players
As the curtain falls on their collegiate football careers, Weber State University’s graduating players leave behind a legacy of dedication, skill and triumph. Among these accomplished athletes are Hayden Meacham, Marque Collins, Maxwell Anderson, Winston Reid, Kris Jackson, Noah Atagi and Ethan Atagi — each contributing to the Wildcats’ success in their unique ways.
Rams to play girl/boy hoops tonight at Ogden
It’s Greene County girls and boys basketball tonight in Ogden vs. the host Bulldogs. The boys’ teams will be playing for the first time this season while it’s contest number two for the girls’ teams. Both games can be heard on KG98 and streamed on www.raccoonvalleyradio.com with coverage at 5:45 p.m.
Raegan Beers notches double-double, Scott Rueck becomes Oregon State’s winningest women’s basketball coach
Raegan Beers recorded her fifth consecutive double-double and Scott Rueck became Oregon State’s winningest women’s basketball coach with a 79-53 Beavers victory against Weber State on Wednesday in Corvallis. Beers scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to go with three assists and four blocks on field trip...
Syracuse Community Center Announces New Year Registration for Sports Leagues and Art Classes
The Parks and Recreation department has released updates for the upcoming year. Registration for the Pickleball League opens on January 1st for residents and January 8th for non-residents, closing on January 21st. The six-week league begins the week of January 29th at the Syracuse Community Center, costing $25 for residents and $30 for non-residents.
Weber State beats Navajo Tech 107–45
Weber State University’s men’s basketball team hosted Navajo Technical University at the Dee Events Center on Nov. 28 after competing in the Atlantic Slam, a three-game weekend in Moncton, New Brunswick. After winning one and losing two in the Atlantic Slam, the Wildcats bounced back with a 107–45 win over Navajo Tech.
Volleyball takes Big Sky Championship
After a dominating season, Weber State University’s women’s volleyball team won the Big Sky Championship on Nov. 24, ending the season with a record of 21–9, 11–5. The University of Colorado in Greeley, Colorado, hosted this year’s tournament from Nov. 22-24. “Going to the tournament...
Davis boys basketball looking to regain championship-level form
After going through a bit of a rebuilding year last season, the Davis boys basketball team wants to get back to doing what it did so well two seasons ago: dominating. Davis was 14-12 last season, including 6-6 in Region 1, tying for fourth place in the six-team league. The 14 wins broke a streak of three consecutive 20-win seasons for the Darts. Davis had a cumulative total of 90 more points than its opponents and lost to Lone Peak in the quarterfinals of the Class 6A state tournament.
Weber State Men’s Basketball Blows Out Navajo Tech
SALT LAKE CITY – The Weber State men’s basketball team bounced back from a loss to Colgate by blowing out the visiting Navajo Tech Skyhawks. The Wildcats hosted the Skyhawks at Dee Events Center in Ogden, Utah on Monday, November 27. Weber State beat Navajo Tech, 107-45. 15...
WSU volleyball gets served by BYU in NCAA tournament
In a highly anticipated match at the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament, Weber State University’s women’s volleyball team, for the third time in school history, faced off against Brigham Young University. Despite a valiant effort, the Wildcats fell to BYU in three sets, with scores of 16–25, 16–26 and 25–27.
Farmington girls basketball begins season with new coach and new look
Farmington will roll out a new varsity lineup as well as a new head coach this year after legendary coach Van Price retired following last season. “We don’t have a ton of varsity game time experience, so we are trying to get that experience in practice,” said head coach Tara Ferrin. “Our focus is on playing as a team and working to control what we have the ability to control and that is our effort.”
Prep Sports Roundup: 11/30
GARLAND, Utah-Dauson Gardiner led the way with 16 points and the Class 4A Uintah Utes overpowered Gunnison Valley 53-36 during the Bear River Winter Classic Thursday. Tyson Tucker led the Bulldogs in the loss with 17 points. Girls Basketball. Shannon Johnson Tournament @ Uintah High School. VERNAL, Utah-Ashley Garner posted...
Ogden Girls Wrestling Results from November 27th
Carlie Hinderaker (1-4) placed 4th and scored 7.0 team points. Quarterfinal – Carlie Hinderaker (Ogden) 1-4 received a bye () (Bye) Semifinal – Evelyn Kramer (South Central Calhoun) 3-0 won by fall over Carlie Hinderaker (Ogden) 1-4 (Fall 0:42) 3rd Place Match – Bella Cosner (West Central Valley)...
Volleyball aces the Region title
Girls’ volleyball has had an incredible preseason these past few weeks, and they are hoping to place high in state this year. After an agonizing 0 – 3 loss to Mountain Ridge in last year’s preseason, the girls came back this year to sweep them 3 – 0 on Aug. 29. Overall, their preseason has been exceptional compared to past years, with a record of 10-2 and several difficult teams under their belt. Some of these tougher games included tenth ranked Copper Hills, previously mentioned seventh ranked Mountain Ridge, and ninth ranked American Fork. Two out of three of these games were won in three sets, showing that massive progress the Warriors have had in relation to last year.
BYU, Utah State, Weber State are in the NCAA volleyball tournament. Here's their draw
PROVO — Three teams from the state of Utah are in the 64-team field of the 2023 NCAA women's volleyball tournament, including No. 4 BYU, which will host the first two rounds of the tournament for the second time in three years. Names (and conferences) change, but the Cougars...
Weber’s game-tying goal lands her number one in this week’s Top 5 Plays
HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - Another week, another dose of Top 5 Plays!. See who made this weeks list of top plays.
Region 5 Boys basketball recap
The first week of boys basketball games are in the books, and teams are gearing up for the holiday tournament season. It’s time to look at how teams have fared to start the 2023-2024 season. Bonneville Lakers (1-1) Bonneville started their season on a positive note with a 60-35...
Montana State's Tyler Patterson named Big Sky co-player of the week
FARMINGTON, Utah – After notching consecutive 20-point games for the first time in his career, junior guard Tyler Patterson was named Big Sky Conference Co-Player of the Week, the league office announced on Tuesday. Across a pair of games against UC Riverside and Long Beach State, the native of...
Uintah Wrestling Coach Selected To Coach At Pan American Championships
The USA Wrestling Utah organization has put a spotlight on an amazing wrestling coach. who spends most of the year coaching the Uintah High School team. “Coach Candace. Triggas (Workman) has earned the honor to represent the United States and Utah in. Panama as a coach at the U15...
Confidence high for Farmington boys basketball team
Let the Fouling Begin: Braden Larsen, Farmington (white jersey) drives the lane getting the ball knocked loose by Viewmont’s Preston Weaver and Luke Gardner. Photos by Roger V. Tuttle. Like any team, the Farmington boys basketball team hopes to be playing for as long as possible this season. The...